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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on March 7th

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on March 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010


2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on March 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

  • An Australian family legend, the son of V8 Supercar Star, Steve Johnson, and his partner Bree. This is Dick Johnson's first grandchild.


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on March 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

  • Dylan Schmid

    Dylan Schmid is a Canadian TV actor known for his role as Baelfire on the TV series Once Upon a Time.


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on March 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Murat Boz

    Murat Boz is a Turkish pop singer known for his hit songs and successful music career.

  • Laura Prepon

    Laura Prepon is an American actress known for her role as Donna Pinciotti on the television series That '70s Show and as Alex Vause in Orange Is the New Black.

  • Canadian ice hockey player

1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on March 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • South Korean actor and musician

  • Italian television personality and anchorman, who made his debut in 1966 with "Furor".

  • American television personality and star of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" (abbreviated RHONJ), a reality TV series that aired from May 12th 2009. Manzo is a party planner and designer, who also founded Project Ladybug to raise funds for children with cancer.

  • Maxim Roy

    Canadian actress


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on March 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Japanese race car driver

  • Belgian rowing champion, who finished 8th in coxless pairs (duo without an helmsman) at the Atlanta Olympics in August 1996.

  • American homicide victim. PrestiaEUR (tm)'s parents found her and her daughter Alyssa (data unknown) dead at their Woburn, MA house around 3:45 pm on January 7, 2004. The victims were last seen the Sunday before and could have been dead for some time. Joanne Presti, who was fatally stabbed in the head and neck, was found unconscious downstairs. Sean Pollak, …

  • American singer-songwriter (Nevermore & Sanctuary).

  • Wanda Sykes

    Wanda Sykes is an American comedian and actress known for her sharp wit and outspoken humor, often addressing social and political issues.

  • Bret Easton Ellis

    Bret Easton Ellis is an American writer known for his controversial and influential novels, including 'Less Than Zero' and 'American Psycho'.

  • French comedian, she was featured in Christine Bravo's TV program "Frou-Frou".

  • A Scottish politician and a district councilor who was jailed for his anti-poll tax activities. He was released from prison and ran his campaign.

  • British physicist

  • EL James is a British novelist best known for writing the Fifty Shades series, which gained worldwide attention for its explicit content and controversial themes.

  • Ung-yong Kim is known for being a former child prodigy with an exceptionally high IQ and for his work as a civil engineer.

  • Canadian ice hockey coach and player

  • New Brunswick, Canada; NHL Center (Washington Capitals).

  • French souverainist and gaullist politician. Since 1997, he has been a delegate to the 8th constituency of Essonne and since 1995, he has been mayor of Yerres-Essonne.

  • Italian skier, a bronze medalist at the Olympic Games in Albertville in February 1992.

  • English politician and businessman

  • California, USA; actress (Katherine-General Hospital, Kayla-Days of Our Lives).

  • American ice hockey coach and player

  • Czech-born tennis star who was a champion on the professional circuit since 1979. He won the 1983 Australian Open singles title and 1984 French Open singles title. He won the 1985 US Open. For three years (1985-1987 inclusive), he was the number one player in the world.

  • American baseball player and sportscaster

  • American track and field athletes

  • Oklahoma, USA; outfielder (Toronto Blue Jays).

1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on March 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Rik Mayall

    British actor and comedian, who was a pioneer in alternative comedy in 1980s. He appeared in shows such as "The Young Ones", Filthy Rich and Catflap, "Blackadder" and "Bottom". Although he was the part of the poltergeist Peeves in the first Harry Potter movie film, all his scenes were removed.

  • Donna Murphy

    American singer and actress

  • Australian footballer and coach (d.2012)

  • American activist and author

  • Actor (Werewolf in London), dies at 95

  • Governor of Tamaulipas, Mexican politician and economist

  • He is a French footballer of Italian descent and played as a goalkeeper for Olympique Lyonnais.

  • Bryan Cranston

    He was an American screenwriter, actor, producer, and film director. He received four Emmy Awards in August 2014. He is well-known for his roles on the TV series "Malcolm", and "Breaking Bad".

