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October 6th famous birthdays

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

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2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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

  • American celebrity family. The son of actor couple Melissa Gilbert (and Bruce Boxleitner) was married on 1/01/1995. He was born preemie at 28 weeks and weighed just 3 lbs.

  • American kidnapping victim (d.2005)

  • YouTube Star


1989 - 1980

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

  • American family. Daughter and first twin of Cybill and Dr. Bruce Oppenheim. Molly was born naturally at 5lbs 11oz. Clementine, the older sister of the twins, is 8 years old.


1979 - 1970

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

  • French soccer/football player who began his career at AS Monaco in France, where he was instrumental in the club's 2000 league title win. After playing in the UEFA Champions League, he was selected to the French national youth soccer team. Di Tommaso was transferred to Sedan in 2001. He was then sold to FC Utrecht in 2004.

  • American football player

  • Dutch sprinter

  • Lex Shrapnel

    English actor

  • Guyana's West Indian cricketer

  • Dutch soccer player: SC Heerenveen (Veendam)

  • French noted family, the illegitimate daughter of actor Yves Montand (and Anne Fleurange). The man she claimed to be her father violently rejected her, and she remained unacknowledged. Montand's body was exhumed by court order on March 11, 1998 in settlement of the nine-year-old paternity suit. Officials stated on June 12, 1998 that DNA testing had proven that Montand was …

  • Soccer player (SC Heerenveen).

  • NFL Wide Receiver (SF 49ers).

  • Julie du Page
  • American special effects artist, Barbara Hershey is his father. He was with his parents for seven years, 1968-1975.

  • South Korean actor and singer

  • South Korean actor and singer

  • Amy Jo Johnson

    American singer and actress

  • Kansas City, Missouri -- Pitcher (Texas Rangers).

  • American/Canadian actress. She is a singer, songwriter and scriptwriter. Her mother Christine died from cancer in August. It was a difficult time for her. Amy Jo was the star of "Sweetwater: a True Rock Story" on 10/15/1999. As a singer, she was well-equipped to accept the role.

  • Canadian producer and actress

1969 - 1960

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

  • Zimbabwe -- Tennis star

  • Entrepreneur

  • American victim of homicide, killed by John Masello in the early hours of 6/26/1994. She was 14 when she began dating Masello, a truck driver and inventory manager at her stepdad's export-import company. They started living together in March 1994. She was in an abusive relationship, but she didn't seek help until her death. She was the victim of a …

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  • St. Louis, Missouri -- Pitcher for the NY Mets

  • American pro athlete, heavyweight boxer, known as American pro athletes, also known as American heavyweight boxer, known as "Hurricane." His grandfather and father were both boxers, and he was 18 when he entered the ring. In 1991, he became a professional boxer and won his 24 first fights. After sustaining a serious injury, he lost to Stanley Wrght three years …

  • French singer, songwriter and guitarist.

  • Danish footballer


1959 - 1950

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

  • American thriller writer. His books include Paranoia and Company Man as well as Killer Instinct, Power Play, and Killer Instinct. High Crimes, his novel was made into a film starring Ashley Judd & Morgan Freeman. Paranoia, his novel, was made into a film in 2013 starring Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman.

  • American politician. He was elected as a Los Angeles City Councilor in October 2001. He and Brigid Manning laBonge have two kids, Mary-Catherine (his wife) and Charles (his son).

  • Estonian journalist and author

  • Estonian composer and pianist

  • Dutch drug lord (d. 1991).


1949 - 1940

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

  • Aruban singer (Boney M) (Born 1949)

  • French singer, writer, photographer, born to Jewish physicians. Guy was Guy's father and he lived in Brittany. He moved to New-York, where he lived with his mother after his parents divorced. Then he went to Africa. He wrote "So far from L.A." while he was studying medicine. He returned to Brittany after spending several years in Quebec. Peyrac is his …

  • English journalist and author

  • American politician, governor in Virginia and US presidential hopeful during the 2008 race. He resigned on July 14, 2007.

