List of celebrities and famous people who were born on April 7th
Famous birthdays on April 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002005
Brazilian notable family, Silvia Poppovic's daughter with Marcelo Bronstein, who was born via C-section
Famous birthdays on April 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Ecuadorian tennis player
Estonian figure skater
Estonian ice dancer
French young prodigy holds a doctorate in mathematics from the University of Toulouse (2008).
Romanian tennis player
Russian-American kickboxer and martial artist, as well as a wrestler
Famous birthdays on April 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
He was the first French Judo world champion and was the youngest man to win it. He won a Bronze Medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and also has two additional world championships. He was awarded a Gold medal at London's 2012 Olympics. He is the world champion for the eighth time in 2015 (European for fourth in 2014).
British actor and model
French victim of homicide, nephew to Ludovic. He killed his mom, granddad, and grandmom using an iron bar 12/20/1989. His mom got married in 1983, while his uncle was serving in the army. He returned to the farm in 1989 with his mom after his parents divorced. His uncle Ludovic required that he call him Papa. His uncle Ludovic heard …
American Little League pitcher for the Bronx, NY, team. He was truly a pitching phenomenon in the Little League World Series. A left-handed pitcher who struck out 15 consecutive batters in his opening game, and would have won the series if he hadn't been forced to miss a game because of league rules. He could become the next Satchel Paige …
Mexican actor and guitarist (Eme15)
English producer and singer-songwriter
American internet celebrity
World Music Singer
World Music Singer
Japanese singer (Speed)
French-born soccer player. He was a key player in Club Bayern Munchen (Munich), which he joined in June 2007. In 2004, he began professional soccer with the French Club FC Metz. He signed a contract in January 2005 with a Turkish club and moved to Turkey after six months. He returned to France in July 2005, after establishing a strong …
Czech motorcycle rider
Professional Indian American wrestler.
English singer (Liberty X).
American actress and singer-songwriter
Czech porn actress
French race horse (d. 2013)
American racehorse (d. 1999)
Famous birthdays on April 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
American football player
Canadian ice hockey player
Venezuelan-American baseball player
American tennis player
English soprano (Amici Forever)
Australia; tennis star (1994 Port Pirie).
American producer and actor
German high jumper
Super model (Elle)
Swedish producer and singer (The Knife, Honey Is Cool).
American socialite and fashion design designer, with an eponymous brand. She is the daughter of Betsey Johnson, the iconic fashion designer. The Style Network has a reality TV program that the mother and daughter created in May 2013.
American baseball player
cornerback (Tampa Bay Buccaneers).
Running back (New York Giants).
American entrepreneur. He is the co-founder and co-author of Rework.
WNBA forward (Cleveland Rockers).
Italian actress, dancer and television presenter.
French alpine skier, she won gold at the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics in the downhill.
Canadian actress and model
Radio DJ and presenter from Britain
Dutch politician and lawyer Dutch Minister of Defence
NBA guard (Miami Heat).
Italian singer-songwriter, guitarist. His musical career was launched after he met Massimo Luca, guitarist and producer. PolyGram convinced Grignani to release "Mi Historia entre tus Dedos", an acoustic song after he performed at the 1994 Festival de San Remo. Grignani achieved a breakthrough in 1995 with Destinazione Paradiso. It sold two million copies in a year and earned him the …
Wide receiver (New England Patriots).
American suicide, client administrator at Fidelity Investments. He was a cheerful man with a lot of friends and a car. He also had a bright future and did well at his job.
New Jersey, USA; long jumping/heptathlete.
Australian softball catcher/1st baseman (1996 Olympics, Bronze Medalist).
French family of noted, the son GA(c)rard Depardieu. His turbulent adolescence was made more difficult by his drug use. In 1991, he worked as an actor with his father in "Tous Les Matins du Monde", (All the Mornings of the World). His failed surgeries had caused his right leg to be amputated in June 2003. Since 1996, when he was …
Germany; Canadian ice dancer (1995 World Champions-4th).
