List of celebrities and famous people who were born on November 5th
Famous birthdays on November 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901997
Kalia Prescott is an American model known for her work in various fashion campaigns and runway shows.
Japanese actor and model
Odell Beckham Jr is a professional American football player known for his exceptional athleticism and one-handed catches.
Harley Streten, also known as Flume, is an Australian DJ and electronic music producer known for his hit singles and Grammy Award-winning album Skin.
Australian DJ and producer (What So Not)
Famous birthdays on November 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Simon Nessman is a Canadian model known for his work with major fashion brands such as Giorgio Armani and Versace.
Actor and swimmer from the Philippines
American guitarist (Jonas Brothers).
American basketball player
American basketball player
BoA is a South Korean singer known for being one of the first K-pop stars to gain international fame.
French-born basketball player, who started his professional career in France between 2003 and 2007. He was signed by the San Antonio Spurs, a US team on August 23, 2007. He signed three years later with the Dallas Mavericks. His team won the NBA championship in 2011 on June 12, 2011.
Australian singer-songwriter (Young Divas)
Japanese singer (KAT-TUN)
Ukrainian-Russian hockey player
Swedish hockey player
Ukrainian-Russian ice hockey player
English race car driver
Estonian sumo wrestler
British TV presenter and ex-fashion model
British actor and TV presenter
Australian singer, keyboardist and record producer (Pendulum).
Dominican baseball player
American baseball player
Pownce was co-founded by Pownce, an American programmer and computer scientist.
World Music Singer
Spanish actress and model Miss Spain 2003
Famous birthdays on November 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Honduran coach and footballer
Cypriot producer and singer-songwriter
German surgeon and rugby player
American basketball player
Bubba Watson is a professional golfer known for winning the Masters Tournament twice and for his unique left-handed swing.
Spanish cyclist (d.2011)
French chef, owner of restaurants, and TV presenter of culinary shows.
English coach and footballer
American porn director and actress
Sal Vulcano is a comedian best known as one of the members of the comedy troupe The Tenderloins, and for his role in the TV show 'Impractical Jokers'.
Finnish guitarist and songwriter
British rock star in STEPS, the manufactured group. STEPS has changed Brit-pop's landscape since 1997 when they were chosen from thousands of hopefuls. The five top applicants were selected after a lengthy audition process, line dancing, and six months of tryouts. They were selected for their singing and dancing skills as well as their fun attitude. These five talented, hard-working, …
Croatian coach and footballer
NBA guard / forward (Detroit Pistons, Philadelphia 76ers)
American basketball player: Clippers guard
American baseball player
NFL tight end (Pittsburgh Steelers).
Italian radio host and television presenter.
Scots champion in freestyle swimming 50m
English singer and songwriter (Radiohead).
American screenwriter and producer of actor actors
American football player. He was initially signed by the Buffalo Bills in September 1995. Collins was a backup quarterback for 1996 and 1995 seasons. He started with the Bills in 1997, which proved to be disastrous. Highlights from the 1997 season included 13 intercepted passes and ten fumbles totalling minus 30 yards. Collins' less than desirable performance caused the Bills …
Actor and screenwriter of Welsh-English comedy
Welsh-English coach and footballer
French singer, along with his brother O. Winter Keelekooper.
Arkansas, USA; actor (Tucker Parker Lewis).
Hong Kong actor and singer (Big Four).
Mobile, Alabama -- Triple jumper
Voskrensensk, Russia -- NHL forward (Team Russia, Olympics - Silver - 1998)
Puerto Rican-American baseball player, catcher, Braves
American professional baseball pitcher who signed with the San Diego Padres as a non-drafted agent 6/10/1993. After attending Texas Christian College, Davis signed with Padres. He was then claimed by Philadelphia Phillies 9/12/1996, and later with the Detroit Tigers 10/03/1996.
NFL tight end (Chicago Bears).
Puerto Rican baseball player
Famous birthdays on November 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
An English professional quizzer. He is best known for his role as a panellist in the BBC's television series "Eggheads." When he was a model, he adopted the name de Mooi. He translated it into Dutch as "handsome", but the true translation would be "the gorgeous".
Connecticut, USA; actress (Dawn-General Hospital).
American screenwriter and actor
American film actor
Tampa is a renowned stand-up comedian known for his sharp wit and observational humor.
Argentinian actor, director, and businessman (d.2013)
American producer and actress
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Field hockey goalkeeper (1996)
Brazilian rapper (Planet Hemp)
WLAF linebacker (Rhein Fire)
NFL tackle (SF 49ers).
