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

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2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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

  • Alexander alias Manuel Perez Gutierrez, a Peruvian hitman, known at the time as "the youngest hitman Peru". Accused of killing more than 10 people. Guided by his uncle Roberto Carlos Gutierrez Guzman, alias "El Soli", he began in the underworld. At age 12 he joined "The Damned of Rio Seco," an organization of extortionists and kidnappers who spread terror in …


1989 - 1980

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


1979 - 1970

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

  • French Alpine skier, who won the gold medal in the Olympic downhill race at the 2006 Olympic Games, Turin, Italy. He was followed by Austrian Michael Walchhofer, and Swiss Bruno Kernen. He was also a participant in the men's Super-G where he finished 11th.

  • American professional wrestler


1969 - 1960

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

  • Connie Britton

    American singer, actress and producer. Britton's performance as Tami Taylor, a drama series on NBC/DirecTV (2006aEUR"2011) received positive reviews. She was nominated twice for the Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress In a Drama Series for this role. She starred in American Horror Story's first season as Vivien Harms, and was nominated by the Emmy Award in Outstanding Lead Actress …

  • One reviewer described him as a ballet dancer from Argentian. At age four, he began to dance under the guidance of his mother. He continued dancing throughout his teens and, at the age of 18, won a Gold Medal at the International Ballet competition in Moscow. He joined the American Ballet Company in 1986, where he performed for 20 years. …

  • Glenn Greenwald
  • Shuler Hensley

    American singer and actor

  • English politician

  • Long Beach, California -- Volleyball captain / mid-blocker (1992, 1996 Olympics - Bronze Medalist).

  • Puerto Rican actor and comedian (d. 2014).

  • Retired Austrian soccer goalkeeper. Konsel began his professional career at First Vienna before moving to Rapid Wien in 1985. Konsel then played a major role in the Rapid team's success in the 1980s. They won the League crown twice, and lost the UEFA Cup Winners Cup final against Everton in 1985. Rapid he stayed for 12 years, and he captained …

  • in Gibraltar; LPGA golfer (1995 LPGA Corning Classic).

  • Swiss Alpine Ski Racer

  • New Zealand actor and director. His professional acting debut was with Michael Hurst in Theatre Corporate’s 1985 production of Torch Song Trilogy. He was also a part of several New Zealand television drama series and films. He was the first director of Auckland Theatre Company from February 1992 to February 2003. He was the director of the Auckland Festival AK03 …


1959 - 1950

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

  • Tom Arnold

    American comedian and actor, an actor in constant motion. He paces, his knees jiggle and fingers wiggle. Jupiter is the Latin word for "excess" and Jupiter is well-known about his drug history. He is a speedster. Arnold comes from a blue-collar background with seven children. He dropped out of college to make his fortune. He was working as a meat …

  • American illustrator and author

  • American talk-show host. Very conservative. His career began in Portland, OR, where he was a radio host. In late 2004, his show moved to the national level and began streaming over the Internet.

  • Politician

  • French homicide: She stabbed her husband to the death 12/27/1985 in Dinan, France.

  • Martillo (Hammer) was an ex-Argentine boxer. RoldA!n was a well-known Latin American boxer in the 1980s. Many articles on him appeared in Ring En EspaA+.ol magazine.

  • Australian TV and Radio Presenter, Lawyer, Comedian, Producer, Author, Screenwriter.

  • French victim of murder; she was killed in her sleep at 9.10 pm on the night that January 08/1993. Her skull was crushed by a rolling-pin. Annedy had married Jean-Claude Romand, on 9/19/1980.

  • American businessman, who was also a former champion basketball player. Graham was the son of a builder and a mother who cared for handicapped children. He grew up tall at 6' 5" and charmed as a child. While at University, he played basketball and was a pro-ball player in Europe. After completing a masters degree in education, he was made …

  • Dutch cyclist (Born 1951)

  • Dutch bicycle racer and road worker.

  • English archbishop

  • American homicide victim. She was repeatedly stabbed to death at her Oakbrook, IL home. The house had been set on fire in Oakbrook, IL, early 10/03/1993. Bill, her ex-husband, was suspected of drug abuse and bitter divorce. However, he was never charged.

  • Japanese voice actor (d. 2006)

1949 - 1940

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

  • French geophysicist. He is prominent among those who criticize the idea that impact events are the primary cause of mass extinction. Courtillot is most well-known for his book "La Vie en catastrophes", published in Paris, Fayard 1995, and translated into English as "Evolutionary catastrophes", (1999).

  • John Stossel

    American journalist, Stossle was the pioneer of consumer reporting on TV. He won more than 19 Emmys. Stossle was the "20/20" consumer reporter for ABC's newsmagazine program. Stossel covered corporate corruption and worker safety in the 1980s. Stossel did a 180-degree turn in the 1990s and took workers to task for fraud in worker compensation, large government regulations, bureaucratic inefficiencies, …

  • American high jumper, who won the 1968 olympic gold medal in track and field. As President of the World Olympians association, he continues to be active in athletics.

  • Martin Kove

    American actor

  • American actor, director and producer.

