List of celebrities and famous people who were born on March 1st
Famous birthdays on March 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002001
English child actress
Famous birthdays on March 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
American political prodigy
Canadian singer and teenager heart-throb. His shaggy hair, which he combs forward towards his young face, his powerful voice, and songs that thrill young people have brought tears to the eyes of teen girls.
Japanese singer and actor
Famous birthdays on March 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American singer, songwriter, and guitarist. She was already performing on the circuit professionally at age 16. Herbie Hancock invited her to tour and perform with her in 2006, and she released her first album "Words Came Back To Me" that same year.
American baseball player
South Korean player
American notable family: The son of Priscilla (41), and her fiancA(c), writer/director Marco Garibaldi (32).
American singer-songwriter. Her mother, Patricia Rose "Pebe" Sebert, is a singer-songwriter who co-wrote the 1978 single "Old Flames Can't Hold a Candle to You" with Hugh Moffatt for Joe Sun. Pebe, a single mother, struggled financially while supporting herself, Kesha, and her older brother Lagan; they relied on welfare payments and food stamps to get by. Pebe moved the family …
Irish race horse (d.2014)
American racehorse (d. 2002)
Japanese rugby union player
American soccer player
South Korean archer
American football player
America's Next Top Model winner 4.
Australian rugby league footballer
Canadian baseball player
Indian Boxer is the World Champion
South Korean model and actress
Georgian-born German rugby player
American Ice Hockey Player.
Russian actress and ice dancer
French soccer player currently playing for Chennaiyin FC, the Indian Super League.
Lady Rose, the younger daughter of Duke and Duchess Gloucester, is in the line to succeed to the British Throne.
Canadian politician and lawyer (d. 2015).
Famous birthdays on March 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Guamanian television star
Japanese voice actress
Model and actress from Spain
American missing person, Lawrence, MA. Sixth-grader, who was at LaSalle Social Club with her mom on 9/11/1988, went to visit friends in the area. One of her mothers told her to return to her mom at LaSalle Social Club. She apparently was upset. She left the club shortly after, and she was soon back. Her body was discovered on nearby …
Model and actress from Spain
Pennsylvania; archer (Olympics-gold-1996).
American television news reporter
Australian rules footballer
Norwegian vibraphonist (Jaga Jazzist)
Coach and footballer from Italy
Miss Universe - Spain (1996)
Brazilian model and beauty, one of three identical triplets. Marilise, her sister, was born at 10:00 AM. Lilian was born at 10:15 AM. Semi-nude they appeared in Playboy magazine's Brazilian issue and in U.S. Playboy magazine in 1993. This pictorial review led to commercial work on TV.
Brazilian first child of identical, beautiful triplets. She was born at 10 :15 AM, and her sister Lilian at 10 :20 AM. Renata was born at 10 :20 AM. Semi-nude they appeared in Playboy magazine's Brazilian issue and in U.S. Playboy magazine in 1993. This pictorial review led to their participation in Brazilian TV commercials.
Brazilian model and beauty, one of three identical triplets. Marilise, her sister, was born at 10:00 AM. Renata was born 10:20 AM. Semi-nude they appeared in Playboy magazine's Brazilian issue and the U.S. Playboy issue, both pictorials that led to commercial work on TV.
Running back (Washington Redskins).
English actor, singer, and producer
NBA forward (Washington Bullets/Wizards)
Dutch producer and DJ (4 Strings).
American politician and academic
American athlete Hamilton is the first American to win 161-mile Liege Bastogne-Liege in France on April 27, 2003. He also won the Tour of Romandie in SwitzerlandaEUR(tm), in May 2003. Hamilton was fourth in the 2003 Tour de France, having suffered a broken collar bone at the end of Stage 1 on July 6, 2003. He was not in his …
Maracaibo, Venezuela -- Pitcher (Montreal Expos)
Canadian Football League back in action (Saskatchewan Roughriders).
American trainer and cyclist
Washington, DC -- 110m hurdler (1996 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
Massachusetts, USA; bicycle (Olympics 1996).
English conductor and composer of the piano
New Orleans Saints).
