List of celebrities and famous people who were born on July 5th
Famous birthdays on July 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Gus Kamp is a TV actor known for his role as Barry on the Disney Channel series Best Friends Whenever.
first cloned mammal (Born 1996)
Post Malone is a popular American musician known for his unique blend of hip-hop, rock, and country music, and for hits like 'Rockstar' and 'Congratulations'.
Air Algerie Flight 5017 crashed in France killing all 157 people. It took off from Ouagadougou, and was en route to Algiers. Their twins Adrien and Rodolphe were killed along with Bertrand Gineste (pharmacist born 17 January 1959), and their mother VA(c]ronique Lejeune Gineste and Mathis (born 2000).
Russian player in ice hockey
Leo Stronda is a Brazilian rapper and fitness enthusiast known for his music and appearances on reality TV shows.
American tennis player
Marie-Ange Casta is a French model and actress known for her work in the fashion industry and her appearances in films and television.
Famous birthdays on July 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American male supermodel
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Canvas and Deadbeat Darling).
Ukrainian tennis player
Canadian ice hockey player
American notable family. The daughter of Tanya Tucker (a Country and Western singer star) Although her mom refused to reveal the identity of the father at first, she later spoke out about their relationship with actor Ben Reed. Beau Grayson was born in 1991. Presley was delivered by C-section in good health.
Dutch speed skater
Brazilian race car driver
Adam Young is a pop singer known for being the founder and sole member of the electronic project Owl City, and for the hit song 'Fireflies'.
Russian player in ice hockey
Italian footballer (d. 2012).
American plus-size model
François Arnaud is a Canadian actor known for his roles in TV series such as The Borgias and Midnight, Texas.
German producer and DJ
German skeleton racer
German skeleton racer
Isabeli Fontana is a Brazilian model known for her work with Victoria's Secret and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
Melanie Fiona is a Canadian R&B singer-songwriter known for hits like 'It Kills Me' and '4 AM'.
Mexican baseball player
Tuba Buyukustun is a Turkish actress known for her roles in popular TV series and films.
Alberto Gilardino is a retired Italian soccer player known for his prolific goal-scoring ability and his contributions to the Italian national team.
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Lady Antebellum).
American journalist and model
Australian water polo player
Slovenian basketball player
Gianne Albertoni is a Brazilian actress and model known for her work in the fashion industry and for appearing on the cover of numerous magazines.
T. J. Miller is an American comedian and actor known for his roles in the TV show Silicon Valley and the movie Deadpool.
Canadian baseball player
She is a French actress who was cast in Bernardo Bertolucci's 2003 film "The Dreamers." It was not her first movie but it greatly benefited her career. She appeared in "Kingdom of Heaven" in 2005, and one year later she was in "Casino Royale," a remake of James Bond's film. This movie starred Daniel Craig.
She is a French actress who was cast in Bernardo Bertolucci's 2003 film "The Dreamers." It was not her first movie but it greatly boosted her career. She appeared in "Kingdom of Heaven" in 2005, and one year later she was in "Casino Royale," a remake of James Bond's film. This movie starred Daniel Craig.
Pauly D is an American DJ and producer best known for his appearance on the reality TV show Jersey Shore.
American singer, songwriter, and guitarist (Lifehouse).
Famous birthdays on July 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
She was a French tennis pro and a two-time Grand Slam title holder. She made her debut on the international stage at the 1999 Australian Open finals. She lost the match but she was still considered a serious contender. She won the Australian Open and Wimbledon in 2006. One year later, she was sidelined by a strained adductor muscle. She …
Irish singer and songwriter. He was the frontman and lead singer of Westlife, an Irish boy band. The group disbanded in 2012. Filan's debut solo album, You and Me was released in 2013.
French tennis player
German rugby player
Manager and footballer from Bulgaria
Lebanese actress. One of the most well-known actresses in Arab cinema, she is credited with taking on many roles in various languages and countries. Since 1991, she has worked in theatre, television, and film.
Glen Power is a drummer best known as a member of the Irish rock band The Script.
Darine Hamze is a Lebanese actress known for her roles in various Arabic films and television series.
German-Turkish singer-songwriter (Yurtseven KardeAYler)
German tennis player
French sprinter who is a specialist in the 100 m and 60 m.
American rapper (D12 and Outsidaz)
Turkish volleyball player
Argentinian coach and footballer
Tokyo, Japan -- Tennis star
Actor and dancer from Australia
Faroese bassist (Tyr)
Italian motorcycle racer.
Irish producer and singer (Moloko),
Swedish drummer (The Cardigans).
