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

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2019 - 2010

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


2009 - 2000

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

  • American family with first and second children, Tori Spelling's daughter and husband.

  • American child of Aaron Lewis, the lead singer for Staind, and Vanessa Lewis, his father. Nyla is the second child of the couple. Their first child was Zoe Jane, who was 3 years old at Nyla's time.


1999 - 1990

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

  • His parents called him Alexandre after a French swimmer, but his amateur tennis players decided to name him Yannick after Yannick Noah. National record holder for the 200 and 400 m freestyle (long courses). At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he won two Olympic gold medals in the 4x100 meter Freestyle, as the last swimmer of the French team of four, …

  • German singer, winner of "Deutschland sucht den Superstar" ("Germany Superstar Search").

  • Australian rugby player

  • Lucien Laviscount

1989 - 1980

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

  • American producer and actress

  • Mexican actress

  • American homicide is a boy who was raped and killed at the tender age of ten. He was an engaging, friendly child who was used to having his older brother around as his playmates. Charles Jaynes and Salvatore Sicari lured him into a car with the promise to give him a new bike and took him away. Jaynes smothered the …

  • Natalie Portman

    American/Israeli movie actress (Natalie was inspired by his father's song BA(c)caud). First film role in 1994 French action movie LA(c), major success as PadmA (c) Amidala from the Star Wars prequel trilogy. In 1999, I was accepted to Harvard University to study psychology. However, I am still an actress and completed my BA in 2003.

  • English-born sitarist, born to Ravi Shankar

  • Celebrity

  • Taiwanese singer and actor (F4)


1979 - 1970

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

  • French baritone opera singer, recitalist, and concert singer.

  • German-Ghanaian footballer, manager

  • American football player

  • English-Australian cricketer

  • Montreal, Quebec -- 48 kg judoka (1996 Olympics)

  • American baseball player

  • Defensive end (Philadelphia Eagles).

  • Prague, Czechoslovakia -- Canadian tennis star (1996 Olympics).

  • Norwegian singer-songwriter and guitarist (Emperor Zyklon and Scum)

  • American football player, who was drafted by New England Patriots in 1996. On July 17, 1996, Bruschi signed his first contract. He was signed again by the same team on February 23, 2000. Bruschi, an inside linebacker, was a star on the team and won the Super Bowl Championship. On February 16, 2005, two week after the team had captured …

  • American hockey player who was able to walk again after a second serious hockey-related spinal cord injury.

  • Actress

  • Guard / center (Chicago Bears).

  • French television presenter and host, as well as an estate agent, is the son of Raymond Plaza, a professional cyclist racer. Although he would have loved to pursue a career as a professional athlete, he was severely injured when he fell down a staircase. He attended Neuilly-sur-Seine conservatory for six years to be a stage actor. He is one of …

  • CFL defensive tackle (BC Lions)

  • Winnipeg, Manitoba -- NHL left-wing (Philadelphia Flyers).

1969 - 1960

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

  • Israeli singer and musician (Mashina).

  • Israeli singer-songwriter/guitarist (Mashina).

  • American football player

  • He was a French-Portuguese coach driver and was the first victim to the terrorist attacks on Paris, near Stade de France.

  • rocker (China Crisis-"Christian")

  • Canadian-born actor

  • Aaron Sorkin

    American playwright and screenwriter

  • American football player

  • Canadian-American actor. He was the youngest of five children and the son of a Canadian soldier officer. The family moved frequently. He set out to play hockey, but he ended up with 56 facial stitches after sustaining injuries from hockey and other adventures.


1959 - 1950

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

  • American music producer, noted family. He is the son of Kitty Dukakis, her first husband and a Utah businessman. Although he was named after Michael Dukakis, he was not adopted by him. He was exposed to politics as a child and was exposed to it from an early age. He slept, breathed, ate, and campaigned with Michael until he was …

  • American basketball coach and player

  • Massachusetts, United States -- Murderer (FBI Most Wanted List)

  • Running star (3k indoor world record)

  • Religious Leader

  • He was fascinated by astrology from a young age and passed the education to become an astrological psychologist at API. He was certified December 6, 1996. He was a teacher at the API for a few years.