Georgia, USA; figure skater (1994, 1997 Eastern Sr champion).
Canadian Football League offensive linebacker (Hamilton Tiger Cats).
wide receiver (San Diego Chargers).
Iowa, USA; handball team wing/back court (Olympics 1996).
Australian baseball infielder (Olympics 1996).
American producer and director of author
Japanese actress and model
Famous birthdays on March 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Spanish actor. He won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in 2007 for his role as Anton Chigurh, a psychopath assassin. He also received critical acclaim for his roles in films like JamA3n and jamA3n. He played Raoul Silva, the antagonist in James Bond's 2012 movie Skyfall. For this role, he was nominated for a BAFTA nomination and a …
NBA guard (Toronto Raptors).
Virginia, USA; pitcher (San Francisco Giants).
Welsh drummer (Super Furry Animals).
Wyoming, USA. 136.5 pounds for a Greco-Roman wrestler (Olympics 1996).
Norwegian drummer (Close Erase)
Indian actor and cricketer
Italian actor, director, and teacher of theatre.
Two-time world champion mountain climber and multiple times champion of France, Frenchman Nicolas Hulot. Nicolas Hulot, a French ecologist, is married (and divorced).
Surnamese / Dutch soccer star (Ajax, Lazio)
Canadian speed skater
French novelist and writer. Widely known for his "Nothing holds back" motto.
Paulette Cooper's book, "The 100 Top Psychoics in America", featured an American psychic as the youngest member of the collection. Stacey Wolf's psychic living was her first book, and she is known as "generation X". She is a beautiful blonde with slicked-back hair and has been featured on numerous TV shows, including an interview with Barbara Walters. Her first book …
American management consultant for Emergence Consulting. Hennessey was on his way to establish information technology systems for a client when he was struck by American Airlines Flight No.11, which crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center. Harvard University was where Hennessey was active in the Hasty Pudding Theater and the band. After graduating from Harvard, he attended …
California, USA; pitcher (Colorado Rockies).
Actor (1776 Sweet Country, Day After).
Defensive end (Carolina Panthers).
French soccer/football manager, and former player for the French national football team (1993aEUR"1995). He is currently the manager of Oman's national football team.
Italian men's team epee fencing, which placed with a Gold Medal against France 9/19/2000 at The Australian Olympics. They narrowly defeated France 39 to 38 with the help of Paolo Milanoli and his team mates Angelo Mazzone, Paolo Milanoli, and Alfredo Rota.
American fiddler and singer-songwriter
Tennessee, USA; singer (McCarter - "The Gift").
American television actor. He has appeared in shows such as "Law & Order", “No Reservations” and "Rescue Me".
Actor (Sonny Corinthos - General Hospital).
Canadian ice hockey manager and player
Massachusetts, USA; field hockey player (Olympics 1996).
Venezuela; pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays).
Sweden; NHL defenseman (Florida Panthers).
California, USA; actor.
American drummer (Skid row)
German singer, composer, record producer. Anders was the lead vocalist of Germany's pop-duo Modern Talking, in 1984aEUR-1987 and 1998aEUR2003.
New York, USA: Rock drummer (Skid Row - Psycho Love).
Ontario, Canada; NHL Center (Pittsburgh Penguins and Team Canada).
Soccer player (SC Heerenveen).
American record producer and musician
American porn model and actress
American baseball coach and player
American producer and bass player (Gin Blossoms).
California, USA; pitcher (San Francisco Giants).
New Zealand sailor
Illinois, USA; Country singer.
Houston Texans, Atlanta Falcons
English TV host and author
American suicide case. He was troubled since childhood. He was an actor aspirant and moved to Hollywood in 1985. The following year, he began a turbulent relationship with Lynn Rodden. He became more unstable in September 1990. After moving out of the apartment of his girl friend, he had a nervous breakdown. He missed work, made erratic calls, and threatened …
English musician (Whitehouse)
Famous birthdays on March 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
French actress, singer and Eurasian fashion model.
Swiss balloonist and psychiatrist. His grandfather was also an undersea explorer and his father was a balloonist. He is best known for inventing and using the Solar Impulse to propel an aircraft.
