List of celebrities and famous people who were born on April 9th
Famous birthdays on April 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102014
Famous birthdays on April 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002005
American infanticide victim. She was killed with Rachel Entwistle in January 2006.
American celebrity family: The daughter of actor Ben Stiller, Christine Taylor, and her husband, was born via c-section.
The son of Johnny Depp, and Vanessa Paradis.
Jackie Evancho is an American singer known for her exceptional vocal talent and for gaining widespread recognition as a child prodigy on the reality TV show America's Got Talent.
Famous birthdays on April 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Isaac Hempstead-Wright is a British actor known for his role as Bran Stark in the popular TV series Game of Thrones.
Elle Fanning is an American movie actress known for her roles in films such as Maleficent and The Neon Demon.
American soccer player
Croatian basketball player
Rayane Bensetti is a French TV actor known for his role in the TV series Clem.
Chrish Guerra is a former Vine star known for his comedic skits and lip-sync videos.
Max Jr is a Vine star known for his comedic skits and videos that gained him a large following on the platform.
Marine Vacth is a French actress known for her roles in films such as Young & Beautiful and Double Lover.
American synchronized swimmer
American actress. She is best known for her role as Bella Swan, the protagonist in The Twilight Saga, which was released in 2008aEUR'12. It has grossed more than $3.3 billion globally. She is the face for Chanel and Balenciaga fashion labels.
Ram Bahadur Bomjon is a Nepalese spiritual leader who gained international attention in 2005 for reportedly meditating without food or water for several months.
Famous birthdays on April 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American figure skater
Swara Bhaskar is an Indian actress known for her work in Bollywood films and her outspoken views on social and social issues.
South Korean singer dancer and actress (After School)
Jesse McCartney is an American actor and singer known for his roles in television shows and for his music career.
American R&B singer
French international footballer, midfielder. He plays for Paris-Saint-Germain, in Ligue 1, and for the French team. He is described as "fierce, strong tackler".
American singer ("Escape the Fate")
Leighton Meester is an American actress and singer, best known for her role as Blair Waldorf in the television series Gossip Girl.
American producer and singer-songwriter
American football player
Japanese singer and actor (NEWS Kitty GYM, ShAji To Akira).
American baseball player
Canadian/Hong Kong actress, singer
Canadian baseball player
American soccer player.
American football player
Jay Baruchel is a Canadian actor known for his roles in popular comedies such as 'Knocked Up' and 'This Is the End'.
Costa Rican footballer
Costa Rican footballer
American homicide. Dylan Klebold, his partner, shot and bombed Columbine High School. The two teens opened fire on Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado with a semiautomatic rifle and two sawed-off shotguns. The 18-year-old boys killed 15 people, wounded many more, and then committed suicide.
Model and actress from Israel
Albert Hammond Jr is a musician best known as the guitarist for the rock band The Strokes.
German singer, rapper, songwriter and producer
American screenwriter and actress
Kendal Sheppard is best known for appearing on the reality TV show 'The Challenge'.
Yoanna House is an American model and actress, best known for winning the second cycle of America's Next Top Model.
French actress and gymnast
South Korean singer and actress
American musician and fashion designer. He is a guitarist and keyboard player for The Strokes, an indie rock band.
Maryland's rhythmic gymnast (US Team-1996)
Famous birthdays on April 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
French professional footballer, who plays as a defensive middlefielder for FC Dallas in Major League Soccer.
Keshia Knight-Pulliam is an American actress known for her role as Rudy Huxtable on The Cosby Show.
Katsuni is a French adult film actress known for her work in the adult entertainment industry.
American child actress, who is best known for her role as Rudy on "The Bill Cosby Show," a top-rated television series. She is the oldest of her four children and currently studies sociology at Atlanta's Spelman College. Her parents were very strict with her, requiring her to do household chores. They also did not allow her stardom or fame to …
Jr. American singer-songwriter/guitarist (The Strokes).
French porn actress and director
American porn actor
American football player
Puerto Rican diver
New Jersey; actress (Rudy-Crosby).
Actor and lawyer in English
Russian actress and singer Nu Virgos
Rachel Stevens is an English singer known for being a member of the pop group S Club 7.
