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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on April 5th

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on April 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

  • American child of a noted parent. Her father is Aaron Lewis (lead singer of Staind [sic]). Zoe's birth record shows that her father, Aaron Lewis, was born April 13, 1972 in Springfield (VT) and that her mother, Vanessa Athena Zamboni, was born December 12, 1974, Springfield, MA. Yes, all Springfield


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on April 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on April 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on April 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • German swimmer

  • French track cyclist, who won 14 World Championships as well as a gold, silver, and bronze at the Summer Olympics.

  • American basketball player. The Phoenix Suns guard/forward

  • German swimmer and young prodigy, born in the DDR. She won ten Olympic medals, the first being in Barcelona 1992. None of these were gold. She was the world champion in 200m freestyle.

  • Pharrell Williams

    American actor, producer, and rapper. He is best known for his hit song "Happy" in 2014.

  • French stage actress, singer, model and stage actress. Primarily, Linda in the sitcom Models in Paradise and his role in Classe Mannequin are his most prominent roles.

  • French actress living in Los Angeles. She was married to Thomas Bangalter (Daft Punk) and had two children. She won the Cannes Film Festival's "Best Actress" Award in 1998 for her role as "The Dreamlife of Angels".

  • Entertainer

  • French actress on the film and stage, born to a "ch" family in Northern France. She was born in Deauville, Normandy and met Dominique Besnehard (casting director). After a variety of jobs, she moved to Paris where she attended the Conservatoire. Her roles in "Summer Hours (2008) and "Little White Lies", directed by Guillaume Canet (2019) are well-known. She also …

  • Sharon Horgan

    Sharon Horgan is an Irish actress, writer, and producer known for her work on the TV shows Catastrophe and Pulling.

  • Japanese singer-songwriter (Cibo Matto Smokey and Miho and Butter 08.)

  • Hockey forward (Team Kazakhstan Olympics--1998)

1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on April 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • American singer-songwriter and pianist

  • Stewart Lee

    Screenwriter and producer of English comedy actor

  • New York, USA. Actress (Dottie Thornton-Martin - All My Children).

  • Warwick, Rhode Island -- Playmate August 1989

  • American musician, Gonson is known as the brains of the popular band aEURoeMagnetic fields. She also plays the drums, percussion and keyboards. She is also the band manager, chief organizer, and is a Harvard student. Gonson stated in May 2000 that she was gay when she first met Stephen Merritt, but that she is now bisexual and has had so …

  • Lisa Zane

    American singer and actress

  • Véronique Mourousi is a French journalist and television presenter, known for her work in the field of news and current affairs.

  • Sébastien El Chato is a French singer known for his flamenco and rumba music.

  • Andrea Arnold

    Andrea Arnold is a British filmmaker known for her work on films such as Fish Tank and American Honey.

  • American aerobatic pilot (Born 1961).


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on April 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • American accident victim who died after falling to his death in San Francisco, CA 9/14/1982. While hiking over the Golden Gate Bridge. It was a plunge of more than 300 feet into San Francisco Bay.

  • South Korean actor

  • English teacher and pianist

  • French journalist who focuses on analysis of televised media. He is mainly active in weekly columnsaEUR"-in the past in Le Monde and presently in LibA(c)rationaEUR"-and on a television show: ArrAat sur images ("Freeze-frame"), broadcast by the public TV channel France 5. France 5 directed ended the television program in 2007. This incident led to the creation the Arret Sur Images …

  • in South Africa; tennis player (US Indoor 1982).

  • Sri Lankan journalist and lawyer (d. 2009).

  • California, USA. Guinness' World's Strongest Woman.

  • French victim of flight Rio-Paris. She was formerly a stewardess at Air France and became a lyricist, giving concerts. She was also the pilot's mistress. She studied also with Gilles Peyrache, astrologer.

  • Anthony Horowitz is a British novelist known for his popular Alex Rider series and for being the author of the Sherlock Holmes novel, The House of Silk.

  • French screenwriter and producer of actresses

  • Japanese manga artist

  • British former Radio One D.J. Her career ended after she went on maternity leave. She was announced her resignation on 12/14/1987. In September 1994, she was back as the afternoon host of "The Great British Quiz", a show that covered general knowledge.

  • American journalist who works as an editor or columnist for a metropolitan newspaper. Since July 1998, he has been the Executive editor of the Sacramento Bee.

  • American singer-songwriter/guitarist (The Nerves, The Plimsouls).

  • American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Wall of Voodoo and Drywall).

  • Computer programmer (created TODAY Program)

  • Canadian radio host and linguist


1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on April 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • American astronaut. Honor student, she graduated with a B.A. She received a B.A. in Electrical Engineering in honor and began her training to become an astronaut in March 1978. She flew six days on her first shuttle flight aboard the Discovery on 8/30/1984. Her solar experiments won her accolades.

  • Akron (Ohio) -- Astronaut (STS 41D 51L-Chal catastrophe).

  • American actor (Born 1949).

  • Ohio, USA; astronaut (STS 41D, 51L-Challenger disaster).

