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

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2009 - 2000

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

  • Japanese prince, in line of succession after his uncle and father. He is the child of Princess Kiko and her husband, Prince Akishino. Born by Caesarean section, he is the imperial family's first male heir in four decades. His name means "virtuous, calm and everlasting," according to an Associated Press report.


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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

  • Swiss professional motorcycle racer. He was raised in Emmental, LA 1/4 and began racing pocket bikes when he was nine years old. In 1999 and 2000, he won the pocket bike championships. He finished second in the European125cc Championship in 2002 and third in Germany's 125cc series in 2003. Daniel Epp invited LA 1/4 Thi to ride for his team, …

  • He was a French freeride skier who won the 2014 world championship.

  • Sister of Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge

  • French professional bicyclist

  • American porn star with Native American heritage. Raven began performing in explicit movies in 2002 at the age of 19. She has since appeared in X-rated features such as Penthouse and Hustler, Evil Angel and Pure Play Media.


1979 - 1970

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

  • New York, United States -- Actress. (Lindsay Saved By Bell: New Class).

  • American singer


1969 - 1960

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

  • American television journalist

  • Pakistani cricketer

  • Scottish novelist. His novels combine comedy, politics, and action with strong narratives. His works have been called Tartan Noir authors. His first novel, Quite Ugly One Morning, was his debut. He later wrote One Fine Day in the Middle of the Night [this quote requires a citation] and All Fun and Games Until Somebody Loses An Eye (2005). His novels …

  • Salina, Kansas -- Infielder (Minn Twins).

  • Rosie Perez

    American actress

  • Mexican serial killer and Satanist called "La Bruja", also known as the witch. She was charged in 1993 with 17 murders and drug charges. She was convicted of two murders and sentenced to six years in prison. Additional charges are still pending.

  • Lawyer and politician from the Netherlands

  • American country-western singer, Mark is known as the "human jukebox", as he can be said to have memorized as many as 1,000 country songs through his years spent in country bars. Mark, the son of a country superstar, was 16 when he dropped out of school. His first chart hit was in 1990, and his first album reached solid gold …

  • American Beauty Queen, who was named Miss Universe 1982.

  • American novelist


1959 - 1950

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

  • Canadian ice hockey defenceman

  • Italian actor. He married Anna Marchesini, an actress from Paris, in 1991. They divorced in 1999. They have one child.

  • Portuguese politician and engineer, 119th Prime Minister of Portugal

  • Haitian-Canadian politician and journalist 27th Governor General of Canada

  • Iranian journalist and painter, sculptor

  • Actor / opera singer (Intelligence Park)

  • Welsh rugby player

  • Billings, Montana -- LPGA golfer (1988 Planters Pat Bradley-12th)

  • American politician and lawyer 41st Governor Colorado

  • English academic and sociologist

  • Cleveland, Ohio -- Major USAF / Astronaut (STS 51, 65, 79)

  • American playwright and author

  • American plane fatality: Pan Am #103 passenger killed when it exploded above Scotland on 12/21/1988.

  • United States -- 500m speed skater (1972 Olympics - Gold Medalist)

  • Carly Fiorina

    Ex-US business executive, currently seeking the nomination of the Republican Party for President of the United States. Fiorina worked as an executive at AT&T, its equipment and technology spinoff Lucent. She was then chief executive officer at Hewlett-Packard, (HP), from 1999 to 2005.

  • American composer and bassist (Missing Persons).

  • French stamp designer

  • Cypriot footballer

  • Rocker (Molly Hatchet)


1949 - 1940

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

  • American pro-astrologer, author of "Astrology. Woman to Woman" and "The Optimum Children: Developing Your Child’s Fullest Potential Through Astrology." She is the creator and author of the text for "Woman to Woman", an astrological report-writer software (Matrix 1997). She edited and contributed to "Astrology For Women: Roles And Relationships" and has been writing the descriptions and horoscopes for "The Sun …

  • American guitarist (Kool & the Gang), (d. 2006).

  • Jersey City, New Jersey -- Guitarist (Kool & The Gang).

  • American musician (Kool & the Gang), (d. 2006).

  • Jane Curtin

    American comedian and actress who rose to fame on TV's Saturday Night Live. ".

  • Manager and English footballer

  • Massachusetts, USA; actress (Saturday Night Live - Allie Lowell, Kate and Allie).

