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

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2019 - 2010

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

  • American celebrity family, the daughter R&B singer Bobby Brown (and Alicia Etheredge)

2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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

  • Travis Alexander, a 28-year-old salesman, is being tried for murder. Travis Alexander, a Mesa, Arizona salesman, was shot to death at his Mesa home on 4 June 2008. His body was found in a shower. His injuries included multiple stab wounds and a slit throat. He also received a shot to his head. The medical examiner declared him a murder.

  • American pro wrestler

  • Puerto Rican actress.

1979 - 1970

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

  • American songwriter and drummer (The Slackers LeftAPver Crack, Star Fucking Hipsters).

  • Washington, DC -- 400m runner

  • NFL Guard (Seattle Seahawks).

  • Scott Grimes

    American singer, songwriter and actor. His most notable roles include those in ER as Dr. Archie Morris, Party of Five with Will McCorkle, Band of Brothers with Technical Sergeant Donald Malarkey and American Dad! where he voices Steve Smith. Cult fans are also familiar with his role in the two Critters films as Bradley Brown.

  • Soccer player (Roda JC).

  • TV rocker (Guys Next Door - "I Was Made For You").

  • American software developer founded Netscape

  • Massachusetts, USA; actor ("Together We Stand").


1969 - 1960

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

  • CFL receiver (Edmonton Eskimos)

  • Dutch assassin who killed Dutch politician Pim Fortuyn in Hilversum on May 6, 2002. Van der Graaf, a vegan and animal rights activist was sentenced to 18 year imprisonment. His trial began on March 2003. Van der Graaf, who was a moralist, expressed concern over the shooting and claimed that Fortuyn was a threat to other groups, including Muslims.

  • Canadian actress and star of "Que", as well as other TV series, between 1990 and 2010.

  • NFL defensive linesman (Arizona Cardinals)

  • Anekdoten, a Swedish singer-songwriter/guitarist

  • Belgian writer who writes French. Nothomb claims she was born in Japan. However, she actually discovered Japan at the age two and lived there until she turned five. She then moved on to China, New York and Burma. She comes from a prominent Belgian political family. She is the grandniece and great-granddaughter of Pierre Nothomb, writer and politician, and Charles-Ferdinand …

  • French politician and member of the National Assembly of France. He is the representative of Loir-et Cher and a member the New Centre.

  • Courtney Love

    American musician who reinvented her self several times. First as the lead vocalist in "Hole", then as the wife to the tortured star Curt Cobain. Finally, as Versace model through the transformation from gutter grunge in a Vanity Fair ten-page spread.

  • Coach and player of Italian football

  • NBA forward (NY Knicks).

  • Raymond Cruz

    American actor

  • American musician, pianist, and accompanist, who has been performing at weddings, parties, and professional events since 1974. Robin is a pretty girl and has her own band. She also plays in other bands. She graduated from the Dick Grove School of Music with a degree in music. She was a songwriter and wrote a TV-score in 1980. Two songs were …

  • Musician


1959 - 1950

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

  • Scottish singer, co-founder of "Simple Minds", a punk band with Derek Forbes and Michael MacNeil, 1978. They contributed the song "DonaEUR(tm]t You (Forget about Me)" to the soundtrack to John Hughes' movie "The Breakfast Club". The group gained worldwide recognition for this song, which rose to number one in the United States charts and was a huge international hit.

  • British lawyer

  • Kelly McGillis

    American actress. She studied at the Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts, Santa Maria, California. She moved to New York City in 1979 to study acting at Juilliard School. She graduated in 1983. She was the Amish mother in Witness, a 1985 film starring Harrison Ford. For this role she was nominated for a Golden Globe award. Charlie, a flight …

  • British entertainer and flamboyant homosexual singer from the "Soft Cell" aEUR (tm)80aEUR (tm)s group. Anthony, along with Dave Ball, gained a cult-following with hits such as "Tainted Love," No.1 in August 1981 and "Say Hello Wave Goodbye" 1982. Their music was sometimes called "sleazy electronicpop" and focused on themes such as hedonism and alienation. Their album "Memorabilia", which was released …

  • American producer and screenwriter

  • He was an American basketball player who played between 1979 and 1990 for the Portland Trail Blazers (now the Boston Celtics). He was the general manager for the Cleveland Cavaliers for six seasons and is now a consultant with Chicago Bulls.

