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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on June 11th

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on June 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010


2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on June 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on June 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

  • Ivana Baquero

    Movie Actress

  • American notable family, son Vanna White and George Santo Pietro, her husband, restaurateur. He was 8 pounds when he was born at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. 4 oz. He is the oldest child and was adopted after his mother had miscarriages in 1995 and 1992. He was followed by a younger brother on 7/01/1997.

  • YouTube Star

  • Vine Star

  • French-Australian canoe racer

  • Indonesian actress and singer

  • French track and field champion, European champion in 100 and 200 metre races. He holds the French record for 100m with a time of 9.97 seconds (first Caucasian to finish under 10 seconds). European champion (100m and 200m and relay), he was awarded a bronze medal in the London Olympics 2012 with the 4X100m French relay team (Vicaut Pognon Pessonneaux …

1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on June 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Australian baby taken with her family at two months to camp at Ayers Rock, in the Australian Northern Territory. Her mom Lindy tucked her into the tent with her brother Reagan, aged four, on the 8/17/1980. She then returned to the fire to cook for Aidan, seven, and her minister husband. She went to Azaria's house to check on her …

  • Dominican baseball player

1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on June 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • Estonian rower

  • Model and television presenter from Australia

  • Journalist and Australian footballer

  • Japanese-American choreographer and dancer


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on June 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • French journalist who presented television shows "Soir 3 Week-end" (1998-1999), with Audrey Pulvar (September 2004-07 2005 plus Spring 2007), and "Des racines et des ailes” (2005-2013).

  • Miss Washington USA (1996)

  • Liechtenstein royalty, the eldest son of Prince Hans Adam II and Countess Marie Aglaë Kinsky of Wchinitz and Tettau. Alois has been regent of Liechtenstein (Stellvertreter des Fürsten) since 15 August 2004. He is married to Duchess Sophie of Bavaria.

  • Pamela Gidley
  • Mexican computer repairman is the world's heaviest (d. 2014).

  • Christian Streich, a former German footballer, is currently the manager of SC Freiburg in the Bundesliga. This is the highest level of German football. After Marcus Sorg's resignation, Streich was appointed manager on 29 December 2011. Streich was praised for his immediate success and his charismatic, sometimes energetic personality. He has been called "cult figure", "firebrand", "football philosopher" and "football …

  • Rocker (Expose)

  • Italian-French racecar driver. Formula Three Champion of France 1987, and Formula 3000 International Champion 1989. He raced in Formula One for the first time on 7/09/1989 at Grand Prix de France.

  • Comedian

  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- 800m runner (1984 Olympics - Silver Medalist)

  • Italian-American singer. They worked together from 1985, when they had their first major hit, "Point of No Return", and continued to work together until 1991. They recorded "What You DonaEUR(tm]t Know" as well as "Seasons change", a Billboard No.1 single. Their chart-topping albums "Exposure" & "What You Don’t Know" were their two top albums.

  • American go-kart driver who races on weekends and holidays. Because he is a thrill seeker, he tends to get into accidents when he drives too fast. He is an oil wholesaler in his daily life.

  • American go-cart driver and racecar driver. He is a salesman for oil and gas. He won a race in September 1992, and was disqualified for speeding on 9/26/1992.

  • Politician

  • Canadian sportscaster and curler (d. 2000).

  • WLAF offensive assistant (Scottish Claymores).

  • Spanish paratrooper and athlete of risk. He was an avid fan of motorbikes since childhood and later, to extreme sports. He broke the world record for free fall and crossed the Strait of Gibraltar heading north in Free Fall (2005). It was also the first Spanish to fly in a wingsuit over the North Pole (2006). It was also the …

  • Estonian cyclist

  • Mehmet Cengiz Oz (also known as Dr. Oz) is a Turkish-American cardiothoracic surgeon and author. He also appears on television.

1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on June 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Hugh Laurie

    English comedian, writer, musician, director. His first recognition was as one half of Fry and Laurie's double act with Stephen Fry, his comedy partner and friend. He also joined the cast of A Bit of Fry & Laurie and Blackadder from 1985 to 1999. He played the role of Dr. Gregory House from 2004 to 2012. For this, he was …

  • American sportscaster and wrestler

  • English singer and bass player (Visage Magazine, Nick Cave, and the Bad Seeds).

