List of celebrities and famous people who were born on May 10th
Famous birthdays on May 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102013
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Famous birthdays on May 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002006
American sextuplets were featured on a cable TV reality show "Jon and Kate plus 8. Caesarian delivered the quads in the 30th week of their gestation. Their mother, Kate Gosselin was 29 years old and their father Jonathan was 27. They had three-year-old twins at home and the three girls and three brothers were born in three minutes. A girl …
American model and actress
Famous birthdays on May 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Czech tennis player
American-French pair skater, American-French, Greek descent. Training in Montreal (Quebec). Since 2008, she has been French citizen. French Guillaume Cizeron is the father of this promising skater and he still lives in Texas. She won a gold medal in the 2015 ShangaA world championships together with Guillaume on 27 March 2015. They were also Eropean champions for 2015 and 2016.
Hungarian tennis player
Famous birthdays on May 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American basketball player
Boylan; American actress.
Canadian ice hockey player
English canoe racer
Venezuelan baseball player
Swedish politician and journalist Swedish Minister of Education
Spanish beauty pageant contestant
Australian rules footballer
Haitian-Canadian basketball player
Australian actress and model
Famous birthdays on May 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
South Korean singer
French professional footballer (soccer-player), who was a member of the national team from 2002aEUR"2004.
German Formula One driver
Hong Kong singer
Ohio; gymnast (World-silver-1994, Olympics-gold-1996).
American singer (We Are Scientists)
Progeria, an aging disease that affects American men, has claimed the life of one American man. Snipes was unable to eat for several days after his birth and weighed just 21 lbs. At the age of four. At the age of one, his hair began to fall out. At the age of two, he had his first adult tooth cut. …
Russian trumpet player
American internet writer/editor (Slashdot).
British Columbia, Canada; NHL center (Colorado Avalanche, Olympics-1998).
Brazilian race car driver
Norwegian musician (Royksopp)
He was a French winger and football player from Martinique. He won the 1998 FIFA World Cup as well as the 2000 European championship. He scored a penalty against Italy in the FIFA World Cup final 2006. His club was Arsenal in England.
Washington, USA; Miss America Washington (1997)
NFL tackle (Seattle Seahawks).
Chinese pipa player
Guadeloupe's French rapper, who was formerly a member of the band "Ministere AMER". (see Stomy Bugsy). He had several hits and was occasionally a TV presenter.
Blackfield is an Israeli producer and guitarist (singer-songwriter).
French-Algerian gangster. He is the son of a Maghrebi Moslem immigrant and was heavily influenced by American crime films like Scarface, Reservoir Dogs, Heat. He is France's most wanted criminal. He fled France after his first robbery and learned Hebrew in Israel to avoid being prosecuted. Faid was seen wearing a kippa (skullcap), pretending to be Jewish. He also considered …
NFL defensive back (Atlanta Falcons).
Fullback for the Canadian Football League (Calgary Stampeders).
Yugoslavian-born German boxer. Fluent in eight languages
soccer player (NEC).
Australia; gymnast (Olympics-1996).
American producer and rapper
Indian-Swiss businesswoman and lawyer
New York Jets).
Norwegian speed skater
Italian actor, the son of Giancarlo Giannini (and Livia Giampalmo). He starred with Madonna in Swept Away in 2002, which was widely criticized. It is a remake of the 1974 Italian movie with the same title. Adriano was the same actor as his father Giancarlo Giannini in the original. In the Italian release, Heath Ledger was Heath Ledger's voice (his …
Norwegian speed skater
American producer and actress
British comedian and actress
Manager and player from Scotland
Famous birthdays on May 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American blogger and author
Netherlands; Soccer player (Ajax).
Virginia, USA; actor ("Hutch – As the World Turns")
A French yacht racer who took part in important offshore races and attempted record attempts. He completed seven circumnavigations around the globe on mono and multihulls, single-handed, or with a highly sought-after helmsman.
British TV personality and actor
British journalist and author
Japanese sportscaster and footballer
English-American actor and rapper
Italian professional cyclist, who won the Silver Medal at the Atlanta Olympics 7/21/1996 in road race.
Britain -- Triple jumper (1992 & 96 Olympics - Gold/Silver Medals)
Producer and director of film in Bulgaria
Sweden; NHL left-wing (Tampa Bay Lightning).
Lebanese-American basketball star: middle, Nets
NFL guard (Cincinnati Bengals).
Golden State Warriors).
