List of celebrities and famous people who were born on May 6th
Famous birthdays on May 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102014
Twins, sons Roger Federer's Swiss tennis player and Miroslava “Mirka” Vavrinec's twins
Famous birthdays on May 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002006
Famous birthdays on May 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
American-born Korean singer
Latvian ice hockey player
Baekhyun is a South Korean singer and member of the popular K-pop group EXO. He is known for his powerful vocals and charismatic stage presence.
American figure skater
Saint Lucian swimmer
Famous birthdays on May 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Canadian singer-songwriter and guitarist
Dominika Cibulková is a Slovakian tennis player known for her aggressive playing style and impressive speed on the court.
Slovakian tennis player
Swiss tennis player
Meek Mill is a rapper known for his powerful lyrics and his advocacy for criminal justice reform.
South Korean actress
South Korean actress
Maitre Gims is a French rapper known for his solo career and as a member of the group Sexion d'Assaut.
American actress screenwriter and producer of film.
Chris Paul is an American professional basketball player known for his exceptional skills as a point guard and his leadership on and off the court.
New Zealand All Black rugby player
Jessica Jordan is a well-known model recognized for her work in high fashion and commercial campaigns.
TV Show Host
American-Somali terrorist (d. 2013)
Ukrainian ice hockey player
Daniel Alves is a Brazilian soccer player known for his successful career at top clubs like Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain, as well as for his numerous titles and achievements in the sport.
Raquel Zimmermann is a Brazilian model known for her work with numerous high-profile fashion brands and her appearances in major fashion magazines.
Gabourey Sidibe is an American actress known for her breakout role in the film Precious, for which she received an Academy Award nomination.
Adrianne Palicki is an American actress known for her roles in TV series such as Friday Night Lights and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Tajikistani hammer thrower
American-Canadian football player
English singer-songwriter/guitarist (Evile).
American Canadian football player (Hamilton Tiger-Cats).
American swimmer who was awarded a Gold Medal in 800M Freestyle at the 1996 Summer Olympic Games, Atlanta.
Japan; Australian rhythmic gymnast, Olympics 1996
Actress and dancer.
American-South Korean rapper (1TYM)
Famous birthdays on May 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Irish radio personality
Estonian discus thrower
French slalom canoeist. He has been competing since the mid-1990s. Tony Estanguet is the son Henri Estanguet who was a canoeist and won medals at Wildwater Canoe World Championships. Patrice Estanguet was Tony's older brother and won a bronze medal in the 1996 Summer Olympics. Tony Estanguet won three Olympic gold medals, in 2000, 2004 & 2012.
Swedish politician and journalist
American football player
British Columbia; 100 metre swimmer (Olympics-1996).
Miss Costa Rica Universe (1997).
French Canadian Ice Hockey Player
She is a French chef. She was born in Africa, and later married Alassane, a Beninese. After returning to France, she was awarded the French TV series "MasterChef" in 2010. She won several weeks of competition and became a well-respected chef. She opened her own restaurant in Montauban called "Pays'Anne". Two of her six children died in a house fire …
Wisconsin; figure skater (1997 E Great Lakes Senior-third).
Czech pole vaulter and gymnast
Hong Kong singer and actor
Texas, USA. LPGA golfer (1995 GHP Classic-15th).
Australian soccer striker (Olyroos, Olympics - 1996)
Sébastien Amiez is a retired French alpine skier known for his success in the slalom and giant slalom events.
French skier, and the 1996 World Cup winner in the slalom category. He won the Silver Medal at the SestriA're World Championships in February 1997.
Canada; Nike golfer (1994 Monterey Open-46th).
Quebec, Canada; NHL goalie (New Jersey Devils, Team Canada).
Japanese long-distance runner
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Foo Fighters, Me First, and the Gimme Gimmes Jackson United No Use For a Name and Vivia Death).
NFL linebacker (Oakland Raiders).
French-Spanish director and actor
Carolina Panthers, Green Bay Packers
Famous birthdays on May 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Fernando Alves Pinto is a Brazilian actor known for his work in Brazilian cinema and television.
