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

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on January 9th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010


2009 - 2000

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

  • Deshae Frost is a popular comedian known for his humorous skits and vlogs on social media platforms like Instagram and YouTube.

  • Instagram Star

1999 - 1990

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

  • Brent Rivera is a social media personality known for his comedic skits and vlogs on platforms like Vine and YouTube.

  • Kerris Dorsey

    TV Actress

  • Nicola Peltz

    Nicola Peltz is an American actress known for her roles in movies such as 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' and 'The Last Airbender'.

  • Marcus Perez, also known as Marky, is a social media influencer and comedian who gained fame on the now-defunct platform Vine for his humorous and relatable content.

  • TV Actress

  • English long jumper and the heptathlete

  • Kayo Miyamoto's Japanese-born daughter is a TV and radio reporter. Her mother kept her job through her pregnancy and did a birth documentary. This was the first Japanese-produced documentary of this kind. The show aired on 1/18/1993, when Takima was just nine days old.

  • French-Algerian Progeria Sufferer. She was the third child of Philippe Durel and Sabrina Durel. She died from the disease on September 18, 2008.


1989 - 1980

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

  • Kate Middleton is a member of the British royal family and is mostly known for her marriage to Prince William, Duke of Cambridge.

  • Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, is a member of the British royal family and is mostly known for her marriage to Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and her charitable work.

  • She was born to British royalty and became the Duchess Of Cambridge after marrying Prince William, grandson, Queen Elizabeth II, and son, Prince Charles.

  • American basketball player

  • Icelandic footballer


1979 - 1970

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

  • Omari Hardwick

    Omari Hardwick is a TV actor best known for his role as James 'Ghost' St. Patrick on the hit series Power.

  • Indian Bollywood actor, director, producer, and singer.

  • NFL offensive tackle (Pittsburgh Steelers).

  • Franco-Italian system engineer, who has been working with many European countries since 2009 by providing information about more than 130,000 suspected tax evaders having Swiss bank accounts - mainly those with accounts at HSBC Private Bank (which is large UK-based bank).

  • French sailor and skipper of PRB, 60-foot monohull. He was awarded the VendA(c),e Globe 2004 edition.

  • Professional BMX Rider

  • American author and producer of video games

  • Mississippi, USA; pitcher (Florida Marlins).

  • She is a pop singer and lyricist. Born to a Belgian father, and a Sicilian mom, she also holds Canadian citizenship. Fabiano is the name she took from one of her uncles in Italy. She also removed the last O. So Lara Fabian began to sing with her mentor, the author-singer-composer Rick Allison.

  • Italian keyboard player and songwriter (Rhapsody of Fire).

  • American rapper

  • Texas, USA; WPVA volleyball player (Deerfield-25th-1995).

1969 - 1960

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

  • American homicide. Sentenced to two consecutive life sentences in Walpole state prison on 4/29/1994. He was convicted of November 1992 murders of his 17-month-old son and wife. His wife Sherri was stabbed more than 50 times. 40 of these wounds were sustained while she tried to protect her baby and herself. He was furious after a heated argument in which …

  • Italian ballerina.

  • Dominican / US pitcher (Houston Astros).

  • Ice hockey defenseman (Finland, Olympics - 1998)

  • Dave Matthews

    Dave Matthews is a South African-born American rock singer, best known as the lead vocalist and guitarist for the Dave Matthews Band.

  • British Columbia, Canada. NHL defenseman (Calgary Flames).

  • Adua Pavarotti, a noted Italian family, is the daughter of Luciano Pavarotti and Luciano Pavarotti. Her parents divorced in 1996. She was diagnosed with myasthenia Gravis at age 17. This is a condition that causes muscle weakness, fatigue, and difficulty swallowing. After surgery to remove her thyroid gland, she is now on medication and in complete remission.

  • Ontario, Canada; NHL Center (Pittsburgh Penguins).

  • American basketball player, a guard. He played professional basketball between 1987 and 2001. He was a part of 16 NBA Playoff games. He is only 5'3" and 136 pounds. He holds many records for the Charlotte Hornets franchise.

