List of celebrities and famous people who were born on March 11th
Famous birthdays on March 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002003
Famous birthdays on March 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901998
Irish race horse (d.2014)
Estonian basketball player
Virgin Islander sailor
Belgian comedian and actress, appears to have ended her career in 2013. See
South African footballer
Chinese-Japanese singer (Morning Musume and Minimoni)
Japanese singer and actress with a Japanese voice
Japanese tennis player
Famous birthdays on March 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
South Korean singer and dancer (UKISS)
Venezuelan rapper (d. 2015)
Portuguese football player
American notable family, 14th great-grandchild to Rose Kennedy. Victoria Lawford Pender is the granddaughter of Peter Lawford, actor and actress.
South African footballer (d.2015)
Portuguese-Brazilian musician and sports broadcaster
Canadian ice hockey player
Canadian ice hockey player
Zimbabwean long jumper and sprinter
Japanese actress and singer (AKB48).
American football player
The 69th Yokozuna, Mongolian sumo wrestling champion
Mexican figure skater
Canadian ice hockey player
Mongolian sumo wrestler
Bulgarian figure skater
Sri Lankan cricketer
Japanese singer and model (Spin Aqua).
American television host and cheerleader
Greek model and television host
American singer (B3)
Filipino model and television host
Polish discus thrower
American actress. She landed her first TV commercial role at age 4.
Major League Baseball player
German rugby player
Russian DJ and producer
English guitarist (Bloc Party Pin Me Down, Ash)
English songwriter and drummer (Lostprophets Beat Union, Amen).
American author and businesswoman
American football player
American baseball player
Famous birthdays on March 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
American guitarist (Good Charlotte).
American basketball player
South Korean footballer (d. 2003)
American basketball player
At age 34, he is an Ivorian footballer who plays for Shanghai Shenhua. He is the captain of the CA'te d'Ivoire football national team (Ivory Coast) and the all-time leading scorer. He is most well-known for his time at Chelsea. He has scored more goals than any foreign player.
American writer. He is the son of Anne Rice, poet/painter, and Christopher Rice. Christopher is openly gay.
Spanish actor and model
English-Scottish manager and footballer
American basketball player
NBA forward (Cleveland Cavaliers).
cornerback (Seattle Seahawks).
American radio personality
American radio host and actor (d. 2014)
French comedian, actor and TV presenter. He is the son of a Breton (the name Tsedri means jewish, from North Africa), and was a general in the French Airforce. He studied law at St-Quentin-en-Yvelines university. He quit his job as a salesman to present the weather on TV. He is a keen sportsman and enjoys cycling and soccer. He also …
Venezuelan baseball player
American journalist and author
Illinois, USA; figure skater (1997 Great Lakes-second).
Australian rower (Olympics-1996).
linebacker (Cincinnati Bengals).
American reality TV personality
American wrestler (d. 2001).
English keyboard player and songwriter, guitarist (Black Sabbath and Headspace).
Canadian racehorse (d. 90)
Belgian swimming champion. He holds the Belgian records for the 100 meter freestyle (50 m) and freestyle (100 m). He was not selected for the 50 m. Freestyle at the Atlanta Olympics 1996 but he competed in both the 100 m. and 4X100 freestyle.
American blogger and author
NFL defensive back (Denver Broncos - Super Bowl 32)
Canadian Football League offensive tackle (Winnipeg Blue Bombers).
American actor and director
Canadian Football League defensive back (British Columbia Lions).
Japanese mixed martial artist and wrestler
Austrian coach and footballer
French sailor who has competed in many events, including monohull and multihull sailing, as well as solo regattas on lakes. She won numerous races, including Trimaran 60ft Orma and Figaro.
NFL cornerback (New York Jets).
Japanese singer-songwriter producer and actress (Ajico)
Italian footballer (d.2013)
American comedian, actor, screenwriter, and stunt performer. He is most well-known as the star and co-creator of MTV's reality show Jackass.
Turkish screenwriter and actress
Czechoslovakia, NHL left wing (Montreal Canadiens Olympics-Gold-1998)
He was an Italian hemophiliac who contracted AIDS after receiving blood transfusions.
Czechoslovakia; hockey player (Team Czechoslovakia Republic, Olympics-gold-1998).
Miss Universe - Paraguay (1996)
French infant died in the Clinique Alexis Carrel's Sarcelles maternity ward. At 11:45 pm on the morning of 3/1/1971, a fire broke out at the maternity ward. 32 babies were sleeping in it. Itthuralde was taken by ambulance to Paris's burn center, where he later died at 6:15 am.
Czech ice hockey player
South Africa; Canadian Tour golfer (1993 Newcastle).
American producer and rapper
Hockey forward (Team Kazakhstan Olympics- 1998)
British actor and author
Famous birthdays on March 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American singer-songwriter (The Thorns).
American singer-songwriter guitarist and producer (d. 2006)
Quebec, Canada; NHL left-wing (New York Rangers).
NFL offensive tackle (Buffalo Bills).
American actress and singer Liz and Lisa is a guitarist and singer-songwriter from the USA.
