List of celebrities and famous people who were born on June 7th
Famous birthdays on June 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002008
American child of well-known parents. Her mother Jessica Alba is her father Cash Warren. Honor is Honor's first child.
Two sons of a prominent Australian family member. Their father is Wilbur Wilde, a saxophonist and TV personality. According to news reports, Elliott was the first child born at 21:25. Toby was born at 21:30.
Famous birthdays on June 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
American-English figure skater
Young English prodigy, singer and songwriter.
South Korean actress and singer
American child of well-known parents, Christopher Reeve, and Dana Morosini Reeve. Born March 17, 1961 in Teaneck (NJ) according to the child’s birth certificate. He was 14 when both his parents died. He moved in with a maternal aunt. After being paralysed for many years, his father, Will, died on October 10, 2004, at 52. Will's mother, Will, had not …
American actress and singer-songwriter
Famous birthdays on June 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Eldesburg, Maryland -- Born 01/23:45pm on 6/89
American model Miss Texas 2010
Canadian ice hockey player
American professional poker player
Finnish singer-songwriter (Amoral)
Singer and actress from English-New Zealand
American mixed martial artist
American basketball player, convicted sex offender
Polish discus thrower
American baseball player
American baseball player
Australian rugby player
Russian tennis player: WTA Tour
Famous birthdays on June 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
American actor. She has appeared in TV soaps like "Sunset Beach" and “The Bold and the Beautiful." She is also a musician and she wrote and recorded a song to be used in the movie "Angel's Freeway."
Producer and model from Sweden-Americans
Venezuelan baseball player
South Korean singer (H.O.T. and jtL).
American screenwriter and producer of actor actors
American baseball player
Dominican baseball player
Clarmont, Florida -- Actress (Sarah-Models Inc, Clarissa)
French journalist, broadcaster, and TV producer.
Turkish basketball player
American rapper producer and director (Secret Society and The Godfathers)
Chicago, Illinois -- Lightweight boxer (1996 Olympics).
American basketball player: Guard, 76ers
New Zealand cricketer and coach
British soldier and adventurer, now Chief Scout
Indian tennis player
Winnipeg, Manitoba -- Sket shooter (1996 Olympics).
Tunisian race walker
NFL running back (Oakland Raiders).
NFL tackle (Seattle Seahawks).
South Korean model and singer
New Zealand actor
American politician and lawyer
American football coach and player
Livonia, Michigan -- NHL forward (Team USA, Dallas Stars)
South Korean actor and model
Gorky, Russia -- NHL right wing (Montreal Canadiens, Edmonton)
Born in Kenya, she is a wildlife filmmaker and conservationist. Her father, Iain Douglas-Hamilton, was a noted zoologist who became an expert in elephants. He also co-wrote books on the noble beasts with his wife. After college in England she got a job at the BBC's natural history unit. She started studying chimpanzees, and then made a documentary on their …
NFL tight end (Arizona Cardinals and SF 49ers)
English actor and producer
Famous birthdays on June 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
English screenwriter and actor
Halfback for Australian field hockey (1992, 1996 Olympics - Silver Medalist).
Romanian-German high jumper
Soap Opera Actress
NFL running back (SF 49ers)
San Gabriel, California -- Female pitcher (Colo Silver Bullets)
American politician and mayor of Worcester, MA. He won the Democratic Primary for Lt. Governor of Massachusetts, he was elected along with his running mate Governor Deval Patrick in November 2006.
American musician who played the guitar for Jane's Addiction as well as the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
NFL wide receiver (Atlanta Falcons).
French long- and middle-distance runner, who was a specialist in the 3000m. Her personal record of 8:38.97 is an old French record. It was set between 1989 and 1999. She was twice an Olympian (1988, 1992), and three times a participant in the World Championships in Athletics (1987 1991, 1995).
Greenwich (Connecticut) -- Actress (Stephane Precott-Another World).
Canadian ice hockey player
American producer and songwriter (Stone Temple Pilots, Talk Show).
Jamaica, New York -- Pitcher(Boston Red Sox).
CFL tackle (Toronto Argonauts).
Ripon -- NHL right-wing (New Jersey Devils).