  • Irish singer and songwriter (Judas Priest Tytan and Axis Point).

  • English drummer (Judas priest Pinkerton's Assorted Colors Finders Keepers & Trapeze).

  • Filipino politician and academic 14th President of The Philippines

  • Maltese-born actor from Australia, who has also worked overseas in the United Kingdom as well as the United States.

  • Indian-English politician and lawyer

  • Jane Asher

    British actress, writer, and businesswoman. Asher was five years old when she made her acting debut in "Mandy". She won critical acclaim in "The Greengage Summer" (1961). In 1966, she was seen in "Alfie", "Brideshead Revisited," 1981, and "Closing Numbers" on television. Asher joined National Theatre in 1976. After publishing several cookbooks, Asher moved on to a novel, "The Longing," …

  • Swedish actor

  • British accountant and CEO of Autodesk - a CAD software manufacturer. Green holds a BBA degree in Finance.

  • Welsh journalist and radio host

  • Leati Anoa'i, also known as Sika, is a retired professional wrestler best known for his time in the WWE as one half of the Wild Samoans tag team.

  • San Mateo artists

  • Turkish singer and guitarist (d.2004)

  • Manager and English footballer

  • French ecclesiastic and Roman Catholic Cardinal, named June 2007 as Vatican's new coordinator for interreligious dialog. He had previously spent 28 years as a diplomat at the Vatican, 13 of which were in Pope John Paul's foreign office.

  • Max Gail

    American actor and director

  • Michigan, USA; actor (Barney Miller. Whiz Kids. DC Cab. Normal People).

  • Peter Greenaway

    Welsh screenwriter and director

  • French homicide: Shot his mistress and her lover to a gruesome death in Colmar, France, on 5/08/1983.

  • French politician and scientist. He was a former professor of embryology, histology and cytogenetics. He was the fourth president, from 1 July 2004 until 30 June 2007, of the European Patent Office (EPO). He is the son Georges Pompidou (former President of France).

  • English singer-songwriter (The Hollies).

  • Journalist

  • Michael Moriarty

    American musician, actor, and jazz pianist. From 1990 to 1994, Moriarty was the lead character on "L.A. Law". He received three Emmy Award nominations. However, in 1995, he quit the show because of a political issue.

  • English fiddler and singer (Fairport Convention Whippersnapper, Swarb’s Lazarus).

  • Michigan, USA; actor (Ben Stone- Law and Order, Bang the Drum Slowly, Q, Stuff).

  • Connecticut, USA; electric violinist ("It’s a Beautiful Day")

  • French food anthropologist and one of the few in France to be so. She is the author of "A%0loge d'A(c)", a book (2005).


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on April 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • English singer (d. 2010)

  • London, England -- Choreographer (Steve Allen Comedy Hour).

  • English singer-songwriter (d. 2010)

  • The only son of King Zog II of the Albanians, and his queen consort Queen Consort, was born to Countess GA(c),raldine Apponyi de Nagyappony. At birth, he was known as Crown Prince Skander. Leka, a pretender to the Albanian crown, was called King Leka I by some Albanian monarchists as well as members of the media. He died in Tirana …

  • American author and publisher of journals. She is the author of "Aquarian Conspiracy", a futurist with optimism. She had over 9,000 subscribers to her Brain/Mind pamphlet which she published since 1975. She founded "Leading Edge" in 1980, a journal that deals with social transformation, media, and the military.

  • Australian politician and educator

  • American painter and sculptor (d. 2014).

  • Zimbabwean-South African cricketer

  • Colin Powell

    American military hero, for his leadership during the Gulf War in Jan 1991. From October 1, 1989 to September 30,93, he was the 12th Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff (Department of Defense) under President George Bush and President Bill Clinton.

  • American Astrologer and Teacher. Founder and director at NORWAC, and the owner of Astrology Et Al bookstore located in Seattle, WA. She is an AFAN Coordinator, past president of Washington State Astrology Association. She is also a teacher, counselor, and lecturer.

  • Australian model

  • American inventor

  • American journalist and author

  • British rock manager, actor (Led Zeppelin,Bad Company) (b. 1935)

  • English astronomer and astrophysicist

  • French journalist, filmmaker theorist, and teacher. His essay "Sur un Art IgnorantA(c)," published in Cahiers du cinA (c)ma, is well-known. It's considered the manifesto for the Mac-Mahoniens movie buff movement from the late 1950s.

  • American sci-fi author and novelist for children.


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on April 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • Nigel Hawthorne

    He was a British actor on the stage and screen who earned admiration in his early 50s. His role as King George III was a major highlight of the film "The Madness of King George." Hawthorne received the Best Actor Oscar nomination in 1995 for the role he played on London's West End. Hawthorne, a late bloomer who rose to …

  • Hugo Claus

    Belgian painter, writer, producer, journalist and actor. Also experimental poet, playwright, screenwriter.

  • Norwegian-American Nobel Prize laureate in Physics and Academic Nobel Prize Physicist

  • Rocker (Tornados) / producer (Telstar), commits suicide

  • American scientist and the leading authority on parasitic infections in humans in the United States. He discovered new treatments and became a tireless advocate for this condition. He died December 8, 2002 in New York City.

