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

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2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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

  • American pornographic actress. Fishburne was the daughter of mainstream actors Laurence Fishburne (30 July 1961) and Hajna Ol. Moss (31 July 1961). She has a older brother, Langston; and a younger half-sister, Deliliah, from her father’s second marriage.

  • TV Actress

  • Cross-country skier from Serbia (d. 2010).

  • Serbian skier (d. 2010)


1989 - 1980

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

  • Evan Rachel Wood
  • Canadian tennis player

  • English footballer

  • English footballer


1979 - 1970

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

  • French sailor inspired by GA(c]rard d'Aboville. She is well-known for her rowing across the Atlantic (2003), and Pacific (2005) oceans. She has been the spokesperson for UNESCO since 2009, and is adamant about protecting the environment. She founded the Maud Fontenoy Fondation one year prior.

  • French singer who is well-known for her songs in animated Disney movies. She was Jasmine in the movie "Aladdin" (1992), and recorded the song "C'est la vie for "Bambi 2."

  • Italian footballer

  • American wrestler and trainer

  • Oliver Hudson

    American actor, noted family member, and son of actor and comedian Goldie Hawn; older brother to actor Kate Hudson. Hudson was a regular on American TV's evening soap "Dawson's Creek". He also appeared in "The Out-of-Towners", along with his mother and Steve Martin.

  • American nine-year old boy was found dead in the frozen snow of Thayer County, NE on 12/14/1985. His father was suspected of abandoning him in rural areas or smothering his child.

  • Miss Universe - Netherlands (1996)

  • Jamaican cricketer

  • French ballet dancer and choreographer for the Paris Opera Ballet. She began her training at the Paris Opera Ballet School when she was nine years old. At age 15, she joined the company and became A(c)toile. She was the first female choreographer in-house to be commissioned by the Paris Opera Ballet.

  • Japanese motorcycle racer (d.2007)

  • Costa Rican manager and footballer

  • French fencer who, along with Lionel Plumenail and Brice Guyart, won a team foil gold medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics.

  • British actor who was a short-term guest on the TV series Emmerdale, which aired in 1994. Noah played the role of the rebellious doctor's son and gained a large following. However, the series was cancelled after two years. He found personal fulfillment in his investment of time and money into a farm.

  • American basketball player: Forward/Center, Nuggets

  • Japanese singer and voice actor

  • Swiss-Liechtensteiner footballer

  • Tom Everett Scott

    American actor

  • Canadian ice hockey player

  • American actor in theatre, film and television. He is best known for his film work as Guy Patterson, the drummer in The Thing You Do! (1996) and as Detective Russell Clarke in Southland the first season. He remained a regular role after that.

1969 - 1960

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

  • Angie Everhart

    American actress and model

  • He rose to fame in 1996 as an American figure skater who was openly gay. He became the first American skater to be broadcast on a U.S. TV network, performing in a gay-themed show. He tested positive for HIV on March 1, 2000. His brother and two coaches died from AIDS, but he survived. He became the first skater in …

  • Diane Farr

    American producer and actress

  • Rock Singer

  • Waterbury, Connecticut -- Outfielder (Seattle Mariners)

  • Romanian soprana, and opera star, she has appeared in many productions at the most prestigious opera houses around the world, including the NY Metropolitan and Covent Garden. She signed an exclusive Decca Records recording contract in 1995. The 1998 contract was with EMI. Despite having rocky business relationships with directors and managers, she is still highly sought after.

  • German manager and footballer

  • Macedonian footballer

  • NFL tackle (NE Patriots).

  • American rapper and producer (d. 1995)

  • French soccer player (footballer) who played professionally as a left-defender (1980-1998), and for the national team (1989-1996).

  • Venezuelan quintuplets were born to a father who is a 39-year old oil field worker and a mom who is 34 years old. Five of their children are younger. They were married just 17 hours after their children were born.

  • French classical pianist who has performed with many of the top symphonic orchestras around the world, including the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, as well as the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Orchestre National de France and others.

  • German actor, the son and former West German Chancellor Willy Brandt.

  • Since 1992, Burns and Levinson has been an entertainment lawyer in America. Among his many high-powered deals is the sale of Jack Kerouac's archives to the New York Public Library. This was for a sum "in the sevens" in 2001. He was the screenwriter for the Steve Martin movie "Bringing Down the House", which starred Queen Latifah. His clients include …

  • American saxophonist (Dave Matthews Band), (d. 2008).

