List of celebrities and famous people who were born on March 5th
Famous birthdays on March 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002003
American infanticide. The baby died in daycare on June 5, 2003. The day care operator was charged with homicide by the state after the child died from shaken baby syndrome. According to reports, the day care owner had defied multiple orders not to close. The owner of the day care, who was responsible for 13 children aged 6 and below, …
Famous birthdays on March 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Russian chess player
Taylor Marie Hill is a model known for her work with Victoria's Secret and her appearances in fashion magazines and runway shows.
Russian tennis player
Iranian basketball player
Bobbi Kristina Brown was an American media personality and singer, best known as the daughter of singers Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown.
American composer and violinist
English-TaA-wanese young prodigy, classical pianist. He began to compose at the age of five, without having access to a piano.
Russian composer and pianist
Draymond Green is a professional basketball player known for his defensive prowess and versatility on the court.
Famous birthdays on March 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Sterling Knight is an American actor known for his role as Chad Dylan Cooper on the Disney Channel series Sonny with a Chance.
Erin Heatherton is a model known for her work with the lingerie brand Victoria's Secret.
Jake Lloyd is an American actor best known for portraying young Anakin Skywalker in the film Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace.
Andy Glass is a bassist known for being a member of the metalcore band We Came as Romans.
Serbian volleyball player
Russian tennis player
Brazilian actress, singer and model
Jockey for a French race horse.
Scott Michael Foster is an American actor known for his roles in TV shows such as Greek and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.
American actress (d.2015)
Australian rules footballer
Serbian basketball player
French-born Guadeloupean footballer
Dan Carter is a retired New Zealand rugby player widely regarded as one of the greatest fly-halves in the history of the sport.
Model and television personality from Italy
New Zealand rugby player
Chinese sport shooter
American Ice Hockey Player
Canadian ice hockey player
American businessman founded Maker Studios
Renan Luce is a French singer and songwriter known for his hit song 'La Lettre'.
Italian volleyball player
German actress and singer
Famous birthdays on March 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
English rugby union player
American baseball player
Australian rules footballer
California, United States -- Actresses (Robin General Hospital).
American basketball player and sportscaster
Cuban-born Italian volleyball player
American baseball player
English writer and actor
Shirley Bousquet is a French actress known for her roles in various French films and television series.
Lithuanian basketball coach and player
American mixed martial artist and wrestler
Niki Taylor is a renowned model who has graced the covers of magazines such as Elle and Marie Claire.
Brazilian race car driver
Jolene Blalock is an American actress best known for her role as Subcommander T'Pol on the television series Star Trek: Enterprise.
Australian soccer player
Eva Mendes is an American actress known for her roles in popular films such as Hitch, Training Day, and The Other Guys.
French judoka won silver in the half-lightweight (aEUR' 66 kg), division at the 2000 Summer Olympics, Sydney, Australia. He was defeated in the final by Turkey's Huseyin Ottkan.
Barbara SchAPneberger, a German actress, singer and TV host, is Barbara SchAPneberger.
Matthieu Delormeau is a French television presenter and radio host, best known for his work on reality TV shows and talk shows.
Actor (Beverly Hillbillies Rocky V, Angus).
Dutch soccer player (FC Volendam).
United States -- 400m/800m freesyle (1996 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
Canadian novelist (Born 1975).
American baseball player
Australian tennis player and coach
Manager and footballer from Greece
Former footballer and manager of Argentina's football team
American basketball player who plays forward for the Trailblazers.
Italian guitarist and songwriter (Rhapsody of Fire, Luca Turilli’s Rhapsody, Luca Turilli’s Dreamquest).
CFL defensive tackle (Montreal Alouettes)
American author and actor
Illinois, USA; WPVA Volleyball player (Old Orchard-17-1995).
American baseball outfielder, player.
American musician (Bloodhound Gang).
Dominican Republic; pitcher (Milwaukee Brewers).
John Frusciante is a renowned guitarist known for his work with the Red Hot Chili Peppers and his influential solo career.
Japanese manga artist
American basketball coach
Famous birthdays on March 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Mc Solaar is a French rapper and one of the most influential figures in French hip-hop, known for his smooth flow and intelligent lyrics.
