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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on January 2nd

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on January 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

  • Daughter of Rachida Dati, ex-Minister in France


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on January 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

  • Singer and model from the Philippines, television personality


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on January 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Kate Bosworth

    American actress. Her big break in Hollywood came when she was cast as "The Horse Whisperer", starring Robert Redford. Since then, she has worked with Denzel Washington in the movie "Remember the Titans" ((2000)) and was seen in several other movies, including "Wonderland", 2003.

  • Canadian ice hockey player

  • World Music Singer


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on January 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • Ukrainian-American professional ballroom dancer

  • Icelandic keyboard player (Sigur R3s)

  • Japanese singer and actress with a Japanese voice

  • Reality Star

  • American football player. He was a wide receiver for the Indianapolis Colts and signed with them on 2/11/1999. Dawson was a wide receiver for Kansas City Chiefs before he signed with the Colts. He first signed with the Chiefs on 5/05/1994. Dawson was an efficient player on the Chiefs' offense for four years, setting many league and team records.

  • American composer

  • Sweden; NHL defenseman (Team Sweden, Los Angeles Kings).

  • 26th Premier of Nova Scotia: Canadian politician and educator


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on January 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • American pro baseball player, a right-hitting/left-throwing pitcher who played for the Cleveland Indians (1986aEUR"1991), Cincinnati Reds (1992), Houston Astros (1993aEUR"1996), Cleveland Indians (1996), Minnesota Twins (1997aEUR"1998), Boston Red Sox (1998), and the Arizona Diamondbacks (1999aEUR"2002), with whom he won a World Series championship in 2001.

  • British Columbia, Canada; NHL right wing (Vancouver Canucks).

  • New York, USA. Actress (Streets of Fire Lady Beware, Lonesome dove).

  • Texas, USA; pitcher (Houston Astros and Cleveland Indians).

  • Actress

  • American actress

  • American gay filmmaker, whose films are often controversial and often criticized. However, they are often praised for their erotic themes or graphic content.

  • Japanese martial artist (d. 2015)

  • Actor (Human Comedy and Kismet), died at 74 from lung cancer

  • American politician and lawyer


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on January 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • French trade unionist who was secretary of ConfA(c]dA(c]ration GA(c]nA(c]rale du Travail (CGT), a workers' union in France, between 1999 and 2013. He represents the moderate wing in the CGT as opposed to the radical wing that is noted in Marseilles' union.

  • German shot putter

  • Indian politician and cricketer

  • Canadian actor

  • Canadian actor

  • American gay male met his partner on 8/22/1990 at 10.15 PM. They had sex by 10:55 PM and he contacted AIDS. They were still together in 1993, both HIV+. He was an Astrologer and a quick talker.

  • American voice actor

  • French singer

  • American criminal, spy and traitor. They were childhood friends of Chris Boyce and sold stolen documents to Soviet Agents at Mexico City in 1975-1976 for $70,000. The money was used to finance a small-scale drug trade between Mexico City and California. They were both convicted for treason in April 1977 and sentenced to a life imprisonment at Lompoc Federal Prison.

  • Australian singer-songwriter (Skyhooks) (d. 2001)

  • Virginia, USA; country singer ("Wild-Eyed Dream").

  • American poet and author


1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on January 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • American contemporary playwright. A singularly funny satirist, his pen is dipped with venom in the blood of his personal wounds. Although he has gained a lot of popularity among critics and the general public, only two of his plays made it to Broadway in short runs. Durang's black humor, which many find offensive, is unlikely to gain mass popularity.

  • New Jersey, USA. Playwright/actor (Sister Mary).

  • Luxembourger poet (d.2013)

  • French politician, who served as Secretary of State for Veterans under the government FranASSois Fillon between June 2007 and March 2008. He was responsible for redefinition Boundary Delimitation during the AssemblA(c)e Nationale elections from 2008 to 2010.

  • French journalist, editor, and writer. Author of spy novels.

  • American baseball coach and manager (d. 2014.)

  • Italian entrepreneur, noted family member, and brother to Gianni Versace. He is the manager of Versace House of Design. Gianni left no bequests to him, but he is the manager of the business and owns 30%. Donatella, their sister, owns 20%. The remaining 50% was left to Allegra and Daniel by Donatella.

  • French art collector and broadcaster.

  • France sport Champion

  • Swiss psychiatrist and author, who is involved in spiritual healing research.

  • 15th Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff

  • American politician and educator, 59th Speaker of United States House of Representatives

  • Swedish diplomat and lawyer

  • English radio host (d. 1989)

  • American television evangelist, who amassed a large fortune before being indicted in 1987 on 24 counts fraud and conspiracy. He was born prematurely and was small in stature. His family was strict Christian. He was ordained as a minister after Bible College. In 1960, he met Tammy Faye LaValley while both were still at school. After they got married, they …

  • American author, numerologist, and astrologer. He wrote a book about numerology which was published by Dell Books. He later wrote astrology for Dell Horoscope.

  • Saudi Arabian politician and economist, Saudi Arabian Minister for Foreign Affairs (d.2015).

  • Indian-American academic and mathematician

  • Indian-American mathematician

1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on January 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • Scottish homicide: He and Myra Hindley, his girl friend, were sentenced for the sadistic killings of three to four young people. E. Williams, 1969 biography, describes how they captured and recorded the sounds and faces of their victims during torture, death, and other circumstances.

  • American photographer, who is well-known for using photography to create sculptures and other forms of art. He was killed in a plane accident on the 20th of July 1973.

  • Actor (Reginald Love - Another World).

  • 31st South Korean Prime Minister

  • Norwegian author

  • German athlete who won gold in the 4x100 m relay at 1960 Summer Olympics.

