List of celebrities and famous people who were born on April 6th
Famous birthdays on April 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102015
Famous birthdays on April 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002005
American child from a large and controversial family. One of 14 children who were all born by in-vitro fertilation.
Battered child, killed by her mother with the complicity her second husband in June 2009 at age 5.
An Italian family of distinction, the son Ronaldo Da Lima, a soccer legend.
Famous birthdays on April 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Japanese singer and actor (Hey! Say! JUMP)
Belarusian tennis player
Adrián Alonso is a Mexican actor known for his roles in films such as
Charlie McDermott is a TV actor known for his role as Axl Heck on the sitcom 'The Middle'.
Famous birthdays on April 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Lily James is a British actress known for her roles in movies such as Cinderella, Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, and Downton Abbey.
Speed skater and cyclist from the Netherlands
American football player
Hilary Rhoda is an American model known for her work with the brand Estée Lauder.
Steve Clevenger is a former professional baseball player known for his time as a catcher with the Baltimore Orioles and Seattle Mariners.
American model Miss Missouri 2009
Jérémy Ferrari is a French comedian known for his stand-up performances and appearances on television shows.
Canadian producer and director of actor
Canadian ice hockey player
South African footballer
American singer-songwriter (Say Any Two Tongues, Max Bemis, and the Painful Splits).
American actress and model
Bobbi Starr is an American pornographic actress known for her work in the adult film industry.
Rick Cosnett is a TV actor known for his roles in popular TV shows such as The Flash and The Vampire Diaries.
Singaporean actress, model, and host
New Zealand rugby player
Hayley Atwell is a British actress known for her role as Peggy Carter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Alana Austin is an American actress known for her roles in the TV series
American soccer player
Australian-American producer and songwriter of guitar
Australian guitarist (The Academy Is ...)
Tom Riley is a British actor known for his roles in TV series such as 'Da Vinci's Demons' and 'Dark Heart'.
Matt Emmons is an American athlete known for his accomplishments in shooting sports, including winning multiple Olympic medals.
American bass player (Cobra Starship, This Is Ivy League).
Finnish long jumper
Italian pop singer, active from 2001 to 2009.
Actor (Once You Meet a Stranger).
Famous birthdays on April 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Miss North Carolina Teen USA (1997)
English journalist and financier
Michael, a prince of England.
Myleene Klass is a British singer, pianist, and model, best known for being a member of the pop group Hear'Say and for her appearances on television shows.
American singer-songwriter and violinist ("Little Jackie")
Robert Glasper is a Grammy Award-winning musician known for his work as a jazz pianist and record producer.
American baseball player
American author and real estate agent
American baseball coach and player
American woman who was born alive at an abortion clinic 18 hours after her 17 year-old mother received saline injections. The mother of the baby was seven months pregnant. Gianna was seven months pregnant at the time. Doctors believed that she would be unable to walk or stand on her own. She now has learning disabilities and cerebral palsy. At …
Finnish player in ice hockey
Candace Cameron Bure is an American actress known for her role as D.J. Tanner on the sitcom Full House and its sequel Fuller House.
Victoria, Australia; swimmer (Olympics 1996).
Icelandic musician (Sigur Ros)
Japanese educator and author
Icelandic bass player (Sigur R3s).
Welsh actor and guitarist, singer-songwriter
American producer and actress
American football player
California actress (DJ Tanner, Full House).
California actress (Punky Beerster).
Juicy J is a rapper, songwriter, and record producer known for being a founding member of the hip hop group Three 6 Mafia and for his solo career in the music industry.
Zach Braff is an American actor, director, and screenwriter, best known for his role as J.D. on the TV show 'Scrubs' and for directing the film 'Garden State'.
American Ice Hockey Player
Danish-English model and dancer
Argentinian-American actress and singer
Japanese actress and model
Prashant is an Indian actor known for his work in Bollywood films.
American football player
American basketball player; Forward Bulls.