Spanish footballer and manager
Model and actress from Greece
English sportscaster and journalist
Estonian manager and footballer
Prince of Panagiurishte of Bulgaria
American journalist and surgeon
A Scottish nurse, Deborah Parry (born October 25, 1958) and her friend arrived in Saudi Arabia in September 1996 to work at King Fahd Military Medical Hospital. After working for 20 years in South Africa, Yvonne Gilford, a fellow staff member, offered her a lucrative one year contract to finance her retirement.
Dutch actress and model
Radio host and Zimbabwean-South African nurse
Ex-professional in Swiss boxing. In 2000, he ended his career and was forced to quit due to financial difficulties. He is also the author of "Plan B aEUR", Wie man seine Schulden auf Null bringt. The Ratgeber von ein, der es wissen müssen" (Plan B, how to reduce your debt to zero by someone who must know). He was taken …
Singer and actor from the Philippines
French manager and footballer
American child star of the 1970s, who won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for 1973 for her role as a 9-year old con-artist. She starred alongside her father in "Paper Moon." She was the youngest recipient of the award. She was the youngest recipient of the award and went on to create "Bad News Bears" 1976 and "Little Darlings" 1979.
American bass player and songwriter (Tesla).
Dutch footballer and Scout
Israeli politician. He is also the chairman of Yesh Atid Party. Between 2013 and 2014, he was the Israeli Minister for Finance. He was a journalist and author before he entered politics in 2012. He founded the Yesh Atid Party which became the second-largest party in Knesset after it won 19 seats in its inaugural election in 2013. Lapid's reputation …
French sommelier and winner of an award, who is also the manager at the Four Seasons Le Cinq restaurant in Paris, France.
French diver committed suicide by hanging himself to his death on January 6, 1999.
American singer and actress
Soccer player (Vitesse)
California, USA; actress ("Paper Moon, Little Darlings").
Pennsylvania, USA; actress (Annie).
American computer scientist and author
American software developer
American astronaut and pilot (d. 2012).
American actress (d. 2001).
Bar Harbor, Maine -- Captain USMC / Astronaut
NBA center (Detroit Pistons)
American victim of homicide, beat to death by Mark, his older brother. Over the years, they shared an apartment. After finding Brian's body in the Bedford landfill, police arrested Mark in Rockland on 7/26/1997. According to the police chief, Mark had confessed to his brother's murder. Brian has no relatives and their parents are gone. The brothers were believed to …
Famous birthdays on November 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
French politician and member of the National Assembly of France. He is a representative of DrA'me and a member the Union for a Popular Movement. He speaks fluent Russian.
Benjamin Netanyahu's wife. Netanyahu is a career and educational psychologist by profession.
American keyboard player, songwriter and producer (Spirits Burning).
American screenwriter and actress
American actor. He was handsome and well-built. His father, a Norwegian chef, was born to Jon-Erik when he was four years old. Gretha, their mother, raised him and Gunnar. She worked as a secretary during the day and as a waitress at night to support the family. His mother bought Jon-Erik an instrument and took him to Broadway musicals. She …
Italian track and field star, winner of New York's marathon on 11/02/1986
English singer-songwriter (A Flock Of Seagulls).
Adelaide, South Australia -- Rock singer (Air Supply).
Bath, England -- Rock keyboardist (Naked Eyes).
Greek guitarist and singer-songwriter
Liverpool, England -- Rock guitarist (Flock Of Seagulls).
American television personality, who became famous for her role in the reality TV series Keeping Up with the Kardashians with her family.
Sylvester Louis Adams is a convicted murderer known for committing a high-profile crime in 1983.
Indian journalist and political analyst
Detroit Pistons Head Coach of American Basketball
American academic and economist
American columnist and writer who started writing at the age of five. In 1971, she entered Yale University. J.D., a reclusive author, was attracted to her feature article in The New York Times published April 1972. Salinger. Salinger wrote to her, warning her about the dangers associated with being famous. After a series of letters, she visited him in the …
Eike Batista is a Brazilian businessman known for being the former chairman of the conglomerate EBX Group.
American homicide. A kidnapper and murderer, and sadist, who, despite not having any family history, was into S/M/B&D fantasies since his youth.