English producer and guitarist of singer-songwriters
DC, USA; vocalist (Starland Vocal Band-"Afternoon Delight")
New York, USA. Actor (Joe – Wings, Almost Grown. Diner, Made in Heaven).
American producer and director of actor
American doctor who was victim to domestic abuse by her husband. He was killed in Barnstable, MA on April 8, 2007, just after noon. However, prosecutors dropped all charges against her on August 17, 2007.
Brazilian consultant and astrologer. He deals with the spiritual and karmic aspects. He was a professor at the first South American astrological college, which is not yet accredited by government. His primary interest is data collection.
Virginia, USA; singer (Statler Brothers-Class of'57).
Italian comedian, television presenter, and footballer.
American child actor, director, writer, and producer. Howard was awarded the DirectoraEUR(tm), Guild of America's Best Director Award for Apollo 13. The film has grossed more than $335,000,000 worldwide, and Howard was nominated to nine Academy Awards and four Golden Globe Awards. It also won two Academy Awards for Best Film Editing as well as Best Sound. Apollo 13 was …
American singer and mezzo-soprano, Hunt Lieberson. Hunt Lieberson, her married name, preferred to work with small companies that shared her passion for experimentation. Only two times did she make an appearance at the Metropolitan Opera Company in New York City. One was in 1999 as aEURoeThe Great Gatsby. The second was in 2003 when she performed the role of Dido …
Ohio, USA; actress (Daisy Duke-The Dukes of Hazzard).
California, USA; singer (Sweethearts Of Rodeo - Midnight Girl).
American child sex abuser. Sentenced to a sentence of 30-40 years in prison. All appeals were denied. In 1986, he was convicted along with his sister Cheryl Amirault LeFave (29), and Violet (65), of the rape, and abuse of 13 children who attended Fells Acre School. Violet Amirault, their mother, was also accused. The children gave testimony at the shocking …
German ice-skater who won the gold medal at the 1972 Olympic Games.
Estonian academic and psychologist
American kidnapper and ex-policeman, Susan Foster Kropowenski, was able to abduct his ex-wife. They had been married for 14 years, before they split in March 1991. The couple divorced in January 1992.
Portuguese manager and footballer
Turkish producer and director of actor
Indian politician and actor
American actress, seen in small film roles. She also appeared in a popular TV series called "The Dukes of Hazard," where she was a voluptuous backwoods girls. After "Dukes" ended in 1985, she concentrated her efforts on theater and feature film. However, she only worked occasionally because of her typecasting as an sex-babe in shorts.
Oklahoma, USA; actor/director
American basketball coach and player
Northern Irish manager and footballer
Australian rules footballer and coach
French TV screenwriter, French photographer.
American physician and explorer (d.2009)
British Columbia, Canada; PGA golfer (Atlanta Golf Classic).
Indonesian producer and actor
Montana, USA; LPGA golfer (1995 Rochester International-5th).
American screenwriter and author
German terrorist and a member West Germany's Red Army Faction. Her bloody campaign between 1970-1978 claimed more than 20 lives. She was accused of participating in the 1977 murders of Jurgen Ponto (chairman of Dresdner Bank) and Hanns Martin Schleyer (East-German Minister for the Interior). She was taken into custody by police on 6/06/90.
Russian-American KGB agent (d. 1973).
Talk show hostess (Show)
Famous birthdays on March 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American professional astrologer and operator of "Starcycles" in San Francisco. She is a dynamic professional who has been in full-time practice since the mid-'70s. She co-authored "Financial Astrology: The 1990s."
Dutch guitarist / singer / mandolin player (Fungus)
French politician and member of the National Assembly of France. He is a representative of Oise and a member the Union for a Popular Movement.
American scriptwriter who wrote many TV shows that were filmed in Hollywood, CA. In late 1978, she sold her first TV script and was a highly successful freelancer as well as on staff. She was the creator of "Days of Our Lives," Flamingo Road, "Family," "Knotts landing," and many other shows.
singer ("You Are My Starship").
