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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on October 1st

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on October 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010

  • American family of note, the first child and second daughter of Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis.

2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on October 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

  • American twins, Nadya Suleman gave birth to octuplets. In vitro fertilization and implant were used to create the twins.


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on October 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on October 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Brie Larson

    Movie Actress

  • American domestic violence victim, Deborah Kucher and Deborah Kucher were both found dead at their Leicester, MA home on the 29th of July 1999. Deborah's boyfriend, who was living with her at the time, was later arrested and charged for both of their deaths. According to reports, he pleaded guilty for raping and sucking Cassie.


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on October 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on October 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • He is an Italian actor and producer. In 1994, he won the Italian Young Actors Award. He also owns his own production company. He is well-known in Italy as he was the principal role in "Farinelli" 1995. He also played roles in "Sostiene Pereira", 1995 with Marcello Mastroianni.

  • Soccer Player

  • Spanish footballer

  • American comedian and actor

  • American spokesmodel and model

  • Italian pro volleyball player, Gardini was a member of the Italian Men’s team that won the Bronze Medal at Atlanta Olympics on 8/04/1996. Gardini started playing volleyball in 1984/85 and made his debut with the Italian International team in 1988/90. He won the European Championship in 1989 with Sisley Treviso. Gardini won more than 20 championships in 200 games with …

  • German field hockey player

  • Vancouver, British Columbia -- NHL center (Vancouver Canucks)

  • French screenwriter and film director. Since 1997, he has directed nine films. His film "La Tourneuse de pages", which he directed, was shown in the section 'Un Certain Regard' at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival. His film "Demain dA's l’aube", three years later, was screened in the same section of the 2009 Cannes Film Festival.

  • American screenwriter and producer of actor actors

  • British comedian

  • Japanese manager and producer of songwriters

  • Panama -- Outfielder (NY Yanks, Cin Reds, Minn Twins)

  • American baseball player known as "Big Mac", who was a right-handed first baseman who played with the Oakland Athletics (1986aEUR") and St. Louis Cardinals (1997). Since 2010, he has been the St. Louis Cardinals' hitting coach.

  • Swiss race car driver

  • She is an American actress best known for her role on the soap opera "Guiding Light." She played Beth Raines in the soap opera from 1989 to 1991, and returned to the role in 1997. She is a fitness enthusiast and has produced two volumes of Kettlebell exercise videos. She also wrote "Lorelei’s Guiding Light", a book that was published …

  • Swiss race car driver

  • Vermont, USA; actress (Beth Spaulding-Guiding Light).

  • Esai Morales

    American actor makes his New York stage debut at 17. Morales, one of few Latin actors to break through Hollywood's barriers, won critical acclaim in "My Family" and was awarded the Los Angeles Drama Critics Award "Tamer of Horses."

  • English comedian

  • Thai manager and footballer (d. 2015).

  • Belgian coach and footballer

  • At 50, she was the first female general (brigadier), in the French national Gendarmerie.


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on October 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Senegalese actor, singer and politician

  • American stand-up comedian from the Midwest, known for his slapstick.

  • American poet and author

  • Manager and footballer from Wales

  • TJX Companies' American employee, Lisa, was killed in the accident that occurred on American Airlines Flight 11 as it crashed into New YorkaEUR(tm). Lisa graduated from Syracuse University in 1981 with a degree of merchandising. She then entered a Saks Fifth Avenue training program in New York. She was separated from her stepfather and mother, as well as her husband …

  • American professional basketball player. He played 16 seasons starting in 1981.

  • California, United States -- Actress (1 Million Heels BC).

  • Japanese producer and bass player (Dreams Come True).

  • English composer and painter of saxophon (Orchestral Manoeuvres In the Dark and Godot).

  • French politician and economist, he is also a member the French parliament. He was first elected in Tarn in 1993. He was reelected in 2002, and 2007. Since 1995, he is also Lavaur's mayor, a historic town near Toulouse. He is a member the Union for a Popular Movement.

  • Greek actor

  • Race horse trainer

  • Secretary of State for Home Department, English politician

  • French jazz musician (clarinet, saxophone) and composer.

  • Equestrian show jumping (1996 Olympics - Silver Medalist).

  • Estonian politician and engineer 15th Prime Minister of Estonia

  • Howard Hewett

    American pop singer, originally in the band "Shalamar", and then solo in the mid-eighties as his career soared. His romantic songs are his forte.