  • Politician

  • English author

  • Photographer

  • Al-Waleed bin Talal is a Saudi Arabian businessman and investor, known for his wealth and extensive investments in various industries.

  • Indian actor, director, and producer

  • Cath Phillips, a New Zealand-Australian journalist, writer, editor, and publisher, is one of Australia's most prominent lesbians. She was the first female president for the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.

  • American football player

  • English singer

  • California, USA newscaster (E! ).

  • Canadian adventurer and considered Canada's most skilled extreme explorer. Voyer started his mountain climbing career as an army cadet in the Rockies. He became the first to cross the 1,000-kilometer stretch of ice caps on Ellesmere Island, and the first Canadian to reach North Magnetic Pole using skis. He added Mount Everest to his list of achievements in 1999. This …

  • Rock musician

  • German-Swiss physicist and programmer of astrological programming, entrepreneur, publisher and professional astrologer. He is also the director and founder of Astrodienst, an astrological interpretation and calculation service. His research has been in artificial intelligence, *Astro*Intelligence*, in connection to astrological text interpretations by Liz Greene, Robert Hand, and Mona Riegger. He is also well-known for his informative website (e.g. World Atlas, …

  • American professional football player for the Pittsburgh Steelers. He is one of the greatest running backs to ever play in the NFL. The 1972 Superbowl playoff match between the Pittsburgh Steelers & the Oakland Raiders saw him score the most famous touchdown in NFL history. His stellar career earned him the title of Most Valuable Player in 1972. He was …

  • American actor, mostly on television, including episodes from various series.

  • American baseball player

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on March 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • Indian politician, Indian Minister of Health and Family Welfare

  • He is a French writer, astrologer and singer who is mostly interested in symbols. He was the managing editor for the periodical "Vous et Votre Avenir" and presented his horoscope to a private radio (Europe 1).

  • Japanese video game developer, head of Nintendo's hardware department

  • Indian politician

  • American drummer and musician. He plays country and rock music. In 1965, he joined "The Minutemen". He joined "The Minutemen" in 1965. He joined Charlie Burton in 1973.

  • Brazilian singer, composer, arranger and musician. He is the youngest of Dorival Caymmi, Stella Maris's famous sons, and brother to Nana Caymmi.

  • American homicide: Walter Gerwalski was killed by her boyfriend while she was present.

  • American musician. He was a songwriter, and was the lead singer of the "J. Geils Band" prior to recording as a solo artist. His performances were marked by his dark clothes and bright moves on stage, much like an electroshock puppet. He wore black all the time.

  • Indian-English educator and cellist

  • English keyboard player and producer (ProcolHarum), singer-songwriter from England

  • British Antarctic explorer, one of three men to cross the continent. He was also the tenth person to travel overland from the pole. Sir Ranulph Fiennes and Charles Burton, along with Oliver Shepard, set out to circumvent the Earth on longitude 0, or the Greenwich Meridian. This was the Transglobe Expedition of 1981. In the Guinness Book of Records, he …

  • American singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 1997)

  • British soldier and explorer

  • Georgian politician and Head of the Council of Ministers of the Autonomous Republic of Abskhazia (d.93)

  • American politician (Representative-Republican-California).

  • American choreographer and ballet dancer who performed in many European ballets. She was Danseure Etoile Choriographique, Paris Opera 1974.

  • Australian softball assistant coach (1996 Olympics, Bronze Medalist).

  • English bass player and songwriter (The Zombies).

  • Tammy Faye Messner was an American Christian singer, evangelist, and television personality, known for her work in the televangelism field and her public persona.

  • American executive and Chairman of the Walt Disney Company. After starting his career at ABC and CBS, Eisner was a successful programmer, with the success of "All My Children" (and "One Life to Live"), as well as "Happy Days", "Welcome Back, Kotter" ("Welcome Back, Kotter"), and "Barney Miller" (and many other programming ideas). In 1975, he was the v-p for …

  • American politician

  • Estonian politician and businessman, 16th Estonian Minister for Foreign Affairs


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on March 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • Joseph Rupert is a renowned American actor known for his versatile performances in both film and television.

