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

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2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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

  • Aidan Mitchell

    American actor. He played the role of the cross-dressing family son in "The Riches," a popular FX cable TV show.

  • American family, Lori Downey, Jr., and Morton Downey, Jr., a talk show host, married in March 1992. From a previous marriage, he has three grown daughters. Seanna was nearly 9 pounds when she was born late.

  • Pop Singer

  • This American child actor is a talented youngster who has appeared on several episodes of the sitcom Hope and Faith starring Kelly Ripa and Faith Ford. He plays Edwin, HopeaEUR(tm),'s math-study partner. He is allergic to pollen and fresh fruits and uses an inhaler. The sixth-grader got his start in Ocean Spray commercials in Boston before becoming an agent in …


1989 - 1980

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

  • Dakota Johnson

    American celebrity family, first child of actor husband Don Johnson and actress Melanie Griffith. Her parents divorced in 1995 after she was divorced. Her mother remarried on May 14, 1996 and had Stella, a half-sister, on September 23, 1996.

  • Lil Mama

    American rapper

  • She is an Alpine skier from France and has twice won giant slalom races at the FIS World Cup events in Aspen, CO (2008 & 2010). Worley is the son of an Australian father.

  • American figure skater.

  • English singer


1979 - 1970

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


1969 - 1960

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

  • British homicide: A nurse who killed some of her patients in Britain. Munchausen's Syndrome may have affected her.

  • NFL defensive end (Houston Oilers).

  • Manager and English footballer

  • American activist and author

  • French father who lost his infant son at 56 days old to Magali Guillemot. He was sentenced to ten year imprisonment.

  • Liev Schreiber

    He was an American actor on stage and screen. His work in the 1998 production of Shakespeare's Cymbeline, his portrayal as Laertes in Hamlet in 2000, and his lead role in "Henry IV," in 2003 were well-received. For his portrayal of Richard Roma, David Mamet's play Glengarry Glen Ross in 2005, he won a Tony Award for Best Actor in …

  • Hong Kong singer and actor

  • Actor from Hong Kong and Cantopop Singer

  • Jon Secada

    Cuban-American singer-songwriter

  • French conductor of classical music. Especially known for his interpretations French Baroque pieces. Marc Minkowski is a Chevalier du MA (c)rite.

  • French business executive and president of Tiffany & Co. in France and Benelux.

  • Musician

  • Lamarque (Texas Rangers), Pitcher

  • English colonel, explorer (d. 2016).

  • Italian singer-songwriter who made his debut as Espressione Musica in 1988. His closing theme song for the 38th Sanremo Music Festival was "Mamma dammi, i soldi". Caterina Caselli signed him to his first album, Cartoons. It was a commercial and critical success. He won the Festivalbar competition in 1990 and peaked the Italian hit parade by singing "Sotto questo solo", …

  • Michigan, USA; actress (Cheryl-General Hospital).

  • American baseball player

1959 - 1950

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

  • Wendy Makkena

    American actress and dancer, known for her versatility and experience in comedy, voice-over, film and Shakespeare. After appearing in children's roles with the NY City Ballet, she moved to acting. She performed on Broadway and off-Broadway, including one in "Pygmalion", a Peter O'Toole role. Her films include "Eight Men Out", "Sister Act I" & Sister Act II. Makkena has played …

  • Italian champion boxer, who won a Gold Medal at the Moscow Olympics 1980 and a Silver Medal during the Los Angeles Olympics 1984.

  • Welsh television and radio host

  • Ned Luke

    Voice Actor

  • Rocker (Timbuk 3)

  • Christoph Waltz

    Austrian actor

  • French journalist and writer. He heads the cultural department of the Nouvel Observateur (a major weekly French newsmagazine), produces and hosts the show "Le Masque et la Plume" (The Mask and Feather) on France Inter (a public radio channel and part of Radio France), and is a member of the reading committee of the ComA(c)die-FranASSaise (one of the few state …

  • Dutch soccer goaltender (PSV)

  • Greenville, South Carolina -- LPGA Golfer (1988 Mazda LPGA Champ).

  • English playwright and author

  • Born in Lima, Peru, he is a string theorist and a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His undergraduate studies were in Electrical Engineering at the Universidad Nacional de IngenierAa, Peru. He graduated in 1977.

  • Activist

  • American drummer (Big Star, Golden Smog).

  • London, England -- Vocalist (Blonde On Blonde).

