List of celebrities and famous people who were born on July 6th
Famous birthdays on July 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102013
A train derailment was followed by an explosion. 38 passengers died.
Famous birthdays on July 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002009
American child born to prominent parents. Her mother is a former beauty queen, and her father is a politician. Heather French Henry, Miss America 2000, and her husband, Kentucky's Lieutenant Governor, are the parents of Heather French Henry. Governor Steve Henry.
Famous birthdays on July 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
According to her doctor, the death of an American baby at 18 hours held occurred on the same day as her birth. It was due to "the probable combined effect of adverse environmental conditions" and methamphetamine. Little Dawn was born prematurely at home, with no signs of birth injury or physical injury.
Swedish ice hockey player
Canadian ice hockey player
Australian Rugby League player
Famous birthdays on July 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Soap Opera Actress
English singer-songwriter guitarist, and actress
American actress and singer-songwriter
American football player
American rapper, better known as Heems. Suri, best known as part of alternative hip-hop group Das Racist is also the founder and CEO of Greedhead Music. Suri's first solo mixtape, Nehru Jackets was released in 2012 on his Greedhead imprint. It was also released in collaboration with SEVA NY (a Queens-based community-based organization), of which Suri is a member. Suri …
British rock singer
Chinese figure skater
Canadian-born American actor.
American football player
American football player.
Spanish basketball player
American rapper (Slaughterhouse)
Filipino actor, politician
Scottish Footballer and Doctor
Famous birthdays on July 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
The son and second child of Princess Christina and Jorge Guillermo, Dutch royalty.
Twin actress (Sisters)
New Zealand rugby player
American producer and director of actor
Houston, Texas -- Gymnast (1996 Olympics)
American twins on ABC's "Sister, Sister." Their parents were stationed in Germany when they were born. They moved to Texas, Fort Hood, and then to Honolulu when the twins turned 2. They returned to Texas in 1986.
South African cricketer
Belarusian tennis player
Littleton, Colorado -- Miss America - Colorado (1997)
Australian field hockey forward (1996 Olympics).
Iranian activist and journalist
Soap Opera Actor
Timmins, Ontario -- NHL center (New Jersey Devils)
Brazilian actress and presenter
Linebacker for WLAF (London Monarchs).
Canadian singer, interpreter.
French writer. GaudA(c), a theatre student, wrote numerous dramatic works. Combat de possA[c]dA[c]s, his first theatrical play, was performed at the Royal National Theatre of London in 1999.
He was a Swiss sailor and skipper who is also the brother of Laurent Bourgnon. In 1997, he won "Transat en double Jacques-Vabre".
Santa Cruz, California -- Pursuit bicycle (1996 Olympics).
Palmerston North, New Zealand -- Kayaker (1996 Olympics).
Illinois, USA; actress (Julie Sanderson-The Young and the Restless).
NBA center / forward (LA Clippers).
English singer-songwriter and guitarist (Delirious?)
American actor and producer of rappers (Wu-Tang Clan).
French jazz singer, cornettist, and saxhorn player.
Famous birthdays on July 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
WNBA guard (NY Liberty).
vocalist (Musical Youth).
French pro skier, who won a Silver Medal at the Albertville Olympics in 1992 for his participation in the Nordic events.
NFL wide receiver (Tampa Bay Bucs)
Thai-Italian painter, sculptor
Bermudian guitarist and singer-songwriter
Strong safety in the NFL (Philadelphia Eagles).
American athlete, wide receiver Dallas Cowboys
Mayaguez (Puerto Rico) -- Pitcher (Detroit Tigers).
Italian singer-songwriter and musician. He is known for his high-pitched voice. He is also a member the trio Fabi Silvestri gazzA" along with NiccolA2 Fabi, Daniele Silvestri.
New York, USA. Actor (Alex - One Day at a Time Fantasy).
Italian actress and singer, who has recorded several albums and sold nearly 7 million copies.
Northport, Alabama -- 4X400m relayer (1984 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
Romanian high jumper
Soccer player (Lommel / FC Utrecht)
American baseball player
American baseball player
American screenwriter and director
English runner and coach (d.2013)
American reality TV personality and model
Virginia, United States -- 100m Hitch (1984 Olympics – Gold Medalist).
Actress (It takes two)
Indian lawyer and politician
Greenwood, Mississippi -- 200m / 400m runner (1984 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Czechoslovakia -- Speed walker (10K world record)
The 63rd Yokozuna, a Japanese sumo wrestler
Polish politician and businesswoman
Ottawa, Ontario -- Yachter (1992, 96 Olympics - 14th Place)
French homicide; his cousin was killed for 87 Francs 9/26/1987.
