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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on July 3rd

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on July 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on July 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on July 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on July 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • An Australian whistleblower with a background in mathematics, physics and computer programming is best known for his work at WikiLeaks. This investigative journalism Internet-based organisation's mission is to make otherwise secret information public. Assange serves as the spokesperson and editor in chief of the organization. When he leaked 250,000 diplomatic cables classified by the US government, his name was almost …

  • French politician, illustrator, and former leader of The Greens, a political party (January 2005 to Dec 2006).

  • NFL outside linebacker (Arizona Cardinals)


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on July 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Shawnee Smith
  • Canadian singer and keyboard player (Barenaked Ladies Rheostatics, Kevin Hearn, and Thin Buckle).

  • American homicide. He was 22 years old when he got into an altercation in Everett with Jody Driscoll (18). It took place at 11:00 pm on 9/16/1990. Driscoll walked up to him as he was calling a number at a booth in a market parking lot and started pressing the buttons. Driscoll went back to her friends, another girl and …

  • French rower, a world champion in the four-man coxless crew in 1993. He also won a Silver Medal at the Lucerne Regatta in 1996. He won a bronze medal with M. Andriex in coxless pairs at the Atlanta Olympics on 7/27/1996.

  • Tampere (Finland) -- NHL defenseman (Winnipeg Jets and Coyotes).

  • Italian freestyle swimmer, who participated in the 1992 Olympics at Albertville.

  • American actor, stage and television star, was a star of the afternoon series "As The World Turns" and "Guiding Light."

  • Finnish screenwriter and film director

  • French businessman and Chief Executive Officer of SociA(c]tA(c] GA(c]nA(c),rale, as well as the President of the European Banking Federation. Effective January 2015

  • Belgian actor and director of theatre

  • An English artist. She is part the Britartists group or YBAs (Young British Artists).

  • Baseball player

  • Tom Cruise

    American actor, considered one of the "most beautiful" people. He started in the Brat Pack, a group of young talent. In 1986, he was promoted to the N.1 spot at the U.S. box-office. He was paid $12 million for "A Few Good Men", 1992. "Interview with a Vampire," 1993, was his second movie.

  • Hunter Tylo

    American actress Dot Taylor is the star of "Beautiful" TV soap.

  • Thomas Gibson

    American actor

  • Former South African cricketer

  • English keyboard player and producer (Depeche Mode Yazoo the Assembly Erasure, VCMG).

  • French alpine skier. At the 1980 Winter Olympics, Pelen won the bronze medal in slalom. In 1984 Olympics, she won the silver in slalom as well as the bronze in giant slalom.

1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on July 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • The French security director of the Ritz Hotel, Paris, was taken to the wheel by Dodi El Fayad and Princess Diana on the evening 31 August 1997. They fled the Ritz at 20:07:07 AM. In an effort to avoid paparazzi, they hit a roadblock at 00.26 AM. This killed him and his passengers.

  • Montel Williams

    American television personality, with his own talk show called The Montel Williams Show. He won an Emmy in 1995-96 for Outstanding Talk Show Host. He announced on August 23, 1999 that he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. This verdict was confirmed by his doctor in February. He announced in December 2003 that he would be stepping down as host of …

  • Montel Williams

    American television personality, with his own talk show called The Montel Williams Show. He won an Emmy in 1995-96 for Outstanding Talk Show Host. He announced on August 23, 1999 that he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. This verdict was confirmed by his doctor in February. He announced in December 2003 that he would be stepping down as host of …

  • American sex offender (d.2015)

  • Cast member of American Viva La Bam

  • Italian politician, publicist and politician; member of Parliament since 1987. Veltroni was initially a member of National Steering Committee. He has since held positions in the Municipal Council of Rome, Chamber of Deputies, Commission on Radio and TV Services, and is currently a Member of the Culture, Science and Education Commission.

  • Canadian television and radio hosts

  • Rock guitarist (Lloyd Cole and The Commotions).

  • American homicide: A housewife shot her husband, twin sons, and injured her six-year old daughter to death. She then put the gun in her mouth before committing suicide.

  • LPGA golfer

  • Laura Branigan

    American actress and singer (d. 2004).

  • NFL (Green Bay Packers), actor (Heat of the Night).

  • American FBI informant killed by mob members who were involved in gunrunning for Irish Republican Army.

  • Horse trainer

  • English singer-songwriter and bass player (Free Sharks, John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers). (d. 2015).

  • American politician and a Los Angeles resident for over 40 years. He was married to Monica Ann (nee Teson), on 5/19/1984. They have a daughter Karina and a son Jackson. They live in San Pedro.

  • Czechoslovakian student, patriot and activist who became a national hero after he was burned to death by the Soviet Invasion of 8/21/1968. Self-immolation took place in Prague on February 25, 1969 at 1:00 PM MET.

  • American politician and judge, 40th Mayor of Los Angeles

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on July 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • French comedian, well-known for his stand-up comedy performances in Paris. He traveled to the U.S. to perform and stayed there for seven years. He is best known for his role as a French officer in "Diamonds", a TV series. He also appeared in "The Children of the Marshland", 1999, UK.

