List of celebrities and famous people who were born on April 2nd
Famous birthdays on April 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102010
French-born child of well-known parents. Her parents are Olympic-medal winner swimmers Frederic Bousquet (left) and Laure Manaudou (right).
Famous birthdays on April 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002008
American family noted, the son Randi Beamer (news anchor) and Ursala Parai (news anchor). Jackson's mother had preeclampsia, which is high blood pressure. However, both Jackson and his mom are fine. His father has two daughters from a previous marriage.
Famous birthdays on April 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Algerian footballer (d. 2013)
Trinidadian javelin thrower
American actress (d. 2012).
Guatemalan tennis player
Australian rugby player
Jr., American rapper
Famous birthdays on April 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Indian martial artist
Filipina model and actress
American porn actress
He is a Swiss Olympic athlete and ice skater.
Swiss figure skater
New Zealand singer and actress
Canadian model and actress
French criminal accomplice, Karine Schaaff, was convicted of being complicit in the rape, murder, and incineration on 22 July 2001 in Bitche (France) He was sentenced to 30 years imprisonment. She was sentenced for three years for "destruction" of evidence. She was convicted of helping to cremate the victim's body and erasing traces of rape.
At 49 years old, drummer (Byrds) dies from liver failure.
Lenz; American singer and actress.
Canadian screenwriter and director
American race car driver (d.2004)
Famous birthdays on April 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
American musician (Maroon 5).
German businessman of Turkish descent who founded the Kassel-based MEG company in April 2003. Aragon AG bought the company in 2009 and quickly began insolvency proceedings.
Belgian TV journalist who has been working for RTL TVI since 1999.
American producer and director of actor
American producer and actor
German-Irish actor, born to a German mother and a German dad. In 1979, the family moved to Ireland. He is most well-known for his roles as Lieutenant Archie Hicox, Magneto, and David in the sci-fi film Prometheus (2012).
French athlete, Martiniquais descent, 400m runner. He won two gold medals in the European championships 2006 (individual, relay) and two medals in the 2003 World championships Paris: bronze individual, and gold relay. Personal best: 44.79 seconds.
He was a French breaststroke swimmer who represented France at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. At the 1998 World Aquatics Championships, Perth, Australia, he won the silver medal in 200m breaststroke for men.
After winning the world title, he was ranked NAdeg1 as a French squash player.
South African golfer
American singer and actor
American basketball player
American actor and skateboarder (d. 2006).
Former player and Turkish football manager
Swedish singer (Broder Daniel)
Puerto Rican model, singer and actress
Puerto Rican actress and singer-songwriter producer
German actress, author and television personality.
American hurdler and sprinter
Indian dancer and choreographer
Winnipeg, Manitoba -- 1.5k runner (1992, 96 Olympics - 9th Place)
Australian tennis player and sportscaster
German comedian and television host
Japanese rapper (King Giddra)
Japanese hip hop artist
NFL Guard / Tactile (New York Giants).
Iowa, USA; pitcher (Pittsburgh Pirates).
Ontario, Canada; figure skater (1995 Canadian-second).
WNBA guard (Utah Starzz).
Famous birthdays on April 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
[Yuji]; wrestler (NJPW).
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Smashmouth)
American screenwriter and actress
American guitarist and songwriter (Machine Head & Vio-lence).
American DJ and producer (Gravediggaz Stetsasonic and Handsome Boy Modeling School)
British television presenter
American football player. He is a linebacker for Denver Broncos. Romanowski, a superior player, was selected to the Pro Bowl in both 1996 and 1998. Romanowski was a member the San Francisco 49ers between 1988-1993 and played in four NFC championships in five years. The SuperBowl was won by the 49ers in 1988 and 1989. Romanowski's efforts were undoubtedly instrumental …
Brazilian musician, a rocker, and the son in a noted family of politicians, Marta e Eduardo Suplicy.
NFL wide reciever (Denver Broncos - Super Bowl 32)
NHL forward (Belarus, Olympics - 1998)
Jamaican singer (d. 1994)
Denver Broncos-Superbowl 32).
English coach and footballer
American news figures were captured by a citizen after he was brutally beat and stopped by police in Los Angeles as a motorist. Famous video-camera shot 12:53:53 (00.54 AM) 3/03/1991, shocking documentary that was shared worldwide. King suffered nine skull fractures, an eye socket injury, broken bones, and nerve damage. The public protested and demanded that Police Chief Gates resign. …
American baseball coach and player
California, USA; outfielder (Philadelphia Phillies).
American activist and model author
American screenwriter and animator of voice actors
American actor best known for his roles as "Iron Man", Thor, and "The Avengers" in Marvel Comics movies.
