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

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2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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

  • American family icon, second child and second-born of actor Rob Lowe (and his wife Sheryl Berkoff). Edward Matthew Lowe, his older brother, is two years younger.

  • Pop Singer


1989 - 1980

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

  • Irish footballer

  • Activist

  • Wrestler

  • TV Actress

  • Ramona Joan Thompson (44), kidnapped an American baby and took him from the hospital at 26 hours. She was desperate to have her own baby. Seven days later, Baby Phillip was safe and returned home to his parents.

  • American socialite, model, TV star and well-known family. She is the daughter former NY Jets defensive end Mark Gastineau. Gastineau's mother Lisa Gastineau is her co-star on E! Reality TV series "Gastineau Girls" follows mother and daughter as they navigate New York City's high society.

  • Canadian-American guitarist and singer-songwriter

  • Japanese actor


1979 - 1970

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

  • American football player, who quit his lucrative contract as a player to serve in the military. Although initially regarded as a heroic death while fighting the enemy, his death in combat was later classified as casualties of friendly fire. In military investigations, it was discovered that the evidence and details of his death had been destroyed.

  • Wiley Wiggins
  • Canadian journalist

  • Australian guitarist and singer-songwriter

  • American singer-songwriter and bass player (MxPx, Mike Herrera's Tumbledown).

  • Rebecca Romijn

    American actress and model, she quit college to start a modeling career in France. Elle featured her on its cover shortly after she moved to Paris. The tall blonde with blue eyes and a long stature landed modeling roles for Sports Illustrated magazines as well as Victoria's Secret merchandise.

  • Thandie Newton

    English actress

  • Greek politician and historian.

  • Latvian wrestler

  • Dominican baseball player

  • French fencer, who won a Gold Medal in the Atlanta Olympics Single Epee 7/21/1996 as well as a Gold Medal in the Team Epee 7/24/1996. She won two bronze medals at the Olympics 2000, and a silver one in 2004.

  • American poker player and sportscaster

  • Choreographer


1969 - 1960

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

  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma -- Singer. (Color Me Badd - I Want to Sex You Up).

  • Paul Gilbert

    American singer and guitarist

  • California, USA; actress (Dawn-General Hospital).

  • Langlands' French mathematician has made remarkable contributions to Langlands program in the areas of number theory, analysis, and in particular, proved Langlands conjectures about the automorphism groups of function fields. Lafforgue's crucial contribution to this problem is the construction compactifications for certain moduli stacks. This monumental proof is the culmination of six years of concentrated effort.

  • Peter DeLuise

    American actor and director

  • American football player and quarterback for the San Diego Chargers. From 1994 to 1998, he played for the Chicago Bears.

  • American singer-songwriter/producer (Bad Religion).

  • American screenwriter and director

  • French champion dog trainer.

  • Actress from England-Australia (d. 2001).

  • He is a French pop singer. His career began as an actor in TV series and films. He was a singer and songwriter occasionally. In 2004, he released an album of opera songs (Soprano). He also covered Lucio Dalla’s "Caruso". Many of his biggest hits were composed by Pascal Obispo and Jean-Jacques Goldman. He now lives in Patagonia, Argentina with …

  • Japanese game creator

  • American guitarist (Dio Gifria, Rough Cutt).


1959 - 1950

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

  • Belgian serial killer, who made a career out of kidnapping and torturing children. Although his source of income was not clear, he owned several properties where the children were kept. He also sold child porno and snuff video.

  • Australian footballer and cricketer

  • American physician. He graduated from MIT in 1977, and the University of Massachusetts Medical School (in 1982). In 1988, he was named Chief Resident at St. Vincent's Hospital and became a radiology specialist. Geiger was the father of one sister and three brothers.

  • Maria Shriver

    American journalist and noted family. She is the second of five children and the only daughter of Sergeant Kennedy Shriver and Eunice Kennedy Shriver. At 16 she was involved in the political scene, working as a Kennedy campaign worker before moving to Georgetown University where she graduated 1977. She immediately entered broadcast journalism training.

  • Businessman

  • Entertainer

  • American admiral

  • Illinois, USA; newscaster (Sunday Today).