French track and field athlete who competes internationally in the 400m hurdles as well as in the 4x400m relay. At the 2003 World Championships, Paris, he won the gold medal in the 4x400m relay. He won the bronze medal in the 400m hurdles at the 2004 Olympic Games. He also won a gold and a bronze medal at the European …
American Peace Corps member stationed in Bolivia. He sent his brother, aged 11, an email on 1/31/2001 stating that "Things are okay. No girl, no enough work and no sports." He was never heard from again after the meeting with his supervisor in La Paz, February 22. FBI was involved in the investigation and sent four agents to search for …
American singer (My Chemical Romance).
American screenwriter and actor
American baseball player and sportscaster
Eddie Elisma is a retired professional basketball player known for his career in the Philippine Basketball Association.
TV Show Host
American screenwriter and director
American porn producer and director
Russian serial killer
Maine, USA; Miss Maine-America (1996).
tackle (San Diego Chargers).
Canadian screenwriter and producer of actor
Kick-boxer and German-Japanese martial artist
As: soccer player (MVV).
Canadian amateur musician and driver in automobile racing. He was born in the Canadian city of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, to aspiring Formula One driver Gilles Villeneuve and his wife Joann. Villeneuve was actually born in Canada but was raised in Monaco. Villeneuve, then eleven years old was killed in a collision with JochenMass during the qualifying session at Zolder for the …
Age 17 - Breaking the youngest Olympic record (1988 Olympics).
Belgian journalist and author
Manager and footballer from Ireland
Hawaii, United States -- Actor. (Austin Reed Days of Our Lives).
Manager and English footballer
New York, USA. 105.5 lb/48 kg greco-roman wrestler (Olympics 1996).
NFL guard (Arizona Cardinals).
NFL center (Indianapolis Colts).
wide receiver (Cincinnati Bengals).
South Africa; NHL goalie (Team Germany, Washington Capitals).
California, USA: Free pistol (Olympics 1996).
Famous birthdays on April 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Rower (1996 Olympics- Silver Medalist).
Actor and singer from the Philippines
Tianjin, China -- US table tennis player (1996 Olympics)
French athlete, a judo champion. At the age of ten, she began judo.
Jay Chandrasekhar is an American actor, comedian, and filmmaker, best known for his work as a member of the comedy troupe Broken Lizard and for directing the cult classic film Super Troopers.
Nebraska, USA. 125.5 pounds/57kg freestyle wrestling wrestler/identical twin to Tom (Olympics 1996).
American homicide: He was shot to death by Amy Bishop, his sister aged 20, on December 6, 1986. According to a Boston Globe report, he was declared dead at Quincy, MA hospital, "approximately 46 mins after the shooting." Based mainly on the testimony of the mother of the children, the death was ruled accidental.
Translator and politician in German-English
Robin Wright is an actress known for her roles in House of Cards and The Princess Bride.
Cynthia Nixon is an American actress best known for her role as Miranda Hobbes in the TV series Sex and the City.
Prostejov -- Czechoslovakia -- Model. (Playboy-Aug. 87).
in Italy; tennis star.
Canadian-American ice hockey coach and player
American Olympic swimmer, who led the American Olympic men’s relay team to Gold Medals. Heath was a high-ranking swimmer at Highland Park High School, Dallas. He was a member of Randy Reese’s swim club at Florida University in Gainsville and was disciplined for the Olympic freestyle race. In the 200-yard freestyle, he won his first NCAA title. To get ready …
American actor (d.2013)
German-American football player
American actress and journalist
South Australia; Australasia golfer.
Canadian politician and businessman, 9th Canadian Minister for Intergovernmental Affairs
Japanese composer and pianist
American fashion designer
American politician and journalist
American production designer and illustrator
Ukrainian screenwriter and producer of director films
American basketball coach and sportscaster
English field hockey player
Nunn; NFL defensive End (Indianapolis Colts).
Ireland; rock keyboardist (Marillion, "Real to Reel")
Canadian-American hockey and baseball player
Irish keyboard player (Marillion, DeeExpus).