  • American tall buxom (5'8") actress, who was the third wife to 5'2" Dudley Moore. She was awarded a $250,000 settlement and $8,000 per month in alimony after their 1992 divorce.

  • Norwegian composer and pianist

  • German politician and member of the SPD (Social Democratic Party). He has been the Governing Bürgermeister of Berlin since 21 October 2001, when his party won a majority of the votes, 29.7%. In 2001/02, he was elected President of the Bundesrat (the fourth-highest office in Germany). In 2006, his SPD-led coalition was reelected. He and his party were the party …

  • American daughter of actress Esther Williams, and her second husband Ben Gage, actor/singer.

  • Salvadorian-American soccer player

  • American baseball player

  • English poet and comedian

  • Irish healer who uses touch to heal, and claims that it is because of the magnetic field interaction.

  • American professional astrologer, who started her studies in 1976 with Capel Mccutcheon after receiving a B.A. Drew University. Part-time practitioner 1979-1999; full-time since 1999. She passed her qualifying exam for Professional Astrologers Inc.'s 1984 certification and the Level II certification of NCGR in 2002. Janet is a teacher, writer, and has appeared in a variety of media including "Looking Up", …

  • French jazz clarinetist, arranger and saxophonist.

  • Czech singer-songwriter/guitarist (Abraxas), (d. 2012).

  • American baseball player (d. 2012).

  • Jeane Manson

    American singer, model, and actress living in France.

  • Randy Quaid

    American producer and actor

  • Italian neurosurgeon, who worked for ten-years without ever having passed any medical exams. He was awarded many medical awards and was highly competent. His patients and colleagues appreciated his professionalism as well as his humanity. He was found to not have any credentials on the 24th of December 1987 and was denounced for being a fraudster.

  • Russian astronaut and physician (d. 2015).

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on October 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • A New Zealand scientist, explorer, and yachtsman. He was a hero, role model, and the Whitbreak Round the World Race winner in 1989. In 1994, he won the Jules Verne Trophy and the Whitbreak Round the World Race. He sailed nonstop around the globe in a catamaran for 74 days, 22hrs, 17 minutes, and 22 seconds. After beating Prada 5-0, …

  • French laser researcher who specializes in their application and lasers.

  • American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Brownsville Station), (d. 2000).

  • American homicide victim. She was strangled and stabbed in her Garfield Heights, OH home on December 28, 1964. She was alone at the time. She was on Christmas vacation from Marymount High School, and was getting ready to go out with her girlfriend. Her friend arrived home and the radio was loudly playing. She thought she heard a thump upstairs. …

  • American baseball player. He was a left-handed pitcher for the Detroit Tigers in 1968.

  • American soldier and author

  • Poland -- Relay Sprinter (1964 Olympics-Gold Medalist)

  • English bandleader and composer of bass (Gateway).

  • Grace, Mississippi -- Middleweight boxer (1968 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)

  • Jean-Jacques Annaud

    French director and writer. His first film was an educational film for the army. He then moved to commercials and features. His TV commercials won awards for their cleverness. His films were centered on self-discovery, and untame places. He has a solid reputation.

  • American saxophonist, Sly & Family Stone Sex Machine

  • Rocker (Sly & Family Stone - Everyday People)

  • Canadian singer-songwriter (d. 2014)

  • French ex-racing driver who was also an engineer, was the last of the breed of Formula One drivers.

  • American singer (Peaches & Herb)

  • English scholar and bishop

  • French singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 1973).


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on October 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • American professional golfer. Archer turned professional in 1964. Archer has won 29 Tour victories and earned $6,985,385 as winnings over his 36-year professional career. Archer's career in professional golf was highlighted in 1969, when he won The Master's.

  • Len Cariou
  • Philip Cox: An Australian architect who designed many of Sydney's buildings, including the aquarium, football stadium and exhibition center.

  • American fashion designer, who presented her first collection in 1973. She amazed the fashion industry with designs that were more at home in an art gallery than in haute couture. Because her collection is made of vividly colored and hand-painted silks, it's instantly recognisable. She was fascinated by primitive art and incorporated African styles into her collection.