  • French nurse working in El Salvador's mobile hospital during civil war (1980-1992). She was the daughter a prison guard. Her body was found and killed on 4/15/1989 after the bombardment of San Ildefonso in El Salvador. After an investigation, a court in Rennes, France issued an international warrant for four Salvadorian soldiers to be arrested for their murder. They spent …

  • American actor and director of martial arts.

  • rocker (Fine Young Cannibals - "She Drives Me Crazy").

  • American bass player (Edie Brickell and New Bohemians and Critters Buggin).

  • Australian sportscaster and author

1959 - 1950

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

  • French tourist, arrested in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) on 27 January 1980. A customs officer found 534 grams pure heroin in her suitcase. Her Chinese lover Eddie Tan Lim Soo gave her a brand new suitcase. She was allegedly dealing drugs. Two years languished in jail before she was finally tried and sentenced. Her sentence was reduced to life imprisonment after …

  • Businessman

  • American singer-songwriter/dancer (Shalamar), (d. 1997)

  • Hawaii, United States -- Vocals. Starland Vocal Band-Afternoon Delusion.

  • American songwriter, whose talent has produced more than a thousand songs, and which, according to one source, makes her over $20,000,000 in royalties every year. Warren started writing songs when she was a child, and began selling them in the 1980s. She is best known for "Blue Eyes Blue", which was recorded by Eric Clapton, and "Because You Liked Me", …

  • American singer, pianist, and musician. He is most well-known for his cabaret-style performances of American pop, jazz and romantic music, which he calls The Great American Songbook.

  • British footballer (d. 2007)

  • Mira Furlan

    Croatian-American singer and actress

  • American model. She was the youngest model to be given an exclusive contract with a cosmetic company. She was born to actor Barry Sullivan (8/29/1912) as well as Miss Sweden (9/06/1933), a beauty queen mother. Jimmy Webb, a songwriting genius, married her and had six children together.

  • American record producer and musician

  • Russian mathematician, academic

  • Estonian javelin thrower, coach

  • American actor

  • Corbin Bernsen

    American actor who had worked for 15 years before landing the role as Arnie, the womanizing and opportunistic divorce lawyer in "L.A. Law" 1986.

  • French General who was Chief of Staff of France's Air Force (2006)aEUR"2009 and Commander of Allied Command Transformation (2008)aEUR"2012, both based in Norfolk (VA), one of two NATO strategic commands.

  • Doug Bradley

    English actor

  • California, USA; actor (Arnie Becker - L.A. Law).

  • American keyboard player (Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers and Mudcrutch).

  • Rocker (Romeo Void)

  • American composer

  • New Zealand's pop and rock singer is best known for his role as lead vocalist in Dragon, the band that Todd Hunter formed in Auckland in 1973. Dragon was one of Australia's most successful bands. They had many hit singles and albums that were well-received, including O Zambezi in 1978.

  • Chrissie Hynde

    American singer and bandleader of rock band "The Pretenders." Their 1980 debut album was a success and their best work. Hynde, who had fled to London in the 1970s to find her fortune, had extensive experience in rock before she assembled the band.

  • American football player and the NFL's MVP for 1976. His record of success included numerous instances of returning to battle and trying to fix injuries. Due to injuries sustained on 8/26/1978 and 10/15/1978, he was forced to miss the majority of 1978 due to a broken right shoulder.

  • Since 2008, archbishop of Lille and French Catholic clergyman.

  • American composer and trumpet player

  • English businessman

  • Julie Kavner

    American comedian actress, stage, screen and TV series. She was most well-known for her role as Valerie Harper's younger sister during the five-year run, from 9/09/1974 to 12/09/1978, of "Rhoda" on TV. Kavner was also a member Woody Allen's stock firm. She appeared in five Woody Allen movies. From 1987-1990, she was Emmy-nominated for a supporting role on "The Tracey …

  • German-Australian engineer (d. 1991)

  • Author (What I Seen at the Revolution)

  • Italy; tennis star (French 1976, Italian 1976).

  • Ohio, USA; rocker

1949 - 1940

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

  • He is a French TV presenter, host and journalist. He hosted "Le Journal de 20H" then co-hosted "Le journal de 13H", with Laurence Piquet. He has commented on the Tour de France twice, in 2005 and 2006, alongside Laurent Jalabert (he is a cyclo-tourist himself) and he hosts the daily program "Tout Le Sport" for many years. He is also …

  • Politician

  • Bronx (New York) -- Rock singer (Chicago).