Belgian discus thrower
American football coach and player
Israeli/American tattoo artist
Danish screenwriter and director
Canadian Football League slot back (Edmonton Eskimos).
NFL defensive tackle (Dallas Cowboys).
Indian producer and actor
American radio host and baseball player
Wisconsin, USA; volleyball middle-blocker (Olympics 1996).
NBA forward / center (Toronto Raptors)
South African-German Ice Hockey Player and Coach
American producer and songwriter (Stone Sour Black President Amebix, Nausea).
Famous birthdays on April 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Paul Rudd is an American actor known for his roles in popular comedies such as 'Anchorman' and 'Knocked Up'.
American basketball player for the Detroit Pistons.
American manager and player
American anthropologist and geneticist
Puerto Rico; actress (Emma McArdle-Kate and Allie).
Austrian race car driver
American actor, singer, and playwright
NFL defensive tackle (Philadelphia Eagles).
English choreographer/dancer and TV personality
English choreographer, expert in English dance and TV personality
California, USA; infielder (Cincinnati Reds).
Brazilian race car driver
American political scientist and academic
Australian high jumper (Olympics 1996).
American professional baseball pitcher who signed with Atlanta Braves as a minor league player right out of highschool, 6/03/1985. Greene was injured and placed on the disabled lists numerous times during his career as a pitcher for the Atlanta Braves1/23/1998.
Jonathan Firth is an English actor known for his work in various television series and films.
Canadian singer and voice actress
Connecticut, USA; actor ("Cliff Clavin- Cheers")
Newport Beach, California -- Playmate (May, 1987)
South Korean-American producer and director
American author (d. 2013)
South Korean film director
Frank Black is an American musician and the lead singer of the alternative rock band Pixies.
Belgian track and fields star, who was originally registered to compete at the 10,000 m. in Atlanta 1996, but then dropped out for unknown reasons.
American wide receiver, for the Green Bay Packers seven seasons. He became a sports journalist and commentator after he quit pro ball.
American musician Black Francis. He is the leader of Pixies, an influential alternative rock band where he performed under his stagename. He has been a solo artist since 1993.
NFL wide receiver (Buffalo Bills).
English news presenter
French jazz musician.
French actress, daughter Diourka Medveczky (Hungarian sculptor) and Bernadette Lefont (French actress). She was the most promising actress and she died in a hiking accident at age 25.
Ecuadorian politician and economist 54th President of Ecuador
American electronic musician Techno music pioneer
German academic and sculptor
Austrian composer and singer, the son of Russian immigrants.
Coach and manager for the Swiss football team
German installation artist
Scottish-British comedian, teacher, impersonator, and grocery clerk. Bremner was first recognized at the Edinburgh Festival 1981 in "The Importance of being Varnished." He continued his career with other jobs such as teaching English in Paris and working in supermarkets. He also impersonated Prince Charles on French radio and German radio. Terry Wogan discovered him and invited him to appear on …
Nebraska, USA; Nike Golfer (1994 NIKE tour Championship).
Manager and English footballer
French journalist, wife to Yves Mourousi and last of 17 siblings.
Croatian-German actress, director
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (The Allman Brothers Band Gov’t Mule and the Dead).
American jazz musician, song writer, singer, and bandleader
French communication consultant, vice-chairman of Havas, a multinational French advertising and public relations firm based in Paris.
American flight crew member who was killed in an aircraft explosion at Mitchell Airport on 12/10/1993.
Famous birthdays on April 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Pietro Vierchowod is a retired Italian footballer known for his successful career as a central defender, winning numerous titles with clubs like Juventus and Sampdoria.
Florida, USA: fashion designer/party girl (Queens of the Night).
Italian soccer player playing for the National Team.
Australian illustrator and author
Italian race walker and coach
Czech opera singer
Speed walker from Italy (30K World Record).
Italian astronaut and soldier engineer
Czech soprano and Czech educator
American politician, a Congresswoman hailing from Minnesota and Presidential hopeful for the 2012 election. On June 27, 2011, she announced her candidacy to the top office in Waterloo (Iowa).
