List of celebrities and famous people who were born on June 1st
Famous birthdays on June 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102011
American sextuplets were born at 27.5 weeks gestation. Stacey, their mother, is a teacher who was hospitalized six weeks prior to the birth. Brendan, her father, and Stacey have a 16-month-old daughter. The weight of the sextuplets varied from 1 pound 12 ounce to 2 lbs 5 ounces. They are:
Famous birthdays on June 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002006
Famous birthdays on June 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901998
American television personalities John Tesh and Connie Selleca had a daughter named Tesh.
Russian fashion designer
Australian rugby player
Romanian hammer thrower
Japanese singer and actress with a Japanese voice
Swiss player in ice hockey
Famous birthdays on June 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American porn actress
Japanese pop singer
French singer-songwriter, Héloïse studied theatre in Lyon to become a stage director before moving to Paris (2010) and then London. She obtained an international and sudden success with her first album.
American basketball player
Italian fourth-born daughter of Romina power and Al Bano, both singers. Romina was the daughter of Tyrone Power, actor.
Miss Universe 2008 winner and beauty queen of Venezuela
New Zealand rugby player
American actor and singer-songwriter
American basketball player
Estonian motocross racer
Mongolian martial artist
Belgian tennis champion and player. She had won 41 singles WTA titles by the time she retired from professional tennis. She won a gold medal at the 2004 Olympics.
Belgian tennis player
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
Venezuelan-American baseball player
American basketball player
American radio DJ, TV host, comedian, and drummer. After Carson Daly had left MTV to host his late-night show, Total Request Live on NBC, he took over as host of Total Request Live.
Famous birthdays on June 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
American football player
Torrance, California -- Figure skater (1995 Pac Coast Sr Champ)
He is a French actor and won the Cesar award for most promising actor in 2014.
English coach and sprinter
Vancouver, British Columbia -- Gymnist (1996 Olympics)
Gottwaldov (Czechoslovakia) -- NHL left wing. (Buffalo Sabres).
Latvian javelin thrower
Canadian singer-songwriter and one of the most popular female singers in the 1990s. Her album "Jagged Little Pill", which sold almost 20 million copies, was a song that captured the anger and angst associated with adolescence. It earned her four Grammy's as well as a lot of praise and success. "Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie" was her second album and soared …
Belgian athlete was named Sportsman of the year and awarded an Award of Merit in 1995. He was the European swimming champion and set the first ever world record in the 100 m. breaststroke on 7/20/1996 at the Olympics preliminary round. He was the first Belgian winner of an Olympics Gold Medal in this category.
American baseball player
American ice hockey coach and player
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania -- Team handball wing (1996 Olympics)
Bolivian singer (d. 2013)
Phoenix, Arizona -- LPGA golfer (1995 State Farm Rail-3rd)
Fullback (Carolina Panthers)
Fullback (Pittsburgh Steelers)
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
Australian rower (1996) Olympics
Cuban-American singer and actor
Tourette's Syndrome is a rare condition that affects a Scottish male. It causes excessive nervous energy, which can cause involuntary twitches and jerks, jerks, sounds, curses, imitations or compulsions. Giles de la Tourette (a psychologist) first described it in 1885. In 1989, Davidson was featured on a BBC program.
English radio and television host
Dutch singer and model
American actor and director
NFL quarterback (Chicago Bears)
Famous birthdays on June 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Taiwanese singer and actress
Terence and Sue Donovan are the sons of an Australian actor, musician, and well-known family. His interest in singing and acting was encouraged as a child. He was a member for three years of the Australian Boy's Chorus and a student at Melba Conservatory. He was praised for his role in the TV soap Skyways after he auditioned in October …
French rower, winner of the Atlantic Olympics Bronze Medal in rowing coxless with Michel Andrieux 7/27/1996
London, England -- NHL goalie for the Chicago Blackhawks
American plane crash, he was killed on Pan Am Flight 103 that exploded above Scotland on 12/21/1988.
French professional tennis player (1986-192000), one of few players to have defeated Bjorn Borg. He won the Davis Cup in France with the French team, and was ranked 33 (individual), 1995 and the No. 1 player in the world. In 1999, he was the third-ranked doubles player.
WLAF WR (Frankfurt Galaxy).
