List of celebrities and famous people who were born on December 4th
Famous birthdays on December 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002009
Soap Opera Actress
Famous birthdays on December 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
French-Spanish skinhead, extremist of the far right. After looking at the security cameras, it was determined that this member of "TroisiA'me Voie" was the main suspect in the murder of ClA (c)ment MA(c),ric, member Antifas (the far left). He was provoked by ClA(c),ment and turned around to shoot him dead.
Latvian javelin thrower
Chinese ice dancer
Model and actress from Taiwan (d. 2015).
Estonian triple jumper
Famous birthdays on December 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Filipina model and dancer
singer, and comedian.
Singer and TV personality Shuchishin is a Japanese model actress
American basketball player.
American professional baseball outfielder and infielder with the Sugar Land Skeeters of The Atlantic League of Professional Baseball. Roger Clemens was his father's oldest son.
Dominican baseball player
American baseball player
The Automatic, a Welsh drummer
Dominican baseball player
American football player
Russian basketball player
American model and actress
American model and wrestler
a Kosovan-Albanian singer
American rapper (d. 2015)
Australian rules footballer
Nick Vujicic, an Australian motivational speaker, was born with Tetra amelia syndrome. This rare condition causes the loss of all four limbs. Vujicic delivers motivational speeches around the world that focus on living with a disability, hope and finding meaning in your life.
English triple jumper
French cameraman was one of 10 people killed in the accident between two helicopters in Argentina. He was filming the candidates for the TV show "Dropped", who were standing in another helicopter.
Dutch-Chinese race car driver
American country singer
American porn actress and director
World Music Singer
Canadian wrestler and manager
Famous birthdays on December 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
American soccer player
Canadian computer scientist
Malaysian actress and singer
Swedish singer. He is the son of ABBA members BjAPrn Ulvaeus, Agnetha FA$.ltskog and brother to Linda Ulvaeus.
Miss Washington Teen USA (1996).
American rapper (Screwed up Click)
Norwegian singer and songwriter (SireniaTristania and Mortemia).
Canadian speed skater
American country music singer (Born 1976).
Chicago, Illinois -- Julia Bikbova is a dance skater
Illinois; Julia Bikbova and dance skater
German tennis player: WTA Tour
Japanese baseball player
Germany; tennis star (1996 finalist Australian).
American television personality and former supermodel. She was a producer, author, actor, singer, and a businesswoman. She was the first black model to grace the cover of "Sports Illustrated'' swimsuit issue. She also became the first "Victoria's Secret cover model."
NBA forward (Sacramento Kings).
Dutch producer and DJ (Gouryella & Veracocha).
American drummer (Murderdolls synical dope and Genitorturers).
American singer (Life Of Agony)
English singer-songwriter/guitarist (The Poozies).
American singer-songwriter and keyboard player (Life of Agony).
Manager and English footballer
Dutch keyboard player (The Gathering).
Australian rugby league footballer
Japanese comedian, musician (jealkb)
American football player. He is a linebacker for the New England Patriots. Johnson was initially signed by the Patriots in 1995, after being selected in the second round. Johnson is an excellent player and part of a superior team. He played in the AFC championship games and SuperBowl XXXI 1996.
NBA guard (Utah Jazz).
Japanese singer and actress with a Japanese voice
CFL offensive linebacker (Hamilton Tiger Cats)
American porn model and actress
NFL linebacker (Buffalo Bills).
Queensland, Australia; tennis star (1996 final Hobart).
Simcoe, Ontario -- NHL defenseman (Vancouver Canucks)
French TV columnist, environmentalist and vegetarian activist.
American family of fame, Lynn Noe, daughter of actor Michael Landon, and his second wife Lynn Noe.
American actor and boxer
American mixed martial artist and wrestler
NFL quarterback (Cincinnati Bengals).
Famous birthdays on December 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American rapper, record producer, entrepreneur. He is one the most successful entrepreneurs and hip-hop artists in America. Forbes put Carter's net worth at $500 million in 2012.
Wide receiver (New England Patriots).
English journalist and author
American cartoonist and creator of "Rhymes With Orange", a syndicated comic strip, which appeared in almost 200 daily newspapers across the country by 2005.
