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2009 - 2000

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

  • American child of David Letterman, late-night TV host, and Regina Lasko, his long-time girlfriend. This baby is a first for Letterman and Lasko. It's named after Letterman’s late father Harry Joseph Letterman who died in his 57th year.

  • American family, fourth child and fifth daughter of Michael J. Fox, 40, and Tracy Pollan (41), weighed 7 lbs, 6oz. She is the mother of Sam, a 12 year old brother, and Schuyler, 6 years older.


1999 - 1990

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

  • American family of distinction; first child born to Don Dixon, Indiana Colt's offensive lineman, and his wife. Dad was there to witness the birth, before he played in an afternoon football game.


1989 - 1980

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

  • French singer-songwriter and composer, whose debut album "Sur mes gardes", was released just five months prior to its gold release. The album was then certified platinum less than a year later. She was awarded the NRJ Music Award as Francophone Breakthrough Artist of the Year on 23 January 2011. She was previously a lover of Thomas Hollande (son of French …

  • Mexican-American singer.


1979 - 1970

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

  • French porn singer and actress

  • American guitarist (Slipknot)

  • Sticky Fingaz
  • American Ku Klux Klansman, a skinhead neo-Nazi; he was arrested July 1994 for attacking blacks and Jewish temples.

  • French-Algerian computer engineer. He created the "pass navigo", a national railway company's electronic currency, and also worked for the "moneo". He opened a low-cost bank account called "compte nickel" in 2014 with French Hugues Lebret, former director of the "SociA (c)tA (c) GA(c),nA(c).rale" bank.


1969 - 1960

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

  • English singer-songwriter and guitarist (Porcupine tree Blackfield No-Man, Storm Corrosion).

  • Canadian ice hockey player

  • Musician

  • Politician

  • Toronto, Ontario -- NHL defenseman (LA Kings)

  • British rock keyboardist (Deacon Blue Pay Day)

  • American screenwriter and novelist Monahan was awarded an Oscar for his work in Martin Scorsese’s "The Departed", which was released in 2006. His screenplays for films include "Kingdom of Heaven", (2005), and "Body of Lies," (2008). He published "Light House: a Trifle" in June 2000. A year later, he produced a serialized book with the pseudonym Claude La Badarian. The …

  • Journalist

  • Dutch drummer (Bob Color)

  • NYC, New York -- Fencer epee (1996 Olympics).

1959 - 1950

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

  • Dolph Lundgren

    Swedish actor

  • English actor (d.2000)

  • Engineer and academic from Scotland-English

  • American news anchor who worked at Channel 56 in Boston in the early aEUR90s. She was beautiful, confident, blonde, and telegenic. In 1990, her annual earnings were approximately $70,000

  • Gary Ross

    American screenwriter and producer of director films

  • Scottish politician, 2nd Scottish Minister of Justice

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

  • American screenwriter and producer of puppeteers

  • Politiker and English nurse

  • NFL quarterback (New York Giants, Super Bowl 1986)

  • He was a Corsican singer who, along with his brother, formed the group I Muvrini. Their first album was released in 1978, dedicated to their father, who had just died. Their father, a carpenter and encourager, taught them polyphonic singing. Two years later, their second album was released and they have enjoyed international success.

  • Italian guitarist and singer-songwriter

  • Kate Capshaw

    American actress in television and film. Her roles were primarily of down-home American women. However, her career took off after 1984's "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" and 1989's "Black Rain." In 1995, she was a part of "Just Cause" as well as "How to Make an American Quilt".

  • Rebecca Gilling

    Australian actress and model who began her TV career with "Number 96." Her starring role on "Return to Eden", September 1983, and the second series in February 1986 are her most well-known. Gilling has appeared in "Glenview High", "A Dangerous Life", and "The Paper Man".

  • Dennis Miller

    American comedian and producer of a talk show host.

  • American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Chrome).

  • American baseball coach and player


1949 - 1940

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

  • Since 1988, she has been the editor-in-chief for Vogue USA magazine. She is a British-American. According to reports, she is Meryl Streep’s role model in "The Devil Wears Prada (2006)." She is considered one of the most influential fashion people, having overseen the magazine's phenomenal growth.