  • British musician (Pink Floyd)

  • American professional astrologer, and staff member at "The Ascendant," magazine. He founded "Spiritual Therapy Astrology", which is certified by Professional Astrologers Inc. In Mill Valley, CA, he integrates psychology, spirituality, and astrology into his consulting practice.

  • New York, USA: actor (Victor-Cagney and Lacey).

  • Australian opera soprano, well-known for her repertoire that includes opera, "West Side Story", and folk songs.

  • American singer, The Primettes and Supremes together with Diana Ross. Mary Wilson was born in Detroit's low-income housing community. She was introduced to Diana Ross and Florence Ballard who call themselves the Primettes. They played at local gigs for $15 per week. She signed with Motown Records at age 17. Barry Gordy was the one who created their sound and …

  • English academic and economist

  • New Zealand actress and soprano

  • American journalist, writer, teacher, and writing consultant, living in La Mesa (California). He was a columnist and feature writer for the San Diego Union. He received two Pulitzer Prize nominations as well as the Associated Press News ExecutivesaEUR (tm) "Mark Twain Award." Grant published "Warbirds, How They Played the Games" in 2003. This book was a detailed account of the …

  • Ben Murphy

    American actor

  • Italian manager at Saman, a rehabilitation community for drug addicts. Unknown assailants killed him in Valderice on 9/26/1988. The case is still unsolved.

  • Brazilian singer (Return to Forever).

  • France sport Champion

  • Welsh academic and anthropologist

  • Arkansas, USA; actor

  • British Member of Parliament.

  • American actress, homicide victim, stage, television, and film actress. She was a rising starlet who made her acting debut on the stage in 1954. She starred with Jerry Lewis in "The Ladies Man", (1961). Her nude body, which she had strangled to death on 28/11/63, was found three days later on the couch in her West Hollywood home.

  • French literary critic, philosopher and translator who died in Paris on 27 January 2007.

  • Canadian artist and one of the most prominent contemporary realist painters in the world. His landscapes and portraits, sometimes resembling photographs, caught the attention of the public. His most well-known painting was "At the Crease", which he completed in 1972. It depicts a mask-wearing hockey goalie, slightly crouching in front of his net. It was released in the same year …

  • American baseball player and coach (d.2001)

  • Nice, France -- Actress (Cross Creek Delta County USA).

1939 - 1930

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

  • American politician and lawyer. From 1973-1977 to 1981-1985, he was Missouri Governor. He also served as a U.S. Senator from 1986 to 2010. From 1986 to 2010, he was Senator for Missouri. One child from a marriage.

  • Texas, USA; rock vocalist (Crickets).

  • American politician and former Republican Governor of Missouri. In 1986, he ran for the U.S. Senate.

  • Duchess of Soria

  • American lawyer who was Deputy Counsel to President Nixon between 1969 and 1970. From 1970-1973, he was also the Deputy Assistant for domestic matters and the executive director of Cabinet Commission for Education. He was William Coleman's assistant as of 12/06/1972.

  • Scientist

  • Japanese politician, 17th Minister of Justice in Japan

  • American politician, 2nd Mayor of District of Columbia (d.2014)

  • American producer and singer (Mickey & Sylvia), (d.2011).

  • American producer and singer (Mickey & Sylvia), (d.2011).

  • American politician, 2nd Mayor of District of Columbia (d.2014)

  • Norwegian philologist. He was a professor at Trondheim University from 1971 to 1975 and Oslo University from 1975 to 2006. From 1971 to 1992, he was a consultant in language for the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation. He is the author of several books about language-related issues.

  • French politician who was a private advisor to President Pompidou, Jacques Chirac, his first time as Prime Minister, FranASSois Mitterrand. She was the most powerful woman in France during the 1970s. She ran for the French presidency in 1981. From 1999 to 2004, she was elected on the Philippe de Villiers and Charles Pasqua lists.

  • Psychologist

  • English actor and television host

  • Canadian academic and journalist

  • American writer, teacher and lecturer in "Personology," an American discipline that studies a person's personality as it is interpreted by their physiological traits. Gordon Stokes was his partner and he created the "One Brain" system. It was designed to help dyslexia and other learning disabilities. The Three-In-One Concepts grew into a global organization that addresses emotional and physical barriers to …

  • France Writer

  • American baseball player (Born 1933).

  • The Dutch Social Democratic Mayor of Enschede (1977-1994)

  • Folk musician/composer

  • A Dutch fashion designer and leader who retired in 1996. He is still a prominent gay advocate and appears on talk shows. On January 14, 1997, he died from AIDS in Amsterdam at the age of 64.

  • Polish politician and social historian.

  • Haitian politician and lawyer 49th President of Haiti (d.2010)

  • Polish politician and historian Minister of Foreign Affairs for Poland (d.2008)

  • Jean Boht

    English actress

  • American dancer. She made her debut in 1947 and was proficient at all styles of dance, from modern to ballet. She was a nightclub entertainer, as well as a TV and film choreographer. Her most notable works were Glen Tetley's ballets and her husband's interpretations of West Indian dances. They had one son after she married him on June 26, …

  • American actor and director of stuntman films (d. 2013).