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
American children's author
NFL tackle/guard (Cincinnati Bengals).
French producer and director
Florida, USA; Country singer (Billy the Kid).
American film and television actor. He is a ruggedly handsome, French-Canadian-Canadian-Italian-Canadian-born man with a strong family. Meloni starred in 183 episodes between 1999 and 2006. His character, detective Elliot Stabler, was a fiercely protective sex-crime detective who fantasizes about aEURoegetting awayaEUR and murdering some criminals. In 2006, he received his first Emmy nomination for the contract role.
English singer-songwriter (Bananarama)
Dutch soccer player (Go Ahead Eagles).
England; rock vocalist (Bananarama - "Venus").
French TV host on TF1 private channel. She started as a national announcer.
South Korean actress
St. Andrews, Jamaica -- 4x100m runner (1992 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Driver of a race car in Australia
Famous birthdays on April 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Italian athlete who won an Olympic Gold Medal in the Track and Field Marathon in Stockton, CA, on 8/30/1986. He was a clerk after he received a diploma for surveying. He continued to run and began running marathons in 1976. He began competing in European races in 1985, and he placed in European Championships starting in 1986. His first victory …
American swimmer who set two world records. He won two 1976 Olympic gold medals and two 1979 Pan-American Games silver medals. He also won nine National Championships and nine National Collegiate Athletic Association titles.
French producer and director
American screenwriter and actor
Manager and footballer from Morocco
Australian baseball pitching coach (Olympics 1996).
Florida, USA; singer (Pirates of the Mississippi- Fred Jake).
Finnish race car driver
American screenwriter and producer of director films
New York, USA; 5000m runner.
Manager and footballer from Morrocan
American kidnap victim. He took her hostage on February 6, 1992, after he killed Brockton, MA, and shot and killed her mother. He drove his car into Gertrude Manion's body and then fled the scene, with Donna.
French politician, French-Lebanese descendant. He was Minister for Industry, Energy and Digital Economy under Christine Lagarde, Minister of Economy, Finance and Industry. Prior to that, he was Minister for Immigration, Integration, National Identity and Mutually-Supportive Development within the FranASSois Fillon government.
Italian rugby player
American basketball coach and player
French Catholic priest, Bishop of Saint-Denis. He was previously an auxiliary bishop in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese Lille.
English academic and biologist
Italian actress and sister to folk singer Teresa De Sio
French architect, known for his eco-friendly buildings. Financial Times called him "The Hero of Green Architecture" for his tower-flower.
French homicide: He killed his victim with help from the woman; 1/06/1985.
American actor and director
Japanese singer-songwriter (P-Model)
American producer and singer-songwriter
Connecticut, USA; actor.
American actress, whose films include "American Graffiti," the "The Candidate" and "Dirty Harry." Her TV shows include guest spots on "Lisa," Bright and Dark, "Welcome Back Kotter" and "Star Games."
New Jersey, USA; actress (Cathy – Mary Hartman, Angie).
Northern Irish politician and lawyer
American playwright and author
French comedian, humorist, and impersonator. He won an amateur contest in 1968 and within 15 months, he was performing on stage as a professional entertainer. He appeared onstage with Claude Francois (q.v.). His international tours were well received by his audience. On November 13, 1986, he died from AIDS. His sister Martine published a biography in 2013 entitled "Life is …
American bass player and songwriter Lynyrd Skynyrd (d. 2001).
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma -- Soling yachter (1996 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
Manitoba, Canada; Canadian Tour Golfer (1985 World Cup).
English race car driver (d. 2002)
French politician, member of the National Assembly of France, former 'rapporteur'. He is currently vice-president and prominent member of its Finance Commission. He is a member the New Centre and represents Marne. He opposes marriage between persons of the same sex, and close body searches at airport security.
American musician who was 22 years old and went on the road with Chambers Brothers. Since then, he has managed several groups, played with top bands and been a session recording artist. He is goal-oriented and pursues what he wants. He was married on the 13th of October 1974.
Japanese martial artist
Japan; LPGA golfer (1990 Sara Lee).
French freestyle swimmer, who won two medals at both the 1966 and 1974 European Aquatics Championships. She was also a participant in the 1968 and 1972 Summer Olympics, with her best performance being sixth in the 200m freestyle in 1968.
Famous birthdays on April 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American-English television and radio host
American actor (d. 2012).
American journalist and author
French architect who studied interior design at Paris' Camondo school of interior designing and then established his own agency in Paris two years later in 1975.