English painter and art collector
French singer, former footballer. He is best known for his 1989 hit, "Je te supravivrai", a love song written and performed by Didier Barbelivien. It reached number 2 on France's Singles Chart.
French singer and footballer
English singer-songwriter/producer (Theaudience).
Producer and actress from Australia
Lower hutt (New Zealand) -- 5k /10k (1996 Olympics).
Norwegian activist and lawyer
Italian-French singer. He was born to Sicilian immigrants. He discovered his talent in a Paris pizzeria where he sang popular opera songs eight hours per night for tips. He won the Pavarotti International Voice Competition at Philadelphia in 1988. In the same year, he made his professional debut with the Glyndebourne touring opera as Alfredo in "La Traviata" in 1988. …
Bowral, Australia -- PGA golfer (1994 Buick-2nd)
Scottish academic and economist (d. 2014.)
French singer and songwriter
French photographer who captured Nicolas Sarkozy's official portrait as President of France.
Argenginian linguist and astrologer, theater and film director.
rocker (Prefab Sprout-2 Good).
Screenwriter and actor in English comedy
French radio journalist. He was severely injured in the Furiani stadium fall (3 months of coma), and committed suicide two years and a quarter later.
American producer and songwriter (Earthlings?) Mondo Generator and Earthlings?
American producer and screenwriter
Famous birthdays on June 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American porn director and actress
Thai Deputy Prime Minister
Con-man, drug dealer, and American criminal Mackenzie is currently awaiting trial on charges of defrauding $200,000 from an elderly woman. According to Kevin Cullen, Mackenzie described himself as "a man almost irresistibly attracted to cons and scams," according to an article in the Boston Globe published on 3/14/2004. MacKenzie is currently being tried on charges of defrauding $200,000 from an …
Le Mans, France -- US sprint kayak (1996 Olympics)
New York, USA: actor (Chip- Nurse, Loving).
lugano (Switzerland -- Baroness)
French writer, archaeologist, historian.
Prefab Sprout is an English singer/songwriter
World Music Singer
Italian terrorist who was a member of the Primea Linea organization (English: Front Line). For his tendency to commit violent acts, he was called Roby il Pazzo (English: Roby The Crazy). Front Line's nom-de-guerre was 'Comandante Franco. He was 56 years old when he died from natural causes in Parma prison on 9 January 2014.
American producer and songwriter LaFace Records was co-founded by LaFace Records
American music producer
Equestrian dressage (1996 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
American newsfigure and victim of homicide, Bonny, was shot to death in Studio City, CA on 5/04/2001. Bonny was found to be an involuntary drifter, who used confidence games to get money and stoked men's sympathies. According to court records and family members, Bonny was arrested in Tennessee for drug possession. She was also jailed in Arkansas for selling nude …
American producer and actor
American race car driver, who won 13 NASCAR races, dies from AIDS. He was born in 1955.
US skier (World Cup 1982)
California, USA; singer ("Greatest American Hero").
Norwegian pianist and leader of the Magnetic North Orchestra orchestra
American race car driver, whose career started in 1982. He won seven races in 1986, his best year. This was the most wins of any Nascar Winston Cup driver. The national Motorsports Press Association named him Co-drivers of the Year, but he was unable to attend the ceremony due to pneumonia.
American kidnapper. His two-year-old daughter was taken to him by the father on 12/11/1987. He then fled to Canada with her. In Canada, abduction is not considered a crime. His daughter was found in Montreal by him in April. He returned her to her mother on 4/30/1988.
American poet and author
Canada, British Columbia; Canadian Football League (BC Lions) place kicker
American producer and actress
English-South African guitarist (Juluka and Savuka)
Scottish television broadcaster
He was an Irish actor who became famous for his role as the star in Steven Spielberg's 1993 Oscar-winning film Schindler's List. Since then, he has starred in many other films including Star Wars Episode I, The Phantom Menace, Taken 2 Michael Collins, Les Mi(c)rables Batman Begins, Kinsey and Clash of the Titans. He has been nominated to a variety …
Turkish novelist. He has won many awards, including the Novel Prize for Literature 2006. His works have been praised for their ability to be translated into many languages. He was elected an honorary member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters in 2005. He also won the Prix Medicis award for the best foreign novel for aEURoeSnow. This book …
French racing driver (1973-1994), and director of The Paris-Dakar rally (95-2004). Auriol was the first to win the Dakar in the automobile and bike divisions.