Famous birthdays on July 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
French basketball player
French professional dancer.
London, England -- Rock drummer (Spandau Ballet True)
French hostage and sound engineer at Radio France, he was shot to death in Mali.
English actress, comedian and screenwriter
French shipwreck survivor of Sicilian descent, who wrote the book Elle dort dans la mer (English: She Sleeps In the Sea), about how her husband Bernard and Gaella abandoned their boat in the Bay of Biscay during a storm. She was rescued after being stranded on a raft for fifteen days by her husband and their child, who died in …
Murwillumbah (NSW) - Australasia golfer
American family, only child of Betty Ford and Gerald Ford. She was 16 years old when her father became the U.S. president. In May 1975, she graduated from Bethesda University and started to study journalism at University of Kansas. She left school in 1977 to pursue photography.
Detroit Red Wings).
Salinas, California -- US Olympic Weightlifter (1988 Olympics, 4th Place).
French business executive who is the chairman and CEO at L'OrA(c), since 17 March 2011.
A Spanish bus driver was driving a bus full of people when it was submerged in a flood in Murcia. His body was never found.
Madison, Wisconsin -- Singer (Desert Rose Band-Love Reunited)
NFL kicker (NE Patriots and New York Giants).
American radio personality
American manager and player
Actor (Trevor Dillon Loving, All My Children).
New York, USA: actress (Agnes Dipesto-Moonlighting).
Former journalist and politician from France
US singer/songwriter (Poet In My Window).
Manager and footballer from Zambia (d. 2014).
American singer and actor
English critic and author
REO Speedwagon Musician
Famous birthdays on July 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
R&B/Jazz singer (Prime of My Life), suicides around 45
French musician, a flautist in the group Les Witches.
American professional astrologer who has been involved in astrological research, writing lecturing, teaching, and counseling since 1975. Arielle is the author of one book and co-author of two books; "Astro-Compatibility," The Astro*Carto*Graphy Book of Maps" with Jim Lewis, and "Mythic Astrology" with Kenneth Johnson. She has a busy practice of counseling and is passionate about relocation astrology from her Santa …
French actress, who has starred in films such as "Day for Night," The Man Who Loved Women", and "The Return of Martin Guerre."
Toronto, Ontario -- NHL defenseman (NY Rangers, Boston Bruins)
French politician, who was a Member for the AZle-de-France of the European Parliament from 2009 to 2009. He is a member the Union for a Popular Movement, a part of the European People's Party, and vice-chair of European Parliament's Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs. He was also a substitute member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, and …
Canadian politician and academic 26th Canadian Minister for Veterans Affairs
American media executive
Nottingham, England -- Actor. (Porridge and Doing Time).
American baseball player (d.2008)
American actor who achieved overnight success by writing and starring as Rocky in 1976, an Oscar-winning picture. Stallone's breakthrough film "Rocky" was an instant success. But things soon got better. In the mid-80s, Stallone was making $12million per movie. This was more than Hoffman and Beatty's combined totals. Stallone loves to buy art with his money and has a large …
43rd President of The United States
American actor and football player
Australian academic and philosopher
American politician, U.S. president for two terms, Texas oil millionaire, and baseball owner. He comes from a distinguished family, the Republican-born son of U.S. president George W. Bush. He was elected the governor of Texas in 1998, making it the largest state in the United States. He was elected to the US Presidency in 2001 after a heated debate that …
California, USA; NFL player (New York Giants, Los Angeles Rams) / actor (Hunter).
New York, USA. Actor / Director (Rocky Rambo, Cobra).
American artist, grandson of N.C. Wyeth, and the son and daughter of Andrew Wyeth (and his wife Betsy). Jamie was influenced by two other artists, and his vision is part of a traditional continuum. He also has a keen interest in light, which he uses to infuse his paintings with emotion and presence.
Brazilian singer and violinist, composer.
Belgian comedian and actor.
Illustration by an English fantasy artist
American basketball player, who played for three seasons starting in 1967.
Rocker (Dr Hook & Medicine Show - In the Right Place).
California, USA; actor (Robin-Batman).
German FR, 800m / 1500m runner (1972 Olympics - Silver Medalist)
American actress, who started acting in 1968. She was a part of an ABC soap in 1969, and an ABC series in 1971. She was the lead actress in "Shaft" in 1971.
