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

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2009 - 2000

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

  • German political party, founded 10 Sept 2006 in Berlin. With their focus on freedom in the net and their fight against government regulations of this sphere, they hit the nerve especially of the younger generation. Even if the network policy is the core identity of the party, it is more than just an advocacy party of "digital natives" and characterizes …

1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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

  • Spanish footballer

  • French victim of homicide, Joseph Parnay. Parny, who was plagued by financial difficulties, sprayed gasoline on his house and then sprinkled the product on himself. The house caught fire at 2:00 AM MET in Aubevoye (France). Charles-Andre (12 years old) was killed with Jeannick (13 years), and Marie (13 years). His younger brother Guibert (7 years old) survived.


1979 - 1970

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

  • Public Servant

  • A French man with AIDS was contacted by a contaminated blood transfusion in February 1985. Laurent, his brother, was also affected by the tragic error. Stephane, age 15, died from AIDS on 6/02/93 at 10:00 AM MEDT in La Batie-Divisin (France).

  • New Zealand rugby player

  • Ryan Phillippe

    American actor. He was first known for his role on One Life to Live. In the late 1990s, he became a star in several films including 54, Cruel Intentions and I Know What You Did Last July. He appeared in many films during the 2000s, including 2001's Academy Award Best Picture nominee Gosford Park and 2005's Academy Award-winning ensemble movie …

  • Australian businesswoman is a model TV host and socialite

  • NBA forward (Washington Wizards).

  • Cameroonian-French rapper

  • French tennis player who became a professional in 1986. In 1988, she won the French Open junior singles title and in 1987 was the Wimbledon junior singles champion. At the end of 2000, she retired from the WTA Tour tennis circuit. She was ranked number seven in singles and number one in doubles on the WTA Tour. Arnaud Decugis had …

  • NFL running back (Chicago Bears).

1969 - 1960

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

  • Guy Ritchie

    British film producer. He is described as a risk-taker who works hard. He released "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" with Sting in 1998 as a co-producer and financial backer. He proposed a soundtrack album to Madonna at a party hosted by Sting. He was in a long-term relationship with Tania Strecker, a TV presenter. They started a casual romance. …

  • Big Daddy Kane

    American rapper

  • Austrian manager and footballer

  • Swedish TV producer.

  • Soccer player (MVV)

  • Businessman

  • Italian athlete won Bronze Medal in Judo over 72kg class at the Atlantic Olympics 7/20/1996

  • Australian baseball outfielder (1996 Olympics).

  • English potter and author

  • Mexicali, Mexico -- Nike golfer (1991 Ben Hogan Reno-2nd)


1959 - 1950

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

  • Irish producer and singer (Bananarama, Shakespears Sister).

  • Chris Columbus

    American film director

  • American economist, who was stationed in Moscow (Russia) for the U.S. State Department, since 1988. His mysterious death occurred on 11/13/1993 in Moscow. He was found lying face down in the tub. His passport, computer, VCR, television, stereo, and cash were all missing. The heart was missing from his body when it was returned to the U.S.

  • American homosexual; died from AIDS in early 1992.

  • Rock drummer (Mr Mister).

  • San Jose, Costa Rica -- Mrs Phillipe Junot

  • Costa Rican actress who has appeared in many films including those of Ridley Scott, British film director and producer. Scott was her first film project. She has been Scott's partner since "Hannibal" (2001). She played Russell Crowe's wife in "Gladiator", the first of two films where she was featured. The other film was "Body of Lies (2008). Facio, except for …

  • Chicago, Illinois -- Basketball player (1976 Olympics-Silver Medalist).

  • French television presenter and producer, of Italian descent (by his mother). She is best known for her programs "Bas les Masques", and "Vie publique Vie privA(c),e"; she was married to Dominique Colonna, a Corsican TV director. She started her career as an actress on the stage, under Peter Brook.

  • Amy Irving

    American actress, she was nine months old when she appeared on stage in "Rumpelstiltskin." Jules Irving was her father and director of the San Francisco Actors Workshop, later the Lincoln Center Repertory. Her mother is actress Priscilla Pinter. Irving, along with her siblings, David, and Kate, grew up literally in repertory theatre. Irving moved to London in the early 1970s …

  • Businessman

  • Greek actor

  • Paraguayan-Canadian politician and lawyer 48th Canadian Minister for Justice

  • Code Pink was co-founded by Code Pink, an American activist

  • Marvel comics writer (Punisher).

