List of celebrities and famous people who were born on June 3rd
Famous birthdays on June 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002008
Dutch royalty, second daughter and third child of Dutch Prince Constantijn's wife Laurentien Brinkhorst.
American child born to Nadia Comaneci, a noted Romanian Olympic gymnast and her husband Bart Conner
Famous birthdays on June 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
American Ice Hockey Player
Soap Opera Actress
Famous birthdays on June 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
An English actress most well-known for her role as Tina McIntyre on the ITV soap opera Coronation Street from 2008 to 2014.
actress and singer.
Japanese singer and actress
Spanish-born tennis player, Olympic gold medalist at the Beijing summer Olympics 2008. He has won many tennis championships, including Wimbledon and the French Open.
Dominican basketball player
Czech ice skater. He won the 2008 European championship.
Spanish racing driver
Czech ice skater
Spanish race car driver
Soap Opera Actor
Brazilian model, television personality, and celebrity. She was the first transgender woman to be named Queen of Bateria at an official Carnaval Parade and also the first transsexual on Big Brother Brazil (series eleven). Thiago Erik da Silva arantes was her name when she was born in a male body. She had sex reassignment surgery performed in Thailand. On 30 …
Prince Félix of Luxembourg
German actress and model
Russian pole vaulter
South African producer and singer (Hi-5)
New Zealand rugby player
German rugby player
Dutch baseball player
Russian-Greek basketball player
Famous birthdays on June 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Colombian race walker
American producer and singer-songwriter
American football player
American baseball player
American race car driver
Greek basketball player
Greek basketball player
Actor and producer from Australia, Irish
Scottish politician and historian
Puerto Rican-American baseball player
American artist and illustrator
Offensive tackle (Buffalo Bills)
Welsh singer (Stereophonics)
Soap Opera Actress
CFL receiver (Hamilton Tiger Cats)
Wide receiver (San Diego Chargers)
Florence, Alabama -- Miss America (Alabama-4th-1997)
Yerevan, Armenia -- Tennis star (1995 NCAA)
Safety (Philadelphia Eagles)
Canadian-American screenwriter and actor
She is a French actress who began her career with "Three colors: Blue" in France. In 1994, she obtained her first major role in "Les cents et une nuits de Simon CinA(c)ma", directed by AgnA"s Varda.
French professional boxer.
Oak Lawn, Illinois -- Pitcher (Colorado Rockies)
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Sleep High on Fire, Asbestosdeath).
NFL wide receiver (New York Giants).
He is an American comic and writer. His most notable role was in the TV commercial for Apple computers, in which he played a computer against Justin Long, who represents Apple.
American baseball player
Columbia, Maryland -- Canoeist (1996 Olympics).
Estonian basketball coach and player
French Canadian singer
Manhasset, New York -- Mistral sailboat yachter (1996 Olympics - 11th Place)
Swedish guitarist and producer of singer-songwriters (Hypocrisy Pain Bloodbath, Lock Up).
WNBA forward / center (Charlotte Sting)
Kailua, Hawaii -- Sprint kayak (1996 Olympics)
American motorcycle racer
American rock climber
Producer and musician from Sweden (Hypocrisy).
Famous birthdays on June 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Tackle (Detroit Lions)
Nigerian singer and dancer (Republica and N-Joi)
American family of note, second of two sons to Gloria Vanderbilt, and Wyatt Emory Cooper, her fourth husband. In 1978, his father died after undergoing surgery to treat a heart condition. Carter, his brother, was in treatment for depression and leapt from the window at 14th floor of his mother's New York apartment on 22/7 1988. Two half-brothers are from …
Gibraltarian triathlete, cyclist
Minneapolis, Minnesota -- Rower (1996 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
American basketball player
American composer and actor
Irish-Scottish politician and accountant Secretary of State for Scotland
Austin, Texas -- Bodybuilder
An English politician and lawyer
American musician, bassist Mike Gordon, is one of four founders of Phish, which was named after John Fishman. After a two year break in which Gordon directed "Rising Low", a movie about 25 bass players, the group reunited for a tour in February 2003. Gordon, three of his musical friends and a few others founded the band while they were …
American musician (Slayer)
Puerto Plata -- Infielder (Pittsburgh Pirates).
