List of celebrities and famous people who were born on July 4th
Famous birthdays on July 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002001
American notable family, the son and daughter of Adonis Harrison, a baseball hero. His dad's home run helped the Long Island Ducks win. He was also born on the day he was. Adonis called Pasadena between innings to check if his second child was still alive. He also called to hear Arianas first cry. Jenelle, Arianas' mother, is doing well …
Famous birthdays on July 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
American family of note, the first grandchild of Vice President Al Gore. He was the son of Karenna Gore Schiff (25), and Drew Schiff (33). The baby was born a few weeks early at 6 lb. 3 oz.
American actor and sword master. He is best known for his role in Jurassic World's blockbuster movie Leon the Young Raptor Handler and his work on Star Wars Battlefront 2015.
American model Miss Louisiana 2010
French homicide victim aged five, when her mom, who was a local officerwoman, shot her as she slept on 1/26/1996 with her two half-brothers. Her parents weren't married. She was devastated by the death of her father and tragically shot herself and her three children to death.
Singer Reality TV Star
Togolese football player
American family of note, Patrick and Debra, the first children of a Suffolk County executive and politician, are Debra and Patrick.
American Ice Hockey Player
Famous birthdays on July 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
South Korean actor and singer (Beast).
American porn actress
Twins and an American accident victim. The 11-year-old boy was riding his bike home from school when he crashed into a truck. He suffered severe head injuries and was pronounced dead at a local hospital. Amy, his twin sister, was born at 11.26 AM.
American rock musician, who along with his brother, form the group "Harry and the Potters". They play the roles of the famous characters and perform scenes from the series in their musical performances. The trio perform at no cost in libraries, bookstores, and other places, hoping to inspire children to read and entertain them. They do not have a license …
Dominican actress and model Miss Dominican Republic 2006
Turkish basketball player
Japanese actor and singer (NEWS and Tegomass).
Australian rules footballer
Latvian basketball player
Japanese actor and singer (KAT-TUN and Lands).
American Idol finalist.
Spanish singer and actor
Spanish singer and actor
Guitarist, member of Armor For Sleep.
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Armor for Sleep).
American drummer (The Academy Is ...)
American model actor and author
American porn director and actress
He is a French-Agerian actor who won the Cesar award for best actress for his role as "A Prophet" written by Jacques Audiard.
Dominican baseball player
American football player
American football player
Angolan soccer player
American homicide victim. The victim was a criminal justice major from Northeastern University, Boston, MA. He was killed in his apartment shortly after 10 PM on May 12,2003. Three men entered Cassidy's apartment and tied his roommates in another bedroom. They demanded that Cassidy "WhereaEUR(tm), is the marijuana?" The three armed men entered the apartment and bound Cassidy's roommates in …
American film actor
American actress and television host
French film director of Vietnamese descent (mother).
Famous birthdays on July 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Canadian singer-songwriter and guitarist
Brazilian tennis player
American screenwriter and producer of actresses
Model and actress from Greece
British singer and songwriter (BBMak).
Model and actress from Greece
Novi Sad, Yugoslavia -- Tennis star (1995 Futures-Novi Sad)
Journalist and producer from Australia for actress
Swedish singer-guitarist and producer (Scar Simmetry Centinex Raubtier, Carnal Forge).
Icelandic drummer (Sigur R3s)
Japanese motorcycle racer (d.2003)
Russian cross-country skier
Hockey goaltender (Team Austria 1998)
American tennis player
American basketball coach and player
American football player and sportscaster
American homicides are the result of an out-of-control temper. He came from a middle-class family and had no criminal records or drinking or drug convictions. He held a job at Kentucky Fried Chicken.
American tennis player
Miss Wyoming USA (1996)
English-Jamaican footballer, manager
Australian manager and footballer
Ukrainian professional wrestler
American drummer (Sunny Day Real Estate Foo Fighters, The Fire Theft).
Canadian engineer and canoe racer
Australian actor best known for his role as 'Jared Levine,' a character in 235 episodes of All Saints, an Australian drama about hospitals, from 1998 to 2003.