  • Joely Richardson is an English actress known for her roles in TV series such as Nip/Tuck and The Tudors, as well as films like 101 Dalmatians.

  • Joely Richardson

    Joely Richardson is an English actress known for her roles in TV series such as Nip/Tuck and The Tudors, as well as films like 101 Dalmatians.

  • hockey defenseman (Team Japan 1998).

  • Australian-born American football player

  • French man suspect of killing all his family members (his wife and four children) at their home in Nantes. He then vanished.

  • French football/soccer striker, who played in Ligue 1 for 455 games and scored 130 goals representing six teams, mainly Sochaux, Toulouse and Sochaux, over a 17-year career.

  • American producer and screenwriter

  • Filipino journalist


1959 - 1950

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

  • An indigenous Guatemalan woman of the K'iche' tribe. MenchAo's life has been dedicated to the promotion of indigenous rights and the public awareness of the plights of Guatemala's indigenous peoples after and during the Guatemalan Civil War (1960aEUR“1996). In 1998, she was awarded the Prince of Asturias Award and the Nobel Peace Prize in 1992. She is the subject and …

  • Romanian musician

  • American baseball player

  • Lucien BarriA're, a French heiress and casino group founder Lucien BarriA", is her adoptive father.

  • American singer (L.A. Guns)

  • American homicide. He ambushed Donald Simpson around 10:00 PM CDT with Tom Cross. Simpson was killed when the cowboy boots kicked him repeatedly. They mistakenly believed Simpson was Hilst, their twin brother. Both men were freed despite the testimony of witnesses.

  • French caricaturist and cartoonist, whose work was published from the late 1990s in French satirical weekly magazine, Charlie Hebdo.

  • French comics artist and author. Lucien is his most well-known character. He was first created in 1979. Lucien is a Malakoff rocker with a large pompadour and a cone in his face.

  • American politician, United States Congressman of Massachusetts

  • Music Producer

  • Economist

  • American politician, sworn into office as a Dem. Member of the House of Representatives in January 1999, taking over the seat left vacant by Joseph P. Kennedy II. He is a bold personality who can sometimes be rough around the edges. However, he has the appearance of a friendly, big football player. He was the Mayor of Somerville in Massachusetts. …

  • American country-western singer, Loretta Lynn's sister. She was the youngest of eight children in the family. At 16 she toured with Loretta & Conway and at 19 her first Decca album, "I Cried", reached the top of the country charts. Her debut album, "Crystal Gayle", was a huge success. It saw her pop-country morph into massive hits. She was the …

  • French politician who served as Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries between 2007 and 2009. He was elected to the European Parliament in 2004. He helped Jean-Claude Killy to organize the 1992 Olympic Games in Albertville.

  • American basketball coach and player

  • USA; Country singer "Don't it turn my brown eyes blue?"

  • David Johansen

    [Buster Poindexter] in New York; singer ("Hot! Hot! Hot! ").

  • [Buster Poindexter] in New York; singer ("Hot! Hot! Hot! ").

  • Academic and English geneticist

  • German singer, musician for the rock band Ton Steine Scherben.

1949 - 1940

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

  • Cedra is a French pro-astrologer and publisher.

  • Ittoku Kishibe

    Japanese actor and bass player (The Tigers and the Pyg).

  • French essayist and journalist who specializes in analysing social issues. He was editor of Le Figaro Magazine since 1979, which is one of the most important weekly French magazines. He has since written several books after he left the magazine in 1997.

  • American educator and painter

  • Jean-Pierre Lux is a former French rugby union player and administrator, known for his contributions to the sport as a player and as a leader in rugby governance.

  • Italian film, TV ad stage actor and voice actor, comedians, writers, and TV personalities

  • Danish politician, 45th Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs

  • Indian academic and historian (d. 2013).

