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

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on March 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010

  • Prince Oscar, Duke of Skåne is the youngest child of Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel, Duke of Västergötland. He was born at Karolinska University Hospital in Solna. A grandson of King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, he is third in the line of succession to the Swedish throne, after his mother, and his sister Princess Estelle, Duchess …

2009 - 2000

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

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  • American family, the 7 lb. The first child and son of actress Anne Heche, and Coleman Lafoon. He is noted for his "calm and joyful delivery."


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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

  • Bryce Dallas Howard

    American actress

  • American murder victim. She was raped in New York City and killed in the early hours on February 25, 2006. Her friends had last seen her at 3:40 am that morning, leaving her alone in a bar. She went to another bar, where she was told by the barkeeper that she had left the bar at 4 AM. She was …

  • American professional wrestler (Born in 1981).

  • American actress.


1979 - 1970

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

  • Argentinian manager and footballer

  • American actor

  • Croatian actor

  • American homicide was committed by a Catholic scripture-quoting Catholic who was at the heart of the national abortion debate. He was a 22-year-old student hairdresser who cited a reverence of life as the reason he opened two abortion clinics. He is a quiet, unassuming loner with little direction, but a hair-trigger temper and gay. He was once fired from his …


1969 - 1960

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

  • American actor and surfer

  • A member of an industrial dynasty, the Italian-born family Alessandro is a prominent member. Alessandro studied in Italy and the United States, and earned an economics degree at Harvard and a masters at Harvard. He began his career in 1987 with Goldman Sachs, where he spent two years before joining the Benetton Group as a project manager and various other …

  • American wrestler (Born 1964).

  • American porn star (d. 1990)


1959 - 1950

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

  • American singer and drummer (The Osmonds).

  • American singer. She is best known for her work as Frank Zappa's drummer and her band Missing Persons, which was formed with Terry Bozzio, her ex-husband. She was a Playboy bunny.

  • Massachusetts, USA; rock vocalist (Missing Persons - "Destination Unknown").

  • Casting director and Irish-American voice actor

  • German footballer

  • Canadian ice hockey player

  • Sizani, South African treasurer (UDF).

  • Director

  • sax/keyboardist at Midnight Star - "No Parking".

  • American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher for the Detroit Tigers (1978aEUR”1982), Texas Rangers (1983), and Seattle Mariners (1985).

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  • Politician

  • Businessman

  • Laraine Newman

    American comedian and actress who studied one year with Marcel Marceau. She then moved to Los Angeles to learn improv. After being a part of TV's "Saturday Night Live", she moved to Los Angeles in 1980 to do improv.

  • John Altman

    British actor, TV and film, beginning in 1975. His strongest series was "EastEnders", which he started in February 1985. Altman has been in "Higher Mortals,"" "To Die For," and "An American Werewolf In London" as well as "Return of the Jedi."

  • American singer and dancer, who toured Europe for one year in 1978 with the Tina Turner troupe. In 3/1979, she did her first TV commercial for Burger King. She also did a pilot in the same year. In 1967, she made her first TV appearance. She is a black girl of average looks with great poise.

  • California, USA; comedienne/actress (Saturday Night Live).

  • American screenwriter and author

  • Politician

  • Peruvian lawyer, former Prime Minister of Peru. He was the Peruvian Ambassador in the United States, as well as the Senior Vice President and General counsel of The World Bank. He is currently the Chairman of Fosfatos del Pacifico (a Peruvian phosphate miner's joint venture with Mitsubishi Corporation), as well as the Chairman and Deputy Chairman at Hochschild Mining PLC, …

  • Georgia, USA; actress (Osterman Weekend, Dynasty).

  • American singer, who was a member of the popular brother-sister singing group "The Carpenters", which sold millions of hits records in the early 1970s. They created densely layered demo tapes that were pop-oriented, which attracted Herb Alpert, who signed them to A&M Records in 1970. Their first album, "Ticket to Ride", was released in November 1970. "Close To You" was …

  • An Australian actress who became famous for her role as the blonde secretary in "The Box", a sordid television soap. She starred from 10/1973 to 11/1974. She was fed up with her appearance and quit the show. She continued to play the role of a typecast in two Australian movies, "End Play" (12/1975) and "Petersen" (6/1981). She was also known …

  • American restaurateur and financier

  • Actor (LA Law. Not Necessarily The News)

  • New York, USA. Actor/identical twin to Mitchell (Mel- Beverly Hills 90210; Ben- Duet).