Pardubice in Czechoslovakia -- NHL defenceman (Sharks Olympics - Gold--1998)
Swedish coach and footballer
Gilles Lellouche is a French actor known for his roles in popular French films such as 'Little White Lies' and 'Point Blank'.
Jamaica -- Canadian 4X100m runner (1996 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
Manager and player from Scotland
East Orange, New Jersey -- Tennis star
West Palm Beach, Florida -- Pitcher. San Diego Padres
Melbourne, Victoria -- Golfer
Spanish race walker
Thizz Entertainment was founded in 2004 by American producer and rapper Thizz.
Famous birthdays on July 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Marc-O is a French radio and television host, producer of radio and television programs and journalist.
American rapper (Wu-Tang Clan)
American hockey player. He played left-wing for the Montreal Canadiens (Philadelphia Flyers), and Pittsburgh Penguins (between 1991 and 2006). In 1993, he won the Stanley Cup for the Canadiens.
Redondo Beach, California -- Kayak (1996 Olympics)
English television personality
St. Albans, Vermont -- NHL forward (Team USA, Philadelphia)
Iowa City, Iowa -- 220 lbs greco-roman wrestler (1996 Olympics)
Australian softball outfielder (1996 Olympics, Bronze Medalist).
Estonian screenwriter and author
American producer and writer for television
French fashion designer and photographer. He was the creative director of Dior Homme, Christian Dior's menswear brand. He is currently Saint Laurent Paris' creative director.
Italian scuba-diver set the world record for diving 121m without breathing apparatus on 10/02/1998.
NFL Wide Receiver (SF 49ers).
Japanese manga artist
Japanese composer and pianist
Canadian singer-songwriter and keyboard player (The Evaporators).
Canadian singer, keyboardist and journalist (The Evaporators).
Berkeley, California -- Rower (1996 Olympics)
Pasadena, California -- Pitcher (San Diego Padres)
Italian comics artist
Italian lawyer, a young attorney. He was a witness in a case where Gigi Sabani (a game show host) was accused of corruption. Anita Ceccariglia was a young, innocent-looking girl who was engaged to her boyfriend. It was later discovered that they had exchanged erotic services in order to get the chance to compete as contestants. Anita met Judge Alessandro …
Indian dancer and actor
She replaced Patrick Poivre d'Arvor as French journalist and anchor of the TF1 weekly newspaper. In 2012, she resigned due to low audience. Gilles Bouleau replaced her. After 14 years of marriage to Thomas Hugues (journalist), and two children, she remarried Renaud CapeASSon in 2009.
English playwright and actress
Coach and player of Italian football
Hartford, Connecticut -- WPVA volleyballer (Nationals-7th - 1994)
Israeli-American pianist and educator
Micke Spreitz is a Swedish actor known for his roles in action movies and TV series.
American writer and singer
Grandson of English Princess Mary
German author of 20 books (self help books, children's book, stories). Her 1995 bestseller, "Bestellungen beim Universum", has been translated into 14 other languages. Mohr gave workshops and lectures on joy and how to realize one's dreams. She died in Munich on 29 October 2010 at the age of 46.
American producer and screenwriter
Edie Falco is an American actress best known for her roles as Carmela Soprano in The Sopranos and Nurse Jackie Peyton in Nurse Jackie.
Dorien Wilson is an American TV actor known for his role as Professor Stanley Oglevee on the sitcom 'The Parkers'.
Australian TV personality, author and humanitarian aid worker.
American actor and singer
French journalist; newspaper, radio and television reporter.
Indonesian terrorist (d. 2008)
American artist uses neon tubes to create art and atmosphere.
American biographer who wrote two books about her father, actor Sammy Davis Jr., and "Sammy Davis Jr. : A Personal Journey with My Father" (the latter is a coffee-table book that she co-authored with Nina Bunche Pierce).
Italian voice actress
Rakesh Jhunjhunwala is an Indian business executive known as the 'Warren Buffett of India' for his successful investments in the Indian stock market.
American actor and director
Canadian stunt actor
Famous birthdays on July 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
French Astrologer, Researcher, and Lecturer
North Carolina, United States -- Actresses (Kimberly Days of our Life).
American keyboard player and singer-songwriter
Irish journalist (Born 1958)
American illustrator and author
Dominique Nicolas is a French musician known for being the guitarist of the band Indochine.
North Carolina, USA; actress ("Kimberly-Days of Our Lives")
British opera and symphony conductor
American pornographic actor. He appeared in pornographic films and magazines that featured gay and bisexual actors in the 1980s. He was at the peak of his popularity when he dated Divine, the drag queen Divine.