Kentucky, USA; pitcher (Colorado Rockies).
Russia; NHL defenseman (New York Rangers).
Norwegian pianist and educator
Famous birthdays on April 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
NFL running back (Philadelphia Eagles).
Puerto Rico; pitcher (Milwaukee Brewers New York Yankees).
Minnesota, USA; speed skater (Olympics-1994).
American actress screenwriter and producer of film.
North Tonawanda, New York -- Rower (1996 Olympics - 5th Place)
Russian triple jumper
American friend of Damian Clemente. Involved in a shootout in which Damian, his dad Anthony, and four other men were shot to death. Clemente ran out bullets, and a fifth man survived. Perez was convicted of possessing a firearm, but not murder. He was a slim 5'4" man and was intimidated by the North End gang of large, muscular men. …
Australian swimmer and sportscaster
NFL Guard (Oakland Raiders).
Music producer, composer and writer
Italian model who was a top model in her field and well-paid as a model for important designers. In 1997, she left fashion to devote herself to God. She became a naivetA(c), nun in a Roman Catholic order and gave her faith to Pope Francis. This affirms that walking down the runway can be a gift from God.
Dutch tennis player
Italian fencer who won a Silver Medal at Atlanta Olympics in team epA (c)e with Chiesa, Uga, on 7/24/1996 and a Gold Medal for team foils at the Barcelona Games in 1992.
Filipino politician and actor
English snooker player
Hawaii, USA; actress (Kristen-The Bold and the Beautiful).
American comedian and actor
English photographer and painter
Serbian-New Zealand basketball coach and player
Germany; tennis star.
New Zealand actor, brilliant in "Gladiator," won the Oscar for "Best Actor" for his performance, 2000. He was a gifted actor and passionate performer.
American television director
South Wales, United Kingdom -- Golfer (Curtis Cup 1990)
Florida, USA; Nike Golfer (1992 Boise Open-7th).
Canadian ice hockey player
Spanish husband of Infanta Elena Duchess Of Lugo
French Guiananese football player, international goalkeeper. He was born in Tours (district Saint-Symphorien). He was part of the French team that won the 1998 World Cup as well as the 2000 Euro to replace Fabien Barrthez. He was a Paris-St-Germain (PSG) player.
American actor and eroticactor
English politician and businessman Minister for Policing
Indian film producer & director
California, USA; lugist.
Ohio, USA; cyclist (Olympics 1996).
French soccer/football goalkeeper who played in France for Olympique de Marseille (in the 1990s)
French pop singer. Son of Franck Bauer, a radio speaker and jazzman. His european hit "Cargo de nuit", (Night Cargo), is his most well-known song. The video of this song was the very first to be shown on MTV French (in the eighties). His duet "A maplace" with Zazie, a French singer, was sold in 800 000 copies.
American actor and basketball player
Politiker and geographer of Tanzanian-Dutch descent
French murderer, a Corsican nationalist convicted for assassinating Corsica's prefect, Claude A%0rignac, on February 6, 1998 at 9:05 in Ajaccio.
American actor and boxer
rock vocalist/keyboardist (Climie Fisher - "Love Changes").
At 82, Costume designer dies
Famous birthdays on April 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Massachusetts, USA; actress (Rose-Guiding Light).
Rocker (Adventures Sea of Love)
South Korean actor
American news reporter who served as the surrogate mother by contract for William Stern's child. Stern was a 40-year-old biochemist who was unmarried and had no children. She named her Sara after the baby's birth on 3/27/1986. On 3/31/1987, the court ordered that the child be removed and returned to her father's custody. He had been sued for breach of …
South Korean actor
American male, native American Indian. He was well traveled and attractive. He was also hedonistic and gay. His lover kept him. Henry used marijuana moderately, but he did not take any hard drugs. He also had little tolerance to alcohol and got drunk with only a small amount. He was diagnosed with AIDS on January 1988, and he died in …
American attorney. He was a member the team of prosecution attorney's in high-profile O.J. Simpson murder case. Simpson murder case. The trial started on February 4, 1995 and ended on October 2, 1995. It was a long nine-month process.