American producer and guitarist
Boston, Massachusetts -- Actress. (Secret, Deadly Friend. Imagemaker).
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
American producer and actor
American ring announcer
Famous birthdays on June 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Canadian academic and philosopher
American sportscaster known as the "Fabulous Sport Babe". She is a big, beautiful, wild woman and America's first national syndicated coast to coast sports talk-show host. She quit her $135,000 per year job at Seattle radio in 1994 to join ESPN radio and talk to 29 stations. She was heard in over 170 markets by midday within two years. As …
Francois Truffaut directed him ("La Nuit amA(c),ricaine" and “Le chAC/teau perdu".
American hardworking, intense, competitive, and at one point, the best all-around American League catcher. From the time he was a child, he played baseball and received numerous scholarships to college and universities after he graduated high school. He chose Kent State but he dropped out to join the New York club in June 1968 for spring training. He was a …
T. J. MacGregor was born and raised in Caracas (Venezuela) and feels a strong kinship to South America. She holds a B.A. She holds a B.A. in Spanish and a Master of Library and Information Science. Her jobs before she sold her first book in 1984 were varied. She was an English teacher to Cuban refugees and Spanish to teenage …
American manager and player
American federal judge
Talk show host and Palestinian-Canadian musician
French politician, engineer and businessman.
Wyalkatchem in Washington -- Australasia golfer
Palo Alto, California -- Drummer (Grateful Dead)
Politiker from the Austrian People's Party From February 2000 to January 2007, he was the Chancellor of Austria for two consecutive terms. Although he was a rare example of a reformer in Austrian politics today, his governments were controversial from the start. This began with the fact that he created a coalition government with JAPrg Haider (FPA-), on both occasions. …
Chancellor of Austria
Canadian ice hockey player (Born in 1945).
Swedish-Norwegian trombonist composer, journalist
Taiwanese politician and lawyer 8th Vice President of The Republic of China
guitarist (The Byrds, "Turn! Turn! Turn! ").
New York, USA. Comedian (Laugh-In Real People).
American writer, acclaimed as one the most passionate poets of black expressiveness. Her B.A. was awarded in 1967. In 1967, she earned her B.A. in history. She was imaginative, politically and strong-willed. In 1968, she published "Black Feeling, Black Talk", her first collection of poetry. A second book followed the year. Her best years were 1970-1973, when she was a …
(Rep-D-California, 1983- )
American Astrologer. He is known for being gentle, graceful, intelligent, witty, and loved by many. They met while both were students at Boston University. She and Brian got married three years later.
Mexican artist who specializes in murals. He is also a member of an art collective in Northern California. His work has been recognized internationally, but he enjoys integrating his art with education of children and teens.
Leader and guide of the Revolution of Libya
French business leader and former CEO of TF1.
American politician and lawyer
American psychic claims to have a 93% accuracy rate in his predictions. He has been asking questions to his higher self during meditation and has maintained this level of accuracy since age nine. He is the president of "The New Age Awareness Foundation", a non-profit organization based in San Mateo (CA), which took in $115,000 back in 1979. He sells …
Author / actor (Return of Sherlock Holmes).
Bolivian violinist (Queen Elisabeth prize 1959).
A Welsh-American singer who has sold more than 24 million records. Jones exudes a masculine energy that causes a strong reaction in women, both on television and live. In the early 1970s, he starred in "Here's Tom Jones," a TV series. His most notable performances on stage, mostly in Las Vegas, have been the source of his fame. Jones weighed …
A Welsh-American singer who has sold more than 24 million records. Jones exudes a masculine energy that stimulates a strong feminine response, whether he is performing live or on TV. In the early 1970s, he starred in "Here's Tom Jones," a TV series. His most notable performances on stage, mostly in Las Vegas, have been the source of his fame. …
American engineer and author (d. 2013).
Famous birthdays on June 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Russian-Canadian cellist and educator (d.2013)
French crime novelist and journalist.