Ontario, Canada; pitcher (Chicago White Sox).
Estonian politician and educator Minister of Social Affairs of Estonia
Famous birthdays on April 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Oklahoma, USA. Country singer (Restless Heart-"Wheels")
Shadow Secretary of State for Defence, an English politician and businessman
English journalist and author
French composer and musician of Armenian descent. Since 2002, he has been a member of the jury for the TV series "Nouvelle Star", with Sinclair, Elodie FrA (c)gA (c) and Yarol Puupaud.
Spanish golfer and one of the greatest European players ever to play the game. Ballesteros won the Masters Tournament title in 1980 and 1983. He has won over 60 tournaments in his entire career. His "trouble shot" and velvet touch on the green are his keys to success. Ballesteros is a friendly, swashbuckling man. His career was halted by the …
Belgian fashion designer
Puerto Rico; Spanish singer.
Argentinian coach and footballer
Academic and paleontologist from Scotland-English
Russian coach and ice dancer
French politician and film director of Algerian descent. Her films on the French North African immigrant community are well-known.
American comedian Jimmy Tingle was born in Cambridge, MA. His early surroundings are what gave him his talent for the absurd and his humorous wit. The country's rich social, political, and economic diversity has provided him with plenty of material for his comedy sketches. He started his career as an open mic host and has been on TV for "The …
Dennis Quaid is an American actor known for his roles in popular films such as The Parent Trap, The Rookie, and The Day After Tomorrow.
Shirley Temple Black's second child, she is an American celebrity. She is slim and dark-haired and has been a freelance photographer as well as a bass player for "The Melvins," a San Francisco rock band.
Texas, USA; actor.
American journalist and author
French urban planner and architect. His design of the French National Library made him famous. He was awarded the Silver medal in town planning in 1992 and 1996, as well as the Mies van den Rohe Prize in 1996. He was awarded the French Academy of Architecture's gold medal in 2010 for his entire work.
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
German psychologist, family and reincarnation therapist, as well as a professional astrologer. In 1983, he conducted scientific research about the Gauquelin findings. His interests include rhythm-analysis and the psychology of organisation. He advocates a psychologically oriented astrology that integrates the family history.
New York, USA: Country singer "Small Town Saturday Night".
English singer-songwriter and pianist
French politician who served as Minister of Finance in France since 2014. From 1992 to 1993, he served as Minister Finance. He was also Minister of Civil Service between 2000 and 2002 and Minister for Labour between 2012 and 2014. Sapin is a Socialist and has served as a member of France's National Assembly.
Magnar Am is a Norwegian composer known for his contributions to contemporary classical music.
American homicide victim. She was murdered at 9:00 PM on October 26, 1991, Medford, MA. Edmund, her husband, fled with their two children to a relative's home. He was arrested and found guilty on 8/26/1994.
Greek actress and singer
Italian radio host and TV presenter.
American CEO and manager of A.H. Belo Texas Media empire. Decherd received an AB degree in American History from college.
French chef with three Michelin Stars
American activist and Reverend Minister, he is the director of Boston's Ten Point Coalition field operations and the project director for Boston Freedom Summer. He is a Harvard graduate and was previously a fellow at the Center for the Study of Values in Public Life, Harvard Divinity School.
Texas, USA; astronaut
Pennsylvania, USA; actor.
Actor White Night, dies from an allergic reaction at 38
Famous birthdays on April 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Rock vocalist (Sha Na Na)
French director and playwright. Koltes is best known for his plays The Night Just Before the Forests (1976), Sallinger (1977), and In the Solitude of Cotton Fields(Dans la Solitude des Champs de Coton 1986). Koltes also translated French Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale into French. He felt like other absurdist writers and was exiled "aEUR" as a gay man living in …
Massachusetts, USA; rock vocalist (Sha Na Na).
Italian pop singer, whose career spans more than 40 years. In 1966, her first single "Ragazzo triste" was released. It was also the first time that pop music was broadcast on Vatican Radio. She participated for the eighth consecutive year in the Italian song contest, Sanremo Music Festival 2011.