1949 - 1940

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

  • French pianist and singer. His first band, "The Dreamers", had limited success as a jazz group. He was then followed by "Murator", a 1960s-style rock music band. He was a producer and writer, and worked on film and television productions with Jacques Dutronc. He recorded a number albums with Serge Gainsbourg and Claude FranASSois, including "Manureva", his first album as …

  • American actress, stage, film, and television. Her role as Dr. Beverly Crusher in TV's "Star Trek: The Next Generation" is her most well-known.

  • Movie Actress

  • Ireland; rock guitarist (See here).

  • Player for the Welsh rugby union

  • Manager and English footballer

  • French TV host and clarinet player. He hosted programs on TF1 & A2: La Roue de la fortune, Succa's fous, and Un pour tous. He was married once.

  • French businessman and senior official who died 5 September 2007.

  • English composer and trumpet player (d. 2013).

  • Lou Reed

    American rock musician, songwriter, photographer. He is most well-known as the guitarist, singer, and principal songwriter for The Velvet Underground.

  • John Irving

    American novelist and best-selling author of many acclaimed novels, including "A Prayer for Owen Meaney," The Cider House Rules," The Hotel New Hampshire", and "The World According to Garp."

  • He is a Canadian songwriter and lyricist. He has written songs for many artists, including Robert Charlebois (Tycoon), CA(c)line Dion, and Diane Dufresne... He is also co-author of many musicals, including "Starmania" with Michel Berger and "Notre-Dame de Paris", which Richard Cocciante composed...

  • Korean Choi Kwang-Do champion


1939 - 1930

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

  • American academic and author (d.2013)

  • New York, USA. Actress (Five Weeks in a Balloon Gentle Savage).

  • Tongeren; Dutch singer (Buffoons).

  • BarBara Luna

    American actress

  • American designer who created the stunning gown Cher wore to the Oscars 1985. In 1982, he started a line ready-to-wear clothing that was characterized by glamour, beads, and mystique. Mackie won seven Emmys and was a television workhorse for "The Carol Burnett Show." He created over 50 costumes each week during the show's 11-year history. He was a charming boyish …

  • Algeria soldier and politician, 5th President of Algeria

  • American basketball coach and player

  • French mathematician, who contributed in the areas of abstract algebra, algebraic geometry, and computer vision and was a member of the Nicolas Bourbaki group. He was also president of the French Mathematical Society, and he directed two French science museums.

  • Al Waxman

    Canadian actor who is well-known in Canada for his roles in numerous TV shows. He was a part of "King of Kensington" as well as "Cagney & Lacey," where he played Lt. Bert Samuels, the boss.

  • American football coach and player

  • American football player. He is considered to be the greatest college player of his time. Cassady was nicknamed "Hopalong" in honor of the famous movie cowboy. He was a starting quarterback at Ohio State. For eight seasons, he played professional football in the NFL.

  • Columbus sports Champions

  • England; composer (Wildtrack).

  • American singer-songwriter (The Rambos), (d. 2008).

  • German psychologist, educator and astrologer. Since 1971, he taught psychology at Gottingen University. He also taught personality and anthropological psychology. He is a psycholinguistics researcher and examines affect, cognition, cognitive style, and dogmatism. His studies have been focused on the possible relationship between culture and solar activity, and, since 1985, on replicating Gauquelin's professions and character traits.

  • French singer and granddaughter of the founder of the Italian League for the Rights of Man. She is married to Louis Loyseau de Grandmaison, a painter.

  • Swedish translator and journalist (d. 2011).

