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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on December 9th

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on December 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on December 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on December 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on December 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • He was a former French tennis player and grew up in Toulon. He was a skilled player, and his small stature earned him the nicknames "Battling Fab" and "Fabulous Fab", as well as "The Magician" from Pete Sampras.

  • German-American actor and songwriter (Green Day The Lookouts Foxboro Hot Tubs, The Network).

  • Reiko Aylesworth

    American actress

  • Australian actress, model, television presenter, lingerie designer, jewellery designer, vegetarian chef, and entrepreneur.

  • German-born American drummer (Green Day)


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on December 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • German comedian, presenter, actor. Kerkeling began his career in radio comedy, where he worked for several German broadcasting companies. Kerkeling and pianist Achim Hagemann started their own TV comedy show, Total Normal (Totally Normal), in 1989. The show, which was a satirical mockery on prime-time TV-Shows had a completely new format and won several TV prizes, including the Goldene Kamera …

  • German TV presenter

  • German TV personality and sportscaster.

  • Czechoslovakia; hockey goalie (Team Czechoslovakia Representative).

  • American singer, songwriter and musician. Bjelland was the lead singer, guitarist and songwriter for the punk rock band Babes in Toyland. They were founded in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1987. Bjelland was also involved in other musical projects, such as The Venarays and the Pagan Babies, formed in 1985 with Courtney Love.

  • Crown Princess of Japan

  • Jr., Canadian boxer


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on December 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • American singer, who belonged to the singing Osmond family and was a devout Mormon. He was the seventh child and was featured alongside his sister Marie, who was two years older than him. He was a boyish, 5'10" and 130 pounds at 21. He received screaming praise from the teenagebopper crowd.

  • French screenwriter, director and author. He is the son Louis A%0douard CarrA're and HA(c.lA)ne CarrA're d’Encausse, a French historian. CarrA"re was educated at Sciences Po's Institut d'A%0tudes Politiques de Paris. His fiction and nonfiction centers on the main themes of identity interrogation, illusion development, and direction of reality. Many of his books were made into movies; he directed the 2005 …

  • Musician

  • American singer-songwriter/producer (Chagall Guevara).


1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on December 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • American politician, a Democrat whose status changed with the resignation by Jim Jeffords. He now holds the position of the Senate Majority Leader. In the first week of June 2001 Senate control was shifted from Republicans towards Democrats. This subtle shift in power was evident.

  • Allan Jones

    English umpire and cricketer

  • Soviet-born Estonian politician

  • Athlete

  • Businessman

  • Italian-Indian wife. She was the daughter of a Turin industrialist, and she is straightforward, intelligent, and a bit introverted. Rajiv Gandhi met her when they were both Cambridge University students. They fell in love instantly and were married in New Delhi on February 25, 1968. Rahul, their son, was born in 1971. Priyanka, their daughter, was born in 1972.

  • French polar explorer, famous for his Antarctica expedition, radio show host, and environmentalist.

  • American bass player and songwriter

  • Baron Currie, Marylebone English academic and economist

  • Shatrughan Sinha

    Indian actor

  • [Hans Bouwens]; Dutch vocalist (G B Selection).

  • American producer and playwright of plays

  • Japanese mob boss

  • American politician and businessman, 57th Mayor of Pittsburgh (d.2006).

  • Neil Innes

    English actor and singer (Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, The Rutles).

  • American journalist, writer and novelist. He started his career as a sportswriter (his lifelong addiction), before moving to free-lance work in magazines. "The Selling of the President" was his first book.

  • American actor and football player. Butkus, a well-known athlete, played nine seasons with the Chicago Bears and was elected to The Hall of Fame in 1979. He began acting in the 1970s after his retirement. His roles as tough guys and athletes are often seen in TV shows.

  • Illinois, USA. NFL Hall of Fame linebacker (Chicago Bears)./Sportscaster.

  • New York, USA. Author (Sellings of the President 1968).

  • Scottish footballer and coach (d. 1997)

  • Beau Bridges

    American actor, born Lloyd Bridges to a prominent family. He is also the brother of Jeff Bridges, an eight-year-old boy. He grew up in an actor family and had some parts in the film industry, but was more interested basketball. He was too short at 5'9", to play pro ball. So he returned to film. In 1967, he made his …

  • California, USA; actor (Hotel New Hampshire, 5th Musketeer).

