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

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2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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


1979 - 1970

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

  • French television host and radio presenter. She is the daughter of JoAl Sublet. JoAl was a soccer player at Olympique Lyonnais and is also a cousin to Willy Sagnol who played for Bayern Munich and the French team. After "La France a un incroyable talent" on M6, she hosted "C A vous" on France 5. She presents two new TV …

  • South Korean actor and singer

  • Singaporean director producer and screenwriter

  • South Korean actor

  • American race car driver

  • Kate Winslet

    English singer and actress. She has been awarded an Emmy Award (Academy Award), three Golden Globe Awards, a Grammy Award, and an Emmy Award. She is the youngest actress to receive six Academy Award nominations and one of only three actresses to win all four of America's major entertainment awards (EGOT). She has also won honorary CA(c), EGOT, Screen Actors …

  • Parminder Nagra

    English actress

  • Scott Weinger

    American actor

  • French mathematician, winner of the Fiels Medal in 2010. He is a mathematician from France who has also taught at American universities. He is the author of numerous scholarly publications as well as two reference books and has received many awards for his work. The Fiels Medal was awarded in recognition of his proofs of nonlinear Landau damping, convergence to …

  • Musician

  • French porn actor and director

  • American basketball player: forward, Pistons Tamia was diagnosed in April 2004 with multiple sclerosis. He had just undergone his fourth ankle surgery in the same time span. They have two daughters, Myla, who was born in 2002, and Lael on August 9, 2007.

  • French soccer player (or French footballer), who was a right back or central defender.

  • CFL offensive linebacker (Edmonton Eskimos).

  • Estonian politician and banker

  • Canadian baseball outfielder


1969 - 1960

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

  • French serial killer. He was the eldest child of five and was tortured by his abusive father. He was placed in foster care at the age of 13. He called himself the Prince of Darkness and dedicated his animal sacrifices to Satan.

  • American career criminal arrested for theft and burglary 7/25/1992. He was convicted of a second theft and sentenced to ten years imprisonment; he was released on 11/27/1994.

  • Guy Pearce

    British-Australian actor, writer, and dancer. Pearce immigrated to Australia at the age of three-and-a-half. His father was killed in a plane accident in 1976. By the age of twelve, he had discovered his passions for acting and dancing. Pearce won the 1984 UBBA Victorian Bodybuilding Contest. He began appearing in Neighbours by 1985. Pearce remained with the series up to …

  • American basketball player: Suns guard

  • Corpus Christi (Texas) -- Golfer (1994 PING–Cellular One-5th).

  • American singer-songwriter and composer (Hardline Crush40 and Axel Rudi Pell).

  • Former Wrestling manager, and valet

  • Franco's daughter, an Italian actress. She graduated in 1991 from the Silvio daEUR(tm),Amico Academy of Dramatic Arts. She made her professional debut on stage in 1992, in the drama Il trittico di Antonello by Francesco Crescimone. Since 2005, she has been married to NiccolA2 Ammaniti.

  • American cosmologist, physicist and academic

  • American football player

  • Canadian-American hockey player. He is the undisputed star of his sport with effortless ease. He is strong and fast, at 6' 4", 210 lbs. He plays center for the Pittsburgh Penguins. He was shy when he was first drafted from France. He is a strong, quiet type. He is also dark and attractive. He settled down with his wife and …

  • NFL defensive end (Miami Dolphins).

  • Canadian professional hockey player. He started his professional career with the American Hockey League, but he was transferred to Montreal the next year (1984-1995).

  • American race car driver

  • American actor who was seen on TV's soaps "Knots landing" and "Family Medical Center". He was a high school sports jock and worked as an electrician while pursuing his acting career.

  • USA; pianist (Rivalry).

  • Chicago, Illinois -- Triple Jumper (1992, 1996 Olympics - Gold Medalist).

  • American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Chalk circle)

  • French journalist and fomer model, who were both victims of the terrorist attack on Paris (13/11/15), at the restaurant "La Belle Equipe (19).

  • Shell Kepler

    Actress (Amy Vining - General Hospital).

