List of celebrities and famous people who were born on September 4th
Famous birthdays on September 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102012
American family of note, first child of Dixie Chick Emily Robison with her partner Martin Strayer.
Famous birthdays on September 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002002
Famous birthdays on September 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901998
Uzbekistan tennis player
Brazilian family, Marcella Pradlo (Edilaine Goncalves), the daughter of the model Marcella Pradlo. She claims that the child is the product of an affair she had with Ayrton Senna, a race-car driver. Senna, a seven-month-old infant, was killed at the track on 4/01/1994
English race car driver
Slovak tennis player
American notable family, second son of Hugh Hefner, Playboy empire owner, and Kimberly, his second wife. He weighed 8 lbs 1 oz when he was born at Cedars-Sinai Hospital.
Miss Universe 2009: Venezuelan beauty queen
English Rugby League player
Venezuelan model Miss Universe 2009
American family, Jack Wagner and Kristina Malandro who played Frisco and Felicia Jones respectively on "General Hospital." The boy was born by C-section after 22 hours labor. The parents are unmarried and live together. They plan to get married in the future.
Famous birthdays on September 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American politician and mayor of Muskogee (Oklahoma)
American twins: a boy and girl were born to surrogate mothers. The contract was void. They were created artificially with the sperm from Barry Huber, an Arizona farmer. Laurie Yates, a mother from Ithaca, NY signed a contract to bear Barry's children for his wife, Glinda. Yates decided to change her mind one month before birth, declaring that the contract …
American baseball player who was drafted by Milwaukee Brewers in 2008 Since then, he has been playing in the minor league.
Algerian football player
North Korean footballer
American screenwriter and comedian
Argentinian actress and singer (Erreway).
American basketball player
Scottish race car driver
Australian football player
Latvian basketball player
Estonian tennis player
Estonian tennis player
Soap Opera Actress
American actress and comedian
French judoka, who competed in the women's division of the half-lightweight division at the 2004 Summer Olympics.
English playwright and actress
American lead vocalist (Flyleaf).
American singer, songwriter, and actress. Born and raised in Houston, Texas, she performed in various singing and dancing competitions as a child, and rose to fame in the late 1990s as lead singer of R&B girl-group Destiny's Child. Managed by her father Mathew Knowles, the group became one of the world's best-selling girl groups of all time. Their hiatus saw …
American ice dancer
American baseball player
Famous birthdays on September 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Miss Idaho Teen USA (1996)
South Korean actor and rapper
Russian player in ice hockey
Swedish producer and singer-songwriter
English singer-songwriter and pianist
English DJ/Producer, co-founder of Allido Records
Korean Major League Baseball player
South Korean player
Miss Romania Universe (1997)
Perth, Western Australia -- Swimmer (1996 Olympics).
Canadian producer and host of zoologist television
Cuban blogger and philologist
American actress and singer (The Pussycat Dolls).
Australian comedian and musician for The Chaser
Montreal, Quebec -- Weightlifter (1996 Olympics)
West Indian cricketer
Italian singer-songwriter/guitarist who has released 11 studio albums and one greatest hits album. He also released four live albums and 33 singles. His albums have sold 2 million copies in Italy.
Estonian shot putter and javelin thrower
Estonian coach and footballer
Dallas, Texas -- Playmate (Mar, 1995)
NFL tackle (Atlanta Falcons).
American baseball coach and player
Belgrade, Yugoslavia -- Canadian tennis player (1996 Olympics)
NFL defensive tackle (Miami Dolphins)
Massachusetts, USA; actor (Willie - Valerie / Hogan Family).
Lincoln, Nebraska -- Miss America - Nebraska (1996)
Model and actress from Hong Kong Miss Hong Kong 1990
He was a French footballer who was capped seven time and scored three goals for France's national team. In 2008, he retired from professional football at OGC Nice.
American nightclub fire victim, Longley was the guitarist of the heavy-metal band, Great White. His pyrotechnics set off a deadly fire at a Warwick nightclub, RI, where he died. After years of telemarketing, teaching guitarist and playing in lesser-known bands, Longley joined the band in spring 2000. Longley was athletic and musical. He followed his father's footsteps in running and …
NFL wide receiver (Atlanta Falcons).