  • American molecular biologist, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology in 1975 for his pioneering discoveries about RNA. He was the founder of the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research and has dedicated his entire life to increasing knowledge. In 1968, he married Alice S. Huang (a microbiologist); they have one child together.

  • French physicist, one of the pioneers of giant magnetoresistance. This discovery led to the invention of gigabyte hard drives. He is currently an emeritus Professor at UniversitA (c) Paris-Sud In Orsay and the scientific director of a joint laboratory ("UnitA (c) mixte de recherche") between the Centre national de la recherche scientifique and Thales Group. He is also an Adjunct …

  • Texas, USA. PGA golfer (1972 Phoenix Open).

  • American race car driver and engineer

  • French essayist, filmmaker, documentalist, and novelist. He was a member the Oulipo group.

  • French Catholic bishop who has been Archbishop Emeritus at Aix-en-Provence & Arles since 2010.

  • Florentino Fernández

    Cuban-American boxer, coach (d.2013)

  • Indian cricketer and coach

  • Greek composer and musician

  • He was an Italian soccer/football player. He played with Sampdoria (1952–57), Atalanta (57-60), AC Milan (1960–61), Napoli (1961–67), AC Milan (1960–61), AC Milan (1960–61), Lazio (1967–68). On 13 March 1960, he played one match for the Italian national soccer team.

  • American journalist, actor, and author

  • Canadian architect designed Telus World of Science and First Nations University of Canada

  • Former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl's wife. When she was fifteen years old, she met him at a prom in Ludwigshafen. Her first name was the portmanteau, "Hannelore".

  • Northern Irish footballer and accountant (d. 1998).

  • American baseball player

  • American Zen Master, a psychedelic drug addict, and AIDS activist, died in 1990 at Maitri Hospice, a San Francisco facility for AIDS patients.

  • Mady Mesplé was a French opera singer known for her soprano voice and her performances in coloratura roles.

  • Music promoter

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  • Japanese royal family, a princess also known as Atsuko, she was the Emperor's fourth daughter out of his seven children. Until her younger brother was born, the emperor's brother, Yori's uncle, was the only heir to the throne, given that the rule of succession applies only to men in Japan. On October 10, 1952 she married Mr. Takamasa Ikeda. According …


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on March 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • Gabriel Garcia Marquez was a Colombian novelist known for his magical realism style, most famous for his novel 'One Hundred Years of Solitude'.

  • French actor, singer, and mime artist.

  • American army, who served many years in the US Army and rose to the rank of General. He graduated from Texas A&M University in 1950. He was awarded an officer's commission. He held various command and staff positions throughout Europe, Asia, and the United States. In 1979, he retired from active service and became the president and CEO at the …

  • American actor and director (d.82)

  • Canadian journalist and educator (d. 2006).

  • Clermond-Ferrand Military man

  • American bigamist was arrested 7/30/1955 after his wife discovered that he had two wives. Both of them were Arthur Murray Dance Studio teachers. He began spending weekends with a wealthy widow, who was also a dance student. This made her suspicious. He was sentenced for six months. He died in Austin, Texas, at the age of 71.

  • American studio potter. He was also a teacher and head the ceramics department at an art college in 1966. He is an outstanding teacher and practitioner, with exceptional work.

  • Photograph of an American Marine showing the Raising the Flag at Iwo Jima (d.79)

  • French Catholic clergyman, who serves as Bishop Emeritus of A%0vry-Corbeil-Essonnes.

  • German Benedictine priest-monk and Zen master. He was expelled by the WA 1/4 Rzburg bishop in 2002 after a papal commission was established.

  • Kôbô Abe was a Japanese writer known for his surreal and existentialist novels, such as 'The Woman in the Dunes' and 'The Ark Sakura'.

  • Clamart Journalist

  • American football player (d. 2014.)

  • British sculptor (Hydra)

  • Tokyo, Japan -- Playwright (Woman, the Dunes).

  • Welsh novelist, photographer, and linguist. Lyons' photographs illustrate several literary figures of the 20th century, such as Graham Greene and Bryher. Lyons was Kenneth Macpherson's last love, and they both lived in Capri's aEURVilla TuoroaEUR (tm). Lyons was killed in Chiang-Mai (Thailand) on 17 November 1993.