Metz, France -- Tennis star (1991 Guaruja Doubles).
American producer and DJ
American football coach and player
Russian cross-country skier
English chess player and journalist
Portsmouth, Virginia -- Playmate for the year (Dec. 1987)
Ottawa, Ontario -- NHL center (Philadelphia Flyers)
American porn actress
American screenwriter and actor
Indian Poet and journalist
French boxer, of Italian descent, and brother to Franck (also boxers). He was awarded a bronze medal at 1984 Olympics Los Angeles. He was a professional and won the WBA Super Middleweight Title against Korean In-Chul Bek in 1990. He wrote "My descent into Hell" after being conned by Jean-Christophe CourrA'ges, his manager.
English drummer (The Smiths and Buzzcocks).
Scottish academic and physicist
Belgian football left fullback, who played mainly for Club Brugge (335 matches in Jupiler League). He played for SV Waregem and Gent as well as Cercle Brugge. Borkelmans was a member of the Belgium team at the 1994 and 1998 World Cups.
Sherman, Texas -- 4X400m hurdler (1984 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
American comedian and actress, best known for her role as "Stifler’s mom", which is a prominent part in American Pie films. Paulette is the manicurist in Legally Blonde (2001 and its sequel 2003); Hilary Duff's evil stepmother, in A Cinderella Story (2004); Aunt Fanny's voice in Robots (2005). She also appears in Christopher Guest's mockumentary films. Coolidge graduated from The …
Weston, Ontario -- NHL forward (Oilers, Penguins, Red Wings)
Swiss shot putter, bobsledder
Russian ice hockey coach and player (d. 2012).
Cypriot politician, 8th Cypriot minister of foreign affairs
Russian manager and footballer
Famous birthdays on June 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
British rock singer who plays the electronics and the synthesizer. Their hits include "Everything Counts" 1983, "Master and Servant", and "Blasphemous Rumors" 1984 and 1986. They are one of few survivors of the electronic bands that emerged in the 1980's.
Belgian athlete in judo (super-light category).
British race car driver and F1 TV commentator
English librarian and statistician
Mongolian politician and lawyer 3rd President of Mongolia
Journalist and political scientist from Israel-English
Belarusian triple jumper
Washington, DC -- Slalom Kayak (1996 Olympics - 7th place)
French actor and TV actor of Italian descent. He is best known as Dino in the 'Shirley et Dino’ duo.
Polish screenwriter and director
Polish film director
French trade unionist and former leader of the French union CFDT (French Democratic Confederation of Labour, or ConfA(c]dA(c]ration franASSaise dA[c]mocratique du Travail).
Texas, USA; singer/actress ("Tabitha", Knots Landing).
American singer and actress
German film producer who is, since 1992, a partner in Horst WendlandtaEUR (tm)'s Rialto Film Company. Her brother Matthias also runs KrA 1/4 mel Film, a short- and doco-film company.
American soap opera actor who appeared in three TV series
American journalist and Press Secretary for President George W. Bush, May 8, 2006.
Japanese grand champion sumo wrester, top ranking to the end of his career when he made an prestigious retirement. He achieved Yokozuna stars, and was as well honored by the Japanese government with a V.I.P. award 9/29/1989.
The 58th Yokozuna, a Japanese sumo wrestler
Boulder, Colorado -- NZ athelete (1996 Olympics)
English judge and lawyer
American homicide, known as the Son of Sam. New York was terrorized in 1976-1977.
American entrepreneur and race driver
Brooks and Dunn are an American country-western singer. They formed a duo of country rockers and rowdy, friendly pair in 1991. Their 1991 debut album, "Brand New Man", was multi-platinum and the most popular in country music. Kix Brooks was actually Leon Eric on 5/12/1956 in Shreveport (LA).
Florida, USA; actress (Corrine Soap).
Turkish manager and footballer
South African-English playwright and director
Romanian shot putter
French politician currently serving as a deputy at the French National Assembly for UMP.
Italian singer, guitarist, and composer. Stern magazine awarded him the title of best European guitar in the 1980s.
Baroness Young of Hornsey English actress, author
He is an American UFO expert and raw food vegan. From 1995 to 2003, he hosted a popular TV program in Tampa called "UFOs & Metaphysics."
