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

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2009 - 2000

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

  • American child of noted parent and biracial heritage with white mother and Afro-American father. Her father is actor Harold Perrineau, who played the role of "Michael," on the hit TV show "Lost." Aurora, her big sister, is 12 years old.

  • Orhan, a French-born son of Danis Tanovic, is the third and first-born son of the family.

  • New Zealand-born son born to Lucy Lawless and Rob Tapert, her producer husband. Judah was born in his parents' home at midnight. His actress mom said that they fell asleep in bed by 1:30 AM.

  • Emily Alyn Lind

1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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


1979 - 1970

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

  • Belgian exotic dancer and stripper, who was crowned Miss Belgium 1996. Houtteman was famous for her 15 minutes of fame when she was filmed naked on the Riviera in August 1996 with Daniel Ducruet (the husband of Princess Stephanie de Monaco). Ducruet was caught flagrante indelicto and Princess Stephanie filed for divorce.

  • WLAF defensive tackle (Barcelona Dragons).

  • NFL linebacker (Buffalo Bills).

  • Czech-Slovak footballer (d. 2000)

  • Frank Trigg

    American mixed martial artist and wrestler


1969 - 1960

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

  • Traci Lords

    American porno actress and noted porno star Tracy Lords was named after Jack Lord, her idol on TV's "Hawaii Five-O." (Tracy Lords was also Grace Kelly's character on High Society). She ran away from her abusive father and fled home at 14 years old. She was 15 years old when she began to do nude photos on the streets and …

  • NFL safety (Oakland Raiders).

  • Canadian politician and lawyer, 30th Canadian Minister for Transport

  • German hurdler

  • American colonel and politician

  • Danish screenwriter and chef

  • Australian homicide. One-time vegetable seller, "a little slow." After having had his lunch in Port Arthur, Tasmania on 4/28/1996 at 1:30 pm, he opened fire upon tourists with his automatic rifles from his tennis bag. He took three hostages, and kept them in a nearby guesthouse overnight. He ran out of the house, his clothes burning from the fire in …

  • American family of note, one of three children by Ned Johnson CEO of Fidelity Investments. The family fortune is estimated to be more than $5 billion. Her brother and she have not shown any interest in the family company, so it is left to Abby.

  • American musician (Savatage and Trans-Siberian Orchestra).

  • American musician who played the piano for contestants on American Idol 2.

  • American bass player and songwriter (Savatage, Trans-Siberian Orchestra).


1959 - 1950

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

  • Véronique Jannot

    Alain Delon discovered her as a French actress and singer. She starred with Pierre Granier-Deferre in "The Medic", a 1979 French drama. Her roles in TV series ("Commissaire Moulin," "Pause CafA (c )"...)") and her duets ("DA(c]sir, DA(c)sir") are also well-known. She was a part of the 2011 TV series "Danse avec les Stars". She converted to Buddhism.

  • American actor

  • Italian TV host, actress, and singer.

  • Prime Minister of the Netherlands

  • French politician and Socialist deputy for Val-d'Oise's tenth district, Member of Finance Committee since June 2012; vice president of SRC responsible finance group, mayor of Cergy 1996-2013, president of Community Cergy-Pontoise since 2001.

  • Scottish politician and Member to Parliament, Labour representative for the Western Isles.

  • American wrestler (Born 1957).

  • Nicholas Hytner

    English producer and director

  • Belgian comedian, humorist, and cartoonist. Geluck was educated at the INSAS, Institut National SupA(c).rieur des Arts du Spectacle. He started his career as a theatre actor in Faust, Romeo and Juliette. Geluck was appointed the principal cartoonist at Le Soir (a Belgian Francophone newspaper) in 1983. His most well-known work is Le Chat (the cat), which is among the ten …

  • Amy Heckerling

    American screenwriter and producer of director films

  • English meteorologist and geophysicist

  • American author and pro-astrologer, based in New York City. She is internationally known for her lectures and courses in Vedic Astrology. She has given lectures at conferences and for astrology groups around the globe, including Australia, Holland Ireland, Scotland and Canada. Ronnie is also the author of "Healing Signs", "Vedic Astrology", "Your Sun and Moon Guide To Love and Life" …

  • Turkish actor and singer (d. 2013).

  • American football coach and player


1949 - 1940

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

  • French politician, who was the head the French Communist Party (PCF), from 2001 to 2010. She joined the Party in 1969 and served as Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports between 4 June 1997 and 5 May 2002. Ms. Buffet was elected to a second five-year term at the National Assembly on 16 June 2002, serving as Seine-Saint-Denis' representative.