  • American boxer and talk-show host

  • North Carolina, USA actor (Lionel-All in the Family).

  • USSR -- 4x100m swimmer (1968 Olympics, Silver Medalist).

  • Japanese politician and engineer

  • American actor, director and make-up artist

  • Japanese politician and lawyer

  • German mountaineer photographer, author (d. 1982).

  • Rocker (Deep Purple)

  • American commercial actor and star of some of the most outrageous commercials ever shown on local TV. These ads humorously combined the antics Monty Python, Ernie Kovacs and Salvador Dali. He was a master of pitchmanship and a magician of shtick. He portrayed a Viking and an alien astronaut, as well as a beach bum and inept knight, and Fred …

  • American leader of the U.S. Nazi Party in 1979. Collin was responsible for the most famous incident in groupaEUR(tm's history, when they marched through Skokie, Illinois in 1977. This area is home to many Holocaust survivors.

  • An Indonesian photographer and businessman, Gunter is a prominent figure in the Indonesian cultural scene. Gunter, the oldest son of Achmed Sukarno (Indonesia's first president) and Fatmawati (his second wife), was born to a prominent family. Sukarno, 43, was late to fatherhood and was thrilled by the birth of his "precious child" who was born as he held Fatmawati in …

  • Italian entrepreneur and the CEO of a company employing 350 people, the Polti Company. Franco Polti began his career in sales of steam irons back in the aEUR70s. He was always looking for new products to expand the market. Franco Polti came up with the idea of selling the customer a steam iron with commercial potency. In 1978, he released …

  • Canadian comedian, animator, and imitator. He lost his eye in 1973 while training for magic tricks. Later, he appeared with a black pirate patch.

  • Dutch poet and songwriter

  • French obstetrician, Gynecologist at Parisian Hospitals and University Professor since 1979.

  • Scottish singer, songwriter, and acoustic guitar player for folk rock band "Pentangle". JanschaEUR(tm), a leading figure in British folk music from the 1960s-1970s has been a delight to audiences for more than 35 years. His deeply moving songs, guitar playing skills, and passionate voice have made him adored by fans for over three decades. His albums include 21 solo and …

  • Chicago Cubs/Baltimore Orioles/New York Yankees pitcher (two No-Hitters).

  • Politician

  • French journalist, former reporter at Radio-France International.

  • French jurist who was President of the European Court of Human Rights (19 Jan 2007 - 3 Nov 2011).

  • Essex, England -- Vocalist (& The Tremeloes).


1939 - 1930

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

  • American siddha-guru, known as "Bubba Free John" or "Master Da Free John", is a handsome, healthy and happy mystic who lives in California's Horse House Commune Ashram. His teachings focus on various ways to harmonize or purify life's action. His works include "The Method of the Disshas", "Garbage, and the Goddess", and also recorded talks.

  • Public Servant

  • St. Petersburg, Florida -- Playwright (Bad Habits)

  • French screenwriter and actor

  • Italian screenwriter and film director, Balsamus, l’uomo de Satana was his first film. It was released in 1968. He has won numerous awards for his films and television productions. In 2000, he was awarded the Grand Prix des AmA(c), Montreal.

  • French government employee and a high-ranking civil servant, 1966-1973. He was Director of Financial Operations 1973-1976, and of Investments 1976-1984. He also managed a number companies, including GAN's acting president.

  • Journalist

  • German politician

  • American college and professional football player. From 1960 to 1972, he was a defensive end and linebacker at Ohio State and later for the Cleveland Browns.

  • Massillon sports Champions

  • German politician and lawyer 15th Mayor of Marburg

  • (Rep-D-California)

  • Australian-American tennis player, coach

  • Golgo 13 was created by a Japanese illustrator and author.

  • British politician and Member to Parliament, elected by the General Election on 6/11/1987.

  • Estonian philologist, academic 3rd First Lady of Estonia

  • Jeremy Brett

    Actor (Sherlock Holmes and Freddie-My Fair Lady).