Long jumper from France, who set a personal best of 7.83m (1964).
Author and academic of British linguist
German football manager and player
Kazakh politician, 1st President of Republic of Kazakhstan
American boxer. He was a former champion of the world super lightweight (light-welterweight) title. Fujii retired from the sport in 1970.
American country music singer
USSR -- Ice hockey player (1964-68, 72 Olympics – Gold Medalist).
Famous birthdays on July 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
French politician, businessman and sports leader. From 24 May 2011 to April 2013, he was president of AJ Auxerre.
English bass player (The Shadows The Jeff Beck Group, and The Vipers Skiffle Group). (d. 2011).
England, United Kingdom -- Pentathlete (1972 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
London, England -- Rock bassist (Drifters).
United States -- Equestrian 3-day Even (1964 Olympics-33rd Place).
American corporate executive who works in the San Francisco Bay Area for Aerospace. Carole started her IBM career as a PBX operator back in 1962. In 1964, she was promoted to secretary and in 1969 to administrative analyst.
Zaire -- Composer / guitarist / leader (Masumbuku)
American actor who appeared in more than 70 plays in theatre for seven years before his debut New York performance in "The Great White Hope." After his Hollywood debut in "Deliverance," he was a trusted actor for great performances. His films include "Superman II" and "Superman III."
Gorki, Russia -- Pianist/conductor (Tchakowsky-1961).
Norwegian politician from the Conservative Party. She was a member the Norwegian parliament 1977-1989. In 1959, she was the first continuity announcer at NRK (the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation). Jakob Skarstein, a radio personality, is her husband.
American producer and singer-songwriter
Kentucky, USA; actor
Actor and screenwriter from Ireland, comedian (d. 2005).
American exotic dancer. When she was nine years old, her mom died. Her dad then married a woman with four children to complete his five. She was sexually abused by her neighbor as a child and the babysitter. She grew up in a small Texas town to become a bad girl. Before she was 16, she ran away and became …
American business executive. He was the President of CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System) and was invited to join the Trilateral Commission, which was established in 1973. In 1976, he left CBS and founded his own investment firm. He was elected President of Muhlenberg College in 1992, but was then asked to resign ten years later. His abrasive behaviour was cited by …
14th Dalai Lama
In exile, the Tibetan spiritual supreme ruler is his country. Six million Tibetans believe he is the reborn Buddha of Compassion, Protector of Land of Snows and the Holder of White Lotus, Tibet's Mighty of Speech, Kundun-the Presence, and Tibet's Wishful Fulfilling Gem.
French business leader and chairman of the Accor Supervisory Board.
A French rugby player and hero, nicknamed "aEURaEUR" (tm), The Mongol.aEUR()) He was chosen 62 times to play as the wing forward or number 8 in international events between 1957-66. He holds the record for the most selections in the French team. He was captain since 1961.
French bebop pianist.
France sport Champion
The French cyclist who came closest to winning the Tour de France was Federico Bahamontes, who finished second in 1959. He wore the yellow jersey two days in 1960.
Belgian comedian, actor and stage director
American writer, who is known for her passion for animals and wildlife. Virginia donated the proceeds of her book, "Under A Winter's Moon", to the Fund for Animals, Inc. She was ten years old when she started an animal orphanage to care for pets and feral animals. At 12, she won the SPCA award for best essay on animals.
She is a Scottish actress who has appeared in numerous television shows, including Dixon of Dock Green, Rumpole of the Bailey, and the 1972 adaptation of Lord Peter Wimsey's The Unpleasantness At the Bellona Club. She was seen in Peter's Friends (1992), Much Ado About Nothing (93), and The Winter Guest (1997) where she played Elspeth with Emma's Frances.
American military man who served 30 years in Air Force. He is a 1955 West Point grad and was one of the key figures in the Iran-contra scandal. After graduating from West Point, Secord joined Air Force and quickly rose in the ranks to become a brigadier general at age 43.
Michigan, USA; singer/actress (Della Reese Show, Royal Family).
Italian soccer player and coach. He passed away on the 22nd of July 2002.
Academic and Dutch architect
American actress, singer, and entertainer. Her most notable role is that of a sweet-voiced angel in "Touched By An Angel," a TV series that is heartfelt and inspiring. Although it was criticized by critics upon its debut in 1994, the show went on to be a Nielsen Top 20 hit with very few changes.
Italian singer and actress, who appeared in many French and Italian films in the 1950s and 60s, including in Claude Autant-Lara’s film The Red and the Black, in 1954. She was opposite GA(c)rard Philipe.