British rock star and broadcaster, the singer who was best known for "Glad to Be Gay" later revealed that he was bisexual. He married a woman and had 2 children. Although his career was over by the 1980s, Tom Robinson was one of the most controversial punk-era artists on major labels. Robinson rose to fame after he began his career …
American screenwriter and author (d. 1999).
French journalist is assassinated by his own
American singer/bass player (Little River Band).
English politician and educator
Dutch Minister of Traffic (VVD).
Dublin, Ireland -- Actress (Wagner Story of Slipper & Rose).
Canadian politician and businessman
Colonel / Cosmonaut (Soyuz TM-10, TM-16)
Melbourne, Victoria -- Rock vocalist (Air Supply)
Famous birthdays on June 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Rock keyboardist / bassist (Triumph)
French Canadian Ice Hockey Player (d. 2006).
American race car driver and sportscaster
English academic and author
Welsh actor (Evita Brazil Praying Mantis, Brazil)
English guitarist (Rolling Stones).
McLaren Group was founded by an English businessman
California, USA; soprano.
Scottish actor. He is best known for his performances on TV and stage in the UK, but he has also been in a few films. Cox's first movie appearance was in the 1967 pop-culture comedy "Privilege". In 1971's "Nicholas and Alexandria," he played the role of Leon Trotsky. This was his first international recognition. He starred in Storey's film "In …
French researcher who specialized in atmospherics and climate and was the Chairman of the Centre national de la recherche scientifique, (CNRS), from 2000 to 2004.
American actresses and sopranos
Italian cyclist who won 1972's World Cycling Championship. He has participated in many Tour de France competitions. In 1978, he retired from professional racing.
French actress on stage and in film, best known for her role as "Madame Foldingue", in the TV Collaro program.
New Jersey, USA; mezzo-soprano (Die Zauberfli? 1/2 te).
Actress (Escape From Hell Island), dies on 28
Australian chef and author
American shot putter
Actress from Chinese-Hong Kong (d. 2008).
American mezzo-soprano opera singer. She was the first permanent member of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center's vocal section. She has received two Grand Prix du Disc awards: the Deutsche Schallplattenpreis and the Premio della Critica Discografica in Italy. Stereo Review and Opera News also awarded her "Best of The Year" citations for best classical vocal soloist. Ronald Reagan, …
England, United Kingdom -- Actor (Jigsaw Man, Shaka Zulu, Secrets)
English neurobiologist and academic
South African cricketer (d.2004)
English academic and economist
New York, USA: Concert pianist (1980 Avery Fisher Award).
Academic and physician from Pakistani-English.
Dutch musician; assistant Conductor in Amsterdam 1966. Permanent Conductor of Rotterdam Philharmonic 1967. Musical Director and Principal Conductor 1973-1979. Principal Guest Conductor, San Francisco Symphony 1975. Married 1974; two kids.
American baseball player. He was a pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Minnesota Twins, and the 1964 Cy Young Award winner. After 11 seasons playing for four teams, he retired from professional baseball in 1971.
Holland; conductor (Houston Opera-1976).
Russian astronomer and physicist
American actor, singer and director
French Catholic priest who was Bishop of La Rochelle & Saintes since 2006.
American physicist, Astronomer and Academic
Greek poet and actress (d. 1993).
Famous birthdays on June 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Actor in Blazing Saddles, dies at 53 from colon cancer
American actor, born at the age of 15 in 1954. He was still performing small roles in the 1980s. After 1969, he became a professional writer, first as a story editor for "Love, American Style" and then as the author of numerous TV shows, including "Eight is Enough," Kotter, "Route 22", and many others.
Oklahoma, USA; actor. Blazing Saddles, Toy Soldiers.
American television actor who played the role of Hill Street Blues in the series.
Pakistani poet and scholar (d.81)
He was an American actor who won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in 2005 for his role as Million Dollar Baby. He is a founder partner in Revelations Entertainment. He was awarded the Cecil B. DeMille Award by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association in January 2012.
Australian writer best known for "The Thorn Birds", 1977. This sprawling novel is both easy to read, and completely engrossing.
Singer and actress from Ireland
British mechanical engineer and CEO at Dexter. He is the first non-family CEO for seven generations. Walker will be focusing on specialty materials, doing things his own way and improving the company's image. He holds a G.I. He holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering. For his free time, he is a skilled downhill skier.