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Italian academic and economist
Scottish politician and activist
English footballer coach and manger
American baseball player
Norwegian businessman and shipowner. He was joined by his cousin MortenSig in 1976. Bergesen took over as the leader of Bergesen d.y. After his grandfather, Sigval Bergesen.
Oklahoma, USA; Country singer.
American drummer (Stuff steps Ahead and Sunlightsquare).
American sports journalist
American baseball umpire and player
German shot putter
California, USA; rock drummer. (The Byrds and Gene Clark Group).
French ballet dancer. He was a member the Paris Opera Ballet and was Premier Danseur in 1964, and Danseur Etoile 1965. Bonnefous was the principal of New York City Ballet from 1970 to 1964.
Italian baritone who made his debut in 1969. He was the son of Ettore Desderi and was an accomplished performer who preferred comedic roles.
Bourg en Bresse Dancers
American producer and singer (Terry Knight and the Pack), (d. 2004).
New York, USA. Actor (Jamie Wild in the Sky).
Hillard; american politician (Representative-Democrat-Alabama).
American actor in theatre, film, and television. He was born into a theatre family and made his Broadway debut at the age of 7. His 492 performances in The Member of the Wedding made him a national star.
Holds 9 world titles
American computer programmer and research director at ACS. He was also the winner of the 1976 Cambridge Circle Prize for the best work in the field.
Scottish actress, who has won a Gold Medal at RADA in 1962 for her work on radio, TV and theatre. Gordon was a strong influence on TV and stage, bringing great charm and depth to her characters. She made her TV debut in 1965, and was often seen in suburban middle-class roles.
Actor from South Korea (d. 1985).
Canadian-American ice hockey coach and player (d. 2015).
Famous birthdays on April 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American professional football player who played tight-end for five seasons with the Minnesota Vikings.
USA; actress (Olivia Waltons, Nurse).
Russian politician and businessman, 30th Prime Minister Russia (d.2010)
American singer (d. 1998)
British television host, and pioneer of the children's program "Blue Peter," Over a 38-year period, she was one of 25 presenters on the shows. She appeared from September 1962 to September 1972. Singleton left Radio 4's "PM", in April 1993, and took up the role of TV quiz host. An OBE broadcasting award was presented to Singleton.
Canadian producer and screenwriter
United Kingdom -- Sci-fi author (Collision Course)
Baron Brown of Eaton-under-Heywood English judge and lieutenant lawyer
British journalist, author of science fiction novels. His first book, "The Rod of Light", was published in 1958. Although his work isn't for everyone, it has been called "absurist space opera" and incorporates metaphysical themes. He was a columnist, journalist, and a coalminer. He won the British Science Fiction Association's Best Short Fiction Award for 1997 with "A Crab Must …
American militant lesbian feminist and founder of the Society for Cutting Up Men, (SCUM), and frustrated author of radical "S.C.U.M. Manifesto." In 1968, Andy Warhol was her pop star. She made her famous.
Italian teacher and prosecutor attorney. He was involved in many famous cases such as the ones of Aldo Moro or Sindona. He had extraordinary memories and paranormal intuition. On 10/11/1983, his brother was assassinated. He was elected Senator on October 14, 1987.
American waiter who dealt a bit of marijuana and ran a 1-900 phone number for sex.
Polish pianist composer and conductor
British foreign affairs minister (Papua New Guinea).
Joseph Fritzl is known for imprisoning and abusing his daughter in a concealed basement for 24 years.
Finnish composer and academic
Illinois, USA; comedy (My Mother the Car).
American artist, painter and noted family. Daughter of artist Henriette Wyeth and Peter Hurd; married artist Peter Rogers; niece to artist Andrew Wyeth. Her childhood was dominated by horses at the Hurd ranch. At five years old, she began drawing horses. CarolaEUR(tm), a CarolaEUR(tm), continues to love the horse as an important image.
American actor (Born 1935).
New Zealand politician and surveyor 38th Minister of Finance
American mathematician and professor emeritus of mathematics, University of California, Berkeley
Russian high jumper
Australian motorcycle racer (d. 1962)
French actor, hailed as the new anti-hero of cinema in 1957 after he was a huge success in "A Bout de Souffle." He is a former boxer with a rough face, including a broken nose and a rakish smile. His films feature mostly semi-serious adventures in which he plays either a caring blackguard or a well-mannered criminal. He has been …
Actresses (Fistful Of Dollars) die at 61
Swiss journalist and photographer (d. 2014).
