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

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on December 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010


2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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

  • Just hours after her baby was born, she was kidnapped by the British. The baby was born at 12:53 pm on the 30th of her mother's birthday. She was then kidnapped by the hospital. Police received an anonymous tip and rescued the baby. She was returned to her parents at 4:00 AM on 12/06/1997. Denise Giddings was charged with the …

  • Emilio and Gloria's Daughter

  • Norwegian model

  • Slovak footballer

  • English footballer


1989 - 1980

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

  • American baseball player

  • Canadian race car driver

  • Murphy, a friend of Michael Heitz, was killed in an accident in America on January 9, 2004 at around 8:30 pm. Heitz was the front passenger in the car, while Murphy was the driver. Murphy was 18 months old when he died.

  • Football Player


1979 - 1970

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

  • Brazilian model, a stunning blue-eyed blonde with blue eyes who is very similar to Sharon Stone.

  • French member of the coxless four-man rowing team that won the Silver Medal at the Atlanta Olympics 7/27/1996. Bosquet Fauche, Vecten and Vecten were his other teammates.

  • NFL cornerback (Buffalo Bills).

  • American memoirist, who wrote about his struggle with schizophrenia in his 2013 book "aEURoeLost In Schizophrenia: Memoirs Of A Schizophrenic"

1969 - 1960

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

  • Margaret Cho

    She is an American comedian of Korean descent. She began performing stand-up comedy at the age of 16 at a comedy club located above her parents' bookshop. Soon after, she was offered the chance to open for Jerry Seiinfeld. She moved to Los Angeles in the early 1990s and performed for college audiences with great enthusiasm and acclaim. Arsenio and …

  • Italian television host, who was elected Miss Italia 1986. She placed second at Miss Universe the year following.

  • American author

  • The Eagle, a British ski jumper who was almost blind, participated in 1988's winter Olympics.

  • American singer, actress, and playwright. She was born to comedian Carol Burnett, and Joe Hamilton.

  • American television and radio host

  • English ski jumper and sportscaster

  • Pennsylvania, USA; Nike Golfer (1991 Fort Wayne Open).

  • Australia; canoeist (Olympics-1996).

  • Dutch football manager and player

  • Politician

  • Argentinian-American composer, educator

  • American musician. Great White was the vocalist and founder of the music group. His pyrotechnics set off the Warwick nightclub fire that killed nearly 100 people and left hundreds more homeless. Russell claimed that the owners of the nightclub granted permission to the band to use the fireworks, but the owners denied it.

1959 - 1950

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

  • Darby, Pennsylvania -- Field hockey left side (1984 Olympics - Bronze Medalist).

  • English heavy-metal guitarist (Def LEPARD-Love Bites).

  • Chilean politician and model actress

  • German runner

  • Canadian singer, songwriter

  • American producer and guitarist (Blackfoot and Axe), singer-songwriter


1949 - 1940

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

  • Australian politician and controversial leader of the Democratic Party. When she announced that she would be switching to the Australian Labor Party in November 1997, it was a national sensation.

  • Scottish Member of Parliament, who was affiliated to the Labour party and represented East Lothian district.

  • San Jose sports champions

  • American dancer and one of the Joffrey City Center Ballet's principal dancers since 1966. She joined the American Ballet Theater in 1975 as a soloist and created roles.

  • Welsh politician and journalist

  • first Mongolian space traveler (Soyuz 39).

  • Spanish operatic tenor. He is most well-known for his association with Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo, and their concerts in 1990 and 1994 which attracted over two billion viewers around the world. Carreras was a beautiful singer with a powerful voice and quickly rose to fame. His repertoire included "La BohA"me," "Don Carlo", and "I Pagliacci". He has recorded over 150 …

  • Andy Kim

    Canadian singer-songwriter

  • French businessman and President, Chairman, CEO, and CEO of Euronext N.V.; Deputy CEO and Head Strategy at NYSE Euronext Inc. and chairman of its Managing Board.

  • South African race car driver

  • Barcelona, Spain -- Opera Tenor (I Lombardi and Three Tenors).

  • Norwegian-born French magistrate (AJuged'instructionA>>), and politician for Europe A%0cologieaEUR "The Greens. This party was represented by her as a candidate for France's presidency in 2012.

  • Scottish politician, Member of Parliament, Labour representative Renfrew district

  • South Korean cardinal

  • American Astrologer. He is widely known for his articles, books, and research. His family was well-known for their work in history, science, and astrology. Rob learned how to cast charts from his father Wilfred Hand. He was an expert from the age of 18 and became well-known for his research into old translations and new techniques.

  • American employee at C&H Sugar Co, Crockett (CA). The hot sugar passes through pipes during processing. Flesher climbed up a ladder to clear clogged pipes on 10/03/1986, around 3:00 pm. As safety regulations require, the supervisor didn't stop sugar flow. Flesher cleared the pipe and the 150-degree hot sugar poured out. Flesher fell off the ladder, losing his balance and …

  • Illinois, USA; actor (Randy-Girl From UNCLE).