Filipino judge and lawyer
American basketball player who led the UCLA Bruins to NCAA Crowns in 1972-73. He was both named All-American as well as Player of the Year in the two seasons he led his teams towards NCAA triumphs. He was the red-haired pivot player of his team and also suffered from tendonitis in his knees. Bill's brother, Bill, was also a UCLA …
English composer (Born 1902)
Indian philosopher and author
Ukrainian manager and footballer
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania -- Playmate (April, 1985)
Charles Frazier is an American novelist best known for his debut novel, Cold Mountain, which won the National Book Award for Fiction.
American psychologist and author
Grosse Pointe (Michigan) -- LPGA golfer (1979 Wheeling Classic).
Norwegian politician, 25th Prime Minister of Norway
Famous birthdays on November 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
French philosopher, author.
English singer-songwriter guitarist and producer (Van der Graaf Generator)
American Nobel Prize winner in Physics and Academics
American politician and lawyer
French-Swedish alpine skiing fraternal twins, daughters Maurice Lafforgue (skier) and May Nilsson. Ingrid was a gold medalist at Val Gardena 1970's World championships in the slalom and a silver medalist in giant slalom. Britt, her sister, won the 1972 and 72 slalom World Cups. She was married to Henri Duvillard, a French champion.
French public intellectual
British singer, guitarist and actor. When he was working with "Herman and the Hermits", he used the name Herman. They were hugely popular in the U.S. during the mid-'60s and then moved to England, where they performed to a wide audience. The group disbanded in mid-'71 as Noone started doing solo work. Although he did not achieve the same success …
Argentine bandoneonist (d.2010)
American producer and director
Argentinian singer-songwriter, bandoneon player (d.2010)
USSR -- Volleyball player (1968 Olympics, Gold Medalist).
The Netherlands' most well-known rock star, Brood, committed suicide jumping from the Hilton Hotel in Amsterdam at 3:00 PM MEDT on the 7th of November 2001. Brood was a lifelong addict. His addiction led to severe depression. He was also a gifted painter and was a long-time friend of Nina Hagen. They were briefly married in 1979.
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (The Byrds, The Flying Burrito Brothers, and International Submarine Band). (d. 1973).
Winter Haven, Florida -- Rocker (Byrds)
Austrian-English bass player (Help Yourself Ducks Deluxe & Man) (d. 2013.
American radio host, "Good Day USA", is heard in more than 300 cities. It is the 10th most rated radio program in America. He syndicated Shelley Ackerman’s talk and astrology show, "Karmic relief", in July 1998.
Filipino actor and journalist
Speech and Hearing Scientist
Baroid is a US-based company that provides petroleum services. Its CEO is an American executive. Martin holds a BS degree in Business and a JD degree in legal studies.
Greek politician and accountant
Russian coach and fencer
French dancer who was a performer at the OpA (c)ra Comique in Paris, before joining the Paris Opera. In 1971, he was named "A(c)toile" (star).
Sam Shepard was a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright known for his works such as 'Buried Child' and 'True West'.
Finnish physician, psychiatrist and scholar who studied reincarnation. Kampman was married and had three children. In 1993, he committed suicide.
American poet and artist.
Joël Santoni is a French film director known for his work on popular French TV series and films.
American dramatist, author and playwright. He won the Pulitzer Prize for 1979. He had more than 40 stage plays under his belt by 1998. He had a romantic touch for America and created strange dreamlike landscapes in his plays. They were representative of the American desert, where past and future coexist. His heroes often reflect his wide interests. His works …
Australian high jumper
American television chef of German descent (d. 2007).
German-American author and chef (d. 2007).
Italian singer-songwriter (Born in 1942).
New York, USA. Outfielder for Kansas City Royals (Sporting News All Star right fielder 1972 American League).
USA: Singer/actor ("Sounds of Silence", “Carnal Knowledge”).
American actor and musician. They performed and wrote songs together, which were both poetic and infused with social commentary. In 1971, they split and Garfunkel moved on to films like "Catch 22" (1971) and "Carnal Knowledge" (1971). He was quite quiet throughout the 1980s. He stayed home to write poetry, sing a bit, and practice his basketball hoop shots. After …
American baseball player. He was a right-handed pinch hitter and played one game for the Boston Red Sox in May 1965.
USA; actress (Occasional wife, Blondie).
Japanese screenwriter and director of animators
German singer and actress
French technology and science company executive.
American soldier lawyer and politician 36th Governor, Oregon
Famous birthdays on November 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
The 5th Samdhong Rinpoche (Prime Minister), of the Tibetan Government in Exile
American-born French singer-songwriter, Jules Dassin (1911aEUR”2008), and BA(c]atrice Launer (1913aEUR”2005), a New York-born musician.
