List of celebrities and famous people who were born on June 5th
Famous birthdays on June 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002005
Granddaughter of King Juan Carlos I, Spain
Famous birthdays on June 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
American family with a first son, Pamela Anderson Lee, and Tommy Lee, her husband. Pamela was the star on "Baywatch", and Tommy is the drummer of the musical group "Motley Crue."
South African/Australian actor/singer
English table tennis player
English singer and dancer
Canadian soccer player
Famous birthdays on June 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Filipina-Japanese voice actress & singer
Pakistani screenwriter and director
TV Show Host
American basketball player
German rugby player
Canadian ice hockey player
American football player
Russian tennis player
American figure skater
French singer and actress
Canadian-born Italian rugby player
American football player
American baseball player
American trombonist (Suburban Legends), (d. 2005).
American musician (Suburban Legends).
English pornographic actress
Filipino actor and poet
British television personality (d. 2009.)
Canadian singer/guitarist (Simple Plan).
Canadian musician (Simple Plan)
Thai football player
Canadian ice hockey player
Famous birthdays on June 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
American musician Fall Out Boy
English wheelchair racer
American race car driver
Miss Cyprus Universe (1997)
Portuguese football player
Miss Indiana Teen USA (1996)
French soccer/football player, a goalkeeper who currently plays for US CrA(c)teil-Lusitanos.
Ville LaSalle, Quebec -- Ice dancer (1996 Canadians-2nd)
American screenwriter and author
He was a French entrepreneur who created a French version "Facebook" prior to the US launch of Facebook. Trombinoscope was his idea for virtual communities.
American football player, Kevin to his dad and the general public. Troy to his mother is Troy. He won the Bobby Dodd Award 1/24/1995, which is the high school equivalent of the Heisman Trophy, as the top running back in high school. Gerry Di Nardo, the new head coach of the LSU Fighting Tigers, was his choice to play pro …
The Dutch track and field champion is also the holder the Belgian record. He improved it at the Atlanta Olympics on February 7, 1996. He finished 13th in the 110 m. hurdles series, the third round of the 12th round.
Italian comedian and actress, Paolo is the daughter of a writer and politician and Sabina Guzzanti, the younger sister.
American producer and rapper (The Weathermen, Hail Mary Mallon).
American football player and sportscaster
Canadian basketball player
Lithuanian-American basketball player, center, Cavaliers
Estonian-German ice dancer
TV Show Host
French rugby player, wing forward. Bernard Laporte has just selected him for FranceaEUR(tm). He is currently a student.
English keyboard player and drummer (Anathema Antimatter & Alternative 4)
American openly gay actor from "St Elsewhere", Webster (1985-1986), Our House (86-1988), and My Two Dads(89-1990).
American baseball player
American bassist (311)
Actress and ventriloquist in English
Cerritos, California -- Actress
California; actor (David-Our House, My two Dads)
Belgian martial artist
Defensive end (New Orleans Saints).
Defensive end (Buffalo Bills)
Swedish singer and songwriter
Swedish guitarist and producer, singer-songwriter and guitarist (Pain of Salvation & The Flower Kings).
American professional wrestler
American journalist and author
Polish academic and conductor
American actor and musician, Donnie Wahlberg's younger brother. He formed Marky Mark and The Funky Bunch, a rap group as a teenager following his brother. He released "Music for the People", a collection of gritty songs about urban street life, in late 1991. Donnie, 22 years old, funded the album. He also co-wrote and produced it. Donnie even sang some …
Northern Irish actress
WLAF running back (Barcelona Dragons).
NFL guard/tackle (SD Chargers).
Japanese race car driver
Shawinigan -- NHL left wing (Vancouver Canucks)
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
American notable family, Lynda Robb's daughter, and also the granddaughter of President Lyndon B. Johnson. She was born in Austin, Texas and became a lawyer.
Young Adult Author
Bialystok (Poland) -- Actress (Golden Eye).
Bialystok (Poland) -- Actress (Golden Eye).
Famous birthdays on June 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
WLAF tight End (Frankfurt Galaxy).
WLAF / CFL defensive Lineback (Win Blue Bombers Claymores)
A Scottish-born physician, father and wife Kate were on vacation in Portugal when Madeleine McCann disappeared. The parents were also heavily covered in the media. Although there were several suspects (including Kate McCann) in the disappearance of the child, authorities have not been capable of convicting anyone.
An English politician and lawyer Minister for Culture Communications and Creative Industries
American basketball player: Forward, Rockets
Modesto, California -- Outfielder (St. Louis Cardinals).