Saskatchawan, Canada; cyclist (Olympics-1996).
WLAF safety (Barcelona Dragons).
NFL defensive end (New England Patriots).
O.J. Simpson's daughter is a prominent American family. Simpson and Marguerite Whitley, Simpson's first wife. One of her half-siblings, Nicole Brown, is younger. Her father's second wife Nicole was killed in a brutal murder in Brentwood, CA on 6/12/1994. Arnelle, who was in her father's home at the time, supported her dad by appearing before the court during the trial …
Italian-born noted family, the wife to actor Tony Sperandeo. She is best known for her TV series "Piovra".
American producer and actress of singer-songwriters
California, USA. Kayak/200 m breast stroke (Olympics Gold-1992, 1996).
NFL punter (New Orleans Saints).
US softball infielder (Olympics-gold-1996).
American actor and musician
American television news reporter
American rapper (eMC, Juice Crew).
American academic and lawyer
American bass player (Gov’t Mule and the Black Crowes).
English animator producer and screenwriter
Spanish film director
Pop drummer (Kong / Phlegm)
Spanish screenwriter and producer of director films
English race car driver and businessman
New York, USA. Actress (My Cousin Vinny).
American actor and director
Scottish rugby player and sportscaster
North Carolina, USA; WLAF general manager (Amsterdam Admirals).
Ukraine -- Pole vaulter (1988 92 Olympics - Gold Medalist).
North Carolina, USA. WPVA volleyball player ("Pismo Beach-4th").
soccer player (Sparta).
Canadian singer and voice actress
Manager and English footballer
soccer player (Feyenoord).
French philosopher and director of research at INRA, National Institute of Agronomic Research (French public research institute dedicated to agricultural science).
NFL quarterback (Seattle Seahawks).
Soccer player (FC Twente / NAC)
American-born Australian journalist
American football coach and player
American child was born with craniodiaphyseal Dysplasia. This caused his face to shrink twice its normal size. Rusty, Rusty's second wife, was Rusty's son. He was a fellow biker and painting contractor. His skull was found to be irregular at two years old. He was not expected to survive past seven years. His medical outlook was dire. Rusty was discouraged …
Heptathlete and hurler from Australia
Nicaraguan-American baseball player
American homicide victim. He was killed by his father along with his mother, on 10/26/1991. Augustine Charido (58), pleaded guilty in second-degree murder to the deaths of Angeline Charido (55), and David Charido (36) and one count each of arson and setting fire to their East Saugus MA home. Augustine attempted suicide by shooting himself after the shootings.
Famous birthdays on December 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
French politician who was Minister of French Civil Service during Jacques Chirac’s second term as President. Prior to being elected to the cabinet in 2002, he served as deputy for the fourth circonscription de Seine-et-Marne.
German speed skater and cyclist
American politician and accountant
Actor (Witness. No Time for Love) dies at 74
German speed skater and cyclist
Illinois, USA; Skeet (Olympics 1996).
Versailles, Illinois -- Skeet (1996 Olympics)
German social worker, educator, dream-therapist and professional astrologer, since 1983. Author. He was a former student of Hans-H. Taeger and is now a certified Astroenergetic Advisor and an advocate for Astroenergetics (synthesis western astrology science and Buddhism). His main interests lie in dream-analysis and the connection between dream-life, astrology, and dream-analysis. He is also the author of "Die Raetsel des …
Jamestown, Louisiana -- Pitcher. (Cin Reds).
American Open Source Advocate
Louisiana, USA; pitcher (Cincinnati Reds).
American computer programmer and author
Brazilian race car driver and radio host
Italian athlete, a golf champion. He studied as a mechanical engineer and a draftsman. He started playing golf at the age of seven. He was a caddy and became a professional at 26. He placed second at the Monte Carlo Open in 1990. In 1991, he was third in the Italian Open. He also won the French Open in 1993. …
American basketball player and sportscaster
Bulgaria -- 82.5kg weightlifer (1976 Olympics-Silver Medalist).
New Jersey Nets).
