List of celebrities and famous people who were born on April 10th
Famous birthdays on April 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002007
of the Netherlands
Dutch princess, the third and youngest daughter of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima.
American race horse
Kenneth San Jose is a dancer known for his appearances on the reality TV show 'Dance-Off Juniors' and for his popular social media presence.
Ava Cota is a dancer known for her appearances on the reality TV show Dance Moms.
American family of note, the first and second child of Geena Davis (46), and Reza Jarrahy (31), a physician. After a 4 1/2 hour labor, the delivery went smoothly. The couple drove from San Diego to Los Angeles for labor.
Famous birthdays on April 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Isaac Hempstead Wright is a British actor best known for his role as Bran Stark in the popular TV series Game of Thrones.
Elle Fanning is an American actress known for her roles in movies such as Maleficent and The Neon Demon.
American boy who his family considers the reincarnation US WWII pilot James Huston. He was born in South Bend, Indiana, October 22, 1923. Between 2005 and 2009, the case attracted a lot of media attention in America.
Belgian singer-dancer, composer, and young prodigy, he won final of French TV's "Danse avec les Stars", in 2015.
Daisy Ridley is a British actress best known for her role as Rey in the Star Wars sequel trilogy.
Kristen Stewart is an American actress known for her role as Bella Swan in the Twilight series.
Alex Pettyfer is an English actor known for his roles in films such as 'I Am Number Four' and 'Magic Mike'.
South African footballer
Famous birthdays on April 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Northern Irish motorcycle racer
Haley Joel Osment is an American actor known for his role as the young boy who sees dead people in the movie The Sixth Sense.
California; actor (Cole Sear – The Sixth Sense, Trevor ’Trev’ McKinney – Pay It Forward
Shay Mitchell is a Canadian actress best known for her role as Emily Fields in the TV series Pretty Little Liars.
Jesse McCartney is a musician known for his hit songs and acting roles in television shows and movies.
Jazmine Sullivan is an American singer-songwriter known for her powerful vocals and soulful R&B music.
New Zealand soprano (Celtic Woman).
Estonian tennis player
Belgian athlete, of notable family
Belgian footballer, with Congolese parents and Belgian mothers. He plays for and is captain of both the English football team Manchester City and Belgium's national football team. He can play at either centre back or defensive midfield. He was the captain of Manchester City in the 2011aEUR12 season. This led to their first ever league title in 44 year. He …
Jordan Masterson is an American actor known for his roles in The 40-Year-Old Virgin and Last Man Standing.
Canadian ice hockey player
American pop singer and actor. She released her first single at the age of 15 and toured with the Backstreet Boys as a teenager. Moore's 1999 debut single "Candy" was her first hit. Moore's 2000 debut single, "Candy", was her first Top 40 hit. It reached number 24 on the Hot 100 charts. To mixed reviews, the parent album of …
Jamie Chung is an American actress known for her roles in films such as 'The Hangover Part II' and 'Sucker Punch'.
Ryan Merriman is an American actor known for his roles in Disney Channel original movies and the TV series Pretty Little Liars.
American baseball player
Chyler Leigh is an American actress known for her roles in TV shows such as Grey's Anatomy and Supergirl.
American actor, singer, and guitarist (Pagoda).
English singer and dancer (Atomic Kitten).
Laëtitia Bleger is a French beauty queen who was crowned Miss France in 2004.
Charlie Hunnam is a British actor known for his roles in the TV series Sons of Anarchy and the film Pacific Rim.
Canadian Ice Hockey Player and Model
American race car driver.
American singer-songwriter and bass player (Lifehouse Radio and AM Radio).
Famous birthdays on April 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Keshia Knight Pulliam is an American actress best known for her role as Rudy Huxtable on The Cosby Show.
American activist was killed during a demonstration in Palestine, when an Israeli military bulldozer hit her. It happened on March 16, 2003. She was 23 years old.