English journalist, TV presenter, and animal rights activist. Turner-Webster is a Patron of the Vegan Society, Viva! The Vegetarian Society.
United States -- 200m runner (1988 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Producer and actor from Ireland.
Orangeburg, South Carolina -- Infielder (Houston Astros)
Baltimore, Maryland -- LPGA Golfer (1989 Mitsubishi Motors Ocean State).
Brooklyn, New York -- Actress. (Prime Suspect).
Skalica, Czechoslovakia -- Hockey goalie (Team Slovakia)
Windsor, Ontario -- NHL right-wing (Chicago Blackhawks).
American author and astronomer
American Ice Hockey Player
Young Adult Author
Rocker (Fuzzbox-Into Rescue)
English politician and journalist
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Nile).
Academic and Kosovo-Albanian critic
French professional golfer who won the 1985 French Amateur Championship.
Marshall, Michigan -- Cyclist (1996 Olympics).
American openly-lesbian film maker, she was director of the popular TV series, "Six Feet Under" and director/Screenwriter for Laurel Canyon (2003).
Hungarian singer and bass player (PokolgA,c)p and P. Mobil).
Hungarian heavy metal singer
French politician and physicist, he was the personal advisor of Lionel Jospin (Socialist ex-Prime Minister) and then of President FranASSois Netherlandse. He was accused of influence peddling by Mediapart on 17 April 2014.
Estonian politician and historian 34th Estonian Minister for Education
Belgian royalty, the second child of Prince Albert and Princess Paola of Belgium.
Archduchess of Austria-Este
California, United States -- Rock vocalist ("Berlin-You take my breath away")
American voice actress (d. 1999).
India -- Tennis star
American pianist and singer (The Kingsmen Quartet), (d. 2006).
German author and astrologer, Hans-Hinrich Taeger's collaborator for many years. She also worked on the Taeger Archives. Astroenergetics is a blend of science, astrology and Buddhism. Her special interests include feminine astrology and mythology. She is currently working on a book on dream life and the Moon's influence.
American singer and actress of voice (d. 1999).
French businessman and president of the Toulon rugby union club.
Estonian coach and footballer
English academic and author
Famous birthdays on June 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American journalist, who was a People magazine staff member for 10 years before he decided to quit his job to write a screenplay. In January 1993, he married Susan.
English singer (The Nightingales The Prefects & The Minus 5)
Gospel singer (The Winans).
Professional astrologist in German and Spanish. He was bilingual as a child in Madrid, and began his astrology studies there. He then studied psychology in Hamburg and became a Gestalt therapist. He is a psychotherapist and astrologist in northern Germany.
American family of distinction, the daughter and dancer Neile Adam's dancer Neile McQueen.
Israeli politician, who has served as Israel's Minister for Foreign Affairs since 2013. He was also a member of the Knesset as well as Deputy Prime Minster of Israel. Lieberman's term as Foreign Minister started in 2009, and he resigned in December 2012 due to fraud and breaching of trust charges. He is the founder of and the leader of …
Comorian politician and businessman President of the Comoros
President of the Comoros
American journalist, author of "I Closed My Eyes", (2003) an autobiography detailing her 10-year battle with domestic abuse by her husband. Her writing won several awards. She is a Northwestern University journalism professor.
American family of note, one of the four sons of journalist Clifton Daniel (and his wife); writer Margaret Truman; grandson U.S. President Harry Truman. Truman was only 15 years old when he died. He wrote "Growing up with my Grandfather" a story about what it was like to be a low achiever within a prominent American family. He attended the …
Popular Italian singer who was awarded the Sanremo Festival Award for 1987. Married in Milan, Italy, 9/06/1986.
American fashion designer (d. 2011)
Wilmington, Delaware -- Nike golfer (1994 Miss Gulf Coast-50th)
Mount Clemons (Michigan) -- Astronaut (STS58, 76; sk 90).
English singer-songwriter (The Psychedelic Furs, Love Spit Love).
Cuban singer/songwriter (Born 1955).
Brazilian manager and footballer
Brazilian football player
Florida, United States -- Miss Florida (1977), / actress (Joan St Elsewhere).
American actress and model
English cricketer coach and manager
England, United Kingdom -- Hard rock drummer ("Iron Maiden Powerslave")
American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher for the Montreal Expos as well as the San Diego Padres.
English critic and chef
Amblin Entertainment was co-founded by an American film producer.
English drummer (Iron Maiden).
American classical musician
American singer, her brother Taj Mahal is a blues musician. She is of African-American descent and immigrated to France in 1979, where she gained a reputation for being a talented singer.