American Astrologer is known for being the foremost authority on Fixed Stars. Diana is the NCGR Journal's copy editor and vice-president of NCGR’s Uranian Society Uranian /Cosmobiology SectionIG. She is a faculty member of UAC and NCGR. She has also written articles for Ingress, Heliogram and Memberletter as well as American Astrology and Dell Horoscope magazines. She is also the …
Translator / navigator
Professor of Public Policy, Strathclyde University
Italian actor, well-known in Italy with films such as "Pour Une poignA(c),e de Dollars," and "laEUR(tm),Affaire Mattei" ("Le Christ saEUR (tm)est ArAatA(c), A Eboli”).
Swiss musician, Basel theatre music director, conductor of L'orchestre de la Suise Romande and Lausanne chamber orchestra.
American editor and publisher of "The Realist", 1958-1974. This was the first underground journal that managed to shock and excite his readers with its political scurrility and social iconoclasm.
American civil rights leader and "Godfather" of the Latino Movement in the United States. He is credited with creating many civic institutions and bringing Latino concerns into the center of the U.S. political scene. From 1975 to 1982, he was California's Secretary for Health and Welfare.
Canadian politician and lawyer 26th Premier of New Brunswick
Director (Farmington Institute for Christian Studies).
USA; sports author (They Also Served The Big E).
American financial accountant and CEO at Commonwealth Energy Systems. Anderson holds a BBA degree in accounting.
Italian documentary filmmaker. He is best known for his films "The Lost Continent", 1954, and "The Last Paradise," 1956, which were both awarded.
American chemist and academic (d. 2007.)
McCain Foods was founded by a Canadian businessman (d. 2011).
American chemist (d.2007)
Author and Canadian-American psychotherapist (d. 2014).
Italian politician. He was a foreign minister from Italy who resigned in 2001 after months of conflict with P.M. Silvio Bernlusconi's center-right government. He claimed that the government had undermined the launch of euro and European unity in general. Berlusconi and Ruggiero have had conflicts over European policies. The former was promoted to minister by Gianni Agnelli, an industrialist who …
Famous birthdays on April 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Indian sarod scholar and player (d. 2008).
President (Brooklyn Academy of Music).
Terrorists killed an Italian lawyer who was serving as a jurist on 7/10/1976.
American academic and author
American basketball player, who played for 10 seasons starting in 1950.
Floyd D. Spence was an American politician who served as a Representative for South Carolina. He is mostly known for his advocacy for a strong national defense and his work on military and veterans' issues.
British senior civil servant
French restaurant executive. He is a married man with three children.
Italian actor and dubber in film, who has been in more than 100 films since 1949.
Hefner, an American entrepreneur, is a film producer, publisher, music publisher, book editor, and owner of a record label, theaters and model agency. He also owns a gambling casino, limo service, and bunny paraphernalia. Playboy magazine was founded by Hefner in 1953 using $600 borrowed to pay for his wedding furniture. He founded the Chicago Playboy Club in 1960. By …
Graham Hills principal of Strathclyde University is best known for his contributions to higher education and his leadership in the academic community.
American politician (Senator-Republican-Pennsylvania).
Illinois, USA; magazine publisher ("Playboy").
French ecclesiastic. A Roman Catholic priest and Cardinal from Lyon.
vice CEO (N M Rothschild).
American actress, singer, and dancer
American astrologer, who published "Sun Signs," 1968, the bestseller, and brought astrology to the masses. Her second book, "Love Signs," was a paperback and sold for $2.25million in 1978.
Belgium sport Champion
American author and historian (d. 2006).
American family of note, Henry Ford's son from a private affair.
German activist and author (d. 2005).
Roman Catholic bishop (Hallam).
Spanish clairvoyant, famous.