  • English crystallographer and academic

  • American child actor, working steadily in films and commercials for ten years. In the '70s, his films included "My side of the Mountain", and "The Phynx". He was married to his wife, two children, and worked as a Paramount executive by 1985.

  • German footballer

  • English historian

  • Belgian businessman. Bellens, a Belgian businessman, was CEO of Belgacom (the largest telecommunications company in Belgium) from November 15th 2013.

  • Musician

  • Rocker (Naked Eyes)

  • Italian family member Edoardo, the only son of Gianni, was found dead on November 15, 2000 at 46. This was a suicide. He was driving along the Torino–Savona motorway, at the top of the Fossano Overpass. The engine was still running when the police arrived. He may have climbed over the railing to let himself fall 80m.

  • American comic book artist

  • American child actress. She was a cast member of the TV series "The Waltons" as a child. After leaving the stage, she worked as a backup singer and then took up astrology full-time.

  • American basketball player

  • Israeli singer-songwriter (d. 2004)

  • Turkish singer and actress


1949 - 1940

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

  • French comic book creator. His notable works include Les Sept Vies de l'A%0pervier (1983aEUR”1991) and Arno (1983aEUR”1997).

  • California, USA Cellist (Tchaikovsky gold 1978).

  • Swedish politician and social worker

  • NCAA punter (most punts during season-101, Va Milt Academy).

  • American radio host (d.2012)

  • English guitarist (Uriah Heep)

  • Australian senior officer in the Royal Australian Air Force. From 20 June 2001, he was Chief of Air Force (CAF), and then Chief of Defence Force (CDF), starting on 4 July 2005. On 3 July 2011, he retired from military service.

  • American author and historian

  • French war photographer who was the first woman to be awarded the World Press Photo of the Year award in 1976. Black-and-white photograph of a Palestinian woman pointing her fingers at a masked soldier in Beirut's war-ravaged La Quarantaine District was the winning image.

  • American official appointed by President Reagan in January 1983 as Director of U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency. This nomination was rejected by the Foreign Relations Committee and only barely approved by the US Senate by a margin of 57 to 42. Adelman was an experienced government official, a senior political scientist at the Stanford Research Institute and author of …

  • American family trauma. The daughter of Lorraine Lielke, her first marriage. Elmer Lielke was her stepfather and broke into their home on 11/26/1964. She ran outside, calling for help, and managed to escape the murders of her mother and young brother.

  • The Point, a Gambian journalist and publisher, was co-founded by The Point (d. 2004).

  • Influential Scottish author of short stories, novels, plays, and political essays. His novel, A Disaffection, was shortlisted for a Booker Prize. He also won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize in Fiction in 1989. Kelman was awarded the 1994 Booker Prize for How Late It Was, But How Late. Kelman received the Glenfiddich Spirit of Scotland Award in 1998. Both …

  • English politician and educator

  • Spanish cyclist (d. 1994).

  • USSR -- Discus thrower (1972 Olympics, Gold Medalist).

  • Spanish champion cyclist. He is considered to be one of the greatest cyclist champions worldwide, even though he didn't win many races. He won the Tour daEUR(tm),Espagne in 1970, and the Tour de France 1972.

  • German art festival director

  • English singer-songwriter and keyboard player (Deep Purple Paice Ashleyton Lord The Flower Pot Men & The Artwoods). (d. 2012).

  • CEO (Gallaher)

  • American Indian medicine man who gives lectures and seminars on old lore and traditional practices.


1939 - 1930

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

  • Italian attorney, degree in 1961. He was a business executive who was the manager of railroads before becoming embroiled in a scandal. Necci claimed that his annual salary of 800,000,000 (about $400,000 U.S.), was not enough to support his family.

  • French television and film director. He is best known for his comedy films of the 1980s and 1990s. He primarily directed for French television after 1990.