American baseball player
Australian sportscaster and footballer
Canadian pianist and guitarist (Barenaked Ladies, The Brothers Creeggan).
Thunder Bay, Ontario -- NHL center (Anaheim Mighty Ducks)
American bass player (Kreator)
USSR -- Tennis star
Rochester, New York -- 470 yachter (1992, 96 Olympics - 4th Place)
Famous birthdays on July 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Zimbabwean coach and footballer
American football coach and player
American football coach and player
Australian 100m/200m (1996 Olympics).
Buffalo, New York -- 1.5k runner
Scottish screenwriter and actress
American guitarist and songwriter (Seven Witches, The Bronx Casket Co.).
NFL running back (SF 49ers)
Huntsville, Alabama -- Diver (1996 Olympics-Bronze Medalist).
NFL running back (Denver Broncos Super Bowl 32)
French modern pentathlete who competed at four Olympic Games from 1992 to 2004.
Oaxaca, Mexico -- Infielder (Colorado Rockies)
Canadian television personality
American baseball player
Italian actor. He graduated from the Accademia Nazionale d'Arte Drammatica in theatre studies in 1992. Marco, the second of his three children is the oldest and Andrea the youngest. He made his television debut in 1998 with "La Donna del Treno".
NBA forward / center (Indiana Pacers)
American basketball forward and first-round pick from Clemson in 1987. He was awarded three championship rings by the Chicago Bulls in 1991, 1992, and 1993. He signed with Orlando Magic on February 8, 1994, but the NBA disallowed the contract. He resigned September 19, 1994 and joined the All Star Team.
American basketball forward for the Portland Trailblazers. He was a 1988 first-round draft pick from Oklahoma. He was traded to Portland by the Washington Bullets on 6/24/1993.
English radio DJ
Knutsford (England) -- Golfer (1995 British Open-7th).
Lebanese fashion designer
Sacramento, California -- Nike golfer (1992 Hawkeye Open-2nd).
Nevada, USA; guitarist (Slaughter-"Stick it Live")
American soccer manager and player
Champion and Olympic Silver Medalist in the saber fencing event at the Barcelona Games 1992 in Italy, Italian fencer
France: Tennis player (French finalist 1988).
German chanteuse, well-known in Europe for her outstanding performances on stage in hit shows.
American family of note, fifth son and eighth child respectively of Robert Kennedy and Ethel Kennedy. He studied law at Boston College, where he met Shela Berner, a fellow law student. Shela graduated from Boston College in 1985, and Christopher in 1986. Katherine was born on 10/04/1990. Christopher Jr. was born 6/15/1992. Sarah was 9/26/1994.
American producer and guitarist (Stryper, Boston)
Spanish-Venezuelan journalist and political scientist
Puerto Rican-American baseball player, coach
Bolivian coach and footballer
Puerto Rican baseball player
Baltimore, Maryland -- Tennis star (1991 US Open doubles/Olympics - Gold – 1988)
The Ultima series was created by an English-American videogame designer.
Detroit, Michigan -- Sprint biker (1988, 1992, 96 Olympics-Bronze Medalist)
Austin, Texas -- Computer game designer (Origin)
Austrian race car driver, dies in crash at 31
American professional wrestler
Actor and author of English comedy
American professional wrestler
Famous birthdays on July 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Spanish actress. Her credits include roles in Pedro Almodovar’s "Tie Me Up” and "Lovers".
Madrid, Spain -- Actress (Libertarias)
Montgomery, Alabama -- Singer (Pirates of Miss Fred Jake).
Born in Malaysia as the daughter of an Indonesian businessman, she is a British actress. She studied at Bristol Old Victor Theater and was a West End actress in "Present Laughter", "The Miracle Worker", and "Jane Eyre" in New York. She was a TV and film star as well as a lot of television.
English-Canadian footballer coach & manager
Australia; rocker (Inxs, "Kiss the Dirt")
American sports radio host
Australian singer and guitarist (INXS).
American police officer was killed responding to an armed burglary call at a pub in December 1981. He was accompanied at the time by Officer Charles Mehlberg.