  • Jan Smithers

    American actress

  • Chinese politician Chinese Minister for Commerce

  • French investment banker who was the right arm for David de Rothschild at Rothschild Investment Banking.

  • Betty Buckley

    American actress and singer. Buckley is best known for her role in "Cats" as "Grizabella". Buckley won the Tony Award in 1983 for Best Actress In a Musical. Her soaring rendition of "Memory", which she received, made her a household name. Buckley's voice is powerful and can penetrate the soul. She is the American musical theatre's quintessential leading lady. Her …

  • American journalist and author

  • English musician

  • American actor

  • British politician and Speaker of the House of Commons. This position requires complete impartiality. He was elected to the office on 10/23/2000 replacing Betty Boothroyd, who was born 10/08/1929 in Dewsbury (Yorks), time unknown.

  • England, United Kingdom -- Yachtsman (1968 Olympics - Gold Medalist)

  • Israeli mathematician, academic

  • American football linebacker, player with the Detroit Lions between 1967 and 1978.

  • French singer and songwriter

  • Actor (Another Time, Another Place)

  • French film critic and historian, who is a specialist in Soviet cinema, particularly its undiscovered side. He is also a translator and film restoration manager, director as well as producer, broadcaster, and producer.

  • An Australian singer who was a member of "The Seekers" for four years. The group was named Australians Of The Year in 1967. The group was the first Australian group to record internationally and surpassed the Beatles and Stones at one time. DurhamaEUR(tm), whose own tastes are more evident before and after her time as the lead singer with the …

  • Actor (To The Camp & Back).

  • Kurtwood Smith

    American actor

  • Marianna, Florida -- Doctor / Astronaut (STS 7, 51-B, 30, 42, 71, MIR)

  • American feminist lawyer and crusader. She is the prominently elected head of Los Angeles N.O.W. She is a fierce warrior and a champion of moral and legal justice. A B.A. She graduated with a B.A. in English and was admitted to the bar in 1974.

  • Cinematographer (Kathapurushan, Mathulikal)

  • French psychoanalyst, who is the daughter Sylvia Bataille and Jacques Lacan. Her husband is the Lacanian Jacques-Alain Miller.

  • French restaurateur and chef, best known for Les Crayeres in Reims. It boasted three Michelin star Michelin ratings.

  • American politician and Republican Senator from Tennessee. He was a former Governor of Tennessee for two terms and he took office in 1979 after a scandal-ridden government.

  • Italian cyclist who won a Gold Medal at Olympics Tokyo 1964.

  • American singer-songwriter (d.2012)

  • Venezuelan baseball player (d. 1994)

  • American actor, who was popular in the years that he starred on "Mod Squad", 1968-1973. This police drama featured three "hip", undercover cops: one black (Clarence Williams III), another white (Michael Cole), and one blonde (Peggy Lipton). It set the stage for groundbreaking TV.

1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on July 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • American politician, geologist, and astronaut. He was a scientist at NASA 1965-1978, and was the pilot of Apollo 17's lunar module on 12/07/1972. In 1964, he received his Ph.D. at Harvard and was made project chief of U.S. Geological Survey. He became one of six civilian-scientist spacemen on 6/26/1965 and continued to train geologists. He became the 12th man to …

  • Puerto Rican singer-songwriter (Fania All-Stars). (d. 2014.)

  • New Mexico, USA; astronaut (Apollo 17).

  • Prime Minister of Bermuda

  • Dutch Astrologer. He is the author of a column about astrology in a Dutch gossip magazine. Although some professionals disapprove of her work, she is skilled.

  • A Dutch philosopher, writer, and criminologist who wrote openly about homosexuality, feminism, and philosophy.

  • He was an Italian soccer/football player. He played with Bondenese (1949-1950), Crotone (50-1951) and Napoli (1951-1960).

  • Danish actor in film. Between 1938 and 2004, he appeared in 60 films. He was Osvald Helmuth's son and the father of Mikael and Pusle Helmuth. He died 12 December 2004.

  • Criminologist / author (Jongensuur)

  • Conductor German-Austrian (d. 2004).

  • American jazz musician playing clarinet and sax. His father played the drums and violin in jazz bands in Biloxi, MS. Pete primarily works in New Orleans. LA.

  • Germany; conductor (Bavarian State Orchestra 1968).

1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on July 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • French murderer.

  • Canadian screenwriter and producer (d. 1999).

  • American socialite, businesswoman and politician, Joanne Johnson, is a diplomat, former TV talk show host, and philanthropist. Joanne Johnson was born in Houston and Herring grew to be a successful businesswoman in Houston's River Oaks area. After her sophomore year, she enrolled at University of Texas at Austin. She then left to marry Robert King, a real estate developer.

  • Vice marshal (Diplomatic Corps).

  • Canadian actress

  • Ken Russell

    British director of film who wanted to shock. He did this with flair and no subtlety. He began his career as an actor, dancer, and photographer. After completing a rigorous training program in BBC art films, he became a middle-aged infant horrible of the 1970s. His work includes "French Dressing", 1964, "Women in Love", 1969, and "The Devils", 1971.