Northern Irish manager and footballer
WLAF linebacker (Amsterdam Admirals).
Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears
French comics writer and illustrator. From 1995 to 2006, he worked for Fluide Glacial magazine and Spirou magazine. In 1998, he also founded the French publisher Les RAaveurs. He has been primarily associated with Dargaud since 2000.
French dealer in contemporary art. As of 2013, he owns Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, a chain of art galleries in Paris, Hong Kong, and New York City.
WLAF quarterback (Rhein Fire).
South Korean singer-songwriter/producer (N.EX.T). (d. 2014.)
French singer and keyboard player (Stereolab Monade & McCarthy).
New York, USA. Rower (Olympics-1992).
Canadian actress screenwriter and producer
Alberta, Canada; NHL center (Dallas Stars).
British soccer player.
Actress (Vacation), is killed at 32
Lars Mikkelsen is a Danish actor known for his roles in the TV series 'House of Cards' and 'Sherlock'.
Lucien Jean-Baptiste is a French actor, director, and screenwriter known for his work in the film industry.
Craig Fairbrass is a British actor known for his roles in action films and video games.
Billings, Montana -- Canadian Tour golfer (1988 Manitoba-3rd)
California, USA; actress ("Two of Us", Shoot the Moon).
Birmingham, Alabama -- US Olympic Volleyball player (NCAA Play of Decade 80s).
American musician (Fastball)
NFL cornerback (Tampa Bay Buccaneers).
Montana, USA; Canadian Tour Golfer (1988 Manitoba-third).
California, USA; American Olympic Volleyball player (NCAA Play of Decade-1980s).
British ballerina (American Ballet Theater).
Italian ballet dancer, who trained at La Scala Theatre in Milan. She left La Scala at the age of 15, to travel to London, and enrolled at the Royal Ballet School when she was 18. She was 19 when she won the ballet "Mayerling", and moved to New York shortly after. She has appeared in N.Y. and Paris, Milan, Milan, …
American record producer
American actor who has been nominated for several annual Best-dressed and Most Stylish, Most Eligible, and Sexiest Men Alive lists. Clooney is a good-looking man. He's also known for being polite, courteous and well-mannered. Julianna Margulies is Clooney's friend and ex-ER costar. She says, "George is a grownup with a child's heart."
Marc Barbé is a French actor known for his roles in French cinema and television.
Scottish businessman and philanthropist
Kentucky, USA; actor (Dr Douglas Ross - ER, Batman).
French ballet dancer. She is a member since 1978 of the Paris Opera Ballet. Rudolf Nureyev awarded her the title A(c)toile in 1985. She danced in both classical and modern repertoires, until she retired in 2001.
French actress who has appeared in over 30 films since 1977.
French politician and lawyer who claims Corsican citizenship. He is a member of the militant independence party Corsica Libera, and a territorial advisor to the Assembly of Corsica ("Corsica Libera") group. He is also a city councilor in Bastia (Corsica), and a board member of Corsican language-culture department. He is the author of several books about politics on the island …
Rock synthesizer (Bronski beat - "Smalltown Boy")
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (They Might Be Giants, Mono Puff).
Roma Downey is a Northern Irish actress best known for her role as Monica in the TV series Touched by an Angel.
Famous birthdays on May 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
French politician who was Conseiller gA[c]nA[c]ral ("counsellor") for the dA[c]partement of Bouches-du-RhA’ne (1992-1995), DA[c]putA[c] ("MP") for Bouches-du-RhA’ne (1993-1995) and Secretary of State, Foreign Affairs (2002).
Massachusetts, USA; actress Natalie Hunter – All My Children
British Member of Parliament.
Fingerhut; American politician (Representative-Democrat-Ohio).
Spanish actress and singer
American architect designed the Taubman Museum of Art (d.2014).
French financier and co-founder of Frontiers Capital with Alexandre Gelbard
Richard E. Grant is a British actor known for his roles in films such as Withnail and I, and Can You Ever Forgive Me?
French climber, instructor in climbing, who as a French climber, made the first ascent to Chimpanzodrome (7c+), in Saussois, in 1981. This was one of the most difficult mountain routes of France at that time.