  • Astrologer and computer programmer from the Netherlands. Brouwer was a follower of Dane Rudhyar's humanistic astrology, and he gave lectures, conducted consultations, and wrote a book on Chiron. He also co-authored other books. He was 57 years old when he died on April 13, 1996.

  • Race horse trainer

  • American actress and director

  • Turkish screenwriter and producer of Turkish actors

  • Italian political aide and personal secretary to Bettino Craxi's right arm. She knew the location of all the bodies and all the secrets. She was arrested on February 17, 1993 in an inquiry into government corruption of the administration. She testified that millions of dollars she had received from the Socialists were for office petty money. She was sentenced to …

  • Japanese-American painter, and motorbike racer

  • Stella Stevens
  • Bayside Queens, New York -- Ballet dancer (NYC Ballet)

  • French psychoanalyst, who was involved with the French women's freedom movement. She was the leader in one of the original groups of French Women's Liberation. Later, she registered the trademark MLF under her name. Her position in feminist theory was fundamentalist and heavily influenced by psychoanalysis.

  • English footballer (Born 1936)

  • Julie Andrews

    British-American singer and actress with a four-octave range. When she was seven years old, her adult larynx was fully developed and she could consistently hit F above high-C. At 12, she made her debut touring the variety shows circuit with her family. At 18 she was chosen to be a Broadway star in "The Boy Friend". She had two hits …

  • American second-generation astrologer and metaphysician, who co-founded SWAC, a regional conference of astrologers. Its director from 1974-1985. In 1986, she was elected President of ISAR and in 1995, she was appointed Director of ISAR Archives.

  • American sculptor and drummer (The Druds), (d. 2013).

  • Greek actor

  • Norwegian man was convicted in 1958 of murder. He was released in 1974. He was sentenced to 16 years imprisonment before being released. He maintained his innocence throughout.

  • Spanish businessman and banker (d. 2014).

  • English producer and songwriter

  • American singer and guitarist of electric blues, Collins is also a noted American musician. Collins is remembered for his powerful playing, and his use of modified tunings and capo. He was a long-time associate with the Fender Telecaster, earning him the title of "Master Telecaster."

  • American merchandising marketer, CEO of Chemical Waste Management. Dempsey holds a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA. He enjoys playing golf at his leisure.

  • French clergyman, Bishop Emeritus de Coutances and Avranches.

  • Endocrinologist

  • General of Pakistan (d. 2013).

  • He is a French architect, but he states that he does not consider himself an architect. Instead, he describes himself as an inventor and artist who uses architecture as an artistic form.

  • Philippe Noiret

    French actor, both on TV and in film. He is skilled at comedy and drama. He made a film debut in "Gigi," 1948. His role in Louis Malle’s 1960 film "Zazie Dans Le Metro” established his reputation for being a great actor. Over 100 films were part of his 55-year film career, including the 1988 hit "Cinema Paradiso" as well …

  • A versatile Irish actor, he was the recipient of an Academy Award and Golden Globe Award. He also received a Grammy Award, critical acclaim, and the Queen Elizabeth II knighthood in June 1981.

  • French filmmaker, writer and film historian, Ceret, died 29 August 2008.

  • Australian race car driver and manager (d.2009)

  • Pakistani politician and lawyer Mayor of Karachi

1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on October 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • French TV host and entertainer. He created the "Bebete Show", a show featuring French entertainers.

  • American singer (The Robins), (d.2011)

  • Australian rugby player and coach

  • American singer-songwriter ("The Strangers") (d. 2006

  • George Peppard

    American actor and TV series star who appeared in 25 films. He is most famous for his roles in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" 1961 and "Carpetbaggers" 1964. His TV series' include "Bancek", 1972-1974, and "Doctor's Hospital," 1975-1976. The series that brought him the most fame was "A-Team," 1983-1987.

  • Lithuanian-born actor. Harvey was an actor who appeared on stage, in film, and in television productions throughout his career, primarily in the United Kingdom, and the United States. Harvey's 1959 performance in Room at the Top earned him worldwide fame and an Academy Award nomination. John Wayne produced The Alamo and Raymond Shaw, the brainwashed Raymond Shaw, followed his success …

  • Actor (Alamo, Romeo & Juliet)

  • Michigan, USA; actor (Banacek, A-Team, Blue Max).