Hungarian coach and runner
Bradford Yorkshire, England -- Actor.
French-Canadian politician and businessman
France sport Champion
British psychotherapist, founder of biosynthesis, a form of body psychotherapy and author of many books including poetry.
Singer / bandleader
Belgian author, novelist, love marie mancini; writes about garden parties.
English racing driver (d. 2012)
Indian Carnatic poet, composer and musician.
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
German poet and author.
Belgian writer (Signs & Wonders)
Indian Carnatic vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, playback singer, composer and actor. For his contributions to Indian Art, he was given the Padma Vibhushan (India's second highest civilian honour). In 2005, he was made Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (French Government).
Famous birthdays on July 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Permanent secretary to the AcadA (c)mie FranASSaise, and a historian specialized Russian history. Born to a Russian father and mother,
French director, actor, screenwriter, and producer. He was an actor in Gli Sbandati, a 1955 film, and many other movies including those he directed (Solo. L'Ombre d'une chance. Un Linceul n'a pas des poches ). Le MiraculA(c), his 1987 film, was entered in the 37th Berlin International Film Festival.
American actress and author, Leigh is best known for her scene in the shower in Psycho in 1960. Leigh gave a remarkable performance and stunned audiences with her most frightening stabbing scene in film history. In 1947, Leigh began her film career playing the sweet ingA(c]nue role opposite Van Johnson and Kirk Douglas. Her marriage to Tony Curtis attracted as …
Italian musician, music critic, and orchestral conductor. He made his debut in 1960 at Teatro Comunale, Bologna. He directed operas, concerts, and recordings throughout Italy and abroad. He is a dedicated advocate for the preservation of 17th- and 18th-century Emiliana and Bolognese music, and teaches choral music in the Conservatory of Bologna. Since 1962, he has published many musical compositions.
California, USA; actress (Psycho Harper).
Dutch chess master
Massachusetts, USA; actress ("Carnival Rock").
Dutch chess player (d.88)
Bolivian singer-songwriter (d. 2004)
At 69, comedian (Smothers Brothers Show) dies
Australian-born British DJ and radio personality (d.2006).
Dutch journalist and chess player (d. 1988).
American socialite, hotel heir and businessman. He is also the director of TWA. Conrad Nicholson Hilton was his father and Mary Adelaide (Barron was his mother). Hilton was raised with three brothers: William Barron Hilton and Eric Michael Hilton. He was Nicky Hilton's great-uncle, and Paris Hilton was his great-uncle.
Estonian academic and historian (d. 2007).
Elizabeth Taylor's 1st husband
American entertainer and TV host. He is a singer, pianist, and has credits in radio and nightclubs. He was also a horse breeder. His talk show, his eponymous one, ran from 1962 to 1985. He then transformed himself into a multi-millionaire and powerful performer.
Haley, an American musician and the Comets rock band. Haley is known for being the first American to bring rock 'n roll music to America.
Turkish academic and neurosurgeon
California, USA; Television talk show host (MervGriffin Show).
Member of the Dutch 2nd Chamber (Liberal).
French psychoanalyst and neuropsychiatrist. He was the founder of the Department of Psychoanalysis at the University of Paris in 1968. In 1963, he became the President of La SociA (c)tA (c) FranASSaise de Psy.
American drummer composer and leader (d. 2009).
NYC, New York -- Test pilot (X-15).
White; pilot (X-15).
Retired Polish soldier and communist politician. He was the last communist leader in Poland between 1981 and 1989, the Prime Minister from 1981-1985, and the head of the state of the country from 1985 to 1990. He was also the last commander in chief of the Polish People's Army. After 1989's Polish Round Table Agreement, which led to democratic elections …
American actress (Born in 1923)
USA; wife of Ronald Reagan, first lady (1981-1989).
French call-girl madame manager of prostitutes.
Burgin, Kentucky -- Singer/actress (Promises Promises).
French politician, civil servant, minister. He was married once and had seven children.
Los Angeles, California -- Actor. (Patty Duke Show. Get Smart).
American First Lady, wife of President Ronald Reagan. Author of "My Turn, The Memoirs of Nancy Regan" 1980 and "First Lady". Infancy was named "Nancy", after actress Edith Luckett, and Kenneth Robbins, a car dealer owner. Shortly after Nancy was born, Dad died. Mom struggled for two years on her own, and then she left to pursue her acting career. …
Canadian politician and economist, Deputy Prime Minister of Canada
Norwegian diplomat. He was the son and screenwriter Tancred Ibsen, a film director, and of actress Lillebil Ibsen, a dancer and actress. He was the great-grandson both of Nobel Prize laureate BjA.rnstjerne BjA.rnson and playwright Henrik Ibsen.