Sophie Ellis Bextor is a British singer, songwriter, and model known for her hit songs such as 'Murder on the Dancefloor' and 'Groovejet (If This Ain't Love).'
Finnish guitarist (Negative)
Greenbrae, California -- Rhythmic gymnast (1996 Olympics - 27th Place)
American voice actress and producer
Miss Chile-Universe (1997).
Japanese singer and actress
Cross-country skier from Canada
Dutch royalty, the fourth son of Princess Margriets and Prince van Vollenhoven. His mother is the third child of Queen Juliana of the Netherlands, who was born when her family was in Canada during the war in 1943.
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Dashboard Confessional More Seems Forever, Twin Forks).
Indian choreographer and dancer
T. Symoens, a Belgian pro-pair rower, placed 10th at the Atlanta Olympics 1996.
Former military officer in America
Roberto Carlos Da Silva is a retired Brazilian footballer known for his powerful free kicks and successful career with Real Madrid and the Brazilian national team.
Philippe and Marie-Antoinette were "pieds-noirs", Algerian bakers. He is a French actor, director, and producer in more than 40 films, including "Last Night." His childhood ambition was to ride professionally on horses. After a serious fall, he decided to pursue acting instead. In 1994, he made his first TV movie. From September 1, 2001 to their divorce in 2006, he …
French football striker. He plays currently for FC Gueugnon.
Canadian-American graphic designer and academic
Toni Acosta is a Spanish actress known for her work in film, television, and theater.
NFL tight end (San Diego Chargers).
Connecticut, USA; ice hockey defense USA, Olympics-1998)
Australian rower (Olympics-1996).
American-Japanese tennis player
American actor and football player
Estonian coach and footballer
Canadian ice hockey player
QuTbec (Canada); NHL defenseman (Chicago Blackhawks).
Missouri, USA. Olympic weightlifter (Pan Am Silver-1987).
American rapper producer and actor (A Tribe Called Quest)
Defensive tackle (Washington Redskins).
Famous birthdays on April 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
French champion skier, winner of two World Cup slaloms.
WLAF punter / kicker (Scotland Claymores).
American actor, musician, and director
Orlando Jones is an American comedian and actor known for his roles in movies and TV shows such as MADtv, Drumline, and Sleepy Hollow.
Turkish journalist and photographer
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Quebec, Canada; NHL defenseman (Edmonton Oilers).
Ontario, Canada; NHL goalie (New York Rangers).
Manager and sportscaster for English footballer
Denver Broncos-Superbowl 32).
David Brécourt is a French actor known for his roles in various French films and television series.
WNBA center (Utah Starzz).
Alexander; US funk metal drummer (Primus-Prok soda).
Wren; English pop drummer (Stone Roses - Fools Gold).
den Bosch in Netherlands; tennis star (semi-1996 Australian doubles).
Indian stuntman and magician
American singer and guitarist (CBS Orchestra).
New York, USA. Guitarist (Late Night With David Letterman).
Lawyer and politician from Switzerland 162nd President of Swiss Confederation
Pierre Alféri is a French poet and writer known for his experimental and innovative literary works.
Illinois, USA; pitcher (Colorado Rockies).
NFL center (Indianapolis Colts).
Wyoming, USA; outfielder (Baltimore Orioles).
American baseball coach and player
American singer and songwriter (Ratt).
Ontario, Canada. Three-day equestrian event (Olympics 1996).
Italian actress on stage, television and film. Lino Banfi is her father.
American poet, African-American, and gay.
Rochester, New York -- Short track skater (1994 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
American football player and sportscaster
Hockey goaltender (Team Finland Olympics - Bronze - 1998)
English footballer (Born 1933)
Hollywood, California -- Actor (Lt Jeb Pruitt-Baa Baa Black Sheep)
Scottish journalist and host of a game show
English academic and computer scientist
American actor, model, and photographer
Frankfurt, Germany -- Actress (Det Trudy Joplin - Miami Vice)
American rock music roadie (Born 1961)
California, USA; actor (Lieutenant Jeb Pruitt- Baa Baa Black Sheep).
