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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on June 4th

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on June 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on June 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

  • Namibian-French director

  • Entrepreneur

  • Anglo girl born in South-West Africa. She published a book that featured remarkable photographs as an 11-year old girl. The book was distributed in 47 countries. She grew up in Africa and was a natural speaker about animals. Her childhood playmates included elephants, monkeys and snakes.

  • Bhutanese wife of Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck

1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on June 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Belgian Thoroughbred horse racing jockey, the son of a horse-racing family. Soumillon tied the French record for winning five races in one day in April 2000. He has won a number of races and was the French champion jockey in 2003 with 207 victories. He won five races on September 10, 2006, and tied the French record for most wins.

  • Reality Star

  • American comedian and actor

  • Russian basketball player

  • Greek footballer


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on June 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • South African-Australian rugby player

  • Japanese footballer

  • French professional road bike racer. He competed between 2001 and 2013. He was a professional cyclist from France, and his greatest career achievement was the Mountain classification of the Tour de France 2010. From 2010 to 2012, he won the Tropicale Amissa Bongo Stage Race in Gabon three times in a row.

  • Australian alternative country singer-songwriter

  • Russian politician and lawyer

  • Russian lawyer and activist. He has been a prominent Russian lawyer and political activist since 2009. His LiveJournal blog has been used to organize large-scale protests to address these issues. He regularly contributes articles to Russian publications such as Forbes Russia. He claimed in a 2011 interview that Putin's political system was so weakened due to corru

  • Angelina Jolie

    The buff heroine of Lara Croft's videogame character, an American actress who is known for being a bit off-beat in her performances as Lara Croft in "Tomb Raider" was a notoriously outlandish American actress. Based on a videogame, the film soared to the top of the box-office when it was released in June 2001. It also earned the highest amount …

  • Russell Brand

    An actor, comedian, author, and radio host from England. Brand became well-known as the host of Big Brother’s Big Mouth in 2004, a Big Brother spinoff. He had his first film role in St Trinian's in 2007, a movie about an anarchic school for uncontrollable young girls. He had a significant role in the 2008 romantic comedy-drama Forgetting Sarah Marshall. …

  • Theo Rossi

    TV Actor

  • Family Member

  • American politician, author, public speaker, and marriage equality activist.

  • Noah Wyle

    American actor. He is best known for his role in "ER" as Dr. John Carter. Noah Wyle received five Emmy Award nominations and three Golden Globe nominations for Best Supporting Actor, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television. He was awarded the TV Guide Award 2001 for Supporting Actor In a Drama Series.

  • James Callis

    English screenwriter and actor

  • Comedian

  • St. Paul, Minnesota -- Playmate

  • Edmonton, Alberta -- Tornado yachter (1996 Olympics)

  • Izabella Scorupco

    Polish-Swedish singer and actress

  • Italian skier who received the Gold Medal in Slalom G on February 22, 1996.

  • English-Canadian producer and DJ

  • German television executive. Hofem Best was the Programme Director at RTL 2 from 2006 to 2006. She introduced programs such as "Big Brother" or "Popstars". From August 2009 to August 2009, she was the Co-CEO at Discovery Communications Germany and was responsible also for the DMAX channel. She is currently director of Sixx, the Women's Channel.

  • Australian rower (1996) Olympics

1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on June 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Rob Huebel

    American comedian, actor, and writer. He is best known for his sketch comedy work in the MTV series Human Giant. He is currently a star on the Adult Swim series Children's Hospital.

  • Oslo, Norway -- Canada Europe class yachter (1996 Olympics)

  • Soccer player (Feyenoord)

  • Horatio Sanz

    Chilean-American screenwriter and producer of actor

  • Bolivar, Venezuela -- Outfielder (Toronto Blue Jays)

  • Scott Wolf

    American actor. He is best known for his roles on the TV series Party of Five as Bailey Salinger and Jake Hartman in Everwood. Chad Decker was born in a Reform Jewish home. He was born in West Orange, New Jersey and graduated from West Orange High School in 1986. He received a Bachelor's degree in finance from The George …

  • Rock Singer

  • American R&B singer

  • Italian coloratura mezzo-soprano opera singer and recitalist. Her interpretations of Mozart and Rossini are her most prominent, but she is also well-known for her performances of less-known Baroque or classical music. Her versatility in playing both mezzo and soprano roles is what makes her stand out. Bartoli is considered a coloratura mezzo-soprano (Koloratur-Mezzosopran) with an unusual timbre. She is one …

  • Toronto, Ontario -- NHL left wing (Toronto Maple Leafs)

  • Shadow Secretary of State for Wales, an English politician

  • Russian mathematician, academic

  • American tennis player and preacher (Anglican Order of Preachers).

