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

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2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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

  • Fijian rugby player

  • YouTube Star

  • American accidental death. A freshman at Norwich University in Northfield, VT, MacDonald fell from his fourth-story dormitory window. MacDonald was an Army ROTC cadet. He had been attending a party to celebrate the win of Norwich University's lacrosse team. The students had apparently been drinking heavily despite the school ban on alcohol in dormitories. MacDonald was back in his dorm …


1979 - 1970

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

  • After competing in the 1996 and 2000 Olympics, she was a French swimmer who won a bronze medal at Athens Olympics for the 200m freestyle.

  • Miss Georgia Teen USA (1996)

  • Musician

  • Italian volunteer relief worker Simona Torretta was abducted in broad daylight from her Iraqi home on September 7, 2004. The hostages, along with the women, were freed on September 28th 2004. They were then flown to Italy and arrived at Rome's Ciampino Airport that evening at 11:15.

  • Staci Keanan

    American actress

  • Swedish ice hockey player

  • Taiwanese pianist and singer-songwriter

  • French writer, prolific novelist. His books have been sold more than 11 million times since 2001. His first book, "Skidamarink", was published in 2001. It attracted a large audience. After a serious accident, he wrote "Afterwards" in 2004. He was left to wonder about the meaning of death and how it can be prevented. The book was translated into many …

  • English-American actress

  • Australian softball pitcher (1996 Olympics, Bronze Medalist).


1969 - 1960

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

  • Canadian actor and ice hockey player

  • Japanese singer and actress with a Japanese voice

  • St. Catharines, Ontario -- Rower (1996 Olympics)

  • rocker (Brother Beyond - Can You Keep a Secret?).

  • Australian softball outfielder (1996 Olympics, Bronze Medalist).

  • American guitarist, who is also known for his work with Frank Zappa, David Lee Roth and many other artists. He was a top rhythm guitarist and he started recording his own music.

  • French Corsican politician who was assassinated in Monacia-d'AullA"ne on 17 August 2001. This village is Corse-du-Sud. He was a leader of the National Liberation Front of Korsica.

  • American singer and professional since she was a child. Amy Rodden and she started a duo, "Thelma & Louise", in Aspen, Colorado, in mid-1995. They were a fun duo, with Amy singing and Amy playing bass guitar. They were getting gigs all over the place by September and received a lot of praise. However, after one year Rodden lost interest …

  • Slovak race walker

  • Gary Graham

    Actor (Money on The Side)

1959 - 1950

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

  • British actress and alternative comedian, best known for her work on the improv TV series "Whosel is it Anyway?" which started in 1988. Before she was nationally recognized, her career started as a standup comedian at London's Comedy Story. She is a versatile and quick-witted comedian who appeared on the sitcoms "Not With a Bang" (March to May 1990) and …

  • Colin Quinn

    American comedian and actor, he is also a co-host of "Remote Control" on MTV.

  • Russian hurdler and sprinter (d. 1989).

  • wrestler (Olympics-Gold-1984), killed by US millionaire John Du Pont.

  • English actor

  • Birmingham, Michigan -- LPGA golfer (1989 Mazda Japan Classic)

  • British servant to the British royals. He was a personal footman for Queen Elizabeth II and later became a confidante to Diana, Princess of Wales. He was accused of stealing personal belongings to Princess Diana, but he was acquitted.

  • English cricketer coach and sportscaster

  • German chef and author

  • Swedish tennis player

  • Icelandic singer-songwriter/guitarist (UtangarAdegsmenn, EgA3)

  • NYC, New York -- Physician / Astronaut (STS 58 alt, sk: 90)

  • Manager and English footballer

  • The Swedish world champion tennis player is nicknamed "The Iceman" because of his dazzling style and deadly forehand. Despite the fact that he plays with a two-handed backhand, it's no surprise that he is a Swedish world champion. At 15 he made his debut in the Davis Cup Competition. He rose quickly to world-class status in just two years and …

  • Sandra Bernhard

    American comedian, tall, thin, aggressive, hip, and manic. Her nose and mouth have been likened to Streisand and Jagger. After five years of work as a stand-up comedian and manicurist, she became a popular star in the mid-'80s. She was from a wealthy Jewish family. She worked in nightclubs, television and film. Throughout the aEUR90s, she was a regular on …

  • TV Producer

  • Montana, USA; comedian (Church Lady Saturday Night Live).

  • Greek politician and lieutenant in the Greek Ministry of National Defence

  • (Rep-R-California)

  • American graphic artist for the EPA 1985-1988. He graduated from the University of Massachusetts in 1982 and taught English at the University of Heifi, China.