  • American journalist and George Polk Award winner


1959 - 1950

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

  • American football wide receiver, who played for the Houston Oilers and Atlanta Falcons over 14 seasons. He is slightly smaller than most professional football players but his speed and quick moves made him one of the best pro-sports receivers. In 1979, he began his professional career with the Los Angeles Rams. He continued his career as an artist after his …

  • Imran Khan

    Pakistani politician and cricketer

  • British writer and artist, prolific author of screenplays and short stories. He is also a painter, illustrator, and writer. 1984's "Books of Blood" was his collection of horror stories. His elegant literary voice allowed him to express deviant sexuality and explicit violence. Other fantasy novels that are exotic include "Weaveworld," and "Imajica."

  • Canadian actor and figure skater

  • Italian TV host and singer (d.2007)

  • Bob Geldof

    Irish punk rock singer, songwriter and lead vocalist of the "Boomtown Rats", and activist. He began a fund-raising frenzy in the mid-1980s to help victims of African famine. He co-wrote a musical production and it became an international hit: "Do They know It's Christmas?" He raised millions of dollars in Africa-bound royalties. He has organized benefit concerts that raised staggering …

  • Karen Allen

    American actress. She is a thin, broad-eyed, raspy voiced, brunette who has been a leading lady on the TV, film, and stage. She was a youngster who overcame temporary blindness due to conjunctivitis. This allowed her to start a career on the screen in the late 1970s. Her greatest role was as the lead female character in the 1981 blockbuster, …

  • For ten years, he was an American National League umpire. He is now openly gay and wrote "Behind The Mask: My Double Life In Baseball" 1990.

  • English civil servant

  • Berwyn, Illinois -- Speed skater (1980 Olympics - Gold Medalist)

  • Jeff Conaway

    American actor, aged ten, in the Broadway musical "All the Way Home". He was a fashion model in his youth and traveled with a band for three years as a guitarist and singer. At 19 he made his first film, "Jennifer on my Mind." He was a part of "Grease" and then landed the lead role on "Taxi," for three …

  • American attorney. He was the lead prosecutor for Eric and Lyle Menendez, both men who were tried together in 1995 at their second trial.

  • New York, USA: actor (Bobby-taxi).

  • American writer

  • American academic and author

1949 - 1940

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

  • French actor, stage director, and stage author. He is also a cinema actor/director and was associated with Famille Deschiens, a troupe that Macha MakeA-eff founded in 1978. He was named Artistic Director of ThA (c)AC/tre national de NA[r]mes in 2003. In June 2007, he took the same position at ThA(c]AC/tre national de l'OpA-ra-Comique.

  • Haitian politician, 14th Prime Minister of Haiti

  • Businessman

  • American singer and cabaret star, known for her falsetto voice.

  • American flight attendant, who was also a passenger on TWA Flight 800, which exploded and crashed into the water off Long Island (NY) 7/17/1996, was killed. 53 of the victims were TWA employees. Dodge was a graduate of the University of Minnesota. He was a veteran of the Army and had an M.A. in education. TWA had employed him as …

  • Politician

  • At 52, Sweet's lead singer dies from heart failure

  • Scottish musician and platinum blonde guitar player, "Sweet," was popular in the 1970s with hits like "Ballroom Blitz". Connolly was rumored to be the half-brother illegitimate of Mark McManus. Connolly died February 1997.

  • English flutist (Henry Cow), saxophonist

  • American singer, guitarist, and leader of The Steve Miller Band. While he was a young man, his family moved to Texas. He formed a band and played school events, small clubs, and dances. He attended the University of Wisconsin from 1961 to 1963, where he formed and played in a band together with Boz Skaggs. In '63, he dropped out …

  • Nancy Barrett
  • USA; rocker ("Abracadabra", "Space Cowboy").

  • (Rep-D-Maryland)

  • Children's Author

  • Foley, an American diplomat and peace worker, was shot to death on October 28, 2002 in Amman, Jordan. He was a long-time American diplomat. Foley, an official of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), was about to enter his car heading for the U.S. Embassy. He was hit with six bullets. His wife of 34-years heard the shots and …

  • American singer-songwriter (The Temptations & The Monitors). (d. 2013.)

