List of celebrities and famous people who were born on November 4th
Famous birthdays on November 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002007
Twins from America, children of a noted parent. Their mother Nancy Grace, a CNN anchorwoman and lawyer, was 48 when they were born. Grace is married to David Linch. The couple has their first child, the twins.
Famous birthdays on November 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Soap Opera Actress
Egyptian tennis player
American ice dancer
Filipino figure skater
Ric Porizkova is the rocker's son and Paulina Porizkova is the model
American kidnap victim and adoptee. She was adopted by Laura Hong, a foster mom. In March 1995, Hong was granted custody by a court order. She was granted legal custody of her child in June 1995. The rights of the birth mother to custody were also terminated.
Dutch tennis player
Famous birthdays on November 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Australian netball player
South Korean singer-songwriter and actor (Big Bang)
Canadian actress and producer of singer-songwriters
South African race car driver
American educator (d. 2012).
American singer painter, blogger
Japanese tennis player
Russian journalist and astrophysicist (d. 2014).
French soccer/football goalkeeper. He spent his entire career at Le Mans (1999-1909) and now plays for Sochaux in Ligue 2.
American football player
American football player
British motorcyclist, lorry mechanic, and occasional TV presenter.
Samoan-New Zealand rugby player (d. 2015.)
American football coach and player
Famous birthdays on November 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Model and cast member of American reality TV
New York; actress (Secret Garden).
American actor and singer on television
American porn director and actress
American baseball player
American baseball player
French professional road bike racer, who won GP Ouest-France 2003.
Belgian actress and model
South Korean actor, model, and swimmer
American baseball player
Miss Universe - Malta (1996)
Japanese mixed martial artist and teacher
German politician and banker German Federal Minister for Health
Japanese motorcycle racer
Brazilian race car driver
Soap Opera Actress
American basketball player: Clippers, center/forward
American basketball player
Russian handball player
Anjou, Canada -- NHL goalie (NY Islanders)
Utah, United States -- Singer (Osmond Boys)
Australian television personality and chef
Canadian ice hockey player
American football player
Russian handball player
American singer-songwriter/drummer (At The Drive-In The Mars Volta Everywhere De Facto, and The Fall On Deaf Ears).
English actress and singer (Eternal).
French soccer player, who was an attacking midfielder in LB ChAC/teauroux.
Producer and actress from Japan
Portuguese footballer and sportscaster
Indian actress and singer
NFL wide receiver (Buffalo Bills)
American television personality and chef
North Battleford, Saskatchewan -- NHL goalie (New Jersey Devils)
Swedish opera singer
Estonian cyclist (d.2003)
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (No Use For a Name and Scorpios). (d. 2012).
Famous birthdays on November 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American actor who made his film debut in 1993's comedy "Dazed And Confused". McConaughey also started his own production company, j.k.livinaEUR (tm). He directed, wrote, and produced "The Rebel" in 1998. In 1998, McConaughey also produced and directed "Making Sandwiches", 1998.
Italian foil fencing champion, winner of the Olympic Gold Medal at Barcelona 1992.
American basketball player: Forward/Center
American rapper and record producer
American actress/activist (Elizabeth Lime Street), who dies at the age of 13 (born 1972).
Germany -- Australian canoeist (1996 Olympics).
Sweden -- Tennis star
CFL defensive back (Edmonton Eskimos)
Puerto Rico -- Infielder (Cleveland Indians).
American educator and author critic
American porn producer and director
American family of distinction, Kitty Dukakis' second daughter, was 20 years old when her father ran for the presidency.
Holguin, Cuba -- Pitcher - SF Giants
La Ramona (Dominican Republic), Infielder (Toronto Blue Jays).
Paris, France -- US Water Polo 2m Offense (1992 Olympics, 96 Olympics, 4th Place)
Hackansack, New Jersey -- Infielder (LA Dodgers)
Japanese producer and songwriter
Turkish screenwriter and director of actor
Los Angeles, California -- Playmate (Dec, 1989)
Safety in the NFL (Carolina Panthers).