  • Musician

  • Australian motorcycle racer

  • NBA forward (New Jersey Nets).


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on June 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Rocker (Winger-17)

  • Agri-businessman ( Farms)

  • Bolivian long-distance runner

  • French entrepreneur and business executive. He is the Chairman of Banque Edmond de Rothschild depuis 2013.

  • CFL corner (Edmonton Eskimos)

  • Julie Gholson

    Birmingham, Alabama -- Actress (Where the Lilies Bloom).

  • Eddie Velez

    American screenwriter and producer of actor directors

  • American actress and singer

  • Scottish crime writer best known for her suspense novels with Dr. Tony Hill. Her works form part of the "Tartan Noir", a genre of crime fiction from Scotland.

  • English writer

  • Scottish singer-songwriter/guitarist (One in a Million Wings Small Faces The Dukes & Thunderclap Newman, 1979).

  • American politician and journalist 6th Governor of Hawaii

  • English producer and guitarist (Samson), (d. 2002).

  • Huser was founded by a Japanese businessman

  • David Yip

    Chinese-British actor who broke all cultural barriers to become the first ethnic leader in a major TV series, "The Chinese Detective" 1981-82. Four documentaries were made about the Chinese community of Liverpool, where he was born. He was also featured in two Bond movies, "A View to a Kill" (1985) and Spielberg's 1987 "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom …

  • Italian film director, and well-known family, Dino Risi is the son. He directed "Appunti su Hollywood" in 1977 and began working with his father as a scriptwriter on a variety of films.

  • Dutch Secretary of State Secretary (CDA).

  • American comic book author and artist

  • Polish runner (d. 1981)


1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on June 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • He is a Canadian actor and a well-known family member. Denys Arcand is his brother. Gabriel has made almost 40 films in French since his 1972 film debut.

  • Astrologer from Canada, who studied with the Canadian Church of Light. Ontario restaurant owner. Married; several kids.

  • Italian racing cyclist, who won the Grande Boucle twice and was second three times. She rode for Italy in the 1988 and 1984 Summer Olympics.

  • Newark sports Champions

  • American politician and lawyer

  • English jump-jockey leader. He was diagnosed with cancer in 1979. He had one of his testes removed. However, the cancer spread to his lymph nodes, and he received chemotherapy. He was declared free of cancer in February 1981 and won the grand national in March 1981.

  • Cuban clarinetist, alto saxophonist and soprano-saxophonist. D'Rivera, the winner of numerous Grammys and other awards has been living in the United States since 1980. Although he has worked in many different settings, he is best known for his Latin jazz playing. He has received six Latin Grammy Awards as well as four Grammy Awards.

  • German footballer

  • American actress (The Mamas & the Papas), singer

  • French politician, member of France's National Assembly representing Haute-Vienne and member of Socialiste radical, citoyen, et autres gauche.

  • American singer and actor. With a few plays in 1985, he did parts and some features. The film industry began to boom in 1986 with a flood of work, including "Men at Work", "To Sleep With Anger" (Colors), and "Colors".

  • American R&B record label executive.

  • Screenwriter and playwright from Australia


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on June 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • American producer and director (d. 2008).

  • Canadian politician and civil servant

  • American author of "Howard Hawks: A Jungian Study," 1987. Branson was a journalist before he was given an inheritance that enabled him to fund a Shakespeare company, make folk records, and write.

  • Scottish politician and journalist 2nd Presiding Officer at the Scottish Parliament

  • American author and physician, he is also a doctor in veterinary medicine and naturopathic practice. He founded "Soaring Eagle," a famous trace mineral company with 70+ employees based in San Diego. His first treatments were for farm animals. He is also known as the "Mineral Doctor". Wallach co-authored eight textbooks and, in 1983, a reference manual on comparative medicine.