French pyrotechnician, director of Group F, a fireworks firm best known for staging and creating the pyrotechnics at the Eiffel Tower in celebrations of the Year 2000.
Russia -- Cosmonaut
Yugoslavia -- Tennis star
Belgian politician, 8th Minister-President for the Walloon Region
French philosopher, essayist, writer and philosopher, born to RenA(c] Lenoir, politician. He was the director of "Le Monde des Religions", and later he became a Buddhist.
Journalist and author of English fashion design
American DJ producer and songwriter (C+C Music Factory).
St. Charles, Missouri -- Discus thrower (1996 Olympics- 5th Place).
The Creative Commons was founded by an American author and lawyer, the Creative Commons
English singer-songwriter/producer (Ozric Tentacles, Nodens Ictus).
Los Angeles, California -- Gymnist (1984 Olympics - 2 Gold / Silver Medals)
South Korean basketball player
Famous birthdays on June 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American black professional football player. At 5aEUR(tm), 9", and 225 lbs, he was nicknamed "Field Mouse". He was the NFL's smallest professional linebacker. Mills was regarded as one of the most skilled players in the game. He played for 15 years until he retired in 1997.
French family member of distinction, one of two brothers of Nicolas Sarkozy, former President of France.
Estonian-Finnish journalist, author
American talk radio host
American poet and actress.
German Bishop and Theologian
Lutheran theologian, German bishop
Marathoner (Boston Marathon-1988 91,92)
German field hockey player
German field hockey player
French wine expert and journalist. He was the sommelier at the ChAC/teau Cordeillan Bages Hotel in Pauillac, before becoming the director of the training academy of sommeliers at Bordeaux Chamber of Commerce in 2012.
Italian actress in a TV series 1985-1986; host of the Number One Morning Show 1986-1987.
ECHO is an East Coast computer group founded by American ECHO founder. It features open discussions on almost every topic possible. She created ECHO in 1989, one of the most innovative and humane cyber-communities online. It attracted thousands, mostly women, to a highly educated, articulate, and young audience. Horn is the author "Cyberville" 1997, a chronicle about Echo's growth that …
Scottish football manager and player
American sports broadcaster
American musician (The Rembrandts).
USSR -- Lightweight (1976 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
Italian musician and songwriter. His first album, "Alberto Fortis", was released in 1979. He is the composer of music and lyrics. Three of his songs have video clips.
French poet, lyricist, and singer.
Rocker (Sometimes when We Touch)
Quebec ice hockey player
American engineer and mathematician
French botanist who works at the French National Centre for Scientific Research. He specializes in tropical plants. Although he is considered the original inventor of the green wall (aka. Professor Stanley Hart White, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign's inventor of the Green Wall (also known as Botanical Brick), invented it in 1938. Professor White patented the first ever Vertical Garden or …
French actress who appeared in 19 films from 1975 to 1985. Laffin was a young star in France, appearing with Juliette Binoche, GA(c)rard Depardieu and Miou-Miou, as well as established stars like Yves Montand.
American keyboard player and songwriter Lynyrd Skynyrd (d. 2009).
CBE, British motor racing entrepreneur
American educator 37th Second Lady, United States
American black-leather-clad R'N'R singer, bass player and known for her aggressive, raunchy performances. She was a member of "The Pleasure Seekers", a touring group that toured the U.S. for seven years. At 21 she moved to England with a hit single that reached No..1 in the charts. She appeared in "Happy Days" on American television and performed a musical in …
American singer who sang in Stevie Wonder’s backup band, "Wonderlove." Her album "Free", reached No. 1 in the UK. Her album "Free" reached No. 1 in the UK in May 1977. Johnny Mathis' duet topped the U.S. charts on 6/03/1978. With the song "Let’s Hear It for the Boy", from the movie "Footloose," he was once again at the top …
American actor and producer (d.2015)
Michigan, USA. Singer ("Stumblin’ In") / Actress (Happy Days).
Greek politician, Greek Minister of Transport and Communications
Austrian ballet dancer
Argentinian businessman (d. 2013)
Havana, Cuba -- 4x100m runner (1968 Olympics - Silver Medalist)
German homicide victim who murdered her child's murderer in 3/1981. He was shot in the face in court during his trial.