Singer and activist from Malaysian-English, Malaysian-English actress
Chulabhorn Walailak Thai princess
French politician, he is a member of France's National Assembly. He is a member the Socialist Party, and works with the SRC group of parliamentary representatives.
Chris Donner is a French journalist, writer, literary critic, and filmmaker. His work includes many stories for youth and is a part of a wide range of works. He also wrote a novel under HA(c),lA"ne Laurens.
French journalist and writer. Eric Neuhoff is a regular participant in French radio shows Fou du roi et la Plume.
American radio talkshow host
Vocalist (Babies / Bad English-Forget Me Not, Missing You)
American baseball coach and manager
American model actress and dancer
English politician and lawyer Minister for the Cabinet Office
French politician and member of the National Assembly of France. As a member in good standing of the Union for a Popular Movement, she represents Calvados.
President of Colombia
English singer-songwriter and guitarist (The Babys and Bad English).
American activist and author
Colombian politician and lawyer 39th President of Colombia
American homicide victim. A hapless, unemployed child who took up drugs and held various jobs. When he joined Hare Krishna in 1972, he was given the name "Sulocana Das".
German engine driver for "Deutsche Bahn AG" (since 4/13/73), and a professional astrologer. He is an active member and certified member (1980), of aEURDeutscher Astrologenverband/ DAV. He also serves as the webmaster and designer of the DAV Website.
American yoga teacher, activist for animal rights, musician, author and dancer/choreographer.
Rock drummer (Earth, Wind & Fire – Shining Star).
American family of note, first child of Robert Kennedy and Ethel Kennedy, and first grandchild of Joseph Kennedy and Rose Kennedy. She was a Harvard student activist during Vietnam war years. She marched on Washington in 1972, worked for McGovern in 1972 and became a feminist. In Greece, she hitchhiked by herself. David Townsend, a doctoral student, was her husband …
French TV host, well-known and popular. His TV crew went on an expedition to Africa to document the conditions in Zaire. After contact with them was lost, search parties failed in their efforts to locate them. It was determined that they all drowned crossing a river near Kinshasa. The media declared the crew dead on 8/06/1985, regretting that they had …
Romanian-American academic and political scientist sociolog
French doctor, well-known radio counselor for young people, and consultant in many TV programs of TF1 under "Doc"
American employee at Edgewater Technology, in charge of the Human Resources Department. Michael McDermott (mentally unstable software tester at Edgewater Technology) went mad and shot and killed seven people including Troy on the morning of the 26th.
President of the British International Paralympic Committee
Canadian-English television and radio host
Famous birthdays on July 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
French professor in electrical engineering at 'A%0cole Nationale SupA(c)rieure des TA(c)lA(c)communications de Bretagne.' He co-invented the groundbreaking coding scheme turbo codes with Punya Thitimajshima and Claude Berrou.
German politician and President of the Bundesrat (the lower house of German parliament), since 2011. Informally, he was a cabinet minister under Angela Merkel's administration.
Psychologist / author / columnist
He was a French race car driver who competed in 12 Formula 1 seasons (1978-1989).
Canadian novelist who was awarded the City of Toronto Book Award 1992. Her novel, "Creation," was named a New York Times Notable Book of the Year 2003. John Honderich, her ex-husband, was the former Toronto Star publisher; they have two children.
Actor and singer from Sweden
Rock guitarist (Fleetwood Mac-Oh Well)
Director-General, National Offender Management Service
French lawyer and businessman Bettina Rheims is married to Bettina, a French photographer.
Estonian actor and director
American Vietnam veteran, and hero of the 1990 movie "Born on the Fourth of July," in which he recounted his experiences during and following the war. Kovic, an antiwar activist and passionate advocate of peace, turned his personal tragedy into a blessing and helped others.
American stockbroker, who made $550 million alone in 1987 through insider trading as an junk-bond king. His life is described in "Highly Confident: the Crime and Punishment of Michael Milken" as a biography. He was charged with 98 counts each of securities fraud and racketeering in 1989. He pleaded guilty in April 1990 to six felonies including illegally concealing stock …
American soul singer, member of the girl group The Flirtations.