French actress, the daughter of Marie Henriau. She won the 2002 CA(c)sar award for best actress in "Sur mes lA'vres", directed by Jacques Audiard. She was appointed member of the Jury at Cannes Festival ten years later.
French composer and organist. He has been playing the Notre Dame de Paris choir organ since 1988.
Italian news reporter named Maradona, a top-ranked soccer player, as the father of her baby boy who was born on 9/20/1986. The case was taken to court after he denied paternity.
England; Canadian Tour golfer (1994 Oak Valley).
American astronaut and commander
DC; Lieutenant Commander US Navy/astronaut.
English conductor and composer
American college basketball head coach
keyboard (China Crisis-Christian).
Florida, USA; infielder (San Francisco Giants).
American drummer (Tool, Pigmy Love Circus)
England, United Kingdom -- NZ Equestrian 3 Day Event (1996 Olympics – Gold Medalist).
California, USA; actress (Mickey-We've Got It Made).
Ontario, Canada; NHL left-wing (Ottawa Senators).
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Jamaican/Italian running star (Olympics).
Irish singer with group U2 and social activist, raising millions of dollars as well as awareness of the poverty, famine and need for medical care that exists in many countries.
Maine, USA; actress (Dr Amanda Bentley, Diagnosis Murder Drucilla – The Young and the Restless).
American politician and lawyer 15th Secretary-of-State of Nevada
Famous birthdays on May 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American basketball player
NBA center / forward (Miami Heat, Orlando Magic)
American Republican Party politician. He was a United States Senator from 1995 to 2007 representing Pennsylvania. He is currently running for the Republican Party presidential nomination 2012. He gave up after a lot of success, but he was not able to beat Mick Romney.
California, USA; PhD/astronaut (STS 56, 66).
Serbian singer-songwriter/guitarist (Idoli & Apartchiks). (d. 2015.)
Japanese creator of Virtua Fighter series
Canadian speed skater
Canadian speed skater
French writer, editor, proofreader and painter; founder of RA (c)sistance A l'Agression Publicitaire ).
British punk rocker, with the "Sex Pistols" band. He could not even play bass guitar, but he sang and displayed the image of angered angst. Nancy Spungeon, his girlfriend, was a heavy-duty druggie. He stabbed Nancy to death in New York City's Chelsea Hotel on 10/12/1978.
American skier, who is a three time World Cup Champ and a winner of both the Silver & Bronze medals at the 1980 Olympics. He is one of the top 20 skiers worldwide.
American skier who won in 1980 the Men's Slalom at Squaw Valley (CA). He was born four minutes earlier than his brother Phil Mahre, a ski champion. Their dad managed the ski area where they were born. They were the fifth- and sixth children to be born. They have been skiing since age four and are very competitive on the …
Washington, USA; twin alpine slalom skier (Olympics-gold/silver-1980, 1984).
French actor for TV and stage films, well-known for his roles in TV series "Les Cordier. Juge et flic" (with Pierre Mondy), and "Dolmen." (with Ingrid Chauvin).
American Broadway actress and singer
Russian journalist and television anchor (d. 1995).
John Lennon's American killer
American traveler, author of guide books, and TV series about travel, Rick Steves Europe, a PBS series, features the enthusiastic, boyish face.
American homicide. A schizophrenic, John Lennon was shot to death outside his New York brownstone door on 12/08/1980 at 10:50 EST. This happened just hours after he signed his autograph. He was a huge Beatles fan from the age of ten and signed his name as "John Lennon" in motels before he left Hawaii for New York.
German professional astrologer, publisher, editor of the astrological yearbook "Astrokalender-Sternenlichter" since 1984, author and Buddhist (Tibetan Buddhism). A certified Astroenergetic Adviser. She is a specialist in feminist astrology and body therapy. She also advocates for Astroenergetics, which is a combination of science and astrology. Among others she works with house progressions, tension rulers, Vesta, Chiron, Mandala-Energy-Analysis. Hans-H. Ta was once …
Florida, USA; producer.
Mexican-American professional wrestler
English journalist (d. 2001)
Brazilian ex-soccer player; a coach who is widely respected despite conflicts with other coaches in the sport.
Jamaican drummer (Sly & Robbie The Aggrovators, The Upsetters, and The Revolutionaries).
Scots psychopath and suspected pedophile, known locally as Mr. Creepy." He was born Thomas Watt to Agnes Hamilton Watt, 20 years old. He was adopted by his grandparents after his parents divorced. He grew up believing his sister was his natural mother.
