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

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2009 - 2000

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

  • American child of noted parents, actress Angela Kinsey, and TV writer Warren Lieberstein.


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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

  • American choreographer and dancer. Her exotic looks, voluptuous body and girl-next door manner, coupled with her seductive dance style, brought her to the attention of the public with her debut on "Dancing with the Stars". She is a professional dancer who teaches celebrities how to dance, and she competes with similar matched couples for points. Emmitt Smith and Nick Lachey, …

  • Jaycee Dugard

    American kidnapping victim. She was taken from her home in June 1991 at the age of 11. 18 years later, her alleged kidnapper Philip Garrido, along with two young girls, was spotted by University of California Berkeley officers and interrogated for allegedly suspicious behavior. Garrido entered Concord, CA police station on August 26th to meet his parole officer. Jaycee, his …

  • American rapper.

  • Mozhan Marnò
  • American chef (Top Chef).

1979 - 1970

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

  • Age 18 in France, when she and three others desecrated Toulon Cemetery. The four children brought up the body Yvonne Foin who had been buried 20 years earlier on 6/09/1996, in the early hours. They performed necrophilia and Satanism on the cadaver with an ideology that was vague and bordered around Satanism. Emilie described a tremendous thrill. All of them …

  • Ghanaian-Hong Kong footballer

  • American football player

  • Member of the British royal family


1969 - 1960

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

  • Russian self-made businessman

  • Colombian-American fashion expert and TV personality

  • Danish coach and footballer

  • Syrian patriarch

  • Rob Brydon

    Welsh comedian, presenter on radio and television, singer, and impressionist. He was Dr Paul Hamilton, an Australian/British comedian. Bryn West appeared in "Supernova", while Keith Barret was in "Marion and Geoff," a BBC comedy series.

  • American basketball player. He is well-known for his off-balance shots, and sweet ability to make three-point shots.

  • Journalist and academic from Pakistani-Scottish

  • American guitarist (The Dead Daisies).

  • British strongman


1959 - 1950

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

  • Ben Elton

    British left-wing comedian, writer and novelist. He is articulate and intelligent and optimistic. Noel Coward, P.G. Wodehouse. Elton was approached by Wodehouse in January 1981 to write "The Young Ones" with follow-up comedy "Blackadder” and "The Thin Blue Line." Elton's fourth book, "Popcorn," which focuses on the relationship between film and violence was published 8/05/1996. The play premiered in March …

  • Public Servant

  • English keyboard player and producer (Soft Cell, The Grid).

  • Indian politician

  • Indian politician and activist 16th Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh

  • Journalist

  • French Canadian politician and lawyer

  • French engineer, he is also the head of a company founded by his father. He shot and killed his children on the Atlantic beach in the early morning of September 12, 1987. He drove to Bougival, where he killed Carole, his wife and pregnant. Then he put her body in the trunk of the car.

  • Businessman

  • French fashion designer and artistic director of HermA's menswear since 1988

  • French novelist, editor and screenwriter. He was born to Edwin Roberts (American) and to a comedian from Italy. He was awarded the "Prix Renaudot", in 1979. He later became director of Stock Editions. He died on 25 March 2013 (lung cancer).

  • British-Nigerian actress, singer, and artist. She rose to fame after winning New Faces 1978. She was also one of the most prominent black entertainers in Britain in the 1970s, 1980s. She is most well-known in Nigeria for her roles in Lux commercials and The Patti Boulaye show.

  • American R&B and Jazz singer and songwriter.


1949 - 1940

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

  • American astronaut who launched into space aboard Space Shuttle Columbia on 10/20/1995 at 9:35 AM Cape Canaveral (FL). He was a payload specialist for the U.S. Micro Gravity Laboratory mission. In the 16-day orbiting lab, he performed more than 30 scientific investigations on fluids, materials, and biological processes.

  • American homicide: A former Marine and Vietnam veteran was executed for the murder of a 78 year-old woman at her home.

  • Chinese American chef

  • Since 1984, daily practice of astrology (at first traditional astrology and then Dane Rudhyar’s humanist-astrology). 4 years of psychology studies at Rennes and Angers universities. Research in socio-psychology related to UCO (Angers university).