Paul Blackthorne is a British actor known for his roles in popular TV shows such as Arrow and The Dresden Files.
English playwright and author
Manager and footballer from Algeria
Japanese voice actress
New York, USA. Field hockey forward (Olympics 1996).
Hungarian politician and businessman 7th Prime Minister of Hungary
An English politician and lawyer Secretary of State for Northern Ireland
Linebacker (Saint Louis Rams).
Minnesota, USA; NHL left-wing (Philadelphia Flyers).
Indian-American screenwriter and producer of actor
NFL wide receiver (Dallas Cowboys).
German television hostess and singer.
Noir Desire is a French rock band leader, who was convicted of the murder of his lover Marie Trintignant. He is adored for his songs and charismatic stage performance. His militant views on social and political issues like racism and globalization have made him a popular singer in France. The group, which has six albums in multimillions of copies, was …
NBA forward / guard (Denver Nuggets)
American evangelical, television preacher. He is the youngest son of four brothers and he followed his father John's lead to become a minister. He was appointed Senior Pastor at Lakewood Church on October 3, 1999. He was a pioneer in Lakewood's television outreach ministry, and worked with his father.
German comedian, director and TV-presenter. His comedy-show, "Quatsch Comedy Club", is his most well-known work.
Charles Reid is a renowned American comedian known for his stand-up performances and television appearances.
Scottish singer-songwriter, with twin brother Charles in "The Proclaimers".
Simon Abkarian is a French actor known for his work in theater, film, and television.
Actress and TV presenter of English dancers
Maryland, USA; astronaut (STS 85, sk-99).
Maryland, USA; tennis star.
Scottish singer-songwriter, with his twin brother Craig in "The Proclaimers".
American screenwriter and producer of actor actors
Scottish musicians (The Proclaimers).
NFL tight end (New York Giants).
US singer/songwriter "Green on Red"
English singer-songwriter (Current93 and Death In June).
Baron Drayson English politician and businessman Minister for Defence Equipment Support and Technology
Record producer and composer of English records.
Famous birthdays on March 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Talia Balsam is an American movie actress known for her roles in Mad Men and Divorce.
Armenian politician and colonel, 8th Prime Minister of Armenia (d.1999)
American mathematician, academic
American producer and writer for television
British-American musician, and youngest brother to the pop group "The Bee Gees". He was known as "The baby Bee Gee" because he was protected by his older brothers Maurice, Barry and Robin. He rose to be a teenage sensation in the 1970s and sold 15 million records around the world by the age of 21. His No. 1 singles were …
Brazilian psychologist and astrologer.
French chief of cultural institutions in the fields of music, theatre, opera, audiovisual productions, and cinema. He has been the CEO of "Le Forum des images", an institution that is supported by the City of Paris, since 2002.
Former footballer and Ukrainian football manager
Television commercial actor (Addicted To Love)
English singer (The Fall).
American journalist and author
Smith; English rock singer (Fall – "Fall in a Hole")
English singer-songwriter (The Fall, Von SA 1/4 denfed).
American composer and singer (Born 1956).
Mexican actress and director
English academic and engineer
Italian Bishop of Lungro's Eparchy
Italian stage actor and author
French politician. He is a member of France's Socialist Party and a member of AZle-de-France's regional council. He was also a member of France's National Assembly between 1988 and 2012. He was a trotskyist activist until 1981. He cofounded SOS Racisme with Harlem DA(c), his friend, and was vice president of the organization from 1984 to 1988.
American magician and raconteur. He is the louder and more vocal member of Penn and Teller. This popular comedy and illusion show in Las Vegas is known for its raconteur and magician. His sardonic humor, outspoken libertarian views and sleight-of-hand are his trademarks. He has made a career out of discrediting hokum and magical methods. Jillette co-authored several books and …
Massachusetts, USA; magician (Penn and Teller- Penn and Teller Are Dead).
American convicted murderer (d. 1995)
Australian drummer and songwriter (Cold Chisel Little River Band).