  • Indian economist, who has been teaching and working in the United Kingdom since 1972. His contributions include welfare economics and economic and social justice theories, as well as economic and social choice theory. He also created indexes that measure the well-being of citizens in developing countries. For his contributions to welfare economics, he was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in …

  • English-American composer and conductor (d.2011)

  • American politician and lawyer, Governor of Massachusetts in 1988. He was an attorney before becoming a Harvard professor of government. His political career began as an elected member at a Brookline, Massachusetts, town meeting. This forum, which was established in 1959, was his first legislative forum. In 1960, he was elected chairman of the local Democratic Committee. He also won …

  • Aneta Corsaut

    American actress (Born 1933).

  • Monica Vitti

    Internationally acclaimed Italian leading lady in the '60s & '70s. Her debut was in 1955. She is best known for her films "La Notte," 1960 and "The Red Desert," 1964. Vitti graduated from the Art Academy with a diploma and started her stage career as an actress. She has appeared in more than 25 movies and has directed, written and …

  • Chinese bishop (d. 2007)

  • Rome, Italy -- Actress (Tigers in Lipstick).

  • Chinese bishop (d. 2007)

  • Halliburton is an American law firm headed by a CEO and legal accountant. The company sells both engineering and construction services as well as oil field services. He holds a BA degree.

  • American politician and academic (d. 2014).

  • Lois Smith

    Topeka Actor

  • (Rep-R-Illinois, 1969- )

  • Kansas, USA; actress (Reckless, Reuben Reuben).

  • English cyclist

1929 - 1920

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

  • French actress, director, and television producer who passed away in Paris on June 4, 1994.

  • Inventor

  • Italy sport Champion

  • Chilean politician and footballer (d. 2012).

  • American basketball player, professional athlete in the N.B.A. He was the first player to reach 2,000 points in a single season, playing with the Fort Wayne, Detroit Pistons, and the Syracuse Nationals from 1953 to 1960. In 1996, he was inducted into Basketball Hall of Fame.

  • Wanda Hendrix

    American actress. She is a sweet, innocent, and baby-faced star of over 21 films. After graduating from Junior High School, she joined a theater troupe and signed a contract for a movie in Hollywood at age 16.

  • Japanese animator and producer

  • Australian diplomat and politician 37th Australian Minister of Defence (d. 13)

  • Japanese manga artist (d. 2000)

  • McCain Foods was founded by a Canadian businessman (d. 2004).

  • Zbigniew Cybulski

    Pniarz (Poland) -- Actor (See You Tommorrow).

  • British author and physicist. He was a member of the Royal Aircraft Establishment in Farnborough from 1948 to 1988. There he researched the earth's gravity and the upper atmosphere through analysis of satellite orbits. He wrote, in 1957, with Doreen Gilmour and as part the Guided Weapons department at Royal Aircraft Establishment, a report that recommended the use of the …

  • American actress

  • American baseball player nicknamed "Fuzzy" who was a left-handed first baseman who played 10 games for the Chicago Cubs in September 1951.

  • Lithuanian politician and engineer, 3rd President of Lithuania

  • French painter. He was a child with tuberculosis bone. This caused him to be immobile for long periods. He later studied in Limoges, and joined the French Communist Party. Because of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, he eventually left the party. His art often depicts landscapes but is also marked by violence, rage and anger. He was praised by Jean-Paul Sartre …

  • Archbishop of Roman Catholicism in French-Canadian

  • Japanese serial killer (d. 1959)

  • American businessman and philanthropist (d.2013)

  • German author (Minotaur)

  • American Astrologer since 1965. He spoke on diurnals, decumbiture charts, at the 1998 AFA Convention in Orlando, Florida. Joe was the eldest child of seven siblings, including two brothers and four sisters who are now deceased. Although he began studying astrology in 1964, he still considers himself to be a student. However, he became a professional astronomer when Saturn entered …

  • Mexican Roman Catholic bishop

  • American politician, member of Utah State Legislature, education professor, businessman, Middle East explorer, and author of many Mormon books.

  • Italian teacher, writer, and TV host. He is best known for his role as the art director of "Non A" Mai troppo tardi (It's never too late), a television show that was broadcast between 1959-68.

  • Mexican bishop (d. 2011)

  • Russian ballerina

  • American professional basketball player, who played for the Waterloo Hawks in 1949aEUR”1950 and scored 320 points. See was the first professional basketball player from Northern Arizona University.

  • American actor (d.2011)

  • Irish cardinal (d. 1990).