  • Romanian actress and soprano

  • CEO (MFI Furniture Group).

  • American baseball player. He was a right-handed outfielder for the Washington Senators/Minnesota Twins from 1960 to 1961.

  • German hydrobiologist and academic

  • Jackie Wilson

    American singer-songwriter and performer of soul music. He was a tenor with a four-octave range vocal range and was known as "Mr. He was known for his enthusiasm and helped to transition rhythm and blues from soul. He was regarded as a master showman and one of the most influential and dynamic singers in R&B/rock 'n' Roll history.

  • English colonel and politician

  • Millicent Martin
  • Blues guitarist

  • Composer

  • American musician and dancer. He played the marimba and other percussion specialty instruments, and tap-danced his ways into American homes through the long-running Lawrence Welk program. He was a versatile entertainer who sang and danced his own way to a slot as a producer.

  • American CEO and executive of Hormel, a retailer of meat packaging. Knowlton studied Economics and Geography in college and was interested in marketing and production. He has over 184,000 shares and has created over 200 new products in the meat packing industry within five years.

  • Douglas Smith

    CEO (Acas)

  • 2nd baseman (St. Louis Cardinals). / Manager (New York Yankees).

  • Algerian-born French actor made his screen debut in 1949. His films include "Companions of the Night", "The Bed," "Sheep has Five Legs" and "Companions of the Night".

  • Indian politician and author 8th Chief Minister, Odisha (d.2006).

  • American actor

  • Spanish politician, President of the autonomous Catalunya government, Spain in 1987.

  • United States -- Sci fi author (Thongor Of Lemuria).

  • Norwegian royalty (married name Lorentzen), the eldest child of King Olav V of Norway and Princess Märtha of Sweden. She was the older sister of King Harald V and Princess Astrid.

  • French singer and pianist, nicknamed "la longue dame brune" and famous for having composed the songs "Göttingen" (inspired by this town where she gave some concerts in 1964, just after the reconciliation treaty), "Marienbad", and "L'Aigle Noir" (which sold twenty four thousand copies in twelve hours).

1929 - 1920

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

  • Jackie Mason

    American comedian, known for his humor and wit. After being shunned by the television industry for several years, he continued to perform his stand-up routines at nightclubs and make films. After 30 years of being in the television industry, he finally found his niche by performing one-man shows.

  • Director (University of Wales Centre for Welsh Studies).

  • French novelist, anthropologist and philosopher. Sansot's novels, which describe the chaotic world we live in, earned him recognition. He advocates the return to nature with peace and a lot dolce far nue.

  • Welsh academic and critic (d. 2015).

  • American basketball player (d. 1983).

  • (Rep-D-Virginia, 1983- )

  • Austrian politician and journalist in the Austrian Social Democratic Party. Zilk served as Mayor of Vienna between 1984 and 1994. He was seriously injured by a bomb that had been delivered to his Innere Stadt home by Franz Fuchs, a right-wing terrorist (born 12/12/1949).

  • American socialite and wife of Nelson Rockefeller, with whom she had two children. From her previous marriage to Dr. James Murphy she had four children. She left him in 1963 to marry Nelson. Her multi-millionaire husband became Governor of New York State and Vice-President of America under Gerald Ford on 8/20/1974.

  • American singer and bass player (d. 2010)

  • Shortstop (Cubs. Braves. Phillies. Twins. Yankees.

  • Maryland, USA; actress (Black Beauty. Dear Wife. Heiress).

  • American diplomat, military officer and science-fiction writer. He served as a First Lieutenant on radar sites and was an active member of the military. He resigned from the U.S. Foreign Service in 1958 to pursue full-time writing. In 1960, he was a Captain at the Third Air Force headquarters in London.

  • First Lady

  • French journalist, historian and writer. He is well-known for his biographies, including those of Ho Chi Minh, Nasser and LA(c)on Blum.