  • American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies from 1960 to 1965, and the St. Louis Cardinals from 1966 to 1966.

  • Canadian politician and journalist 23rd Lieutenant Governor, Manitoba (d. 2016).

  • Canadian actress and soprano

  • Dutch actor (Rififi, Amsterdam)

  • Ethiopian diplomat and economist (d. 2013).

  • American Roman Catholic priest who caused a hornet’s nest of distress which began in January 2002. This was a symbol for the troubled priesthood. Geoghan, who was accused of sexual abuse as far back as 1972, was moved around from one parish to another while the church denied the problem. It settled claims discretely and sent its pedophile priests away …

  • French ecclesiastic. He is a Roman Catholic Cardinal and Archbishop of Bordeaux. On June 29, 1961, he was ordained as a priest. He was a professor and administrator at The Catholic Institute of Toulouse (1967-1972) after completing his doctoral degree.

  • Vincentian politician and educator, 6th Governor General of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

  • Author and conservationist from Kenyan-British

  • Irish cyclist (Born 1934).

  • American merchandise marketer and CEO at Dominion Bancshares in Virginia. Dalhouse holds a BS degree in Commerce. Dalhouse instills an esprit in his employees and enjoys running for pleasure and enjoyment.

  • Belgian Roman Catholic priest, Archbishop Malines-Brussels since December 19, 1979. He was elevated to Cardinal on February 2, 1982. In 1957, he was ordained priest. He received his doctorate from the Catholic University of Leuven and taught there after he finished.

  • American politician who was the 41st Governor for the U.S state of Arkansas. From 1981 to 1983, he served one term of two years. He is one of only two people who defeated Bill Clinton in an electoral election. The other being John Paul Hammerschmidt, a former U.S. Representative from Harrison, Arkansas.

  • CEO (British Horseracing Betting Levy Board).

  • John Drew Barrymore

    American actor (d. 2004).

  • New Zealand playwright and author (d. 2004).

  • American jazz composer and arranger (Born in 1932).

  • California, USA; actor ("Pantomine Quiz").

  • American actor, born to a prominent theatrical family. He made his debut in film as a teenager. His rebellious nature, drug and violence issues, and his career, hampered his success and destroyed his personal life. His credits include "The Sundowners," 1950 and "While the City Sleeps," 1956. He also appeared in "Nights of Rasputin," 1961, and "War of the Zombies," …

  • American actress and singer who became a recording artist in 1955. She also toured the nightclub circuit for 25 years. In 1962, she released "A Taste of Honey," her most famous song. King married Willie Dennis (a trumpeter) and was divorced in 1965. In 1971, she made her film debut in "The Godfather", as Mama Corleone.

  • English politician Lord Lieutenant of Moray and air marshal for England

  • Russian ice hockey coach and player (d. 2014).

1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on June 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • Günter Strack
  • Scientist

  • German actor. He is most well-known for his roles in various soap operas in Germany. He was a straight-forward, disciplined actor who also enjoyed the pleasures of the taste buds. His weight was close to 100 kilos (200 pounds). At 69 years old, he died from heart failure in Munchsteinach (Germany) on January 18, 1999.

  • Producer

  • Ruth Westheimer

    Dr. Ruth, a German-American psychosexual therapist, is well-known. She is a flamboyant psychiatrist, writer, and broadcaster. Her cheerful German accent makes it easy to give sex advice, such as chicken soup, which has made her a hugely successful radio host. She was a pioneer in radio talk-shows and started a 15-minute show, "Sexually Speaking", in September 1980. She was a …

  • Italian film director; debut 1955 at Piccolo Theater in Geneva, and on TV with a Gastone Tanzi thriller. Between 1960-1986, he directed theatrical productions and worked on over 15 films. Fenoglio was awarded a diploma as a film director from the Academy of Dramatic Arts, Rome.

  • French trade unionist who was the chairman of French Confederation of Christian Workers. (French ConfA(c]dA(c]ration franASSaise des workers chrA[c]tiens, CFTC). This is one of five major French confederations of unions that are part of the social Christian tradition.