[Damon Wimbley]; rapper (Fat Boys - "Jail House Rock").
Japanese guitarist (X Japan and Rain)
American musician (Yngwie malmsteen, Journey).
English singer and actress
American singer-songwriter (Talisman, Soul SirkUS).
French antiaEUR"nuclear activist, president of Tchernoblaye Association, and speaker at "Sortir du nuclA (c)aire" Network between 2002 and 2010.
NFL center/guard (Houston Oilers / Tennessee Oilers).
Dearborn, Michigan -- Guitarist (Signs of Life).
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (StaticX) (d. 2014.)
French violinist, musician. She studied at the "Conservatoire National SupA(c)rieur de Musique de Paris". She then collaborated with French pop artists. In 2010, she was married to Manuel Valls, a French minister.
Japanese singer and actress with a Japanese voice
Adelaide, South Australia -- South Australia State champion 1993/94 - Golfer
Italian aristocracy: Don Alessandro de Calabria, the nephew to Queen Paolo di Belgium. He married Princess Mafalda de Savola-Aosta, Tuscany, on 9/18/1994. They have since split.
French comedian and imitator who has a television career.
Scottish singer. She was a child star in Scotland at the age of ten, singing "Ma He's making Eyes At Me" and "If My Friends Could See Me Now." Later, she became anorexic.
Canadian singer/guitarist (ZA(c),bulon)
Canadian singer and guitarist Zebulon
Japanese singer-songwriter and producer (Rebecca)
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Spanish actress and singer
American television host
New York, USA. Actor (Karate Kid Eight is Enough).
Mexico -- Canadian Tour golfer (1995 Philippine Open)
American composer and academic
American pianist, composer and conductor
Steven Sherer was sentenced for the murder of his wife Sami to 60 years imprisonment, but her body was never recovered.
American producer and host of television
Lord Mayor of Liverpool, an English politician
Northern Irish manager and footballer
French cyclist holds the world speed record for a bicycle on both snow and gravel. His record on snow is 222 km/h (138 mph), which he achieved in Les Arcs. On gravel, it is 172 km/h (107 mph), which he achieved at Cerro Negro volcano in Nicaragua. His French nickname is aEURoeBaron RougeaEUR which stands for Red Baron.
American writer and artist
German pop singer from the Neue Deutsche Welle
Famous birthdays on November 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Canadian actor and stuntman
French politician, Montreuil mayor and member of Europe A%0cologieaEUR "The Greens. She was a French senator in the dA(c).partement de Seine-Saint-Denis. Dominique Voynet was elected Green candidate in the 2007 presidential election. She received 576,666 votes (1.57%) in the first round, but failed to make it to the second round.
American television executive
English politician and activist
Prime Minister of Australia (2013-2015), and Leader of Liberal Party. Since 1994, he has been the Member for Warringah of the Parliament.
Russian gymnast and coach
English politician and businessman
American keyboard player and songwriter (Dream Theater Liquid Tension Experiment, and Dixie Dregs).
Rock guitarist (Night Ranger).
English guitarist and songwriter (The Pretenders), (Born 1956).
Swedish singer-songwriter (The Mekons).
Finnish politician and journalist, 40th Prime Minister of Finland
Danaiscotta (Maine) -- Actor (Tonio - As the World Turns).
Indian scholar and poet
English singer-songwriter and guitarist (Squeeze and Difford & Tilbrook).
Aardman Animations was co-founded by producer and director of English animators, Aardman Animations.
English footballer (d. 2013)
Canadian race car driver
American academic and nurse
Cuban-American politician and businessman 35th United States Secretary Of Commerce
American baseball manager and player (d. 2012).
Canadian screenwriter and producer of actor producers
Pope Tawadros II of Alexandria
President of Romania
English performance artist (Throbbing Gristle Chris and Cosey).
US singer/songwriter/producer (Instant Replay).
English singer-songwriter (Throbbing Gistle and Chris & Cosey).
Romanian politician and captain, 4th President of Romania
California, USA; actress (Christine-Night Court).