Florida, United States -- Actor. (Stanley General Hospital, Another World).
Argentinian manager and footballer
American actor and leading man in the 1970s aEUR(tm), with notable films such as his debut performance in "End of the Road", 1970, "Doc," 1971 and "Nightmoves," 1974. This solemn, deeply-voiced actor has starred in many stage classics, including "King John" 1967.
American numerologist, astrologer and author of many books on numerology and astrology. She also wrote a number of mystery novels. She published "Broads and Narrows" in 1987, a book that examines sexism in the language. Two of her books, "Numeroloy & Your Future" and “Numerology & the Divine Triangle", co-authored with Faith Javane, have been translated into European languages. Her …
Singaporean politician and lawyer, 3rd Chief Justice Singapore
American television personality. He is a multifaceted black host on CBS Talk Show. He is well-known for his ability to bring together diverse topics such as philosophy, politics, the occult and crime with equal ease. In January 1968, he was awarded a TV Emmy as co-host of "Opportunity Line".
He is a Scottish playwright and poet. He worked in the BBC during the 60s and 70s. In 1977, he moved to Edinburgh where he served as the head of radio drama at BBC Scotland from 1992 to 1992. In 2002-05, he was EdinburghaEUR(tm),'s first poet laureate.
Greek internet pioneer and Director of M.I.T. Laboratory for Computer Science (Born 1936).
Former player and official of German soccer/football.
English professional jockey, commonly known as "The Long Fellow". He is the most famous English flat racing jockey of all time, with 4,493 career wins and nine Epsom Derby wins.
New York, USA. Actor (Jeff – The Americans).
American actor and singer (d.2004)
French homicide: He murdered two women in France, one of which he had married to bigamy.
American sales rep for customer service and CEO of Central Maine Power Company. Collier holds a BS degree in Industrial Management. He enjoys fishing and skiing for fun.
American minister and civil servant (d. 2014.)
French novelist who was awarded the 'Prix RTL grand public" in 1982 for his novel "Retour A Malaveil."
Leni Escudero was a French singer, songwriter, and comedian known for his unique style and emotional performances.
Basketball player from Lithuania (d. 2001).
French singer-songwriter, composer, actor
New York, USA; trial lawyer (Oliver North).
American musician, best known for his group Ike and The Kings of Rhythm. He married Tina Turner, his band singer in 1956. They released "Ike and Tina Turner Remix" from 1956 to 1976. 1960 was their first album, "Fool in Love".
He was an American civil servant and business executive. He was the United States' 20th Commissioner of Education and the Assistant Secretary of Administration and Management at the US Department of Health, Education and Welfare. He was appointed by President Nixon in 1973. Prior to that, he had been the Deputy Commissioner from 1970. He graduated from the University of …
Jamaican-English saxophonist, flute player (d. 1971).
American immunologist Geneticist and Academic (d. 2013).
American author and popular novelist claimed to be Howard Hughes' official biographer. This was one of the most outrageous literary hoaxes. McGraw Hill, his publisher, agreed to publish his book. Edith, his Swiss wife, meanwhile, deposited the funds in a Swiss bank account using an assumed name. Edith was in Switzerland while Irving was in tropical locations. He supposedly met …
New York, USA: actor (Good Guys Strike Force 9 to 5).
German historian and academic (d.2015)
Dutch manager and footballer (d. 2016).
Famous birthdays on November 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
American actor (d. 1983).
French musician, violinist.
Italian garment manufacturer. He was an apprentice tailor between 1937 and 46. He worked as a cutter from 1951 to 1961. In 1961, he founded his own clothing company.
Geneva, Switzerland -- Newscaster (NBC News Encore)
English poet, painter, and critic
Dutch journalist (Telegraph / Sunday Newspaper).
French politician and banker who founded BAMI (Banque Michel InchauspA)(c) in 1970.
Ivan Rezak is a composer known for his contributions to classical music.
German journalist, founder and part owner of Der Spiegel magazine.
French composer and pianist who died 10 July 2005.
American illustrator (d.2010)
Puerto Rico's Archbishop of San Juan He is the only Puerto Rican who has been made a cardinal in the Catholic Church. For 34 years, he was Archbishop of San Juan. He was a Cardinal elector in 1978's conclaves that resulted in the election of John Paul I, and John Paul II.
American politician and educator, 25th Governor of West Virginia, 32nd Governor (d. 2008).