  • Classicist / philanthropist

  • American documentary maker, known for his powerful productions. His first exposure was with the award-winning exposes, "Hunger in America", 1968, which he co-wrote and "The Selling Of The Pentagon", 1971, which were both written and produced by him. In 1975, he won an Oscar for his controversial feature film about Vietnam, "Hearts and Minds". In 1982, several documentaries were produced …

  • English painter and photographer

  • Roger Miller

    Country Singer

  • Texas, USA. Singer/songwriter ("King of the Road", England Swings", You Don't Want My Love", Dang Me", Chug-a-Lug") and winner of 11 Grammy Awards. (dies 1992)

  • Giovanna Ralli

    Italian actress, Ralli made her acting debut at seven years old. She then moved on to roles as aggressive juveniles. Ralli quickly rose to the rank of adult leading lady and was soon cast in dark roles. She has appeared in more than 75 films and TV shows.

  • French track and field champion and Olympic running champion. He ran the 4x100 m. relay in Tokyo 1964 and Mexico City 1968.

  • Indonesian academic and geographer (d. 1987).

  • English illustrator and author

  • Author and playwright of English poetry (d. 2003).

  • Moroccan-born mime, teacher of mime, and mime artist. He studied with Marcel Marceau. His Mime Workbook was published in 1971. His second book, "Mime and Beyond: The Silent Outcry" was published in 1985.

  • Texas, USA; actor (That Girl Mary Hartman, Buffalo Bill).

  • France sport Champion

  • Costa Rican essayist and intellectual. He is considered one of the most prolific Costa Rican writers of literature, having published more than 100 books in his lifetime that were primarily cultural.

  • French researcher in pharmacology and chemist

  • France sport Champion

  • American singer

1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on January 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • Spanish dancer, soloist in the Ballet company Marquis de Cuevas as well as the Ballet company Roland Petit

  • Actor and director of the Greek puppeteer (d. 2009).

  • American psychiatrist who adopted his mother's maiden name when he became a psychiatrist.

  • Isaac Asimov

    Russian-American biochemist, columnist in science, anthropologist, and prolific sci-fi author. His books included 400, and he sold more than 15,000,000 hardcover and paperback books in the United States alone. He was an active Mensa member and served on the international board. He is also a member SCICOP, as well as a debunker of astrology.

  • Polish/French writer of Jewish origin, who survived Nazi persecution. In 1962, she won the Prix Goncourt for Les bagages de sable. This is a story about a survivor of concentration camps. She was 46 years old when she died in Paris on 12 May 1966.

  • Stockbroker / Bomber pilot

  • English large landowner / art collector

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on January 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • American actress and writer. She is a shale blonde and her career began at age 15 as a Busby Berkeley performer. For a mere few months, she married her first husband of four in the same year. She was a funny and witty comedian, best known for her films "Turnabout" (one million BC) and "Two Thousand BC." She was the …

  • Belgian astrologer and devoted collaborator of Gustave L. Brah & Cebesia.

  • France Military man

  • German activist and physician (d. 1943).

  • German-Norwegian actress, dancer (d. 2003).

  • He was an Italian soccer player who made it to the professional ranks in 1938. He died in 1990.

  • American author, best known for her metaphysical book "The Magic of the Mind", on creative consciousness (1993).

  • Norwegian sculptor. He was a designer of several war memorials and stage decorations for Nationaltheatret. From 1974 to 1978, he was the chairman of the Norwegian Sculptors Association.

  • Polish-American actress and producer on the Yiddish stage (d.2002)

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  • Alfio Fiamma, a 90-year-old Italian woman, married her on 1/27/1988. She was 78 years old. Their children opposed the marriage and they ran away. She was the mother of five children, and she died before getting married.

  • Scottish-American ecclesiastic. Madison Avenue Church, New York City's Presbyterian minister, 1956. He was also a radio broadcaster and the author of inspiring books. Read was married with no children. He was born January 7, 2001, in New York City.

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on January 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • American politician, a U.S. Arizona senator in 1952, and conservative candidate for president to defeat L.B. Johnson in 1964. He was an ex-Colonel in the USAF before he became a politician. He was a pilot in WW II and flew C-47 cargo planes across the hump between India & China.

  • French literature historian (Parlez-vous Franglais).

  • Italian mountaineer and author (d.2009)

  • Donnemain EXecutives

  • Norwegian minister, theologian, and writer. He did work at the Church City Mission for 23 years and was rector of the Practical-Theological Seminar at the University of Oslo 1965-1978.

  • composer.

  • New York, USA: Child actor, TV and radio announcer (NBC 1932-73) (died 1977).

  • Italian film director, whose work includes "Vivere In Pace" (1946). Zampa began his career as an engineer and abandoned his studies to pursue a life of love for the stage. He enrolled in RomeaEUR(tm), Centro Sperimentale film academy and began writing screenplays by 1938. He directed over 25 films and co-wrote them. His place in the Italian film cinema declined …

  • English composer and conductor

  • English composer/conductor (Child of our Time).

  • Indian translator and author (d. 1988).

  • Russian mathematician (d. 1938).

  • Dutch swimmer and diver (d. 1991).

  • Sally Rand

    Hickory County, Missouri -- Stripper (fan dance)

  • Hickory County, Missouri -- Stripper (fan dance)

  • French professional cyclist and road racer. In the 2006 and 2010 Tours de France, he wore the King of the Mountains jersey.

  • Georgia, USA, operatic tenor (The Ziegfield Follies of the Air and The Intimate Review), (dies 1961).

  • Irish republican (d.2007)

  • American actress. She was a child star in vaudeville as one of the Wolfe siblings. In 1903/04 magazine ads, she was the Mennen's Baby Powder Girl. She also starred in the 1910 film "Jack and the Beanstock", in which Jack, age eighteen, was the main character.

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