Indian cricketer and coach
Argentinian-American journalist and painter
French high ranking official, bank officer, and politician.
Michael Rooker is an American actor known for his roles in popular films such as 'Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer' and 'Guardians of the Galaxy'.
Canadian comedian, writer, and star of the CBC's early '90s comedy series "Codco/This Hour Has 22 Minutes," a parody satire on TV that is watched by 1.2 million Canadians every week. On their third season, March 1996, the team of four (Mary Walsh, Greg Thomey and Rick Mercer) fearlessly skewers all sacred cows. Mary Walsh and Cathy Walsh have been …
Canadian serial killer
American delta blues musician
French criminal. Ranucci, convicted of the murder and abduction of Marie-DolorA's Rambla, was one of the last French executed.
Shawford, England -- Actress (Clash of the Titans).
American track and field champion. She ran seven miles in a sweatsuit for the first time on 28 March 1976. She transformed from an overweight 5'4" woman who ate beer, cigarettes, and junk food to become America's top-ranked woman marathoner. International Association of Athletics Federations has recognized her as setting world records in the half-marathon, 30 km, and 20 km.
American skating champion and winner of the Olympic Bronze Medal in 1972's Tokyo Olympics. She was a gifted skater and signed a $1.4million contract with the Ice Follies, making her the highest-paid female athlete of all time. She did three shows per day on tour before her health started to decline. In 1975, she retired.
Scottish composer and actor
German composer and musician. He was an electronic musician and composer who was part of Tangerine Dream from 1971 to 1987. He started out as a drummer for The Agitation. Later renamed Agitation Free. His primary focus shifted to keyboards, synthesizers, and other instruments, as the group moved away form its roots in psychedelic rock. Although he wasn't the first …
American actress producer and author
German singer-songwriter (Accept & U.D.O.
Actress (Sophia Capwell Santa Barbara)
French mountaineer, extreme skier and speleologist. Film maker. Author.
Dutch-American sportscaster and baseball player
French horse owner.
Canadian cyclist activist (d.2007)
American author and anthropologist (d. 2001).
Famous birthdays on April 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
French disco singer, formerly pop-rock, was born to a Spanish father (pharmacist), and an Italian mother. He is best known for his 1979 hit "Born To Be Alive". He sang new songs like "Disco Queen" and "Back to boogie" in the eighties but he couldn't sustain his huge success. His golden disc is still a classic example of a "one-hit …
Rick Levine is an astrologer known for his work in astrology and as a co-founder of StarIQ.com.
New York, USA; actress (Barbara - Paul Lynde Show).
German Nobel Prize winner in Physics and Academics
Dunn, president of Smith College
Diplomat and academic English
American Astrologer, Teacher, Writer, Poet, Consultant, Lecturer, Computer Programmer. Levine & Associates is his agency that helps companies navigate the changing technologies. He works with astrologers to help bridge the gap between metaphysics and physics. Star IQ was founded by Jeff Jawer and he in 1999.
French cinematographer, filmmaker, screenwriter, editor, and producer. His films won him prizes at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival as well as Venice Film Festival.
Australian poet and teacher. She has been involved in feminist activism and small press publishing since the 1970s. She also teaches art, English, and English as a second language at secondary schools. Her writing is influenced by her concern for the lives of marginalized women. The Western Horizon, her novel, was published in HEAT magazine between 1996 and 2000. It …
Dutch lawyer, politician, and minister of justice.
American artist, author, and political activist.
American actor who became Cliff, the smart-aleck mailman and a regular on Cheers. He auditioned for the role Norm, which was given to George Wendt. After being rejected, he created Cliff on the spot with a ten minute skit that made the producers laugh.