  • American socialite, "Debutante" of the Year in 1938. A New York tabloid columnist noticed Frazier, a Canadian-born man. He was to be the belle in her season. He was spot on. Frazier's photograph and name were seen in numerous publications throughout the country within two years. She was unofficially crowned "Glamour Girl No. 1" around the world. 1." Brenda was …

  • American journalist, newscaster. He was a bombardier in World War II. He was married twice and had five children.

  • American scholar and rabbi (d. 2006).

  • Hungary -- Gymnist (1952-56 Olympics - Gold Medalist).


1919 - 1910

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

  • Author and historian of Egyptian-English (d. 2012).

  • American jurist and retired Supreme Court Justice. He was a former All-American football player and NFL football star, Rhodes scholar, and WW II naval intelligence officer. White was appointed to the Supreme Court in 1962 by President John F. Kennedy and retired in 1993. On 4/15/2002, he died from complications due to pneumonia in Denver, CO.

  • Robert McNamara

    American business executive, president of a world bank and official in government who was Secretary of Defense during the Bay of Pigs War and Vietnam War. McNamara was a financial analyst, accountant and the first non-family president at Ford Motor Company. He was a success story in the U.S. auto industry and he headed the U.S. Department of Defense, which …

  • German SS officer (d. 1943).

  • German soldier and author (d.2006)

  • US Secretary of Defense (1961-1968) / head (World Bank).

  • American jazz guitarist and designer of the electric guitar. Paul's greatest contribution to popular music was the ability to see electronic amplified guitars' potential as a leading instrument, influencing artists around the world. Paul combined his virtuoso playing of the guitar with innovative recording techniques and sound effects. The result was a rich, full-bodied and thick hi-fi sound that sounded …

  • Cello teacher

  • American football coach and player (d. 1997).

  • French teacher, author, and criminologist. First he was a magistrate, then he became the Inspector-General for the Judicial Administration 1941-1978. From 1940, he was a prison administrator, Secretary-General of International Society for Criminology and President of the association from 1973-1978. Pinatel was also a professor at Sorbonne's Institute of Criminology and the author of "Criminology".

  • Lieutenant Colonel of the Dutch Salvation Army

  • French soccer/football player. He was a Rouen (1932-1939), and French national soccer team (1933-1938).

  • British playwright and master of well-written plays, who was a huge success since 1936 when he won his first London success with "French Without Tears". He had a play every season for the next 20 years. This was a total number of 23 West End plays.

  • British actor

  • Irish musician, composer.

  • Paris 16?me Military man

  • Robert Cummings

    American actor. He was an eternal youth, but he looked 60 years old. In 1931, he made his Broadway debut by presenting himself as Blade Stanhope Conway and pretending to be British. He feigned a southern drawl to present himself as Brice Hutchens in Hollywood. Later, he reclaimed his name and began making films starting in 1935. These included "King's …

  • Australian diplomat and public servant Australian High Commissioner to New Zealand (d.1984)

  • British General

1909 - 1900

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

  • American business executive. NCR Corporation's president during the transition to electronic cash registers. He passed away on the 10th of May 2007.

  • German soldier, member of Nazi Party and Lieutenant Colonel in Waffen SS. Hitler's government awarded him the Iron Cross in 1943. He died August 20, 1972.

  • Germany -- Actor (Barefoot Constessa, Naked Maja).

  • American eugenicist, entrepreneur (d. 1997).

  • Repository for Germinal Choice was founded by a businessman and eugenicist from America.

  • American singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 1969).

  • Cartoonist

  • Actress (Sarumba Rumba, Ready for Love 24 Hours)

  • German swimmer, water polo player, and breaststroke swimmer who participated in the 1928 Summer Olympics as well as the 1932 Summer Olympics.

  • Belgian pilot/brewer, who dies at 54

  • Fred Waring

    American singer-bandleader and television host (Waring’s Pennsylvanians), (d. 1984).

  • Portuguese poet, activist and writer. His first job was in the Norwegian consular office after he graduated in law. After returning to the United States, he became a journalist. He used his writing skills to fight the regime of Antonio Salazar. He also published many of his poems and books, winning the 1961 Portuguese Writers Society Poetry Prize.

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