Swedish politician and businessman, 16th Mayor of Stockholm
American mathematician (d. 2014).
German actor (d. 1993).
American television journalist and lawyer
Chinese master of martial art who built his reputation through the films "Drunken Master" 1978 and "The Fearless Hyena" 1979 made in Hong Kong.
American football player and running back, Heisman Trophy Winner in 1976. Later, he played for the Dallas Cowboys as well as the Denver Broncos. He retired in 1989 after sustaining a knee injury.
Italian actor, comedian, writer, and film director.
American nursery school teacher who is also a big-time winner at the slot machines. While on vacation with James, she deposited $3.00 at a Trump Taj Mahal casino resort in Atlantic City. She broke the world record for a win at a slot machine worth 50 cents and won $1,703,986.00
United States -- Yachting (1952 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
California, USA; rock drummer. (The Knack-"My Sharona")
American singer and actor
US pentathlete (1976 Olympics - 7th Place)
Academic and English geneticist
Canadian producer and actor
French politician and lawyer, leader of the Union of Democrats and Independents. He was formerly Minister of Ecology and Energy. He announced that he would be resigning from all his mandates due to health reasons on 6 April 2014.
American singer, songwriter, musician, columnist, and science fiction author. Ian was a teenager when she first became involved in folk music. She was most active in the 1970s and 2000s musically, and she continues recording well into the 21st century. Two Grammy Awards have been won by her: the first for "At Seventeen", in 1975, and the second for Best …
New York, USA; folk singer (Society's Child, At 17).
New Jersey, USA. Country singer (Restless Heart-"Wheels")
American press secretary
Former Deputy Press Secretary at the United States Department of Homeland Security, convicted sex offenders
Famous birthdays on April 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American politician and academic 49th Governor of Indiana
Italian-English horse trainer
French psychoanalyst and psychiatrist, who founded the psychodynamics for work.
Internationally recognized Salvadoran artist. He was called "El Salvador's national artist" by EcoViva, the Foundation for Self Sufficiency in Central America.  He is well-known for his ability to teach the residents of Chalatenango's small town, La Palma, how to earn a living from art. His style is bright and childlike, and can often be compared with Joan MirA3 or …
New York, USA. Guitarist/vocalist (Hall & Oates - Rich Girl).
Italian pro athlete, soccer player
American Olympian and athlete, he won the Bronze medal in 1972 and the Gold Medal in 1976 for the Long Jump event.
French singer and author. She is best known for her participation at the Eurovision Song Contests in 1966 and 1977. The "blond Piaf" was her name.
German singer and drummer (Kraftwerk and Organisation).
Minister of Filipinos and TV host
American singer (The Chiffons).
French perfumer, or "nose" He is a perfumer by trade. Ellena, his grandmother, picked roses at an early age to sell to perfumers. His brother, father, and daughter are all perfumers.
French athlete who won the 400m event at Mexico City's 1968 Summer Olympics.
American basketball player
Canadian poet, playwright, and politician, 29th Lieutenant Governor for New Brunswick
French restaurateur and chef, named "Chef of Century" by Gault Millau in 1989. He was also awarded the Meilleur Ouvrier de France in 1976 for his cuisine.
Welsh journalist who worked for ITN and the BBC Northern Ireland. Lewis was the BBC's chief news anchor from 1986 to 1987.
Icelandic singer, songwriter and writer
American academic and philosopher
Dutch producer and songwriter
German screenwriter and director of opera, Schroeter, is a German film director. Rainer Werner Fassbinder, his friend, has cited Schroeter as an influence on German cinema in general and on himself. Schroeter was also a gay collaborator with Rosa von Praunheim in the 1960s. Schroeter is best known for his elaborate, campy fables. However, he also made some powerful documentaries. …
German politician, a Social Democrat, was elected Chancellor on 9/27/1998. He defeated Helmut Kohl, ending a 16 year-old era in Germany. The victory was decided after a long and hard-fought campaign. The exit of Kohl means that the last European politician who was in office at the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, has left. This reflects the changing …
Norwegian-American writer. Free-lance writer for many publications since 1966. Author of "Marketing Through Astrology" article for TWA Magazine 5/1979. His work has also been published in The National Enquirer.