French race horse trainer.
A Scottish journalist and investigative journalist. He is friendly and laid back. After six years in clerical accounting, he decided to quit and join a media program at Glasgow College. Before launching his own series, he worked 13 years for BBC Scotland's Comedy Line.
Greek comedian, actor, playwright, and songwriter. He is also known as the "Greek Coluche". Forbes named Lakis the most influential and powerful celebrity in Greece in 2010.
German race walker and coach
Bergeron, an American game host, began his career as a disc jockey at a local radio station. He was also an editorial cartoonist at several local newspapers. After the appearance of
7th Earl of Caledon English politician Lord Lieutenant for Armagh
Baron Hutton, Furness English politician and academic Secretary of State for Defence
Ohio, USA; PhD/Astronaut (STS 65, 70, 83, 94).
American basketball player
Tresvyatsky, Russia; cosmonaut.
Greek politician, 120th Minister for Foreign Affairs in Greece
Dominican poet and author
American basketball player, professional for five seasons between 1976-1981.
British politician who was elected Prime Minister on the 5th of January 1997. This made him the youngest person to hold the office in 185 years. It also ended a century of Conservative rule.
Manager and player from Scotland
Canadian politician and urban planner, Deputy Premier of Quebec
Lynn Whitfield is a renowned American actress known for her roles in films such as 'The Josephine Baker Story' and 'Eve's Bayou'.
His brother StA(c),phane, a French actor is a film director. His acting career began in Splendid's Comedic Theatre troupe: "Les BronzA"re NoAl est Unr ordure . However, his most notable success is "Les Visiteurs" (1993). He was screaming his famous "Okay ..."" in this movie.
American actor and country singer
American Aids victim, sexual orientation not disclosed. He died in 1988.
Dutch politician and economist, Deputy Prime Minister of The Netherlands
Chilean author and historian
Liberian politician and sergeant 21st President, Liberia (d. 1990).
American priest, he was ordained in May 1977. He was ordained a Roman Catholic priest in May 1977. In January 2001, he was proclaimed Bishop of Westport, CT.
American journalist and author
French medical researcher, Professor of Medical Genomics and Bioinformatics, University of MediterranA (c)e School of Medicine. Director of the Mediterranean Institute of Microbiology. Head of the Structural and Genomic Information Laboratory. A CNRS unit (UPR2589).
Scottish drummer (Average White Band, The Senate) (d. 1974).
Famous birthdays on May 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Michigan, USA; US Navy/astronaut STS 41-G, 28, 46
American artist, graphic designer, teacher.
New York, USA. Actor (Mark – Executive Suite).
American singer (Born 1925)
Serbian martial artist founded Real Aikido (d. 2013)
England; rocker (Bonzo Dog Band).
American politician (Representative-Republican-Minnesota).
American rock and roll guitarist, singer and pianist. He was a local artist in Detroit, where he recorded and performed as Bob Seger and The Last Heard and Bob Seger Systems throughout the 1960s. He had dropped the "System” from his recordings by the 1970s and was still trying to achieve greater success with various other bands. He formed The …
California, USA; actor ("My Friend Irma", Stagecoach West).
Michigan, USA. Rocker (Silver Bullet Band – "Shake Down", “Like a Rock”).
American country-western singer who was popular in the 1960s and 1970s. Gilmore recognizes three common influences on American singer-songwriters: Hank Williams (Elvis Presley), Bob Dylan (Bob Dylan).
American actor and educator
Cuban-American entrepreneur worth $14 million. He was the CEO at Live Entertainment, a Los Angeles-based video-distributing company.
American Astrologer who was interested in mundane astrology and wrote a column for "Aspects" during the 1990s.
English-American production designer and director of art (d. 1991).
First Japanese player in Major League Baseball
Norwegian politician from the Progress Party. From 1978 to 2006, he was the party's chairman. He was its chairman from 1978 to 2006.
German militant anarchist, political activist. He was the leader of the Baader Meinhof gang, which carried out bank robberies, bombings and other acts of violence against innocent people.