NFL defensive end (Chicago Bears).
Richmond, British Columbia -- 470 yachter (1996 Olympics)
NFL safety (Jacksonville Jaguars)
American murderer (d. 2013)
South African cricketer and coach
German-Irish coach and footballer
She is a British-born American actress. Her parents were unwed. Although she is alleged to be Donovan's daughter, he denies this.
Afro-Australian singer who fronted the band "The Rockmelons", 1991-92. Her song "AinaEUR(tm]t No Sunshine" was her peak. Hines has performed with and for these people:
Brazilian drummer (Sepultura y Cavalera Conspiracy).
Edmonton, Alberta -- Synchro swimmer (1996 Olympics - Silver Medalist)
Infielder (San Diego Padres)
American film maker and hacker
Canoga Park, California -- Diver (1996 Olympics)
Utah, USA; Miss Utah-America (1991).
Actress and singer from the Netherlands
Famous birthdays on September 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
French politician and lawyer, Aliot is the vice-president of the Front National. He was elected in January 2011. A member of the FN Executive Office, Executive Committee and Central Committee, Louis Aliot has been a regional councillor since 1998 (Midi-PyrA(c)nA(c)es: 1998aEUR"2010, Languedoc-Roussillon: 2010aEUR") and a municipal councillor of Perpignan (2008aEUR"2009).
An actor and singer from Australia, English
Welsh record producer and DJ
American baseball player: Catcher, Dodgers
American Voice Actor
100m / long jumper
Berkeley, California -- Water polo 2m defender (1996 Olympics)
American basketball player: Guard
New Zealand accountant and cricketer
French guitarist and bassist. His Django Reinhardt-influenced guitar style and his jazz fusion expertise on the electric guitar made him a prominent figure in the 1980s. He performs in the post-bop, jazz fusion, and swing genres.
Gainesville, Florida -- 400m/long jumper (1996 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
Russian singer-songwriter (Grazhdanskaya Oborona) (d. 1991)
Vermont, USA; Miss Vermont-America (1991).
American screenwriter and producer of director films
Chicago, Illinois -- Playmate (Jul, 1988)
American professional golfer.
Italian actress and director, best known for her role as Elias in the movie "I ragazzi della 3Aa C."
NHL forward (Anaheim, Team Sweden 1998)
Belgian actress, mainly French TV series. She was born to a Russian mother and a Moroccan father.
Detroit, Michigan -- NHL goalie (Team USA, Florida)
Miami, Florida -- LPGA golfer (1987 S&H Golf Classic-5th)
American gang member. He was shot to death along with his uncle Robert Luisi (55), and his cousin Roman (25). Anthony Pelosi is his family friend and he is 53. Richard, his brother was also injured. The enmity between the Clemente's and the Luisi family had been exploding in blows the night before. The Sarro brothers, along with the Luisi's, …
Finnish singer-songwriter/bass player (Hanoi Rocks New York Dolls Demolition 23 & Jetboy).
Finnish musician (Hanoi Rocks, New York Dolls)
American drummer (Halford Spastic ink Fates Warning, Juggernaut and Juggernaut).
Nobel Prize winner for Japanese biologist and physician
French motorcycle racer who specializes in rally raid. He was five times in the top 10 in the Dakar.
Swedish film producer
American comedian and actor
American comedian and actor
American guitarist (Soundgarden, Probot)
Soap actor (Hostage, Popeye Doyle)
American notable family, second son of Jean Kennedy Smith, and grandson of Joseph Kennedy Sr. He went to Palm Beach with his uncle Ted and cousin Patrick on Good Friday, 3/29/1991. They had a good time drinking and exchanged words with several young women at a local bar. He was later accused of raping a young girl at the Kennedy …
Lawyer and politician from Uganda, both in English and Ugandan
Famous birthdays on September 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Screenwriter and actor from Australia
Austria: Skier (two-time World Cup winner in jumping).
Italian actress, singer, photographer, and video artist. Domiziana was the leading role in films directed Nicolas Roeg and Jean-Luc Godard. Andrei Tarkovsky, Mauro Bolinini, Neil Jordan, Ken McMullen, and many other filmmakers.