Swedish singer (Wizex Chips Kikki Bettan & Lotsta and Kjell Roos band)
Spanish writer and director
US R&B singer (Dramatics - Whatcha See is whatcha Get)
Russian actress and director
Famous birthdays on May 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Italian fashion designer
Italian fashion designer. Prada was briefly trained as an actress, and she earned her PhD in Political Science. At 28 years old, Prada took over the luxury leather goods company in Milan that her grandfather founded in 1913. She was initially reluctant to take on the role of head designer but she developed a line handbags that had a major …
An Italian polio victim, she lived in an iron lung since the age of 14. Her interests included her leadership of a magazine that specialized in the problems of the handicapped. Her autobiography, "The vice of living", was also published.
CEO (Vodafone Group).
Pennsylvania, USA; actress (Sunshine Cagney and Lacey).
American accountant and CEO of Bandag, a tire-retreading business. Carver holds a BA in mathematics and an MBA. He set a record for land speed at 150.9 mph with his unusual hobby of racing diesel trucks. However, he states in his annual report that he is now "temporarily" retired from truck racing.
American government employee who served under many presidents before becoming a cabinet minister in the George W. Bush administration. Card has been the Bush family's protector for more than twenty years. The former state legislator, one-time Massachusetts governor candidate, was appointed White House Chief Of Staff on 12/14/2000.
California, USA; rocker. (Spirit – "I Got A Line on You")
Scottish musician, a star from 1965 as a 19-year-old phenomenon when "Sunshine Superman" topped the charts. His life became a series of tours, records and song writing until he retired to Ireland in 1970. Two years later he began scoring movie sound tracks. He was based in his American studio from 1974, commuting from his home in Scotland.
British comedian actress, who first became famous in a comedy series called "A Soft Touch" that ran from July 1978 to September 1978. She was the fussy Jewish mother Beattie who won awards and received a high level of critical acclaim during the three-year TV series "Agony" (1989 to 1992).
Belgian director, manager. He died 12 December 2010.
English singer and guitarist (10cc The Mindbenders, Wax)
French actress and director, born in Vietnam to her father. She is also a member of a prominent family. Her brother, a well-known mathematician and husband of her sister, founded "Doctors Without Borders".
American screenwriter, actor, director, and producer. At 26 years old, he was a private investigator in his hometown. A chance encounter with childhood friends, David and Jerry Zucker led to the founding of Kentucky Fried Theatre in Madison WI. This multimedia presentation combined live improv with film and video humor. The show was moved to Los Angeles and became the …
American Astrologer. He was a master of Uranian astrology, and he held a special place for Algol.
Chaney; US civil right activist.
French philosopher and writer. Pascal LainA(c), a French writer and philosopher, has published more than twenty novels and written for TV, theater, and film. He currently serves as an administrator at the SociA(c)tA(c) des auteurs et compositeurs dramatiques (SACD).
American basketball coach and player
Vietnamese-born French singer and actress (father Deguerre, mother de la ViIlejAc(c)gu). Participated in "Masculin.fA(c.minin" as well as "L'amour C'est Gai, L'amour C'est Trois". After seeing a portrait by the famous Spanish painter, Jean-Jacques Debout, her husband, she chose Goya as her stage name. Deguerre is an English word that means "of war".
Nigerien-Burkinabe politician and educator
French trade unionist, miner, and politician who was secretary general of CFDT (1988-1992).
Turkish politician and academician (d. 2006).
German-English businessman and banker
American motivational speaker and author of self-help. His 1976 book, Your Erroneous Areas (1976), was sold in an estimated 35,000,000 copies. It is one the most popular books ever. He was married three more times and had eight kids.
American motivational speaker and author of self-help. His 1976 book, Your Erroneous Areas, sold 35 million copies. It is one the most popular books ever. He was married three more times and had eight kids.
American singer/songwriter "Lonely Just Like Me".
Actor (Neal Washington Hill Street Blues).
British Member of Parliament.
Famous birthdays on May 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
French actress and blond international star. She was a charming and captivating leading lady who won the Cannes Award for best actress for "The Conjugal bed", an Italian film. After completing ballet training, she made her film debut in the age of 10.
French actor, screenwriter and director
Major General/Director-General (RSPCA).
tennis player (US Open 1965).
American psychologist and author, who was a leading figure in humanistic psychology research and practice in the 1970s.
USSR -- Shot putter/discus thrower (1960 Olympics, Gold Medalist).