Luxus, Chaos, Spruenge).
Belgian comedian, cartoonist, and musician.
Irish-Welsh politician and educator Shadow Secretary of State for Wales
American jazz singer, songwriter, producer and vocalist. She incorporated blues and country music into her work.
An English politician and businessman Secretary of State for Commonwealth and Foreign Affairs
Canadian-American Ice Hockey Manager
New York, USA. Singer (Diamond Rio-"Meet in the Middle".
American producer and actor in TV and film. Married once and had two children.
Canadian ice hockey player, and sportscaster
Ohio, USA; PhD/Astronaut (STS 60, 76).
American guitarist (Lynyrd Kynyrd Rossington Coll Band and The Rossington Band).
American playwright and actress
American guitarist and musician who often tours with other musicians. For a time, he was the opening act of "The Grateful Dead". He has a high I.Q.
French writer, actor, poet, and independent producer. RenA(c), Courant is RenA(c) Courant's son. He was one of the most prolific film-makers. He made over 6,000 portraits, and more than 600 other films. He directed, produced, and invented the CinA(c), the longest movie in the universe (it runs 191 hours).
Ohio, USA; actress (Nancy Weston- Thirty Something).
Norwegian composer and bassist
Auckland, New Zealand -- Actress (Superman 3 Sat Night Live).
Dutch TV/Radio host
Dutch TV host
Famous birthdays on December 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American actor, Beau Bridges is the younger brother to Beau Bridges. He made his screen debut at the age of four months, as part of an acting family. Jeff was a coast guard Reserves officer and didn't decide to pursue an acting career until he had seen six films.
New Zealand-Australian actress, psychologist
German singer, producer, and composer.
American academic and sociologist
Baron Stirrup English air marshal, politician
American journalist and author
California, USA; actor ("Stay Hungry," Jagged Edge and Against All Odds).
Washington, USA: LPGA golfer (1975 Golf Inns Classic).
American singer-songwriter (Southside Johnny and The Asbury Jukes).
Ontario, Canada; astronaut (STS 42).
New Jersey, USA: rocker (Asbury Jukes-"Don't Want Go Back")
Actor (Zabriskie point, Uomini contro), dies on 27
American diplomat and academic ecologist
Irish guitarist (The Pogues Steeleye Span Sweney's Men The Bucks, and Dr. Strangely Strange).
Dutch journalist and author
American clinical psychologist, author and presenter of Thinking allowed on PBS.
Canadian astronaut and neurologist
American singer, songwriter, and drummer with "The Beach Boys", a top American band with the staying power and platinum sales to sustain their clashes in late '70s.
French racing driver
California, USA; drummer/vocalist (Beach Boys - "In My Room", "California Dreaming").
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (The Byrds The Hillmen The Flying Burrito Brothers & Manassas).
Canadian folk music singer/songwriter, who performed and wrote as a duo with Kate McGarrigle until her death in 2010. While they were in school, Kate McGarrigle and Anna McGarrigle made a name for themselves in Montreal's growing folk scene in the 1960s. They formed the folk band Mountain City Four with Jack Nissenson, Peter Weldon and other musicians from 1963 …
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (The Byrds The Hillmen The Flying Burrito Brothers & Manassas).
French race car driver (d. 2012)
California, United States -- Actress ("Bikini Beach")
English singer and actress
American family of distinction, son of founder of Lear Jet Corp. John Lear, a pilot, has flown over 160 types of aircraft in more than 50 countries. He holds 17 world speed records in Lear Jets, including one around the globe set in 1966. Lear is the only pilot to have every Federal Aviation Administration issued airman certificate, including the …
French politician and Member for Central France of the European Parliament. He is a member of Socialist Party, a party of the Party of European Socialists.
California, USA; singer (Byrds - "Turn Turn Turn", "Mr Tambourine Man").
USA; rock bassist (Moby grape).
American tennis champion, Davis Cup team member 1961-1967, with championships in the U.S.A., Italy Germany, Canada Switzerland France, South Africa and Switzerland.
Australian Soccer Assistant Coach (Olyroos Olympics - 1996).