Head of British diplomatic service
French executive administrator for auto racing. He worked for Robert Hersant as a journalist in "L'Auto-Journal" after the war. Max Mosley succeeded him as president of the "FA(c]dA(c]ration Internationale de l'Automobile".
He is an Israeli diplomat, author, and politician. Between 1978 and 1983, he was the fifth president of Israel as a member the Alignment party's center-left. He was the first Israeli president born in Jerusalem. This was at the time when he was part of the British Mandate in Palestine. All previous presidents were born in Russia and made aliyah …
American actor (Born in 1921)
New York; actor (Tom Corbett Space Cadet).
He was an Italian impresario and showman.
Norway, Michigan -- Jazz accordionist (Chicago Jazz)
English bicycle designer (folding bicycle).
Professor of Law (Glasgow University).
Racine, Wisconsin -- Boxing coach (1956 Olympics)
Famous birthdays on April 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Eckert co-inventor of the first electronic computer-ENIAC.
American computer pioneer (d. 1995).
The ENIAC was invented by an American engineer (d. 1995).
Jorn Utzon was a Danish architect best known for designing the Sydney Opera House.
The Sydney Opera House was designed by a Danish architect (d.2008).
Danish architect (d.2008)
Irish horse trainer (Born1917)
American actor and producer (d.2002)
German essayist, lyricist, writer, adaptor, and narrative writer (b. 1917)
Manager and footballer from Wales (d. 2005).
Le Havre Military man
American banker, president security pacific bank, was married once and had three children.
Brazilian politician, educator, businessman and military figure. On September 5, 1990, he died.
French actor in "Is Paris Burning?" "Grand Prix" & "Shoot the Piano Player" Remy died 1/26/1967, Paris.
Canadian politician and lawyer, 20th Premier of Quebec (d.68).
Italian businessman and director, who was also the general manager for Alfa Romeo's auto company in 1962.
France sport Champion
CEO (Boosey and Hawkes).
French actress on stage and in film, who was killed in Paris 25 July 2006.
Actress from Greece (d.2010)
Ukrainian-German academic and author (d. 1997).
Russian author (d. 1997)
French politician, professor, and assistant prosecutor at Nuremberg Tribunal
French lawyer and politician. He is the twin brother to Paul Coste-Floret.
Sevres (France) -- Actor (Grand Prix Gigot, Train).
Ecuadorian social realist novelist and short story writer, poet, essayist.
Besan?on Military man
American politician and lawyer, 4th Secretary of Health and Human Services in the United States
Weatherford, Texas -- Actress
Famous birthdays on April 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Australian ballet dancer, choreographer and actor. He began dancing at the age of five and has been performing since he was 11. He toured Australia with musicals, plays and comedies after 1927. In December 1932, he moved to London to join the corp-deballet of Sadler's Wells Co.
Hungarian / French painter / author (Op Art)
Actress (Tale of 2 Cities - Camille, Java Head).
Norwegian journalist, novelist, translator, and children's writer.
American screenwriter and author (d. 1980).
French actor in TV, film and theatre, as well as a dubber who played many background roles on the screen.
French actor who also contributed his voice to the dubbing of many movies.
German Nazi military, Waffen-SS.
Hungarian-American composer and conductor (d. 1988).
Belgian author, teacher, literary critic and poet who also wrote autobiographical travel stories.
Budapest, Hungary -- Conductor (Dresden Opera 1928-29
"Hugh" Gaitskell Member, Parliament (Labour Party).
American politician, Senator from Arkansas.
Fulbright; American politician (Senator-Democrat-Arkansas).
Astrologer from Austria introduces planetary distances.
American Astrologer joined AFA in 1971.
Norwegian politician and Norwegian physician.
Iowa, United States -- Actor
American singer-trumpet player and bandleader (d. 1972).
Actor (Wagon Train), suffers a heart attack at the age of 57
American endocrinologist, whose research on the antifertility effects of steroids led the development of the first effective birth control pill.
Germany Military man
French naturalist, explorer and scholar of humanism. He was Professor at the Museum national d'Histoire naturelle.
American actor and director (d. 1960).
Canadian author and historian (d. 1979).
Staten Island, New York -- Actor (Hey Jeannie, Top Cop, Girl Habit)