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

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on October 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010

  • American child born to a prominent family. His parents are Eric Church, a country singer, and Katherine Church, his wife. Boone is the first child of the couple.

2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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

  • Vine Star

  • American family of note, son of TV personality Leeza Gibbons, and her third husband, actor Stephen Meadows. Nathan was 8 lbs. and was delivered by C-section following several days of labor. 8 oz. with Troy, his older brother.

  • Vine Star

  • Japanese singer (AKB48)

  • Charlie Wernham
  • American victim of homicide, murdered by his father. His older brother James called emergency services at 4:08 pm on January 16, 2004. Their father had just stabbed Garrett in the Leominster apartment. He then led police on a brief chase. James sustained serious injuries and Garrett was declared dead at the local hospital at 4:30 pm. According to a family …

  • Argentinian tennis player


1989 - 1980

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


1979 - 1970

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

  • Orchestra leader (Glen Campbell Goodtime hour)

  • Villa Mella, Dominican Republic -- Catcher (Toronto Blue Jays)

  • French actress for TV and stage, best known for her roles as "MediterranA(c),e" and "Dolmen" in television series. She also appeared in "Femmes de Loi", a police procedural with Natacha Amal.

  • American singer (Backstreet Boys)

  • American actor and rapper (The Roots).

  • Puerto Rican-American baseball player, coach

  • CFL linebacker (Toronto Argonauts).


1969 - 1960

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

  • American singer, songwriter and fashion designer. She is co-founder and lead singer of No Doubt rock band. Stefani began her solo career during the band's hiatus and released her debut album Love. Angel. Music. Baby. 2004. The album, which was inspired by 1980s music, sold more than seven million copies. It was a huge success, with the album selling more …

  • Yuriko Ishida

    Japanese actress

  • American basketball player: Guard, Cavaliers.

  • Janel Moloney
  • Clive Owen

    British actor

  • Belgian footballer whose name was given to the law that he initiated, which allows players to seek out other sponsors when their contracts expire. Clubs may also engage foreign players. The law was in effect as of 12/15/1995. Bosman is an Award-winning player.

  • French jazz musician and French tuba player

  • French politician and leader of the French party Europe A%0cologie – Les Verts (EELV). The electoral coalition that included the original french green party Les Verts as well as members of the alliance "Europe Ecologie" created the party on 13 November 2010. The EELV federal council elected Pascal Durand, the successor to CA(c)ilile Duflot, as National Secretary on 23 June …

  • Pescara (Italy) -- Miss Italy - 1979

  • Italian actress, model, and television personality

  • Kevin Eldon

    English screenwriter and actor

1959 - 1950

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

  • Brazilian diplomat and engineer 6th Director General of the World Trade Organization

  • English radio and television host

  • French senior government official who was a member of the AutoritA(c] de RA(c]gulation des Communications A%0lectroniques et des Postes’ (ARCEP), an independent French agency responsible for regulating telecommunications in France, from 2007 to 2013.

  • Hart Bochner

    Toronto, Ontario -- Actor. (Aron East of Eden, Supergirl and Die Hard).

  • American gay male: AIDS. It is not known when he contracted the disease, but it was probably between 1982 and 1983. He met his partner on 8/20/1990. It was love at first sight. They moved in a month. Both were tested on 2/19/91, and both received their results on 3/05/1991.

  • Warwick, Rhode Island -- Actor. (Paint It Black, George-Profiler).

  • American blues guitarist dies in a helicopter accident at the age of 35 (born 1954).

  • American minister, clergyman and Democratic activist. He was four years old when he began preaching and was ordained at the age of ten. He is also the author of "Go and Tell Pharaoh", an autobiography.

  • American baseball was played by a right-handed pitcher who was a part of the Cleveland Indians (1975aEUR”1977), Boston Red Sox (78aEUR”1984, 1998) and Chicago Cubs (1984aEUR”1986), Oakland Athletics (87aEUR”1995), and St. Louis Cardinals (996aEUR”1997).

  • Catriona MacColl
  • Australian visual/performance artist, who goes by the pseudonym "Her Divine Holiness (Pope Alice)". Roberts works are influenced by his Catholic upbringing in rural Kentucky and his homosexuality. Roberts works are richly adorned with religious iconography, and often depict gay sexuality in graphic ways. He has accused others, including the French gay duo "Pierre et Gilles", of copying his work without …

  • American baseball player. He is multi-threat and natural athlete. He also played for the New York Yankees and signed the most lucrative sports contract in history. He is 6'6", 220 lbs and has great speed. He is a power batter.