Virgin Group was founded by an English businessman
Famous birthdays on November 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American Astrologer and Author. He has been in practice since 1967. He is the author of "Dynamics of Aspect Analysis" (CRCS Publications), "Twelve Faces of Saturn," and "Alive and Well with Uranus," as well as "Alive and Well with Pluto" and "Alive and Well with Uranus," (Llewellyn Publications). Llewellyn will release "All Around The Zodiac": Exploring Astrology’s Twelve Signs in …
North Carolina, USA; actor ("Jenny-The Jeffersons")
Japanese photographer and author
French festival director and theatre director. Head of the Paris Summer Festival.
New Zealand-English photographer and painter (d. 2014).
President of Mali: Malian soldier and politician
American actor director and producer manager (d. 2003).
Turkish screenwriter and director producer
Finnish politician, daughter of politician Veikko Vennamo and sister to politician Pekka Vennamo.
Chester, Pennsylvania -- PGA golfer (1995 Deposit Guaranty)
USSR -- Pairs figure skater (1972, 76 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Russian figure skater and coach
Australian cricketer and coach
USSR -- Parallel bars gymnast (1980 Olympics – Gold Medalist).
American First Lady, wife of George W. Bush. She was inaugurated as President on January 20, 2001. Laura is a low-key, minimalist woman who doesn't care about designer clothes or pretensions in high society. However, she has strong opinions. Although she seems to have followed the example of Barbara, her mother-in law, when it comes to putting her family first, …
American contemporary photographer, whose prints started at $5,000 and sittings at $10,000. In August 1988, the Whitney Museum displayed a retrospective of his photographs. He studied at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn between 1963-1970. After that he started his career as an independent filmmaker and artist. His black-and-white photographs of men, many of them explicitly homosexual, were first noticed in the …
Indian columnist, author, and journalist. He is most well-known as a columnist and satirist. Suraiya was a former editor of editorial opinion and associate editor of The Times of India.
French senior official who was killed on March 6, 2009.
Long Beach artists
Dutch saxophonist / conductor (WB Collective)
American voice actress
American singer (The Supremes).
American tennis player.
French skier and race car driver (d. 2001).
Novelist (Adventures Of John Difool).
American documentary and commercial producer. He was an Amway distributor and he had a pyramid under him. His sales figures were also in the upper ranks of the company.
General of the French army, and "Gouverneur des Invalides" from 1 July 2002 to 30 Juni 2009.
French heritage manager who was Chief Curator at Paris' Museum of Decorative Arts from 1953 to 1985.
Dutch actor (Goede Tijden Slechte Tijden)
German poet. He is regarded as one of Germany's most prominent haiku-writers.
South African-English academic and author
Algerian-born French stage actress and film star, Algerian-born. She was born to a French military dad and a jewish mom. In 1966, she appeared in "The Thief in Paris" on film and first performed on stage in 1963.
American Country-Western singer, whose songs have been included on albums by country artists such as Vince Gill, Emmylou Harris and Waylon Jennings. McClinton was born in Lubbock Texas and grew up in Fort Worth. McClinton and "The Straitjackets", one of his first bands played at JackaEUR(tm), a local honky-tonk. He learned how to play the harmonica and the history of …
Alger - AlgA(c)rie Actor
French football manager and real estate mogul.
Famous birthdays on November 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
French writer and philosopher.
English politician and academic Secretary of State for the Environment Transport and the Regions
American illustrator and author
Indian calculating prodigy
American actress. Star of the TV series M*A*S*H*. For her roles in the series, she won Emmys in 1979 and 1981 for Best Supporting Actress. Her films include "Freebie & the Bean", and "Race With the Devil." She also performed in "Same Time Next Year" on Broadway.
Based in Auckland, Irish-New Zealand political commentator and TV host. Brian Edwards arrived in New Zealand in 1964 as a young professor to teach German at the University of Canterbury. After "the three most miserable and difficult years" in his life, he decided to leave the university to pursue a career as a television producer. He was a major figure …
Canadian politician and academic 31st Canadian Minister for Finance
New Jersey, USA; actress ("Hotlips Houlihan-M*A*S*H).