American screenwriter, noted family. She spells her last name slightly different from her brother and father. She was one of five children of Richard Matheson. She grew up in Los Angeles, where her father was the West Coast bureau chief at Newsweek magazine. Francis Ford Coppola was a close family friend and Melissa started working as his assistant for "Godfather …
Famous birthdays on June 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
French novelist, screenwriter and writer. Jean-Jacques Beineix made the book 37,2Adeg Le matin into a movie, "Betty Blue." He is also the author of "Assassins" and "50 contre 1," a collection short stories. He has never been married.
Jamaican reggae singer
American research astrologer who is primarily interested in symbol systems. Schiffer published his first book, "Moon Phases", which contains original symbols for each phase. He is currently working on a book about Sabian symbols. This book will be revised through the systematic collection and analysis of examples charts. He calls the AstroDatabank "a Godsend" as one of his research tools. …
Italian actor and theatre director. He is the son of Eduardo De Filippo, and Turin Thea Prandi, the singer and actress. In 2013, he married Carolina Rosi (the daughter of Francesco Rosi). They shared many theatrical experiences.
Dutch manager and footballer
Actress (Cry Freedom and Norman Conquests).
Australian race car driver and accountant
American producer and artist of special effects
English drummer (T.Rex Mickey Finn’s T-Rex, Hapshash, and the Coloured Coat). (d. 2003).
Australia -- Actor (Robert Scorpio - General Hospital).
American drummer (The Byrds, The Flying Burrito Brothers, and Firefall). (d. 1993).
Managing director (Inchcape (China) Ltd)
England, United Kingdom -- Rocker. (Mott the Hoople - All the Young Dudes).
Italian TV presenter, actor, and singer.
American film producer and hair stylist. He was the son of a Cherokee Indian chef and a Italian hairdresser. He was a wild child who spent time in reform school before dropping out of school. When he was 12, he was living on his own in New York City, where he worked as a hairdresser. He returned to California at …
American professional astrologer, teacher and lecturer. He is the author of Starviews, a collection that includes astrological essays and meditation. He was Astrolog magazine's editor and publisher. He also served on the UAC Publicity Committee.
British-American mathematician, political commentator
American architect and golfer
Joplin, Missouri -- PGA golfer (1974 US Open)
Rajah Broadcasting Network was founded by a businessman and a Filipino singer-guitarist.
American chess champion who was a Chicago student and became the city's Chess Champion 1966. He was named the Illinois state Chess Champion in 1966, a title he retained until 1970. He was also a member the U.S. Student Chess Team that competed in Haifa, Israel, and won first prize at World Student Team Chess. He was again in Chicago …
US 200m Sprinter (1964 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
He was an Italian hurdler who won a bronze medal in 1968 Olympics. Laurent, his son broke the national record in 1994.
American journalist and author
NYC, New York -- Rock drummer. (Byrds Turn! Turn! Turn!)
French ex-director of the Centre Georges Pompidou and the Kunsthalle Bern and the Paris MusA(c]e National des Arts d'Afrique et d'OcA (c)anie. He is currently the curator of Theatre of the World.
Belgian screenwriter and film director, who died in New York City on March 8, 1999 at the age of 55.
American basketball player, coach and athlete. He was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers in 1965 and remained with the team until 1972. For the next two seasons, he played for the Carolina Cougars. He was the coach of the Philadlephia 76ers from 1977 to 1985. He was a legend in the game of basketball and was inducted into The Hall …
American writer and author of "Feminist Fusion", along with other books about reincarnation, self-awareness, and reincarnation. She is an occultist and founded and continues to work with Nizhoni Light Institute in Galisteo (NM) in 1985. Here she sells her tapes and books. She is a visionary and spiritual teacher with truly global stature. She has spoken all over the world …
Actress, singer, and entertainer from England.
French screenwriter and film director. He was 71 years old when he died.
American singer and actress
American NASCAR racecar driver (Born in 1940).
Famous birthdays on June 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
An English-Australian politician and lawyer (7th Deputy Premier, South Australia) (d. 2013).
American baseball player
American author and model (d. 2007).
