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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on January 6th

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on January 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010

  • American family of note, first and only child of British actor Orlando Bloom (Australian model Miranda Kerr)

2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on January 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

  • An Australian celebrity, she is the daughter of Lee Rogers, her husband and music video director.

  • Jay Zim is a popular Vine star known for his comedic sketches and relatable content.

  • Musical.ly Star

1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on January 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

  • YouTube Star

  • American family of note, first child to CNN producer Mark Haefeli and Mary Alice Williams, NBC news correspondent.

1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on January 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • French victim of homicide, aged four. She was raped and had her throat cut while she slept in a car parked. Christian Giacchetto was a mentally deficient youth who broke into parked cars with three other accomplices on the 25th of February 1989. Giacchetto was accused by all three of his accomplices. He was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment on …

  • Brazilian-Dutch player in field hockey (d. 2015).

  • English singer

  • An actor, model, and singer from England. He began his career in theatre and TV roles in the 2000s, and made his film debut in 2001.

  • Reality TV personality in America

  • American basketball player

  • American baseball player


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on January 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • Océane is a French actress known for her roles in several popular French films and television series.

  • linebacker (New York Jets).

  • Vincent Niclo is a French operatic pop singer known for his powerful and versatile voice.

  • American actress (d. 2005).

  • Italian notable family, second son of Sophia Loren's husband Carlo Ponti. Edoardo directed and wrote "Liv", 1998. He also served as an assistant director for the Michelangelo Antonioni movie "Destinazione Verna," 2000. He directed "Between Strangers" in 2002 for his beautiful mother.

  • Canadian ice hockey coach and player

  • Greek beach volleyball player


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on January 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • AR Rahman is an Indian composer, singer, and music producer known for his work in the Indian and international music and film industry.

  • NFL Guard (New England Patriots).

  • Venezuelan actor

  • American homicide. The worst serial arsonist captured in the U.S. Over a hundred fires were set by him, terrorizing Seattle for five months. Three elderly women were killed by one of the firemen in a retirement community. Others caused $22 million worth of damage to homes, churches, and businesses.

  • English writer and chef

  • American football linemen, actor, and TV sports commentator. He was a 13-year veteran of the Raiders and one of the most outstanding NFL defensive linemen. He was awarded a Super Bowl Ring in 1984. However, he was also well-known for his misdeeds on the field and his fighting style. He was a star in nine Pro-Bowls and received numerous awards …

  • American golfer. He has been a member the PGA Tour ever since he turned professional in 1981. Azinger's 1993 win at the PGA Championship was his greatest achievement. He is considered one of the greatest golfers, and he has numerous other wins. He won the PGA Championship in 1993. In addition, he won the Memorial Tournament, New England Classic, and …

  • American actress

1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on January 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • American golfer and entrepreneur. She is a Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA Hall of Fame) member and a world-class athlete who has won countless championships.

  • American golfer and entrepreneur. She is a Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA Hall of Fame) member and a world-class athlete who has won countless championships.

  • Louth, England -- Astronaut

  • British-American astronaut and astrophysicist

  • California, USA; pro golfer (1988 Mazda, 1981 Dinah Shore).

  • A Scottish-Australian musician and rhythm guitarist for the rock band "AC/DC." His brother Angus is also a guitarist in the group. AC/DC made their debut in 1973 at Chequers club in Sydney, Australia. They recorded a group album in July 1973 and then disbanded soon after. The Young brothers relocated the band to Melbourne and recruited new members from their …

  • American actor and family, Michael Wilding is the son of Elizabeth Taylor. His roles in soap operas "One Life To Live", and "The Guiding Light" are his most prominent. He also played Jesus in "One Life To Live" on NBC in 1985. In 1982, he began little theater.

  • German politician and former President of European Bank

  • An Australian scientist of Scottish descent, Frazer is the CEO and Director for Research at the Translational Research Institute. Frazer and his collaborators developed and patent the basic technology for the HPV vaccine against cervical carcinoma. This vaccine is the second to prevent cancer and the first one that can be used to prevent it.

  • American baseball coach and player

  • American singer-songwriter and harmonica player (The Fabulous Thunderbirds).

  • American Chief of Federal Bureau of Investigation, nominated in July 1993 by President Bill Clinton. Freeh was a prominent FBI agent, federal prosecutor, and federal judge for U.S. Government.

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on January 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • French producer, host, and movie producer.

  • American pro astrologer. Author of "The Inner Sky", "The Changing Sky," and "The Night Speaks." His first book, "The Inner Sky", was published by the firm he worked with.

  • American mystery writer. Maddogy is filled with snarky characters.

  • American family of distinction, Lauren Bacall was the first child of Humphrey Bogart (and Lauren Bacall). His dad had died when he was eight years old. He was expelled from two colleges and married Dale Gemmelli, his pregnant girlfriend, in 1969. They divorced in 1984 but kept close to their son Jamie. Bogart quickly became a NBC executive and had …

  • American poet and academic

  • British singer, songwriter, and recording artist "Fairport Convention" since 5/68. After three albums, the group was formed with her reputation as a top British female singer. Although her 1969 debut with a band did not materialize, she was still very popular in solo and guest performances. After she married in 1973, she returned to Fairport for a worldwide tour. After …

  • Andrea Ferreol is a French actress known for her roles in films such as La Grande Bouffe and The Last Metro.