  • British guitarist, and driving force behind Led Zeppelin with Robert Plant. He is a keen student of Aleister Crowley's teachings and runs an occult shop. He was photographed in a dragon suit, in which he had his Sun in Cap and Moon in Cancer sewn. He is known for his sensitivity to privacy. One biographer suggested that he may have …

  • German filmmaker (d. 2014.)

  • Cypriot actor and singer

  • American painter, draughtsman, and sculptor (d.2002)

  • Vocalist (Walker Brothers, "Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore")

  • Scott Walker was an American musician and singer-songwriter known for his influential work as a member of The Walker Brothers and for his solo career as an avant-garde artist.

  • Canadian politician and lawyer (d. 2007).

  • rocker (Harpers Bizarre).

  • English comedian and singer

  • Politician

  • American singer, recording artist and daughter of a Mexican scientist. She dropped out of Boston University to play and sing in coffee shops in 1958. Her 1960 LP "Joan Baez" was one of the best-selling female folk albums. She was a singer with a voice that resembled a silver flute and she emphasized protest songs in 1960s. She founded the …

  • Canadian politician

  • London, England -- Actress (A Man for all Seasons, Tom Jones).

  • New York, USA: Folk singer/human rights advocate.

  • French journalist and writer. He is a journalist and writer for Canard EnchaA (r)nA (c), where he goes by the pseudonym Luke D(cygnes). He is also a columnist for Paris Match.

  • Swiss politician and journalist, 86th President of Swiss Confederation

  • Polish composer (d. 1993).

  • American singer-songwriter/pianist (d. 2005).

1939 - 1930

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

  • Susannah York

    British stage star and star, who also stars in more than 60 films. She is also an author of screen plays as well as children's books. The fascinating blonde, blue-eyed, leading lady was born in a remote Scottish village and graduated from London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She was the nude lesbian in "The killing of Sister George" 1968, …

  • Susannah York

    British stage star and star, who also stars in more than 60 films. She is also an author of screen plays as well as children's books. The fascinating blonde, blue-eyed, leading lady was born in a remote Scottish village and graduated from London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She was the nude lesbian in "The killing of Sister George" 1968, …

  • French politician and lawyer, he was a member of France's National Assembly from 1997 to 2012. He represented Paris and was a member the 'Socialiste radical, citoyen et différents gauche', a left-wing French parliamentary group.

  • French perfumer, he was also the former head at Guerlain. He was a married father to one child and was the last heir to the perfume house's famous namesake before it was sold to LVMH in 1994 (Louis Vuitton).

  • American essayist, editor, educator, and essayist. His work includes three collections of essays, two books of literary criticism, and two collections of nonfiction books. He also teaches literature and writing as a Northwestern University visiting lecturer. His witty, informal style is what makes him famous.

  • English journalist and author

  • American pro-astrologer, Rose Lineman is the co-author of "Compedium of Astrology". AFA certified teacher, she is a member AFA, AFAN NCGR, WSA, and AFAN. She was a lecturer, teacher and consultant in her professional career.

  • French humorist, artist, and writer.

  • Croatian politician and academic

  • He was an American radio astronomer and won the 1978 Nobel Prize in Physics. He was married once and had three children.

  • Bob Denver

    American actor, TV and film comedian. He is best known for his roles in two comedy series. He was adept at playing eccentric characters. His role as Maynard G. Krebs (a worldly-wise, goateed beatnik) saw him play Maynard G. Krebs. 1959, "The Many Lives of Dobie Gillis." Dobie Gillis aired four seasons, and he returned to Gilligan's Island in 1964-67 …

  • Enberg, an American sports announcer started broadcasting in college. Enberg was a young assistant professor at California State University and also served as an assistant baseball coach. He was hired by NBC Sports in 1975 as an announcer for college hockey. He was known for his knowledge and appeal and was soon promoted to the microphone as an announcer for …

  • McCormack, who is known as "Cowboy", was 15 years old when he started boxing. He held the A.B.A. and Scottish titles by 1956. As an amateur, he held the Light Middleweight title. At the 1956 Summer Olympics, Melbourne, Australia, Torres won the bronze medal in light middleweight (aEUR"71 kg), but lost to JosA(c), the future world light-heavyweight champion. Torres was …

  • Michigan, USA; sportscaster ("Where's Huddles")

  • New York, USA. Actor (Dobie Gillis, Gilligan, Gilligan's Island).