United States -- Playwright ("Day Whores Came Out To Play Tennis")
Brooklyn Dodgers, Chicago Cubs
English broker / multi-millionaire (Man Group)
General-Secretary (Royal College of Nursing).
English cartoonist (d. 1963)
South Dakota, USA, disc jockey/TV host (Laugh in, Gong Show).
British Lieutenant-General (Deputy Chief of Defense).
American singer (The Spinners).
American producer and pianist (d. 1980).
American film scholar
Welsh snooker player
Canadian diplomat (d. 2015)
French film director, son Jacques Becker.
American Astrologer. She began her studies in 1978 and had her own computer by 1983.
Author and academic from Sri Lanka (d.2011)
After being started by his father, he became the boss of the Italian Mafia at age 18. Wealthy, homosexual.
Hussein Dey Algeria, actress (Happy New Year)
French soccer/football player. He was a member of the Stade de Reims (1949aEUR'1961), RC Strasbourg (1961aEUR'1964) and the French national soccer team (1954-1957). In 1975, he was Stade Reims' team manager.
Italian director of film and TV. Scola started his career as a journalist for a humor magazine in 1954. He then entered the film industry as a scriptwriter, and worked in numerous films for ten years. He was elected to the Italian Communist Party in 1989. In 1992, he was also the chairman of the jury for the XXII Giffoni …
Belgian politician. He died 15 February 1996.
Lord Justice of Appeal
French Opera House Executive.
American lawyer and Mormon missionary. He is a general authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), since 1984. He is currently an emeritus General Authority and was the managing Director of the Perpetual Education Fund.
French film critic. She is the author of "Les children de la liberte: The jeune cinéma francais des annees 1990" and editor of TA (c)lA (c)rama, a weekly French television magazine.
American radio DJ (d.2004)
Nobel Prize winner for physics and engineering in America
Professional French cyclist from 1953 to 1965. He was twice awarded the Grand Prix de Plouay and took part in eight Tours de France consecutively.
Italian documentarist and actor. He started his career as a lead actor in 1950. In "La sposa, che vestiva da bianco", he was credited as Fabio Montale. This film, which had many production problems and was only released in 1953, featured an Italian actor named Cifariello. Cifariello, who was a stage name Mauro Vallani, appeared in several 'fotoromanzi" and enrolled …
France sport Champion
British radio host / Novelist, World of Islands
French businessman and head of Besserat de Bellefon champagne company. From 1973-1986, he was President of Champagne Three-party Commission.
French rower who participated in the 1952 Summer Olympics as well as the 1960 Summer Olympics. He died in 1996, on the 13th of August.
Famous birthdays on May 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
French-Canadian playwright and novelist
German journalist and professional astrologer. He is the founder of a Munich astrology school.
Norwegian runner (d. 2000)
Estonian politician and agronomist, 3rd President of Estonia
German chess player (d.2013)
Norwegian pianist with a distinguished career as both a child prodigy performer and an adult performer.
Bolivian politician and general 62nd President Of Bolivia (d. 2002).
President (World Blind Union).
American engineer and corporate magnate; third generation Bechtel family leader in the engineering and construction industries; chairman emeritus for the Bechtel corporation. His technological achievements and exceptional leadership in his field earned him presidential recognition.
British Major-General (defense council).
German-Swiss astrologer, co-founder, with her husband, of Swiss School of Astrology, Zurich. She and her husband were both trained in psycho-synthesis by Assagioli and developed the Age Progression method with Bruno. They were both internationally-traveled lecturers and created the First International Conference in Zurich, 1982.
French philosopher and sociologe, who died in Stains, Seine-Saint-Denis on the 30th of July 2008.
Italian musician who was a success story in the 1950s and 60s.
France sport Champion
Azerbaijan politician and general, 3rd President Of Azerbaijan (d.2003)
French astrophysicist and astronomer, he was a professor at CollA'ge d’ France from 1964 to 1998. He is the author or editor of numerous books, academic papers, and a recipient of many awards. He was also the Director of the Institute of Astrophysics (1972-1979), the General Secretary of International Astronomical Union (1964-1967), and Secretary of International Academy of Humanism (1977-1979).
French political activist who joined the Organisation de l'armA (c)e secrA)te ["Organisation of the Secret Army"), a short-lived French far-right paramilitary organization during the Algerian War (1954aEUR")62. He was part of the group's plot to assassinate President Charles de Gaulle, 22 August 1962 in Petit-Clamart (France).