  • Nova Scotia, Canada, dressage rider (World Cup 1988; 1989; Olympics-1996)

  • French actress and officer of Ordre national de MA(c)rite ((2009)

  • Athlete

  • French musician, folkinger and Celtic harpist.

  • American actress, perhaps most well-known to American television audiences for her role as a divorcing mother on "One Day at a Time". The series, which was mostly comedy but sometimes had more serious moments, ran from 1975-1984.

  • Author (The Money Machine).

  • Nobel Prize laureate in academic Nobel Prize for Immunology, Swiss

  • Italian CEO and executive of International Multifoods, an Italian food distribution conglomerate. Luiso is a college graduate who has a BS in Business and an MBA in Business. He exercises, lifts weights, and enjoys playing golf as he relaxes.

  • Italian actor in theater. He married Paola Gassman in 1967, and they had one child together named Simona. They divorced in 1973.

  • Mountaineer

  • American artist "Daddy-O" was nicknamed after his slicked hair, aEUR (tm)51 Ford hotrod and El Paso style. He was instrumental in the creation of the 1970s Texas Cosmic Cowboy counterculture. In the fall of 2009, a retrospective of his work was displayed at the South Austin Museum of Popular Culture. His oversized sculptures depicting Texas symbols are his most well-known …

  • Sun Myung Moon's South Korean wife

  • American ballet dancer, choreographer, and teacher; appeared on Broadway and in companies like Tetley and Lang. He became a teacher, choreographed and was the director of Larry Richardson Dance Co.

  • Country singer (Fairport Convention, "If You Gotta Go")

  • Olga Georges-Picot

    French family noted, the daughter of a Chinese ambassador. She modeled in Paris, appeared in 18 films and did some television. There is no mention of her marriage date on the civil records. However, La Lettre des comA(c), No.1 shows a relationship with Jean Sobiesky from 1966 to 1970.

  • American journalist and author

1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on January 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • Adriano Celentano

    Italian pop singer, actor and director.

  • Elizabeth Teissier is a French astrologer and former actress known for her astrology predictions and appearances on television shows.

  • Argentine spiritual leader and writer

  • Australian politician and botanist

  • French astrologer who gained international attention after her 900-page thesis about astrology was accepted into the Sorbonne's doctoral program of sociology.

  • Italian musician, pianist, composer, lawyer, noted for his resonant, grainy voice.

  • Lou Holtz

    United States -- Football coach (New Jersey Jets).

  • [Payne] American soul singer/songwriter ("Just One Kiss")

  • Finnish politician, Prime Minister between 1987-1990

  • Czech discus thrower

  • American tennis player, winner of 21 Grand Slam Championships. She was among the top ten amateur players from 1953 to 1963. She won the French Open singles title in 1960. She won the US Championships singles title a year later and was again victorious a year later. In 1973, she was inducted into International Tennis Hall of Fame. She opened …

  • American lawyer and government official. He was once married and had three children.

  • Uruguayan politician who was elected President between March 1, 1985 and March 1, 1990, and again between 1995-2000.

  • French-American author, psychologist, and disciple of Eric Berne (one of the founders radical therapy). SteineraEUR(tm), author of "Games Alcoholics Play," 1970; "Scripts People Live," 1976; and "PeopleaEUR (tm)'s Power Plays," 1981.

  • American R&B-singer Flamingos - "Lovers Never Say Goodbye"

  • Gomez-Acebo y Cejuela of Bulgaria

  • Canadian businessman and philanthropist (d.2015)

  • Queen Margarita of Bulgaria

  • Australian entrepreneur

  • Sylvia Syms

    American jazz singer (Born 1917).

  • Florida, USA; Country singer (Ozark Jubilee).

  • American actor and poet (d. 2002).

  • English actress

  • He is a comedian, actor, and singer in the Swiss cabaret. He runs his own cabaret, records and tours the country and is a regular performer at radio and television shows.

  • Toulon (France) -- Actress (Pink Panther).

  • Businessman

  • Baron McColl, Dulwich English surgeon & academic

  • American businessman

  • American western sculptor. His bronze sculptures of Charles Goodnight, legendary Texas cattleman, are housed at the Square House Museum in Panhandle (Texas) and Buddy Holly, legendary Texas musician, are on display at the Walk of Fame, Lubbock (Texas).

  • Vic Tayback

    Brooklyn, New York -- Actor. (Mel-Alice Khan, Portrait Of A Stripper).

  • Journalist

  • American biochemist and educator (d.2013)

1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on January 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • Capucine was a French actress known for her roles in classic films such as 'The Pink Panther' and 'What's New Pussycat?'

  • French fashion model and actress best known for her comedic roles in The Pink Panther (1963) and What's New Pussycat? (1965). She appeared in 36 films and 17 television productions between 1948 and 1990.

