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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on March 10th

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on March 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

  • British family member and singer, Little Emilie is the daughter of Anthony Costa and Lucy Bolster. The father is often called Ant. The bitter split caused Little Emilie to be born just a few months later. They had been together for two years, but they split shortly before Christmas 2003.


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on March 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on March 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on March 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • Cristián de la Fuente

    Chilean-American model actor, producer

  • He was also co-founder of Twitter, Inc, and helped launch Xanga, Odeo, The Obvious Corporation, and Medium. Stone founded Jelly Industries in 2012 and serves as its CEO. Officially, the Jelly app was released in January 2014. It is a Q&A platform that relies heavily on images.

  • Reality Star

  • Chilean actor and model


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on March 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Paget Brewster

    American actress. Kathy, Joey's girlfriend, later Chandler's on NBC's Friends, Supervisory Special Agent Emily Prentiss (CBS's Criminal Minds), Judy Ken Sebben aka Birdgirl, on Adult Swim's Harvey Birdman and Attorney at Law Elise and Mr. Mumbles in The Hub's Dan VS. and Sadie Doyle on Thrilling Adventure Hour's "Beyond Belief". She has appeared on many shows, including Two and a …

  • American singer-songwriter/producer (Gorilla Biscuits Rival Schools, Youth of Today).

  • WLAF running back (Rhein Fire).

  • Neneh Cherry

    Swedish singer-songwriter

  • Jasmine Guy
  • Japanese millionaire singer and TV talent. She is married to a TV celebrity with one child. In 1997, she was a media star when she separated. Most Japanese women are often stigmatized for being divorced. Divorce brought back her popularity, rather than ending a career that was fading.

  • American actress. She is best known for her roles in "The Cosby Show", and "A Different World" during 1980s and 1990s.

  • American professional football player, college football coach, suicide. Waters, who graduated from Cheyney state in 1984, joined the Philadelphia Eagles and was a cornerback and safety until 1993. His last two seasons were spent with the Arizona Cardinals. He was known for being one of the N.F.L.aEUR (tm)'s most difficult hitters.

  • Journalist

  • American gymnast. He is considered the best gymnast on the U.S men's team, but he is also a risk-taker and pushes the boundaries. He was a UCLA senior and twice U.S. Champion. He also won the NCAA all-around title. He played a key role in the U.S. He was instrumental in helping the U.S. win their first gold medal since …

  • American football coach and player

  • American sportscaster

  • NFL guard (San Francisco 49ers).

  • AA(cio)cio Naves da Cunha, a Brazilian economist and politician, is the president of Brazil's Social Democracy Party (PSDB). He was the 17th Governor for Minas Gerais, from the 1 January 2003 to the 31 March 2010 and currently serves as a member the Brazilian Federal Senate. He narrowly lost against Dilma Russoff in 2014's runoff presidential election.

  • American bass player (Belly & L7)

  • American magician

  • German-American keyboard player (Nena), songwriter and producer

  • Spanish long jumper

1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on March 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Sharon Stone

    American actress. A dangerously beautiful screen star. She won a local beauty contest and moved to New York. A well-scrubbed beauty, she excelled in commercials. She worked hard for ten years to perfect her craft, before she was featured in the 1990 hit film "Total Recall." She was a hot property because of the famous shot in which she crossed …

  • American farmer and baseball player (d. 2006).

  • Spanish runner

  • English footballer and sportscaster

  • Japanese voice actor

  • Saudi Islamist leader of al-Qaeda (d.2011)

  • Shannon Tweed

    Canadian-American actress and model

  • French politician, Member of the European Parliament For the AZle-de-France. She is a member of Socialist Party, part of the Party of European Socialists. She was elected Chair of Economic and Monetary Affairs on 28 July 2004. She was the Special Committee on the Financial, Economic and Social Crisis (CRIS)'s rapporteur.

  • He is a French singer, song-writer, and lyricist. His work has been performed in France by Mireille Mathieu and Julio Iglesiaas as well as Patricia Kaas and other artists. In 2009, he was named Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur.

  • Jean-Pierre is a producer and film director from Begonia. He has won twice the prestigious "Palme d'Or” at Cannes Festival. His brother and he released their first documentary in 1978, and their first fiction movie together in 1986. Both films were about the suffering of the Jews during WWII. Their film "L'Enfant," which they made in 2005, won them their …

  • German bullfighter who was known as Nimeno II. On September 23, 1978, he sustained severe injuries in Logrono. He was then again gored in an Arles bullfight on September 10, 1989. Caveirac, France, November 25, 1991: The great toreador committed suicide, hanging himself.

  • Activist

  • French politician and member of the National Assembly of France. He is a representative of the Bas-Rhin region and a member the Union for a Popular Movement.