  • American singer-songwriter (d.2012)

  • Stephanie Cole

    British actress, who became famous in 1981 for her 30 episode TV drama series "Tenko", 10/20/1981-12/16/1984 about the Japanese POW camp. Her comedy work earned her the title of UK Comedy Actress in 1992.

  • Marathon swimmer (299 Miles).

  • Argentine politician and lawyer, also professor of public law. He was also President of Argentina from 2002-2003.

  • American guitarist and singer-songwriter


1939 - 1930

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

  • Mozambican-American businesswoman, philanthropist

  • American country-western singer/songwriter, who achieved his first top ten hit in 1973. He came from a musical family, including Jimmy and Dan Seals. Duncan was taught by his mother how to play the guitar and joined Norman Petty's New Mexico group for three years in 1959. After moving to Nashville, he worked several odd jobs until he was invited to …

  • Filipino basketball player and coach (d.92)

  • American philanthropist and wife of Senator John Heinz (Republican) and Senator John Forbes Kerry (Democratic). She is the Heinz fortune's heir and oversees the Heinz philanthropies.

  • Bronx, New York -- Rocker ("Dion & The Belmonts")

  • Czech nationalist, playwright, and president. He was a thorn in both the side of Communist Party and Czech government for over 20 years because of his political protests. 1968 saw Havel's international recognition as a playwright. The Communist Party incarcerated Havel because he couldn't keep silent about the persecution of Czech artists. He had already spent at most five years …

  • French retired general and a prominent personality in French intelligence. He was a councilor to many Defence ministers, either Left-wing or Right-wing.

  • Farmington sports Champions

  • East German pianist

  • Peter Brown

    Since 1958, American actor Brown has appeared in more than 300 TV shows and 17 movies. Brown's films include "Ride The Wild Surf", "Kitten With a Whip", and "Chrome and Hot Leather." His TV series include "Lawmen", "Laredo" (TV Series) and "Mod Squad" (TV Series). He was married three times and had one child in 1965.

  • Kansas City Writer

  • American actresses and sopranos

  • American mail-order marketer and CEO of Fingerhut Corporation. Deikel, who started his career in merchandise marketing and attended the University of Minnesota, is the spark that initiated a huge telemarketing campaign for Fingerhut.

  • New York, USA: actor (Lawman and Laredo, The Bold and the Beautiful).

  • American homicide. He was the owner of an auto upholstery shop in Glendale and a Glendale prostitute ring. He became known as the Hillside Strangler. Between 10/17/1977 to 2/17/1978, he strangled and raped ten young women with his cousin Kenneth Bianchi. His conviction on 11/19/1985 ended the longest trial in California history. He was sentenced to life imprisonment for his …

  • During the 1979 hostage crisis, Canada sent a diplomat to Iran

  • Canadian diplomat and businessman

  • Diane Cilento

    Queensland, Australia -- Actress. (Agony & Ecstasy. Wicker Man).

  • The Hotline was founded by an American political consultant (d. 2013).

  • American publisher of the series of books "What Ever Happened to ............"?"

  • Italian cyclist, Olympic champion at Helsinki 1952 and Melbourne 1956.

  • American parapsychologist and museum worker who is responsible for fossil vertebrae at Chicago Natural History Museum since 1955. He holds a Yale geology degree and is a member of Society of Psychical Research. He has published a biographical index and written reviews of research on ESP in schoolchildren.

  • American politician. California's most well-known black and female political operative. Her career began by setting high standards. She was the first black woman to be elected to the County Board of Supervisors on 6/14/1979. Her election as U.S. Congresswoman on 11/07/1972 marked the beginning of her first term.

  • Author and journalist from Scotland

  • Star of "Neighbors" soap from 1985, Australian actress. She won the Penguin Award two years later for her part in the show. The show was immensely popular in Australia and the UK.