Hungarian composer and pianist (d. 1994).
Soprano in French Opera and later teacher.
French bandit and leader a gang jewel thieves. His autobiography was titled "Monsieur Madeleine". He died in October 2011.
Fawzia Fuad, Egypt (d.2013)
American-English coach and cyclist (d. 2012).
French Resistance member, President of ATD Quart Monde. She entered the French Pantheon in May 2015.
American economist and Nobel Prize winner in academic economics (d. 2015).
Famous birthdays on November 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
He was a French Radical politician and served as Prime Minister under Fourth Republic from 1957 to58. He was the youngest French head of government since Napoleon. He was killed in a yachting accident on the 10th of July 1970.
American accordion player (d. 2005).
accordionist (Lawrence Welk Show).
Scholar and critic of Pakistani linguists (d. 1978).
English actor (d. 2003).
She is a French actress who made her screen debut in 1934 with "Soldats sans Uniforms". She won the Venice Film Festival's Best Actress Award in 1959.
She is a French record-holder aviator and set her fifth world record at Istres in France on June 22, 1962.
Claus Adam was a German composer known for his contributions to classical music.
Norwegian lawyer, judge, politician (of the Labour Party), trade Minister, international offshore rights expert. Member of the International Law Commission, judge at the International Court of Justice In The Hague. Commander Of The Royal Norwegian Order of St. Olav.
Former Chief Minister of Haryana, India (d. 2007).
NYC, New York -- Labor union official (AFL-CIO and Postal Workers).
American artist and illustrator (d. 2005).
Dutch Minister of Defense (1971-73)
Born in India, British actress who was the first from England to win the Oscar for Best Actress (1939). She was relatively unknown and won the role of Scarlet O'Hara, the most sought-after part in "Gone With the Wind", over more famous American actresses. The producer informed her that she had chosen her to play the role in 1938 on …
NYC, New York -- Actor (Patty Duke Show and Jimmy Stewart Show).
English-American cinematographer and screenwriter (d. 2005).
He was a legendary Puerto Rican poet, singer, guitarist, and songwriter of romantic ballads including "Nuestro Juramento", La copa rota", and "Sigamos pecando". He was also part the TrAo VeabajeA+-o group.
American entertainer and star cowboy movie star from the 1930s. He was a straight-shooter who sang his way into the hearts worldwide. His traveling rodeo, radio shows, and TV programs were his most notable achievements. He also acted in 87 films with Trigger. Rogers was the number-one Western star in the box office from 1941-1954. After his run between 1951 …
American heir to Reynolds tobacco fortune, younger son of founder R.J. Reynolds.
American actress and costume designer (d.2010)
American actress (d.2010)
Australian-English academic and general
Famous birthdays on November 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
A British mystic, he is known for his pioneering work in teaching spiritual knowledge to adults. He was the founder and president of The Wrekin Trust. He died in 1996.
American Astronomer and Academic (d. 2004).
Newscaster (Tonight!) America After Dark, dies at 68
Designer / visionary
American actor, with over 100 films, who began his career as a horse-wrangler in westerns. He then entered film as a stuntman and wrangler, as well as an extra in 1922. In 1929, he began to play lead roles and the next year he was promoted to a feature role. His career was a mix of straight dramas and sophisticated …
French racing driver, who took part in 38 Formula One World Championship Grands Prix. He made his debut on 13 May 1950. He was awarded 2 podiums and earned 18 championship points. Between 1950 and 1951, he won the Dutch Grand Prix two times in succession, the Circuit d'Albi and Grand-Prix de l'Albigeois, and the 24 Hours of Le Mans …
Indian poet and author (d. 1973).
Los Angeles Actor
Italian entrepreneur. He was one of three brothers that founded the Ducati motorcycle business in Ispra. The company patents a "micro-engine", attaches it to a bike frame, and creates the Cucciolo (Puppy), the first Italian motorbike. It was sold in hundreds of thousands after World War II.
Canadian ice hockey coach and player (d. 1985).
American Beauty Queen, a college student who was self-taught to operate a comptometer during World War II while her husband was serving in the military.
France sport Champion
French wrestler who participated in the 1932 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles. He won a gold medal for Freestyle wrestling, the lightweight category. In 1928, he was awarded a silver medal. He died in Wasquehal, Nord France, on October 1, 1978.
American singer and actress (d. 2004).
American actress (d. 1991).
Jr. American politician and judge (d. 1972).