  • Ponce, Puerto Rico -- LPGA golfer (1994 Oldsmobile-19th)

  • Belgian journalist and biographer who specialized in pop-rock music. He was the son of Louis Verlant (journalist at the RTBF). Serge Gainsbourg was also a friend of his and he wrote his definitive biography.

  • Seattle, Washington -- Canadian Tour Golfer (1994 West Coast).

  • American bass player and bandleader

  • American football quarterback, who led the San Fransisco 49ers to a Super Bowl XIX title on January 20, 1985. He is an athlete by nature and started playing football when he was eight years old. He was already being recruited by dozens of top colleges, but he chose Notre Dame to play for the national championship. He began his career …

  • Politician

  • American hedge fund manager

  • Businessman

  • American businessman founded SAC Capital Advisors

  • Author and astronomer from Australia-English

  • Ukrainian hammer thrower

  • French film actor. He is best known for his role as Lucien Lacombe (in Louis Malle's 1974 film Lacombe. Lucien). Blaise, an amateur, was selected to appear in Malle's film. He went on to star in three other films, The Big Delirium and The Porcelain Anniversary, as well as Per le antiche, all of which were released in 1975. Blaise …

  • French politician and farmer

  • American actress, and 22-year-old wife of actor Steve McQueen. He died from a heart attack on 11/07/1980 eleven months after they were married. Seven years later, she was engaged to Chad McQueen (Steve's son),

  • Actor (All My Children Starland Vocal Band).

  • American policeman called in by the gas company to cut off the gas supply of Eula Love, a Negro resident. She refused to comply and hit the gasman with a shovel. The gas company called the police and Love armed himself with a kitchen knife when they arrived. O'Callaghan, 24, opened fire on Love and shot her to death. He …

  • Baron Bassam, Brighton English politician

  • American mystic involved with pyramidology, herbalogy, massage, nutrition and other interests. As a good PR man and salesperson, he has received much media coverage over the past ten years ranging from the New York Times to radio and TV. He is the founder and president of Transformational Research Inc., an umbrella organization that he formed to offer services which develop …

  • American singer-songwriter/guitarist (38 Special, Van Zant).

  • Melbourne, Victoria -- Rock vocalist (Air Supply)

  • British-American singer, composer and musician. He was signed by Arista in 1981. The group released seven consecutive top-five U.S. singles in the three years that followed. The group disbanded with the usual occupational hazards of substance abuse in 1988. They were reformed in 1991.

  • English actress and singer-songwriter pianist (d. 2014).

  • United States -- 200m Backstroke Swimmer (1968 Olympics - Gold Medalist).

  • California, USA; actor ("Duncan - As the World Turns")

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on June 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • The Mayor of San Antonio Texas is a Latino-American politician. He was once considered a possible Democratic Vice-Presidential candidate. He was the first Hispanic ever to serve as chief executive in a major US town. Cisneros was the fifth of five extraordinary children born to George Cisneros, a military civil servant and Elvira Cisneros.

  • R&B singer (Temptations)

  • English singer-songwriter/guitarist (King Crimson, Supertramp).

  • Indian politician, 20th Chief Minister of Bihar

  • He is a Danish astrologist. He began his studies in 1969. After completing Ferenc SzAPllAPsi’s schook, he completed 178. Since 1986, he has been a professional astrologer. He is also an esoteric and examinated psychotherapist.

  • Politician

  • English horse trainer and author

  • Commander (UK Field Army)

  • British rock singer (Uriah Heep)

  • Adrienne Barbeau

    American actress, author of three books. Barbeau rose to fame in the 1970s, first as Broadway's original Rizzo in Grease and then as Carol Traynor in Maude, the divorcée daughter of Maude Findlay.

  • Children's Author

  • French advertising executive. He is currently France 24's CEO. From 2008 to 2012, he was the President of France MA(c).dias Monde. From 1997 to 2001, he was President of the French rugby club RC Narbonne.

  • Swiss journalist, writer, and entrepreneur. He received a PhD in economics (1973) from the University of St. Gallen. After that, he worked for Swiss television and was known as the creator of Kassensturz (1974), a consumer watchdog program.

  • Brazilian physician who founded PrA3-Vida ("Pro-Life"), an esoteric-mystical organisation (not to be confused the anti-abortion movements). Pro-Vida's heavy-handed teachings are noted for being centered around Charuri, a charismatic leader who possesses outstanding virtues.