Actor (Peter Fairchild-Central Park West)
Canadian politician and lawyer
A versatile actor from Scotland, American, and West End musicals, Barrowman is also able to perform on stage and in children's TV shows, as well as American soaps. Since 1989, Barrowman has been a Saturday morning TV presenter and has appeared in six West End musicals. He was in the London production "Sunset Boulevard", and in September 1995, he was …
Ontario, Canada; NHL defenseman (Tampa Bay Lightning).
American wrestler and radio host
Brazilian-American mixed martial artist, trainer
American politician and lawyer United States Under Secretary for the Army
French hip hop artist, also known as Shurik'n Chang-Ti. He is one of the members of the highly successful group IAM, as well as a major solo artist. With his brother Faf Larage (Raphaël Mussard), he also is a member of the group La Garde.
Australian poker player, Lebanese-born
English wrestler and trainer
Kansas City Chiefs).
Greek basketball player and coach
California, USA; pitcher (Colorado Rockies).
American basketball coach and player
British television presenter
in West Germany; tennis star.
English fashion designer
Estonian singer-songwriter/guitarist (Vennaskond).
Manager and English footballer
American producer and singer Beatnik Beatch (Beatnik Beatch)
Jr. American lawyer, politician
American drummer (Pantera)
American film producer, director, and actor
American film producer, director and actor
Tampere (Finland) -- Hockey forward (Team Finland), Olympic - Bronze – 1998)
Soap Opera Actor
American producer and director
American notable family, dau of actress Anne Baxter and husb.randolph Galt; great granddau architect Frank lloyd Wright.
Dutch actor and comedian
American director and photographer
American screenwriter and producer of actor directors
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
Estonian actor and author
American politician and lawyer 32nd Governor of Wyoming
Canada; rock guitarist (Big Country - "Wonderland").
Canadian-Scottish guitarist (Big Country and Casbah Club).
rocker (Dead or Alive) - "Spin Me Round".
Canadian actress and singer
French filmmaker, writer and producer who specializes on horror, fantasy films and videogame adaptations.
Japanese animator and director
English actor and director
Famous birthdays on March 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American porno star with many X-Cinema Awards. Since her film debut in 1984's "Educating Nina," she has appeared in more than 200 films, including the hilarious parodies "Debbie For Hire," Debbie Duz Dishes," Night of the Living Debbies I, II and III.
Mexican coach and footballer
Serbian-American poet and journalist
American motorcycle racer
English academic and computer scientist
Danish journalist and author
Japanese producer and singer-songwriter
Interim President of Iraq
American journalist and author
Actress (Buffy Family Affair), ODs at 18.
He is a French politician and speechwriter. From 2007 to his defeat in 2012, he was a special advisor for Nicolas Sarkozy, the French President.
American drag queen Emcee, film actress, comedienne and autobiographer. A full-time transvestite and "preoperative transsexual," the Lady Chablis owns no men's clothing and takes estrogen to increase her bustline but has no plans for surgery. Slender, black and attractive, Chablis became a media personality through interviews on Oprah and in USA Today, following the publication in January 1994 of John …
American television writer and author
American voice actor
North Carolina, USA; Major US Air Force/astronaut (STS 47, STS 66, 77, 85, 95).
American triple jumper
American colonel pilot and astronaut
French policeman and gang leader. He was arrested in 1985 and sentenced to 17 years in prison for eight armed robberies that were committed between 1983-85. He was paroled in 1997 and wrote "le Cercle noir", a memoir about his twelve years in prison.
American statutory rapist
British journalist and TV presenter in sports (d. 1999).
German singer who is well-known in the new wave of punk shortly after her move to the West in 1976. She is a true original and a huge success.
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (The Statler Brothers).
American screenwriter and director of author
Dutch politician and physician
American politician and lawyer 48th United States Secretary for the Interior
Greek actor and singer (d. 2014).
American jazz musician, nicknamed Fathead (Born 1933).
Romanian-Hungarian manager and footballer
Romanian football manager and player
Canadian singer-songwriter and guitarist
American musician, drummer, and percussionist, "Shadowfax."
American record producer and businessman, Interscope Records and Beats Electronics were co-founded by Interscope Records and Beats Electronics.
Irish-American sportscaster and race car driver
British sci-fi author, best known for his bizarre "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" (1979 cult favourite). It was made into a book that sold 14 million copies worldwide and then became a TV series. Galaxy was followed by several sequels, including "The Restaurant at the End of the Universe", "Life, the Universe and Everything", and "So Long and Thanks for …
Pennsylvania, USA; actress ("Susan – Eight is Enough")
American entrepreneur and president of gbi communication, married japanese fortune heiress.
American composer and saxophonist (Nighthawks Orchestra).
French actress and model
Estonian geneticist and academic
French journalist, woman of letters, editor, producer
American jazz and pop singer, conductor, and musician. McFerrin is known for his extraordinary ability to use his voice to mimic musical instruments. The 1988 hit song "Don't Worry Be Happy", which McFerrin overdubbed vocally, was his biggest commercial success. He has been awarded more than ten Grammy's since 1986. He won the Grammy for best male jazz vocal performance …
French international classical pianist (duo avec her sister).