Swedish writer and poet
South African politician and businessman 1st Premier of Gauteng
American educator and philosopher
Russian Colonel / Cosmonaut
American author and evangelist, wife of John Hagee
American country-western singer/songwriter. His first album, "The Willis Alan Ramsey Album", was released on 12/05/1976 by Shelter Records. He toured from 1980 to 1982.
American violinist, and first Westerner to win Moscow’s International Tchaikovsky Competition (1974).
Colorado, USA; violinist (1972 Paganini Award, 1974 Tchaikovsky Award).
Minnesota, USA; actor ("Cocktail")
Famous birthdays on March 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH), a French chief business executive, was first appointed Chairman in September 1988. He was the Pope of Fashion, being the owner of Vuitton and Dior, among others.
German Federal Minister of Defence
American-Canadian pro astrologer, writer and editor. She is the author of "The Astrologer's Node Book", and "The Mars Book". She was one of the first Canadian astrologers to achieve international recognition. She has also organized the State of the Art Conferences in Toronto.
Polish boxer (d. 1992).
Esther Hicks is known for her work as an author and speaker, particularly for her teachings on the Law of Attraction and her role as a channel for a group of spiritual entities known as Abraham.
English actress and singer
Guyanese-English singer/songwriter and guitarist (The Equals).
Famous Spanish bullfighter nicknamed "Paquirri". It took the alternative as a bullfighter in the Monumental Plaza de Barcelona August 11, 1966 and the confirmation was held in Madrid on 18 May 1967.
English scholar and conductor (d. 2008).
Belgian author and Ancient Egypt researcher
Actor and singer from Indonesia (d.2013)
American Senator and politician from Oregon. He is very active in improving the quality of health care and cost effectiveness. He voted in 1987 to end Medicaid funding for organ transplants. He also supported new mandates under 1989's Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act.
British Astrologer and author of "Astro Artistry", a column for FCA News.
French glaciologist and climateologist. As a member of the International Panel on Planet Change, he was awarded the Nobel prize (Peace). He was presented with the Vetlesen American Foundation award in January 2013.
Northern Irish actress and singer
American singer and actor
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
Mississippi, USA; actor/singer
American baseball player. Right-handed pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates (1974aEUR'1985), Philadelphia Phillies (1985-88), and Cincinnati Reds (1989).
The Crazy Horse Saloon is a French strip-tease-dancer. It is a must-see in Paris. The club, located on Avenue George V, hosts the most beautiful European girls. They also offer light shows and music. Lova was married to Alain Bernardin on 6/28/1985. He committed suicide at his office in Paris on 9/15/1994 around 2:30 AM.
An actor and singer from England, he is best known for his international hits "Superstar" (Jesus-Christ Superstar), and "Say it Ain't So". Anthony Stewart Head, his younger brother, is also a singer-actor.
American football player and one of the greatest running backs in football. He was fresh out of Notre Dame and was drafted in 1968 by the Pittsburgh Steelers for pro-ball. Unfortunately, he was also drafted that November by the U.S. Army. On 8/20/1969, he was injured in Vietnam by shrapnel from a grenade. Thomas Murphy, who was also injured in …
American actor and basketball player
American business manager at St. Thomas of Villanova Parish, Wilmington, MA. This is a non-ministerial role with the R.C. church. He was charged with one accusation of sexual misconduct with minors in 2002.
Indiana, USA; actor (Bobby Hill-Hill Street Blues).
Australian academic and author
Norwegian screenwriter, translator, actor, director, and actor. In 1969, he debuted with his poem collection "Slik Tenker Jeg pAY= Dere" ('This how I think about you'). He worked as an actor, director, instructor and writer at Nationaltheatret in Bergen, then at HAY=logaland Teater.
Former English football player and coach
Italian painter and illustrator
Canadian pianist (Full Tilt Boogie Band, Blackie and The Band Crowbar) (d. 2007.
United States -- Shotputter (1968 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
Kilgore sports Champions
American baseball pitcher, who was a pitcher for St. Louis Cardinals. His major league debut was made on June 20, 1964, and he played his last game that month.
American Olympic athlete. He was a shot-putter and won a silver and a gold medal in 1964 in track and field events.