Playmate (July, 1966)
Coach and fencer from Romanian-Israeli (d. 1972).
American academic and author
American journalist, talk show host and lawyer. Rivera won the Columbia-Dupont Award as well as the George Foster Peabody Award, which is a distinction in broadcast journalism. It has also been nominated for seven Emmys at the local and three at the national level.
Rock guitarist/vocalist (Canned Heat).
French aromatherapist, phytotherapist, author, and astrologer. Author of 22 A(c]pices pour prA[c]server sa(c]" (22 herbs to keep you healthy).
NFL running back (New York Jets)/sportscaster.
Czech football coach
American musician (d. 1970)
New York, USA. News personality (20/20 Geraldo).
English historian and photographer
American musician "Blind Owl" was nicknamed after his distinctive boogie-blues rock sound, both on the guitar and in his singing. He also played the harp. Canned Heat was founded by him in 1966. The band's hit song "On The Road Again", which he co-wrote, was released in 1969.
A grandson of King George V and Queen Mary, he is a cousin of Queen Elizabeth II. He is also the first cousin once removed of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and a great-great grandson of Tsar Alexander II of Russia and his first wife, Empress Marie Alexandrovna. Prince Michael occasionally carries out royal duties representing the Queen at some …
English Prince of Kent
French-Polish politician and academic. Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs (d.2008).
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Earth Opera, Old and in The Way).
American baseball coach and manager
American football player
French diplomat who was appointed director of the French Directorate General for External Security (DGSE). He witnessed Operation Frequent Wind, the Fall of Saigon and the Vietnam War's end in April 1975.
Lawyer and activist for the American soldier
American gay writer and novelist, McCourt was born in Ireland. McCourt is most well-known for his novel Mawrdew Czgowchwz (1975), which tells the story of an opera diva. His 2003 nonfiction book Queer Street (2003, not fiction) focuses on gay life in New York City following World War II. His novel, Now Voyagers (2007) is the first of a series …
English pianist and songwriter (The Animals), (d. 2003).
Dutch MP (CDA)
Canadian ice hockey player
Famous birthdays on July 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Pennsylvania, USA; actor.
Slab Fork (West Virginia) -- Rhythm and Blues Singer (Lean On Me).
English academic and biologist
American bodybuilder, Cuban-born
Australian journalist (d. 2010)
Queen of Norway (spouse to King Harald V. Norway)
Norwegian royalty. She is the wife of King Harald V.
Polish actress and soprano
American author of five books on Appalachia: Land of Yesterday, The Mountains Wept, Pilgrimage to An Appalachian Mining Camp and Voices From Appalachia. AppalachiaaEUR "The Land And Its People" was also his book. It was published by the Dayton Daily News in 1992 for schools in the Dayton area. His books are used in schools throughout West Virginia, Kentucky, and …
Polish coloratura soprano
Grenadian politician, 2nd Governor General of Grenada (d.2013)
French actor, father to Tatiana Vielle, casting director, theatre director, grandfather of the comedian Swann Arlaud.
American politician and academic (d. 2012).
Liverpool, England -- Actor (Straw Dogs and Sweeney).
American metallurgist and CEO at Amax. Born holds a Bachelor of Science in Metallurgy. He has pursued a career in mining, with a focus on aluminum.
French screenwriter and director of author (d. 2003).
Irish-born actor. He was a handsome, but not very strong, leading man who is best known for his roles as a historical hero in "The Fall of the Roman Empire," 1964 and "The Bible," 1966. His career high was in "Ben-Hur," in 1959. Boyd was a star in "The Oscar," 1966, and he also played in several B-grade foreign productions …
French historian who specialized in the history and sexuality of family, food and sexuality from the middle ages through the 19th century. He died in August 2001.
Scottish musician, flutist, and saxophonist. He has performed for many different groups and sessions players. Lamont has been a backup singer for the bands Babe Ruth, Herbie Flowers, and Madeline Bell.
