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

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2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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

  • British family, son of Spice Girl Victoria Adams (later Victoria Beckham) and her boyfriend, soccer star David Beckham.

  • YouTube Star

  • Camila Cabello is a Cuban-American singer and songwriter known for her solo hits such as 'Havana' and for being a former member of the girl group Fifth Harmony.

  • YouTube Star

  • Nat Zang is a TV actor known for his role as 10K in the TV series Z Nation.


1989 - 1980

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

  • French-Italian figure skating champion, originally competing for France, switched to Italy in 2006-07. He is the 2009 European silver medalist, and five-time national champion of Italy (2008aEUR'12).

  • Kim Smith is an American actress known for her roles in various films and television shows.

  • English director and rapper of the English actor

  • South African rugby union footballer


1979 - 1970

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


1969 - 1960

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

  • American singer and lead singer of alternative rock band, "The Lemonheads."

  • Sam Taylor-Wood is an English conceptual artist known for her photography and film work, as well as for being a prominent figure in the Young British Artists movement.

  • An English-Dutch businessman. He is the only child of Jane Goodall, a British primatologist, and Hugo van Lawick, a Dutch wildlife photographer and filmmaker. He was affectionately known as 'Grub' because he was raised in Africa's jungle. His parents' book, "Grub the Bush Baby", (1970) documented his infancy through photographs and stories. He lives in Tanzania with his wife and …

  • German botanist and taxonomist

  • Irish radio, television personality and radio producer

  • American model and actress

  • American professional basketball and baseball player. After being selected by the Oakland A's as a free-agent baseball player in 1986, he began playing basketball for Phoenix Suns in 1987 as a first round draft selection. He retired from the Suns in May 2000 after 12 seasons. He ran a successful campaign to be elected mayor of Sacramento, CA in 2008.

  • American politician and accountant


1959 - 1950

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

  • Kay Lenz

    American actress who was a star in both TV and film. She started out in teenage-mother-victim roles for which she earned her first Emmy award in 1974. In 1976, she was a part of the ABC mini-series drama "Rich Man, Poor Man". Lenz's career was difficult in the 1980s. Lenz had so many difficulties getting roles in television and film …

  • English historian and astrologer

  • French singer-songwriter

  • Cuban-American producer and drummer

  • Scott Hicks

    The movie "Shine", the story of David Helfgott, was directed by an Australian filmmaker. The movie, which focuses on Helfgott's personal life, was released at the Sundance Film Festival, 1/21/1996. It was a well-received film. The film received seven Oscar nominations at the 1997 Academy Awards ceremony.

  • Ronn Moss

    American actor who plays Ridge Forrester in the "The Bold and the Beautiful" daytime soap. This handsome addition to TV soaps since 1989. He was previously a bass player in the rock band "Players", which released a few albums and toured. He was a part of a 1983 Spanish movie that was shot in Spain.

  • Italian singer who is also a musician and a singer in a band. His most well-known LPs include "Gloria", 1979, and "Hurrah", 1984.

  • Marc DutrouxaEUR (tm)s French accomplice. He was a drug addict and was buried with Julie Lejeune, MA(c)lissa Russellso.

  • American-Canadian politician and lawyer

  • English rock guitarist (Fool If It Is Over).

  • In January 1997, Newcastle United's manager was named as a Scottish soccer coach. The team was officially registered in Newcastle on October 10, 1990 at 00:00 GMT. Kenny assumed control after a disappointing 1997-98 season. He was replaced by a new teammate on 8/27/1998. Ruud Gullit was his successor.

  • Barbara de Angelis is a best-selling author, relationship expert, and motivational speaker known for her work in the field of personal growth and self-help.

  • German politician and educator German Federal Minister for Education and Research

  • Montenegrin politician, 4th Prime Minister of Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (d.2013)


1949 - 1940

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

  • French actress and writer, best known for her part in Borsalino (1970), directed by Jacques Deray with Alain Delon, Jean-Paul Belmondo. She was interested in astrology and published "The sun at the 12th House". Jean Yanne was her actor husband. She married FranASSois Va(c)ry in 1986, but they divorced in 1993.

  • Actor and screenwriter from Icelandic-American (d. 2015).

  • American guitarist (Devo)

  • South African singer

  • American actress (d. 1993).

  • Italian film actress

  • Frank Novak

    American actor

  • Gary Williams

    American basketball coach and player

  • Washington-based lawyer, and current White House Counsel for President Barack Obama

  • Providence Writer

  • American set decorator (d. 2000)

  • German law scholar and ex-judge of the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany

  • Kaunas (Lituania) -- Actor (HamlynStrange Report).

1939 - 1930

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

  • Paula Prentiss

    American actress. She is a leading lady in Hollywood films and is adept at comedy roles. She was a sensitive performer and had several films to her credit. However, she suffered a heart attack while filming "What's New Pussycat?" In 1965, she was admitted to hospital for nine months.

  • Guinean politician president of Guinea

  • Sri Lankan political strategist (Born 1938)

  • French astrologer, author of the book "L'astrologie et le thA"me astral par les couleurs, Une nouvelle approche des grandes traditions."

  • Political strategist and negotiator (d.2006)

  • American segregationist and sheriff (Born in 1922)

  • The Flying Scot was a Scottish racecar that won 25 Grand Prix races. Clark was the first man to win the Formula One world driving championship in 1963 and the Indy 400 in 1954.

  • German composer, pianist, and accompanist. He is best known for his literary operas. The opera Lear, his version of Shakespeare's King Lear was composed at Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau's suggestion. Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau sang the title role.

  • West Indian trombonist (d. 2001).