American writer, financial advisor, and television personality
American educator and wife to Vice President Joe Biden
American actor (d.2015)
American lawyer, prominently seen on TV and in media as one of the lawyers representing George W. Bush in December 2000.
American TV host and author
American TV host and author
United States -- Singer (Hair all over your face, Hair)
Jr., Filipino journalist (Born 1950).
Romania -- Team handball (1976 Olympics- Silver Medalist).
Famous birthdays on June 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
French radio and television journalist and author.
French business leader in energy sustainability, who is now the Director of Sustainable Energy Policy and Technology at the International Energy Agency.
12th Earl of Dundee, a Scottish politician
English judge and lawyer
French rugby player. He was the second row, or wing forward. Claude is the third brother of three who played French rugby.
Australia -- Rocker (Air Supply).
American experimental musician, composer, and performer who plays keyboards and sings in a variety music styles.
Indonesian comedian and actor (d. 2014)
French psychiatrist and psychoanalyst.
South Africa -- Activist (ANC)
English singer-songwriter/guitarist (Badfinger), (d. 1983).
Playwright (Strapless. Plenty. Wetherby. Fatale.
Popular, innocent-looking Italian actress best known for her roles as Bertolucci. She was a former dancer, beauty contest winner and an actress who could portray innocence and sensuality. Sandrelli, a talented actress, has made more than 50 films, TV and stage appearances since she was 15. She has worked alongside directors like Bertolucci and Scola. Sandrelli has been awarded two …
Since 2001, Bishop of Nimes is a French Catholic clergyman.
French pianist and organist, who was co-owner of the CavaillA(c),-Coll organ at Sainte-Clotilde Basilica in 1987.
Welsh-New Zealand actor
Cairo, Egypt -- Actress (Blowup, Clockwork Orange).
Rocker (Captain Beefheart)
American singer-guitarist and pastor (Sly and The Family Stone).
Williams F1 was co-founded by an English engineer and a businessman.
English guitarist (Atomic Rooster, Hard Stuff the Attack and Andromeda) (d. 2001).
A French police commissioner became a prefect.
Rock guitarist (Sly & Family Stone Stand)
Brazilian singer and television host
Actor (Klammer auf Klammer Zu)
American baseball player. He was a right-handed spitter and swith hitting second baseman. He played six games in October 1968 with the St.Louis Cardinals.
USA; Country singer (Statler Bros, "Flowers on the Wall")
Black power salute given to Track star (1968 Olympics-Bronze Medalist)
English F1 technical director (WilliamsF1) and team co-owner
Canadian-American ice hockey coach and player
Brazilian writer and author of a brief biography about Madame Blavatsky. He is a New Age authority and was the editor of "Planets", a local metaphysical magazine. He is the founder of Brazil's largest esoteric bookstore.
Irish actor and tenor
American academic and cryptographer
American Olympics track and field athlete, he won a Gold Medal in the 200m at the 1968 Mexico City games. He and John Carlos, his teammate, performed a Black salute at the medal ceremony and were praised for their actions.
Egyptian-English singer and actress
British boxing champion, who won a Gold Medal in boxing at Mexico City Olympic Games, November 1968.
English game show host and author
American musician, a bass player, and formerly a member the rock band MC5.
Researcher / writer
Italian television director.
President of Equatoriaal Guiinee (1979-)
Bowler / sportscaster (Pro Bowlers Tour)
Equatoguinean politician and lieutenant, 2nd President of Equatorial Guia
French painter, sculptor, and engraver.
Argentinean pianist, Chopin interpreter and winner of the 1965 Warsaw award.
American comedian, humorist, satirist, and stage monologist. Television host. He was known as "the high priest" of anxiety and created a series 15 monologues that he performed throughout the United States, Europe, and Australia. These included "Monster in a Box," Gray's Anatomy," "Monster in a Box," and "Swimming To Cambodia."
Brazilian singer and songwriter
Argentina; pianist (debut 1949).
American entrepreneur. Chairman and owner of New England Patriots football club. Television cameras captured Kraft, who was usually cool, dancing wild in the parade celebrating the Patriots' long-awaited Super Bowl Lombardi Trophy win. Kraft followed his victory by another first: he invested $325 million of his personal funds to build a new stadium in the next year. Kraft was a …
Astrologer from America. He had been to as many countries by the age of 30, at which point he was considered an American astrologer. He is remembered for creating the "Astrocarto-Graphy", a map that was based on Brigadier Firebrace's system in the 1960s. The first map was hand-drawn in September 1976. He was a great speaker, engaging, entertaining, and inspiring, …
Baron Rooker English politician and academic Minister of State for Immigration
Scotland, United Kingdom -- Singer (Loch Lomond)
American conservative talk-show host. His intelligent approach to issues is rare. Brudnoy is remembered for his intelligent and well-rounded views, and his ability to present rational arguments that are not influenced by personal attacks.