  • Football Player

  • Montgomery sports Champions

  • American football player and coach. He wore #15 and he was the quarterback for the Green Bay Packers from 1956 to 1971, during which time he became the only quarterback in NFL history to lead a team to five championships (1961-62, 1965-66-67) as well as Super Bowls I and II. He was less successful as the Packers' head coach, compiling …

  • Antilles, Netherlands -- Guitarist/Tutor (Princess Christina).

  • American chemist and CEO at Honeywell, a multinational manufacturing company. Renier is interested in production and technical engineering. He has a BS degree in Chemistry and a PhD.

1929 - 1920

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

  • German (formerly East German), dramatist, poet and writer. He also wrote essays. MA 1/4 ller, described as the theatre's greatest living poet since Samuel Beckett is undoubtedly the most important German dramatist in the 20th century. His "enigmatic fragmentary pieces" were a significant contribution in postmodern dramatism and postdramatic theatre.

  • American serial killer

  • American esoteric, medical and astrologist who attempted to automate writing for ten year before she achieved her breakthrough in 1977. In MH 1978-1979, she published a column by Hemetro, her spirit guide.

  • German dramatist (d. 1995)

  • French journalist, poet, teacher, essayist, translator

  • Domenico Modugno

    Italian singer-songwriter, who won the top prize at 1958 San Remo for his song "Nel Blu Di Blu", a song also known as "Volare" in the U.S. He also did song work in movies.

  • Judith Krantz

    American bestseller of popular fiction books. Many of her books have been made into TV movies like "Scruples", "Princess Daisy", and "Mistral's Daughter". Five of her books sold more than 60,000,000 copies in 20 languages worldwide. "Princess Daisy", a landmark in book publishing, was sold to paperback in 1979 for a record $3.2 million. Her books are simplified into a …

  • New York, USA, author (Scruples. I'll Take Manhattan. Princess Daisy. Dazzle).

  • Argentinian writer, political activist and founder of investigative journalism. His Open Letter from a Writer To the Military Junta, which he wrote one day before his death protesting the fact that their economic policies had a greater impact on ordinary Argentinians than human rights violations. On March 25, 1977, he was killed.

  • Indian environmentalist

  • He was a French jazz musician who played trumpet with legends such as Miles Davis, Django Reinhardt and Dizzy Gillespie. He was a singer for Michel Legrand, and his musical talent extended to his voice.

  • Canadian politician, Lieutenant Governor of Quebec (d. 2002).

  • American accountant, teller and credit analyst, Hendee is the CEO of Firstar, which added $2.5 billion to its assets through the acquisition of Banks of Iowa. Hendee is interested in banking, fiance accounting and has two Economics degrees: a BA (and a MBA).

  • Canadian politician and lawyer 23rd Lieutenant Governor, Quebec (d. 2002).

  • English producer and director

  • Lee Van Cleef

    Lee Van Cleef, one of the greatest movie villains, started his career as an accountant. During World War II, he served aboard minesweepers as well as subchasers in the U.S. Navy. He worked as an administrator in the office and became involved in amateur theatre in his spare time. A professional audition led to a job with a touring company …

  • Jean Poperen is a French politician known for his role as a member of the French National Assembly and his contributions to the Socialist Party.

  • American politician. He was the San Francisco City Supervisor during the 1960s. He is married to his wife and has eight children.

  • English manager and footballer (d. 2012).

  • President of Guinea (d.1984)

  • Khorana India/Canada bio-chemist (Nobel Prize 1968).

  • Indian-American biochemist, academic Nobel laureate (d.2011)

  • Guinean politician, 1st President (d. 1984).