  • Italian comedian and actor, who wrote one of the first Italian Rap songs, "Roma di notte", in 1984.

  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Rower (1976 Olympics-Bronze Medalist).


1949 - 1940

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

  • Armand Assante

    American producer and actor

  • He was an Italian soloist and ballet dancer with the Egri group. He performed with several Italian companies in television productions, and from 1973-1975 with the Cullberg Ballet. Bonino began to dance with Petit's Ballet de Marseilles from that point. In 1973, he was awarded the Positano Dance Prize.

  • A French general, a French military officer who led several operations in Africa, especially in Rwanda and CA'te d'Ivoire.

  • Brynn Thayer

    TV Actress

  • Susan Sarandon

    American actress, who is well-known for her roles in films since her 1970s debut. Her films include "Lady Liberty", 1971, "Pretty Baby," 1977, "Sweet Hearts Dance" 1988, and "Thelma & Louis," 1991. In 1996, she won the Best Actress Oscar for her role as a nun who fights to save the souls of a convicted murderer in "Dead Man Walking." …

  • American librarian and author of picture and story books, story collections and non-fiction. Also, historical fiction. 18 children's books have been published.

  • English guitarist and singer-songwriter

  • New York, USA; actress ("Bull Durham")

  • American politician and lawyer (d. 2013).

  • Anne Rice

    American writer. He is best known for his 1976 book, "Interview with a Vampire", and other sensual books about the occult. Married 10/14/1961; had two children; the first died from leukemia in 1972 at the age of 5. Earned her B.A. 1964: Worked as a waitress and in an insurance claims office. Catholic.

  • Missouri; actress (Petticoat Junction and Dusty Trails).

  • Jr. American journalist, author

  • Austrian race car driver


1939 - 1930

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

  • New Zealand motorbike racer

  • American pro-astrologer and lifelong spiritual seeker. She graduated with a Master's Degree in Theology and now works full-time as an astrologist, focusing on esoteric interpretations and karmic. She is a teacher, lecturer, workshop leader, and writer. Her publications include "Beginning Astrology", "Understanding Energy Patterns", and "Cycle Charts In-Depth Delineation".

  • (Rep-R-Louisiana, 1975- )

  • Nobel Prize winner for biophysicist and Swiss chemist

  • Swiss chemist, Nobel laureate

  • Politician

  • American screenwriter and actor (d. 2004).

  • Scottish politician, Member to Parliament, elected in a by-election to succeed Bruce Millan on 11/10/1988.

  • Scottish politician and lawyer

  • American academic and philosopher

  • Canadian-American actress and dancer (d. 2014.)

  • British writer of best-sellers in torrid paperback and a well-known family. She is the sister of Joan Collins.

  • American business administrator and CEO at Contel, a large telecommunications firm that merged with GTE in 1990. Weber graduated from college with a BS degree in Business Administration.

  • British homicide. He was a petty felon, an illiterate and weak-minded criminal. After the longest British murder trial, he was convicted and sentenced to death for the murder of Michael Gregsten. He was hanged at Bedford Prison in April 1962.

  • Baron Radice English politician

  • English author

  • Filipino TV host, actor, comedian, and talent manager. He was also known as Kuya Gems or Master Showman. In the late 1970s, he was the host of GMA Supershow's Sunday noontime variety program. This was his biggest television success. He was eventually promoted to host and producer on That's Entertainment, a youth-oriented variety program. He is currently hosting the late-night …

  • American educator who is internationally recognized for his pioneering work in the scientific investigation into human consciousness. He focuses on parapsychological phenomena as well as altered states of consciousness. He is the author of more than 500 articles as well as several books, including "Human Possibilities" (Song of the Siren) and "Human Possibilities".

  • New York, USA. Actress (Charley Varrick and Kotch).

  • Canadian producer and director


1929 - 1920

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

  • Oakland, California -- Actor (Listen Darling, Battleground)

  • American psychiatrist and author (d.2004)

  • American guitarist and singer-songwriter

  • American child actor, aged three, who starred with Hollywood stars in high-profile films before he was 10. His first film was "Gallant Lady" in 1933. The "Our Gang", series began the next year. He was a part of "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves" 1943 and "The Al Jolson Story" 1946.

  • Missouri, USA; Country singer "Walk on By".

  • American academic and painter

  • American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher for the Chicago Cubs (1951aEUR”1953), Cincinnati Redlegs (53; 1958) and Cleveland Indians (1958).