  • Turkish journalist and author (d.2013)

  • Japanese actress

  • American singer-songwriter/guitarist (The Charlatans, The Acoustic Warriors).


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on December 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • American romantic novelist, Bertrice Small is best known for her Skye O'Malley books. Bertrice Small was born in Manhattan and has lived on her beloved eastern Long Island home for 26 years. She is a Sagittarian and married to a Pisces with an Aries child. Pookie, Honeybun, and Finnegan are her greatest passions; Nicki, an elderly cockatiel, whistles at the …

  • Young Adult Author

  • American actor

  • Judi Dench

    British actress, who won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar as well as a Tony Award for her title role in "Iris." She is well-known for her great classical roles but she's equally good at comedy on TV sitcoms. Queen Elizabeth II made her Dame Judi in 1999.

  • American artist and sculptor. He is a proponent of Minimalism. McCracken started his career as an artist after he graduated from the California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, California. McCracken felt constrained by his choice medium and turned to sculpture to achieve a more 3-dimensional effect. His signature work, the plank (which he uses to create basic or neutral …

  • Plainfield, New Jersey -- Decathelete (1956 Olympics-Gold Medalist)

  • English actress

  • Tennessee, USA; blues singer ("In My Younger Days").

  • American cartoonist. He earned a Ph.D. from history and had three careers, including one as an educator in college, one as a dropout and mock-hippie-guru (San Francisco), and one as semi-respectable businessman. Since 1973, he has been a syndicated cartoonist and author. Brilliant was a brilliant cartoonist and author. He had a great IQ and a funny sense of humor. …

  • American decathlon champion and Olympic track & fields gold medalist. He won the gold medal at the 1956 Olympic games and the silver medal at the 1952 games.

  • Academic and philologist from Estonian-Canadian

  • American sergeant and golfer (d.2008)

  • Jr. American actor, singer-songwriter and talk show host (d. 2001).

  • American jazz trumpeter and musician. First established as a hard bopper in the late aEUR(tm)50s-earlyaEUR(tm)60s, ByrdaEUR(tm)s striking technique and opulent tones made him stand out from his fellow jazzmen.

  • Belgium sport Champion

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1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on December 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • American actor/director (Husbands Dirty Dozen), has died at the age of 59 (born in 1929).

  • The leader of the Australian Labor Party was sworn into office as Prime Minister on 3/11/1983. He succeeded John Malcolm Fraser. After a rise in popularity and an economic recovery, he was re-elected on 12/01/1984. His candor markedly distinguished him from the previous administration and the conservative Liberal Party.

  • American educator, died from Alzheimer's disease at 65 years old, Ann Arbor, MI, 5/28/1995, 3.00 PM EDT.

  • Composer

  • L Hawke (Labour); Prime Minster Australia (1983-91).

  • New York, USA. Actor (Tom Bradford – Eight is Enough).

  • Belgian race car driver

  • American educator and author

  • Dina Merrill

    American actress, model, and socialite, Marjorie Meriweather Post is Edward F. Hutton's daughter. Her films include "The Sundowners", 1959, "The Courtship Of Eddie's Father," 1963, and "The Pleasure Seekers", 1964.

  • She was once the wife of Rock Hudson, an American celebrity married. The secret marriage took place on 11/09/1955 and lasted three years.

  • Turkish screenwriter and director producer (d. 2006).

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

  • Entertainer

  • Redd Foxx

    American comedian and actor. Foxx is known for his raucous black comedy and how he brought it into mainstream American culture through the sitcom "Sanford and Son." Foxx's father left him when he was four years old. Foxx's father left him, his elder brother, and his mother without a home. Foxx, a mischievous child was expelled once for throwing a …

  • Italian politician, President Of Italy. Ciampi was a member of the Italian Army from 1941-1944. He also served as an inspector and administrator in several branches of Banca d'Italia between 1946-1960. From 1979 to 1993, he was an economist in the research section, rising to the position of chief of the research division, and becoming secretary-general, director-general, and director-general, of …

  • Italian race car driver and motorcycle racer (d. 2007).

  • French official, honorary curator of BibliothA'que nationale de France

  • President of the Italian Republic

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on December 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • American physical chemist, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry 1976 for his research on the structure of boron compounds, and the general nature and mechanism of chemical bonding.