  • Belgian film director, born to a Polish Jewish family. Jean-Luc Godard's film "Pierrot Le Fou" inspired her to enroll in a Belgian film school. She directed her masterpiece, "Jeanne Dielman ..."" with Delphine Seyrig in 1975.

  • Andrew Napolitano

1949 - 1940

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

  • American bisexual entertainer, peace activist and lesbian peace advocate. Her social activism is a central part of her music, as she is the daughter of ranchers. Near began singing when she was eight years old, and continued her career as a professional singer for TV and film productions. Near began to explore musical entertainment and in 1972 she founded Redwood …

  • Filipino politician and journalist 14th Vice President of The Philippines

  • California, USA; actor (Freddy Kreuger, A Nightmare on Elm Street V).

  • Peruvian politician

  • American Republican State Representative and Minority Whip. A nationally recognized Republican woman.

  • American business executive who joined Marriott Hotels in 1975. He also worked with Bass Brothers in 1982 and then Disney Corp in 1983. He was the leader of a $4.5 billion fundraising group to purchase NWA Inc, parent company of Northwest Airlines, in June 1989.

  • Venezuelan mime artist. She began her dance training before she joined Tommy McLaughlin’s mime class. She joined the Los Angeles Mime Troupe. They are also well-known on TV and stage. She is an adorable, young lady who plays inept characters such as a rag doll. She was planning a wedding and performing at Hollywood's Magic Castle in the 1970s.

  • American bassist (King Crimson)

  • Robert Englund

    American actor. He was a small-screen character player in small roles since the mid-'70s. With his role as Freddy Krueger, a horror legend and star in 1984's "Nightmare on Elm Street" and its many sequels, he became a celebrity and a pop cult icon. He is married with no children and is very energetic. He made his directorial debut in …

  • British politician. He was elected Member of Parliament in the General Election on 6/11/1987. Tony Blair's cabinet has him as Secretary of State for Home Department 2004. He is blind since birth. However, he graduated with distinction from Sheffield University and then worked as an industrial tutor at Barnsley College of Technology. He also taught courses on industrial relations and …

  • American artis and sculpture

  • Dutch swimmer

  • American musician. He was a bass player and an early player of Chapman Stick. Levin is best-known for his work as a bassist with King Crimson, Peter Gabriel and Pink Floyd. He has also performed on many other albums, including those by John Lennon and Sarah McLachlan, Dire Straits and Pink Floyd. Levin, who began writing an online diary in …

  • Illinois, USA; comedienne (Laugh-in, Matt Lincoln).

  • Director (Once Around My Life as a Dog - ABBA)

  • American homicide: A serial killer of 13 prostitutes from upper New York. He was a strange child, quiet and very baby-talking up until he was six or five years old. He was a bed-wetter and played with imaginary playmates. He also tried to flee from his home a lot. When he was young, he was brutally and painfully raped at …

  • (Rep-D-Michigan, 1977- )

  • Hungarian-Norwegian porn actor (d. 2008)

  • David Dukes

    San Francisco, California -- Actor. (Beacon Hill. 79 Park Avenue. Winds of War).

  • American AIDS patient and top Sacramento interior designer. He became openly gay after a divorce and a marriage that had one child. He was very active and preferred black men. He also had anal sex a lot. He was diagnosed with AIDS in 1986-1987.

  • He was an Irish rugby union player who played for over 13 years, of which 11 as a captain. After a stellar career, he retired in 1975 and managed a rugby club. Heineken Rugby Personality of the Century in 2004 was awarded to him by Rugby World magazine.

  • Baron Bhattacharyya Indian English engineer and academic

  • British rugby player

1939 - 1930

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

  • She is an American family legend and the adopted daughter Ernest Thompson Seton's husband Julia Seton. She was married with two children.

  • Author and Japanese martial artist (d.2013)

  • The pretender to the Brazilian crown

  • Prince Luiz of Orléans-Braganza

  • Albert II of Belgium

  • II of Belgium

  • Belgian royalty, the son of Leopold III and Queen Astrid. He became king upon the death of his brother, King Baudouin, who died childless on 7/31/93 after a reign of 42 years. Though his son, Philippe, was rather expected to succeed Baudouin, the succession went to him due to his extensive experience in leading Belgian trade relations. He assumed the …

  • American politician and activist

  • Nobel Prize winner and Swiss physicist. Although he was half an hour younger than his twin sister, their exact birth dates are not known. Rohrer was raised in a rural part of St. Gallen, and moved to ZA 1/4 Rich with his parents in 1949. He received his diploma at ETH ZA 1/4 Rich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology), and …

  • KB Home was co-founded by an American businessman and philanthropist.