  • American businessman

  • American businessman and lawyer

  • Belgium sport Champion

  • American surgeon general and physician, 11th Surgeon General of America (d. 2014).

  • Dutch astrologer. He was the founder of Oprichter van de Wekgroep, a Workgroup for Applied Astrology. Also Editor of "Spica," a Dutch magazine which served as a national forum for theory and opinions. He organized the Oldenzaal annual congresses with astrologers representing other parts of The Netherlands, starting in 1977. He was still vibrant and full of life despite having …

  • French criminal, convicted together with Raymond Mis of murdering gamekeeper, Louis Boistard, on 29 December 1946 in MA(c)ziA"res-en-Brenne.

  • France sport Champion

  • Mickey Hargitay

    American physical culturist Mr. Universe (1955), married Jayne Mansfield 1/1/1958. After having two children, they split on 4/30/1963. However, a third child was born in 1964 as they maintained a close relationship. Later, he was one of Mae West's entourages.

  • Gold Medalist at the Helsinki Olympics, July 1952. He was killed in a car accident on July 12, 1988, in Florence, Italy.

  • Cuban boxer (Born in 1926)

  • Cuban-American boxer (d.2003)

  • French parachutist and skydiver, photographer.

  • French politician. Maurice Ulrich, a close associate of Jacques Chirac was his chief of staff during his tenure as Prime Minister in 1986 to 1988. He was Senator of Paris from 18 April 1993 to 30 Sept 2004.

  • American engineer, automaker and General Motors executive. He was a boy wonder in Detroit and became the centre of a complicated take on cars, cash, and cocaine.

  • Italy sport Champion

  • American banjo player (Flatt & Scruggs), (d. 2012).

  • French teacher, literature professor 1950-1968. He was a passionate sportsman from the age of 17. He started a Bordeaux handball club. He was then the general secretary of the French Federation of Handball 1964-1982, before becoming an international referee for handball. Paillou was elected President of the French Federation of Handball 1964-1982, and of the National Olympic Committee 1982-1993.

  • USA: bluegrass musician (Flatt & Scruggs – "Ballad Of Jed Clampett", “Rocky Top")

  • Argentinian journalist, author (d. 1999).

  • Engineer and politician from New Zealand, 29th Prime Minister of New Zealand

  • Master chef in creole tradition

  • Russian runner (d. 2007)

  • American sportscaster and golfer (d. 1998).

  • France sport Champion

  • pollster ( Poll).

  • Russian-French biochemist, academic (d. 2013.)

  • British medium, world-famous author of "Voices In My Ear" as well as many other works.

  • Atchison Politician

  • Evangelist (Unification Church-Moonies)

  • English geneticist and biologist (d. 2004).

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on January 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • Ossining (New York) -- Pianist (Penthouse Party).

  • Dutch actor/playwright/director (Ciske The Rat).

  • American diplomat, lawyer, businessman, politician and diplomat who was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1967. Before becoming unsuccessfully running for governor of Texas in 1968, he was the ambassador to Pakistan from 1966 to 1967 and the deputy ambassador to South Vietnam from 1967 to 1968.

  • British writer, most famous for his 1957 book "The Way Of Zen". From 1944-1950, he attended theological seminary and was then a teacher in San Francisco. He was a passionate student of Taoism and Vedanta. He also studied Zen.

  • American scientist and author. He is the nation's leading authority on dolphin communication and the author of "Man and the Dolphin", 1961 and "The Mind of the Dolphin," 1967. He is an experimenter in drug and awareness techniques, and has dedicated his entire life to solving the mysteries of nonhuman communication. He was married twice and had three children.

  • Portuguese-born filmmaker, journalist and fashion editor who was naturalized as a Brazilian citizen. He was buried in SAPSo Paulo, on September 11, 2002.

  • American psychoanalyst (d.2001)

  • Loretta Young

    American actress who had her own television show in the 1950s. She began her film career at the age of four and she was joined by her sisters, who had successful film careers that led to the smooth transition to "talkies". In the early 1930s she signed with Fox and appeared in more than 90 films over her career. She …

  • French businessman and activist who co-founded Fnac. Fnac was originally FA(c]dA(c]ration nationale daEUR(tm]achats des cadres. He also founded AndrA (c) Essel. He was an antifacist activist, and believed in Trotskyism.

  • Polish Communist politician.

  • French fighter pilot, an aviator.

  • Champion springboard diver from France

  • French philosopher, law professor and lay theologian. Ellul was a Professor of History and Sociology of Institutions at the Faculty of Law and Economic Sciences of the University of Bordeaux for many years. He was a prolific writer who wrote more than 58 books and over a thousand articles in his lifetime. Many of these were about propaganda, technology's impact …

  • Netherlands sport Champion

  • Netherlands sport Champion

  • American singer/comedian/actor (Jazz Singer), dies of a heart attack at age 76 (born 1914).

  • Ellul writer.


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on January 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • Voice tutor / author

  • Moesman Dutch surrealist painter. (Rumor).

  • American UFOlogist. Avant-gard painter. Declared that he traveled to another planet in 1956.

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