German high jumper
Canadian-American Ice Hockey Manager
Brazilian brunette model, and occasionally actress. She was a model and nude photographer. Her strategically placed tattoos are what made her famous. She is married with one child from artificial insemination.
Green Bay Packers, Oakland Raiders
Rock saxophonist (Michael Stanley Band)
Australian tennis player and coach
American chef, author, and restaurateur who is a pioneer in the New American Cuisine movement.
American guitarist and songwriter (Aerosmith & Stress).
New Zealand cricketer and coach
American computer scientist and mathematician.
American-Irish lawyer. He was later the deputy chief legal counsel, and then the chief legal counsel of the Republican National Committee (RNC). This happened in the late 1980s and early 90s. He was born Anthony Lee, Ireland. He spent his early years in a convent until he was adopted by Marge Hess and Doc Hess, St Louis, Missouri.
British racing driver
Ohio, USA; Lieutenant Colonel US Air Force/astronaut (STS 44).
American baseball player
Dutch rock drummer (Catapult)
American politician and junior senator of Mississippi
Japanese actress and singer (d. 2013).
American singer (and the News)
French head of cultural institutions. She was the CNC (Centre national du cinA)ma's chair until 31 December 2010 and then became president of Arte (Association relative A la tA (c)vision europA (c)enne), a Franco–German TV network from 2011; and president du comité d'Arte France.
American musician and guitarist, who was also an original member of "Steppenwolf", along with John Kay (guitar, Rushton Mourve, bass, Goldy McJohn and Jerry Edmonton (drums), In 1967, the group was originally called "Sparrow" in Canada. They moved to California after their first single. They changed their name to "Steppenwolf" when they signed a record deal with Dunhill. Their debut …
Baseball player (1973 National League rookie-of-the-year).
Famous birthdays on July 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Fictional character in LA Law
German / Israeli writer (Heimliche Gegenwart)
American notable family, the daughter Burt Lancaster.
American actor (Born 1948).
Mexican screenwriter and actress
TV Show Host
Italian TV presenter and writer.
British fashion designer
Karla Jo Musacchia, an American artist and model, used the name Karla CONWAY for her appearance in Playboy magazine's Playmate Of The Month issue of April 1966.
Russian choreographer and dancer (d. 2013).
Dutch Nobel Prize winner in Physics and Academics
American writer. Author of "Dances with Wolves" screenplay and book. Winner of the Golden Globe Award 1/19/1991. Entry that won the Academy Awards in 1991.
New York, USA: actor (Ted Stein-Struck by Lightning).
Baseball player (1965 American League rookie-of-the-year).
Norwegian sociologist and political scientist. He is Professor of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Oxford. He is also a Fellow of Green Templeton College.
Mexican politician and lawyer Attorney General of Mexico
Mexican politician and Attorney General of Mexico
Geneviève Grad is a French actress known for her roles in popular French films of the 1960s and 1970s.
Swedish politician, 28th Swedish Minister for Defence for Sweden
Toronto, Ontario -- Rock guitarist (Band)
Canadian actor and producer of guitar (The Band),
French rugby player, member of the French Rugby team 1999. He is without a doubt the best full back in the world, having been selected 21 times at international events. Villepreux was the coach of the Italian team in 1977, and was also co-trainer for FranceaEUR(tm), France's 1997 team. He was appointed National technical director on 9/16/1999.
French Catholic priest, who has served as auxiliary bishop of Montpellier, LodA"ve, BA(c)ziers, Agde and Saint-Pons-de-ThomiA"res since 2003.
French business executive who was previously CEO and Chairman of the supermarket chain Carrefour.
French executive serving in various political positions, including the head of state secretariats and district cabinets. Menage was the director of the Presidential Staff Cabinet from 1988 to 1992. He was married on September 9, 1968, divorced on November 28, 1980, and remarried on February 2, 1982.
English tennis coach and sportscaster
American baseball player and coach (d.2001)
French high jump specialist. Sainte-Rose participated in the 1964 Summer Olympics as well as the 1968 Summer Olympics.
American Astrologer and Author of several books and ebooks. She is also an international lecturer. She has written columns for The Mountain Astrologer and Dell Horoscope, as well as contributing to other magazines. Her books include "How to Read Your Astrology Diagram" and "Healing Pluto Problems."
American choreographer and ballet dancer. In 1977 and 1985, he produced the ballet "A Footstep of Air". In 1989, his company, the Elliot Feld Dance Ensemble staged the production.
German football coach and player
Romanian mother to Nadia Comaneci, a noted gymnast.
Fijian chief president of Fiji
American radio producer and host (d. 2014).
American painter, artist, and photographer.