  • American-ordained Interfaith Minister, UFO contactee, and author specializing on the topic of UFOs.

  • Tom Hanks

    American film producer and actor, he won an Oscar for Best Actor for "Philadelphia" on 3-21/1994. He also received a second Oscar for "Forest Gump", a film which earned six awards. He is only the second actor to win the top prize twice in a row. The Oscar acceptance speeches were touching and heartfelt for television viewers around the globe. …

  • French director and singer of hard rock. He is most well-known for being the singer of Trust.

  • American playwright and poet

  • Merseyside (England) -- Vocalist (Soft Cell).

  • California, USA; actor (Bossom Buddies, Big, Punchline).

  • New York, USA. TV host (Entertainment Tonight).

  • John Tesh

    American composer pianist and host of radio and television shows

  • Fillmore, Saskatchewan -- Trap shooter (1996 Olympics)

  • Kansas City, Missouri -- Actor (Thousand Pieces of Gold and Matewan).

  • He was a French choreographer and dancer, and the founder of Montpellier International Dance Festival. Even though he had training in classical techniques, his work was influenced by modern American dancer/choreographers such as Merce Cunningham and Martha Graham. In the late 1970s, he founded his own dance company and, in 1981, he established an international dance festival in Montpellier, France.

  • Latvian politician and businessman, former Prime Minister of Latvia

  • Ukrainian politician and Prime Minister, from November 21, 2002. He was involved in bitter struggle for the Presidency election in late 2004.

  • Italian tennis player, who won the singles title December 1976. He was defeated at the Rome international meet on 5/21/1977. Claudio Panatta is his brother and a former tennis champion. Adriano, who retired in 1982 from tennis, became captain of the Davis Cup team and technical coach for the Italian Tennis Team starting in 1985.

  • American singer-songwriter/pianist (d. 1999).

1949 - 1940

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

  • American actor and football player

  • American contemporary artist and sculptor. He is known for his simple, bold lines. His prints can be found in fine shops and decorator salons. His bronze statue of a nude man god, with seven-foot wingspread, sitting on a tricycle and presided over Des Moines, Iowa, was unveiled in 1974.

  • American professional football player for the Buffalo Bills for nine seasons. He was the winner of the 1968 Heisman trophy and holds several major NFL records. With endorsements and TV commercials, he became multi-millionaire. Simpson continued his endorsements after his football retirement. He starred in movies and worked as a professional interviewer for sports.

  • English historian (d. 2004)

  • Dutch singer (Earth, Wind & Fire)

  • Scottish musician and original lead singer of the heavy metal band "AC/DC". After an all-night drinking spree, he choked on his vomit and died, 2/19/1980 in London. This was apparently an occupational hazard for rock-fame.

  • French pop singer-songwriter and classical French composer.

  • American atmospheric scientist

  • American magician and teacher. She holds two Master's degrees, a Ph.D., and many teaching credits and experience. In 1966, she was asked to teach magic class. After becoming proficient enough to perform at the Magic Castle in Hollywood, she met her husband Jules Lenier and they were married. Later, the marriage was dissolved.

  • Dean Koontz

    American screenwriter and author

  • American novelist

  • American entertainer (d. 1993)

  • French writer best known for his television screenplays and his cookbooks. Patrice Dard wrote about 175 volumes between 1949 and 2001 of the police novel aEUR~San-AntonioaEUR(tm).

  • Judith Brown

    Academic and historian of Indian-English heritage

  • American ice hockey coach and player (d. 2002).

  • Richard Roundtree

    American black actor. He was a prominent figure in the 1970s. He starred in "Shaft," 1971, and two sequels, "Shaft’s Big Score," 1972, and "Shaft in Africa," 1973. The TV series evolved into "Shaft in Africa." He was the son of a chauffeur, and a housekeeper. He went to college on an athletic scholarship, but dropped out. He then changed …

  • Australian pro-astrologer, 1974-1984; author of "The Astrology book of Calculations," 1984.