  • Emeritus Professor and Senior Investigator at Imperial College London's Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

  • French sculptor

  • American chemist and CEO of Harris, an orchid grower. Hartley is interested in technical engineering. He also holds a BSEE and BSEE Chemistry degrees.

  • France sport Champion

  • Norwegian literary researcher. From 1970 to 1982, she was Professor of French Literature at the University of Oslo. She was married to Robert Amadou, a French writer and researcher, 1957-1961.

1929 - 1920

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

  • Dutch conductor of international allure

  • American actor, best known for his roles as a doctor in soap operas. From 1959-1961, he was a part of "From These Roots," an American TV soap. Huebing was then cast as Dr. Steve Lloyd in "The Doctors" from 1964-1965, and Dr. Peter Taylor in "General Hospital" from 1969-1979. Since 1965, when he appeared in "Green Acres", Huebing has made …

  • Catalan composer

  • English manager and footballer (d. 2015).

  • Austrian academic and painter

  • German-American composer and conductor

  • Britain -- Writer (Loneliness for the Long Distance Runner).

  • French writer, specializing in detective novels.

  • Brazilian notable family, the son Carlos Drummond de Andrade

  • France Writer

  • American tennis player, champion of Wimbledon Men's Singles in 1951.

  • Bayonne sports Champions

  • American magician and author

  • Massachusetts, USA; actor (Eiger Sanction, Rocky, Nero Wolfe, Savages).

  • French orchestra leader and conductor of Le Grand Orchestre de Paul Mauriat. He was a specialist in easy listening. His million-selling remake of AndrA (c) Popp's Love is Blue, which was #1 for five weeks in 1968, is his most well-known American recording. El Bimbo, Toccata and Penelope are just a few of his other recordings. He was 81 years …

  • Since 1987, French Catholic priest and bishop emeritus de Digne

  • English academic and chemist

  • British astronomer, who has been on TV since late 1950's. Moore's astronomy program, "The Sky at Night", was launched on April 24, 1957, 10:30 PM in London. He has never missed a single show since then. Before moving into public media, he began his career as a pilot. He also trained RAF pilots. His articles and books on astronomy contain …

  • Italian Olympic show jumper

  • Former editor of the Chicago Tribune and author

  • English poet and author (d. 2011).

  • Duchess of Oldenburg

  • Joan Greenwood

    London, England -- Actress/director (Amorous Mr Prawn).

  • French neurologist, son of Jean Lhermitte, neurologist.

  • French actress who starred in more than twenty films between the 1940s and 1950s. She died in Paris on 26 March 1971.

  • English-Australian tennis player

  • Egyptian-American composer and educator

  • French politician, senator and minister, as well as mayor of Rouen for 25 years.

  • Scottish comedian, actor. He was an experienced actor in the Old Vic, West End, and Broadway and became active in television and some films between 1954-1999.

  • Jennings rancher.

1919 - 1910

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

  • Italian writer, poet, essayist and novelist. He is best known for his psychological novels, particularly "The Garden of the Finzi Contini."

  • Hans Jurgen Eysenck was a German-born British psychologist known for his work on intelligence and personality.

  • German-British psychologist and astrologist. He was the most prolific psychologist of his time, and was editor of numerous papers and books. He also wrote over 700 journal articles and 30 books. He was the son of actors and was raised by his grandmother. He was a sceptic growing up and left Germany in 1934 to study psychology in London. His …

  • American actor, producer and writer (d. 1997)

  • American actor (d. 1981).

  • American physicist (d. 2000).

  • Italian soccer player. He was a striker for USC Triestina and Vicenza in Serie A. He was also a world champion for Italy in Serie B with Padova. He scored four goals at the 1938 FIFA World Cup. One in Italy's quarterfinal, semifinal and final victories and two in the final. He died 27 July 1991.

  • American child prodigy novelist (disappeared in 1939).

  • Italian footballer (d. 1991).

  • American architect and sculptor, physicist (d. 2000).

  • Brazilian politician, lawyer and public attorney. His popularity was high and he left office because of health issues.

  • Polish-born actor

1909 - 1900

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

  • American real estate entrepreneur (d. 1997)

  • American secret agent for the FBI. He lived a double life, as a communist party member, starting in February 1943. He was an undercover agent for seven years until he was called to testify at Capitol. He lived a double existence, which even his wife didn't know about. His identity was revealed and his marriage ended. His wife fled with …

  • American chemical engineer (d. 1987).

  • Puerto Rican nationalist, who witnessed the Ponce Massacre. He was the military instructor of the Cadets of the Republic and was granted permission by Ponce Mayor Tormos Diego for a parade to commemorate the abolition of slavery as well as to protest the imprisonment of its leaders including Pedro Albizu Campos. The police riot that followed the parade was known …

  • American engineer and chemist (d. 1987).

  • American actor (d. 1978).

  • 1st Duke de Carrero-Blanco (Spanish admiral, d. 1973).

  • From 1964 to 10/23/1980, he was a Russian politician and Communist Premier. Due to ill health, he was the Chairman of Russia's Council of Ministers.

  • Spanish politician and admiral, 69th President of Spain's Government (d. 1973).

  • American actor and author (d. 1978)

  • American bridge expert. He earned a law degree in 1922 and practiced until his mid-30s, when he switched to contract bridge. Goren was the author or more than 50 books that were translated into nine languages. He was syndicated in daily newspaper columns.

  • Canadian scientist (d. 1986).

  • Malagasy/French poet (d. 377)

  • German film actor who died February 1990 in Baden-Baden.

  • Malagasy-French playwright and poet (d. 1937).

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