Actor/writer (Rockets Galore and Ziegfield Girl), died at 75
Norwegian poet and author (d.2012)
American computer engineer
French industrialist and chef.
French race car driver
(Rep-D-Texas, 1983- )
American actor (d. 2001).
US scriptwriter (Lonesome Dove, Pulitzer 1986)
New Zealand rugby player and coach
Chief Executive Officer / Publisher (Hodder and Stoughton).
Vice chancellor (Reading University)
Italian actor, singer and comedian. He is considered one of the most significant artists in the postwar Italian music scene.
Chancellor (City University London).
Italian actor and singer (d. 2013).
African-American actress, best known for her roles as matriarchal characters in the films Soul Food, A Family Thing and The Ladykillers.
American minister and theologian
Emir of Bahrain (d.1999)
French rugby union player known as Jacky.
Bahranian king (d. 1999)
American jazz singer "In the Night"
Cuban revolutionary and politician who is President of the Council of State of Cuba. He was previously President of the Council of Ministers of Cuba from 2006 to 2008. He is the Commander in Chief of Armed Forces (Army and Navy) and the First Secretary of Central Committee of Communist Party of Cuba (PCC), since 2011.
Italian cyclist, Olympic champion at Helsinki 1952.
Actress / composer (French Cancan Jacko & Lise).
American runner and coach
American author and philosopher
Italy sport Champion
American author (d. 1999)
American jazz singer (d.2007)
Sci-fi author (Storm Queen)
Japanese producer and director (d. 2011).
American writer. She is well-known for her success in sci-fi. Her most famous work is "The Mists of Avalon," a novel about the women of the Arthurian legends. It was a bestseller worldwide and a TV miniseries.
Indian politician and journalist Minister of Defence for India
American poet and author (d. 1999).
Famous birthdays on June 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
He is an American television personality, entertainment executive and actor. Perhaps his most well-known role is as host of "The Gong Show." He began his TV career in low-level positions. He wrote "Palisades Park", a song that became a hit after it was recorded by Freddie Cannon in 1962. He was sent to Los Angeles by ABC in 1963 as …
Founder (Philadelphia Folk Festival)
Pennsylvania, USA; Television game show producer/host (The Gong Show).
Nobel Prize winner for microbiologist and geneticist in Switzerland
US furniture maker/architect/artist, dies at age 65.
MP / MEP
American composer and saxophonist (Million Dollar Band), (d. 2007).
American poet and writer, the bearded bard of scatological coloquialisms who became the symbol for anger under flower-power. Ginsberg answered a question about his political and social views once, saying "Absolute Defiance."
Montreal, Quebec -- Actress Maggie-Blue & Grey
Canadian politician and banker 10th Canadian Minister for Communications (d.2015)
(Rep-R-New York, 1969- )
American actor who starred in over 100 films starting 1948. This includes classics like "Sweet Smell of Success" 1957 and "Some Like It Hot" 1959. He also won an Oscar for his Oscar-nominated film "The Defiant Ones".
Archbishop of Glasgow (d. 2001).
New York, USA. Actor (Some Like It Hot Trapeze).
Winning, a Scottish archbishop and cardinal, was often outspoken and not afraid to speak publicly about the Roman Church's views on moral issues such as abortion and homosexuality. As an alternative to abortion, he also created a program to provide financial support for young mothers. He opposed a plan to extend St Andrew's Cathedral and instead argued that the money …
English actor (d.2013)
Indian screenwriter and politician 3rd Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu
France sport Champion
Commandant (Royal College of Defense Studies).
American television and radio announcer (d. 1999).
Italian soccer player. He passed away on the 25th of July 2012.
Actress Murphy Brown, who was an actress, dies from cancer at 67
American singer and guitarist (d. 1997)
American producer and director (d. 2014).
Nobel Prize laureate in Academic Neurophysiology from Sweden
Director (Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge England)
Russian mathematician, theorist
French film director. He made his first 8mm film when he was 14 years old. In 1959, he moved to feature film making. He was one of the most creative modernists. His ability to interweave the past, present, reality, and the imagined made him one of the most inventive. He was a complex and contradictory figure. After a six year …
Australian pentathlete coach
American author, teacher, and nutritionist. He is a regular and entertaining guest on "The Tonight Show." He talks about hyperactivity, allergies, and other illnesses, particularly as it relates to diet. He starred in "My Mom's Having a Baby" a television special that aired in 1978. His books include "The Children's Doctor", and "New Wives Tales."