French artist and visual artist.
English singer-songwriter/guitarist (Jethro Tull, Blodwyn Pig).
New York, USA; rock drummer (Jefferson Airplane - "Go Ask Alice").
California, USA; actress/singer (Virginian).
Manager and English cricketer
Bedfordshire, England. Rock guitarist (Jethro Tull-"This Was")
Indian actor and producer
French curator, who was director of The Maeght Foundation from 1969 to 2004, approximately 25km from Nice. Since 2005, he has been an individual curator.
South Korean screenwriter and director
French TV producer, executive, with many credits, and great fame, married to Sophie Bouniol.
British actress who made her debut in 1960. In 1963, she met her husband and moved to Australia in two years. She worked as a television presenter. In 1967, she returned to the U.K. and married Michael Eastland in 1970. She returned to Australia in 1970 and worked with 26 bits roles in TV, steadily building her reputation.
English singer and actor
Canadian actor (d.2013)
English puppet maker and illustrator
American manic-depressive paranoid with large schemes. In 1976, he married Jonelle, a fellow astrologist. He pulled out a gun and threatened Jonelle after he was stopped by a clerk for shoplifting on June 30, 1982. He shot the officer who stopped him to question him on 7/06/1982. His wife and he fled shortly after.
Estonian politician and academic 1st Estonian Minister for Social Affairs
Dutch singer "You are not hip"
Famous birthdays on April 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
British television personality, actor, producer and writer. Frost rose quickly to the top of his field at an early age. His greatest fame came in 1976 when he interviewed Richard Nixon, a disgraced former president of the United States.
American lawyer and physician; NASA selected him as a scientist-astronaut on April 4, 1967. He was a science astronaut and worked on Skylab's habitability systems. However, he did not go into space.
Dallas, Texas -- Astronaut
Michigan, USA; filmmaker (Godfather. Apocalypse Now. American Graffiti).
American producer and film director. In 1972, he was a young director and won five Academy Awards for his film "The Godfather".
Singer and guitarist from Albanian-Swiss (d. 2014).
Australian artist. He was a student at Julian Ashtron School, before winning a travel scholarship to Italy in 1959. He was selected to represent Australia in the 1961 UNESCO Young Painters' Convention in Paris. His win at the Paris Biennale earned him wide publicity. Whiteley returned to Australia after 1961, but by the late 1970s, the tension and struggle that …
Record Plant was founded by Record Producer, an American record producer. It was established in 1977.
French art critic and historian, author of many books on contemporary art.
American politician, noted family member, and the son of Governor Pat Brown. He is regarded as one of the most controversial and exciting leaders of his generation. He attended Yale and Berkeley Law Schools after four years of Jesuit training. Brown began his education at a Los Angeles law office and then went on to become a politician. In 1969, …
American jazz drummer. He was a frequent collaborator with Sonny Rollins, including a European tour in October 1957 and February 1959. In 1959, he also performed with Tony Scott. He worked as a clerk in New York Public Library or law offices during his hiatus. He was one of the most promising New York drummers of his time.
American drummer (Jefferson Airplane New Riders of the Purple Sage the Dinosaurs & The Peanut Butter Conspiracy). (d. 2005).
American composer and trumpet player (d. 2008).
American film composer and music composer.
California, USA; actress ("Father Knows Best", Dobie Gillis).
California, USA; American politician (Governor-Democrat-California, 1975-83).
Indiana, USA; jazz trumpeter (Art Blakey).
San Francisco Politician
New York, USA; jazz/rock singer (Drifters).