  • Indian singer-songwriter (d. 2013)

  • Chambon-la-For?t Military man

  • American business executive: President, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Phillips Petroleum Co. Died November 13, 1999.

  • Actress from Ireland-English (d. 2012).

  • French novelist and journalist, Jean Delion also wrote under the pseudonyms Raf Vallet and Jean Delion.

  • American spy who rose to a powerful position in CIA Counter-Intelligence, where he instigated witch hunts. He was a complex and divisive person, obsessed and suspicious. In the 1960s and 1970s, he became more paranoid and involved deeply in notorious CIA investigations.

  • American physicist, academic Nobel Prize laureate

  • Kirk Douglas

    American actor. He has appeared in 82 films, including westerns, thrillers, and costume epics. He was nominated for Best Actor in "Champion," “Lust for Life,” and “The Bad and the Beautiful.” For his efforts as a U.S. goodwill ambassador, he was awarded the Life Achievement Award of American Film Institute and the Chevalier of French Legion of Honor.

  • Jr. American soldier journalist, author (d. 2002).

  • American author (d. 2002)

  • French criminologist, author of many books, including Droit pA(c).nal et sociologie criminelle [Criminal law & sociology] (1956) as well as "Les Prisons? (Que sais-je?)". (1968).

  • German / Swiss architect / writer (Mozart biog)

  • After her 1938 debut, she was a German singer with Berlin City Opera. Her flawless voice and impeccable pitch won her international fame after World War II. She was a perfect fit for roles in Mozart and Strauss.

  • American author (d. 2000)

  • Serbian painter, illustrator (d.2009)

  • Spanish feminist for socialism, and sexual revolution. She was born to her mother and raised as a role model for the future woman. When she was eight years old, she spoke six languages and finished high school. She was also a leader in the Spanish Socialist Workers Party and later the Federal Party. Her mother, who was then 17 years …

  • American actress (d.2010)

  • Norwegian lieutenant (d. 1996)

  • South African musician and artist. He is known as the founder of social realism and urban black art. His exhibitions have been held in Paris, Stockholm and Venice, Washington, Senegal, as well as South Africa.

  • American politician and five-time Speaker in the House. A cheerfully rumpled example of old-fashioned Democratic politics. The homespun, streetwise philosopher was most well-known for his record of more than 50 years in federal and local government with no political defeats. He created a strategy of inclusion, replacing committee barons and legislative causes with task forces that would advocate for the …


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on December 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • Italian actresses on the stage and in film.

  • New York; actor (Ghost Story).

  • Douglas Fairbanks

    Douglas Fairbanks Sr.'s son was an American actor. He is also a well-known family member. He made his film debut at 13 and continued acting until 1951 when he moved into production. Fairbanks was forced to make his way in the Hollywood jungle by taking on small roles and writing titles for silent movies. Fairbanks never wanted to be like …

  • French novelist and founder of the periodical "A%0crits de France", played an important role in international cultural interchanges.

  • American computer scientist and admiral designed COBOL (d. 1992).

  • Dutch singer.

  • American computer scientist and United States Navy rear Admiral. She was a pioneer in this field. She was among the first to program the Harvard Mark I computer and also invented the first compiler for a computer-programming language. Her popularity of machine-independent programming languages led to the creation of COBOL, one the most popular modern programming languages. Her popularity of …

  • Cleveland, Ohio -- Orchestra leader (started Merv Griffin)

  • French writer and novelist. He died in 1995, on the 9th of June.

  • American screenwriter and novelist. He wrote films such as Roman Holiday, Exodus and Spartacus. He was one of the Hollywood Ten and refused to testify in 1947 before the House Un-American Activities Committee. This was during an investigation into Communist influences in the motion pictures industry. The industry then blacklisted him. His clandestine work continued, and he won two Academy …

  • He was a well-known Mexican pilot and national hero. He was nicknamed the "Lindbergh" of Mexico. He was returning from a historic goodwill fly from Mexico City to America when he was struck by lightning.

  • French pioneering aviator and hero, who is revered in France and Argentina, where there are many schools named after him.

  • Yugoslavian/austrian writer, playwright, philosopher, critic.

  • Actress (Sally Of Sawdust, America) dies at 89

  • Author and playwright from Hungary (d. 1938).

  • Hungarian-born writer (d. 1938)

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