  • San Francisco artists

  • California, USA; actor.

  • Scottish racing driver (d. 2008)

  • French-American violinist, conductor of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and the Vienna State Opera. He has many honors. His many awards include the Commander's Cross of Merit of Germany, the Legion of Honor of France, the Commander of The Lion of Finland, the Commander of France and the Ambassador of Good Will. He was also named honorary life member of Israel …

  • Allison Hayes

    Actress (Attack on 50 Foot Woman), dead at 47

  • Italy sport Champion

1929 - 1920

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

  • Gabriel García Márquez

    Columbian short story writer and novelist who won the Nobel Prize for Literature 1982. He is most well-known for his 1967 book "Bien Anos De Soledad," which was translated into English in 1970. Another name is "Autumn of the Patriarch", 1976, a novel of dictatorship.

  • American astronaut. He was a former Major in USAF and manned Spacecraft Faith for 22 orbits on 5/15/1963. This flight took 34 hours 20 minutes and marked the end of Project Mercury. Cooper flew the sixth manned space mission with Charles Conrad, which lasted eight days.

  • American producer and screenwriter (d. 2005).

  • New Jersey, USA. CEO (Fairchild publishing).

  • American comedian and game show host (d. 2009).

  • American guitarist and songwriter (Montgomery Brothers), (d. 1968).

  • Michigan, USA. TV host (The Tonight Show, Star Search).

  • Hoffenberg; college president (Wolfson, Oxford).

  • German film/tv actor, comedian, author, entertainer.


1919 - 1910

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

  • French resistance fighter (under the aliases "Saint-Just" ','' Berneix' or "Rossini"), deputy in the National Assembly. Senator, important leader of Gaullist movement and Secretary of State. Mayor of Rueil-Malmaison. He died in Rueil-Malmaison on 17 February 2006.

  • Economist

  • Lesney Products was founded by an English businessman (d. 2005).

  • Russian conductor

  • Russian conductor

  • Moscow, Russia -- Conductor (Hollywood Bowl 1982)

  • Norwegian minister. He was a seamen minister in the Norwegian seaman church of Hamburg during World War II. He worked with Arne Berge, his colleague, to provide relief for many Scandinavian prisoners held in Germany. After the war, he helped with the White Buses operation.

  • French composer, actor, and accordionist, best known for Le gang des pianists A bretelles (1953), and A++a n’arrive qu’aux vivants (1959).

  • trade unionist.

  • Louise Latimer

    American actress (d. 1973).

  • Glasgow, Scotland -- Actress (52nd street, Goldwyn Follies).

  • Scottish diplomat who served as Ambassador to Romania in 1964. He was also noted for his posts in San Francisco, Washington DC and Singapore. He was married twice and had four children. He died in Southampton, Hampshire, England on June 4, 1984 at the age of 73.

  • physicist.

  • Leich composer.

  • English actor (Born 1911).

  • Montpellier physician

  • Actress (52nd St, Woman Chases Man), who dies at 56

  • Toulouse physician

  • French Resistance Fighter and Politician

  • Danish artist, member COBRA group (d.2004).

  • Italian playwright, novelist and drama critic. Flaiano is best known for his collaboration with Federico Fellini. He co-wrote ten screenplays, including La Strada (1954), La Dolce Vita (60), and 8A 1/2. He died in Rome on 20 November 1972.

1909 - 1900

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

  • Lou Costello

    Paterson, New Jersey -- Actor / comedian (Abbott and Costello).

  • Jacques Pills

    France Actor

  • Texas, United States -- Actor. (Lone Prairie Tornado in the Saddle).

  • American singer-songwriter

  • He was a Peruvian diplomat and foreign minister (1946-1948). The most significant achievement of his tenure in the Foreign Ministry (and that of the government of Bustamante overall) was the publication of the historic decree on 1 August 1947 in El Peruano. This decree extended Peru's sovereignty to the continental shelf or continental shelf, and extended oceanic waters to its …

  • Japanese royalty, the Empress Dowager Kōjun of Japan, wife of Emperor Hirohito. She was widowed with his death on 1/07/1989, 6:33 AM JST, Tokyo, Japan. Nagako was a witness to Japan's century of history, living through times that were tumultuous with a world war and a national rebirth as one of the world's richest countries.

  • Japan (d. 2000).

  • French communist activist and trade unionist, who was also an MP for the 15th arrondissement of Paris.

  • Empress Kōjun of Japan (d. 2000)

  • He is a member of the Spanish Royal Family, and the Infante of Spain, despite his patrilineal descent from the kings in the Two Sicilies. He was Alfonso XII, Spain's matrilineal grandson. Ferdinand de Bourbon was born at the Royal Palace of Madrid during Queen Maria Cristina's regency in 1903. He was there to represent her son Alfonso XIII (the …

  • Astrologer from the Netherlands, who joined AFA in April 1956.

  • French politician and first woman to be elected to the Cabinet-level position in the French government. Her political beliefs were characterized by the influence of both Catholicism and feminist traditions. She was buried in Marseille on the 20th of February 1981.

  • Odessa (Russia) -- Director (Heart of a Mother).

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