  • John Gilbert

    John Gilbert is a British politician known for serving as a Member of Parliament.

  • President of South Vietnam (Born in 1923)

  • German-American Astrologer. She studied astrology at Denver, Colorado. In August 1972, she founded the Cosmobiology Research Fund. Three months later, Reinhold Ebertin certified her and the Cosmobiological Academy of Aalen, Germany. She published "Cosmobiology Journal" and was known as the "mother of American Cosmobiology".

  • American actor (Born in 1923)

  • American playwright and actor (d. 1995).

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  • Gale Storm

    American actress, and wholesome lead lady of minor films in '40s. After winning a high school contest, she made her Hollywood debut and rose to stardom on TV shows such as "My Little Margie" (and "The Gale Storm Show") in the '50s. She also recorded many records during that time, six of which reached the top ten in the period …

  • English footballer (d. 2014)

  • English actor and director (d. 2001).

  • Polish-Canadian horn player and educator (d. 2005).


1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on April 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • American author of science and strange fiction. He was also a scenarist, and copy-writer. In 1932, he became interested in "Weird Tales", and in 1934 began publishing as a contributor to scifi and fantasy magazines. While he was writing, he worked in advertising during the 1940s. He wrote 39 episodes for "Stay Tuned for Terror," a radio horror program. Although …

  • United States -- Sci-fi author (Hugo, Psycho)

  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Composer.

  • French General, specialist in airborne weapons.

  • Gregory Peck

    He was nominated as an American film and stage actor for four Oscars. The Best Actor award went to him for his performance in "To Kill a Mockingbird" 1962. He was the recipient of the American Film Institutes Life Achievement Award as well as the Kennedy Center Lifetime Achievement in the Arts Award. He is a handsome, tall man (6'3") …

  • American bishop (d. 2012)

  • comic artist.

  • French songwriter who wrote many hit songs in the 1950s 1960s and 1970s.

  • Norwegian editor and publisher. He emigrated to the USA with his family in 1929. In 1937, he became a citizen of the United States. In 1946 he joined the American-Scandinavian Foundation, a private organisaion that worked to advance culture and science relations between the Nordic countries and the USA.

  • German Nazi military, a ObersturmbannfA 1/2 hrer (Lieutenant Colonel), with the Waffen SS during World War II.

  • dominican priest.

  • Champion fencer of France, 1948 Olympics.

  • Hungarian playwright and author (d. 1979).

  • Ukrainian footballer and coach (d. 1997)

  • Hungarian author (d. 1979)

  • John Le Mesurier

    An English actor best known for his role as Sergeant Arthur Wilson, a comedy character on BBC's Dad's Army (1968aEUR'77). Le Mesurier was in over 120 films, usually in smaller supporting roles.

  • American writer. He was the leading scholar and spokesperson for Appalachian literature and life, and the pioneer of the Appalachian Studies movement. Williams was also a folklorist and singer, linguist and professor, as well as a college administrator. Sylvia Graham died in 1942. He married Elizabeth Lingerfelt on 31 July 1949. They had two children: Sophie and David Cratis. He …

  • Alden, Iowa -- Actor ("Mike the Cop") - Abbott and Costello


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on April 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • Bette Davis

    American actress. One of the greatest stars in Hollywood's history. She was a veteran of 45 years in the show business, with 82 films and ten Oscar nominations. She was nominated for Best Actress in "Dangerous" in 1935, and "Jezebel", in 1938.

  • Austrian conductor and manager

  • Mary Welsh Hemingway was an American journalist and the fourth wife of writer Ernest Hemingway. She is mostly known for her marriage to Ernest Hemingway and her work as a war correspondent during World War II.

  • Prague, Czechoslovakia -- Conductor (Chicago Symphony)

  • Indian politician, 4th Deputy Prime Minster of India

  • German dramatist, writer of short stories and novels, philosopher, humanist, and master of rhetoric. He was an astrologer who pioneered a modern, open-minded astrology that transcended and united all traditions and schools. He was both an idealist and an individualist. His sense of humor, along with a scientific and serious approach to research made him a standout at every astrology …

  • French communist politician. From 1964 to 1972, he was the General Secretary of France's Communist Party (PCF). He died in Nanterre on 17 February 1983.

  • Jef Maes was a Belgian composer known for his orchestral and chamber music compositions.

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  • One-armed actor (Fred Johnson - Fugitive).

  • American poet. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry for Selected Poems. He died in 2005, on the 9th of June.

  • English motorcycle racer (d. 41)

  • French business executive, electrical engineer and author. He published papers about electronics, radio-electricity, and x-rays.

  • Spencer Tracy

    American actor, both on Broadway and in film. Widely recognized as one of Hollywood’s most beloved actors. In 1930, he made his Broadway debut in "The Last Mile", and he went on to play the leading role in "The Last Mile". He then moved on to Fox films as a "tough guy" role. He was stocky with a craggy face …

  • Estonian wrestler (d. 288)

  • Austrian-American graphic designer and photographer (d. 1985).

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