  • Edy Williams

    Salt Lake City, Utah -- Actress ("Dr Minx")


1939 - 1930

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

  • French politician who was President of the Languedoc-Roussillon Region between 2004 and his death 24 October 2010. He was previously mayor of Montpellier for 27 year and a former member of the National Assembly (dA(c).putA(c). FrAache was a member the French socialist party, until he was expelled in January 2007.

  • Brian Dennehy

    American producer and director of actor

  • Sanjeev Kumar

    Indian actor

  • Seattle, Washington -- US/Japan composer

  • He is a Scottish actor best known for his role in "One Foot in the Grave" as Victor Meldrew. He plays with Annette Crosbie, his real-life wife. It ran from January 1990 through December 1995.

  • He is a Scottish actor best known for his role in "One Foot in the Grave" as Victor Meldrew. He plays with Annette Crosbie, his real-life wife. It ran from January 1990 through December 1995.

  • French-Canadian ice hockey player

  • American violinist and conductor

  • Nogent sur Marne Journalist

  • Dutch politician and economist Dutch Minister of Finance (d.2005)

  • She was known as La Negra, literally: The Black One. She was an Argentine singer that was very popular in Latin America and other countries. Sosa, whose roots are in Argentine folk music made her one of the most prominent exponents nueva canciA3n. She was a vocalist for songs by Brazilians as well as Cubans. Her best-known role was that …

  • Michael Williams

    English actor (Born 1935).

  • Evanston, Illinois -- Adopted son of George Burns

  • In 1976, the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting was awarded to a Scottish-American journalist, writer, and bureau chief of the New York Times. Smith was the author of "The Russians", "The New Russians", and "The Power Game: How Washington Works" in 1976. He was a correspondent for The Times, Moscow, Vietnam and the Middle East.

  • Oliver Sacks

    Author and academic English-American neurologist (d. 2015).

  • Donald Rumsfeld

    American official in the government. He was fortunate to have a good childhood and went on an academic scholarship to Princeton to study political science. He was a pilot and instructor in flight, and served in the U.S. Navy from 1954 to 1957. His three terms in Congress were not enough. He was also the U.S. Secretary of Defense from …

  • Israeli long jumper and sprinter (d. 1972).

  • France sport Champion

  • Businessman

  • US / British oil magnate/billionaire (Getty Oil).

  • American composer and conductor

  • Indian actor producer and screenwriter (d. 2014.)

  • Norwegian actress, known for her central roles on TV, radio, and film. Her stage debut was in the 1950s. Her breakthrough came in mid-1960s. She is beloved and well-known for her unique talent in putting her own stamp on the roles she plays.

  • French journalist and author, who passed away on 22 May 2003.

  • South African rugby and cricket player (d. 2007).

1929 - 1920

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

  • Geico Corporation is an American insurance company founded by American accountant, CEO and president. Snyder, a self-described workaholic, pursued interests in merchandise market and holds a BSc in Accounting.

  • Oklahoma, United States -- Country singer/songwriter (Summer Wine Jackson).

  • He was a Spanish road racing cyclist, of Cuban descent. He won the Tour de France in 1959. Nicknamed "Toledo’s Eagle".

  • American civil engineer, CEO of Florida East Coast Industries. This real estate company builds industrial parks, complexes for business, and railroads. Thornton, who holds a BSc in Civil Engineering is a well-known executive and a committed churchgoer.

  • Vince Edwards

    Brooklyn, New York -- Actor (Ben Casey and Matt Lincoln, Firehouse).

  • French comics collector who founded the AngoulAame International Comics Festival in 1974 (French Festival international de la bande dessinA(c),e d'AngoulAame).

  • French interior designer and furniture designer. He is best known for his groundbreaking work with Artifort in 1960s and 1970s interior design.

  • American actor and singer (Ames Brothers).

  • "Red" Kelly, NHL Hall of Famer (Norris Trophy).

  • American actress (d. 1986).