Danish illustrator and author
Greek singer (d. 2012)
United States -- Sci-fi author (2 Hugos, Dune)
Astronomer / educator
rocker (Gentle Giant).
American scholar, speaker, iconoclast and writer. She is also a neo-pagan who is well-known for her anti-feminist backlash. Some say she has a Napoleon Complex. She is also one of the most controversial and colorful writers of the '80s to '90s intelligence. While she taught English for twenty years, she received rejection slips throughout the '70s. She shares her thoughts …
American singer, guitarist, and singer of rockabilly and country music. She was a nine-time Grammy nominee in mixed categories and was voted Vocalist of Year by the Country Music Association. She was twice a winner of Nashville Music Award, a winner of the Nashville SymphonyaEUR (tm)s Harmony Award, and inducted into the Grand Old Opry. Harris is a pioneering musician …
World Music Singer
New York, USA. Actress (Female Misbehavior It's Pat).
Alabama, USA; Country singer (Together Again).
Canadian singer and guitarist (The Guess Who), (d. 1997).
American jurist, Justice of Supreme Court of Ohio
British author, who is known for her books that feature a character called Adrian Mole. In 1985, she published "The Secret Diary Of Adrian Mole", the story about a 13-year-old boy. It was the first book in her popular "diary" series. She also wrote the play and television series that starred the character. Townsend also wrote "The Queen and I", …
American actress who won an Oscar as a male dwarf in "The Year of Living Dangerously", her second film role. At 4'9" she is a charismatic elfin and has 18 credits on the stage. However, she was nominated in 1983 for the Tony Award for her performance in the Broadway production of End of the World. With Arnold Schwarzenegger, she …
American baseball player and sportscaster
American baseball coach and player
French race car driver
German pop singer, musician and songwriter. He is also an actor and restaurateur since 2011.
American poet and member of the experimental poetry group "Outrider".
New Jersey, USA; actress (Bostonians, Eleni, Silverado).
British minister (Conservative).
American football player
American jazz guitarist and musician who has played with many of the top jazz bands. He is a studio musician, as well as performing live gigs and recording albums.
Sr. Italian actor
[Richard Garforth]; rock vocalist (Fortunes Deal).
Italian singer and folk music historian (Born 1943).
American musician. He is a singer, guitarist, pianist, and trumpeter. He was a sideman to Joe Cocker and other top musicians, but he was also a star in his own right, as well as a major innovator with complex rock-blues. From 1967, he moved to record production and built his own studio.
Private secretary to the British Prime Minister.
French chef and restaurateur, three Michelin stars.
American radio host
American radio personality
British actress (Norman Conquests Priest of Love, Priest of Love).
French politician who was the State Secretary for Social Security under the second Jacques Chirac government, 1986 to 1988. From 1996 to 2009, he was president of the Alsace regional council. He was a member the Union for a Popular Movement. He was born in Saverne and died 22 August 2009 from a heart attack at Haguenau.
French high ranking official who is chair of the financial markets authority.
English motorcycle racer (d. 1981).
Famous birthdays on April 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American singer, keyboard player, drummer and songwriter. He was a major star of Motown during the '60s and '70s, and a significant force in the world of music. Gaye, a gifted musician, blazed the trail for MotownaEUR(tm),'s promotion of black talent. He moved from lean, powerful R&B, to stylish, sophisticated soul, to finally reach an intensely personal and political form …
Swiss-French painter, sculptor. Christian Jaccard, a Swiss-French painter and sculptor, has been exploring different techniques and combinatory methods using traces, stamps, and marks since the end of the 50aEUR (tm)s. From 1958 to 1962, he stamped fish bones on sand, and made lithographs from them (Ossature de poisson 1962). Later, he creates his aEURoebricolages-assemblagesaEUR, his Outils-A(c)chelles, and different sized boxes …
Canadian politician and journalist 27th Lieutenant Governor for Quebec
American lawyer economist and CEO of CSX, a transport company. Snow has a BA in Economics, a PhD in Economics, and an LLB degree. At one time, he was the head of National Highway Traffic Administration. Snow is a keen jogger, fisherman, and enjoys playing a round of golf.
DC, USA; singer ("Sexual Healing").
American composer and trumpet player (d. 1961).
Swedish 17th General of The Salvation Army
American baseball player
Northern Irish television journalist
British notable family, second child of writer Daphne du Maurier.
Swiss author, psychologist, and astrologer. Since 1959, he has been astrologer. He also runs an astrological computer services.
American baseball player (Born 1937).
Serbian-Israeli race walker, engineer
Australia: Race car driver (world champion 1966).