Famous birthdays on July 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American football player
American artist, ceramist. She was married three times and had two children.
American singer-songwriter and rock musician (d. 1981).
American actress and model, who is also a stage actress. She is the daughter of actress Margaret Suellavan. She is also the author of occasional articles as well as a 1977 autobiography, which was a bestseller and eventually became a TV miniseries.
California, USA; author (Haywire).
Dutch politician (CDA 2nd Chamber)
Nobel Prize winner in academics and an economist from Scotland
Dutch ballet dancer
France sport Champion
Kansas, USA; actress ("Endless Love, Secrets")
German journalist, writer, and politician. He died in Ludwigsburg on April 1, 1989.
Sir Fergus Millar, a British historian and Camden Professor Emeritus of Ancient History at Oxford University, is also known as Fergus Millar. Millar is one of the most prominent ancient historians in the 20th century. Millar was editor of the Journal of Roman Studies (1975aEUR”1979), President of the British Classical Association (1992aEUR”1993) and held various offices in British Academy. He …
American true crime author
Finnish actor and singer (d.2013)
North Ireland -- Actor (Casino Royale).
French diplomat who was Ambassador to Russia and Mongolia (1991-1992).
France sport Champion
German film/stage/tv actor, singer.
American Broadcasting executive, former President of CBS; he was also a UNESCO delegates.
American actor (Born 1932).
Hungarian politician, 3rd Prime Minster of the Republic of Hungary
South African politician and lawyer 17th Chief Justice South Africa (d. 2000).
DSC Communications is a global supplier of telecommunications equipment. It was founded by an American technical engineer and corporate manager. The company settled a class action suit alleging that it defrauded shareholders. Donald holds a BS in Engineering and a MS in Engineering.
Duluth (Minnesota) -- Actor (Missile to the Moon).
Famous birthdays on July 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Czech poet and graphic artist (d. 2014.)
Bill Gates' mother, philanthropist
American actress in film, theatre and television. Her grandmother and mother, both Catholics, raised her. She was educated in a Catholic primary school, and she appeared in many school plays. In 1955, her first stage appearance in As You Like It was her first. She began work in New York. Later, she operated a three-season summer theatre in Catskills and …
Japanese actor (d.2015)
Serbian politician and psychiatrist (d. 1992).
Texas, USA; actress ).
American/Australian jazz musician. He is an alto saxophone player and clarinet player. He is also a flutist. He was among many others who played with Bob Astor and Burt Massengale as well as Al Belletto, Australian Jazz Quartet and Joe Derise. He was the fourth child.
Katherine Helmond was an American actress known for her roles in the TV shows 'Soap' and 'Who's the Boss?'
French Socialist politician, who was Prime Minister for France under President FranASSois Mitchell from 1981 to 1984. From 1973 to 2001, Mauroy was also Mayor of Lille.
He was an American actor who made his film debut in 1959 with "The Rise and Fall Of Legs Diamond." He was often a sidekick to unglamorous roles.
Kentucky, USA; actor (East of Eden Stoney Burke).
Pennsylvania, USA; actress (Best foot forward, Fireball).
Belgium sport Champion
Swiss writer. He was married 3 times, and he died from cancer on 29 November 1979.
2nd Member of Parliament (Dutch Lib Party).
American actress. She was a gifted young pianist in her debut film, "They Shall Have Music", 1937. She was signed by Paramount Pictures at the age of 13 and became a star in many entertainment fields by the age of 27. Her films include "The Major and the Minor," 1942 and the "The Miracle of MorganaEUR(tm),s Creek," 1944. She was …
French traveler, author and explorer. Jean Raspail, the son of Marguerite Chaix and Octave Raspail, was born. He attended Saint-Jean-de-Passy, a private Catholic college in Paris, and the Institution Sainte-Marie d'Antony.
Peruvian painter, sculptor
Scranton (PA) -- Actress (Fireball and Lorelei-Big Town).
Belgian actor, director and comic writer who created the theatre troupe 'Sang Neuf in 1973.
Hungarian-American educator and cellist (d. 2013).
Canadian historian and curator of museums (d. 2001).
West Virginia, United States -- Football Coach (USC Tampa Bay, 5X Rose Bowl Champion)
He was an Italian soccer/football player, and team manager. He played for Pro Patria (1940-1942), 1945-1950 and 1957-1958), Liguria (432-42), Varese (1944), Como (50-1954), Palermo (1854-1955), Sanremese (1855-1957), Borgomanero (1958-1959) and two games with Italy's national team (1948).
American Astrologer, AFA member in August 1968.