French actress in film, television, and theatre who died in Paris on February 25, 2010.
Lord of Appeal (Ordinary).
Famous birthdays on June 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American educator, teacher, and former leader of National Education Association and Association of Classroom Teachers. She passed away on the 6th of January 1989.
Actor (Up Pompeii and Magic Christian), dies aged 77
American actress and dancer (d.1999)
American burlesque stripteaser. In a world of brash strippers, her reputation was only high-class. St. Cyr, Gypsy Rose Lee, and Ann Corio were among the most well-known acts in striptease from the 1940s through most of the 1950s.
American actor (d. 1969).
French aEURmodernaEUR (tm), architect, AndrA(1) Wogenscky served as the chief assistant and chef daEUR (tm)atelier for Le Corbusier. During World War II, he was a member of laEUR(tm),ASCORAL (Assembly of Constructors for an Architectural Renovation).
American actor and singer (d.69)
Sioux City (Iowa) -- Actress (Son Davy Crockett).
NYC, New York -- Actor. (Mannequin Road to Zanzibar).
Belgium sport Champion
Spanish orthopedist and physician (d. 2009).
French fighter pilot, aviator and ace during World War II.
Polymath / linguist
Blois Military man
Dominican poet and author (d.2000)
French psychiatrist who died 6 May 1979.
British politician and dramatist. Sir Alec Douglas Home, Prime Minister 1963-64, was his eldest brother. William Douglas-Home was the author of 50 plays, many of which were comedies set in upper-class settings. He died in September 1992.
American actress and character actor, first seen on screen in 1933. Her roles included the prim spinster or the nosey neighbor. She was nominated for two Academy Awards for her work, "I Remember Mama" 1948 and "Madame Bovary", 1949. "Visit to a Small Planet" 1960. She was a regular on the TV series "The Waltons", winning three Emmy Awards as …
Dr. / TV Professor (Think Fast and Two for the Money).
Switzerland, actress (The Great Dictator).
Nordic skier (Olympic-medal-1948).
Actress (Hazard) dies in Switzerland at the age of 78
British travel writer, explorer and photographer also known as Mubarak bin London (Arabic: "the blessed one of London"). The best-known works of Thesiger are his travel books Arabian Sands (1959), in which he recounts his footing and camel crossing of The Empty Quarter of Arabia. The Marsh Arabs (1964) is an account of The Madan, the native people of the …
Belgium sport Champion
Famous birthdays on June 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
American journalist and legendary HUB radio newsman. He is well-known for his strong voice, which he used to deliver the news on radio for more than 30 years. A B.A. then an M.A. He received an M.A. in Modern Languages from the University of Oklahoma. He was then a teacher at high school and a university professor of modern language. …
French accordionist who formed a duo along with his brother Jacques.
Actor (Guns of the Pecos Phantom Creeps and Outer Gate).
Actress (Calling the Tune).
English producer and director (d. 1984).
Ernest Hemingway described her as the most beautiful woman he ever saw, or will ever see, as an American-French singer and entertainer. She was a nude on stage, an exotic, sexy, and dazzling statue. Paris adored her.
British diplomat / gov (Hong Kong)
English statistician and mathematician (d. 1983).
German SS officer (d. 1946).
German, commandant at Dachau concentration camp (d. 1946).
Pioneer in blood plasma research
American surgeon,(d. 1950)
American actor and tenor (d. 1984).
New York City, tenor (New York Metropolitan Opera).
American naturopathy was one of the first woman chiropractors. It combined homeopathy, Swedish massage and zone therapy with spiritual healing. In 1980, she was working as a cancer specialist in Las Vegas using laetrile or DMSO. He died at 95 years old on May 11, 1999, in Encino, CA.
Actor (Guns of Pecos), died at 48
Physician (Queens of Scotland)
English screenwriter and producer of actors (d. 1989).
Chinese warlord, initiator of the Xi'an Incident (Born 1901).
German-Israeli geologist (d. 1997)
American astronomer (d. 1932).
Poet (Nothing New)