Famous birthdays on June 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Canadian politician, born 1957. Named as the head of the Progressive Conservative Party (2/22/1976), the youngest leader of a political party in Canadian history. From 5/1979, he was elected Prime Minister and was then voted out of office by the Liberal Party on February 18, 1980.
Hematology is his specialty. Professor at the University of Milan and Italian physician, he also teaches. He is the author of numerous scholarly works and has received many awards and prizes for his research on hemophilia, thrombosis, and other related topics.
Canadian author (d. 2001)
Spy author (Eye of the Needle).
(P-C) 16th Canadian Prime Minister (1979-80)
English critic and author
The tenth Duke de Rohan was a French nobleman. He married Octavie RouillA(c) de Boissy. He died at Josselin on 6 August 1893.
The smallest preterm baby known to survive (280g).
German DR, hurdler (1968 Olympics – Gold Medalist).
French feminist poet, playwright and philosopher. She is a recipient of honorary degrees from Queen's University in Canada, the University of Alberta in Canada, University College Dublin in Ireland, University College London in the UK, Georgetown University, Northwestern University, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. She was named A.D. White Professor at Large at Cornell University in 2008, …
French writer, poet
Norwegian actress in theatre, television, and film. In 1959, she made her stage debut at Folketeatret. From 1960 to 1972, she worked as a stage manager at Oslo Nye Teater and then at Nationalteatret (the National Theatre) in 1973.
American CEO of Entergy (a company that generates nuclear energy), and executive from the United States. Lupberger is interested in finance and accounting and has an AB degree and an MBA degree. He also enjoys fly fishing when he's not at work.
Deputy Chief (British Defense Staff).
Dutch opera composer (Labyrint. Houdine. Symposion).
American journalist Bill Moyers is a well-known American journalist. He was a TV interviewer and political aide during the Kennedy and Johnson presidential administrations. His Baptist faith and small-town values influenced his decisions regarding journalism and politics. Moyers, a self-described "moral agent", produces public television programs that discuss American democracy and spirituality. Moyers introduced Americans to Joseph Campbell, the mythologist, …
LaCrosse, Wisconsin -- Astronaut
American lawyer and CEO of GATX Capital. GATX Capital is a portfolio management company and real estate investor company. Glasser is a college graduate who has an AB in history and a JD in history. He breeds Bedlington dogs during his free time.
British social worker
Icelandic triple jumper painter, educator
Oklahoma, USA; news commentator (Bill Moyers’ Journal).
Serbian politician and actor
French journalist. He is a political reporter at Combat, Quotidien de Paris, and LaEUR(tm).
American occultist, author of "Mayan Tarot Book" and artist of the deck.
Dublin, Ireland -- Novelist ("My Left Foot, Down All The Days")
American businessman founded 99 Cents Only Stores (d.2013).
French rower who participated in the 1952 Summer Olympics and the 1956 Summer Olympics as well as the 1960 Summer Olympics.
French director, whose themes of chance & time reflect his romantic nature. He studied film and art after graduating from film school. In 1950, he was an animator's assistant and in 1954, he became a director of documentaries. His first short subject was 1956. He also directed features with "Lola" in 1960. His 1964 film "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg", rich …
Commisioner (London Metropolitan Police)
American actress (d.2009)
Polish philosopher and anthropologist
Canadian politician and businessman
French Astrologer, Author of "DA(c]terminisme universel and libertA(c]humain - Les aspects.astrologiques."
Founder (Center for History of Tech Bath University).
Austrian politician, diplomat and government official. He was the Austrian Minister for Foreign Affairs from 1976 to 1983. From 1983 to 1986, he served as Ambassador to Germany. He was Secretary-General of the World Tourism Organisation from 1986 to 1989, and he served as Commissioner to Refugees at the Austrian Ministry of the Interior between 1990 and 1995.
American physiologist, best known for his work on hyperbaric physiology.
Egyptian author (d. 1996)
Famous birthdays on June 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
English soldier educator and politician (d.2015)
England, United Kingdom -- Director (Delicate Balance, Hotel NH)
Actor (Blade Runner and Equalizer) dies from cancer at 66
Scottish screenwriter and novelist. His most well-known novel, Tunes of Glory (1956), was made into a popular film.