1939 - 1930

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

  • French Catholic clergyman, Archbishop of Montpellier 2002-2011

  • Joan Didion

    American journalist, novelist, and screenwriter. Her first book, "Run River," appeared in 1/30/1964. She also worked as a freelance writer for magazines. Her best-selling books were "Play It As It Lays" (1970) and "A Book Of Common Prayer" (1977). She was a screenwriter for "Panic In Needle Park" (1971) and "A Star Is Born") (1975).

  • Entertainer

  • American CEO of International Dairy Queen. This is a fast-food franchise and ice cream chain. Sullivan graduated from college with a BS degree in Political Science and a JD Law degree from the University of Minnesota, 1962.

  • Greek actor and artistic director of National Theatre of Greece (d.2007)

  • Swiss comedian, actor, and humorist

  • Dutch composer/music educator

  • American abstract expressionist painter, whose work was influential on Houston's art scene. He died of liver disease on January 9, 2011, after a career that spanned over 50 years. His work is still being displayed by Houston art institutions and organizations, including the William Reaves Gallery. It can also be found on the official website of the National Gallery of …

  • Russian race walker (d.1999)

  • Little Richard

    American musician and minister, he is also known as the King of rock'n roll. His frenzied and furious performances, with lyrics shouted out in gospel style, were legendary. He was unpredictable and unpredictable and quit music in 1957 to join the ministry. However, he returned to rock and soul in 1964. He was again a gospel minister in 1977, and …

  • Georgia, USA; rocker ("Tutti Frutti", "Lucille").

  • Baron Dubs Czech/English politician

  • American Nobel Prize winner in Physics and Academics

  • American actor and singer best known for his role in "West Side Story."

  • American journalist on dance for several newspapers and magazines. He was elected president of several management companies that oversee various New York contemporary dance groups and individuals. He was the founder of Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival.

  • France sport Champion

  • American business administrator and CEO at First Tennessee National, a financial and retail lending institution. Terry graduated from Memphis State in 1952 with a BSBA in Business Administration. He has been a CEO for more than 20 years. The company's earnings have risen sharply after a three-year cost-cutting effort that saw the loss of 10% of their workforce. Terry is …

1929 - 1920

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

  • Cuban-American fashion designer.

  • American musician who played bass clarinet and baritone sax with many top jazz musicians, including the Tommy Dorsey or Benny Goodman groups.

  • Italy sport Champion

  • King of Thailand

  • Thai royalty, long-reigning monarch and popular King of Thailand. He is the third chld and second male to be born to his parents. Since his father was the half-brother of King Rama VII, the seated monarch at the time, no one expected Bhumipol's family to accede to the throne. Thus his father turned to career matters, taking up public health …

  • Massachusetts, United States -- King Of Thailand (1946-)

  • He was a French alpine skier who won two gold medals at the 1948 Olympics and a bronze.

  • Canadian comedian, writer, director, and producer. He is also the co-founder for "The Royal Canadian Air Farce", a show that won 13 national awards. The troop was popular on radio from the 1970s, and then moved to TV.

  • French hairdresser and businessman.

  • Somoza debayle; President Nicaragua (1967-1979).

  • Nicaraguan politician, 73rd President Nicaragua (d. 1980).

  • American actor. She acted mainly in character roles. In 1943, at age 20, she made her film debut as a script girl in "Presenting Lily Mars". She was a part of several TV dramas, including the Philco Television Playhouse, Kraft Television Theatre, and Studio One.

  • Scottish metaphysician, author of "Reappearance of the Christ", and "Messages from Matreya." He is an inspirational teacher and writer, having been a student of Alice Bailey's teachings for over 30 years. After claiming the return of Christ for some time, he created a credibility gap when he declared a date for Christ's public appearance in 1982. He claimed that the …

  • French entrepreneur and father of Martin Bouygues. In 1952, he founded Bouygues Industries.

  • Italy sport Champion

  • American philanthropist (d.2011)

  • Toulouse Musician

  • French musician and Conductor of Orchestre de la Radio et tA[c]lA[c]vision franASSaise. 1949. He was married on 11/16/1952.

  • Actor/producer (Mr Kimball Green Acres), died at 75

  • Priest / politician


1919 - 1910

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

  • Baron Chalfont English politician and historian

  • St Amand les Eaux Military man

  • Italian actress who was a specialist in ingA (c)nue roles. Assia Noris referred to her as "fidanzatina d'Italia", which was an Italian actress who was specialized in ingA(c).e roles. In 1947, she posed in a bikini in the Tempo illustrato weekly newspaper because of her eternal ingA (c)nue aura.

  • American actor and singer, best known for his role as Cochise in the 1950 film "Broken Arrow", where he was nominated for an Academy Award. He is also the first actor to be nominated for an Academy Award for acting as an American Indian. He was one the most beloved male stars of Universal International during that decade.