American Wiccan High Priestess is a liturgist and singer, as well as an actress and singer. Her credits include playing Jeanie in the Broadway musical Hair. She emigrated to the San Francisco Bay Area in the mid-1970s and became a third-degree Priestess in the New Reformed Orthodox Order of the Golden Dawn. Eaton is still a professional singer. She is …
Essex, England -- Drummer
French chef de cuisine at Maison Lameloise, Chagny (France), 1971-2008 The restaurant's third Michelin star was awarded in 1979 to the chef, making him the youngest Michelin-starred chef. Burgundy is the main ingredient in the restaurant's cuisine.
French trumpet player.
New Zealand-English politician and dentist
American radio personality
English union leader
French serial killer, Sobhraj, was of Vietnamese and Indian descent. He was also known as "The Serpent" because of his clever and deadly ways. As Asia's most notorious serial killer, he is suspected of executing a trail through Asia and Europe that killed backpacking tourists. Charles lived a life of crime and bounced around Europe for most of his adult …
Italian-English model actress and fashion design
California, USA. Singer (Mama and Papas),/actress (Knots Landing).
Texas, USA; actress
American politician and lawyer (d. 2013).
New Zealand-English academic and journalist
Publicist and journalist in English
American screenwriter and producer of actor directors
Comedian (Firesign Theater)
Romanian composer and flute player
American drag racer
Germany; director (Sternsteinhof).
American race car driver and American manager
A French paleontologist, Brunet is also a professor at CollA"ge de France. Brunet, a French paleontologist, announced in 2001 the discovery of skull and jaw remains from a Miocene-aged hominid named ToumaA. These remains are thought to be more than three million years older than Lucy, the oldest known hominid.
Mexican poet and journalist
British Member of Parliament.
Jr. Mexican-American actor, producer (d.2011)
Famous birthdays on April 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Canadian politician and lawyer 1st Canadian Minister for Foreign Affairs
American architect and CEO. Sculley started his career with Apple Computers. He was unsuccessful in this field and now works as an after-hours architect. He is a college graduate who has interests in marketing, administration, and merchandising. He also holds a BA in Architectural Design.
French Canadian politician
British magician, entertainer and ex-government employee. Daniel began learning magic at the age 11. He began his career as an intern auditor at a local government office while he was 22, and he continued his work in mime with Trevor, his brother.
Roy Thinnes is an American actor known for his roles in popular TV shows such as The Invaders and The X-Files.
Illinois, USA; actor
Norwegian stage director. He was a director, theatre educatorist, and rector. He was an integral part of the establishment of the Norwegian theathre director education. He was rector of the Danish National Academy of Theatre, Copenhagen 1998-2003.
Billy Dee Williams is an American actor best known for his role as Lando Calrissian in the Star Wars franchise.
American singer, songwriter and country-western singer. Haggard's down-to-earth style was a hit on country music charts during the 1960s and 1970s. Although Haggard was once a regular on local country radio stations, it is now difficult to find his songs on major country radio stations. Haggard's world-weary baritone voice conveyed sorrowful songs about heartache, depression and hardships. His 1969 song, …
Samoan professional wrestler (d.82)
California, USA; country singer ("Death Valley Days").
American actor. He is a handsome box-office star and his twin. His first acting gig was on stage at seven years old. He began his career as an extra on CBS TV and soon became a fan of the showbiz. He played a variety of roles on Broadway, including "Mahogany", but his most well-known stage role was that of Dr. …
French neuroscientist, known for his research in many areas of biology. His focus was on protein structure and function (with a particular emphasis on allosteric proteins), as well as the development of the nervous system and cognitive functions. Notable scientific achievements include the MWC model and the identification and purification nicotinic-acetylcholine receptor. Non-scientists have long known about Changeux.
Dutch-Israeli painter, illustrator
Corning's American General Manager and CEO. Houghton, a Harvard graduate with an AB as well as a MBA, specializes in quality control.
French graduate of the A%0cole Politechnique, astrologer who established an astrology school after separating himself from the astrological community. Vernay is the author of "Fondements et avenir de l'astrologie," 1974) and "L'astrologie et la science future du psychisme," 1987.
Italian singer and songwriter of light music, who was extremely popular in the 1960s & 1970s.
Canadian science fiction writer (d.2007).