President of Madagascar
French historian, academic, archivist, and palaeographer who died in Beirut, Lebanon, 24 March 2004
American poet. He is a leading American poet. A liberal Democrat, he takes politics personally. In April 2000, he won the Pulitzer Prize for his book of poems about hurt and healing, "Repairs".
British writer (Born 1886).
English composer and conductor
American choreographer, actor, and dancer. He is best known for his role in "West Side Story", (1957). Abbott was the assistant choreographer of Jerome Robbins for many years. He was the principal choreographer of the film version "Fiddler on the Roof" (1964).
Dutch poetess/author (Charlotte Life or Theater).
Nobel Prize winner for Chinese physicists and engineers
Nigerian colonel, politician President of Biafra (d.2011)
American baseball player
US high jumper (1956 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
Austrian diplomat and politician 10th President of Austria (d.2004)
Irish-American singer-songwriter (The Clancy Brothers), (d. 2007).
Pennsylvania, USA; actor/director
Catholic ecclesiastic, hard-pressed to resign during the early 2002 scandals regarding the church's cover up of pedophiliac priests. He is struggling against a tide of public disapproval about the millions the R.C. church is spending to cover up the extent of child sex abuse conducted by priests. Law was ordained on 5/21/1961, Archbishop of Boston on 3/23/1984. Made Cardinal on …
American artist, painter.
Oklahoma, USA; singer/actress (Little Rascals).
American baseball player and sportscaster
Missouri, USA; actress (Angie, Maggie, Emmy 1983).
Indian academic pharmacologist (d. 2015).
American horse and dog breeder, residing in Dawson, IL. She was most recently involved in the breeding and showing champion Sussex Spaniels. She was a past president of Sussex Spaniel Society and an active member the Coton de Tulear Club as well as its rescue society. Nan has a long-standing interest in astrology and once published an annual calendar to …
Danish actor (Born 1930).
London, England -- Actress (Heaven Help US).
American journalist and author (d. 2012.)
Duke University, 1951. He was a basketball player in his junior year, despite being 5'11". After graduating from school, he signed with the Pittsburgh Pirates on 6/16/1952. He was a shortstop and moved into baseball. Three days later, he played his first professional game in the majors.
American painter (d. 1967).
Famous birthdays on November 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
French food journalist, co-founder of Gault Millau guides. He invented the term "nouvelle cuisine". However, he later regretted it.
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American doctor who tried unsuccessfully to save John F. Kennedy from being shot in Dallas, Texas, 22 November 1963.
Washington Senators, Cleveland Indians
Indian writer and mental computer, also known as the "human calculator". Her talents as a child prodigy eventually earned her a place on the 1982 edition of The Guinness Book of World Records.
Austrian politician, member of the Austrian Social Democratic Party.
Spanish accordion player and Spanish clown singer (d. 2012).
Actor and screenwriter in Israel (d. 1987).
Actor and singer from England (d. 1971).
American vibraphone player and drummer (d. 2005).
American experimental poet (Born 1928).
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American artist whose story is more fiction than reality. He was the son of a Navajo Indian mom and a white missionary dad. He spent his childhood on the Navajo Reservation near Chinle in Arizona. He was an incorrigible fugitive, a stowaway and a spy agent. He also survived a WW II prison camp. He returned to his Indian roots …
Diplomat and economist from Sri Lanka (d. 2013).
Actor and screenwriter from Bangladeshi-Indian origin (d. 1976).
French writer, composer, journalist, and illustrator
Dutch industrialist who transformed an Amsterdam brewery into one the largest brewing companies in the world. Heineken was his name and synonymous with his product.
Author and academic of the American soldier (d. 2001).
American writer: A memoirist, fiction writer and poet from Dallas, Texas. He is also an influential book critic in Dallas. He was a newspaper journalist and had served as a book critic and editor for the Editorial Page of the Dallas Times Herald. JKF was assassinated. Greene left full-time journalism to write a number of books on Texas history and …
Dutch businessman (d.2002)
Canadian ice hockey coach and politician
Actor and screenwriter from Switzerland (d. 2006).
