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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on September 5th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010

  • British-born, Guy Ritchie is his father and Jacqui Ainsley is his mother. The emergency Caesarean was used to deliver the child.

1999 - 1990

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

  • British family of fame, Rod Stewart is the son of Rachel Hunter, a model, and Rod Stewart, a musician.

  • YouTube Star


1989 - 1980

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


1979 - 1970

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

  • Rose McGowan

    American singer and actress. She was Paige Matthews on The WB supernatural drama series Charmed. Ann-Margret joined Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Elvis Presley on the CBS miniseries Elvis. She was co-host and guest programmer on TCM's 2008 film-series program, The Essentials.

  • Australian basketball centre (1996 Olympics - Bronze Medalist).

  • Paddy Considine

    English screenwriter and actor


1969 - 1960

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

  • American guitarist, songwriter, musician, and second child to rocker Frank Zappa. He was a Hollywood child who was privileged to have a record contract at the age of 18. He also had jobs as a Vijay on MTV and relationships with celebrities. His first album, "Havin' a Bad Day", was a family affair. It was recorded by his father with …

  • Brazilian manager and footballer

  • Japanese voice actress and radio host

  • American singer-songwriter and drummer (Audioslave Rage Against the Machine, Greta).

  • American basketball player and sportscaster

  • He was a French golfer who won the French Open 2011. He jumped into a lake to celebrate his win and broke his shin. Levet started his professional career in 1988. He won the French PGA Championship later that year. He has won six European titles and won several other titles despite vertigo.

  • Coach and footballer from the Netherlands

  • French screenwriter, businessman, and manager of Emotion, which was founded in 1991.

  • Kristian Alfonso

    American actress. She is the TV soap star Hope Brady, who was formerly a figure skating champion. She was a former figure skating champion and won a Gold Medal at the Jr. Olympics. At 15 she was a model and appeared on Vogue and Bazaar covers. After starting acting on "Days," she switched to "Falcon Crest." Married Simon Macauley (a …

  • Japanese race car driver and Japanese manager

  • American baseball player and sportscaster

  • American bass player and songwriter (Racerx The Mars Volta Omar Rodriguez Lopez Grup The Scream, Big Sir).

  • English actor

  • Guelph, Ontario -- Equestrian jumper (1992, 96 Olympics - 26th Place)

  • French murder victim. A real estate promoter was killed along with his 36-year-old wife and their three children, seven to ten year olds, on April 11, 2003. David Hotyat was the killer. He took their bodies to a forest where he burned them. The murders occurred in Le Grand-Bornand (Haute-Savoie), France.


1959 - 1950

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

  • Canadian screenwriter, noted family member, and the son of Elwy Yost, a TV host. He was inspired by his father's passion for movies, and he became a screenwriter. The adventure thriller "Speed" is his most successful screenplay.

  • German journalist and publisher (d. 2014.)

  • Kansas City, Missouri -- Nike golfer (1989 Centel Classic-4th)

  • Italian scientist and physician. His work in molecular biology, which focuses on aging, led to the discovery of a gene. Pelicci and his colleagues created a mouse strain that lives 30% longer than the normal by blocking this gene's action. This gene regulates biological responses to damage caused by agents such as free radicals.

  • Swedish guitarist and producer, singer-songwriter and guitarist (The Flower Kings Kaipa Transatlantic)

  • Italian director, screenwriter, producer, and television and film writer.

  • German Federal Republic; actress (Donna, One Life to Live).

  • Jamaican cricketer and footballer (d.2015)

  • American journalist, author, and executive

  • American office manager at Edgewater Technology, Wakefield, MA. Michael McDermott (mentally unstable software tester at the institute) went mad and shot and killed seven people including Hagerty on the morning of the 26th.

  • Blind runner (quickest 100m run by a blind man).