  • Irish cardinal (d. 1990).

  • Japanese essayist and novelist (d. 1995).

  • English-Canadian Union Leader and Diplomat Canadian Ambassador to Ireland (d.2003)

  • Politician

  • English large landowner / multi-millionaire

  • French newsmaker. French newsmaker. He was married to Monique (nA(c),e Leroy) Martinot. Their quest for cryonic preservation ended in 2006 when a freezer malfunction stopped them from obtaining the necessary equipment.

  • Charles Bronson

    American actor who has appeared in more than 70 films. He was the first child of 15 children and the only one who graduated high school. Bronson worked with his father in Pennsylvania's coal mines before he made his screen debut in 1951. His films include "Miss Sadie Thompson," the Battle of the Bulge, "The Mechanic", and "Death Wish." He …

  • La Roche-Chalais Opera Singers

  • Activist and poet from Australia (d. 1993).

  • Norwegian stage producer, actor and theatre director. While he was still at the gymnasium, he made his stage debut in a school revue. He was involved in resistance work during World War II and fled to Sweden in 1942 to join the police forces. From 1964 to 1970, he was the head of the Norwegian National Academy of Theatre. He …

1919 - 1910

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

  • Scottish playwright, naval historian and editor. Kennedy was a vigorous presenter for justice and hosted "This Week," 1958-1960, and "Did You See?" Kennedy hosted "This Week," 1958-1960 and "Did You See?" for eight years. He was a librarian and later an editor at the BBC. He was also an ITN newscaster 1956-1958. He contested a byelection in 1958 as well …

  • Spanish comic book author

  • Czech author (d. 2012)

  • Spanish illustrator and author (d. 1995).

  • NYC, New York -- Actor Rufe-Shane

  • German Nazi military. He was a SturmbannfA 1/4 hrer Major in the 1st SS Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler. He died 27 October 2007.

  • American military, rear admiral and navigation expert, as well as aviator, and disarmament officer. On 21 January 1991, Davies succumbed to a viral infection at the hospital on St. Martin in the Caribbean. He was on vacation.


1909 - 1900

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

  • Author, columnist, correspondent, and Executive Director of The New York Times from Scotland. He was the Washington Bureau Chief for the New Times between 1953 and 1964, and twice a Pulitzer Prize winner. Reston was instrumental in creating the first Op-Ed page of the United States in 1970. He also reserved a page from newspaper editorials to allow columnists to …

  • France sport Champion

  • Clydebank (Scotland) -- Journalist (NY Times).

  • Italian politician. From 21 June 1963 to 4 Dec 1963, he was the 38th Prime Minster of Italy. He also served as the Vice-Premier from 24 June 1968 until 12 Dec 1968. From 1971 to 1978, he was also the sixth president of the Republic.

  • Bourg la Reine Military man

  • Canadian-American football wrestler and coach (d. 90)

  • American academic and painter

  • Longwy physician

  • French-American physicist, inventor of the Bell 47D1 helicopter. He was a philosopher, astrologer, and essayist who founded the Institute for the Study of Consciousness (ISC) in 1973. The author of "The Reflexive universe", he helps bridge the gap between science, metaphysics. This book is brilliant and covers myth, symbolisms, kundalini, quantum physics, and more. He was also the author of …

  • US painter (Peasants on Parade).

  • Scottish author, politician, teacher, and author, Baroness Lee Of Asheridge is also a Minister of State for Arts and Member of Parliament. In 1934, she married Aneurin Begvan, a well-known Labour Party figure. Together they were known as "Britain’s first man-and wife Parliament team." Her books include "My Life with Nye", 1980, "This Great Journey," 1963, and "Our Ally Russia" …

  • Composer

  • German translator, writer, publisher, and palmist.

  • French author, whose books are hard to read because of their complex structure. His best novels are "Man's Fate", 1934, and "Man's Hope," 38; his first book was published back in 1926.

  • Belgium royalty, the King of Belgium in 1934 after the death of his father, King Albert. In the '40s he lost his popularity due to surrendering to the Germans and he remained a prisoner in Belgium. When he abdicated after the war, in 1951, his eldest son Baudouin took over the throne.

  • French writer (d. 1976)

  • Leopold III, Belgia (d. 1983).

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