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on June 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • American writer, noted family, and the daughter of actress Joan Crawford. She was one of four adopted children and grew up in a 22-room Brentwood home. "Mommie Dearest," her autobiography published in 1978, is a horrifying account of abuse. She takes credit for making child exploitation a major topic. She claimed that her stroke was caused by childhood beatings in …

  • Scottish-American Formula One Series professional race car driver. He was a clay pigeon shoot champion and began his driving career in 1961. By 1968, he had joined Ken Tyrrell, won his first championships, and participated in 25 Florida races. He had a productive and competitive career that saw 27 wins out of 99, as well as the Florida driving championships …

  • Country-pop singer

  • Baroness Heyhoe Flint English journalist and cricketer

  • Scottish race car driver

  • French intellectual and economist.

  • French-born Prince Consort of Denmark

  • High court judge in Britain

  • Vocalist (Goodnite Sweetheart Goodnite-Spaniels)

  • Gene Wilder

    American actor and comedian who made his screen debut with "Bonnie And Clyde", followed by "The Producers." He was a frenetic, talented, and uncontrollable comedian. He also appeared in "Everything you Always Wanted to Know About Sex." He began to direct his own films in 1975.

  • Estonian journalist and author

  • Swiss curator and art historian. Szeemann, who was married to Ingeborg LA 1/4 Scher, lived in Tegna, Ticino, Switzerland. He was buried in Ticino, 18 February 2005.

  • New York, USA. Singer/comedian (Laugh In).

  • French heir and business executive who served as a director on the Board of Directors of Peugeot between 1978 and 1992.

  • Middleburg, South Africa -- Antiapartheid writer (Blood Knot).

  • An English politician and businessman Minister of State for Trade

  • British Minister of State

  • American engineer and experimental pilot. An explosion occurred while he was flying a helicopter at 30,000ft on 3/15/1969. He fell and broke every bone except his left arm. His right arm was also broken. His face was completely destroyed. Lee was able to return to work after 33 major surgeries, 96 casts and many more. He became Vice President of …

  • Lawyer and politician for the American soldier

  • Russia -- Cosmonaut (Soyuz 12a backup)

  • (Rep-D-New York, 1971- )

1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on June 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • British author of occult literature; director of "Servants of Light", a Jersey-based organization. Her book "The Ritual Magic Workbook: A Practical Course in Self-Initiation" is her first. It guides a student through a year of magic training.

  • French jazz pianist. He worked as a pianist, arranger, and co-composer with Claude Nougaro, as well with European and American jazz musicians. Christian Vander's adoptive father, he is also his pianist.

  • American novelist and poet. From 2002 to 2006, he was Virginia's Poet Laureate. He is best known for his novels The Finished Man, Double Vision and the Elizabethan Trilogy (Death of the Fox, The Succession and Entered from the Sun). He died 25 May 2008.

  • Turkish businessman (d.2001)

  • Conservative MP/Chief (1922 Committee).

  • English parapsychologist and author (d.81)

  • English ballerina

  • British politician and Member of Parliament, who was elected at the General Election on 6/11/1987. Sir Fox was knighted. He died March 16, 2002 in Shipley, England. He was 74.

  • Italian soccer player. He died 22 April 1978.

  • Novelty singer / comedian

  • South Carolina, USA; composer (Slow Dusk).

  • American opera composer. He was the son of a Methodist minister and he based many his works on themes from South Carolina. Susannah (1955), his most well-known opera, is based upon a story from The Apocrypha that was transferred to modern, rural Tennessee. It is also set in Southern dialect.

  • William Styron

    American author, "Sophie's Choice" was a bestseller in 1990. This book provides a detailed description of depression, which is a condition that affects between 10 and 20 million Americans. Suicide is an option for people who are suffering from unbearable pain. He was 60 when he was struck down by the illness and decided to take his own life.

  • French screenwriter and writer. He died in GA(c]nolhac (Gard) on the 1st of December 2001.