Illinois, USA; actress (Lime Steel).
American-English singer-songwriter/guitarist (Katrina & the Waves).
American businessman founded Allegis Group with his wife.
American basketball player
Famous birthdays on April 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Stray Cats, The Tomcats, and The Brian Setzer Orchestra).
Canadian politician and economist
German manager and footballer
Irish singer-songwriter/guitarist (The Saw Doctors, Blaze X).
New York, USA: Rock guitarist/vocalist (Stray Cats).
French prima ballerina. She was appointed in 1979 as premiA"re danseuse at the Paris OpA (c)ra Ballet. She was awarded the "A(c]toile" (star) nomination at her Giselle debut on 23/12/81. Platel performed her farewell as Danseuse A(c]toile at the Paris Opera in La Sylphide on 9 July 1999
Baseball player (Cin Reds and New York Yanks).
Indiana, USA; singer/producer/songwriter (Boyz II Men, Bobby Brown).
German high jumper
American poet and author (d. 2006).
Dangote Group was founded by a Nigerian businessman
American science fiction author and poet (d.2006)
Spanish-American bass player (10 000 Maniacs).
English academic and chemist
French comics artist who uses a painterly style reminiscent of David Hockney.
English soprano and actress
American screenwriter and actor
American educator and author
Texas, USA; actor.
Author and journalist from Panama, American
English runner and businessman
Canadian politician and academic journalist
French sociologe, who specializes in the fields of creativity and art.
Vincent Fox, the Mexican press secretary, was elected Mexico's new president in February 2000. He married Martha Sahagun one year later, at 8:00 AM Mexico City time. This ended speculations about his first wife. Fox is the father of four children and she has three. It was their second marriage. Both were Catholics and the ceremony was civil.
American actor, director and producer, as well as Aikido expert. He is often seen in physically demanding roles.
Indian politician, 16th Chief Minister of Maharashtra
Japanese producer and lyricist, composer of Japanese songs
American Astrologer. Active in New England astrological circles. Member of the Boston Chapter NCGR. Two books by her: "Visitor’s Guide to Planet Earth: An Astrological Primer" & "Love Signs". She wrote a series on presidential candidates for "Welcome to Planet Earth", which resulted in an appearance on the 1987 NBC Today Show. This segment was selected as "one the best …
American journalist and environmental activist
Bowler (four-time PBA Player of Year).
Michigan, USA; actor
French businessman and director of cabinet in 1980s. He was also CEO of SociAtA(c] GA(c]nA(c]rale, a French multinational bank and financial services company, from November 1997 to May 2008. Before that, he was Chairman of the Board for administration of the bank, May 2008 to April 2009. He has been the CEO of his own consulting firm since September 2009.
American guitarist (Parliament-Funkadelic and The Parliaments) (d. 1992)
Japanese television and singer
Manager and player of senior American baseball
Famous birthdays on April 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
French musician, adventurer and one-man-hand. He is best known for his album, "La vie en couleurs". He sang german versions: "Lakritz und Pffefermintz", "Freunde zu haben"...
French sportscaster and banker
Leeuw; Dutch rock guitarist (Bob Color).
Australian singer and actress of British descent
American porno film star. He was still attractive in 1977 but began to lose his appeal quickly due to AIDS. He died soon after.
Member of the European Parliament (Conservative).
Italian television critic, teacher and journalist who focuses on the history of television.
Jamaican singer-songwriter/drummer (Bob Marley & the Wailers).
He is a French journalist and television presenter of Armenian heritage.
American mime student with Marceau. Marceau is a member of the Los Angeles Mime Troupe, which has been in existence since 1974.
David A. Adler. American educator and author
vocalist/percussionist (Bob Marley and Wailers).
Italian film actor. He is best known for his roles as a horror movie star and later on in many Italian mini-series.