  • American sculptor

  • Director (Desire)

  • Portsmouth, England -- Playmate for the Year (January 1972).

  • American homicide victim. She was a hippie dropout and a product of the drug culture. She met Charles Manson and fell in love with him, so she joined his camp at the Spahn Ranch in Death Valley. In 1968, she had Zee Zo Zeze Zedfrack with unknown father. She was eight months pregnant with Sharon Tate when she was beaten …

  • American author and astrologer. He was diagnosed with AIDS on 7/22/1988. He died in San Francisco, CA, at 1:24 PM PDT. He was accompanied by his lover for nine years; his obituary stated that he was survived his daughter.

  • Astrologer, musician, and music researcher from Switzerland/German. He devised a theory about the planetary frequencies and developed the

  • Peter Wingfield

    Wales, United Kingdom -- Rocker / actor (Methos-Highlander)

  • English poet and singer-songwriter

  • Australian educator and author

  • Australian politician who was the 39th Premier of South Australia and led the Labor party to government in the 1982 election. At the 1985 election, the Labor government of Bannon was re-elected. In 1989, he was elected again to office. He also became the longest-serving Premier in Labor and South Australia's second-longest-serving Premier. In 1992, Bannon was elected Premier and …

  • [Richard Westwood] ; rocker (Brian Poole & Tremeloes).

  • American cartoonist. In 1976, he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for his editorial cartoons. He was a cartoonist for the Philadelphia Inquirer. He published "Behind The Lines," a collection of his drawings in 1978.

  • American notable family, Nico Charisse and Cyd Charisse.


1939 - 1930

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

  • French engineer for roads and bridges in Guinea and Brazil. He was vice-president, general manager and trade manager at St. Wendel-Sidelor Co., as well as administrator for several other companies such as ENS.

  • Baron Kirkhill English politician

  • Russia -- Cosmonaut

  • American astrologer who publicly declared himself to be President Bush's astrologer in mid-1991, a claim that was categorically denied by the White House. A veteran of army service, he was a social worker until 1973 when he went on disability due to Parkinson's Disease. He first studied astrology from one month before his 19th birthday.

1929 - 1920

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

  • American lawyer, who was once the highest-paid in the world for his palimony cases and self-promotion. His $2 million settlement for Pamela Mason's divorce case against actor James Mason and his palimony suit against Lee Marvin brought by Michelle Triola in 1976 earned him notoriety.

  • Actor (Edward Quartermaine- General Hospital)

  • American entrepreneur and CEO at BHC Communications, a television station conglomerate that is a subsidy of Time-Warner. Siegel graduated from college with a degree in journalism.

  • Portuguese writer, neo-abjectionist and advocate for the early writings by the Portuguese surrealists. Pacheco's works include the "The Libertine Strolls its Splendor In Braga" as well as "The Idolatrous."

  • Spanish writer, journalist and painter. He was part the "children of war" program, which saw children fleeing the horrors of civil war (1936-1939). He wrote "The Other Tree of Guernica", his most famous book, from this experience. It won the National Prize for Literature 1967 and was also made into film. He received the Fastenrath Prize.

  • Estonian-American chemist (d. 2015).

  • Italian theater manager and entrepreneur, who died in Asti 2 October 1993.

  • American journalist, educator, and author of twelve books. His first novel, "Two Soldiers," was published in 1956. He wrote three memoirs: "Being a Boy", "A Boy No More," or "A Boy's War". He died from heart disease at the age of 69 on May 28, 1994.

  • Anne Baxter

    Frank Lloyd Wright's daughter is an American actress, author, and noted family. In 1946, she won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in "The Razor's Edge", and in 1956 was nominated to the Oscar for Best Actress for "All About Eve". She took over the role of Margo Channing from Lauren Bacall in Broadway's production of "Applause" in 1971. In …

  • Turkish politician and admiral 18th Prime Ministers Turkey (d.2015)

  • Indiana, USA; actress (Myra - Marcus Welby Victoria - Hotel).

  • French author. Over a period of fifty years, Aubier published forty books. Her books are esoteric in nature, with the latest being one about Indian Cinema and its symbolism. She has published several books on Miguel de Cervantes's Don Quixote and its alleged cabalistic encoded.

  • French actor on stage, film, and television. He passed away on February 15, 2012.

  • Darren McGavin

    American actor and director (d.2006)

  • American actor and bandleader (Born in 1922)

  • American photojournalist and documentary photographer (d. 2007).