Actress from Latvia (d. 2014).
Co-founder of Childhelp USA
American journalist and politician Assistant Secretary for State for Public Affairs
Ohio, USA; Country singer (Detroit City).
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
Scottish actor. He is most well-known for his portrayal of Francis Urquhart, a Machiavellian Tory politician, in BBC's House of Cards trilogy. Richardson was also a prominent Shakespearean stage actor. Richardson was married to Maroussia Frank and had two children.
Edinburgh, Scotland -- Actor (Montgomery Ike)
French statistician and demographer, director of National Institute for Demographic Studies [French] laEUR(tm]Institut national daEUR(tm]A(c),tudes dA (c)mographiques] 1972-1992
Turkish businessman and philanthropist (d.2004)
Alabama, USA; actor
Mississippi, USA; blues singer ("If Trouble Was Money").
American singer and guitarist
Canadian filmmaker and director. His film "The Apprenticeship Of Duddy Kravitz" won the Golden Bear at Berlin International Film Festival. His most well-known film was "First Blood", a 1982 film starring Sylvester Stallone. His films included comedies and dramas.
American reporter and writer of short fiction (Born 1931).
American whistleblower (Pentagon Papers)./patriot.
French politician and industrialist. He is the inventor of natural cosmetics. He is a billionaire. From 1962 to 1988, he was the mayor of La Gacilly. Married, three children. His son Didier, who took over the company's affairs in June 1992, was tragically killed in an accident on 12/23/1994.
German-British actor and writer who played the role of Manuel, the mad waiter from Barcelona in "Fawlty Towers". He was not able to fulfill the role and he has had limited success in other areas. Sachs has written over a dozen radio plays.
French chef, one of the most important of his generation. He is described by the Gault Millau as "the very embodiment of great French chef for foreigners".
English interior designer
Famous birthdays on April 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
French rebel, adventurer, and mercenary. He is a modern-day soldier-of-fortune. Denard served in the bloody Biafran War of Succession against Nigeria in 1961. He also fought communists in Angola and fought against them in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). He was also a soldier in Rhodesia against black guerrillas. He was also involved in Yemen's civil war as well as with the …
American gangster (Born 1929)
American actor, and a top star in movies, TV shows and commercials. His shows show a skillful timing of comedy with his casual manner and whimsical humor. He was an actor in over 30 films and an believable advertisement spokesman. He was also a star on the small screen, appearing in the TV series "Rockford Files" and "Maverick." In 1987, …
American film producer and director
French actress best known for her theater work.
American screenwriter and producer
United Kingdom -- Sci-fi author (Star Surgeon, Star Healer)
Scottish poet and publisher, who was a key precursor to the British Poetry Revival. Turnbull founded Migrant Press in 1957. It was one of the first British-run presses that specialized in modernist poets. His work was included in the Revival anthology Children of Albion, Poetry of the Underground In Britain (1969). A Gathering of Poems 1950-1980 (1983), and Rattle of …
Nigerian-American activist and drummer educator (d. 2003).
Russian triple jumper
France sport Champion
Dutch immunologist (Eurotransplant).
Indian politician and leader of trade unions (d. 2011).
Dutch footballer (d. 2011)
French actor (Born in 1924)
Austrian writer (d. 2009.)
Norwegian actor on stage, screen, or television. He is the son actor and actress Eugen SkjA,nberg.
French theatre director and founder of 'thA (c)AC/tre de l'Est parisien' [The Theatre of Eastern Paris]
Austrian/German writer who is very well-known and successful grew up in England and Austria. He studied chemical engineering and worked as a researcher from 1943 to the close of World War II. He worked as a translator in the American military government, publishing reviews and stories in Vienna Welt am Abend. He began his career in 1950 as a reporter …
Paris 16éme Actor
German numerologist and scholar on Muslim culture. Her important work on numerology, "The Mystery of Numbers", was published by Oxford Univ. Press, 1993. 1993. Schimmel was the Harvard University Professor of Indo-Muslim Cultural Studies. She is a prolific writer on Muslim culture, with a book about the Prophet Muhammad, "And Muhammad Was His Messenger," Univ. Chapel Hill, 1985. She was …
Cuban musician (d. 2003)
Turkish mathematician, physicist (d. 1992).