  • Spanish journalist who is a specialist in UFO's, the story about Jesus, and other mysteries. His five-volume book series, "Operation Trojan Horse", about the time travels of an American Army officer to Judea in the 1st Century AD, was a best-seller in Brazil and elsewhere.

  • American journalist and author

  • American baseball player (Born 1946).

  • French art critic and collector who specializes in poster art.

  • Dario Argento

    Italian screenwriter and director who specializes in horror films that are gory and bloody.

  • 4. President of Indonesia, Indonesian journalist and politician (d. 2009).

  • Italian dramatic tenor with a powerful voice and richness.

  • 4. President of Indonesia, Indonesian journalist and politician (d. 2009).

1939 - 1930

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

  • John Phillip Law
  • He was an American actor on screen and stage. He made films in Europe and the USA. His portrayal as a Russian in "The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Will Come!" 1966 is perhaps his most famous role. He was tall and beautiful with striking blue eyes. His appearance in "Barbarella," 1968, captured the hearts of many.

  • Turkish film actor

  • Turkish screenwriter and producer of Turkish actors

  • American singer, songwriter, and performer. He started with pure country and moved on to soft-rock with his three-man band, Buddy Holly and the Crickets. From the mid-50s, he was interested in black music and began to work with rock rhythms starting his first recording session on 1/26/1956. He was a rock star who became a legend with the group that …

  • Brian Hart Ltd. was founded by Brian Hart (d. 2014), an engineer and race car driver from England.

  • Argentine comedian and TV host. He was known as El Gordo de AmA(c), America's Fat Guy. Porcel, together with Alberto Olmedo (America's Fat Guy), is one of Argentina's most comic actors of the 20th century.

  • Greek politician and lawyer.

  • French senior official who was prefect of AZle de-France and Paris (1994-1998) and president of Secours catholique (1998-04).

  • Canadian historian, author and politician

  • Argentinean executive and CEO of Coca-Cola Enterprises of Argentina. This is the largest bottling facility in Argentina. Dyson holds a Bachelor of Economics. He is also a triathlete and is nationally ranked for squash.

  • Senegalese politician and lawyer 2nd President of Senegal

  • American dentist and basketball player (d. 2013).

  • French journalist at France–Soir, columnist for Radio France. He was also the creator and producer the TV magazine 30 million d'amis (founded 1976), and the director of the eponymous publication.

  • United States -- Basketball coach (Marquette).

  • Maltese composer, conductor (d.2009)

  • Politician

  • English criminal who was responsible for the 1963 Great Train Robbery. It was Britain's largest robbery at the time. It netted GBAPS2,631,684, equivalent to APS41 millions in July 2013. Reynolds was on the run for five years before being caught and sentenced to 25-years imprisonment in 1969. In 1978, he was freed. He was a writer and performer with Alabama …

  • American musician who played great tenor jazz sax; heroin addict who overcame his addiction.

  • Belgian royalty, the first born son of King Leopold III and Princess Astrid. His mom was killed in an auto accident just before he was five. At nine, he fled with his family to Portugal during the time of the German invasion, but returned to live under guard during the Nazi occupation. Post-war, he completed his schooling in Switzerland and …

  • Baudouin, Belgium (d. 1993).

1929 - 1920

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

  • American basketball player, who was a professional basketball player for both the New York Knicks (and the Baltimore Bullets). His brother Dick and he are the only brothers in the Basketball Hall of Fame. Al was inducted in 1992 as a coach.

  • Irish writer. Her autobiography Don't Wake me at Doyles was a surprise hit after its publication in 2004.

  • Australian ballerina (d. 1983)

  • American basketball player, who was a professional basketball player for both the New York Knicks (and the Baltimore Bullets). His brother Dick and he are the only brothers in the Basketball Hall of Fame. Al was inducted in 1992 as a coach.

  • French novelist and dramatic author. His writings describe the world in a fierce humor that is somewhat burlesque, sometimes turning into black humor.

  • English-American illustrator and author (d. 2014).

  • American CEO of Kansas Gas and Electric and a personnel manager. Cadman studied merchandising marketing at college and received a BA degree in Personnel Management. In his spare time, he enjoys prairie chicken and quail hunting.

  • Canadian lawyer and Canadian jurist

  • Jr. American producer and director (d. 2015).

  • French champion rower.

  • American professional athlete. He was drafted by the Los Angeles Rams as a football player in 1948. Before his retirement in 1955, he played for three more teams. Then he began coaching football.