  • Japanese actor and model

  • Born in South Africa, Australia musician. He was a drummer in "The Flame", which later merged with the "Beach Boys." He was also a member of the Beatles parody group "The Rutles". He lives in Australia with his wife, Penelope Tree (model).

  • Michael Keaton

    Movie Actor

  • Pennsylvania, USA; actor (Gung Ho, Batman).

  • American television producer and model

  • German footballer

  • Cook Islands poet who published six collections in English and Rarotongan. He died April 1997.

  • Italian journalist and writer. He married singer Gigliola Cinquetti 4/13/1979: two sons.

  • American comic writer, syndicated cartoon strip "Cathy", published in over 500 newspapers. Her work was published in 12 books, greeting cards, and other products by 1990. The script is humorous and reflects her life as a single woman dealing with shopping, dating, and family. After working as an advertisement copywriter, she launched the cartoon. She won an Emmy in 1987 …

  • British Astrologer, Author, Book-Editor, Webmaster, Publisher, Teacher, and International Lecturer. He lives in Glastonbury on the ancient Isle of Avalon, England. He is the author of "Living in Time", 1987, "The Only Planet of Choice,"93, and "The Historical Ephemeris," 1993. "Healing the Hurts of Nations" 1997. His next book project will be "A Complementary History of the World", a historical …

  • An English politician and businesswoman

  • Norwegian singer, banjo player, and revue artist. She was married to singer/songwriter LillebjA Nilsen. From 1968, she was a member and co-founder of Christiania Fusel & Blaagress. Her later albums include Kari Svendsen (1978), Solskinn Og sang (1982) and Kari GAY=r til filmen (1991). In 2011, she was awarded the Medal of St. Hallvard.

1949 - 1940

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

  • French fashion designer, mainly lingerie.

  • Manx flute player and saxophonist (Kokomo).

  • Japanese mobster

  • American producer and songwriter (Mannheim Steamroller).

  • British singer, born in Zanzibar. He is a star of the rock band "Queen." Mercury was the name he chose for himself because he believed it was his ruling planet. He was a composer, singer, and pianist, an eccentric in a field that is well-known for its unconventionality. Bisexual, he founded Queen in 1971. It was a popular band in …

  • French TV producer of music, movies, and shows.

  • American composer and singer

  • Dennis Dugan

    American film director and actor

  • American social activist and philanthropist, Mavis is also the wife to Jay Leno, a comedian and TV personality. Mavis, who works for women's rights in Afghanistan, has helped bring the issue to public attention via media stories and events. She has represented her cause before the US Senate as Chair of the Campaign to Stop Gender Apartheid in Afghanistan.

  • French stained glass artist. Hermaphrodism is a medically documented and authentic case. This distinction makes her a remarkable exception.

  • Finnish acupuncturist, a doctor who introduced acupuncture in Finland.

  • Australian politician and lawyer 33rd Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs

  • Petit-Pressigny-born French geneticist, Jean Kahn. He is the brother of Jean-FranASSois, a journalist and founder of Olivier and Marianne.

  • Rod Arrants

    Los Angeles, California -- Actor. (Vamping. Ape. Young and the Restless).

  • Italian playwright, poet, and author (d. 1996).

  • Raquel Welch

    American actress with beautiful body (37-22-36), that graced the covers of 92 European magazines and 16 American magazines in 1966. From 1964, she was the first to appear onscreen in schlock films like "One Million B.C." and "Myra Breckenridge." She performed a polished Las Vegas nightclub act in 1978.

  • Illinois, USA; (Myra Breckenridge, 1,000,000 BC, 100 Rifles).

  • Baroness Howarth, Breckland English politician

1939 - 1930

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

  • George Lazenby

    Australian actor

  • Swiss race car driver and sportscaster (d.2006)

  • American musician. He is a singer and composer in the folk group "The Kingston Trio." He joined the group in May 1961, and he played with them until 1967. They had many hits songs. From 1963, he also recorded single artist albums. He left the folk and rural music scenes of the United States and began to play electric guitar. …

  • William Devane
  • Baroness Massey, Darwen English politician

  • Coach and manager of senior Canadian ice hockey players (d. 2007).