  • Belgian architect (Standard-Omnisporthal, Luik)

  • Neuilly sur Saine Musician

  • Susan Peters

    Spokane, Washington -- Actress. (Random Harvest. Young Ideas).

  • French cinematographer, producer, and screenwriter. Between 1954 and 1993, he directed 40 films.


1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on July 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • South Indian actor (Telugu Cinema Actor) (d. 1974)

  • Ann Landers, an American columnist, and her twin sister Ann Landers became nationally syndicated advice columnsists. The girls co-authored gossip columns in high school and college. They were married in a double ceremony on May 31, 1939.

  • St Nicolas de Redon Cartoonists

  • American track and field champion.

  • Costa Rican politician. He was the Minister of Industry in Orlich's administration and Minister of Agriculture in Oduber's administration. Security on the first Arias administration was his portfolio. He was also the Executive President of Costa Rican Oil Refinery and director of the National Production Council and the Costa Rican Institute of Aqueducts and Sewers.

  • Entertainer / nightclub owner

  • Brazilian footballer journalist and manager (d. 1990).

  • Brazilian journalist and football coach (d. 1990).

  • USA: Disney composer/songwriter (Sleeping Beauty and Babes in Toyland), "The Ballad of Davy Crockett", theme of Zorro ("Yo Ho"), Disney Legend 2001

  • Scottish Navy officer and military careerist. He joined the Navy in 1934, and rose up the ranks to become Vice Admiral thirty years later (1964). From 1963 to his retirement, he was an executive in the Polaris Missile Project.

  • British vice Admiral

  • Dorothy Kilgallen

    American actress and author, journalist (d. 1965).

  • Folco Lulli

    His brother Piero Lulli, an Italian film actor and well-known family member was also an actor in film.

  • North Ireland -- Lord Justice Of Appeals

  • France sport Champion

  • French violinist, who died in Caen on the 9th of July 2003.

  • Argentine painter, writer and physicist. BBC reports that he won "some of the most prestigious literary prizes in Hispanic literature" as well as being "very influential in Latin America's literary world." El PaAs hailed him as the "last great writer in Argentine literature" upon his death.


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on July 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • Greek entrepreneur and international shipping magnate. Also an art collector. He was regarded as a genius in securing business opportunities and often bullied and conniving to get them. One of the largest privately-owned tanker fleets, with an estimated 80 vessels, was also his. His personal fortune was valued at around four billion dollars.

  • French teacher, secondary school teacher, then university professor, 1947-1955. From 1955, he held the Aix-based contemporary History chair. Guiral was an author of many history books. He wrote a lot about the history of Marseille, and biographies. He was married on 10/04/1940

  • Greece -- Shipping magnate (Those Fabulous Greeks).

  • American writer (d. 1992).

  • French writer, known for his prolific output. Pierre Boileau was his co-author. He wrote around one hundred stories, four plays, and forty-three novels in twenty languages. Two of these novels served as the basis for screenplays: Alfred HitchcockaEUR(tm)s aEUR~aEUR(tm)VertigoaEUR(tm)aEUR(tm) and H.G. ClouzotaEUR(tm)s aEUR~aEUR(tm)Les Diaboliques.aEUR(tm)aEUR(tm)

  • American author (d. 1992)

  • American writer who worked for over 60 years. She wrote hundreds of stories for The New Yorker, as well as 15 books of essays, reminiscences and essays. She wrote books such as "How to Cook a Wolf," and "The Gastronomical Me" about food as a cultural metaphor.

  • American politician (d. 1990)

  • George Sanders

    Russian-born American actor, who won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar in 1950 for his role as Eve in "All About Eve." Sanders' sarcastic, cynical, and sometimes disagreeable demeanor was well-known. He could be easily typecast as the witty heavy or dedicated crank. From 1936, he appeared in 90 films. His most popular works include "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir," the …

  • Jack Earle

    American sideshow performer and actor (Born 1906).

  • France Scientist

  • United States -- Biographer. (Cocteau).

  • French mathematician, who died in Rouen 23 February 1995.

  • Peruvian socialite, second wife of former Peruvian President Manuel Prado y Ugarteche. From 1958 to 1962, she was First Lady of the Nation. She is the daughter of FermAn MA!laga Santolalla (a wealthy mining entrepreneur) and Clorinda Bravo Brasani. She attended the Sacred Heart School Sophianum in Lima and Paris where she met Manuel Prado y Ugarteche. He was the …

  • American hurdler and coach (d.2006)

  • France Painter

  • Italian film critic and director, Blasetti was one of two great directors during the Fascist period in Italian cinema, 1935-1945. This was a mostly mediocre era. Blasetti received a law degree and then turned his attention to film criticism and journalism. He joined other young Italian film lovers and released "Sole" in 1928. BlasettiaEUR (tm)'s popularity declined over the years, …

  • France Scientist

  • Louisville, Kentucky -- Critic (Tonight at Broadway)

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