American homicide. He was a "throwaway" child, and his mother abandoned him when he turned four on 12/04/1944. Their mom never came home again. They were unable to care for them and their father, who was serving overseas in the Navy, returned to take the children to social services. Gary was raised in foster homes and had to be moved …
German manager and footballer
Massachusetts, USA; rocker ("Palisades park").
Wales, United Kingdom -- Singer / Keyboardist (Velvet Underground).
Famous birthdays on December 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
French-born family member and noted French politician, Jack Lang's wife.
American diplomat and academic United States Ambassador to South Korea (d.2016)
French director of research at Textile Institute of France.
American guitarist and singer
Actress (Miep Gies-Anne Frank)
US Libertarian presidential candidate (1992).
Soprano and actress from Australia-English
California, USA; actor (Jethro-The Beverly Hillbillies).
American actor most well-known for his role in "The Beverly Hillbillies" as Jethro Bodine.
American political activist and philanthropist.
French Catholic clergyman, Bishop emeritus de Tarbes & Lourdes since February 2012.
Blues singer / guitarist
American politician. San Francisco District Attorney since 1996. His decisions and practices are often controversial.
American financier and fugitive (d.2007)
American economist, public administrator and CEO. O'Neill was appointed as the Aluminum Company of America's CEO in 1987. O'Neill is a college graduate, with a BS degree in Economics and an MPA degree as Public Administration. He keeps in touch with his connections in Washington D.C. Under George W. Bush, he was Treasurer. However, he resigned due to pressure amid …
Tennessee, USA TV host (Tic Tac-Dough Can You Top This).
California, USA; actor ("Highway to Heaven")
American game show host
American actor and director (Highway to Heaven), has died at 54 from cancer (b. 1934).
German actor sometimes seen internationally, such as in 1963's "Nine Hours to Rama". He began his career as a young stage and radio performer. Later, he started his film career as a voice-over artist for foreign films. He was first seen onscreen in 1955, when he won the Cannes Film Festival award for "Sky Without Stars". From 1958, Buchholz was …
American television personality, especially known for hosting games shows.
French record producer, songwriter and producer who has written many of the most popular French songs.
French cabaret singer, composer, and author. He is best known for his participation in the Eurovision Contests for Monaco (1960 and 1962). He was ranked third in 1960 and second in 1962. His biggest hit was "Le Ciel, le Soleil, et la Mer", (1965).
South Korea; President South Korea (1988-1993).
American university president, professor of theology.
British-born New Zealander, he is known as "The Wizard of New Zealand", and was the country's only official wizard. He spent the 1950s drifting, including a stint with the Royal Air Force, selling, and teaching in the Middle East. He enrolled at Leeds University in 1960. He earned his psychology and sociology degrees and moved to Australia where he worked …
South Korean politician and general 6th President of South Korea
French actress best known for her role as ClA(c), the popsinger ClA(c),o in "ClA(c),o" from 5 to 7.
American conservative TV commentator (Born in 1931).
Canadian ice hockey coach and manager
Scots comedian best known for his work as Ronnie Barker (b. 9/25/1929 as "The Two Ronnies", 1971-1986. His long monologues were well-known. The diminutive comic, who was known for his witty sense of humor and stand-up comedy, was a favourite on the David Frost Show.
American composer and guitarist (d. 2013).
Baseball player (American League Rookie-of-the Year-1953).
Famous birthdays on December 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Turkish pharmacist photographer and businessman (d.2010)
Pennsylvania, USA; actress (Dena-Karen, Ethel-The Ropers).
Argentine activist and founder of the Association of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo. This is an organization of mothers from Argentina whose children disappeared during the Dirty War.
Rogers; US Air Force/astronaut (X-20).
French business leader and president of Framatome Group, a company that designs or maintains nuclear reactors.
Italian artist, designer, and sculptress. Aulenti received a degree as an architect and began working for an architectural review. She also created an exhibition in Milan, which marked the beginning of her career at dA(c),cor in 1960. She has been a part of the Fiat design team, creating the stands for their show rooms and stands for Olivetti shops in …
American academic linguist
Swedish silversmith and jeweler (d.2004)
American actress (d. 2014.)