  • Canadian magician (Born 1947)

  • Politician

  • Designer

  • French maA(r?)tre sommelier, President of Burgundy Sommelier Association

  • He is a French writer and singer. He has published over 30 books and 20 albums of music. He is best known for writing the original soundtrack to "Diabolo Menthe", directed by Diane Kurys. In 1991, he was awarded the Prix MA(c),dicis for his novel "La DA (c)rive des Sentiments".

  • Australian pop singer, The New Seekers (Born 1949).

  • rocker (Troggs, "Wild Thing")

  • French dancer, choreographer.

  • American radio talk-show host, until he was fired on 8/01/1986. He was an executive at the Washington-based Council for Advancement and Support of Education.

  • Bristol, England -- Actress (Lovers of Their Time).

  • American politician, Governor of Idaho

  • French navigator, he was third in 1981's transatlantic sailing race at the helm his trimaran, 53 feet long.

  • American sportscaster and journalist


1939 - 1930

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

  • New Jersey, USA. Singer (Four Seasons-"Sherry")

  • Brazilian writer

  • Brazilian writer, who was born to Galician immigrants. Guia-Mapa de Gabriel Arcanjo, her first novel, was published in 1961. It concerns a protagonist who discusses Christian doctrine with her guardian angel. She was well-known for her erotic novels A casa de paixAPSo ("The House of Passion") and A forASSa no destino ("The Force of Destiny"), which she wrote in 1977. …

  • French singer-songwriter, Greek descent, who is best known for his simple lyrics, poetic rhythm and composition of romantic songs. Georges, for Georges Brassens, has written songs for A%0dith (including "Milord") and Dalida, FranASSoise Harty, Barbara Brigitte Fontaine (including Herbert Pagani), France Gall, Cindy Daniel, and France Gall as well as his own songs.

  • British pro boxer of 17 years, his first recognition at age 18 was the result. He was a pro boxer in Britain for 17 years, and received his first recognition at age 18. After a dispute with The Boxing Board in 1969, he lost his British Empire and European titles and was able to win them back in the ring …

  • Composer

  • French archivist, author of "Bibliotheques et Archives: Comment se documenter?" (1978) and "De Dagobert a de Gaulle: Ecritures de la France" (1985).

  • American singer, who is also the lead singer of the Four Seasons and a solo artist.

  • American musician and recording artist. He is known as the "Godfather of Soul" and one of the founders of funk music. Brown had a profound influence on the development of many musical genres throughout his six-decade career.

  • American Nobel Prize winner in Physics and Academics

  • Alex Cord

    American actor

  • Giorgio Bracardi

    Italian comedian, actor, and composer.

  • American executive and CEO of CPI, an in-store photo shop offering electronic publishing/photocopying of photographic portraits through Sears stores, operating 940 shops nationally. Essman is a college graduate who wants to pursue a career as an accountant. He holds a BSBA degree.

  • Robert Osborne

    American actor and historian

  • American new mexico brujo, shaman.

  • Italian architect (Born 1931)

  • The mid-East hostage crisis saw the hostage taking hostage a Scottish-American Dean for Agriculture at American University at Beirut. After studying agriculture in Scotland, he immigrated to the United States in 1954 and taught livestock courses at Colorado State University. Jean, his wife, and he went to Ethiopia in the mid-'70s to advise on ways to increase meat production. Family …

  • Belarusian hammer thrower

  • Italian soccer/football player. He played as a midfielder in the following: Cagliari (1948aEUR”1950), Prato (50aEUR”1952), Fiorentina (952aEUR”1960) and Udinese (960aEUR”1964). Between 1953 and 1959, he also played 20 games in the national Italian team.

  • Argentinian poet, author (d. 2014.)

1929 - 1920

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

  • American cartoonist, author and artist. He is also the creator of "Momma", a cartoon series that was syndicated by 110 U.S. newspapers, and "Miss Peach," which was syndicated by 155 U.S. as well as European newspapers in 1957. He is also the author three plays, a novel called "The Boss Is Crazy Too" and an anthology called "The Momma Treasury."

  • Ferro is a Canadian specialty materials manufacturer. Posnick is the CEO and Canadian executive. Posnick graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 1947 with a BS degree in Ceramic Engineering. In 1991, Posnick retired from the U.S. because of slow demand and turmoil in Latin America.