Italian swimmer from the Italian National Swimming Team died along with his entire team in an aircraft accident at Bremen, Germany, on January 28, 1966, when the pilot lost control of the runway.
French historian, author, and philosopher at the Ecole Polytechnique, Paris.
French racing cyclist who won the 1968 prologue time trial of the Giro d'Italia as well as the Tour de France. He was the French pursuit champion nine times and won stages of both the Tour de France as well as the Giro d'Italia. He was buried in Strasbourg on the 19th of June 2004.
California, USA; actor/comedian (SCTV Story Theater, St. Elsewhere).
Italian singer (d. 1998)
Danish painter and sculpture
Italian singer and songwriter. He is well-known and loved. He was extremely private and retired from dialysis for kidney dysfunction for many years. He was the recipient of a kidney donation in 1997, but it was unsuccessful. The kidney was then rejected, and he succumbed to cancer on September 9, 1998.
American boxer. World Welterweight champion 1970-1971. He retired in 1978 after he began boxing on 3/09/1962.
Adrien Houngbédji is a Beninese politician who has served as the President of the National Assembly of Benin and has been involved in the country's political scene for several decades.
American science fiction author
Prime Minister of Spain, Spanish politician and lawyer
Prime Minister of Spain (1982-1996)
Tunisian musical theatre librettist and lyricist
New Zealand-English activist and businessman
French rugby player. He was selected 33 times for international events between 1961-1969 to play as fullback. Three Five Nations Championships (1962-67 and 1968) won.
German manager and footballer
New Zealand racing driver
Famous birthdays on March 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
European, British Empire, and National backstroke swimming champion. She won the Olympic Title 12/1946, setting a record that has been unbroken for 32 consecutive years. At age 20, she retired, declining acting offers to join The Daily Express and report on swimming events. She was also studying to be a teacher.
Samantha Eggar is an English actress known for her roles in films such as The Collector and Doctor Dolittle.
Canadian murderer (d. 2010)
French journalist and author, specializing in political scandals.
Walsh, an Australian television producer and host, was a charismatic and cheeky theatrical entrepreneur and the undisputed king Australian daytime television in the 1970s and 1980s. Born in Corowa, New South Wales, Walsh attended school at Xavier College Melbourne. Before joining the University, he performed in amateur theatre and studied pharmacy at Melbourne University.
American football actor, screenwriter and producer
American biologist and academic (d.2011)
French painter living in Montpellier.
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
Indiana, USA. NFL player (Kansas City Chiefs), actor ("Julia").
American academic anthropologist and astronomer. He is best known for his numerous publications and pioneering contributions to archaeoastronomy.
Nigerian politician and general 5th President of Nigeria
French editor and writer. He was appointed by the French ministry to many cultural missions and became well-travelled.
American Jewish Nazi committed suicide after being exposed by NY Times. Mutinies were common in the American Nazi Party. John Patler, Ralph Grandinetti and Burros were three of the people who broke with Rockwell. Burros tried to influence the public at grass-roots levels by being a soap-box speaker.
American child actor. He was the son of stage actors and later became an actor on TV and film. From 1989 to 1993, he was the star on the TV series "Quantum Leap".
California, USA; actor ("Quantum Leap Blue Velvet")
Oklahoma, USA. PGA golfer (1970 Phoenix Open).
Zimbabwean politician and minister 1st President, Zimbabwe (d. 2003).
France sport Champion
Anderson; tennis champion (US Open-1957).
Australia; astronaut (Apollo 14 support).
Scientist and astronaut from Australia
Engineer and astronaut from Australia-America
Italian photographer and photojournalist
Italian politician, lawyer, and economist. Spaventa, a teacher at the University since 1960 was elected to Parliament by Communist Party. He then became a minister in Ciampi's government. Spaventa was also the author of numerous works.
Turkish screenwriter and director producer (d. 2009).
Israeli-American psychologist, winner of the 2002 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. His work in the psychology of judgement and decision-making as well as behavioral economics and hedonic psychological research are notable.
California, USA; actor.
Belgian basketball player (d.2005)
American singer-songwriter/pianist (d. 1982).