  • Businessman

  • Jimmy Carter

    American politician and 39th President of United States, was sworn in on 1/20/1977. He served in the U.S. Navy 1946-1953 and then took over the family peanut company to become a leader in his community. He entered politics and was elected Governor of Georgia from 1971 to 1975. Carter was almost unknown in his native state at the time of …

  • American jurist, he was the 16th Chief Judge of the U.S. Supreme Court. He held this position from 1986 to his death on September 3, 2005. Rehnquist is a powerful figure who presided over many important cases, including the 1992 Roe v. Wade challenge, the 1999 impeachment trial against American President William Jefferson Clinton and the controversial 2000 presidential election …

  • American promoter and wrestler (d. 14).

  • American pianist (d.2011)

  • French official in football, President of the French Football Federation between 1972 and 1984.

  • French astrologer, author of over 50 books and a member of an Astrological family. His brother Armand (1906-1974) wrote about astrology, occultism and his daughter Anne, a published astrologer. At 14 years old, Andre started studying astrology with Armand. He was a great fan of the mundane. His extensive exploration of the planetary cycles placed him at the forefront of …

  • James Whitmore

    American actor who plays on film and stage. He is most well-known for his stage portrayals of famous people. His works include "Command Decision," which earned him a Tony Award, 1973, and "Will Rogers USA," 1973. He also starred in the films "Black Like Me," 1962, and "Give'Em hell, Harry" (film, play), 1974. He was also a part of three …

  • Walter Matthau

    American actor, best known for his role in The Odd Couple as Oscar Madison. He also collaborated with Jack Lemmon on many occasions. For his role in The Fortune Cookie, a 1966 Billy Wilder film, he won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.

  • USA; actor (Investigator for the People).

  • American author and historian (d. 2009).

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on October 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • French painter who was a communist since 1939. The British journal published a detailed obituary after his death, 10 September 1998.

  • Brazilian martial artist (d. 2009)

  • American producer and violinist

  • Brazilian martial artist (d. 2009)

  • She was an English mathematician and educator, researcher, and politico. In 1921, she became completely deaf after a viral infection at the age of 8. She lived a full life despite her condition. She was able to read lips and solve mathematical puzzles. Her teachers were unable to help her. Later, she wrote in her autobiography that mathematics was the …

  • American novelist. Knebel was the author of many popular works of political fiction. His death occurred on February 26, 1993.

  • American screenwriter and publisher of songwriters (d. 1994).

  • Estonian politician and lawyer 5th Prime Minister of Estonia in exile (d.2004).

  • French libertarian philosopher, nomad, pacifist, and environmentalist before his time, who often roamed the streets of Paris by bike.


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on October 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • American politician, lawyer, member and mayor of Los Angeles. After passing the California Bar exam in 1939, he began his private practice before moving into the State Assembly 1936-1940, 1949-1950 and 1949-1950. Elected Mayor of Los Angeles 1961-1973.

  • French essayist, dramatist, literary critic, French journalist. He was married once. He died on the 9th of January 1988.

  • NYC, New York -- Actor (Patsy, Citizen Kane, Enforcer)

  • Lincoln, Nebraska -- (Mayor-LA)

  • French fascist

  • The king of polkas, a Peruvian composer. 1925 was a memorable year in his life. He met Pinglo Felipe, a famous Peruvian composer, and began to learn the secrets of popular rhythms. After the tragic death of Pinglo Felipe on May 13, 1936, he wrote his first song, "Died Master". Then came more waltzes, which reminded of protests against social …

  • Danish composer and pianist (d. 1998).

  • (Senator-California).

  • Weston-Super-Mare (England) -- Actress (Project Moonbase).

  • Etréchy Writer

  • French essayist, literary, and art critic, journalist and one of the most prominent exponents for neofascism postaEUR"World War II Europe. BardA'che was also a prominent Holocaust denier and wrote extensively about the topic in his later years. BardA'che was also the brother in law of Robert Brasillach (who was executed shortly after liberation). He died 30 July 1998.

  • American silent film child actor from Belgium, born in America. He arrived in the United States shortly after his birth. He began his career in 1914 at age eight, in various films, including "The Town of Nazareth" starring Charlotte Burton. Cavens stopped acting after 1914. Over thirty years later, he returned to acting as an adult, playing Valvert, the nobleman …

  • Bangladeshi-Indian singer-songwriter (d. 1975)

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