Italy sport Champion
California, USA; actor (12 O'Clock High, Equalizer, Automan).
France sport Champion
French wrestling champion.
American football running back for both the Washington Redskins of the National Football League and the Philadelphia Eagles. He played college football for Texas A&M University. The Redskins drafted him in the first round 1949 NFL Draft. The Chicago Bears drafted him in the 15th round in 1948 NFL Draft, while the Buffalo Bills drafted him in the 16th round …
Fourth-generation ivory carver from France.
American novelist, poet, and professor.
USA; actor (Your Show of Shows and Days of Our Lives).
Hungarian-American engineer, businessman (d.2013)
St Paul Politician
Harvey, Illinois -- Actor
American football star
(Rep-R-AL, 1965- )
Indiana, USA; singer (Winchell & Mahoney).
French business leader and former CEO of Bayard Presse (one of the oldest presses and publishing companies in France).
Librarian / orientalist
French Catholic priest, bishop of Poitiers 1975-1994
American baseball player and Scout (d. 2013).
Argentinian race car driver (d. 1963)
American psychologist, scientist and researcher in atomics. He was a researcher scientist who received a Ph.D. degree in psychology. Then he entered the field of scientific design and atomics. He was responsible for the design of the chairs that astronauts used in their space capsules. He was shot down three more times while he was a pilot in the Army …
Canadian actor (d. 1994).
American composer, organist, harpsichordist (d.2006)
Lynn, Massachusetts -- Composer (Signs of Zodiac).
French composer, pianist, singer, music arranger, and artistic director.
Pilot and politician from the Netherlands-Australian army (d. 2013).
English actress (d. 2016).
American Astrologer, Pro since 1970. Teacher. Mary was a ballroom dancer and was once an astrologer. She was married three times, with one child.
Italian journalist and writer about stock market trends.
At 54, War reporter/Historian (Bridge too Far) dies
German bandleader who was well-respected. His orchestras were known for their swinging dance music, but were open to boppish solos.
American football coach and player (d. 1999).
Famous birthdays on June 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Tokyo, Japan -- Conductor (Nippon Phil Orchestra 1956-68)
Author and illustrator of American-Swiss (d. 1994).
American physicist known for his "omnivorous mind." He was a Chief of NASA from 1971 to 1977, and was a Government appointee.
American musician and drummer who joined the Welk Orchestra in 1951.
France Military man
Jacques Esterel was a French fashion designer who established his couture house in 1953. Esterel's first years were particularly successful because he contributed to a playful fashion spirit. This was illustrated by his "Vichy", a bridal gown he designed for Brigitte Bardot in France. In 1974, Esterel died unexpectedly from an aneurism at the age of 57.
American astrologer who joined the AFA June 1968.
American baseball manager and player (d. 2011).
American writer/literature critic (Inmost Leaf).
American singer-songwriter who specializes in country music. His 1949 hit "Ghost Riders in the Sky" was one of his greatest hits.
Singer/actress (Nicholas Nickleby Shot in the Dark).
English archaeologist, academic
General of the French Army, who was killed in Paris on 14/12/1999.
French Resistance fighter who was awarded the title of 'Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' for his heroism.
American-Italian painter, academic, (d. 2000).
Author and American ornithologist (d. 2003).
German equestrian champion and Olympic champion. He was a four-time Olympic gold medalist at four Olympics: 1960, 1964 and 1968, 1968, 1972, and 1972.
Italian soccer player. He died in October 1977.
Physician / CEO (ASH)
American actor (Born in 1910).
Italy Military man
Famous birthdays on June 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Canadian victim of Titanic, she was also the last child of first and two-class to die. Her body was never found. Trevor, her youngest brother (aged 11 months), survived.
Italian soccer player. He was 88 years old when he died.
Senior master (British Supreme Court)
American Astrologer, who joined AFA July 1966.
Deputy comptroller (British Government PO)
Actress (Roman Holiday)
London, England -- Actor.
German scientist, physicist and author. He also researched in spectroscopy and electric arcs. He was married once and had one child.
South African cricketer, Wisden COY 36 (d. 1935).
New York Yankees, Dallas).
American illustrator (d. 1987).
Fontainebleau Military man
American religious minister (d. 1957).
American activist and author of a minister (d. 1957).
France Military man
Canoh?s Military man
Great Ruler of Russia/Daughter of the last tsar
Nobel Prize winner in physics and engineering for Hungarian-English (d. 1979).
St Junien physician