Georgian basketball coach and player (d. 2005).
American comedian, singer, and actress. She is known for her small stature of 4' 11", as well as her bull-moose voice. She was a natural at physical humor and her resume was hilarious.
Polish-Canadian businessman, philanthropist (d.2014)
French Resistance member, given the title of 'Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English : Companion to the Liberation).
French musician, an accordion player. He made his stage debuts at age 7 and with an orchestra, at 15. Moving to Paris, he worked as a barman, soccer player, and a panhandler on the stairs of the Sacré Cœur, playing on the boulevards for coins given by the public.
Deputy Chairman (Inchcape), / CEO (British Council and Unilever).
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Bounty ads / actresses (Rhoda McMillan & Wife).
English guitarist (d. 2012)
Northern Irish politician and barrister (d. 2008).
American Handgun Expert (d. 2006)
Famous birthdays on May 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
French lawyer, politician. He was buried at Villeneuve-d'Ascq, 3 February 2002.
A Kaw Surinam dam builder.
American pilot (d. 1954).
Irish artist, sculptor, and author (d.2008)
Brazelton doctor (On Being A Father).
American author and pediatrician. The Brazelton Neonatal Assessment Scale (NBAS) is used in major hospitals around the globe. Many parents are familiar with him as the host of "What Every Baby knows" on cable television and as the author of a syndicated newspaper column. Brazelton is the author of more than 200 scholarly papers and 24 books. According to his …
Singer (Golden Irish Favorites)
American composer and educator (d.2011)
Spouse of the Prime Minster of the United Kingdom, an English soldier and businessman
Singer / impressionist / actor
English/US journalist/author dies at the age of 77 (born in 1915).
New York; actor (Michael Falcon, Smith Family).
Portuguese actor, whose first movie, though a small part, was released in 1936. He had already earned a reputation for acting by the time he shot his final movie in 1951. He had his own television program in 1947 and also created CDs that read poetry and literature. He died in Lisbon, Portugal on January 21, 1961. He was 47 …
St Vincent de Merc Politician
A Scottish scientist and Professor of Biology at Keele University, he was also a regular panel member on the BBC Radio Home Service (later BBC Radio 4), programme Gardeners' Question Time. He has been a regular participant for over 30 years. He died in 1986 on the 5th of July.
Dutch coach and cyclist. He won the first Dutch road championship in 1934.
St Ouen L'AumA(c)ne Writer
American educator and author (d. 2014).
But not the Open.
matron-in–chief (Army Nursing Service).
Famous birthdays on May 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
American autoharpist (Carter Family and The Carter Sisters). (d. 1978).
British union leader (agriculture workers).
Irish Nationalist Member of Parliament.
Belgian Surrealist painter. Died 1980.
American politician and lawyer 54th Speaker of United States House of Representatives (d.2000)
Greek composer (d. 1995).
Spanish infante, heir apparent of the Spanish throne from 1907 to1931
British army officer (d. 1971).
Italian track and field star. He was the first person in Italy to leap over seven meters. Tommasi was a long-time coach.
Greek singer-songwriter and bouzouki musician (d. 1972).
French gymnast and Olympic rings champion, at the Amsterdam games 1928.
English businessman (d. 1993)
German economist jurist, SS officer
Early racing driver
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania -- Producer (Gone With the Wind).
Ukrainian-American screenwriter and producer (d. 1974).
Autor / Rabbi of Berlin (1926-1937).
American film producer, who was one of the five "champions of champion" film producers for 22 consecutive years (1936-1958). In 1939, he was awarded the Irving Thalberg Memorial Prize. He was the Oscar winner for "Gone With The Wind" (1939) and "Rebecca" (1940).
French banker and senior official, president and CEO of CrA(c)dit National (1949-1960) and governor of the Banque de France (21 January 1960 – 8 April 1969).
Chazelles sur Lyon EXecutives
British crystallographer (d.71)
Irish-English crystallographer, physicist (d.71)
French politician and business executive, ex-senator of Chazelles sur Lyon.
English-American Astronomer and Astrophysicist (d. 1978)
A Swiss-German researcher, statistician, and astrologer said to have analyzed more than 60,000 birth records. His books were in French and German. Cosmobiology was founded by Krafft. His "Correspondence", University of London Ann Arbor, offers fascinating insights into his life and thoughts. It includes his disastrous stock market speculations and his belief in the Jewish responsibility for WW II. Krafft …