Kennedy indicted for rape in Florida (1991).
TV Show Host
American punk rock drummer, best known for his work with The Minutemen or Firehose. He formed the group The Reactionaries in 1978. D. Boon was one of his band-mates. He joined the Minutemen (1980) after that band and Hey Taxi split up. Firehose was established in 1986, after D. Boon's death.
American CEO and executive in charge of Helmerich and Payne (an oil drilling company). Herlmerich holds a BS degree in Government.
American radio host
Greensboro, North Carolina -- Canadian Tour Golfer (1992 Coast Carolina).
American homicide: Seven people were shot to death in ten minutes, on the bitterly cold morning following Christmas 2000. He was a bulky, bearded man wearing jeans and a plaid shirt. He talked calmly about videogames with Edgewater Technology in Wakefield Massachusetts where he had spent the last year testing and writing computer code. He took out an AK-47 assault …
Italian rugby union coach and player
American astronomer and astrophysicist
American choreographer and actress, dancer
American actress and stuntwoman
American ex-employee of TJX companies, an assistant vice President of planning and allocation, was killed on American Airlines Flight 11 that crashed into New YorkaEUR(tm), World Trade Center, on 9/11/2001.
Italian film, television, and stage actress who won a David di Donatello award for Best Supporting Actress. She was nominated for the Academy Award for "Three Brothers", starring Francesco Rosi.
Playmate (Jan, 1979)
American actor and singer (W.A.S.P. London Sister and New York Dolls
American law enforcement officer. He is the 40th Police Commissioner of New York. He was sent to Iraq as the Minister of Interior to restore law and order after Saddam Hussein's fall. He is responsible for training and hiring the police force in post-Hussein Iraq.
Multi-platinum Israeli singer/songwriter and guitarist.
Former South African cricketer
American politician, 23rd Governor of Montana
World Music Singer
Turkish manager and footballer
American author and philosopher
New York, USA; actor (Freddie - Welcome Back Kotter).
English chess player and author
American politician and businessman (d. 2013).
American clerical worker. She was the representative of laser disks manufacturers in 1984. She was a minor actress and was offered a TV part in October 1984.
American actress and director
Texas, USA; actress (Lady in Red and Hello Again).
American baseball player
Famous birthdays on September 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Pierre Bachelet: French poet, writer and songwriter
American sportscaster and golfer
American priesthood ecclesiastic, bishop of Green Bay, WI, and Pittsburgh, PA. He was ordained May 3, 1975. On April 6, 1997, he was ordained as a bishop and was appointed in Green Bay, WI in the latter part of 2003. In July 2007, he returned to Pittsburgh, where he was assigned his first parish assignment.
Missouri; PGA golfer (British Open 1975,1977,1980,1982).
American child victim, he was kidnapped, stabbed, and castrated 4 June 1958 by a psychotic neighbor. He was found alive the next morning.
Italian actress and film director, who presented Festival di Sanremo 1978. This has led to ongoing controversy over whether she was the first woman to present the festival's famous song festival or Loretta Goggi in 1986.
Dutch MP (CDA)
American Jungian psychologist, author, and lecturer. He is one of the most respected and revered astrologers of all time. Greene was awarded the Regulus Award for Theory and Understanding 1989 in recognition of her work with other disciplines and philosophical models. She moved to England, then to Switzerland. She co-founded the Center for Psychological Astrology, London with Howard Sasportas. Her …
Saint Lucian-Canadian cricketer
San Diego, California -- Rock guitarist (Quicksilver)
American guitar virtuoso (Born 1945)
English actor, singer, and producer
At 48, a suicide attempt by a US guitarist
American actress best known for her role in "Soap", a TV sitcom. She was also a part of the movie "Midnight Cowboy".
English sand industrialist
Canadian ice hockey player
California, USA; actress
English academic and economist
Italy -- Triple jumper (1968 Olympics-Bronze Medalist)
Jordanian princess, world traveled and noted for being gracious and cosmopolitan.