  • American musician and lead guitarist of Aerosmith. When he met Steven Tyler, a 19-year old working at an ice cream parlor in Sunapee NH, he was on his summer vacation. Perry was performing nights in the "Jam Band" and Tyler joined him for a gig. They formed a trio with Tom Hamilton, another Jam member. Tyler recruited Joey Taylor to …

  • American singer/guitarist (Asleep At the Wheel and Screamin' Siens).

  • England, United Kingdom -- Rock drummer (Slade)

  • Massachusetts, USA; rocker. (Aerosmith – "Walking the Dog".

1949 - 1940

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

  • Bill O'Reilly

    American journalist, TV and radio personality. He is the host of "The O'Reilly Factor" (Fox cable news) since 1996 and "The Radio Factor", since 2002. O'Reilly is the recipient of two Emmy Awards for investigative journalism and three best-selling books. He also has a novel, "Those Who Trespass," which Mel Gibson's Icon Productions optioned for screen. Bill has a B.A. …

  • A French ex-professional tennis player, he is best known for reaching the French Open finals in 1972 and losing to Spaniard AndrA(c]s Gimeno in just four sets. He won the singles title in Hilversum 1977, and Perth 1972. Proisy reached the career-high singles ranking at World No. 16 in October 1972.

  • Rocker (Jethro Tull)

  • English illustrator and author

  • French politician, who held several positions during her political career. She was elected as Ciboure's town councillor in 1983. She then held a similar position in Biarritz and served as a member the European Parliament. From 1992-2002 she served as Mayor for Saint-Jean-de-la-Luz.

  • American footballer and sprinter

  • French politician

  • Dumas, Arkansas -- 4X100m relayer (1968 Olympics-Gold Medalist)

  • American author

  • Composer

  • American author of "Conversations With God: An Uncommon Dialogue," G.P. Putnam's Sons, NY 1996. According to Putnam, the book "happened to him" in spring 1992. He was frustrated by his life and began to talk to God. The answers came in the form of automatic writing as he dictated. He was given specific instructions to produce three books through him …

  • American actor

  • American paleontologist (d.2002)

  • The Academy of Ancient Music was founded by an English harpsichord player, conductor, and composer (d. 2014).

  • Japanese video game designer invented Game Boy (d. 1997)

  • American paleontologist, Harvard University professor of geology. He is the author of hundreds science papers, book reviews, and magazine articles. His writings include two essays collections, "Ever Since Darwin" 1977 and 1980, and "The PandaaEUR (tm)s Thumb" 1980. He also wrote "The Mismeasure Of Man", a study on intelligence testing that won the National Book Critics Award. His revolutionary ideas …

  • Cartoonist


1939 - 1930

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

  • Jared Diamond

    American educator and Pulitzer Prize-winning author, "Guns, Germs, and Steel, the Fates of Human Societies" is widely acclaimed. The book won the British 1998 Rhone-Poulenc Science Book Prize. He continued the success of his book with "Collapse": How Societies Choose To Fail Or Succeed."

  • Rugby International

  • American singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 2015).

  • French choreographer and ballet dancer; internationally recognized. He was born in France and trained at the Paris National Conservatory of music. He was a member of the Paris Opera Ballet and London Festival Ballet, where he later became a leading dancer. Rudolf Nureyev was his guest artist at the Australian Ballet.

  • American merchandise marketer and CEO of Diebold Incorporated. This joint venture company with IBM produces ATMs and video rental machines. Mahoney is a college graduate with a BS in Business and a MBA in Business.

  • American baseball player, who was famous for setting a record that was unbeaten for 37 consecutive years. Marc McGwire then broke the record for most home runs in one season on 9/08/1998 when he hit his 70th home run in the final game of the season.

  • American broadcast journalist, who won almost every major award in TV journalism. He was slightly round, slightly rumpled, but he was an genuinely friendly man, full of warmth, charm, and grace. He was able to connect with the essence of America more than any other newsman his age. He loved his country and those he shared it with. He sought …

  • Home run champion (61 in 1961; American League Most Valuable Player 1960/61, 1961).

  • North Carolina, USA newscaster (On The Road).