Nigeria -- Writer (Horn and Song of a Goat).
A giant Dutchman, the Dutch athlete who beat the Japanese in Judo at the Tokyo Olympics.
France sport Champion
Belgian photographer and illustrator (d.2008)
France sport Champion
Dutch judo gold medalist, won in open event Tokyo 1964; 1st nonjapanese.
American jazz composer and pianist. In 1961, he founded the Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra, also known as P.A.P.A. or The Ark. He led the group through the 1990s. Tapscott's Arkestra featured Jimmy Woods, Stanley Crouch and Wilber Morris. Tapscott's work and the UCLA Horace Tapscott jazz collection are his subjects. He passed away in Los Angeles, California on February 27, …
British actor (Leather Boy, Brimstone & Treasure)
American politician and lawyer Mayor of Kauai (d.2007).
Brazilian journalist and author of " Patrol of the Dawn."
English academic and lawyer
American diplomat and journalist Ambassador to Belgium
Canadian ice hockey player (d.2013)
German actor and director (d.2004)
American jazz musician, a player of the trumpet.
American author and educator, who was fired by Harvard for his early experiments with LSD, and other hallucinogenic drugs. He later became a follower on the path of Eastern philosophy. His books include "Be Here Now", 1971, "How Can I help," 1985, and "Journey of Awakening," 90.
American actor, director and producer (d.2008)
New York, USA. Actor (Car Wash, Hogan's Heroes).
Actress from Bangladeshi-Indian (d. 2014.)
American Hindu spiritual teacher
French homicide: The murder of a French police officer as he fled from a holdup on 25 Feb 1954, 5:45 pm, Paris
Belgium sport Champion
Famous birthdays on April 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
American pianist, composer and conductor
American actress and model (d. 1972).
German-born composer and conductor
James D. Watson is an American molecular biologist, geneticist, and zoologist, best known for his role in the discovery of the structure of DNA alongside Francis Crick.
American biochemist, educator, and molecular biologist. He was co-founder and the leading U.S. proponent of the study molecular biology and won the Nobel Prize in 1962 along with F.H.C. Crick and M.H.F. Wilkins. He earned his PhD in 1950. He is well-known for both his scientific genius and ethical integrity. His ability to direct difficult projects is another characteristic.
Watson; chemist (codiscovered the structure of DNA).
American nightclub singer and model (d. 1972).
Utah, USA; actress (Bob Cummings Show).
British saxophonist / leader of the orchestra (Jazz on a Summer Day).
Vice-Chancellor (University of Kent at Canterbury).
Ian Paisley was a politician from Northern Ireland and a religious leader. He was the leader of the Democratic Unionist Party, and Martin McGuinness from Sinn FA(c), respectively, were elected as First Minister and Vice First Minister on the 8th May 2007.
American jazz composer and pianist
Italian-American actor and singer (d. 1990).
Author and illustrator from Latvia (d. 2000).
Lord-Lieutenant for North Yorkshire
British Supreme Court Justice
Larsen; tennis champion (US Open-1950).
French documentary filmmaker and film editor. She is intelligent and intense with a lively perspective. Her films include "Colette," 1950, and "The Marriage Bureau," 1962.
Italian journalist, editor of L'espresso, a news magazine about Italy (1963aEUR”1968), former member of Parliament in the Italian Chamber of Deputies (1968aEUR”1972), cofounder of La Repubblica, and its editor from 1976 through 1996.
American musician. He was a pianist in many West Coast cities for the majority of his life. In 1979, he moved to San Francisco to perform at smaller clubs in California. By 1993, he was entertaining seniors three days a week in retirement homes.
Burmese historian (d. 2005)
Internationally recognized abstract expressionist.
Brazilian actress and one of Brazil's most prominent stars. Becker's charismatic persona and her legendary stage performances at the SAPSo Paulo Theater in her lifetime are what will be remembered about Becker.
American shot putter (d.2013)
Puerto Rican musician and leader of a band.