French teacher and ballet dancer. He studied ballet with Ricaux, Egorova, and Preobrajenska.
Armstrong polar geographer.
Italian family of distinction, the granddaughter of Giovanni, an industrialist who founded the Agnelli family fortune, and the daughter Edoardo, who was killed in an aircraft accident in 1935. First, she married Prince Furstenberg. Their daughter, Ira Furstenberg was born in 1940. With a second child, she married Count Nuvoletti in her second marriage.
Famous birthdays on April 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Italian fencer, winner of five Olympic Gold Medals as well as five Silver Medals and three Bronze Medals. He is also a 13-time world champion in foil and sword. Edoardo began fencing at the age of 17 with his father. He was a member the steering committee of The Italian Fencing Federation from 1960 to 1972. He was elected President …
French writer who lived most of his life in Leucate, south France, on the mediterranean coastline.
American military, rear admiral and clergyman, chaplain corp.
Canadian television writer and novelist (Born 1919).
Italian soccer player. He was buried on the 3rd of June 1984.
American actor who has performed internationally since his youth, both on screen and on stage. He was a Canadian actor who appeared in "The Moon is Down" on Broadway. This led to him being tested for a movie role. His films include "The Ox-Bow Incident," 1942 and "Song of Bernadette," 1943, as well as "Centennial Summer," 1945.
Syracuse, New York -- Dixieland clarinetist (Lawrence Welk Show).
Norwood, England -- Actor. (Naked Edge. Africa-Texas Style).
[PCJ Vander] Dutch radio actor ("Shoot Out")
American baseball coach and player
Cuban percussionist, band leader (Born in 1922)
Birmingham, Alabama -- Actor (T.H.E. Cat)
American playwright and actor (d. 2012).
American actor (Born 1916).
American blues and jazz singer "Lady Day", aEUR whose unsurpassed voice was the essence jazz.
singer (Ain't Nobody's Business).
Actor (Lillies in the Field, Thunder Alley) dies at 61
American author (Born 1915)
Sci-fi author (Dark World As You Were and Startling Worlds Of Henry Kuttner).
American pianist composer and conductor
Judge and politician for the American Army (d. 2007).
American actress (d.2013)
The father of American gay rights movement. British-American. HayaEUR(tm), a former member the Communist Party, and founder of two gay organisations, the Mattachine Society (and the Radical Faeries), HayaEUR(tm),'s extraordinary life and personal courage kept him at the forefront of the never-ending battle for gay rights.
French aviator, a flying Ace during World War II.
Politician / businessman
He was knighted as Scottish Secretary of State for the country.
French writer (d. 1996)
French poet and author
American family known for their fame, including the wife of actor Charles Boyer. Their son Michael was born 12/10/1943. He committed suicide in Los Angeles on 9/23/1965. She was diagnosed with cancer and died on August 24, 1978. Two days after her death, Charles committed suicide.
Famous birthdays on April 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
He was a French writer of sci-fiction and occultism; he died at the age of 69 on June 24, 1978.
American hammer thrower
Canadian composer, conductor and bandleader (d. 1976).
French autobiography and fiction author.
Actor Lili Marlene (Actor) dies at 83 from a heart attack
Vierzon Military man
Australian statistician and economist (d. 1996).
A Guinean-born Algerian football player during the 1920s and 1930s.
Sri Lankan politician and lawyer (d. 1965).
American Naval Officer (d. 1984).
Estonian footballer (d. 41)
French politician and minister of government, by profession a notaire.
British-American minister and Astrologer, who joined AFA in 1963. He was also a member of San Francisco, CA.
Polish actor (d. 1975).
English race walker
England, United Kingdom -- 50K walker (1952 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)