  • British conductor and one of Britain's most popular post-WW II orchestral icons. He is an example of the increasing international reach of the skills required for his position. Sir Pritchard's high level of competence was more important than his electrifying interpretation by the 1980s. His ever-expanding repertoire was centered on four key posts (Cologne Opera and Belgian Opera Nationale), which …

  • English race car driver (d. 2004)

  • Norwegian actress on stage, screen, and television. Often referred to as the queen and premier diva of Norwegian theatre.

  • American basketball coach and player (d. 2013).

  • American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers in September 1940. Nicknamed "The Mad Russian".

  • Actress (Robert Montgomery Presents) dies at 61

  • A Polish-American immunologist and virologist created the first ever effective live polio vaccine. (d. 2013).

  • Husseren-Wesserling physician

  • French non-figurative painter, stained-glass artist and tapestry designer, all part of the Paris Schooland the Salon de Mai.

  • Virginia Lee Corbin
  • Polish composer and pianist (d. 2000).

  • William Devlin

    He was a Scottish actor, screen and stage star who first made his name as King Lear at 22 (1934). He was best known for his stage work, but he also made many movies, including "Treasure Island", in 1950.

  • American actor. She was a star child star in silent film. At 11 months old, she was able to speak and sing from memory. She also showed talent for dancing early in her life. She was 2 years old when she was offered her first modeling job for an artistic calendar. She was praised for her ability to express emotions …


1909 - 1900

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

  • A Hamburg member of AFA, German Astrologer. He joined AFA on 12/07/1948. He translated major works from the Hamburg School into English, and sometimes translated articles for AFA Bulletin. Died 1978.

  • Chinese politician and general 2nd Vice Premier of People's Republic of China (d.71)

  • Chinese politician

  • Norwegian zoologist, film producer, and non-fiction writer. He was a television producer for the British Broadcasting Corporation as well as the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation.

  • Italian physicist (Born 1907)

  • Austrian-born film producer, director, and actor (d. 1986).

  • France Painter

  • French politician who served as mayor of Lyon between 1957 and 1976. He died in Lyon on 27/12 1976.

  • Otto Preminger

    Austria -- Director / producer (Laura, Exodus)

  • Russian royalty, as Countess de Hohenfelsen. She was the first cousin of Nicholas II, the Russian last emperor and Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich's Russian daughter. She fled Russia after the Russian revolution and emigrated to France, then to the United States. She was a fashion model, socialite and vendeuse. After the revolution, she briefly tried her hand at acting in …

  • American baseball player coach and sportscaster (d.1984)

  • Belgian-born French screenwriter and director. He was most well-known for his film noir thrillers like LaEUR(tm), which he co-wrote with Erich von Stroheim. He made Le Dernier Tournant in 1939, one of many film adaptations of James M. Cain’s famous novel, The Postman Always Rings Twice.

  • Johannes Heesters

    Dutch-born actor, TV and film star, as well as singer of many recordings and performer on concert stages, his career dates back to 1921. He was active almost exclusively in German-speaking countries starting in the mid-1930s. His actions during World War II and his successes in Nazi Germany made him controversial. Heesters was one of the most famous stage performers …

  • Italian politician (christian democratic). He died in 1981, on the 24th of June.

  • England, United Kingdom -- Physicalist (discovered pion- Nobel 1950).

  • English-Italian physicist, academic Nobel Prize laureate (d.69)

  • American politician, lawyer, farmer, and U.S. South Carolina Senator He was the father of four children and had been married twice. He was still working in 2000, and walked the halls of Congress between sessions. Sometimes he was directed to the right place.

  • Hungarian-English screenwriter and director producer (d. 1988).

  • American cartoonist who invented Mickey Mouse in 1928. Later, he made the first feature-length animated cartoon, "Fantasia", 1940. This was a visual interpretation orchestral music. He also founded Disney studios and created the huge amusement park Disneyland. The world loved the Disney myth as a happy, amiable storyteller. But the truth is that he was a tall, somber man who …

  • American hypnotherapist. He is recognized by the major hypnosis organizations as one of the top practitioners in his field. He was able to heal all kinds of patients, even those who were rejected by doctors or other hypnotists. He also had great success with psychotics. Jay Haley's biography, "Uncommon Therapy", outlines Erickson's methods and stories. Erickson's methods were the basis …

  • German scientist, who was an atomic physicist and won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1932 for creating quantum mechanics. He was also known as "the greatest German theoretical particle physicist". His mathematical formulation of quantum mechanics, matrix mechanics, was what made him famous. Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle was another name he is well-known for. This principle was a key contributor …

  • Grace Moore

    United States -- Soprano ("One Night to Live")

  • Polish-American politician, a U.S. Dem. From 1933 to his death, he was a Washington congressman. As a child, he moved to the U.S. with his family in 1905. He married Ruby Louise Nix in 1936.

  • English footballer (d. 1972)

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