French writer, influenced in part by C.G. Jung.
American aristocrat, curator of museums, and collector of photos. Wagstaff was the principal inheritor of the vast Wagstaff fortune and a patron of Robert Mapplethorpe. His largest photo collection was sold to the Getty Museum in 1984. His silver was also sold at an auction by Christie's.
American mathematician, who broke the military codes of Japan and Germany as a young naval officer during World War II. He was once married and had three children. Gleason was killed in an automobile accident on 17 October 2008.
American scientist and engineer (d.2004)
Belgian mathematician (Numbers Game)
Famous birthdays on November 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American actor on stage since 1935. He was the greatest actor of characters in theater, TV and movies. His first stage appearance was in 1935's "Pot Boiler", and his debut in New York came in 1941. His first movie, "On The Waterfront," was his debut film. He began TV in 1948. He was a highly accomplished actor, and was frequently …
English race car driver and businessman (d.2015)
American actress (d.2013)
French actress on stage and screen, who was a member of the jury for the 1953 Cannes Film Festival.
American comedian and actor on TV, stage and screen. He started his career as a radio comedian and gained a reputation for being a prominent character actor on Broadway. He was injured while serving in the military during WW II and left with a limp. Carney was a stand-in comedian for Jackie Gleason on the sitcom "The Honeymooners", which ran …
Dallastown, Pennsylvania -- Actor (Buck High Chaparral).
American broadcaster. He was the first to cover the Presidential nominating conventions. For more than twenty years, he was the CBS evening news anchor. He was a familiar and trusted fixture in American homes throughout the '60s through the '70s. He was born and raised in the heartland and he exuded a cheerful optimism that reflected the everyday man: "work …
American Marine and Medal of Honor Recipient (d. 1945).
American businesswoman and inventor, Barbie doll (d. 2002).
English author and economist (d. 2015).
Historian of science
American actor. He was handsome, charming, and friendly. His quirky humor made him a great choice for romantic comedy on TV, film, and stage.
Russian composer and pianist (d. 1978).
fashion designer (Bell Bottoms).
American actress, singer, and dancer (d. 1952).
Famous birthdays on November 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
American baseball manager and player (d. 1986).
American soccer player (Born in 1909)
American colonel and pilot (d.2012)
French essayist, novelist, journalist, and theatre critic.
Polish-born British physicist, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize (Born in 1908)
American photographer and cinematographer (d. 1997).
Polish physicist and Nobel laureate (d.2005)
Pennsylvania, United States -- Actor ("Black Widow")
German concert pianist
Croatian-German pianist (d.2013)
Scottish psychiatrist, professor of psychological medicine at University of Glasgow in 1948. Rodger is also the author of "Psychology in Relation to Medicine" 1963. He was married with three children.
American psychologist who established Harvard's Psycho-Acoustic Laboratory to study psychoacoustics. Stevens' power-law was introduced by him. Stevens wrote a landmark textbook, the "Handbook of Experimental Psychology", a 1400+-page text (1951). He was also one the founders of the Psychonomic Society. He introduced the theory of levels of measurement in 1946, which was widely used by scientists, but criticised by statisticians. …
Lawyer / diplomat
American critic and author (d. 1974).
Sports columnist (Bob Feller Story).
German author / publisher / war correspondent
Croatian poet and translator (d.2007)
Polish textilist and technician (d. 1967).
Albuquerque, New Mexico -- Actor (Captain Thunder)
Polish engineer technician and academic (d. 1967).
American Astrologer. A member of AFA 9/1943. In 1972, she moved from New York to Florida.
English super-centenarian (d. 2013)
Des Moines (Iowa) -- Actor (Zombies On Broadway).
Author and academic from Greece, archaeologist (d. 1974).
Japanese daughter of Prince Nashimoto Morimasa (d.1989)
Korea (d. 1989).
Actor (Morning Glory and Big Steal), passes away at 62
Romanian communist activist, sociologist (d. 1954).
Romanian activist and sociologist (d. 1954).
landscape painter (opera stars).