Jamaican singer and musician
Canadian-American TV host, comedian, actor on sitcoms, comedy writer, and musician. He is best known for his role as a talk-show host on "Hope and Gloria" and the seven-season series "Growing Pains," where he played the part of Jason Seaver, an affable father. He hosted a talk program called "Thicke Of The Night."
Canadian singer, song-writer and leader singer of Offenbach, a major Quebec rock band. Their English-language album "Never Too Tender" was released. Boulet went solo after the breakup of the group and saw a revival in interest in his music in the early 1990s. After a four-year battle against cancer, he died in Montreal, Canada on July 18, 1990.
American producer and actress
American football player
California, USA; actress ("Diamonds are Forever")
American actor, most famous for his role in "Battlestar Galactica" (1978) and "The A-Team" (TV series), along with guest roles in other TV series. His most notable accomplishment is his struggle to make his story public in his book "Kamikaze Cowboy," which details his journey with cancer and a macrobiotic diet.
[Winston Rodney] - Jamaican reggae singer.
British actor, singer, and musician. Daltry was a member "The Who", considered by many to be the greatest Rock and Roll band of all time. Roger joined John Entwistle, Pete Townsend and the "The Detours", in 1962. In spring 1964, he added Keith Moon and changed their name to "The Who." Daltry, who left behind his guitar, used his energy …
American politician and lawyer
American film producer and screenwriter
English singer-songwriter Manfred Mann and A Band of Angels
7th Chief Minister of West Bengal
London, England; rocker/actor/producer (The Who - "Tommy").
Helena, Montana -- Actor (A-Team, Battlestar Galactica)
England; set designer (Royal Shakespeare Company).
French theater impresario and founder director of the first theater festival in France, Chateauvallon theatre, was inaugurated 15 July 1965. It became a political football. The war was between National Front (extremely right) mayors, and an artist. They claimed that Paquet had used the theatre festival to propagandize against their ideals, principles, and fired him. (This case was first reported …
Italian equestrian, winner of gold medals in the Tokyo Olympics 1964.
Japanese actor and comedian
Manager and footballer from Spain
German Democratic Republic luge (Olympics-gold-1972).
Russian-German physicist and astronomer
American academic and physicist
Japanese gymnast and coach
Mt Elgon, Kenya -- 3K steeplechase (1972 Olympics - Silver Medalist)
American singer (Blood Sweat & Tears)
American film producer
Sweat and Tears).
American soldier, 15th Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff
Pennsylvania, USA; astronaut
American poet and academic
American basketball coach and executive
South Korean actor
La Rochefoucauld Journalist
Show jumping (world champion-1970).
Washington, USA: rocker (Oregon Weather Report).
American artist, sculptor, and author
French journalist and media executive. He was vice president/director at TF1 between 1987 and 2007. From 2008 to 2012, he was Le Figaro's managing editor. He is now Radio Classique's Managing Director since 12/12/12 2012.
Famous birthdays on March 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Manager and wrestler from Iraq
Cuban composer and conductor of guitar
Japanese royalty, the youngest of seven children born to Emperor Hirohito and his wife. On March 3, 1960, she married Hisanaga Shimazu.
Romanian-Moldovan composer, conductor
Bronx, New York -- Actor ("Days of our Lives")
New York, USA. Actor (Days of Our Lives C C - Santa Barbara).
French writer and talk-show host. Provocative figure on France's intellectual scene for decades. Although he is the author and editor of many critically-acclaimed novels, he is best known for his television talk shows where he interviews authors and other intellectuals. He was a provocative and flamboyant personality. He would throw books across the room, tear them apart, chew them, or …
Vice-admiral French naval officer
American actor, seen more on TV than film with the series "Hawaiian Eye," The Wild, Wild West, and "The D.A." "The Duke" and "Young Dillinger." He is best known for his films "Young Dillinger," 1965 and "Sudden Death," 1978.
Author (Looking for Mr Goodbar).
Illinois, USA; actor.
Belgian painter, sculptor (d. 2005).
At 17 years old, Scavullo was the first to discover an American actress. She was a top-reviewed model for cover girls and her success led to several films, including "The Troup", "Support Your Local Sheriff" as well as a leading role in "One Trick Pony."