  • American actor and guitarist, singer-songwriter

  • Rock drummer (.38 special)

  • New Jersey, USA. PhD/astronaut (STS 41–G, 28, 31, 45).

  • Musician


1949 - 1940

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

  • Fleetwood Mac guitarist, producer, songwriter, and singer, best known for his distinctive finger-picking style.

  • French rugby player, member of the French Rugby team 1999. He was a wing forward and became FranceaEUR(tm), France's national coach. He resigned on 11/15/1999.

  • American comedian with a mobile smile and blue saucer-shaped eyes. In 1971, she began her career in a San Francisco troupe. She was a star with "Beach Blanket Babylon" from 1975 to 1976. In 1975, she was introduced to television. Bleiweiss and her husband, David, were married in January 1978. It was a case where love is blind.

  • Russian screenwriter and director

  • Italian serial killer suspect, arrested in Padua on 2/16/2001. He claimed his innocence. His plan was to murder people randomly to launch a series of blackmail attacks. He didn't know his victims. He killed a taxi driver on 1/29/2001 and a real estate agent on 2/10/2001. He was arrested on 2/15/2001. On 5/23/2002, he was found guilty of two murders …

  • Subway was founded by an American businessman (d. 2015).

  • American trumpet player and songwriter (The Bar-Kays), (d. 2015).

  • Anne Dorte von Rosenborg (d.2014)

  • Dutch politician and economist Dutch Minister of Education

  • English choreographer and dancer

  • Musician

  • German-American illusionist, Roy, is half of "Siegfried und Roy." Roy was mauled by one of his favorite white tigers and pulled off-stage. This happened in Las Vegas on Roy's 59th birthday. The performer was admitted to serious condition after suffering a severe injury to the neck that caused extensive bleeding. This was his first injury from any of the animals …

  • Politician

  • Belgian mathematician, academic

  • Dutch psychic and musician

  • American singer, Astrologer, and Author of Four Paperback Gothic Novels. Her novels "Greystones", and "The Greenhouse" are two of her works. In 1978, she recorded an album with her own music using banjo, guitar, and voice.

  • French fashion photographer. George Glasberg, a photographer from France, introduced him to photography in 1959. He also made him visit the cathedrals of France. He became an assistant to Richard Avedon, an American photographer. He began his own business, focusing on women themes. He published many books of photos, mostly of women. JonvelleaEUR(tm), his photographs can be found in numerous …

  • Diplomat and civil servant from Turkey


1939 - 1930

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

  • American avant-garde composer and one of the most prominent exponents minimalism in music. While studying composition, he graduated from Cornell with high honors. He also drove a taxi in New York. In 1963, he began his career as a composer in San Francisco. He scored the soundtracks to two underground films. He was a private and studious man who rose …

  • New York, USA. Composer (My Name Is).

  • French ecclesiastic within the Roman Catholic religion. On June 29, 1961, Bishop Francis Deniau received his ordination as a priest. On June 26, 1998, he was ordained as Bishop of Nevers (France).

  • American astronaut; lunar module pilot aboard Apollo 16. He was the tenth man to reach the Moon. Duke was ordained a lay minister and described his faith as "a tremendous adventure" for him and his wife since 1978. This was born out of the emptiness that Duke felt after going to Mars and from a nearly-divorce in mid-'70s. He says …

  • Italy -- 50K walker (1964 Olympics-Gold Medalist)

  • Charlotte Military man

  • North Carolina, USA; Brigadier General US Air Force/astronaut (Apollo 16).

  • South African-English academic and surgeon

  • Italian historian, educator and author of scholarly works, including "Papal Prince: One body and Two souls". He teaches philosophy and modern history at the University of Bologna, Italy. Romano Prodi is his brother.

  • French business executive. He is the director, administrator, and vice-president for large companies that specialize in real estate development and construction. He was married on 10/18/1957.