American soldier judge and lawyer (d. 2014).
Canadian-American academic and psychologist
Italian mountaineer who ascented K2 in 2009
New York, USA. Photographer/film titler (James Bond movies).
The Renaissance Center and Tomorrow Square were designed by a Jr. American architect
American-Canadian football coach and player (d. 2012).
American lawyer and financier (d. 2014.)
English screenwriter and director
French actor, film and stage director. Philipe made his acting debut in 1943's "The Land Without Stars". Paris, 27 November 1959: He died from a heart attack.
Fourchambault Military man
France sport Champion
Cannes, France -- Actor (Caligula, Le Diable au Corps)
American actress and singer who made her debut film at the age of 14. She was one of Hollywood's most prominent singing stars, and she released ten box office hits in the five years that followed. Durbin married Charles Henri David, a 16-year-old French director. They were married on 12/21/1950. She kept her Canadian citizenship and declined all interviews.
German corporal and sex offender. Colonia Dignidad, a south-chilean agricultural commune and sect of German immigrants, was founded by him. The Chilean secret police DINA used Colonia Dignidad as a torture and detention center during Augusto Pinochet’s military dictatorship. SchA$iffer was sentenced to 20 year imprisonment for sexually abusing 25 minors on May 24, 2006. He succumbed to heart failure …
French aviator who was a fighter pilot and an ace of Second World War. He fought in the Normandie Niemen regiment.
Actor (Clockwork orange, Salt & Pepper), died at 57
Portuguese architect and painter (d. 2013).
PFLAG was founded by an activist and educator from the United States.
Famous birthdays on December 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Indian politician and poet 12th Prime Minister (d. 2012).
France Military man
Al Capone's son (d. 2004).
French restaurateur who managed the Michelin-starred restaurant La Tour d'Argent in Paris from 2003 to 2003. He had inherited it in 1947 from his father AndrA(c). His son AndrA (c) took over the reins. He was 88 years old when he died on June 1, 2006.
American columnist, writer for The New Yorker, and author of books about diverse topics like Frank Sinatra and Coca Cola.
Jr., American writer
Hot Springs, Arkansas -- Newscaster ("Youth Takes a stand")
American historian, college archivist (1953-1986). He earned his M.A. He received his M.A. at Harvard and his Phd from Indiana U. He was a professor at Beloit College, Wisconsin.
American composer and pianist (d. 1989).
Austrian painter, sculptor (d. 1995).
French cinematographer Spy Who Loved Me, dies at 78
Canadian-born producer and film director (d. 1978).
Italian soccer/football player.
United States -- Sci-fi author (Megalomania)
French military personnel during World War II were awarded the title of Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English : Companion to the Liberation).
American pilot Medal of Honor recipient, colonel (d. 1988).
Flemish/British actor (Family Stastok).
He was also known as "charro cantor", a Mexican singer and actor. He was one the most iconic actors from the "Golden Age" Mexican cinema. He established the Union of Film Production in Mexico. Along with a small group of actors, he reorganized the National Association of Actors, (ANDA), and led it to success. At the end of his life, …
President of India (191987-92).
Indian politician and lawyer 6th President of India (d.2009)
Music composer Spartacus dies from cancer at the age of 80.
composer (Spartacus. Viva Zapata. Cleopatra. Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf).
Famous birthdays on December 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
English actor and singer
France sport Champion
United States -- Biologist who worked with bacteriophages in the United States (Nobel 1969).
German Protestant theologian, rector of University of Hamburg (1960-1978).
Nobel Prize winner in Genetics and Bacteria (American bacteriologist, d. 1997).
Dutch author (Catharina & the Magnolias).
St Raphael Military man
British Member of Parliament (MP), and a member the influential Finland-Swedish Donner clan.
German politician and journalist (d. 1982).
United States -- Writer (El Angel Negro)
Producer of Hollywood films in the 1940s and 1950s. He produced films such as Dark Victory (1939), Arch of Triumph (488) and Raintree County (577) He was employed by Warner Brothers, Paramount, and M-G-M. In 1946, he was elected vice president of Enterprise Productions, Inc.