  • Mikhail Gorbachev

    Russian politician who succeeded Konstantin Chernenko to the post of General Secretary of Communist Party. Before his appointment in 1978 as Agricultural Secretary, he was a party official for 22-years. He soon joined the Kremlin’s inner circle. He expressed a desire to coexist peacefully with the west and signed an Arms Treaty on 8/12/87, 2:02 PM EST Washington, DC.

  • Tom Wolfe

    American journalist and author

  • Newport, Vermont -- Astronaut

  • Virginia, USA; journalist/author (Right Stuff).

  • French actor (d.2009)

  • John Cullum

    American singer and actor

  • Noor; Dutch second Chamber member (CDA).

  • Tennessee, USA; actor (Hamlet, Hawaii, Northern Exposure).

  • American CEO of INB Financial, a holding bank. Miller holds a BS degree in Business and is interested in accounting and finance.

1929 - 1920

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

  • French filmmaker and writer. From 1985 to 1994, he was director of the French Academy Rome. Drot is well-known for his documentation on Montparnasse.

  • English parkeerplaatsenmagnaat / multi-millionaire

  • French clergyman, the Titular Bishop in Hierpiniana and Auxiliary Bishop at Lille (1987-1997).

  • American cellist, who began lessons at the age of eleven and performed with the Indiana Philharmonic. She also played for the Nashville Symphony for 2 years, and the Kentucky Weslyan College Quartet for 3 years.

  • Dutch elocutionist

  • American major league baseball outfielder (Born in 1924)

  • Author and critic of the Greek Philologist (d. 2004).

  • Dutch painter, painter, and engraver; developed his own style with metaphysical elements.


1919 - 1910

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

  • Jennifer Jones

    American actress who won the Oscar in 1943 for Best Actress for her role as Bernadette's first major role. Jennifer Jones was instantly captivated by her portrayal of Lourdes, a 19th-century maid who claimed to have seen the Virgin Mary. Her other films include Love Letters and Duel in the Sun.

  • Russian-American actress and ballerina

  • American actor and playwright (d.2014)

  • Oklahoma, United States -- Actress. (Farewell To Arms).

  • Norwegian musician, guitarist, and music teacher. He was not only interested in electronic and microtonal music but also invented the prepared guitar.

  • Desi Arnaz

    Cuban-American actor and musician. At 16 he moved to the U.S. and worked as a laborer. He then got a job in a Miami rumba band, before starting his own Cuban band. He married Lucy in 1940, and they had their screen debut that same year. They had two children. They made a fortune together with Desilu productions, and the …

  • composer.

  • Baseball player (National League Most Valuable Player 1950).

  • American screenwriter and author (d. 1967).

  • Dutch journalist and writer. He is well-known for his ironic twists on stories. He studied law and philosophy before he became a writer and is well-known for the stories he wrote for his children.

  • Netherlands Writer

  • Dutch humorist/writer (Pieter Bas).

  • American writer. At the age of 11, he met George Gurdjieff, a spiritual teacher. At the age of 11, he arrived at the Gurdjieff Institute at ChAC/teau du PrieurA (c) in Avon. He was taken care of by Margaret Anderson, his sister. There he assumed the role of Gurdjieff’s personal assistant and errand boy, as well as receiving an hour …


1909 - 1900

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

  • French agricultural engineer, and deputy to the Socialist Party. 1955, State secretary. Senator 1959-1977, Vice President of the Senate 1965-1968.

  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Composer (Cradle Will Rock).

  • English poet and critic

  • Norwegian professor of archaeology, and expert in classical antiquity, and Medieval period. He was a visiting professor at Harvard University (1950), and Johns Hopkins University (1966aEUR”1967). He was honored with the Arts Council Norway Honorary Award in 1969.

  • German-American composer. He was a key figure in German music during the Weimar Republic. As a Nazi refugee, he fled Germany and became an American citizen. He co-created a new type of opera that combined sharp social satire and Bertolt Brecht's "The Threepenny Opera", and "The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny." His Broadway plays are still being …

  • WWII Resistance Fighter/Head Of Air France, Dies at 60

  • Dessau, Germany -- Composer / Brecht collaborator (Mahogany)

  • Beaufort Military man

  • Estonian archeologist, academic (d. 1968).

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