American shortwave broadcaster, writer (Born 1943).
American illustrator and sculptor
German pole vaulter (d. 2011)
American ex-Naval Intelligence Officer who was deeply involved in UFO culture. Cooper was a controversial and famous figure who appeared on the UFO scene in 1988. Cooper gives lectures and is often heard on radio. He also sends out newsletters. In 1991, he published "Behold a pale horse" a book. Cooper is confrontational and contradictory. He tries to avoid detractors …
American FBI agent, Chief of the New York Division. Kallstrom, a natural leader, was the head of his gang when he was nine years old. He also gave orders to other children. He was the second child of three children, the son of a jazz musician father and nurse mother. In 1966, he earned his MBA and served four years …
English screenwriter and animator
American author and theorist (d. 2001).
Popular French magician and seer, Nathaniel. He was elegant, in fashion, and openly gay. He was found naked in his home, tied head and foot, with a cowl covering his head. A knife and sado-masochistic objects were also around him.
Colin Earl is a British musician known for being the keyboardist of the rock band Foghat.
Chinese-Japanese go player
Argentinian playwright and academic
He is a Swiss engineer, astrologer and author. He also edits, psychologists, lectures around the world, and collects data. Astrodata, a Swiss computer service for astrology, is his president. He is a publisher and editor of books, many of them written by him, as well as the respected German-language magazine Astrologie Heute (Astrology Today).
Ghena Dimitrova was a Bulgarian opera singer known for her powerful soprano voice and her performances in the role of Abigaille in Verdi's Nabucco.
American writer. Daughter of a Scots Irish mother and Mohawk father. Her reputation as a "writing as witness" theorist has made a significant impact on American literary activism. She produced a large body of short fiction and poetry and was the editor of pioneering anthologies.
Belgian ecclesiastic is a Roman Catholic Bishop who is an expert on the topic of euthanasia.
Maryland, USA; conductor (National Symphony Orchestra 1973-77).
Arubian poet (Kerensentenchi)
Famous birthdays on May 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Yerkina; Russian cosmonaut.
master-general of Ordnance.
American guitarist and singer
Canadian politician and economist (d. 2014).
French socialite who ran many iconic Parisian nightclubs from the 1960s through the 1980s, including the Colony and the Bronx.
Irish radio personality
Rubin Hurricane Carter was a professional boxer who was wrongfully convicted of murder and became a symbol of racial injustice in the criminal justice system.
French politician, member of the French Socialist Party. He was a member of the French National Assembly for several terms. From 11 December 1990 to 15 Mai 1991, he was Minister for Housing and Transportation. He is most well-known for his support of the protection and promotion of agriculture in natural mountain regions.
French cartographer, demographer and statistician. He was the founder and chairman of the French Institute of Urban Planning, University of Paris-VIII ("Vincennes-Saint-Denis") He is currently Professor Emeritus at University of Paris-I ("Sorbonne")
Robin Fulton is a Scottish poet, translator and writer. Since 1973, he has been a university lecturer in Stavanger. Fulton is a graduate of Edinburgh University.
American homicide. Convicted in 1967 with John Artis of the shotgun murders of three people in a Paterson bar in New Jersey on 6/17/1966. He was a former boxer who had a criminal history and spent time in prison, but he claimed innocence. Famous figures such as Bob Dylan and Muhammad Ali supported his case. His conviction was upheld at …
Actress (Possession House the Dripped Blood).
French Canadian businessman (Cascades).
rocker (Mickey & Sylvia - Love is Strange)
Richard C. Shelby is an American politician who has served as a Representative and Senator for Alabama. He is mostly known for his long tenure in the U.S. Senate and his conservative political views.
American politician and lawyer
American politician who served in the California state legislature from 1971-1980.
Gunther Hauk is a composer known for his contributions to the world of classical music and his work with the Panta Rhei and Spikenard Farm Honeybee Sanctuaries.
English large landowner / art collector
American career criminal who served multiple stints in prison. He was convicted for heroin trafficking and learned counterfeiting while in prison. He was paroled but has been back several times for counterfeiting convictions.