  • France Writer

  • Canadian sportscaster (d. 2013)

  • Novelist

  • American architect, known for his distinctive style of Southwestern architecture. Gonzales was responsible for most of Scottsdale's major buildings, including the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, Civic Center Library, and Scottsdale City Hall. He also designed hundreds of private residences and homes throughout Arizona. Gonzales was awarded 131 architectural design awards over his career, many of them from the …

  • American physicist who was appointed by the government as a leader of the Los Alamos Science Lab 1950-1967. He was the head of cyclotron research for his ten last years at Los Alamos Science Lab 1950-1967. Leachman was a scientist at the Copenhagen Institute of Theoretical Physics from 1962 to 1963 and was a professor of Physics at Kansas State …

  • United Kingdom -- Novelist / Ibsen translator (Hedda Gabler)

  • Reyrieux Politician

  • Robert Hutton

    American actor, who was a leading figure in low-budget British films starting in the 60s. He has also appeared in some U.S. movies. His acting credits include "Destination Japan", 1944, and "Casanova’s Big Night," 1954. In the 1970s, he moved to horror and began producing screen plays. He has produced or written many movies, including "The Slime People," 1963 and …

  • Trinidadian-American singer, pianist (d. 1981).

  • King of Nepal (1955-52)

  • United States -- Writer/critic (World of Our Fathers).

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on June 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • Richard Todd

    Ireland -- Actor (Dorian Gray and Assassin Yangtse Incident).

  • American military. He rose to Vice Admiral in US Navy in 1972. He graduated from the US Naval Academy in Annapolis in 1937. He saw active service in the Pacific during WWII.

  • Estonian-American composer and pianist (d.2010)

  • Jordanian author and historian (d. 2008).

  • American table tennis player and coach (d. 1980).

  • Brevard Scientist

  • American religious leader (d.2008)

  • American businessman and religious leader (d.2008)

  • American physicist, McDaniel was a member what was called the Manhattan Project. McDaniel completed his doctoral thesis in 1943. He joined Cornell University's faculty, where he remained for 56 years. His mentor at Cornell recruited him to work on Manhattan Project. He was appointed director of Cornell's Laboratory of Nuclear Studies in 1967 and remained there until his retirement in …

  • Painter / engraver

  • American boxer. World Heavyweight champion 1941-'42. He began pro boxing 9/23/1934. He had a brief acting career, appearing in movies with Max in 1951's "Quo Vadis" and 1952's "Jack in the Beanstalk".

  • Greek-American mathematician and physicist, as well as computer scientist (Born in 1915).

  • Hungarian-American actress (d. 1997).

  • Font designer / cutter

  • Risë Stevens

    American actress and soprano (d.2013)

  • Washington, DC: Football coach (Packers) dies at 57

  • French politician. His parents were Alsatian. He was the Minister of Interior and President of the Constitutional Council of France. He died 13 September 1997.

  • Spanish painter.

  • American artist and magazine illustrator (Born 1913).

  • Lorria physician

  • Norwegian director and engineer. He was elected managing director of Holmenkolbanen in 1953. He remained there until 1967. From 1958 to 1959, he was chairman of the Norwegian Polytechnic Society and from 1963 to 1970, he was chairman of Institute of Transport Economics. He was then appointed director-general of the Norwegian State Railways.

  • Dayton, Tennessee -- Sportscaster (Wednesday night Fights).

  • Jacques-Yves Cousteau

    French marine biologist and inventor (d. 1997).

  • Musician

  • American composer, director, and songwriter (d. 1991).

  • French oceanographer, inventor and film-maker. He is the most famous undersea explorer of all time and the first to photograph the underwater world in color. Cousteau won ten Emmy Awards, including one for "The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau", which was cancelled by ABC in 1976 after eight years due to sagging ratings. Cousteau was presented with the Medal of …

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on June 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • Portuguese child is known for the Miracle of Fatima. This miracle saw the sun appear to spin and fall from a skyscraper. It was witnessed by 70,000 people on 13 Oct 1917.

  • German hammer thrower (d.82)

  • American homicide. Nathan Leopold, his friend, planned the "perfect crime" to thrill him. They were both the sons of influential and wealthy local families. They were considered brilliant students. They brutally murdered a young boy on 5/21/1924. They were captured and brought to trial on 7/21/1924. He was sentenced September 1924 to life imprisonment.

  • Bussang Journalist

  • French screenwriter and actor, who died at 96 on November 13, 2001.

  • NFL fullback (Duluth Eskimos, Chicago Cardinals)

  • Brooklyn, New York -- News panelist (Meet the Press).

  • American broadcaster and moderator. He was the cofounder and host of the radio program "Meet the Press", which ran from 1945 to 47 and then transitioned to early television in 1947. It lasted until 1975. Spivak was editor of "American Mercury" magazine before he began his radio career. He co-created "Meet the Press", with Martha Rountree. His tireless efforts to …

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