  • French jurist and academic who specialized in public legal. He was also a professor of law, a senior faculty member, and president of Paul CA(c).zanne University. He died in Aix-en-Provence, Bouches-du-RhA'ne on the 1 September 2004.

  • French choreographer and ballet dancer. He was also a choreographer.

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  • American author and wife of the 1960 U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy 1958-1982. Joan was shy and retiring, but she is also often described as vulnerable. David Lester published a biography of Joan the Reluctant Kennedy in 1994. Marcia Chellis wrote an unauthorized biography in 1985, "Living With the Kennedy's" about Joan, who was a confidante she had met at AA. …

  • American entrepreneurial guru. He was a multi-millionaire merchandiser of enlightenment and the founder of "est" ("Erhard Seminar Training), which made its debut on 10/04/1971. His high-energy brand for instant salvation was a success in the mid-'70s and made him a multimillionaire. His network was based on the principles and transformation.

  • Pennsylvania, USA; founded EST.

  • German Roman Catholic Cardinal


1929 - 1920

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

  • Bob Newhart

    American comedian, actor, recording artist, and television series star. In 1961, he was the first comedian to achieve fame via LP records. His comedy "The Button-Down mind strikes back" won him a Grammy. His trademarks include his double-takes, careful stammer and a master of the well-timed pausing. He is a former accountant and is known as "The man with the …

  • Russian General Pilot and Astronaut (d. 2004).

  • Illinois, USA; comedian and actor (Bob Newhart Show Newhart).

  • French writer, director and scriptwriter who died in Paris on 13 October 1999.

  • USSR -- Cosmonaut (Vostok III, Soyuz 9)

  • German trombonist and educator (United Jazz + Rock Ensemble, d. 2005).

  • English educator and pianist (d. 2006).

  • American writer, convicted child sex offender. His Complete Encyclopedia of U.S. and Colonial Coins is a well-known work among coin collectors. The "Breen numbers" from his encyclopedia are widely used for identifying different coins. He is also well-known for his involvement in science fiction fan communities and his writings in defense de pederasty.

  • Kathak-style Indian classical dancer (d. 2004).

  • American administrator and banker, Volcker was the chairman of 1979-1987 Federal Reserve Board. Volcker was the Chairman of the Board of Governors of Federal Reserve System (FRS), from 1979 to 1987. The FRS, an independent federal agency, directs the United States' banking system and helps to manage the country's economy.

  • Charles Braibant, a French lawyer.

  • Riccardo Cucciolla

    Italian film actor. Between 1953 and 1999, he appeared in 60 films. For the film Sacco e Vanzetti, he won the Best Actor Award at 1971 Cannes Film Festival. He died in Rome, 17 September 1999.

  • France sport Champion

  • American football player, coach and college athletics administrator. He was the head coach of Louisiana State University (1955aEUR”1961), the United States Military Academy (62aEUR”1965) and the University of South Carolina (66aEUR”1974). His career record is 109aEUR”95aEUR”5. Dietzel's 1958 LSU football team won the Sugar Bowl over Clemson and was named the consensus national champion. Dietzel was awarded the National Coach …

  • American physician. He was the flight surgeon and personal physician to the seven original astronauts. In 1943, he enlisted in Army Air Corps and began medical school in the next year. Douglas was assigned to NASA 1959-1962, to the Project Mercury. Married 1946, one son 1948, world-traveled. In 1977, he retired from the USAF and joined McDonnell-Douglas Astronautics Co.

  • English academic and physicist

  • Gisela Trowe

    German actress on stage, television and film; she started her career as a cabaret performer. She made her film debut in 1948, and her final film was a year prior to her death.