Atlanta, Georgia -- Singer (Gladys Knights & Pips)
American promoter and wrestler, Total Nonstop Action Wrestling was co-founded
Harrelson, an American pro-baseball player and newscaster, began his major league career with the Kansas City Athletics in 1963. He was traded to Boston Red Sox in 1967 and played in the All-Stars of 1968. He was traded to Cleveland a year later, but he broke his leg in 1970, and missed most of the season. A year later, he …
Brazilian philosopher and academic
Kenyan cricketer and coach
Indian politician and lawyer 19th Governor of Andhra Pradesh
Famous birthdays on September 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Referee and South African cricketer (d. 2005).
New York, USA. American comedian/actor (Best of West, Mr Smith, Fiddler on The Roof).
An international jury officially recognized an Australian swimmer as the best female swimmer of the century. This was at the World Sports Awards ceremony in Vienna, November 1999. The Sport Australia Hall of Fame announced 'Our Dawn,' Australia's female athlete of century. Fraser is the only male and female swimmer to win a freestyle event at three consecutive Olympic Games. …
American general (d. 2013)
American actor (d.2007)
Manager and English footballer
American composer and organist (d. 2010).
Estonian actor and director (d.2006)
American sportscaster (d.2002)
France sport Champion
American academic and general
American philosopher and academic (d.2013)
American engineer, financier and accountant, Amgen is the CEO of a biotechnical institution. Binder holds a BS degree in electrical engineering as well as an MBA from Harvard. Binder is a highly successful entrepreneur.
Welsh-American economist and Nobel Prize laureate in academics (d. 2009).
Russian actor and singer (d. 2012).
French manager and footballer (d. 2012).
English actor (d. 2001).
New York, USA: actor (The Godfather, Lovers and Other Strangers).
American certified public accountant.
English actor (d. 2003).
Lawyer and politician from Puerto Rico, 5th Governor of Puerto Rico
Former Governor of Puerto Rico
American actress, singer, and dancer. She is a light-leading lady in many musicals. Her films include "My Blue Heaven", 1950, "South Pacific," 1958, and "For Love or Money" 1963.
Indian Jesuit priest and psychotherapist (Born in 1931).
Belgium sport Champion
American television executive who founded KCET in Los Angeles in 1964. He also served as the Executive Director of Academy of Television Arts & Sciences between 1983 and 1999. The Emmy Awards expanded to include cable TV nominees in 1988 under Loper. Loper was responsible for the creation of Archive of American Television. This archive interviews and archives important people …
Belgium sport Champion
France sport Champion
American general (d. 2013)
US songwriter / producer (Wonderful Dream)
American basketball pro-basketball player, for one season in 1953.
Famous birthdays on September 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
American politician. He was the Senator from Missouri, who was Vice-presidential running partner of George McGovern in 1972.
(Sen-D, Missouri 1968-86 / Vice-President-D-1972).
Lebanese-American soldier, diplomat United States Ambassador in Greece (d.2015)
American actor who played the role of Darren in "Bewitched", a long-running series starring Elizabeth Montgomery. The illness caused him to leave the show, and the series was eventually cancelled.
He was a goalkeeper and soccer player from France. In 1959, he reached the finals of the European championship. He was the first to win the French sport lottery.
Minnesota, United States -- Exec (Ford Motors)
Indiana, USA. Actor (Darrin-Bewitched, Inherit The Wind). (Dies 1992).
Russia -- Cosmonaut
American journalist (Born 1927).
Hungarian screenwriter and author (d. 2008).
American computer scientist and academic (d.2011)
Hungarian writer (d. 2008)
Austrian priest and philosopher (Born in 1926)
Lagomarsino; American politician (Representative-Republican-California).
Canadian ice hockey coach and player (d. 2015).
American author (d. 1979)
American hypnotherapist, astrologer, and teacher. She was a board member of NCGR, and was also the treasurer and secretary for membership in the late 1990s. She was also a tarot reader and teacher. Since 1989, Herskovitz was a member of UAC's committee. Herskovitz was an active participant in adult education programs, and was often a guest on TV and radio.
American Ku Klux Klan author and leader (d. 1979).
French soldier, businessman and author.
French banker and business leader.