  • Ann Davis

    American comedian and actress, best known for her role in "The Bob Cummings Show" as Schultzy. She was a theater actress since 1948. In 1955, she moved to TV and won an Emmy for Best Supporting Actress in 1957.

  • French ex-football/soccer defender. He played most of his professional career at Stade de Reims. He won five French championships and appeared in two European Cup finals.

  • French author and sociologist (d. 2007).

  • French sociologist of religions (d.2007)

  • Buenos Aires, Argentina -- Actress (Tonga-Space Patrol)

  • California, USA; actress (Cecilia Simon and Simon).

  • American Navy officer, who was commissioned as Admiral at the end of his career, was Chief of Naval Operations between July 1, 1978 and June 30, 1982. He flew missions in the Korean War, and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross. He retired from the military and established Hayward Associates, an international consulting firm that specializes in business development. Also, …

  • Israeli poet. Many consider Amichai to be Israel's greatest contemporary poet, both locally and internationally.

  • Tyrrell Racing was founded by Tyrrell Racing in 2001 by an English race car driver

  • American educator, 1955-1985; retired. Membre of the U.S. Marines 1942-1945. He was married and returned to University. He worked as a secondary school counselor for thirty years before retiring in 1985.

  • English journalist and footballer (d. 2000).

  • Marseille Military man

  • Italian athlete, a pro soccer player

  • Ballerina / choreographer (Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo)

  • American boxer (d. 1989).

  • American occult writer. He is the author of many books, including "The Double Thread," 1976 and "Homesick For Heaven: You DonaEUR (tm)t Need to Wait," 1989. His most recent work is "ItaEUR (tm)s all God: The Flowers and the Fertilizer".

  • Director

  • American singer (d. 2007)

  • American boxer. He won the lightweight title in 1940, and the middleweight title 1951. He won 175 of his 220 bouts over a 25 year career. He was known as "pound-for-pound, the greatest fighter". In 1965, he retired and was briefly an actor in Hollywood in 1968. In 1978, he was inducted into the Boxing Hall of Fame.


1919 - 1910

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

  • American folk singer. Pete Seeger was an American singer-songwriter who is best remembered for his contributions to American folk music revival and political activism. He was the author of hits such as "Where have all the Flowers Gone?" He also wrote hits like "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?" and "Turn, Turn, Turn," both of which were later recorded by …

  • American comic strip artist (d.2004)

  • American soldier and illustrator (d.2004)

  • Brooklyn, New York -- Songwriter (Comden & Green Bells are Ringing).

  • German scientist, doctor, professor, and author. His speciality was cardiovascular physiology, and phamacology. He pioneered research in atherosclerosis. He died in 1993.

  • American screenwriter and librettist (d.2006)

  • French poet of Christian inspiration. He was elected as the fourth member of the AcadA (c)mie franASSaise to seat 4, in 1968. He was also president of PEN International between 1969-71, president and president of French PEN Club from 1973-1976, and president and first president of French Institut national de l'audiovisuel, 1975.

  • French Catholic priest who was Bishop of Nancy between 1972 and 1991.

  • (Representative-Democrat-Texas, 1961-).

  • Canadian actor and tenor (d. 2006).

  • American sculptor known for his wire-based geometric sculptures. On 22 August 2002, he died.

  • Stampede Wrestling was founded by Stampede Wrestling's Canadian trainer, wrestler.

  • French actress. She was the fourth of five wives of Sacha Guitry, actor and writer. He also married the woman with whom he received the sacrament Catholic marriage.

  • French poet and journalist

  • French journalist, writer, literary critic, poet.

  • Peruvian diplomat and politician. From November 1979 to July 1980, he was the foreign minister. He was the last foreign secretary of the Revolutionary Government of the Armed Forces. He studied law at San Marcos National University. In 1939, he was Third Secretary to the diplomatic service. He then started a long career in diplomacy. He served as Ambassador to …

  • France Actor

  • France sport Champion

  • American playwright, novelist, and playwright. He won the Pulitzer Prize in 1953 and the Academy Award in 1962 for his screenplay of "Splendor in the Grass." His major plays, including "Come Back Little Sheba", "Picnic," and "Bus Stop," had both Broadway and film success. He also wrote many novels.

  • British biographer and author. On 5 January 1935, she married Lord Frederick Birkenhead. She was married once and had two children.