  • Hustler magazine publisher in America with her husband. Her dad killed her father and his wife, then shot himself. At 17 she ran from her orphanage, spending $10,000 on drugs and clothes.

  • German footballer

  • American author, make-up artist and humanitarian. Sharon Tate's younger sister. As a tribute to Sharon Tate, she published a coffee-table book called Sharon Tate: Remembrance in June 2014.

  • American screenwriter and author

  • British actor who rose to fame in England as the serial killer in "The Charmer" TV series. Havers also recorded numerous books for the blind.

  • Swedish politician and attorney

  • American producer and writer for television


1949 - 1940

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

  • United States -- Actor (Midnight Express and Chariots of Fire), died at 41

  • English actor

  • Cuban trumpet player, pianist, and composer (Irakere).

  • American diplomat, husband to Valerie Plame

  • American diplomat United States Ambassador to Gabon

  • American pop singer and musician. He co-founded the "The Eagles" group with Don Henley, and co-authored the hit song "Hotel California".

  • German chess Grandmaster, chess author, and papyrologist. He was 18 years old when he won the West German Chess Championship. He rose to third in the 1980 FIDE world rankings list, becoming one of the most prominent players in the world.

  • Michigan, USA; rocker. (Eagles – "Take it Easy".

  • Reality Star

  • American journalist and politician

  • American actress in TV and films. From high school, she was immediately in show business. Her TV debut was as "Gidget", a 36-show series that ran from September 1965 through September 1966. The series "The Flying Nun", 1967-70 and "The Girl With Something Extra", 1973-74 followed. After a string of roles where she was often described as "adorable", she won …

  • Athlete

  • Pasadena Actor

  • Musician

  • American singer (Born 1946)

  • American author and pro-astrologer.

  • American psychiatrist. His research areas include reincarnation and past-life regression, future life progression, and survival for the human soul after death.

  • Vancouver, British Columbia -- Rock vocalist / guitarist (Chilliwack)

  • American producer and guitarist, singer-songwriter

  • American police officer. After serving four years as a U.S. Navy medic, he joined the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) in 1963. He spent six years on uniform patrol before transferring to Hollywood Division Detectives, where he was assigned permanently to the Homicide Detail.

  • English contratenor

  • San Antonio, Texas -- Country singer (Texas Tornadoes - Dinero)

  • French business leader and CEO of FIMALAC, also known as. FinanciA"re Marc de LacharriA're, parent of Fitch Group.

  • American religious figure

  • German-American actress in international films. She was the daughter of a Lutheran minister and attended a German university. She became interested in modeling, which led to her first American film. In 1963 she appeared in 90 films. She also gained popularity as a TV talk show guest. Her most notable works are "The Prize", 1963, and "A Shot in the …

  • Pilot and religious leader from Germany, American

1939 - 1930

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

  • American writer, revolutionary sex explorer from the 1960s to the 1980s. He is best known for his high-quality pornographic novels. He was a bisexual and promiscuous, and he estimated that he had sex at least 1,000 women and 2,000 men in his lifetime. Vassi died from AIDS on January 14, 1989.

  • American singer (The Jive Five).

  • American photographer (Born 1937).

  • Dutch MP (PPR)

  • Jacques Charrier

    French actor on TV, film and stage. He is charmingly handsome and plays a variety of roles, including some comedy. When Brigette Bardot, his wife, left Distel in 1959 for him to marry Sacha Distel, he replaced her. Bardot married him as his second husband, after a turbulent relationship. They had a son, Nicolas. However, they split in 1963.

  • American entertainers Loretta Young, Clark Gable's love child, were the children of passionate affairs during "Call of the Wild". Gable was married to his second woman and Young, aged 19, a Catholic and a devout Catholic could not risk scandal. She went to London for the duration and arranged for her adoption in California. Lewis, a psychotherapist and narrator, didn't …

  • Belgian film director who directed 14 films from 1961 to 1979. His 1969 film, "Klann aEUR grand guignol", was entered in the 20th Berlin International Film Festival.

  • American Astrologer, who also studied at Findhorn. He created Astro-Drama, a slightly modified version of Jeff Jawer's.

  • Norwegian speed skater. He was the World Champion in 1957 and 1964 and European Champion in 1959, 1960, and Olympic Champion 1960 and 1964.

  • English actor (d. 2002).