American football offensive lineman for the Chicago Bears and the Los Angeles Rams. He also played with the San Francisco 49ers and the Chicago Cardinals. Cross was also a member of the American Football League for Boston Patriots, and the Canadian Football League (Hamilton Tiger-Cats), winning a Grey Cup in 1953. Cross played college football at Stephen F. Austin State …
French screenwriter, director, and author (d. 2003).
American soldier and football player (d. 2013).
American baseball franchise owner, and the owner of New York Yankees. George Steinbrenner, who was the chairman and chief executive of American Ship Building in 1973, headed a group that bought the New York Yankees franchise from CBS for $10 Million. He stated his first news conference as a group owner of the Yankees, saying that they "planned absentee ownership" …
French rugby player. He was selected 49 times at international events between 1953-61 to play as number 8. In 1957-1958, he was the captain of FranceaEUR(tm).
Armenian actor (d. 1993).
Famous birthdays on July 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Massachusetts, USA; NFL team owner (Los Angeles Raiders).
Brocton (Massachusetts) -- NFL team owner (LA Raiders).
American baseball player
French actress who was killed in Paris 12 August 2003.
Italian politician and footballer
French woman, also known as Ivonna-Botto-Shirmammadova, living in Azerbaijan since 1947 who met French President FranASSois Hollande during his Caucasus visit in May 2014. The European Azerbaijan Society assisted her in returning to France in 2011, for the first time since 1964.
Ireland -- Actor (Fantastic Voyage Ben-Hur).
Armenia -- US singer
Italy sport Champion
United Kingdom -- Sci-fi author (1st Family, Blood River)
American baseball manager and player (d. 2011).
Sri Lankan academic and physician (d. 2001).
After winning a beauty competition, she made her acting debut in 1947. She was the sexy star of 60 films, including "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" (where she starred with Burt Lancaster) and "Trapeze." In the 1960s, her film career was halted and she began a second career as an actress and documentarian photographer.
American screenwriter and playwright. He's written more than thirty plays, and almost as many movie screenplays. Most of his plays were adapted from his plays. He is the only writer to have received more Tony and Oscar nominations.
Italian Formula One driver, winner of the first Formula One Championship (Born in 1906).
Argentinian-Spanish coach and footballer (d. 2014).
Florida, USA; actress (Jo-Search for Tomorrow).
Aregentine-Spanish coach and footballer, widely considered one of the greatest of all time.
American race car driver and businessman (d.2008)
American mezzo-soprano and composer, based in Italy. She was able to interpret avant-garde music, including those composed by Luciano Berio and Bruno Maderna. She has also been a translator of works by Claudio Monteverdi and Heitor Villalobos, Kurt Weill and Philipp Zu Eulenburg. She is best known for her composition Stripsody (1966).
American serial homicide. A body found in Hawaii was the result of a homophobic attack and murder that took place on 9/11/1949. On 10/02/1949, another body was discovered. On 10/16/1949, his third victim was found and identified as Carvalho. On 12/05/1952, he was arrested, convicted, and sentenced to prison.
Actor (Gil Rawhide) dies at 41
American product designer and CEO of Fleetwood Enterprises, a manufacturer of mobile homes and RVs. It is the largest U.S. company.
American actress. She was first known as Claudia Barbour Roberts on "One Man's Family," which was a radio soap. It was a popular show that debuted on 11/04/1949. Saint was active in theatre and film in the 1950s, 1960s. Her film "On the Waterfront", starring Marlon Brando, won her acclaim and was awarded the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. The …
Lawyer and politician from Switzerland (d. 2013).
Quincy Military man
American basketball player, he was born in 1948.
French-born American economist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics 1983 for his fundamental contributions to the theory and practice of general equilibrium.
Italian industrialist and editor, founder of a Publishing House founded in 1957. From 1949-1957, he apprenticed at the Safov Fonderie Officine, Turin, and Einaudi publishers, before establishing his own publishing house, Editore Boringhierei S.p.A. He has published many economic and cultural series and aimed to create a bridge between specialists and nonspecialists. He is the vice-president at Bollati Boringhieri Editore, …
Metropolitan Mikhail of Asyut (d. 2014)
American entrepreneur who was a specialist in property development and some would say, bizarre behavior. She was a natural in real estate, and was regarded as a master at turning over properties. She met Harry Helmsley, a hotel millionaire who was 11 years older than her. Together they built a vast financial empire amid personal and corporate intrigue. The couple …
American referee and basketball player (d. 2015).