J J] Roosen-van Pelt; Dutch second Chamber member (CDA).
New York, USA. Actress (Will Penny One Stone Pony).
Arkansas, USA. Country singer (Nashville on the Road).
British record producer
politician/commissioner (Los Angeles Board of Public works).
New York, United States -- Actress. (Will Penny One Stone Pony).
American Astrologer, who was the mother of triplets
Italian soccer player. He passed away on March 2, 1997.
Italian politician and bank executive. Berlusconi was succeeded by Lamberto as Premier and President of Council of Ministers in June 1995. He began his career in 1959 as an economist at the International Monetary Fund. From 1976 to 1982, he was a member the executive committee that was elected by Italy Portugal, Greece and Malta. He was also the Director …
Italian cyclist (Born 1930).
RPG Group was founded by an Indian businessman (d. 2013).
Famous birthdays on March 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Author and journalist from Bulgaria (d. 1978).
French filmmaker, controversial French director of French new wave. His few unorthodox films have fascinated many critics while enthralling others. He was a former staff critic, and a cameraman for short documentaries. His first feature, "Paris Belongs to Us", came out in 1960. His films are often free from the conventions of cinematography and can last up to four hours. …
French editor and manager of "Quotidien de Paris", among other publications.
Italian boxer who was a bantamweight and won the silver medal at the 1948 Olympics.
South African mathematician
American CEO of Avery, a company that manufactures office supplies products. Miller holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business and is interested in marketing, merchandising, and manufacturing.
Italy sport Champion
American singer and actor, who is also a recording artist. He has been a worldwide showbiz star since 1950. His repertoire includes folk and ethnic songs. His shows were always a huge hit and sold out. His films include "Uptown Saturday Night" (1947) and he won a TV Emmy in 1960 for Top Musical Performance.
French actress on stage and film, best-known for her roles in Louis De FunA's "Gendarme", especially "The Troops of St.Tropez
American educator and astronomer. He lectured at Griffith Observatory, 1953-60. He was also a UCLA faculty member from 1956 to 1967, and Professor of Astronomy from 1967. He was also Chairman of the Department 1968-1975. His articles have been published in professional journals as well as the book "Exploration of the Universe".
American lawyer, judge, and former Attorney General of the United States from 1973 to 1974. He is the author of many books, including "Slouching Toward Gomorrah" 1996 and "The Tempting of America," 1989 which were bestsellers.
New York City, New York USA; calypso performer (Buck and the Preacher).
American sports publicist for USF. He was the Los Angeles Rams publicist until 1957. His salary was over $200,000 per year, and he was appointed Commissioner of the NFL 1/26/1960. Rozelle was the NFL's Commissioner for 29 years. He oversaw the merger of the league with the AFL and the creation the Super Bowl in 1967. He was both balding …
American film and television actor (Born in 1926)
French-American author and actor
Canadian ice hockey coach and player (d. 2013).
Spartanburg (South Carolina) -- Third baseman (AL MVP 1953). / New York Yankee President
South Carolina, USA. Third baseman (American League Most Valuable Player 53), New York Yankees' president.
American astronaut who flew Apollo 18 on 7/15/1975, the mission that saw the first space meeting between the U.S.S.R. and the U.S.A. In 4/1943, he joined the Air Force as a fighter pilot and test pilot. He was among the seven original people selected to fly a mission on the Moon in 4/1959. Ironically, he was also the first and …
Belgian music hall, cabaret and TV host.
American screenwriter and author (d. 2007).
Wisconsin, USA; Major US Air Force/astronaut (Apollo 18).
Sparta Military man
Born in Rhodesia as a British politician, he was elected Member of Parliament at the General Election on 6/11/1987. He died May 31, 2000 in Stratford-on-Avon, age 77.
Hungarian writer and editor (d.1999)
Ceylon -- 400m hurdler (1948 Olympics - Silver Medalist)
Israeli politician and military man; served as the Israeli army chief of staff 1963-68, Ambassador to Washington 1969-1972, and Prime Minister 1974-1977, filling in the gap left by Golda Meir's resignation. He was primarily in exile for 15 years. From 1984 to 1990, he was defense secretary in the Labor-Likud coalition until being re-elected in 1992.