  • British-American socialite with colorful past. She was born in Iraq to a British translator, and his Scottish-Iraqi spouse. She married the publisher of "Knave," a British skin magazine. She learned belly dancing, took nude photos, and was a star in the soft-porn movie "Nine Ages of Nakedness".

  • Frances Tomelty
  • Northern Irish politician

  • (Rep-D-California)

  • American composer and guitarist (Theoretical Girls).

  • Italy -- Platform Diver (1968, 72 and 76 Olympics – Gold Medalist).

  • Spanish singer-songwriter

  • Russian Colonel/Cosmonaut

  • American astrologer, noted author, was the winner of the 1992 Regulus Award For the Human Experience. He has also been awarded the British Astrological Association’s Astrology Prize. His books have been translated into nine languages and made him one the most popular authors of modern astrology during the 20th century.

  • World Music Singer

  • Australian rugby player and coach

  • born English cricketer

  • South African English cricketer (d. 2012).

  • Britt Ekland

    Swedish-American actress and one of Sweden's most prominent sex symbols. Ekland was a commercial star from the age of 15, and she worked as an extra in TV and film. She also played small parts in movies until 1963. Ekland speaks fluently in English, French, German, Italian, French and Swedish. After a 15-day affair, Ekland married Peter Sellers on 2/19/1964. …

  • American comedian and impressionist (Born in 1942).

  • New York USA; comedian/impressionist (Buy and Cell).

  • American painter (d.2007)

  • American financier and founder, Gay Men's Health Crisis Center in New York City. Formerly, he worked at "The Advocate."

  • French sculptor known for modeling wax figures. He is most famous for his wax effigy (La Nona Ora), of Pope John Paul II, designed by Maurizio Cartelan.

  • Businessman

  • American electrical engineer, CEO of Adobe Systems. This computer softwares manufacturer set the standard in laser-printer software. It also launched desktop publishing. With Apple and Microsoft threatening Warnock in 1989, IBM was the right choice and Apple is back. Warnock graduated with a BS in Mathematics and Philosophy and then went on to earn his MS and Ph.D in Electrical …

  • (Rep-D-Georgia, 1977-87)

  • Russia -- Cosmonaut

  • New Jersey, USA. Actress (Louise – Joanie Loves Chochi).

1939 - 1930

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

  • Melvyn Bragg

    British journalist, editor, and presenter of "The South Bank Show," a prestigious arts program that won 87 major awards. The first broadcast of the show was in January 1978. It continued to air through its twentieth anniversary in 1996. Bragg's sixteenth novel, "Credo", was his first work of fiction. He also wrote a biography about Richard Burton, simply called "Rich."

  • (Rep-D-New York, 1975- )

  • (Rep-R-Nebraska, 1979- )

  • American baseball player

  • American academic and lawyer

  • Nobel Prize winner in gene targeting, an American scientist, professor and researcher from Italy, he was also a recipient of numerous international awards. His work is about the targeting of genes to prevent, treat, and prevent disease. He describes himself as a father, husband, and scientist.

  • Major General of the Scottish-American military, Major General in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Arabian Gulf War.

  • Italian painter, poet and playwright. He has lived and worked in Milan since 1956, with the exception of a period in Venice (1960-1967), where he was head of the Gazzettino's culture section.

  • American psychologist and author (d.2015)

  • American columnist and author, who was a political strategist and advisor on Democrat Party presidential campaigns for over 35 years.

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  • American university president and economist.

  • New Zealand journalist and editor of a newspaper. He started his career as a reporter and climbed steadily up the ranks of the newspaper industry until he was promoted to editor. He is also a prolific author in his spare time.

  • French film critic, animator, director, screenwriter, and cartoonist who has been working in animated cinema since the 1960s.

  • French writer, born as Claude Klotz. He is also known by the pen name Patrick Cauvin. He died 13 August 2010.

  • Italian physicist and leader of the team that created a telescope capable of producing x-ray images. His vision and ability inspire others were instrumental and he is often referred to as "the father of xray astronomy". In 2002, Giacconi was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics.