German footballer and manager (d. 1977).
Famous birthdays on July 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Italian screenwriter and member of the duo Age & Scarpelli with Furio Scarpelli.
Dear Abby, a radio host and journalist from America, was created in 2013.
Spanish bull fighter who was gored to death during a bull fight on 28 August 1947. He died the day after.
French singer, best known for her 1968 interpretation of "Riquita", She passed away on March 10, 2013.
American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher and played one game for the Washington Senators in August 1939.
Japanese-American Japanese-American visitor to Japan became a propagandist broadcaster of English for allied forces during WW II. She was declared an enemy alien and she was unable return to California when war broke out. To support herself, she took up a job with the Japanese. She was one of 13 women who were "Tokyo Rose."
American broadcaster and typist (d. 2006).
Detroit, Michigan -- Singer (Sugar Hill Time).
Italian automobile designer (d. 1997)
Norwegian ceramist. His work is featured in many museums, including the Norwegian National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, London's Victoria and Albert Museum, and Faenza and Vienna museums.
French member of resistance during World War II
French actress, on-screen since 1931. She was a star in French films often playing vamp or coquette roles. She was Miss Paris 1930, and was once Miss Beauty Queen.
Chicago, Illinois -- Television personality (Girl Talk. Where Was I).
American producer and singer (d. 2010).
American author and physicist. He was a pioneer in solid state physics. He died 2 March 2008.
Australian public servant
France sport Champion
Actress (Rose Tianic) / founder (Screen actors Guild).
American scholar and sociologist (d. 2003).
American boxer/slaughterhouse pianist
US Lieutenant Admiral (WWII, Guadalcanal)
Cernoy-en-Berry Military man
New Zealand artist. He was appointed as the nationaEUR(tm), official war artist in January 1941. His work was displayed in Europe and New Zealand and was also reproduced in many magazines. He became a household name through his exposure in The New Zealand Listener.
Famous birthdays on July 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Cardiff, Wales -- Pianist / composer (Concertino Lirico)
French theologian and activist, who was influential in Protestant, Humanist and Human Rights Movements.
Germany Military man
Agen Military man
Italian businessman/Club of Rome Chairman
Scottish citizen and grandfather to Thomas Watt Hamilton, who was born to his child on 5/10/1952. He and his wife adopted the child and raised him as he had raised Thomas' mother Agnes Rankin who was actually his niece.
American actress, interior designer, and costume designer. She is best known for her roles in Hold Your Man (1933), Unknown Blonde (344) and Beggar's Holiday (1934). Douglas MacLean, an American silent movie actor, producer and writer, was her husband. She died 31 May 2000.
San Antonio, Texas -- Actor (Sergeant)
American theater and music critic (Born in 1907)
American discus thrower (d. 1948).
German royalty, the grandson of Kaiser Wilhelm II.
American educator and author (d. 1975).
American author and sailor (d. 1991).
Pianist / vocalist
London, England -- Actress (Ghost Train Tom Jones)
Antwerp (Belgium) -- Organist/composer (Lied Symphony).
Norwegian doctor and Head of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation. He was professor of medicine at the University of Oslo from 1951-1962. After that, he became the head of NRK (1962-1972). He was a driving force behind the organised resistance of the Norwegian phycisians during WW II.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania -- Actor, Star is Born, Human Jungle
American politician (Senator-Republican-California, 1965-71)/actor, dies of Leukemia at age 89.
At 81 years old, a mobster is reported to have died in Miami Beach, Florida.
(Senator-Republican-California)/actor/dancer (MGM Parade).
French surrealist poet, resistance fighter and writer of poems for the movement. On 8 August 1945, he was killed in Camp K2, Theresienstadt (Germany) - a concentration camp for exhaustion, malnutrition.
New Orleans, Louisiana -- Jazz musician (Hello Dolly)