Kosovan activist (d. 1994)
Lord Bath, 7th Marquess, of Bath, is a British aristocrat. He is an eccentric aristocrat and owns Longleat House in Wiltshire, England. This mansion has been in his family's possession since the 16th Century. The Longleat Safari Park is the most well-known feature of Longleat House. It was established in 1960 by Lord Bath and is open to the public …
American baseball player who played 22 years for the New York and San Francisco Giants as well as the New York Mets.
American parapsychologist, who is a member both of the Parapsychology Association (SA) and Society for Psychical Research (SPR). She has been a specialist in telepathy and clairvoyance since 1954. Since then, she has published papers and investigated on these subjects. Her other publications include "Challenge Of Psychical Research - A Primer Of Parapsychology", 1961 with Gardner Murphy, and "Surveys In …
Alabama, USA. Hall of Fame baseball centerfielder "Say Hey Kid", New York Giants, New York Mets. 660 homeruns. National League Most Valuable Player 1954.
American homicide. The trail of rape and robbery that led to the murder of victims and the subsequent shooting and stabbing of them, left California's parks in terror. Carpenter, a white male of medium height and build was the son of a truck driver. He was taken into custody in 1960 for his 16-year sentence for assaults on women that …
He is a French novelist and musicologist, as well as a French musicologist. He is also an expert on French baroque musical history, which he has published extensively. He was also the artistic advisor (1987-1996) to the Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles. Since 1974, he has been producing radio France's musical programs. The basis for Le Roi Danse ((2000) …
French senior official, freemason, director of hospitals, Grand Master of Grand Lodge of France.
Norwegian classical pianist, was born in Oslo. He was a child prodigy.
French fashion designer
He was an Israeli politician and was the 10th Chief Of Staff for the Israel Defense Forces. He commanded the division that entered the Old City of Jerusalem during the Six-Day War (1967) and broadcast the famous words "The Temple Mount in our hands!" He was the Chief of Staff and responsible for the execution of Operation Entebbe (1976), which …
Famous birthdays on May 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Nobel Prize laureate for American Biophysicist and Chemist (d. 2007).
English Bishop and Theologian
English archaeologist, academic
Since 2004, the Bishop Emeritus Carcassonne, a French Catholic clergyman.
Italian actor in film who appeared in 107 films from 1952 to 1979.
Quebec politician and co-founder of Parti Quebecois (d.2006).
Canadian politician founded the Parti QuA (c)bA (c)cois (d.2006).
American actress and soprano (d. 2012).
CEO (Rank Organization).
Connecticut, USA; operatic soprano (Gilda - Rigoletto).
American socialite (d.2006)
Italy sport Champion
Spanish painter, sculptor (d.2014)
Glasgow, Scotland -- Actress (Chalk Garden).
Italian prosecutor attorney; well-known for his notable clients and the Lockheed case.
Italian politician, president Anti-Mafia Commission
Canadian ice hockey coach and player (d. 2002).
Carlos J. Moorhead was a Republican Representative from California known for his long tenure in the U.S. House of Representatives and his conservative views on social and economic issues.
Editor (London Magazine)
French newsmaker who, as an apprentice garage mechanic at 18 years old, discovered the entrance of Lascaux Cave on 12/09/40.
Erich Fried was an Austrian-born poet, writer, and translator known for his anti-war and anti-fascist activism.
Translator and author of Austrian-German origin (d. 1988).
CEO (British Stock Exchange).
American actor and film producer. He was the third child of his family.
American convicted murderer (Born 1920)
Lord-Lieutenant (Berkshire England).
Fijian statesman, who is considered to be the founder father of Fiji.
Famous birthdays on May 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
French race car driver
Balliff of Jersey.
England, United Kingdom
American business executive at Honeywell, a computer company. He worked for the company for more than 30 years, climbing through the ranks. From 1965-1974, he was Honeywell's President and Chairman of its Board. He retired in 1978. He was the vice chairman of Honeywell from 1978 to 1981, when he retired.
The Channel Tunnel, also known as the Chunnel, is a 31-mile underwater rail tunnel that connects England and France.
American songwriter (d. 2001).