  • Boulogne-Billt Journalist

  • American screenwriter and producer of playwrights

  • American journalist, commentator, and author. He was once the head of the U.S. Information Agency’s film division. He is the author "Gods Of Antenna" and has had a lifelong interest in politics. He was the highly intelligent son of a doctor and became a television commentator in 1977. His ratings were impressive. Later, he became a political critic and added …

  • American Astrological Publisher, owner of Llewellyn Publications. He is a Wiccan high priest, a Wiccan writer and a pagan. He is married and has one child.

  • Estonian chess player, engineer (d. 2006).

  • American war photographer who served in the U.S. Marines in 1948-1949 and in Korea in 1950. Mario Minjares Suarez is his brother and author of "Chicano Sketches". He returned home and became the Chief of Police of the National Indian Police of the Department of the Interior. Later, he partnered with his son in the operation of S&K Tortilla Products, …

1929 - 1920

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

  • American businessman, golf champion and TV commercial pitchman. In his distinguished career, Palmer won seven major championships. After winning 61 tournaments, he is known as "The King" on the PGA tour. He is the owner of the Bay Hill Country Club, Orlando, FL, and the Latrobe Country Club, southwestern Pennsylvania. This is where he learned how to play golf. He …

  • American politician, 23rd Governor for Nevada

  • Composer

  • Canadian banker and businessman

  • English historian scholar and curator (d.2012)

  • L'Arche, a Canadian humanitarian and philosopher, was founded in 2005

  • L'Arche, a Canadian humanitarian and philosopher, was founded in 2005

  • Canadian politician and civil servant

  • United States -- Sci-fi author (Dead Moon, Vacation in Space)

  • French embalmer who founded the International Federation of Embalming (IFE) in 1970.

  • American military hero. A United States Marine Corps officer who was awarded the Medal of Honor, America's highest military decoration for his actions during World War II.

  • English illustrator and painter (d. 2008).

  • Burmese scholar and economist (d. 2013).

  • Israeli politician, writer, publicist, and founder of Gush Shalom, the peace movement.

  • Scientific Atlanta was founded by an American businessman (d. 2013).

  • French criminal and gang leader, sentenced to death.

  • Peruvian singer (d. 2008)

  • Finnish journalist who wrote articles for Hymy magazine about sex. He was married twice and his second wife committed suicide. He died in August 1991.

  • From 1964, he was a Scottish author and professor of Civil Engineering at Edinburgh University. He is also the author of "Elements of Experimental Stress Analysis", which was published in 1964.

  • American general (d. 2013)

  • Student/ Resistance fighter

  • Estonian basketball coach and player (d. 2000).

  • Italian engineer and designer of motorcycles (Born 1920).

  • American pro-nazi soldier, convicted traitor. He was a Harvard graduate with an I.Q. He graduated from Harvard with a reported I.Q. of 152 and enlisted in U.S. Army service on February 27, 1942.

  • Dutch actor/director (Assault).

  • France sport Champion

1919 - 1910

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

  • American astronomer and experimental scientist who spent his professional life at the California Institute of Technology. His research covered solid state physics and cosmic ray Physics, as well as the beginnings and evolution of particle physics and solar physics.

  • Resistance fighter

  • Dutch composer / writer dies at 68

  • Chilean diplomat and author (d. 2009).

  • Mexican writer. Mexican Picardy (1960), his most well-known work, where he created phrases and terms that describe the language and culture of Mexico's popular middle-twentieth centuries. On three occasions, he won the National Journalism Award of Mexico. He was also known as El Gallito Ingles. This is perhaps the most well-known of all the graffiti he collected for his book.

  • German professional astrologer, esoteric author, and sensitive thinker. He is mainly known for his books "Das Horoskop der Menschheit," "Der Schluessel zur esoterischen Astrologie," "Der Schluessel zur Partnerschaftsastrologie" and "Der Schluessel zur Prognose." He died July 6, 1985.

  • Baron O'Neill, Maine English-Irish politician and captain 4th Prime Minister of Northern Ireland (d. 90).

  • American producer and director (d. 2005).


1909 - 1900

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

  • French actress capable of performing a wide range of roles, from comedy to tragedy. Ducaux was a member of the Comedie Française, and she excelled as a tragicomane. She appeared in over 30 films and was also featured in "Le Chevalier de Maison AmA(c),ricaine", a French TV series.

  • Brooklyn, New York -- Orchestra leader (Your Hit Parade)

  • American archaeologist, author (d. 1996).

  • American composer, bandleader, inventor (b. 1908)

  • US Mint Director.

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