  • Gloria Diaz

    Miss Universe 1969, Filipina model and actress

  • Journalist

  • French journalist, copilot at Paris-Daar rally and off-shore pilot (boating).

  • American publisher and astrologer. In June 1981, Amherst (NJ) he started Welcome to the Planet Earth, a newsletter. It grew over the next ten years to become one of America's most important astrological journals.

  • Australian pro-astrologer, teacher and international lecturer. She is also the author of "The Eagle & The Lark". Since the mid-70s she has been involved in astrology and has been a full-time professional since 1980. She is a tireless worker who has proven herself to be an exemplary pro. From 1980 to 1993, she saw between 15 and 20 clients per …

  • rocker (Alex Harvey Band).

  • Pakistani terrorist

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on March 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • Former international French footballer. He was also a member the garde noire, France's centre back, along with Marius TrA(c).sor. He has been in a coma since 17 March 1982 after an operation.

  • American basketball player, pro-basketball player since 1971.

  • British media consultant and broadcaster

  • Canadian writer, politician, and teacher. She was a Vancouver lawyer who became the Defense Minister. After Brian Mulroney's resignation, she was elected the first female Prime Minister. However, she lost her seat in the election on 10/25/1993. Campbell also resigned as the Conservative party leader, stating that she would be teaching and writing a book.

  • American rock singer and lead vocalist of "Boston", a rock band. He plays the clarinet, guitar, bass, and percussion.

  • She is the daughter and heir of Conrad Hilton, a hotel magnate, and Zsa Zsa Gabriel, and an aunt to Paris Hilton.

  • He was an American swimmer who won Olympic gold medals. He also won a silver medal at the 1967 PanAm Games.

  • English director and conductor

  • French artist, illustrator, and decorator. He has lived and worked in Marcilly-sur-Eure since 1979. There he established La Source, an educational and social action group that helps children with art.

  • At 47 years old, a North Carolina State basketball coach dies from cancer.

  • Japanese race car driver

  • The Scottish owner of Wishaw's butcher shop was joined by her husband John, and their son Martin. The shop was popular and very successful until an outbreak of E.coli 0157 poisoning killed 21 people and infected 400 others.

  • American psychic, now world-famous. She filed a lawsuit against her doctor for $2 million damages in April 1979. She claimed that her 1976 cat scan had robbed her power. Now, when she tries to concentrate, she gets headaches rather than revelations. The jury awarded her $600,000.

  • American psychic, known as "jet-set psychic" by her clients in entertainment and international circles. Her ability was evident from childhood, and she honed it in 1970. She began studying astrology in 1976 to be better able to predict when events and situations might occur.

  • Musician


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on March 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • American documentary filmmaker who has been at the forefront of technology for over 25 years. Abel was a pioneer in computer animation and graphics. He had shown rare genius in inventing new techniques in emerging medias. RA&A (Robert Abel & Associates), which specializes in television advertising, created 33 Clio Award-winning ads, including the dazzling 7Up commercials "Uncola" and the influential …

  • Joe Viterelli

    American actor (Born 1937).

  • Community organizer

  • American swimmer and Olympic silver medalist diver. He was awarded the silver medal for his diving skills at the 1960 Olympics and 1959 PanAm Games.

  • Norwegian composer and pianist. He made his piano debut in 1962. Gunnar Janson was his father. Henry Gleditsch, his uncle, was an actor and theatre director.

  • He is a Swiss football administrator and the 8th President of FIFA (FA(c),dA(c),ration Internationale de Football Association). JoAPSo Havelange was succeeded by him on the 8th of June 1998. In 2002, 2007, and 2011, he was re-elected President.

  • German shot putter, swimmer

  • Uruguayan journalist and singer (d. 1989).

  • Israeli / Dutch mime / actor (King)

  • Author, playwright and singer from Quebec (d. 2001).

  • American gay hustler, author of "City of Night", a description of the dark underbelly of the city. As a candid expose on the gay lifestyle, his book was a step ahead of its time. Rechy was a outspoken activist and a homosexual outlaw who had a great body but also had a sense for humor.


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on March 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • American actress who succumbed to cancer in Santa Fe, NM on 1/19/1983.

  • American hurdler

  • American record producer Tear Drop Records and Capri Records were founded by Tear Drop Records (d.2011).

  • American record producer (d.2011)

  • American politician and journalist (d. 2012).

  • Sara Montiel

    Spanish singer and actress (d.2013)

  • American assassin who killed Dr. Martin Luther King. He had a long criminal history and was a former prisoner. He was wounded in an attempted robbery and taken into custody. Ray was again captured during a robbery on 5/06/1952. He was taken into custody and given two years in prison. Ray was sentenced on 4/21/1959 to 20 years in State …

  • Ray; Ray was convicted of assassination/patsy (Martin Luther King Jr.).