English animator and illustrator
Actor (Black Sunday, Permission to Kill, Cagliostro)
Foster and Partners was founded by Baron Foster of Thames Bank English architect
French socialist politician, publisher (founders of HB A%0ditions), essayist and biographer.
A Dutch engineer was arrested after 4.5kg of heroin was discovered in his luggage. He claimed that it was a plot by his rival businessman. He was sentenced to death, despite international pressure. He was hanged in Singapore at 6:30 pm on September 23, 1994.
American baseball player. Left-handed pitcher for the Washington Senators/Minnesota Twins (1959-1963), and the Cleveland Indians (1963-1967).
(Rep-R-Illinois, 1980- )
South Carolina, United States -- Evangelist Minister (Joy of Living).
United States -- Weightlifter (Olympics Silver 1960 / Bronze 1956)
American minister and television host (d. 2009)
American computer scientist and academic
American poet, translator, editor.
American actor and singer who sold 18,000,000 records before he turned 24. His films as an actor include "April Love," 1957, "Mardi Gras," 1948, and "Journey to the Center of the Earth," 60. In the 1950s, he had his own television show.
American actor, director and producer.
Flemish writer (Goldfish and Nardis).
London, England -- Actress (Asylum Moonraker, Shirley Valentine).
American criminal (d. 1981).
Dutch choreographer and ballet dancer who made her debut with Ballet Recital Group in 1953. She was a member of the Netherlands Ballet Dance Theatre between 1959-1970 and played many roles. From 1973-1975, Bye was the Austrian Dance Theatre's resident teacher and director of rehearsals. She and F. Flier (dancer and choreographer), returned to Europe in 1975.
American politician. He was a 12-term congressman. His story is the subject of "Charlie Wilson's War", a 2007 film. Wilson, a liberal representative from Texas, was very hawkish on foreign policy. He was first elected to Congress in 1973. His playboy lifestyle lasted most of his time in Washington earned him the nickname "Good Time Charlie". He was involved in …
American politician and lieutenant (d. 2010).
American social critic and historian (Born 1932).
Dutch writer (Dingen die niet Voorbijgaan)
Actor (Otis Campbell - Andy Griffith Show), died at 77
English actor and singer (d.2009)
American actor. He is best known for his role in the CBS sitcom "Murphy Brown", where he played the title bar owner Phil. On the television drama "Hill Street Blues", he played the role of Chief Coroner Wally Nydorf (1981aEUR)1987). He also had supporting roles in a variety of films, including "Night Shift", "Against All Odds", and "Mr. Destiny," (1990).
American geneticist and ecologist (d. 2016).
English philosopher and logician (d. 1966).
Famous birthdays on June 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Indian actress (d. 1981)
American academic and librarian
American financial accountant, business administrator, and CEO of C & S / Sovran banks institutions. Brown studied Business Administration and specialized in finance accounting in college. C & S merged with Sovran recently, acquiring assets of $50 billion (2001).
Belgian language teacher; astrologer, since 1949; meticulous data collector and researcher. He was director of astrological publications in French and Dutch, and Honorary President of the Belgian Federation of Astrologers.
British comedian, who was known for his one-line jokes and is now a member of Bob Hope's script writing team. Monkhouse was a star in the British comedy "Carry On". He divorced his first wife in 1971 and remarried in 1973. This marriage lasted until Monkhouse's death. He was awarded the OBE (Order of the British Empire) in 1993. Monkhouse, …
Canadian-American ice hockey player (d. 2014).
Odessa -- Cosmonaut (Soyuz 11)
Ukrainian astronaut and pilot (d. 1971).
Australian composer and actor (d. 2014).
Soviet cosmonaut (d. 1971)
France sport Champion
American actress, singer, model and actress. She was a prominent sex symbol and starred in many commercially successful motion pictures in the 1950s and 1960s. A nude calendar featuring her was published on 5/27/1949.
American actor, singer, and TV actor. Griffith brought his southern roots to his roles on stage, television and film. He was a huge success. In TV syndication reruns, his role as humorous Sheriff Andy Taylor on "The Andy Griffith Show" will live forever.