  • Geoffrey Palmer

    British actor (Smacks & Thistle).

  • Nationally recognized Danish film director. Carlsen is the Grand-Old Man of Danish Film Culture. He won a prize at Cannes Film Festival in 1960s for his film "Hunger".

  • Medford, Massachusetts -- Actress (Edie grant-Mary Tyler Moore).

  • Dennis Weaver

    American actor who played the role of Chester, a low-key character in "Gunsmoke," between 1955-1964. He was versatile, talented and political-aware. In 1970, Weaver was a recognized star on his own series "McCloud." He starred in seven TV shows and was awarded an Emmy in 1959. He has been married to Gerry since 2000. They have three children and three …

  • Prime Minister of Samoa (d.1999)

  • Missouri, USA; actor

  • American basketball player, he was a three-season pro basketball player who began his career in 1947. He was 56 years old when he died.

  • Samoan politician, 5th Prime Minister of Samoa (d.1999)

  • American actor (d.2011)

  • American basketball player and athlete. He served a three-year period in WWII as a Marine Corps officer (from 1943-1946). From 1947-1958, he was a Royals player/coach. On May 5, 1987, he was inducted into The Hall of Fame.

  • Slovenian-Argentinian philosopher and academic (d. 2006)

  • Argentine philosopher from Slovenia (d. 2006).

  • Russ/French ballerina (Pavlova Prize 1957)


1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on June 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • French educator and study director of social economics at the Moroccan Institute of High Studies in 1951. He was the Unesco expert on Egypt from 1953 to '55. He was also a Professor 1956 to '81 and then an Honorary Professor at College de France. The President of several ministerial missions from 1981 to 1985, the Arabian socioologist wrote many …

  • The hovercraft was invented by an English engineer (d. 1999).

  • Brie-Comte-Robert Military man

  • British inventor and engineer (d. 1999).

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on June 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • Austrian news figure, half-niece to Adolf Hitler. Hitler first fell in love with Geli (short form for Angela) when he was 36 and she was 17. His half-sister, his mother, convinced him to live in the house with the girl at Berchtesgaden, his mountain retreat. "Uncle Alf" was soon escorting the girl to cafes and movies in Munich. The pictu

  • Chancellor (Brunei University)

  • French Catholic priest who was Bishop of Soissons between 22 May 1963 and 13 February 1984.

  • Waterbury, Connecticut -- Actress

  • Actor/director (Yankee Doodle Dandy Keeper of Flame).

  • French priest who was the bishop of Monaco between 1953 and 1962. He is most well-known for marrying Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier, 18 April 1956. He was elected Bishop of FrA(c), Jus, and Toulon in 1962. He retired in 1983.

  • French philosopher, epistemologist and author. He had a profound influence on philosophers Deleuze and Derrida. He was married only once.

  • La Genevraye physician

  • Austrian parapsychologist, author, and professor of neuroscience. He was an M.D. and conducted research in neurology, neurosurgery and psychiatry in San Francisco and Buenos Aires. He was a professor of neuropsychiatry in Austria at the University of Innsbruch from 1938 to 1986. He also visited India to conduct field work in neuropsychiatry, to examine cases of psi phenomena and to …

  • Punjabi social activist (d. 1992)

  • Russian conductor

  • Galician politician, financial officer. He is regarded as one of the most influential Galicianist intellectuals in the Spanish Second Republic. He was a founding member and key figure of the Partido Galeguista, the Galicianist Party. This is the origin of modern Galician nationalism.

  • Costa Rican sculptor, Juan Manuel Sanchez and Francisco Zuniga are two of the most well-known of the Generation of Thirty or New Generation Nationalist Sensibility.

  • La Croisille physician

  • India -- Field hockey goal tender (1928 Olympics, Gold Medalist).

  • German theologian. Weber was educated at Bonn and TA 1/4 Bingen. He joined the Nazi Party in 1933 and became a member for a brief time of the German Christians group. He was appointed professor at the University of GAPttingen in 1934. He was against the Confessing Catholic witness and felt guilt after the war for his participation in Nazi …

  • Italy Scientist

  • The Republic of Indonesia's first president (d. 1967).

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