  • St Louis sports champions

  • Actor and comedian from France, Belgian descent. Famous for creating the TV show "Bonne nuit les petits!"

  • German Supreme Court Justice and attorney. He was an amateur astronomer and established the position for the galactic center in 1958. He is a pioneer in modern scientific astrology and an outstanding astrologer. His goal is to combine the latest astronomical discoveries to expand the horizons of traditional astrology.

  • Inventor of the intermittent wiper (Born 1927).

  • German soccer/football player, coach.

  • France sport Champion

  • French singer, tenor, and soloist in the group "Les Compagnons de la Chanson", a French band of Iralian descent.


1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on March 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • American writer. He is a novelist, essayist, novelist, and short story writer. He was a philosophy major and was immersed in radical atmospheres of the '30s. He began his doctoral studies in 1941, while simultaneously publishing his first story for The New Republic.

  • Broun journalist.

  • Puerto Rican astronomer who discovered "Blanco 1" in 1959, a galactic cluster. Blanco was second Director of Cerro Tololo Interamerica Observatory in Chile. It had the largest telescope in Southern Hemisphere at that time. The VActor M. Blanco Telescope was named in his honour and dedicated to him in 1995. It is also known by the "Blanco 4m"

  • German pilot and general (d. 2009).

  • Pamela Mason

    American minor actress, whose films include "I Met A Murderer," The Upturned Glass," and "Lady Possessed", and whose TV credits included "The Pamela Mason Show” and "My Wicked, Wicked Ways." In 1939, she made her stage debut with "The Luck Of The Devil", and entered the show business in that capacity.

  • "Manny" Greenhill record producer.

  • Scotland, United Kingdom -- Writer. (All Creatures Great & Small).

  • Canadian politician and judge (d. 2000).

  • American artist and builder of wire, metal and blowtorch decorator screen used in offices, churches, airports, and hotels. He also designed wire-shell patio chairs.

  • English conductor (d. 1992)

  • English director and conductor (d. 1992).

  • Age 20: German concertmaster at the Berlin Philharmonic. Berlin, 8/12/1980: He died.

  • Brooklyn, New York -- Actor. (Doctor Lineup, Matthew Peyton Place).


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on March 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • A Dutch clairvoyant, a sensitive healer, has been extensively tested by the Parapsychology Institute of Utrecht as well as Drs. Tenaeff and Bender. He is not a psychic but works in civic cases, such as the tracing of criminals or lost persons. J.H. wrote his biography. Pollack, "Croiset The Clairvoyant," Doubleday 1964.

  • American professor and socioologist. He was a pioneer in the field of sexual behavior and family, especially in the Mormon community. He was a professor at Purdue and Brigham Young University. He was 94 years old when he died.

  • Swedish hurdler (d. 1990)

  • British astrologer, parapsychologist.

  • Belgium sport Champion

  • Costa Rican politician and president between 1962-66. He was the commander of the National Liberation Army at the northern front following the 1948 armed rebellion that Jose Figueres Ferrer, who initiated the Civil War of Costa Rica, declared. He was appointed to the Ministry of Public Works portfolio and the Minister of Public Works portfolio in the de facto government …

  • Roos composer.

  • French Catholic priest, Bishop of CrA(c), Teil from 1966 to 1981

  • American composer, musician and jazz legend. Since his childhood, he was largely self-taught on the piano and cornet. He was the star of "The Wolverines", a group that performed in New York's Roseland. In 1925, he played in Charlie Straight's orchestra commercial, and spent some time with a pioneering black artist in Chicago. He also held various orchestra jobs. He …

  • American actress, politician and writer. Editor. Ambassador. Her mother took her to the theatre as a child, where she worked as an actress. She was 19 when she became a propagandist for N.O.W. She distributed leaflets by hand from an open plane. She was a writer and editor of magazines. In 1935, she married Henry R. Luce, a publisher. After …

  • Belgian abstract painter, art critic and eminence. His pseudonym "Seuphor" was an anagram of "Orpheus". He died in 1999.

  • Costa Rican politician and doctor, President of the Republic from 1940 to 1944, warlord, and leader of the political tradition called calderonismo. He is regarded as the greatest social reformer in Costa Rica's history. He is the most prominent Costa Rican politician in the second half century. On 17 April 1974, he was elected National Hero.

  • Enid, Oklahoma -- Talk show host (Stork Club)

  • Supercentenarian. In March 2015 he celebrated 115 years in the Nursing Home Piedades Santa Ana. Besides being the elderest in Costa Rica, according to the Civil Registry, he is the healthiest of the 22 elders who live in that center. Never married or had children, and lived in San Ignacio de Acosta.

  • Scientist

  • Secretary of the Communist Party of Greece (Born 1900).

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