  • American film director and executive, who was elected president of the Motion Picture Association of America (MPA) in April 1966. He had previously served as special assistant to President Lyndon Johnson between 1963-1966. Perhaps his greatest achievement is the creation of a U.S. film morality rating system. Valenti was a wartime bomber pilot and an advertising agency founder. He is …

  • Egyptian royalty with her marriage to King Farouk 1/20/1938 and they had three daughters.

  • Canadian ice hockey coach and player (d. 2013).

  • Turkish composer (d. 1993).

  • Dutch film producer, actor and director. He started his career on the stage before he entered films. He was awarded the 1986 Oscar for Best Foreign Film, "The Assault".

  • French politician and representative of the French Democratic Confederation of Labor, France's largest labor association. He was also a member of the EU's Office of Economic and Financial Affairs.

  • English-American composer and educator (d. 90)

  • Mont?limar Military man

1919 - 1910

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

  • Polish-born German Nazi concentration camp supervisor (d. 1945)

  • Italy sport Champion

  • Scottish educator and physician, Russell was also a Professor of Midwifery & Gynecology. Russell was a professor at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne in 1956. He was married and had three children.

  • Ramito is a Puerto Rican singer and trovador better known as Ramito. He is known as the king of JAbaro jAbaro music. Juan MarAa ("Moralito") and Luis ("Luisito") were also major jAbaro singers.

  • French Catholic priest, who was Bishop of La Reunion between 1960 and 1975.

  • Oklahoma, USA; composer (Gerald McBoing Boing).

  • Puerto Rican Roman Catholic nun. She is known as "Mother Teresa of Puerto Rico", and was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom for her humanitarian work.

  • Italian meteorologist and general, who died in Rome 15 September 1993.

  • Chilean poet and mathematician, physicist and mathematician

  • English make-up artist (d.2013)

  • Architect

  • Dutch singer and actress (d.2010)

  • American official from the government. He was a Wall Street lawyer and law-partner to Richard Nixon before taking over Nixon's 1968 presidential campaign. Mitchell was appointed the Attorney General of Nixon's cabinet after Nixon was elected. However, Mitchell was sentenced to imprisonment in June 1977 for Watergate-related convictions.

  • American composer, writer, journalist, critic and photographer. He was a multitalented writer and composer, and was fascinated by the beauty and mystery of the everyday. He was also a journalist and photographer, known for his multimedia work.

  • Swedish-German actress and photographer (d.2001)

  • German actress and photographer (d.2001)

  • American screenwriter and animator of voice actors (d. 2004).


1909 - 1900

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

  • Rus / British impresario (Thorn EMI), dies at 84

  • Savigny Military man

  • German pianist and conductor (d.71)

  • French general, director general of The Service de Documentation ExtA (c)rieure et de Counter-Espionnage.

  • Australian cricketer who was a specialist batsman in eight Test matches between 1929-1931.

  • Arthur Koestler

    Hungarian journalist, journalist, critic, and essayist. His books explore political themes. Koestler's novel, "Darkness at Noon", was written in 1940 by Koestler to express his disillusionmentment with the Communist Party. Sidney Kingsley made his book into a Broadway musical in 1951. Koestler was furious at the play and sued Sidney Kingsley in litigation that lasted for many years. He believed …

  • General of the French Air Force who led an unsuccessful revolt at Algiers, 22 April 1961.

  • Filipino politician and lawyer (d. 2005).

  • Novelist

  • Brooklyn, New York -- Actress ("Long Days Journey into the Night")

  • French screenwriter, novelist and playwright. He is also an editor. In 1943, he began a long-lasting and fruitful collaboration with Jean Aurenche, his co-writer.

  • He was an Italian Christian Democratic politician and 34th Prime Minister of Italy, serving from February 1954 to July 1956. From 1969 to 1971, he was also the President of Europe's Parliament. He died in 1991, on the 29th of October.

  • Florence Eldridge

    Broadway actress, The Swan, dies at 86

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