American publisher (d. 1992).
Gaines Publisher (MAD Magazine).
1992-1995, Nobel Prize 1994
American race car driver and lawyer (d.2008)
American cardinal archbishop (Born in 1921)
Film director (Great Gatsby and Something Wicked This Way Comes).
Walking to Sleep).
American-born Australian businessman and philanthropist. Myer was the eldest child of a wealthy merchant family that owned Melbourne's Myer's Department Store. While his father built a retail empire, he enjoyed a happy childhood. His father died in 1934 while Kenneth was just 13. Sidney was a successful businessman as well as philanthropist and had left a lasting impression on Australian …
American poet and academic
Baseball announcer (Chicago Cubs).
United States -- 3rd US poet laureate / Novelist (Blue Swallows)
France sport Champion
Canadian ice hockey player (Born in 1920)
Famous birthdays on March 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101918
American politician and educator (d. 1988).
President of Brazil (d. 1976).
American politician (d. 1988)
London, England -- Actor (Agent8 3 / 4 Hot Enought June)
Brazilian politician and lawyer 24th President of Brazil (d.76)
American baseball pitcher, and a Major League pitcher. His father, Rankin Jr., was also a Major League pitcher. He passed away in Williamsport on February 11, 2006.
US Poet/pacifist (Near The Ocean), dies at sixty
American socialite, Greta Garbo's psychiatrist's daughter and the stepdaughter a Sears Roebuck Heiress who was a wealthy painter/photographer.
Australian public servant
French actor who died in Ris (Essonne), France, 17 February 1983.
American critic and author (d. 1994).
Shadow and Cast).
Gumede South African African National Congress member/chairman, (UDF).
Puerto Rican writer, educator, and athlete, he served in the US Armed Forces during World War II. He was promoted to the rank of second lieutenant. He moved to Louisiana in 1931 to study agronomy, and began boxing in the welterweight division. The OAS used his "Treaty of Physical Education and Athletics Sports", one of many books he wrote. He …
American writer (d. 1994).
Photogrpaher / collector
Polish-Russian academic and engineer (d. 2011).
Canadian archbishop (d. 2003)
Italy sport Champion
English-Swiss producer and actor (d. 1983).
English chemist and Nobel Prize laureate in academic chemistry (d. 2002).
Puerto Rican actress and dancer who appeared in numerous films during the Golden Age Mexican cinema.
Famous birthdays on March 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
British-American medium and psychic who provided private readings for Hollywood clients. James Crenshaw, journalist and author of "Telephone Between Worlds", married her.
American composer (d. 1978).
English pilot and lieutenant (d. 1942).
Eye of the Devil
American homemaker, married on 10/03/1930 to Don; one daughter.
He was a popular English actor and novelist, both in Europe and the United States. His roles include Squadron Leader Peter Carter in A Matter of Life and Death; Phileas Fogg in Around the World in 80 Days; and Sir Charles Lytton (a.k.a. The Pink Panther's "the Phantom" For his performance in Separate Tables (1958), he was presented with the …
England, United Kingdom -- Actor. (Case Thomas Johnny Ringo).
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania -- Actress (Mom Waterfront)
American ghost-buster, author and psychic. In 1996, she published "True Hauntings - Spirits With a Purpose".
Vietnamese politician and lieutenant, 2nd Prime Minister Vietnam (d.2000)
North Vietnamese politician (d. 2000)
Montjaux Military man
French shot putter.
Flemish writer / Novelist/writer (Stroom).
Welsh-English actress, singer, and dancer (d.2000)
American trombonist and leader of big bands, he is best known for his popular swing-era hits "In The Mood", and "Chattanooga Choo Choo", as well as "Pennsylvania 6-5000".
French hockey player.
San Francisco, California -- Actor (Bert-Petticoat Junction)
American-born Mexican muralist painter (d. 1983)
Iowa, United States -- Jazz Cornetist (In A Mist)
American artist and teacher, she was a fiery woman whose career spans most of the 20th Century.