  • American stage and costume designer. He was an actor who arrived in New York in 1955. He worked as an assistant stage design throughout the '60s on a variety of shows including "Fiddler on the Roof", "Annie Get Your Gun", and "The Boy Friend." In 1974, he was the TV soap's lead designer and also designed a number of Paris …

  • Illinois, USA; actor (Beachhead, Dakota Incident).

  • Ukraine -- Cosmonaut (Vostok IV, Soyuz 14)

  • General pilot and astronaut of Ukraine (d. 2009).

1929 - 1920

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

  • Jr., American astronaut

  • British goalie, an athlete from Britain, for the Streatham Felines (a women's ice hockey team). She was a skilled speed skater, but she played in goal to avoid the rough middlefield.

  • First black student to enroll at University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa

  • Washington, USA: Captain US Navy/astronaut

  • Scottish politician and Member of Parliament. He was elected to the House on 6/11/1987. He is married with two children.

  • Artist dies at 67

  • Composer

  • Glynis Johns

    Pretoria, South Africa -- Actress Mary Poppins

  • American ex-Roman Catholic priest and antiwar activist. His brother Daniel, as well as others were accused of plotting to kidnap Secretary Of State Kissinger and bomb the Washington DC tunnels. A mistrial was declared 4/1972. He is one of the founders of Jonah House Baltimore, MD 1973.

  • British track and field star, and Olympic champion runner of 400m. hurdles at London in 1948.

  • Swedish journalist and author (d.54)

  • Swedish writer (Burned Child).

  • Argentinian race car driver (d. 2013)

  • Ciccio Ingrassia

    Italian comedian, actor, and film director. His career began in the 1950s. However, his career really took off in 1960s. He was a comedian and actor who starred in many comedies. He also worked as a television producer in the 1980s.

  • American soldier and cartoonist (d.2011)

  • English journalist and historian (d. 2013).

  • Argentine race car driver


1919 - 1910

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

  • Scientist

  • Marius Berliet, a French industrialist, was the son of Marius Berliet, the founder of the company bearing the same name.

  • American TV executive and host of a game show. His shows "Password" (and "Liar's Club") were well-known. He was happily married to Betty White for 18 year, starting in 1963. He retired in 1979. Los Angeles, CA: Ludden was diagnosed with cancer on 6/09/1981.

  • Vire physician

  • Hungarian poet and author (d. 2007).

  • English sculptor

  • American newspaper publisher and entrepreneur. He is also the Chairman of The Board of Scripps Publishing Empire. He is also a director of a bank and publishes local newspapers in seven California cities, as well as Bremerton, WA. He was a sailor and a Pacific yachtsman. He was also a member of Cruisers of America and the International Wine and …

  • Nazi war criminal (d. 2003)

  • French fighter ace in World War II, and a General in France's Air Force.

  • Irish humorist (Born 1911).

  • French Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop in Paris during the time of Cardinal FranASSois Marty. Prior to this, he was CurA(c), Saint-SA(c),verin's parish priest. This parish is well-known for its liturgical role during the years before Vatican II. He was the author of many spiritual works and was open to dialogue with non-believers. PA(c)zeril is also believed to have played a …

  • Irish playwright and author (d. 1966).

  • Canadian ecologist and academic (d. 2011.)

1909 - 1900

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

  • American producer, director, and author of numerous Broadway shows. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for "South Pacific" (1949) and has directed many movie classics, including "Picnic," 1955 and "Camelot," 1967. 1969.

  • Turkish politician and lawyer (d. 1995).

  • Italian comedian, actor, and singer, who appeared in 128 films from 1939 to 1969.

  • Fritz Schumacher mentor and writer

  • American entrepreneur who started a fast food chain in Des Plaines in 1955. He had previously worked as a multi-mixer salesman and was a multi-mixer salesman for 17 year. Six years later, he purchased the McDonald's brothers for $2.7million. In 1968, the company opened its 1,000th restaurant. It also expanded to Australia and Europe in 1971.

  • Larry Fine

    American comedian and actor (Born in 1902)

  • Pennsylvania, United States -- Comedian (3 Stooges).

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