Toronto, Ontario -- Actress (Della Street-Perry Mason 1973)
American journalist, foreign correspondent, with the Chicago Daily News. She is a syndicated columnist. She is the author of books about Latin America, the Middle East, and the U.S.S.R., and she also wrote "Buying the Night Flight" 1983, which is part the Radcliffe series on the lives of exceptional American women. Her most recent book is "Guerilla Prince," which is …
Canadian actress, activist, and well-known family member, she is also the ex-wife to actor Donald Sutherland, and the mother of their son Kiefer Sutherland. Tommy Douglas, a Canadian politician who was once Premier of Saskatchewan, is her father. In the late 1960s, she moved to the USA with her husband and became involved in the Civil Rights Movement.
Rabaul -- Actress (Hombre, Tom Jones, Wicker Man)
Permanent secretary of the British Department of Health
American mathematician (d. 2007.)
Actor and wrestler from England (d. 1997).
Italian actor and singer. He started his career in vaudeville as a actor in character roles. Then he moved to Rome in 1964 and joined the Turin group i Brutos.
American journalist and host of a game show
British Permanent Secretary (Treasury).
American mathematician, theorist (d.2007)
Hungarian author and sociologist
French actor, policeman and author.
Hungarian Jewish writer, sociologist and essayist
French historian who specialized on Medieval history.
Actress, writer, and director from Australia, Cilento was once married to actor Sean Connery, and their mother, actor Jason Connery. Cilento, a Sufi follower, currently runs the open-air Karnak Playhouse, which she co-founded with Tony Shaffer in Far North Queensland's rainforest sanctuary.
Cardinal-Archbishop Emeritus New York
Russian javelin thrower
Smith; English newspaper magnate (WH Smith books).
Famous birthdays on April 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
A minister of finance from the Netherlands, Dutch politician
Dutch MP (KVP / CDA)
Romantic novelist (Fiona Coporation Wife, Fiona)
American poet and educator (d.1999)
French writer who writes on esoteric topics and the occult. Hutin is most well-known in UFO circles because of his 1975 book Alien Races and Fantastic Civilizations, in which he claimed that ancient civilisations were colonial outposts set up by extraterrestrials.
Wallace (Bud) Smith was an amateur boxer who won the world lightweight title. He won the National AAU in 1947, defeating Eddie Marotta, the tournament favourite, at featherweight. He represented Chicago in 1948 and won the Intercity Golden Gloves title at lightweight vs. Luis Ortiz. Smith "unleashed an uncontrollable attack" on Ortiz at 2 minutes 45 seconds. Smith represented the …
French singer and international sex icon, who was best known for his hit song "Je T'Aime" which he performed with Jane Birkin. He was a successful record producer, actor, and painter. He was loved in France and abroad for his affectionate relationship with women.
American Roman Catholic Cardinal, whose style was pastoral and not imperial. He was a soft-spoken, conventional priest who spent his entire life behind a desk as a bishop and priest. But he became a moral giant and the leader of Chicago's 2.3million Catholics. He was a master mediator and helped to steer the U.S. Church towards an anti-nuclear position. In …
Pennsylvania, USA; actress (Distortions. Hannibal. Sierra Baron. Mohawk).
Austrian business executive and entrepreneur, who is also the head of Polydor Records and Polygram Records.
Irish horticulturist (d. 2004)
Irish horticulturist (d. 2004).
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania -- Actress. (Distortions. Hannibal. Sierra Baron).
English-American radio host
Italy sport Champion
Bernardin [of Chicago]
Italian boxer, a lightweight pro from 1950-1963.
From 1955 to 1957, he was the Italian-American Welterweight Boxing Champion. He lost the title against Johnny Saxton but was able to regain it in a rematch. He won the Middleweight title in 1957 by beating Ray Robinson in a split decision. Six months later, Sugar Ray won the Middleweight title by defeating Ray Robinson in a 15-round split decision. …
American ecclesiastic, ordained bishop and installed as the ninth archbishop of Milwaukee on November 8, 1977.
Hungarian footballer (d. 2006)
American restaurateur and businessman. Stehling founded Taco Cabana, a chain of fast food restaurants that specializes in Tex-Mex cuisine with his brother Mike Stehling in San Antonio, Texas in 1978. Billie Jo Stehling was Felix Stehling's spouse and created the overall design for the restaurant chain's dA(c), decor, and interior look. Mike Stehling left the company later.
American soldier and politician, 11th Secretary of the Army United States (d. 2014).
American baseball player and sportscaster (d.2015)
British theatre critic, married Kathleen Tynan. He was delivered by C-section.