American army major general, who was the chief of staff for the U.S. division in the Allied Command post-World War II Berlin.
Frank Sinatra's friend and restauranteur, Frank Sinatra, is killed in a car accident at 75 years old.
American physicist, astronomer (d. 1997).
Mexican businessman and engineer. In 1955, he founded the Mexico City Tigers baseball club (now the Tigres de Quintana Roo). He was a well-known entrepreneur at that time.
American actor, director and producer, who presented "War Of The Worlds" by radio on October 31, 1938. It was so convincing that many people thought aliens had invaded the country, causing panic. Welles was a brilliant actor and appeared in many films including "Citizen Kane" (1941), which earned him an Oscar nomination for best-actor. He also starred in "Long Hot …
Tunisia-born French clown (Born in 1915).
American journalist (Making of President Pulitzer) dies at the age of 71 (born in 1958).
Bayonne, New Jersey -- Composer (12-Tone Tonality).
American journalist and author, historian (d. 1986).
Tall, dark, and debonair, this British actor was a major adventure star in the 1950s. He studied at London's Webber Douglas School of Dramatic arts and played in the local theater before changing his name to Granger. In 1939, he made his film debut with "So This is London." He returned to film after his military service was interrupted and …
American pianist (Born 1913).
New York actor (Hollywood Canteen and Diamond Horseshoe).
English paper manufacturer / multi-millionaire
French Socialist writer and politician, best known for her anti-communism and anti-totalitarianism writings. On 22 January 2001, she died.
British Vice Admiral.
Painter/writer (Chronicle Sins of Youth).
NYC, New York -- Actor. (Rifleman and Van Ranseleer-All in the Family).
Guy des Cars was a French author known for writing popular novels and romances.
American actor (d. 1986).
French journalist and author (d. 1993).
French detective story writer.
Chinese-American doctor of Acupuncture and Acupressure, with degrees in Oriental Medicine and Theology. On the orders of Master Huang Wen Shan, he taught Chinese history, health, Tai Chi, and Tai Chi Chuan at the California Institute of the Arts. He also brought Tai Chi Chuan to Los Angeles, and helped to promote it. More than 1000 of his students were …
Famous birthdays on May 6th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
American amateur radio broadcaster (d. 2004)
American football coach and player
New York Jets).
Germany Military man
Puerto Rican writer
American basketball founder of the NY Knicks. In 1934, he was inspired to create and promote college basketball at Madison Square Garden. His twin bills and college championships were huge successes. He was the Garden's basketball promoter, and later became President of Madison Square Garden Corporation. He was a powerful force in the creation of the NBA and the BAA.
He is an Italian furniture designer, architect and professor of architecture. His beautiful, original furniture designs earned him acclaim during the 1940s and 1950s.
Raconteur / restauranteur (Toots Shor)
American producer and lawyer (d. 1999).
Nobel Prize laureate for Literature in Sweden (d. 1978).
Actress (October Man Carnival) dies at 75
Actor (Mr Drysdale -Beverly Hillbillies), passes away at 75
Ukrainian-Israeli academic and physicist (d. 1984).
Ukrainian-born founder, Feldenkrais Method (d. 1984).
novelist/poet (Trade Wind-Nobel Prize 1974).
Italian actor who appeared in over 100 films between 1932-1970. Doro was a character and supporting role. In 1934 Fascist propaganda film, "The Old Guard", he was a blackshirt.
Toots Shor's Restaurant was founded by an American businessman (d. 1977).
French actor in film. Between 1929 and 1966, he appeared in 112 films.
German writer and director (Born in 1902)
German graphologist, professional Astrologer, data collector, and author. He was a strong advocate for traditional astrology, which includes astrology and graphology. His books include "Aspektdeutung," "Horoskopdeutung," "Staedtepositionen" and "Glueckssterne," a data collection. He was the editor of "Lehrgang der intuitiven graphologie," a correspondence course in graphology.
British Air Chief Marshal.
Issoudun Military man
French artist, engraver.
Louisiana-born Mexican artist.
French centenarian, mother to President ValA(c]ry Giscard D'Estaing.