French honorary master advisor to Court of Auditors, senior government official. He served successively as director of the Evaluation and Planning department at the Ministry of Education (1990-1997), President of HCEE 2000-2003, and President of the Commission of the National Debate on the Future of Schools (2003-2004). Many books have been written by him, including "RA(c]ussir l’A(c]cole: pour une Politique …
British astrologer and humanistic specialist, psychotherapist who uses Gestalt encounter therapy. Her books include "Interpreting Solar and Lunar Returns", and "Love and Sexuality."
Italian record producer, former singer, and actress.
American marketing administrator, CEO, and Chairman of General Mills. Before joining General Mills, Sanger earned a BA in history and an MBA in 1970. He rose to the position of CEO and is known for his ability to recite rock lyrics in meetings. He is a mature, confident, and highly capable man. Under his leadership, the company has grown by …
van Loenhout]; singer (Blommenkinders).
German screenwriter and director producer
USSR -- Equestrian dressage (1980 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Astrologer from America, who was married twice and had two children.
American engineer, previously with Parker Brothers Toy Company. He was stationed in Salem (Massachusetts), and a veteran of four marriages.
American hair stylist and entrepreneur. In 1978, he opened his salon in Venice and gained a large clientele. He began his first business by traveling house-to-house to cut hair. He hired two assistants in 1982 and taught them how to do his maxi-cuts.
US musician (CEO, Board).
American engineer, Fallbrook, CA. Professional ultra-marathon cyclist. He won the 1984 Bicycle Race Across American, beating Lon Haldeman's record and setting a new one.
Polish-German sprinter (d.2008)
American Astrologer, also known as The Cosmic Muffin in the astrological radio program he hosted for over 30 years.
Canadian politician and journalist (d. 1998).
American homicide victim, DAR (Daughter of the American Revolution), who was brutally killed.
Canadian politician and journalist (d. 1998).
American poet and author
American author, known for his travel writing and 30 books. His most recent book, "Sir VidiaaEUR's Shadow", was about V.S. Naipaul is considered to be the best living English writer. Theroux met Naipaul while Theroux was an ex-patriot teaching at the university of Kampala in 1966. In 1998, he wrote about their friendship which turned bitter in an account. He …
Canadian politician (d. 2013)
British actress/broadcaster (Old Curiosity Shop).
Famous birthdays on April 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Michael Learned is an American actress best known for her role as Olivia Walton in the TV series The Waltons.
Translator and scholar in Italian
New York, USA: CEO (Federal Trade Commission).
President of the United States Soccer (1990-).
Don Meredith was a former American football quarterback who played for the Dallas Cowboys and later became a popular sportscaster, known for his colorful personality and wit.
American football actor and sportscaster (d. 2010).
Texas, USA; NFL quarterback (Dallas Cowboys) / Monday Night Football.
American football quarterback who retired in 1960 from the Dallas Cowboys. Despite suffering 14 broken noses, he was an attractive man. He was a sportscaster, an actor on TV, and an advertisement personality. His style is a mix of sophistication and old-fashioned boy. He was married three times.
British racehorse trainer / jockey
Russian poet and author (d.2010)
American professional football player, coach, and sportscaster. He was the Oakland Raiders' coach for ten years, with a record of 103-32-2-7. He was married once and has a fear of flying.
American professional football player, coach, and sportscaster. He was the Oakland Raiders' coach for ten years, with a record of 103-32-2-7. He was married once and has a fear of flying.
English long jumper
Smith; American singer (Spinners).
American singer (The Spinners), (d. 2013).
France sport Champion
American artist. He is a painter, sculptor, and graphic artist. Ross started a catering business selling custom invitations and party favors in the 1980s.
English actor and director (d.2013)
American convicted rapist (d. 1961).
MTxico; conductor (Louisville Orchestra 1967-79).
American soldier (d. 1961).