  • American homicide is noted in the biography "In Cold Blood," written by Truman Capote. He was a white male of average height and build with blond hair and blue eyes. His complexion was ruddy. He was a mechanic and car painter, earning extra money as a petty criminal.

  • [The Liberace of the Harp]

  • English-Australian cricketer coach, journalist (d. 2015).

1929 - 1920

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

  • American politician and attorney: A conservative republican who was elected Governor of California in 1983. He was re-elected in 1987. George Deukmejian was a dedicated public servant who served 16 years in California's State Legislature and four years as California’s Attorney General. He also served as Governor from 1983 through 1991.

  • American actor, director and writer. Civil Rights activist.

  • New York, USA; (Governor-California).

  • American pro pianist; mostly played in small clubs with a trio. He is best known for recording the "A Taste of Honey" classic. He was overweight, but he rarely drinks and does not use drugs.

  • Businessman

  • French nuclear physicist, engineer, and Chairman of the 'Monuments napolA (c)oniens d'Alsace' (Napoleonic Monuments of Alsace). He is also a member of 'ComitA (c) de la FA (c)ration des sociA (c)s d'histoire' (Federation Committee of Historical Societies).

  • Chinese novelist

  • French composer who was the first to create a dodecaphonic piece with his Variations for piano and 10 instruments in 1946. This piece was first performed at the International Festival of Dodecaphonic Music organized by RenA(c), Leibowitz, in 1947.

  • Lyon 6?me physician

  • French educator and physician. He was the chief of the Curie Institute's department of atomic radio pathology 1950-60. He also worked at the Atomic Energy Commission in radio-isotopes radiology and radiology. He was responsible for both of these functions for many years and also taught at the University of Paris. He also headed many ministries' committees.

  • American TV and radio personality, who was also a disc jockey and an announcer. He was popular and was named "Mr. D.J." 1956. Hunter, a Stanford graduate with degrees from psychology and criminology who began his career as a broadcaster while he was serving in the Air Force, is now a Stanford graduate. He was the "Night Owl" for many …

  • Germany Actor

  • Mulhouse Journalist

  • Dominican actress, who was a leading lady in Hollywood seen mostly in hokum adventures. She made her debut in 1941 with "The Invisible Woman" but went on to star in other films, including "Cobra Woman" and the "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves," both 1944.

1919 - 1910

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

  • American entrepreneur, former pilot, billionaire owner and part-owner of MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada. Forbes Magazine ranked him as America's 31st richest man despite not having completed high school.

  • British sadist and murderer. He is best known for his brutal killings of two women. He was a charming, handsome man who for a time cut a figure worthy of a Hollywood star.

  • Irene von Meyendorff

    Actress from Estonia (born 2001)

  • Nigerien politician and academic 1st President, Niger (d. 1989).

  • Porto Rican singer, composer of boleros and overall performer of many Caribbean music genres including guaracha plena, rumba, and plena. He adopted many names over the course of his career, including "El Jefe Anacobero" and "El Inquieto Anacobero".

  • Morristown sports Champions

  • At 89, Kate Smith Evening Hour, an orchestra leader, dies.

  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Composer.

  • American Astrologer, since 1946. She was the past president of AFA. She is also the director of Cellar School. She was the founder and manager of Books in Seattle, WA and the author of Basic Elements of Astrology, 1970. She was also honored to be listed in "Who's Who of American Women".

  • American mountaineer (d. 1995)

  • He was an American economist and government employee. He served in four administrations as Comptroller General, from 1966 to his retirement in 1981. His contributions to the expansion of the GAO's role (now the Government Accountability Office) are credited. This office monitors the finances of almost every branch of government. He is also credited for changing the primary role of …


1909 - 1900

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

  • Latvian-English philosopher and historian (d. 1997).

  • New York Yankee Hall-of Fame catcher (1928-43) and manager (1946).

  • Canadian-American pro astrologer throughout his entire life. He was the author of articles in numerous publications and the holder many editorial positions. As a Professional member and member in good standing of the Research Section, he lectured at AFA conventions and gave workshops. He is the author of "The Sun and Moon Polarity in Your Horoscope", "Astrology Then andNow" and …

  • German-born mathematician (d. 1993)

  • Russia -- Russia Orchestra leader (Paul Winchell show)

  • President of Indonesia (Born 1901)

  • In 1933, a Dutch official exiled an Indonesian politician from Java. He returned to Indonesia in 1942 and joined the Japanese occupation forces at power. He declared Indonesia an independent nation three years later, fighting his Dutch nemesis. After a four-year war, the Netherlands gave Indonesian sovereignty to Sukarno on 12/27/1949.

  • Marssille physician

  • English hymnwriter and author (d. 1953).

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