English author (d. 2004)
Basketball player from Lithuania
American professional astrologer, Wanda spent her entire adult life teaching astrology in Los Angeles and then in Olympia, WA. Wanda was a dynamic and straightforward speaker. Astrology was her life-long passion. Her father was a Protestant minister and she rejected much of the early dogma she heard. She found her true love in astrology. Wanda passed away peacefully in Olympia, …
Indian politician and lawyer (d. 2003).
Swedish politician and writer (d. 1992).
Swedish politician and author (d. 1992).
France sport Champion
American journalist (d. 2000).
Amiens Military man
Argentinian race car driver (d. 2011)
Famous birthdays on September 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American screenwriter and actor (d. 2005).
American professor of biological Chemistry.
French entrepreneur and activist.
Shelby, Mississippi -- Orchestra leader (Redd Foxx)
Actor (Calamity, Heldorado and Jamboree), is killed at 73
Ford Motor Company president, Detroit, Michigan, at the age of 70 (born 1917).
American entrepreneur, noted family member, the eldest child of Edsel Bryant Ford. He is also the grandson of Henry Ford, industrial tycoon and industrialist. He became Vice-president after the death of his father in 1943. In 1945, he took over the chairmanship of Ford Motor Company. It was nearing bankruptcy in 1945 and he made Ford Motor Company the highest …
United States -- Sci-fi author (Puzzle Planet)
German singer, opera, operetta, and concert venues. Tenor. Duren, Germany, November 13, 1986: His heart broke.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Television host (Village Barn).
American Astrologer, who was forced to give birth by an instrument that left a purple-red mark on her neck. Her skull was fractured in an accident. Browning also lost her home to a fire.
Third postwar Chairman of Volkswagen, German Auto Executive (d. 2003).
Japanese architect (Born 1913).
Italian screenwriter and stage director. He died of cirrhosis and hepatitis on 28/12/1985.
American gangster, who was an obscure member of the rackets as well as a henchman to Bugsy Siegel who was the head of the California gambling cartets. Cohen was convicted on 7/30/1961 of income tax evasion and sentenced to 15 year imprisonment and a $10,000 fine.
Yoyogi National Gymnasium was designed by a Japanese architect (d. 2005).
St Symphorien physician
American illustrator and author (d. 2004).
Russian-American painter and sculptor, photographer and publisher (d. 1999).
French journalist and film director.
Cricketer from Zimbabwe and South Africa (d. 1993).
Famous birthdays on September 4th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
A Dutch ecclesiastic and a Cardinal since 1969, he was also the founder of the Catholic Center for Ecumenical Questions (CCEEM) in 1952. He was the President and Secretary of the Union of Christians in 1969 and the Archbishop of Utrecht 1975.
Norwegian architect. Heiberg was a Norwegian architect who designed many buildings in the 1950s for Christiania Bank and Oslo Bolig- og Sparelag. Heiberg also designed many buildings together with Ola MA.rk Sandvik from 1950 to 1968, including the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs head office, Annen Etage restaurant, and the Hotel Continental.
German physician (d. 1945)
Director (Carpetbaggers, Young Lions, Caine Mutiny)
Brest Military man
Actor Mark of Devil, dies from bone cancer at age 80
Trieste -- American art dealer
German-American biophysicist, academic Nobel Prize laureate (d.81)
German biologist, Nobel laureate (d. 1981)
The Minox was invented by a Latvian-Estonian inventor (d. 2003).
Writer (King Must Die, Funeral Games)
English-South African author (d. 1983)
American military, Lieutenant General in United States Marine Corps. He died on the 19th of December 1983.
French filmmaker. From 1954 to 1959, he was married to actress Martine Carol, who starred in several of his films, including "Lucrece Borgia" (1953), "Madame Du Barry" (1954), and "Nana" (1955).
English cricketer (d. 1996)
England, United Kingdom -- Equestrian dressage (1968 Olympics - 13th Place)
Toulouse Military man
Jaguar Cars was founded by an English businessman (d. 1985).
Playwright (Mornings at 7.
Dutch ship builder
Scottish pro comedian making his debut in 1926. Anthony is most well-known for his pantomime performance at the Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow from 1931 to his retirement as Dunbar hotel owner. He died from a stroke on February 28, 1962, at 7:15 GMT, Dunbar.