  • Cartoon voice (AstroJetsons, Bamm Bamm), ends at 62

  • Peter Lawford

    British-American star with 57 films and several TV series. He is also known for being brother in law to the late U.S. President John F. Kennedy and part of Frank Sinatra's legendary "Rat Pack", which flourished during the 1960s.

  • LPGA was founded by an American golfer (d. 2015).

  • Australian poet and author (d. 1993).

  • Pianist / composer (Ferrante & Tachere-Exodus)

  • He was a Quebec radio host for almost 50 years. He is best remembered as the Quebec host who in 1950 launched open-talk radio in Quebec.

  • British script writer, creator of some of Britain's most popular TV comedy shows. He is responsible for such beloved sitcoms like "Are you Being Served" or "Dad's Army".

  • French businessman and translator of the fourth edition of "The Inner Guide Meditation book" into French.

  • American author, astrologer, and osteopathic doctor since 1959. In 1949, he graduated from Penn State University and in 1959 from the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery in Des Moines, IA. He was a student of astrology from 1939 to 1979. Later, he was the President of AFA (1969-1979) and then as its third vice-president (1979-1979). He is also the …

  • Welsh poet and journalist (d. 1994).

  • American composer and guitarist

  • France sport Champion

1919 - 1910

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

  • French director and actor. He was trained at the Comedie Francaise in 1936. He was a member from 1947 to '63 and an honorary member after 1967. He was the Marigny's art director in 1964. In 1968, he replaced Dario Moreno in an emergency performance. He was also a director of many plays and performed in numerous films.

  • American military, Major General in United States Army. He died 15 March 2005.

  • Japanese mathematician (d. 2008).

  • Paris 7?me Military man

  • Argentinian bishop (d. 2012)

  • Italian university professor, linguist, and novelist. Corti was an exceptional intellectual. She moved from the obscure to the common. Corti was a fiction writer as well as an erudite researcher. She was also very active in promoting contemporary writers. She was well-received for her vivacious courses, which allowed her to alternate between writing narratives and intellectual tomes.

  • American 6' 5" tall entrepreneur and government official. Packard was a pioneer in computer and electronic technology, as well as business management in Silicon Valley. Hewlett-Packard was founded in 1939 by William Hewlett, a Stanford University student, and $538.00 from a Palo Alto garage. After World War II, the company was a pioneer in electronic instruments and testing equipment. Hewlett-Packard …

  • Italian soccer player. He died in 1966, on the 15th of May.

  • French magistrate, honorary President of the Court of Cassation. This court is one of France's last resort courts and has jurisdiction over all matters in the judicial stream.

  • Blendecques Military man

  • Police officer from Bulgaria and politician Head of State in Bulgaria

  • Bulgaria -- Partizan / Premier / President

  • United States -- 500m / 1500m speed skater (1932 Olympics - Gold Medalist)

1909 - 1900

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

  • Elia Kazan

    Turkish-born American stage and film director. He is best known for introducing Marlon brando and James Dean onto the silver screen in "A Streetcar Named Desire" (each) and "East of Eden". Before the U.S. House Committee on Un-American Activities, Kazan testified twice. He first refused to name names on 14 January 1952 and then changed his mind on 10 April …

  • Clara Calamai

    Italian actress, who shared the spotlight with rivals like Isa Miranda, Luisa Ferida, Doris Duranti and Luisa Ferida, was one of the most popular and well-known Italian actresses of the 1930s and 1940s. She was a versatile and charming actress, who appeared in comedies and dramas of the telefoni bichi style.

  • Dutch musician

  • American Astrologer, formerly a college professor and lawyer.

  • British air-marshal

  • French archaeologist, member of the French resistance during the Second World War. He was a lieutenant and was awarded the title of 'Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English : Companion to the Liberation).

  • French jewelry designer, artist and architect of iron and stone architectural ornaments. He was the founder of the Natural Structure Research Center, Paris in 1946. The studio of Jacques Couelle is his from 1960. Couelle was the teacher in the special architectural school from 1970-1975. He was also a member of the Institute and a permanent delegate at Unesco since …

  • Crab Orchard, Nebraska -- Actor (Freckles)

  • American author and illustrator who was a best-seller. She started to write and illustrate at age 10. She was already a musician, poet, and sculptor in her teens. In 1918, she married William Coombes, and they had one child. She earned her B.A. In 1931, she received her B.A. and married Marcus Reback the following year. They also had one …

  • Luneray Military man

  • Anton Cermak, an Italian-American assassin (d. 1933).

  • Novelist

  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Actor (California Straight Ahead).

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