American politician and U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania, 1961-1969. He was elected Senator in 1969. He is a ranking minority member of Senate Labor-HEW subcommittee and Labor and Human Resources Committee. He has held public office since 1960.
American politician. He is considered the most powerful and arrogant member of U.S. House of Representatives by his colleagues. His first election was 2/19/1964. He was then re-elected by large votes. He was a loud speaker and was known for being a bully but was highly competent in his job.
North Carolina, USA; actor (Andy Griffith Show Matlock).
Venezuelan poet and educator
American gospel singer (d. 2009)
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (d.2011)
Oklahoma, USA; actor. (Stalag 17 Anything Goes).
American clergyman (d.2006)
British champion swimmer.
English academic and priest (d. 2013).
France sport Champion
American actress and former model. She was a blonde, wide-eyed beauty who played wholesome roles in light films of 1940s. TV also featured the series "My Favorite Husband" 1953-1955, and "Sally" 1957-1958.
A German Nazi military figure. He was a HauptsturmfA 1/4hrer (Chief storm leader/Captain) during World War II. The Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross was presented to him, which was an award that recognizes extreme battlefield bravery and successful military leadership during World War II. He was also the only man to receive the rare Close Combat Clasp In Gold. …
Swedish singer-songwriter/pianist (d. 2007).
Pakistan -- Field hockey player (1960 Olympics, Gold Medalist).
American arranger, composer, and conductor is often credited with "making" the careers such well-known singers as Frank Sinatra or Rosemary Clooney.
American actor and producer (d. 2005).
American business executive and President of Boise Cascade Corporation since 1956, according to a company's history (some sources give 1957). Harvard Business School graduate in 1947, he is widely credited with significantly expanding the company's reach and diversifying its product offerings after he assumed the helm. Time magazine published a December 20, 1963 issue reporting that the company had grown …
Famous birthdays on June 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Italy sport Champion
French soccer player.
American chemist and Nobel Prize laureate in academic Chemistry (d. 2012).
Nobel Prize laureate for American Chemist
Germany Military man
Germany Military man
NYC, New York -- Actor (King Kong, Lucan, Lucas Tanner, Angie)
James Bond was born in 1913, an English soldier who became the inspiration for him
British politician and journalist (Born 1913).
Austrian mountaineer, Cho Oyu's first ascent in 1954 (Born 1912).
Italian film historian, screenwriter, critic and director. He was a prolific writer on cinema and the author of a 1948 film lexicon. He was a teacher of the principles and theory of film theory.
Alabama, United States -- Actress
Famous birthdays on June 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Slovakian-born Israeli Philologist and Hebrew Linguist (d. 1971).
Polish/US violinist/conductor (Netherlands Chamber Orchestra).
Norwegian linguist (d. 1986)
American author (d. 1999)
Haumont Military man
Norwegian judge. He was a lawyer since 1935 and became a prosecutor at Oslo District Court in 1946. He was also involved in the legal purge of Norway following World War II. He was elected Supreme Court Justice in 1952. This position he held until 1978. He was also the leader of the Norwegian Association of Judges and co-founded and …
England, United Kingdom -- Inventor (jet engine)
The jet engine was developed by an engineer and soldier from England
Costa Rican writer, painter, and engraver. More than 500 of his works were awarded with important national and international awards. He is regarded as one of the most important Spanish artists of the 20th century in Costa Rica. His work depicts Costa Rican culture and society. He was awarded the National Prize of Culture Magon in 1970. The Legislative Assembly …
French actor in theatre, TV, and film. He died in Paris on November 11, 1971.
England, United Kingdom -- Actor. (Henry V: Around the World In 80 Days).
Norwegian academic and linguist (d. 1986).
Ukrainian-Canadian bishop, martyr (d. 1973).
Austrian theatre and film director. Due to the Machtergreifung in Germany, he fled Austria and settled in Switzerland.
French diplomat and first ambassador to the United Nations.
Italian royalty, the eldest child of King Victor Emmanuel III and Princess Elena of Montenegro and the sister to Umberto II. She married Giorgio Carlo Calvi (Count of Bergolo) on 9 April 1923 in Rome's Quirinal Palace. They had five children. She was 85 years old when she died in Rome on 16 October 1986.
Van Duren playwright (I Remember Mama).
Ambazac Military man