Manager and player from Scotland
American football player
British statistician and astrologer who specializes in genetics, blood group, and other topics. Editor and publisher of "Considerations", Founder (1984), he was also the editor. He retired in 2006 because of rising costs, declining circulation and his "not-perfect health". Many considered it to be the most important astrological journal. Axel Harvey founded the publication, and he was responsible for its …
Estonian director and conductor
Tunisian-born, German speaking actor and singer.
One of the most well-known Italian TV presenters.
French doctor and leading neurologist; Dean of University of Bordeaux 1975-1978. He was a professor in the physiology department and studied sleep function and the relationship between hormones and behavior. His books include "The Flesh and the Devil", 1996.
American essayist, playwright, novelist, and short story writer.
French classical pianist and conductor
Italian financier and investment consultant, Gardini is a four-star corporation. Over 100 people were investigated after a scandal about illegal money swept the country. He committed suicide in his Milan apartment's bedroom on 7/23/1993.
American baseball player (d.2008)
Dutch Secretary of Finances (VVD).
Norwegian politician and historian (d. 2013).
American composer and saxophonist (d. 1974).
Actress (Born Free and Chosen, Lions Are Free, Simba).
Ontario, Canada -- Actor (Skip-Rescue 8)
Famous birthdays on June 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Canadian politician. He was a prominent cabinet minister and Liberal Party member during the '60s, '70s. He was a former executive who was wealthy and handsome. His image projected confidence and determination, even though he made mistakes in his political office. In 1984, he was appointed Canadian Prime Minister.
England; (Liberal) 17th Canadian Prime Minister (1984).
American wrestling manager (d. 1983).
Canadian seventeenth Prime Minister of Canada
American screenwriter and producer of director films
British black boxer, who defeated Sugar Ray Robinson 7/10/1951 to become the first World Heavyweight Championship holder. He won 43 of his 45 fights starting in 1946.
Expert in Greek Epigraphy
American educator and conductor (d. 2014).
Belgian race car driver (d. 1953)
Poet / critic
Iowa, USA; choral director (Andy Williams Show).
Canadian politician and lawyer
American comedian for television comedy shows. He was a successful TV producer and writer, and produced "Get Smart", "Barney Miller" (TV series) and "Too Close For Comfort" (TV series) in 1982. He produced a small theater play called "Who Gets The Drapes". He produced a comedy about an All-American divorce that he had once experienced.
Dutch actress (Sea Gull).
French astronomer / writer (Thunder & Lightning)
American yachting cinematographer (d. 2008).
French parachutist and aviator, who was awarded the 1951 men's parachuting world title. He won another parachuting award in 1970, this time from the FA(c]dA(c]ration AA (c)ronautique Internatique.
Illinois, USA; singer/actress (Designing Woman, Kismet).
French actress and theatre director.
France sport Champion
Canadian judge and lawyer (d. 2000).
France sport Champion
Canadian jurist (d. 2000)
Junior Canadian ice hockey player (d.2015)
French fencer, who won two gold and one silver medals in the team foil event at three different Olympics.
American jazz guitarist (Born 1921)
American horse breeder; adopted child of Babe Ruth (d. 1989).
From 1945, he was the French director of an arms plant. He was the son of a military officer and entered the service to become an army officer during World War II. He is believed to have completed secret missions for General de Gaulle. He was promoted to the head of the SDECE (French counterespionage agency) in 1970 following the …
French politician and leader of the French Communist Party between 1972 and 1994
Famous birthdays on June 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
French detective in the SA>>retA (c) nationale, author of many works.
French artist. He is a painter, graphic designer, and he created logos for Expo'89 and RA(c]gion de Bruxelles. He is best known for his work in Belgium and France. Just days before his death from leukemia, a retrospective was held at Charleroi in Belgium.
Dutch Minister for Health and Environment
American actor and singer who was a team with Jerry Lewis between 1950-1954, before going it alone. Lewis met him in Atlantic City in 1946. They were together for 10+ years, and 16 movies. Martin tried to sing, while Lewis was a busboy interrupting him. They created the legendary team that would delight a nation: the handsome, Italian crooner, and …
US poet (Bean Eaters, Annie Allen, Pulitzer 1950)
Diplomat, lawyer and philosopher. He also wrote and was a historian. He is regarded as one of the most prominent advocates of Christian existentialism both in Peru and Latin America. He was also a thorough and objective researcher of Peruvian-Chilean relationships and an analyst for facts and processes in the 20th century foreign policy.