Kansas, USA; actor (Trauma Center).
German Roman Catholic Cardinal and Theologian
British comedian actress (Born 1932).
Czech-English actor (d. 2008)
American jazz musician, trumpet player, bass player, 2nd kid; with billy May 1955; to NYC 1956; then with Zoot Sims, Eddie Costa, Pee Wee Russell, and more.
Fred is a fictional character in a popular comic strip known for his humorous and relatable adventures.
French actor who appeared between 1954 and 2008 in 87 films, television shows and movies.
Australian horn player and educator
France sport Champion
English academic and composer
Australia; horn player (London Symphony Orchestra 1955-68).
French comics artist (artist name Fred, real name Frédéric Othon Théodore Aristidès) and comic book creator in the Franco-Belgian comics tradition. Fred began his career in his early twenties, getting a cartoon published in the magazine Zéro in 1954. The following years he was published in several magazines, both French and foreign, such as Ici Paris, France Dimanche, Punch and …
French comics artist
France; conductor (NBC Symphony Orchestra 1941).
Canadian ice hockey referee and player (d. 2008).
French Catholic Discalced Carmelite Bishop and Theologian. He was an international authority in the writings and life of ThA(c).rA"se Lisieux.
American political advertising consultant (d. 2014.)
American manager and player
Famous birthdays on March 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
American musician (Born 1929)
French television personality and journalist.
Lucette Michaux-Chevry is a Guadeloupean politician known for her long career in French politics, including serving as a senator and as the President of the Regional Council of Guadeloupe.
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 1967).
France sport Champion
American news reporter (d. 2013, 2013)
American academic and critic
Richmond Hill, Virginia -- Actor.
29th Earl Crawford Scottish hereditary peer, and Conservative politician
New York, USA: actor (Oscar/Jetman-He and She).
American English professor and poet. His themes and poetic structures reflect a modernist sensibility. Colquitt's essays, poems, and reviews were published in many major American literary journals over the past forty years. Colquitt died 7 April 2009.
French lawyer, born in Thailand to Raymond VergA's (Vietnamian mom), one of France’s most famous lawyers. He was an advocate of the left and was decorated for his participation in the rA (c)sistance in World War II. In 1954, he graduated law school as the first in his class. Verges was defense attorney for the Algerian National Liberation Front (FLN), …
French Reunionese politician, brother to the controversial attorney Jacques VergA's.
French soccer player for Reims (winner of Cup of France 1950, Champion of France 1949 and 1953) as well as for the Racing Club of Paris. He wore the FranceaEUR(tm), team jersey 63 times, and was captain at 42 events from 1947 to 1959. Marche participated in the World Cup in 1958 and 1954. Ironically, Marche's only goal in his …
Puerto Rican biologist, Dr. Juan A. Rivero Zoo was founded at the University of Puerto Rico's MayagA 1/4ez Campus.
Loews Corporation was founded by an American businessman (d. 2003).
French journalist, poet, novelist and author.
Italian poet / author / director, killed at 53
Dallas Texas; actor (Governor Gatling-Benson).
Official and banker of the French government.
French Prelate of Roman Catholic Church and member of Congregation of Jesus and Mary. L'Eglise : 15 questions sur Son Histoire (2003) answers difficult questions.
Italian director and actor of radical films. He is best known for his controversial films about people who are at odds with mainstream society. He was a Renaissance man, a poet, novelist and scholar as well as a film critic, theorist, reforming fanatic and creator of large-scaled visual spectaculars. He was a poet and a literate, a Marxist, but he …
Berkley Bedell is a former Democratic representative from Iowa known for his advocacy for environmental issues and his work on the House Agriculture Committee.
American baseball player and coach
French political activist, a supporter for French Algeria nicknamed "le Chouan de la Midja", Catholic, anti-revolutionary, and founder of l'Union FranASSaise Nord-Africaine [French North African Union].
French military personnel. He was a member the anti-Nazi resistance and co-founded an Algiers resistance network in World War II. He became one of the key leaders of the resistance movement of North Africa. He became a neurosurgeon after the war and was a prominent French politician. He died 17 November 2009.