  • American military, U.S. Marine hero. After being wounded during the Okinawa invasion on May 2, 1945, he was awarded the Medal of Honor.

  • American businessman (d.2012)

  • American actor who had a strong physical presence. His legacy includes more than 100 films and several books. He also held leadership positions in the Screen Actors Guild and National Rifle Association. Heston was nominated for an Oscar for his performance in "Ben Hur". Heston is also well-known for his unforgettable screen performances in a number of roles, including Moses …

  • French trade unionist who served as secretary to the General Confederation Labor - Workers' Force from 1969 to 1989 (French ConfA(c]dA(c]ration GA(c]nA(c]rale du Travail – Force OuvriA”re, or simply Force OuvriA”re, FO), one the five major unions in France.

  • American nurse and astrologer. She was a student of Ove Sehested and joined AFA in1984. She was an active nurse for many decades. She died 11/14/1990 from small cell lung cancer.

  • A conservative Scottish politician and Member to Parliament, Monro was elected by the General Election on 6/11/1987. Monro was knighted.

  • American baseball player and coach (d. 2014.)

  • France Painter

  • Japanese businessman

  • Jr. American politician and businessman 26th United States Secretary Of Commerce (d. 1987).

  • American screenwriter, and one of Hollywood's most prolific screenwriters. He won the Oscar in 1956 for "Around the World in 80 Days."

  • French Catholic priest, Bishop Emeritus de Perpignan Elne.


1919 - 1910

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

  • Ecumenical and Roman Catholic theologian from Italy. In 1973, he was New York's Vatican representative. He was Archbishop 1978. He was ordained in 1942. He has a degree and doctorate in canon law, as well as a diploma from Rome's Academy of Diplomacy in 1952. Since 1994, he was archbishop of the Papal Council for Inter-Religion Relations and the president. …

  • Japanese Nobel Prize laureate in Chemistry and Academics (d. 1998)

  • Violeta del Carmen Parra Sandoval, better known as Violeta Parra, was a Chilean composer and songwriter. She also served as an ethnomusicologist, ethnomusicologist, visual artist, and folklorist. She was the inspiration for "Chilean’s New Song", the Nueva canciA3n Chilena, which saw a revival and reinvention of Chilean folkmusic that would spread its influence far beyond Chile. Violeta Went To Heaven …

  • Virginia Military man

  • Jan Murray

    Bronx, New York -- Comedian - (Treasure Hunt: Who Killed Teddy Bear?

  • Dutch composer/conductor

  • French politician and officer.

  • American humorist and columnist (Born 1914).

  • 4. Deputy Prime Minister of Australia, an Australian politician and economist (d. 2003).

  • French colonel, AlgA(c),rie franASSaise advocate, chief French expert on psychological warfare who, along with Jean Ousset developed the concept "subversion."

  • Canadian soprano opera singer, well-known at the time.

  • Le Mans Journalist

  • German stage/film/tv actress. At 89 years old, she died on May 8, 2002.

  • French equestrian champion and Olympic champion, he won an individual gold medal for eventing at London's 1948 Summer Olympics. He passed away on the 6th of April 1997.


1909 - 1900

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

  • Trumpeter / Sax

  • United States -- Archaeologist/Theologist

  • Thorigny Musician

  • Admiral and French military officer during World War II was awarded the title of 'Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English : Companion to the Liberation).

  • French musician (trumpete, clarinet, tenor Saxophone, clarinet), arranger and composer, and leader of a band in the fields swing and popular music.

  • French rider Jojo la Moto, also known as Jojo, had 499 wins and 183 World Records.

  • Dutch farmer, Anti-Revolutionary Party politician and local Dutch farmer who was a hero resistance fighter during WW2.

  • American astrologer, known as "The Futurist" in the '30s & '40s. Walter Winchell called her "the girl with the golden vocal" after she hosted the first radio astrological program, WMCA, in the 1930s. She gave advice and forecasted events.

  • High ranking Nazi Germany official during World War II. An ObergruppenfA 1/4 hrer (general) in the Schutzstaffel (SS), between January 1943 and May 1945 he held the offices of Chief of the Reichssicherheitshauptamt (RSHA, Reich Main Security Office) and President of Interpol. At the Nuremberg Trials, he was the highest-ranking member the SS. He was convicted of war crimes, crimes …

  • American scientist and academic who invented the Atanasoff-Berry computer (d. 1995).

  • French Canadian politician, historian, and genealogist

  • English large landowner / multi-millionaire

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