  • French mountain guide and alpinist. His name was given to the climbing technique of gaston. He was the recipient of France's Chevalier de la LA(c.gion d’Honneurin) 1984.

  • Gale Robbins

    Chicago, Illinois -- Actress (Fuller Brush Girl, Mr Hex)

  • Baron Briggs English academic and historian

  • French director and screenwriter who died in Paris 25 September 1990.

1919 - 1910

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

  • Argentine First Lady (Born 1919).

  • Logonna-Daoulas EXecutives

  • Flemish singer (Born 1919)

  • Argentine actress, who was active in radio and films before she married Juan Peron on 10/21/1945. She was the First Lady and helped him rise to power. She became one of the most important women of her generation. She was loved by her people and she was greatly missed by her country at her passing. Legendary, she was either a …

  • David Tomlinson

    Scotland, United Kingdom -- Actor ("Mary Poppins," Helter Skelter).

  • Australian public servant

  • Expert in the disposal of biddle bombs.

  • Peruvian politician and lawyer. Deputy of Lima (1962-1962), and president of his chamber for two terms (1956-1957). Five of his brothers were TV presenter Enrique "Kiko", Ledgard, and Walter Ledgard (South American champion swimmer and masters champion). He was elected deputy of Lima in 1956, which integrated the list of Peruvian Democratic Movement. He was elected to the presidency of …

  • Italian composer and cardinal (d. 2013).

  • Scottish rugby player and doctor (d. 2013).

  • Welsh-English broadcaster (d. 1986)

  • Scottish pensioner aged 80 who contracted food poisoning from E.coli 0157 while eating lunch at Wishaw's Old Parish Church Hall, 11/17/1996. On 11/26, he died. He was the first to die from the disease and the fourth to become ill. John Barr and Elaine Barr owned a butcher shop that sold meat. This was the cause of the epidemic.

  • Salt Lake City Executives

  • He was a philosopher professor, who taught mainly in the Languedoc–Roussillon area. He is the author or 80 works, including poems, essays, historical, esoteric, and novels. He was the pioneer of philosophy cafes, which were appearing almost everywhere in France towards the end of 20th century. Brousse died October 25, 1995 in Clamart, France.

  • American general (d. 2012)

  • French soldier in World War II. He was awarded the title of 'Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English, Companion to the Liberation).

  • Gujarati author (d. 1989)

  • Netherlands -- Antillian photographer/folklorist


1909 - 1900

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

  • American inventor and scientist (Polaroid Corporation). (Born 1909)

  • American inventor and founder the Polaroid Camera. Edison was second with 533 patents. Land's daughter, who was second only to Edison in patents, asked Land why he couldn't see the photo he just took with his camera.

  • American chiropractor who specialized in brain plate alignment. Santa Fe, MN: Sorenson, who died from a heart attack on January 14, 1978, was the cause of his death.

  • American family and mother to the famed astronaut Neil Armstrong, who first walked on Earth 7/20/1969

  • Durme composer.

  • French Egyptologist and architect. He was regarded as the most knowledgeable on methods and techniques for building pyramids. He went to Egypt at the request of his nephew, Jacques Hardy. He spent 75 years in Saqqara, mainly working on the restoration and maintenance of Djoser’s mortuary complex.

  • Norwegian composer and conductor. He was the composer of many Nowegian films' scores. He was awarded a street in Oslo's Thorshov, named after him, in 1999. This is where he had lived most of his adult life. In the Thorshov Park was unveiled a bust that his son, actor Willy Kramer Johansen, had sculpted.

  • baseball player.

  • Gary Cooper

    American actor who rose to fame after his appearance in "Sergeant York" in 1941. Cooper won the Oscar for the role in "Sergeant York" in 1941. Cooper was nominated for the Oscars for "Deeds Goes To Town," "The Pride of the Yankees" and "For Whom the bell Tolls." In 1961, he made his last film, "the naked edge." He made …

  • Belgian composer, music historian and Conservatory Director in Brussels from 1949 to 1966. His works included operas, symphonies, and ballet music.

  • Catalan architect, city planner.

  • Medical Scientist / US Secretary for HEW (1956-1958).

  • Actor (Henry V Treasure Island), dies aged 77

  • German astrologer. He wrote several articles and five books about the topic. Karl Ernst Krafft says that Bressensdorf committed suicide on December 31, 1936.

  • Nancy physician

  • Dutch / Frisian notary/author (EarsteKeur)

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