  • Polish-Israeli academic and engineer

  • American musician, actor, and iconic Gay Disco Star, died of AIDs-related illness on June 12, 1988. He was reportedly one of the first gay pop music stars. With his stage debut as one of the Cockettes on New Year's Eve, 1970, he developed a following and later in the '70s he formed the Hot Band, recording for the Blue Thumb …

  • Italian doctor, who is a specialist in artificial fertilization as performed at his fertility clinic. He was the star of the media when he assisted Jennifer F., a 59 year old Englishwoman to have twins at the end 1993. Doctors can use the same in vitro fertilization methods for younger women who have difficulty getting pregnant if the uterus has …

  • Japanese illustrator

  • American baseball executive

  • Musician

  • French photographer, sculptor, painter, and film maker.

  • Swoosie Kurtz

    Amercan actress, with two Tony Awards under her belt. Her first Tony Award for Best Actress was for her performance in "The Fifth of July", 1981. Her performance in "The House of Blue Leaves," a 1986 play, was recognized by the second Tony.

  • French Catholic priest, who was ordained on 6 April 1974 as a priest in the Diocese of Lille. On 11 April 1991, he was elected Co-adjutor bishop of the Diocese in Nancy-Toul and was made titular bishop the following year on 30 November. He has been the Bishop of Arras since 12 August 1998.


1939 - 1930

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

  • Canadian politician and academic (d. 2012).

  • American actress painter, photographer

  • American country-western singer. Coe, a bearded white male, is an outrageous, flamboyant country star, as demonstrated by his hit single "Take This Job and Shave It." Coe spent his youth in reform schools and prisons. He also built up his country song repertoire. After a brief stint in jail, he decided to pursue singing as a profession and moved to …

  • American soldier and author

  • French Superintendent of Police, Bordeaux and Versailles, 1962. He was the Director of the Renseignements GA(c.nA(c.raux 1986-1994 (similar to C.I.A. The arrest of the Action Directe members on 2/22/1987 was credited to the U.S.

  • Dutch TV weatherman

  • Spanish-born illustrator

  • American artist and mystic who taught Tarot for more than 20 years. His innovative course combines elements of Tarot and Astrology with Qabalah, Qabalah, and Inner Guide Meditation in a practical manner. He is an artist and does pottery design and bas relief. He is also a nutritionist and supervises the D.O.M.E. kitchen.

  • American comedian, actress, and comedienne. After making her TV debut on "Laugh-In", she asked "Was it a chicken joke?" before accumulating credits in major roles on stage in "Mame" (Gypsy) to Walt Disney movies, games shows, and even a stint for Kleenex as a national commercial spokesperson for four years.

  • French track and road cyclist. He won the gold medal in men's team race road at the 1956 Summer Olympics, Melbourne, Australia. He was also awarded the silver medal in Melbourne's track competition, in the men’s 4.000m pursuit. Vermeulin was a professional horseman from 1958 to 1964.

  • Spanish actor, screenwriter and director who specializes in horror films. His roles as many classic horror characters, including the Wolfman, Frankenstein’s Monster, Count Dracula and the Hunchback, earned him the title of Spanish Lon Chaney. His most well-known face was the Spanish Lon Chaney. Naschy was also a writer.

  • American baseball player, a left-throwing/right-hitting pitcher with the Chicago White Sox and St. Louis Cardinals between 1954 and 1958.

  • California, USA; actor (Ben Matheson - Wichita Town).

  • American astrologer. She is very sensitive to alcohol. After an unpleasant experience with anesthesia in childbirth, she is unable to sleep well and has poor speech. She has had many vivid and vivid psychic experiences.

  • Japanese actor

  • Estonian academic and historian

  • Twister was co-created by an American game designer (d. 2013).

  • Italian ecclesiastic within the Roman Catholic religion. Cardinal Salvatore de Giorgi, a priest, was ordained on June 28, 1953. He also served as diocesan chapplain for the Teachers Movement of Catholic Action. On November 21, 1973, he was made titular bishop of Tulana as well as auxiliary bishop in Oria. He was elected archbishopof Foggia on April 4, 1981 and, …

1929 - 1920

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

  • Dharma Productions, an Indian film producer was founded (d. 2005).

  • American jazz musician. He is an alto saxophone player and piccolo player. He was among many others who played with him, including Buddy Morrow and Hal Mcintyre.

  • Estonian mathematician and physicist (d. 1991).