Los Angeles Military man
British painter / etcher
The Taser gun was invented by a US pilot and physicist (d. 2009).
Chinese-American biochemist, academic Nobel Prize laureate
French police officer, Director of the Judicial Police (police Headquarters).
Famous birthdays on April 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Greek politician 11th Greek Ministry of Culture
Bolivian politician and general 56th President of Bolivia (d.82)
Berlin, Germany -- Actress (MadameX)
French psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, Belarusian descent.
Brazilian singer, one half of the musica sertaneja duo from the state of São Paulo, known as Tonico & Tinoco. He and his brother Tinoco are regarded among the most famous and prolific artists in sertanejo. With their first hit single, "Chico Mineiro" (1946), they were named "A Dupla Coração do Brasil" ("The Brazilian Heart Duo"). They performed more than …
CEO (Willis Faber).
Author and painter from England-Mexico (d. 2011).
American geologist and author (d.87)
American geologist (d. 1987)
Polish painter, set designer, and theater director (d. 90).
Italian geneticist, author and international official. Publications & books on population genetics and biophysics. He died 22 April 1983.
American academic and geographer (d. 1993).
American geographer (d. 1993).
Norwegian theatre manager, film and revue actor. From 1934 to 1942, he worked at the revue theatre Chat Noir and later for the Edderkoppen Theater. From 1950 to 1953, he was Chat Noir's theatre manager.
Don Carlos - Actor/director
American homicide. His dad shot and killed him after refusing to pay $250 to treat his problems, which he believed were sexual.
Duncan Tate composer.
German biochemist and Nobel Prize laureate in academic science (d. 1979).
Famous birthdays on April 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
American painter, who studied in Paris. She held exhibitions and one woman shows. Her work was shown in major galleries, and she received an award from the Carnegie Institute in 1944. In Woodstock, NY, she died in 1970.
Danish lawyer in 1937. He was Emissary to Washington D.C., 1939, and Political Advisor to U.N. Security Council, 1949. He refused to name the names of the 81 witnesses in the 1956 Hungarian uprising and was fired on 7/03/1958. His body was discovered on 11/26/1959. Although the death was listed as suicide, it was believed to have been political murder.
German race car driver (d. 1987)
American evangelist (d. 1965)
French-Canadian priest and writer, preacher, and broadcaster (Born in 1908)
Italian screenwriter and actor, who appeared in a number of films during World War II. He was followed by adventure films.
Eccentric Frisian Reverend was a mobile preacher tiger who traveled from church to church on a race bike.
German actor in television and film, who died in Schweinfurt on the 12th of September 1959.
Third West German chancellor (1966-1969), dies at the age of 83 (born 1904).
Kiesinger German chancellor ("Wherever They May be")
Austrian engineer and car designer (d. 1966).
French politician who represented Radical Party in the Constituent Assembly that was elected in 1945. He also served as a member of the Constituent Assembly that was elected in 1946. He also served as a member of the National Assembly, from 1946 to 1958. He died 29 May 1959.
German politician, lawyer and third Chancellor for West Germany between 1966-1969. He was educated as a lawyer and served in the German foreign ministry during World War II. Later, he was cleared of Nazi affiliations. He was the leader of Christian Democrats and helped to form a coalition government which allowed them to remain in power after 1969. His incumbency …
American baseball manager and player (d. 1962).
American academic and engineer (d. 1990).
French playwright, poet and writer (d. 1933).
Cincinnati, Ohio -- Actress (Stella Dallas, Blonde Venus)
French surgeon, physician. He is married.
Russian writer (d. 1989).
Italian Catholic (d. 255)
American senator/ambassador dies at 85 (born in 1901).
Flemish composer/music reviewer
Italian activist (d. 1925)
He is one of Costa Rica's most important early writers. He is most well-known for his novels, poetry, and short stories. However, The Jaul (1937) is his best-known novel. It tells the story of a series that took place in an agricultural community in Costa Rica, although the events are not limited to the country. His works were widely discredited …
American composer and songwriter (d.1984)