  • Clive Dunn

    English actor and singer (d.2012)

  • José Luis de Villalonga was a Spanish aristocrat, writer, and actor known for his roles in films such as 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' and 'The Pink Panther'.

  • Pakistani scholar

  • Pakistani politician and scholar 20th Governor of Sindh (d. 1998).

  • Polish-British magician (d. 1999)

1919 - 1910

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

  • Czechoslovakia -- Actor, Pink Panther Strikes Again Dorian Gray

  • French businessman. After working in a variety of odd jobs, he started a strip-tease bar on 21 May 1951. This club became the Crazy Horse Saloon.

  • French scientist who was a geodesist, glaciologist and geodesist on the French Polar Expeditions between 1948 and 1970. He died in May 2003.

  • American composer (themes for Green Acres and The Addams Family). (Born 1916).

  • English mathematician, entomologist (d.2004)

  • Fernando Lamas

    Argentinian-American actor and director (d. 1982).

  • Anita Louise

    Actress (Gorilla Adverse, Anthony Adverse), passes away at 55

  • American writer. He was often considered a second-class writer. However, Huncke was an important figure in the Beat Generation. His moniker best describes the generation of writers as well as artists.

  • Castres Military man

  • Germany Military man

  • French journalist and writer specialized in Asia. Bodard was born at Chongqing, China (central China), where his father was French consul.

  • Entertainer

  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania -- Music / composer (Epistrop).

  • England, United Kingdom -- Equestrian (1968 Olympics-Gold Medalist).

  • Richard Nixon

    American lawyer, who became a U.S. Senator in 1946. In 1950, Senator was elected V.P. Under Dwight D. Eisenhower, he was elected V.P. in 1950 and was elected President of America on 11/05/1968. He resigned from his position on 8/09/1974, following the Watergate scandal. He is also the author of "Six Crises", published in 1962.

  • Naval diplomat / artist


1909 - 1900

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

  • Simone de Beauvoir

    Simone de Beauvoir was a French philosopher and author known for her influential works in existentialist philosophy and feminist theory.

  • Italian soccer player. He died in 1958, on the 29th of July.

  • French existentialist teacher and writer. She built a remarkable literary career as a novelist/philosopher, essayist, writer of memoirs, and essayist. She was a prominent member of the Parisian avant-garde intelligentsia of the '40s. Jean Paul Sartre, her open relationship partner, was also her presiding celebrity in the Existentialist movement. Although they never shared a home or required sexual fidelity, they …

  • French doctor who dedicated his life to industrial production of vaccines, with the goal of "vaccinating all children in the world."

  • Lyon 2?me physician

  • American patriarch (d.2013)

  • French admiral during World War II, given the title of 'Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English : Companion to the Liberation).

  • Thai illustrator (d. 1969)

  • Austrian-born British opera manager (Born 1902)

  • Josemaria Escriva was a Spanish Roman Catholic priest and founder of the personal prelature Opus Dei, known for his teachings on finding holiness in everyday life.

  • Austrian Opera Impresario, General Director of the Metropolitan Opera House between 1950-1972. He was previously an opera and concert manager in Germany and England. He was instrumental in the founding of the Edinburgh Festival in 1947.

  • Spanish ecclesiastic, founder of the Catholic sect "Opus Dei", (God's Work), in Spain. Escriva de Balaguer, y Albas, marques de Peralta Monsignor Josemaria. Also known as "El Padre". His organization grew to over 80,000 members worldwide, providing service and benefits as well as making them rich. Many of his devotees consider him a Saint.

  • Spanish Catholic priest and founder, Opus Dei (d.75)

  • French television personality. She was an actress, comedian and producer. She was born in Limeil-Brevannes (France) and died on February 25, 1985.

  • American cartoonist (Born 1901).

  • Hungarian-American actress (d. 1991).

  • American adventurer, writer, explorer, and homosexual. Halliburton traveled all over the globe and wrote passionately about what he saw and did. His bravery led him to dangerous situations, which added suspense and tension to his writing.

  • Queen Consort of Yugoslavia (d. 1961).

  • Wagner composer.

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