  • Canadian ice hockey coach and politician

  • Guru Dutt

    Indian actor and filmmaker (d. 1964).

  • Brooklyn, New York -- Singer ( Show)

  • (Rep-D-Ohio, 1973-74, 77- )

  • Indian actor director and producer (d. 1964)

  • Chinese-American businesswoman. She took over the industrial building company of her husband, who died in 1960. She built 16 commercial buildings within 15 years. In her state, she was also the first woman to be awarded government contracts. She was also the first foreign-born American recipient of D.A.R. honors. In 1984, she was elected City Commissioner. She also became the …

  • Composer dies at 59

  • New York, USA; pianist (Los Angeles Philharmonic).

  • American business executive, Jeanette Demont was the first child of John Paul Getty and Jeanette Demont.

  • American basketball player, sometimes called J.C. Pollard. He served his military duty in WWII by winning the NCAA championship at Stanford University. He was drafted into the Chicago Stags' BAA team in 1947. In 1955, he retired from professional basketball and began coaching. The BAA, forerunner of NBA, named him "The Kangaroo Kid", for his extraordinary ability to jump high.

  • French immunologist and oncologist, who performed the first successful bone-marrow transplant on twins in 1959.

  • Morroco -- King Of Morocco (1961-)

  • Oakland sports Champions

  • Sermages physician

  • French journalist, writer, inventor, and scientist. We owe the electronic fox (circa 50), one of the earliest ancestors to robotics.

  • Dutch farmer/ WWII resistance fighter

  • American general (d. 2013)

  • American sexologist born in New Zealand (Born 1921)

  • French officer in World War II. Aviator who was awarded the title of Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration'.

1919 - 1910

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

  • British politician, who was elected P.M. in June 1970. He resigned in 1974 after the defeat of the Conservatives. He was replaced as Party leader seven months later. Thirty years later, he is credited with leading Britain to the European economic community.

  • American composer (Pink Champagne).

  • New Zealand composer

  • New Zealand composer

  • American sergeant and photographer (d.2008)

  • American composer and educator (d. 2005).

  • France sport Champion

  • Norwegian resistance fighter and organizer for XU (the main intelligence gathering organization in occupied Norway during World War II).

  • Rochester, New York -- Composer (Paderewski Prize-1943)

  • American astrologer, the co-author-publisher-editor of "Stellium Quarterly" in the early '80s along with his wife, Kt Boehrer. James died July 8, 1983 in El Paso, TX. He was 69.

  • German politician and engineer 4th Prime Minister for East Germany (d. 1999).

  • British playwright, artist, illustrator, author, poet and author. In his last ten years, he was afflicted by encephalitis. His most famous work is the "Gormenghast trilogy". He was married once.

  • General of the French Army, Director of Intelligence in World War II.

  • Scottish cattle breeder/leader of clan Fraser

  • American physicist (d.2008)

  • La Couronne physician

  • Gognies-Chauss?es EXecutives

  • American politician. From 1943 to 1946, he was a lieutenant-commander in the United States Naval Reserve. Dyal was elected a Democrat to Congress on January 3, 1965 aEUR", January 3, 1967. He died in Oakland (California) on 12 May 1978.

  • Fashion designer / musician

1909 - 1900

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

  • French inventor of Ricard pasties, and anisette. He was the son of a wine broker and was president and director from 1938 to 1968, then Honorary President of Ricard Company until 1968.

  • From 1936, he was a French librarian at Paris's Bibliotheque Naţionale. Parapsychological phenomena, particularly those relating to mystical experiences and techniques, were of particular interest to him. Bruno wrote a variety of articles.

  • American illustrator and author (d. 1978).

  • British author who wrote hundreds of books about philosophy, history and sociology. She also wrote verse and autobiographies. But her most popular work is romance novels. Guinness gave her credit as the most prolific writer alive, with 723 books selling over a billion copies around the world. Cartland published a novel every week, often while sitting on a chaise lounge …

  • English novelist (d. 2000)

  • Greek politician (d. 2004)

  • North Carolina, United States -- Actor ("Thats My Mama," Rolly-Amen).

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