Australian race-car driver, Sir Jack Brabham, was knighted in 1979 for his contributions to motorsport. Sir Jack Brabham, who was a three-time world champion (1959-60 and 1966), is still a popular figure in racingaEUR(tm). His name is synonymous with Grand Prix motor race racing. He is the only Formula One driver who has won a world title with a car …
Sculpter / coin designer
Police officer and diplomat from Sri Lanka (d. 2006).
Driver of a race car in Australia
California, USA; actress (Consuelo-Marcus Welby M.D. ).
German television and radio host (d. 1987).
Poet/author (Flashman at The Charge)
English screenwriter and author (d. 2008).
American actor and wrestler (d. 2004).
Mexican baseball player (d.2004)
CEO (British Gas)
American actress, who is best known for her role as the mom in TV's "Dennis the Menace."
French Monsignor, an ecclesiastic and a Roman Catholic Monsignor. He was ordained at the Paris seminary in June 1946. He was a conservative theologian.
American Federal Judge (d.2007)
English mathematician, psychologist, and author
American politician and banker 9th United States Secretary of State (d.2015)
Atomic physicist (laser Nobel Prize 1964).
French journalist, writer and actress. She was also a producer.
American military, Lt. Gen. in the U.S. Army
American actor who appeared in films such as "Sunset Blvd.," Dragnet, and "Pete Kelly Blues" since 1948. He also produced and directed his last film, "The Last Time That I Saw Archie", 1961. He went on to produce TV shows and movies, including "Emergency!"
French member of the resistance in World War II's secret army
Canadian lieutenant and civil service (d. 2004).
English animator and director (d.2013)
Famous birthdays on April 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Argentinian runner, soldier (d. 1981).
Dutch Mayor (Maasbree), / leader of trade unions
New Jersey, United States -- Singer ("Peppino The Italian Mouse")
Fairview, Missouri -- Actor. (Gunsmoke. Little House on Prairie).
Paris 14éme Politician
professor of medicine.
British actor, born in the 1930s. He won an Oscar for Best Actor in 1958 for his role as "Bridge on the River Kwai". In 1964, he was awarded a Tony for his portrayal of the charming drunkard Dylan Thomas. His first film success came in 1947's "Great Expectations", which earned him worldwide fame and admiration for the inestimable talents …
English actor (d.2000)
British teacher who covers both the practical and mystical aspects of Tao. He is also the author of Taoism:The Road to Immortality, 1978. His charming addition of descriptions of recluses and hermitages in 1930s China adds a charming dimension to the book.
Scottish-American boxer, flyweight.
American entertainer. One of four brothers who set new standards with their singing musical hits. Their seven-decade career began in Ohio in 1922. They sold more than 50 million records. Along with Herbert, Harry, and John, Donald broke all racial barriers in America.
Coles tap dancer (Tap).
Brazilian mystic and channeler, known since he was a teenager. He was only semi-literate but he wrote more than 80 books about romance, poetry, and technical subjects. Many considered him a saint because of his legendary fame. Year after year, he answers thousands of questions about the deceased relatives of his subjects and responds to letters.
Canadian general Victoria Cross recipient (d. 1980)
Brazilian spiritist medium (Born 1910)
New York Giants).
Famous birthdays on April 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
American actor (Born in 1908)
France sport Champion
American-Swedish discus thrower (d. 85)
American baseball manager and player (d. 1991).
German actor, who was killed in Karlsruhe on 31 July 1970.
French engineer and alchemist. He was also a member of a prominent French astrology family. RumA(c),lius was his pseudonym. He is Andre's older brother and author of "Gold of a Thousand Mornings" as well as a superb text course. 1936, Consolation magazine published his first articles on astrology.
Canadian priest, educator, and academic executive (Born in 1906).
French Catholic priest who was Bishop Emeritus in Moulins (1956-1975).
One of the four French generals who led an April 1961 military coup in Algeria.
Austrian-born American opera director and conductor.
Canadian politician and lawyer 27th Canadian Minister for Justice (d. 1987).
French industrialist, a car manufacturer, and executive. He was a major French entrepreneur, along with his brother Jean Pierre, President Peugeot.
German-Swiss graphic designer, typographer (d. 1974).
Canadian Army officer who commanded 2 Canadian army divisions during World War II. He was a veteran of both the European and Pacific theatres.
Italian octogenarian, who married 23-year old Andrea Pezzoni at the age of 93. She was bright and clear-eyed, explaining that she wanted him to be protected with her estate because she loved him. She had hoped to adopt Andrea, but that would be too difficult so she got married instead. The story was made public by the media, who covered …
France sport Champion
Argentinian playwright and journalist (d. 1942).
Cypriot-American pianist composer, conductor (d. 1970).