  • American television executive, CBS-TV and Children's Television Workshop. He was the producer of "Sesame street", "Captain Kangaroo", and "Electric Company".

  • Russian astronomer (d.2004)

  • Belgium sport Champion

  • Russian astronomer (d.2004)

  • General and politician from Syria, 20th President of Syria (d.2000).

  • Richie Benaud

    Australian cricketer and sportscaster (d.2015)

  • American football player for the Rams. He was twice voted Most Valuable Player. In his nine-year career from 1954-1962, he played seven times in Pro Bowl and twice in Rose Bowl. He was a star in both rugby and football, and he was later elected president of Riverside Raceway, CA.

  • Assad; president (Syria).

1929 - 1920

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

  • Bruno Cremer

    French comedian, actor and comedian. He wrote his autobiography "Un certain jeunehomme" (A Certain Young Man), in which he claims that he started his acting career when he was 12. He was a graduate of the Paris conservatory and appeared in many films in Europe as well as the USA. Perhaps his most famous role is that of Inspector Maigret. …

  • American pole vaulter (d. 2012).

  • American politician and State Senator of Illinois, with five terms in 1982. Campaign finance was the subject of 29 misdemeanor accusations in 1981. The charges against Johns were dropped on the trial date of January 5,1982, and he was released within four days, which was the 1/09/1982. Johns was well-known for his coal and labor interests. He died at 56 …

  • LPGA golfer

  • Austria; pianist (Mozart Interpretation).

  • American sports broadcaster (d.2005)

  • American mutual-fund CEO and executive of Dreyfus. Dreyfus is one of the largest mutual-fund investment companies in the country, competing with Fidelity. Stein, who holds 920,000 shares of the company's ownership, is well-respected and soft-spoken. He also waives management fees to keep sales high. He once dabbled in Democratic politics and was on Nixon's enemies list.

  • California, USA; singer/orchestra leader (Your Hit Parade).

  • Violinist

  • American CEO of FMC, an international company that specializes in mining gold, chemicals, and military equipment. Malott, a Harvard graduate with an AB degree and an MBA degree, enjoys camping and rafting outdoors.

  • American black financier and proprietor. At nine years old, William became interested in the insurance business while working as an uncle in the same insurance field. William received a B.S. In 1942, William joined the Army, where he served in WW II. He also earned a B.S. In 1950, he became an insurance agent and worked his way up to …

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  • Vienne physician

  • Cartoonist


1919 - 1910

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

  • Norwegian adventurer and sailor, who was a descendent of the Vikings, crossed the Pacific with a balsa boat, the "Kon Tiki", in 1947. He was accompanied by five other crew members. He attempted to cross the Atlantic with "Ra" in 1969 but was stopped 600 miles short of land. The second attempt at crossing the Atlantic in "Ra II" was …

  • France Actor

  • English playwright and director (d. 2002).

  • Voiteur physician

  • British politician, Member of the House of Commons 1945-1979. Also known as the "Margaret Thatcher of Labour Party." She was the daughter of an activist father who was an income tax inspector.

1909 - 1900

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

  • Fort Wayne, Indiana -- Actress. (My Man Godfrey is In Name Only).

  • Carole Lombard

    American actress. She was a top-selling actress onscreen since 1927. Lombard was involved for three years with Clark Gable before they were married on 29 March 1939.

  • Russian mathematician (d. 1989)

  • Russian mathematician (d. 1989).

  • Janet Gaynor

    American actress who starred in 34 films, including "A Star is Born" (1937). Gaynor was awarded the first Oscar in 1928. She became a talented contemporary artist in the 1970s.

  • Italy Military man

  • Scottish judge, Queen's Counsel in 1949, and High Court Judge. Married with two kids.

  • Amsterdam, Holland -- Actor. (Over the Moon and Queer Cargo).

  • Irish Nobel Prize laureate in Physics and Academic Nobel Prize (d. 1995).

  • Businessman

  • French comic book illustrator and writer, most well-known for his character, "Lariflette", which he created back in 1939.

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