American academic and author
International correspondent (NY Times / Pulitzer 1964)
French wife of the former President of France ValAc(c)ry Giscard D'Estaing. They have three children: ValA(c]rie-Anne and Henri (Edmond Marie ValA (c)ry), Louis(Joachim Marie FranASSois), Jacinte (Marguerite Marie). Louis was a French conservative Representative. Henri is President of Club MA(c]diterranA (c)e.
Cuban actress, who was a star in Italian cinema and then a cult film heroine in the 1960s. She also became a sex icon in the U.S.
Egyptian-American actor. He is a handsome and elegant screen lover and was nominated for an Academy Award in 1962. His films include "Lawrence of Arabia," "Dr. Zhivago" and "Funny Girl." He moved into TV roles occasionally, but his movie career did not progress beyond these films. He is well-known for his bridge playing and has an internationally syndicated column about …
French actress, whose films include "LaEUR (tm)annA[c]e DerniA]re A Marienbad" 1964, "Peau DaEUR (tm)AC/ne" 1970, and "ChA”re Inconnue" 1979. She was the director of "Sois Belle et Tais Toi", 1977.
American actor. He was a black stuntman, and a physical action hero in films that required martial art, judo, and karate. He is best known for his films "Let No Man Write my Epitaph" 1959, "Drums of Africa" 1963, and "Conquest of the Planet of the Apes" 1972. Many of his guest roles were on TV series and shows like …
Mays Landing Sports Champions
Poet/President (Liverpool Academy of Arts).
New Jersey, United States -- 4x100m runner (1952 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Ohio, USA; actor (Mike - Daktari, Roots).
American track and field champion. She passed away on the 27th of January 2000.
Belgian comics writer, illustrator and artist. Follet's long career in cartooning, which spanned over 50 years, was not marked by a particularly long-running or successful series. However, his numerous short series and one-shots earned him the respect of many of his peers.
American psychic, who was named "Psychic Of The Year" in the 2/19/1979 issue of the "National Enquirer," which came out the same year he joined Mensa. He worked as a newspaper reporter for fifteen years, and he wrote 200 articles for national magazines. He predicted in 1983 that George Bush would become the next president, and that Tom Hayden would …
French composer, musician, jazz pianist, and leader of a big band.
Finnish actor director and producer (d.2001)
American businessman, politician.
Famous birthdays on April 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Max von Sydow was a Swedish-French actor known for his roles in iconic films such as The Seventh Seal, The Exorcist, and Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
English race car driver and F1 world champion (Born 1929).
American owner of the top Hollywood advertising and public representation agency since 1963. He has had a profound influence on American tastes and has won numerous awards for his commercials on TV and radio.
Lund, Sweden -- Actor (Hawaii, Exorcist, Dune, Dreamscape)
American astrologer, whose fascination with astrology started at age 15. As Nancy Reagan's private Astrologer, she became the most prominent American astrologer. This became public in 1988 with the publication of Donald Regan's book. For the Record revealed that Reagan had an astrological adviser for the first time. Time magazine published the story on 5/16/1988. She was described as "conservative …
Nobel Prize winner in biochemistry and genetics for America (d. 2010).
Puerto Rican comedian and actress (Born 1930).
Georgia, USA; Country performer (Hee Haw).
American actor (d. 1983)
French composer and pianist.
Civil rights activist (National Welfare Rights Association).
American southern comedian (d. 1983).
American Astrologer and Author (d. 1995).
French yachtsman, author of books about sailing and his voyages.
American professional wrestler (Born in 1925).
American artist, photographer, painter, sculptor, teacher. She is an artist in many media and co-founded Generative Systems for Chicago Art Institute in 1969. Recent work includes the creation of an interactive art game called "GenArt", which she produced with John Dunn, her former student.
American artist. He is most famous for his post WWII abstract expressionism style, also known as Color Field painting. He was twice married, and he had four children.
He was an Italian comedian and film actor who appeared in more than 90 films between 1948-2001. He was the brother to actor Carlo GiuffrA.
New York, USA; actor (Joseph - Dynasty).
Actress (What See You?)