  • France Actor

  • Comedian

  • Prince of the Netherlands

  • American writer and novelist. He was a journalist who contributed stories and articles to many major American and English magazines. Four novels are among his works.

  • English composer and conductor (d.2003)

  • American motion picture and still photographer (d.2001)

  • American actress, singer of opera, novelist, and biographer. John Gilbert, her silent-movie star, and Leatrice Joy, Joy's mother, split soon after she was born. Joy had filed for divorce due to Gilbert's alcoholism. She was raised with her mother, who later remarried. When she was 11 years old, her father, Tinker Bell, died. She was 17 when she was hired …

  • Lizy sur Ourcq physician

  • American baseball player. Left-handed pitcher. He played for the St. Louis Browns in 1952 and the Boston Red Sox, in 1953.

  • American politician and veterinarian


1919 - 1910

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

  • John Berry

    American-French actor, screenwriter and producer (d. 1999).

  • English cricketer (d. 2001)

  • American producer and director of plays. He has received many Tony Awards. His plays include "Auntie Mame", many plays by Samuel Becket, Edward Albee, and "Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?" (1962), for which he was awarded a Tony. From 1967 to his death, he was President of the League of American Theaters and Producers.

  • German Wehrmacht officer, assassinated by Adolf Hitler (d.2008)

  • American pediatrician who practiced in Maine. She was an astrologer for many decades and is the author of "Casenotes of Medical Astrologers" and "The Genetics of Astrology." She retired from the medical profession and moved to Gloucester, England in 1999. Her book, "The Moon and Childbirth", was published.

  • English landowner

  • Minister of Defense for the German Federal Republic (1956-62), Dies at Age 73

  • Italy Military man

  • German politician and Minister of Bavaria, who played a significant and modern role in politics.

  • He is a great poet, storyteller, and historian of Peruvian literature. He served as minister of education, rector, and professor emeritus of the University of San Marcos. He was also dean of San Marcos' Faculty of Arts, director of Peruvian Academy of Language, and director of National Institute of Culture. He was awarded the Order of the Sun Medal in …

  • French fashion designer, Fath, was one of the three major influences on postwar haute couture. Fath presented his first collection back in 1937. Fath was a self-taught designer, who learned his craft by studying fashion books and museum exhibitions. Fath employed a few young designers as apprentices and assistants. Some of these later formed their own houses such as Valentino …

  • Philadelphia Phillies, Cincinnati Reds, Braves).

  • American organist composer and Director

  • Germany Actor

  • Italy Writer

  • American baseball player. He was a star New York Giants catcher and the oldest Jewish major leaguer. On November 29, 2004, he died from pneumonia in Valparaiso (Indiana), at the age of 93. Although he was in a wheelchair for three years before his death, he was still mentally alert.

  • "French aerodynamics engineer, automobile maker, co-founder of "DB (d. 1980)."

  • British Museum Secretary


1909 - 1900

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

  • Actor/director (Pillow Talk) dies at 83

  • Chicago, Illinois -- Actor (Northern Pursuit, Air Force)

  • American attorney elected to the Mining Foundation's Hall of Fame. He graduated from the University of Southern California in 1931. In 1934, he received his law degree from the same institution. After being admitted to the Bar, he was hired as an attorney at the Industrial Commission of the State of Arizona. He remained there until 1942. He was drafted …

  • Dutch publisher

  • Costa Rican journalist, writer, sculptor and draftsman. He participated in a contest in which he presented his thesis on Costa Rican artistic renewal. In the same year, he was awarded a second prize in a literary contest held by Editorial Costa Rica for his story "The Stone of Toxil". He began his work at the American Repertory in 1930. It …

  • Hungarian / Dutch architect (RAI building)

  • French-born chemist and Nobel Prize laureate (d.87)

  • Denver, Colorado -- Actor (Midnight Sun, Love Eagle)

  • American boxer (d. 1976).

  • He was a Portuguese poet who won the National Poetry Award in 1972. He was a scholar folklorist who incorporated Portuguese landscapes and experiences into his writing. He started his career as a teacher and lawyer. Age 79, he died from artherosclerosis at 8:30 GMT in Porto (Portugal) on March 5, 1984.

  • A well-known modern Hebrew poet.

  • Finnish writer (Groenende Cross)

  • French actress known for her roles as a French actress in "Le Tigre du Bengale", (1938, directed Richard Eichberg), and "Playtime", (1967, directed Jacques Tati).

  • France Actor

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