American illustrator (d. 1991).
Indian film director, screenwriter, novelist and journalist. He is the creator of important Hindi films like Saat Hindustani (1969), and Do Boond Pani (2002, both of which won National Film Award in Best Feature Film on National Integration, Palme d'Or nominated at Cannes Film Festival), Pardesi (1957), and Shehar Aur Sapna(63), which won National Film Award in Best Feature Film.
Lorient Military man
Norwegian composer, pianist, and professor of music. His parents were David Levin and Marie Levin, Lithuanian Jews who fled to Lithuania.
Singer / arranger / songwriter
Italy sport Champion
The Wienermobile was designed by American engineer and designer (d. 1995).
Italian portrait painter. He helped to found a school for modern realistic painting. It was exhibited in Italy starting in 1947. In 1932, he had his first solo exhibition. Two marriages; two kids.
American cartographer, explorer and mountaineer, Washburn was the director of the Boston Museum of Science over 40 years. He was also a photographer and cartographer. Everest. He is also the author of "Exploring The Unknown: Historic Diaries from Bradford Washburn's Alaska/Yukon Expeditions," which was published simultaneously with his wifeaEUR(tm), whose memoir about being the first woman ever to climb Mt. …
France sport Champion
American actor and producer (d. 2014.)
Famous birthdays on June 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
British-American actress, well-known on screen and stage for over 50 years. She was a Broadway star in 1947's "Streetcar Named Desire", and she won an Oscar at 80 for "Driving Miss Daisy". She was a one-time wife to Jack Hawkins. She married Hume Cronyn on July 11, 1911 in London, Ontario. They worked together for most of their careers. Tandy …
(Rep-D–New Jersey, 1949-) / chaired Watergate Council
American politician and lawyer Captain (d. 2005).
American pediatrician and anesthesiologist developed the Apgar test (d. 1975).
British Astrologer, founder of the Scottish Astrological Society in 1975.
Italy sport Champion
United States Federal Judge Davis earned an LL.B. In 1933, Davis received an LL.B. from George Washington University Law School. From 1935 to 1961, he was in private practice in Phoenix. President John F. Kennedy nominated Davis to fill the vacant seat at the United States District Court for the District of Arizona, created by 75 Stat. 80. On 21 …
Count Sigvard Bernadotte from Wisborg (d.2002)
Duke of Uppland (d.2002)
Baumgartner Verlag's German publisher and pro-astrologer, he. He is both an author and editor, representing traditional astrology. His interests include primary directions, fixed stars, and rectification. A number of books that are representative of traditional astrology were published and written by him. Booklets: 'Direktionssysteme', 'Erste Hilfe bei der Horoskopdeutung', 'Fixsterne u. ihre Bedeutung', 'Geburtszeitkorrektur', 'Tod im Horoskop', 'Planetendeutung'...
French Roman Catholic Cardinal and Archbishop de Lyon. He was ordained in Lille on 12 July 1931.
Irish-American boxer, one-time Heavyweight Champion in the World (d. 1974).
American boxer and lieutenant (d. 1974).
American college president and chancellor at Indiana University (d. 2000).
French composer (d. 1971).
Author and academic American banker (d. 2000).
French composer of operettas and film music. His musical influences included the groups Les Six, Maurice Ravel and Claude Debussy. Later on in his career, he was vice-president at the SociA (c)tA (c) des auteurs compositeurs et a(c)diteurs du musique.
Italy sport Champion
Norwegian shipowner. Heddy Stang was his 1925 wife. He had four children with her, who all went on to become part of the family business. In 1972, Nils JA.rgen, his son, took over the company. Hans Rasmus, his son and a well-known collector of modern art, opened the 1993 Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art.
American jazz musician and leader of Casa Loma Orchestra (Born in 1900).
Dutch poet, playwright, art historian, editor, editor and editor. He died in 1972, on the 20th of March.
Poet/translator/critic (Garden of Eros).
Lyricist, theatre critic, journalist, and author of the lyrics to the most well-known tangos by Carlos Gardel. When he was at his peak, he died in an airplane accident with Gardel.