1929 - 1920

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

  • Danish ballet dancer. He was the fourth child of three daughters. He was a moody, gifted, handsome and graceful man with a cruel streak. Bruhn rose to fame in Giselle in 1955. In 1971, he retired from classical ballet but returned to dance in 1/1976 for a gala 35th anniversary party to celebrate the American Ballet Theatre. His performance was …

  • France sport Champion

  • Guyanese Secretary General (1975-19)

  • French fencing champion and six-time Olympic medalist between 1948-1956, including four gold and two silver medals. Between 1948 and 1954, he won the world title four more times. He died October 29, 2007 in Nimes, France, age 79.

  • American writer who was editor in chief at 16 Magazine. She also became one of the first women journalists to cover rock and roll. She was also the magazine's chief photograph and took many photos of stars like Paul Revere and The Raiders, Peter Noone from Herman's Hermits and Jim Morrison of The Doors.

  • France Actor

  • Gore Vidal

    American playwright, critic and novelist. He is also an essayist and essayist. At the age of 19, he made his debut in novel writing with "Williwaw." His books include "Myra Breckenridge," Washington D.C., and "Blood Kin." He has adapted many plays for film, including two that he wrote for Tennessee Williams. He is a prolific writer, having written at least …

  • American lobbyist. He was employed by Professional Astrologers Inc and lobbied in California for astrological legalization via "Dill's Bill."

  • American producer and pianist co-founded Newport Folk Festival

  • French business executive who was president of Banque Hervet's board in the 1980s.

  • English publisher

  • American military who rose up to the rank of Lieutenant General in US Marines. He was a graduate of The Citadel and saw active service during WWII. He earned a law degree in 1953 and served in various positions, including as a military aide to Vice-President Hubert Humphrey during the 1960s. In 1975, he retired from active service. During his …

1919 - 1910

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

  • American talent agent and film producer. He produced over 125 films, including "Funny Girl," The Way We Were,"and "Night of the Iguana." After a long battle with cancer, Stark passed away in Beverly Hills on January 17, 2004, after an early morning.

  • American researcher and astrologer who was included in the first edition of "Who's Who of American Women" 1958. From 1947 to 1950, she was editor and payroll manager at Reliance Manufacturing Co. in Columbia, MS. She was a newspaper editor in Florida from 1950 to 1952. She was promoted to Radio Editor in the year that followed her newspaper job. …

  • Washington, USA. Washington trained Disneyland employees and created Backstage Disneyland magazine. It also established Disney University. In 1978, the Disneyland Alumni Club was established. The club was retired in 1978 and named Disney Legend in 1994.

  • French writer and poet, best known for his many novels including "Signe de piste" (1954). He used the pseudonyms FranASSois Thrvay, Mik Fondal and Jean-Louis Foncine (Pierre Lamoureux). He died in Saint-Cloud on the 9th of January 1998.

  • American victim of homicide killed at her home by a rapist pretending to be a salesman.

  • Avignon physician

  • French artist, tapestry designer and engraver. LePecq was a prolific book illustrator and many of his original engravings are still in existence. He is also known for his work with glazed volcanic lava.

1909 - 1900

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

  • Brest physician

  • Johnny Burke

    American songwriter (d. 1964).

  • Norwegian printer, general manager of one the largest and oldest printing companies in Norway. He worked all his life in the family business. First, he was a manual typesetter, then he became an office head and then a manager.

  • French politician. He was a prominent World War II resistance fighter and helped U.S., Canadian and British troops invade France, then occupied by Nazi Germany.

  • Saumur Military man

  • Writer

  • American author (d. 1997)

  • German actor and director, who was killed in Lucerne on May 7, 1961.

  • American filmmaker, until his cataracts forced him to switch to producing and directing. His work included spy films, westerns and action adventures. He also worked as a detective dramatist.

  • Rougemont Politician

  • French director, screenwriter, director, and composer. He is one of the greatest French film maestros. His feature film debut was in 1926. He struggled to produce any work due to inactivity.

  • Composer

  • French film director (d. 1959).

  • Nantes physician

  • Thomas Wolfe

    American playwright and novelist, who wrote "Look Homeward, Angel", 1929, "The Web and The Rock,"1939, and "You Can't Go Home Again,"40. At the University of No. Carolina, graduating with a M.A. He graduated from Harvard in 1922 and taught English at New York University between 1924-1930. Wolfe's first novel, "Look Homeward, Angel", was a huge success, and he went on …

  • NYC, New York -- Cartoonist. (Draw Me a Laugh).

  • American writer (d. 1938).

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