French alpine skier and world champion. In 1938, he became the world downhill champion. On November 13, 1997, he died.
Famous birthdays on July 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Minneapolis Military man
Swiss educator and tenor (d. 2007).
Piano/Professor at Eastman School of Music
Actor and singer from English-Canadian (d. 1977).
Dutch poet, journalist and translator of poetry/dramas.
Palo Alto EXecutives
Dutch poet / journalist (Crossing).
North Augusta EXecutives
New Zealand track and field coach (Born 1917).
American poet and author (d.2009)
Belgian pianist / composer (Vague et Sillon)
Minneapolis, Minnesota -- Singer (Andrews Sisters)
General French Military, Air Force Commander in World War II.
American wrestling promoter
WWE was founded by a senior American wrestle promoter (d. 1984).
American non-fiction author for more than 40 years. Her works include "Rome and a Villa" and the "Oysters of Lochmariaquer". She has written book reviews, short stories, and a memoir. All of her work is rich in literary echoes that reflect a lifelong love for words.
Italy sport Champion
Dutch Astrologer, he was extremely well-known in his time and is the author of six volumes on different aspects of astrology.
Austrian mountaineer and geographer (d. 2006).
Rudolf Bultmann, a Zurich University student, was a German Lutheran theologian. He was an active participant in the "New Quest for the Historical Jesus" movement. He died in ZA 1/4 on September 30, 2001.
American spiritualist reverend and minister who was said to be clairvoyant, clearaudient, and able occasionally to levitate. He was born black and became interested in voodoo and ceremonial magic as a young man. Later, he became a minister in The Universal Christ Church. Mamie, his wife, was also a spiritualist minister.
American contralto singer and the oldest of three siblings, The Andrews Sisters. A close harmony singing group from the swing and boogie–woogie eras. The sisters sold over 75 million records during their long careers. The 1941 hit "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy", can be considered an early example in rhythm and blues, or jump blues.
British racehorse owner, trainer, and rider; owner-trainer for Freddie, the champion hunter chaser who became the first Scottish-trained Grand National winner.
French cyclist (d. 1946)
Le Faulq physician
Italy sport Champion
Famous birthdays on July 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
St Quentin/Is?re physician
French swimmer champion who participated in the 1928 Summer Olympics. Taris was awarded a silver medal at the Los Angeles Olympic Games in 1932. Jean Vigo made a 1931 documentary film about Taris called 'Taris de l'eau (ou La Natation Par Jean Taris).' Taris was Jean Taris' Swimming Champion. He died 10 January 1977.
Sri Lankan general and diplomat (d. 2001)
Paris 10éme Writer
Flemish singer / conductor
French gangster, a robbery of Treasurys and a trafficker in American cigarettes.
Mexican artist about whom all was high drama. The 5'3" and 98 lb woman was in pain her entire life. The woman struggled with despair and drugs, was married to a muralist husband, and had many affairs, including one with Leon Trotsky. Her paintings were filled with an explosive and radiant fury and addressed contemporary feminist issues such as the …
Mexican painter/Wife Diego Rivera
Canadian soldier historian and author created the flag of Canada (d.2002)
She was a French critic, screenwriter, and novelist. Jacqueline Audry, her sister, is the director. Colette died in 1990.
Dutch Mayor's wife Oosterbeek, from a village near the Rhine near Arnhem. One of the most significant Allied forces attacks on the Germans took place while her husband was away. Many Allied troops were also injured when they bombed the wrong bridge, known as the "bridge too far". She tended to the wounded soldiers in the home, which was left …
Newcastle-on-Tyne, England -- Conductor (Sospiro do Roma)
Swedish-born 9th General, Salvation Army (Born in 1904)
biochemist, studied enzymes (Nobel Prize 1955).
Swedish biochemist, academic Nobel Prize laureate (d.82)
French jazz double-bassist and accordionist, singer-songwriter, poet, and artist.
France sport Champion
Norwegian film-maker and advertising man. He was active in politics both before and during WWII, mainly through propaganda. He joined the Fascist party Nasjonal Samling as a young man. Fyrst served as an officer in the Schutzstaffel during WWII. Fyrst was convicted of the legal purge in Norway following World War II.
American playwright and supercentenarian
American screenwriter and author (d. 2012).