American entrepreneur and CEO of Castle & Cook. This conglomerate, which started in Hawaii as Dole Foods and land investments, is now diversified. Murdock, a high school dropout, enjoys custom suits and gourmet foods as well as antiques and spending time at his ranch.
American singer and actress (d.2013)
Actor / decathlete (1948, 52 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
Haitian novelist and historian (d. 2000).
Actor and American decathlete (d. 2008).
Croatian poet (Born 1922)
Italian soccer player. He passed away on the 12th of November 2013.
At 71, the US NBA/Boston Celtics/actor dies
American actor and singer (d.2003)
French government employee and publisher. He was the National Director of Christian Youth Labor from 1941 to47 and Administrator of Social Security from 1947 to 1954. Montaron was the Director of TA (c)moignage ChrA[c]tien, 1948-1996. He also edited the magazines CinA(c]ma, A%0changes and 1978 Croyants en libertA[c). He was also the Administrator of TA (c)lA[c]rama, which he started in 1951. …
Canadian diplomat and soldier Canadian Ambassador to the United States (d.2008)
French soldier in World War II, a recipient of the Order of the Liberation (Compagnon de la LibA)ration).
German homicide victim, shot by Ernst Klever, her lover and unhappy love affair.
Famous birthdays on April 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American academic and engineer (d. 2014).
American actor (d.2007)
American chemist and Nobel Prize laureate in academic Chemistry (d. 1979).
Indian politician (d. 2013)
American jazz double-bassist. He had a long and successful career as a musician, from 1946 to his death in 1996. Corb was a Bob Crosby television host for four years. Although he didn't do much of this work after the 1950s he still appears on more than 300 recordings. After moving to California in 1947, he joined bands in Disneyland …
Korean painter (d. 1956).
American actor and director (d.2011)
Dutch-American hematologist, poet, painter, and illustrator.
Italy sport Champion
German-American soldier and author (d.2001)
Rocker / actor (Forbidden Island)
French jazz journalist.
Slovenian politician (d. 1953)
NFL fullback (Green Bay Packers).
engineer (Houston Astrodome).
1. Prime Minister of Slovenia, Austrian-Slovenian politician (d. 1953).
He was a French writer and politician.
American composer and pianist (d. 2005).
Le Havre EXecutives
American scholar and academic (d. 1974).
The Monthly Review was founded by American economist and publisher, d. 2004.
An Argentine football player and manager, who was naturalized French. His remarkable success with Internazionale, also known as "Grande Inter", in the 1960s is what he is most remembered.
Famous birthdays on April 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
American professional football player for Green Bay Packers. He wore # 30, and was a Tailback and Linebacker between 1932-1941. He was the NFLaEUR(tm), all-time leading rusher at the time of his retirement. Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1964, and the Packer Hall of fame 1972. Hinkle was a member the 1930s all-decade team. Clarke Hinkle …
CEO (London Weekend TV).
French aviator, a flying Ace in World War II.
Norwegian politician, Labour Party. From 1958 to 1977, she was a member in good standing of the parliament. She was also a member the Norwegian Nobel Committee that awarded the Nobel Peace Prize from 1 January 1948 to 31 December 1977. From 1968 to 1978, she was the leader of this group.
United States -- Platform/springboard diver (1928 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
Actor, French centenarian, married to GisA(c),le Casadesus, a well-known actress.
American hurdler (d. 1988).
Budapest, Hungary -- Actress. (Szerelem Cimmaron).
Diplomat / Netherland Foreign Ministry
German actor. Before the Gestapo could enter their home, he killed his child and then committed suicide with his Jewish wife.
American diplomat (Born 1903)
Romania -- Bandleader
Luce was the former US ambassador to Vatican.
American activist (d. 1987).
American illustrator and author (d. 1970).
German writer and pro-astrologer, he is a champion of scientific astrology. He was an expert in Cosmobiology, and had a particular interest in the mundane.
American inventor of chemistry and philanthropist (d.2004)
premier (Belgium 1950).