  • Indonesian journalist and author (d. 2004).

  • Russian mathematician (d. 2004).

  • Russian mathematician (d. 2004)

  • France Writer

  • Dutch psychic medium.

  • Fijiian operations officer, CEO of Alexander & Baldwin (a container fleet management and agricultural interests company), and Fijiian operations manager. Pfeiffer has a multi-million-dollar annual income and owns and flew his own plane.

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on March 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • French politician and Prime Minister of France (1969-1972), who also plays tennis. On 4/28/1945, he was selected to play as a wing in an international rugby tournament in Richmond, against the British empire.

  • American economist and bank executive. During the presidency of Dwight D. Eisenhower, Hauge was an assistant to the President for Economics Affairs. He was once married and had 7 children. He died 24 July 1981.

  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Director (Island of Love and Music Man)

  • French diplomat who served as Ambassador to Mali (1968-1975), and Chad (1975-1979).

  • French businessman and philanthropist, Perrier is the founder of Perrier mineral-water and Sacta-Rashi Foundations, two of Israel's largest philanthropic organizations. These funds are primarily used to fund education initiatives.

  • Norwegian linguist, professor of Finno–Ugric languages at University of Oslo

  • French paratrooper. He was a member the Free French Air Force and the French Squadron Special Air Service during World War II. He is known for being the first French paratrooper officer to be killed in action (on the 27th June 1942) and was also the author of "Prayer of The Para".

  • Canadian general (d. 1997)

  • Stefan Kisielewski was a Polish composer, writer, and journalist known for his contributions to Polish culture and his critical commentary on political and social issues.

  • Indian journalist and author (d.87)

  • French boxer, World Flyweight Champion 1936. He began pro boxing 1/06/1927.

  • American psychic, spiritualist pastor, and accountant. She has been a psychic for more than 40 years. She earned her living as an account teller, was married once, and had one child. She died at 7:20 p.m. cst on February 1, 1973.

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on March 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • Nestor Burma was a French detective writer and creator. He is featured in nearly 50 books and short stories.

  • American oceanographer, member of the national academy of science, head of the scripps Institute of Oceanography 1951-64; pioneered research on global warming/earthplates.

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  • Anna Magnani

    Italian actress, whose work reflects a passionate and extravagant life force. Magnani's films include: "Rome," 1946 "L'Amore," 1948, and "The Rose Tattoo", which won her the Best Actress Oscar in 1945.

  • van Santen Dutch first chamber member (CPN).

  • Manzarraga composer.

  • German Nazi SS chief, Himmler. He was one of the key leaders in the "final solution" to the extermination of Jews. He was a former combat pilot and intelligence officer in SS. He was promoted to Colonel on July 1932, and to General on February 27, 1933. He was named Reich Protector for Czechoslovakia in 1941.

  • Austria -- Actor / director (Vienna Blood)

  • Norwegian speed skater (d. 1969)

  • Olympics speed skater (4 gold, two silver).

  • American painter and photographer (d. 2004).

  • Venezuelan radio and television pioneer, who is also a librettist.

  • Norwegian actor. He was trouble-maker as a child and was sent to Germany's Odenwaldschule. He returned home and quit his attempts at higher education. Then he was back, this time heading to South-America. He was involved in whaling, and lived for a while in Buenos Aires.

  • German actor (d. 1994).

  • Italian lawyer and editor. He is a widower. He was very involved in philately (stamp collection). His father Alberto is on the right and he is shown on the memorial stamp.

  • German director and actor, onscreen since 1926. From the 1930s through the 1980s, he was a well-known actor on stage, TV and film. He died October 3, 1994 in Aufkirchen, Germany.

  • Limoges Politician

  • Dutch artist and neo-realist painter. He studied in Berlin between 1920-1923. His career began as an abstractist, inspired by the Italian futurists. Later, he became the most prominent proponent of magic-realism in the Netherlands. His detailed landscapes and city scenes often invoke a surrealistic feeling of isolation and dreamlike dreams.

  • Princess Elisabeth of Luxembourg (1901 1950)

  • Willink Dutch painter (magic realist).

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