Russian marshal (d. 2013)
Greek playwright and poet
American activist and politician
Famous birthdays on July 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101918
Paterson, New Jersey -- Composer (Concord Quartet)
Indian politician and lawyer 7th Chief Minister of Kerala (d.2010)
33rd Prime Minister, Egypt, Egyptian politician (d. 2012).
Model/actress (Summertime), passes away from infected bone at 77
Massillon, Ohio -- Actor (Defending Your Life)
American Olympian in track & field; he won gold at the 1936 Games.
American economist, industrial relations expert and administrator. He is also a labor scholar. He died 2 October 2003.
Danish singer and actress (d.2009)
Hungarian composer and pianist (d. 1995).
French publisher. He was the founder of A(c)ditions Bordas in 1946, a Paris-based publishing house.
American rhythm and blues guitarist and vocalist (d. 1966).
Russian art collector (d. 1990).
France sport Champion
Norwegian shipowner. He founded the shipping company Torvald Klaveness Group in 1946. He was made Knight of the 1st Class of the Royal Order of St. Olav in 1974. His father was the director of the Norwegian Shipowners Association 1916-1947.
American lyricist (d. 1993)
Olga Wormser Migot, a French historian. She was a specialist in the history deportation during World War II.
French politician, Premier 1962-1968 under President De Gaulle. During the 1968 strikes and riots, he was a prominent negotiator.
Estonian-Canadian academic and physicist (d. 2008).
The Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross was presented to the German Nazi HauptsturmfA 1/4 hrer, a Captain in the Waffen SS during World War II. This award was given to Nazi Germany's World War II soldiers who displayed extreme battlefield bravery and military leadership. Endress was taken prisoner of war in May 1945, and freed in 1948. Endress, a …
Maltese politician and lawyer 7th Prime Minister of Malta (d. 80).
Former Australian footballer and coach (d. 2005)
French professor of public law, who is credited with being the "reviser of French public law". He was a professor at PanthA(c]on-Assas University in Poitiers, Toulouse and Paris. He was a published author and wrote manuals on regulatory and constitutional law. These publications have influenced generations of French legal professionals. Vedel is most famous for his theory about the constitutional …
French officer in World War II who was an admiral in French Resistance. He was awarded the title of 'Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English : Companion to the Liberation).
Indonesian actor and singer (d. 1978).
American socioologist (d. 2003).
Famous birthdays on July 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Italian TV director, known for his stunning scenery.
Prince Henri Count of Paris was the Orleanist pretender to the French throne and head of the House of Orléans.
American librarian, author, professor. He was also a married man with two children. Professor Danton, 94, died November 12, 2002.
American clergyman. He was a Unitarian minister and was the last president the American Unitarian Association. After its merger with Universalist Church in America, he was also the founder president the Unitarian Universalist Association. Died June 13, 1986.
The Comte de Paris, a French aristocrat. He is the chief of the House of France and has not abandoned his role as a pretender to the throne or critic of the political scene. He celebrated his 90th Birthday at the ChAC/teau DaEUR(tm), Amboise in 1998, surrounded by his many grandchildren, children, and faithful followers. 1999 was his final year …
Beauvais Military man
German author, data collector, and pro astrologer.
American teacher and Civil Rights Movement teacher (d. 90).
Italian model / actress (La ronde)
Binghamton (New York) -- News anchor (ABC Evening News 1958-1959).
American actor (Doc-Gunsmoke), has died at 75 years old (b. 1904).
Peruvian socialite, composer and musician who created the Hymn To the Lord of Miracles in 1956. She was fourth in a family of fifteen children from an Anglo-Peruvian Catholic household that prayed the Rosary daily and attended Mass every day. Her artistic talents were evident from childhood. He was skilled at performing classical pieces on instruments like piano, guitar, and …
American politician and statesman, he was the Senator from Massachusetts between 1936-1944 and 1947-1953. He also served as Representative to the U.N. Security Council between 1953-1960. In 1960, he ran as Vice-President with Richard Nixon. From 1964-1967, Lodge was Ambassador to South Vietnam and Ambassador to West Germany between 1968-1969.
Lodge (Republican) politician/ambassador (Vice Presidential candidate 1960).
Italian ecclesiastic. A Roman Catholic priest, and the Archbishopof Florence 1962-1977.
Italian Argentine footballer (d. 1981)
Soviet puppet master (d. 1992)
Cardinal of Utrecht Netherlands
Yamashina Institute for Ornithology was founded by a Japanese ornithologist (d. 1989).
German columnist, astrologer and writer. He was a popular, serious astrologist and the author of more than 45 books on the subject, including "Handbook of Astrology" and “Stars, Fate and Character." He was also well-known for his short stories and youth books.