  • French astrologer, HadA"s (pseudonym of Alain Yaouanc), calling himself HadA". Not to be confused the French painter/sculptor Alain Le Yaouanc who was born 18 May 1940.

  • Mike Nichols

    American film director. He was born to a Polish jewish father and a German mother. His two first films, "Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?" are well-known. "The Graduate" and "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"

  • English race car driver (Born 1931)


1929 - 1920

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

  • Scottish playwright. He died on the 9th of December 1981.

  • June Squibb

    American actress

  • American bank accountant and CEO of First Interstate Bancorp. Carson is a humble boss and still has the same briefcase from 30 years ago. He is also an avid tinkerer who built a mountain house over the past 40 year.

  • Czechoslovakian Astrologer, well-known for his lunar cycle work in relation to human conception.

  • Pennsylvania, USA; orchestra leader (Hullabaloo, Carol Burnett Show).

  • French actor who took his own life on February 1, 1956.

  • American CEO and executive in charge of Crawford, a risk management and claims adjustment firm. Minix is a consummate strategist and marketer. He holds a BS in Chemistry. Minix enjoys playing golf and gardening when he is not at work.

  • Michel Bouquet

    French actor in film. Since 1947, he has been in over 100 films.

  • American professional athlete, a pro-baseball player.

  • Director of Italian television programs and film director, particularly variety shows.

  • American Marine Corps hero, American military. He was awarded the Medal of Honor in recognition of his actions during the Iwo Jima Campaign. He died 20 January 1995.

  • American female impersonator. He was famous from the 50s to the 70s. He earned up to $10,000 per week. Carter died from AIDS on 1/11/1985.

  • English footballer (d. 1996)

  • French sociologist and member of AcadA (c)mie des sciences morales politiques since 1999. He was also an officer in the LA(c),gion d’honneur, a commander in the Ordre national du MA(c), and a laureate at the Prix Tocqueville. He was buried in Paris on 24 May 2013.

  • American jurist and state legislator (d.87)

  • American politician and judge (d. 1987).

  • Composer

  • American novelist, best known for his bestseller trilogy "From Here To Eternity", 1951 "The Thin Red Line," 1962 "Whistle," and 1972 "The Thin Red Line." The first volume was inspired by his time in the pre-WWII Army, while the second was based on his Guadalcanal combat experience. Jones also wrote "Some Came Running" in 1957. He lived in Paris for …

  • Lille Military man

  • Fort Leavenworth Military Man

  • American astrologer, who joined AFA November 1967.

  • German surgeon, advocate of euthanasia, and author of many books. German Tabloids were dominated by Dr. Julius Hackethal. In 1984, he created a video where he gave poison to a patient so that she could die with dignity. Hackethal, unlike Dr. Kevorkian, was not convicted for second-degree murder. The patient had taken the poisoned cup and drank it. Hackethal also …


1919 - 1910

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

  • American Professor of Chemistry, was married twice and had two children. William Dauben, a professor of chemistry in America, died in his sleep on January 1, 1997.

  • Portuguese poet and writer. Sophia, as she's often called in Portugal, was born to a wealthy, aristocratic family in Porto. Her paternal great grandfather was a Danish merchant and she inherited the surname "Andresen". She was raised Catholic and remained a strong believer to the end. After growing up in Porto, she moved to Lisbon where she attended the Universidade …

  • American basketball player, he was a pro-basketball player for two teams, 1949-1951.

  • Attleboro, Massachusetts -- Chorus director (singers)

  • French teacher, writer, journalist, editor.


1909 - 1900

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

  • French psychiatrist, catholic psychanalist, well-known for her research on children and babies. She started working with Jacques Lacan. Boris Dolto was a russian immigrant who married her in 1942. Many french schools now use the name FranASSoise Dolto. She is the mother to Carlos (singer), and Catherine Dolto Tolitch (doctor).

  • Flemish author (Ontwijding)

  • Actress (Pardon US), passes away at the age of 81.

  • Keyport, New Jersey -- Actress ("Captain Billy")

  • Polititician, lawyer, and activist. Garcia Rivera was the first Puerto Rican elected to public office in the United States in 37 years. He was also the first Puerto Rican candidate for Justice of the City Court in 1956.

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