  • Atlanta, Georgia -- Author (Celebrity Register).

  • Inge US playwright (Picnic-Pulitzer 1953).

  • Belgian-American author who has produced seven decades worth of writing material. Her books included a dozen novels and a dozen poetry books. She also wrote her moving journals. Publication of one her journals was considered a significant event. It revealed her inner and outer views of reality and her love for solitude and nature. Sarton was in a lesbian relationship, …

  • American composer and organist (d. 1980).

  • French Catholic priest, Bishop of Saint-Brieuc, and TrA(c),guier between 6 March 1961 and 2 October 1976. He died in Malestroit, on the 8th of January 1983.

  • American producer and screenwriter (d. 2011).

  • Peruvian magazine editor and publisher. Most notable for her work as editor and founder of the Peruvian weekly newspaper Caretas.

  • Lyon 2?me physician

1909 - 1900

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

  • Belgian comedian (theatre), he was well-known for his addiction to alcohol. His father died just 3 weeks after he gave birth. He was then bred by his older sister. Huguette Clerc was his wife. She was born on 19 March 1920 at 6.00 AM in Paris. 1954: Divorce.

  • British magazine editor-publisher and journalist. From the age of 17 he worked as a bank clerk. He then switched to full-time writing and contributed to 107 newspapers. In total, he sold 602 articles for "Punch". He was an Army Captain for five years. He was also a 20-year scoutmaster. He was a candidate for parliament in 1950.

  • American entertainer (d. 2011)

  • Rockford, Ohio -- Columnist (Midnight Earl)

  • Marseille-en-Beauv physician

  • Mary Astor

    American actress, first on-screen in 1920. Her career was 45 years long and she appeared in 109 films. She was the ultimate star of her time and continued her career into the next generation.

  • French writer about the history, psychology, and philosophy of art. He was also a curator of the Louvre's section of paintings, a professor at CollA"ge de France, and a member of AcadA(c).mie franASSaise. He was once married and had two children.

  • American political family, first and only child of Eleanor Roosevelt and Franklin Roosevelt. After two unhappy marriages, she settled down in New York with her third husband. She lived quiet (by Roosevelt standards) while working in public relations. She was also an author of books for children.

  • French historian who specialized on the history of Catalonian and hispanism. He is regarded as one of the foremost 20th-century historians of Spain's history, both for the Ancien R(c)gime (modern history) and the Ancien RA(c). Jaume Vicens Vives and he were two of the most important historians in Catalonia.

  • France Writer

  • Bing Crosby

    American singer, who was known for his smooth baritone and world-famous crooning. His filmography included 58 movies between 1932 and 1966, as well as hundreds of radio and television shows and recordings. He was a multimillionaire who became a beloved icon for his fans.

  • Dijon EXecutives

  • Belgium sport Champion

  • French nuclear physicist who developed methods to observe Hertzian Resonances within atoms. In 1966, Kastler received the Nobel Prize. He was against the atom bomb. He died in Bandols (France) on January 7, 1984.

  • Walter Slezak

    Austrian-American actor, who won the Tony award and N.Y. In 1954, "Fanny" won the Critics Award. He was the son of an operatic tenor and studied medicine before he became a bank clerk. He was a romantic lead on stage and in German movies as a young man. However, his weight gain forced him to take up character roles. His …

  • Television narrator (Lights Out) dies at 81

  • New York; actor (Lights Out, Mouthpiece, My Favorite Brunette).

  • Italian actor on screen and stage. His outstanding performances in three films, "Aldebaran", 1935, "Ettore Fieramosca," 38, and "Avventura Di Salvator Rosa UnaEUR(tm), 1940" made CerviaEUR(tm), a household name. Luigi was born to Antonio Cervi, an Italian theatre critic. He appeared in his first play in 1924, one-year after the death of his fatheraEUR (tm). His film career was successful, …

  • Paris 4éme Musician

  • Ajaccio physician

  • French graphic designer and artist who used one arm after he lost it in a tramway accident at the age of 18. Art DA(c)co was drawn to him by his love of cubism. He made a name for himself in 1935 with the aEUR~aEUR(tm)La cuisine A%0lectriqueaEUR(tm)aEUR(tm) poster.

  • Italy Military man

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