Delbert L. Latta was a Republican Representative from Ohio known for his long tenure in the U.S. House of Representatives and his conservative political views.
Actress (Mrs Olson), passes away at 76
Jewish Communist (d.2009)
Famous birthdays on March 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American judge and captain
American economist and Nobel Prize winner in academic economics (d. 2002).
Canadian ice hockey coach, player and manager
Referee for Canadian football players and sportscaster (d.2006)
Japanese photographer (d. 1990).
British SAS / spy (MI6) / priest
France Military man
French astrologer and co-founder of the periodical Astres (with Raclet).
Laurent Schwartz was a French mathematician known for his work in the field of functional analysis, particularly for his development of the theory of distributions.
French mathematician and pioneer of the theory distributions, which gives objects like the Dirac delta function a well-defined meaning.
Canadian politician and academic; 16th Premiere of Nova Scotia (d. 90)
American horn player and teacher (d. 1992).
British translator, most famous for his translation of The Collected Works of Jung. He translated many other scholarly works.
Indian singer (d. 2009)
New Zealand politician and National Party Prime Minister, from 2/07/1972 until 12/08/1972. After 29 years of government service, he retired from Parliament in 1975. He served as Deputy Leader/Leader of the National Party for 17 year, was a Minister for 20 years, and held 20 portfolios.
A Scottish biochemist, professor, and author, he was a biochemist from Scotland. His research was on biochemistry and nucleic acid. He was one of the first to use isotopes for biochemical investigations in the U.K. He was married and had two children. He died September 11, 1972, age 61.
Actor/playwright (Bedevilled), Moby Dick, Melba
French screenwriter and cinematographer. He died 8 September 1975.
The Vatican's first Apostolic Nuno to Britain (d.2003)
French writer. He was a former teacher of literature and began writing in late '40s. His success grew in the 1950s with seven novels featuring one hero called "Le Naif", which gave Guth a platform to express his social satire.
Italian screenwriter and journalist (d.72).
Nissin Foods was founded by a Taiwanese-Japanese entrepreneur (d. 2007).
New Jersey, United States -- Actress (Elizabeth-Dark Shadows)
Famous birthdays on March 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
French journalist, founder of the daily newspaper "Parisian Libere" in 1944 and the right-wing weekly "Carrefour". He helped Jacques Goddet transform "l'Auto", his newspaper, into "L'Equipe" in 1946. Amaury sports Organization (ASO), a part of Amaury, manages the Paris-Dakar rally and the Tour de France.
Premier of Indonesia (1945-1947).
French cameraman and director of photography.
German footballer (d. 1943)
British actor who is internationally recognized on film and stage. He has won an Academy Award and three Tony Awards. New York Theater Critics Award, A Golden Globe Award and Order of Merit of the Italian Public. Over 40 movies and plays have featured him, including the iconic role of Professor Henry Higgins from "My Fair Lady".
French tennis player. He was a tennis player from France who achieved great success in the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s. He died August 2003.
From 1948 to 1973, Hamburg was home to a German professor. His 1961 publication of "Germany's Aims in World War I" caused bitter controversy. Although his thesis was heavily criticised by other German historians it opened the door to a new perspective.
English actor (d. 1990).
French publisher and father of FrA(c]dA(c]ric Berthet.
He was a German actor, on stage and in film, as well as a director. His directorial debut came in 1956 ("Wenn we alle Engel wA$?"ren).
Hungarian film director (d. 1992)
Baron Kilmany, a Scottish soldier and politician
US chief coin engraver (1948-64).
German theologian, ordained by the Jesuit Order 1922. He was just beginning to make his mark when the Nazis closed the University in which he taught, 1938. Rahner was assigned to a Vienna pastoral ministry from 1939-1945. He produced 14 volumes of literature and wrote his "Foundations of Christian Faith" book. His reputation as the most prominent Roman Catholic theologian …
Belgium sport Champion
Cleveland, Tennessee -- Vocalist (Southernaires).
Prince of Schwarzburg (d. 1971).
Polish poet essayist, translator (d. 1970).
American academic and architect (d. 1974).
Polish poet (Sruby).