American film producer and director. He started producing movies with his brother Dave Zucker. Then he went on to produce his own productions of "Ghost," 1990, "First Knight," 1995 and "My Best Friend's Wedding," 1998. He was also co-executive producers of the TV series "Police Squad."
Wisconsin, USA; Director (Airplane and Naked Gun).
American model, Playboy Plamate of August 1971
Famous birthdays on March 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
French restaurateur and chef, CarrA(c), des Feuillants is awarded two Michelin stars.
Dutch drummer / producer
Academic and historian of South African-English heritage
Dominican baseball player
French triple jumper, who won two French league titles in France in 1969 & 1971.
Jensen began studying astrology in late 1970s. He passed the American Federation of Astrologers exam in 1983. He is a professional astrologist since 1985. His specialties include personal astrology, development astrology, and business astrology.
Netherlands; guitarist/singer (Golden Earring - "Radar Love", "Twilight Zone").
Dutch singer-songwriter/guitarist (Golden Earring).
Dominican baseball player, coach
American politician and lawyer 80th Governor of Georgia
English keyboard player (Caravan & Camel).
French composer and educator
Paris, France -- Actress (1900 First Love).
Australia: World-champion squash player.
English television host
New Jersey, USA; rocker (Vanilla Fudge - "You Keep Me Hanging On").
American singer-songwriter (Vanilla Fudge), keyboard player
French radio station director and founder. He created the NRJ Foundation on 10/19/1999. It is a foundation that acts in support of children, youth, and defenseless persons, who are at risk of sickness, ill-treatment, misery, or any other form degeneration. The foundation is also committed to helping animals that are at risk of extinction or who have been ill treated.
Tourcoing (France) -- Actress (Man Who Dies Twice).
American jazz singer
American producer and actor
American baseball player and coach (d.2008)
Louisiana, USA; actress (Piranha Part II).
Consultant (British Arts Council).
Chinese-Filipino singers and songwriters
American guitarist (Pure Food and Drug Act and Canned Heat).
Benny Gallagher and a Scottish-British songwriting duo were the first to start their professional careers. They moved to London, where they became the in-house composers at Apple Label. They formed a partnership with McGuinness Flint in April 1970. After that, they began their individual careers. They had two top-ten hits in 1976, in June and April. Lyle wrote with Tina …
American ex-government employee and business owner, Cellular Communications' CEO. Ginsberg worked previously for the Federal Communications Commission, before joining a high-school buddy to create a cellular network that covered Ohio and Puerto Rico. He holds a BA and PhD in Economics.
French architect and artist (painter, sculptor), who worked at headquarters for Louis Vuitton and LaEUR(tm),OrA(c).al and Swiss Life.
Drummer (Mindbenders, "Games of Love")
French road bike racer and the only one to win a stage in the Tour de France on July 14, France's national holiday, wearing the jersey as national champion.
Italian Formula One race car driver. Merzario started racing in 1956. He has been racing professionally since 1962. In 1967, he signed with Abarth, where he won over Ferrari. He represented Ferrari in 1970, winning the championship. From 1973, he raced for Formula One. Merzario continued to compete in European racing and was still winning.
American scholar theologian, author (d.2015)
American professional athlete. He was a baseball player for the Houston Astros (Los Angeles Dodgers), New York Yankees (and many other teams). He made his major-league debut July 10, 1963, and he retired in 1977.
American screenwriter and producer of director films
American lawyer, who Gore employed in the Florida voter fiasco. He also voted against Microsoft for the Justice Dept., and was on the side with Napster during their January 2001 struggle. Boies was interviewed by "60 Minutes" on February 25, 2001. Boies is known for his brilliance.
Italian comedian, actor, screenwriter, and screenwriter, first known as Renato Pozzetto's partner in the comedy duo Cochi& Renato.
Argentinian poet, composer, and singer. Many refer to him as "The great sing of simple things".
Famous birthdays on March 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American politician and lawyer 32nd Lieutenant Governor of Nevada
American accordion player (Texas Tornados and Los Super Seven)
South African bishop (d. 2013)
Speed; British high-court judge.
American screenwriter and director producer (d. 2011).
Sri Lankan scholar and psychiatrist (d. 2013).
Spanish actor (d. 2012).
American jurist and the first Italian-American Supreme Court justice, Scalia was appointed by President Reagan to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Warren Burger in June 1986. Scalia is known as "Nino" to his friends. He is an intellectual dynamo who leans towards the extreme right of the U.S. Supreme Court. He prefers that the Supreme Court's cases be resolved by …
New Jersey, USA: 105th Supreme Court Justice (1986).
American screenwriter and photographer (d.1984)
French geologist. He was elected as a member of The Academy of Sciences on the 15th April 1991. In 1996, he became Permanent Secretary.
American television newscaster, anchor, reporter, and anchor. He was a regular on ABC Weekend News since 1979 and Prime Time Live for ABC in 1989. He describes himself as a hard worker, competitive, loyal, and a good friend to those who are fighting for justice.
French screenwriter, director, and actor. Between 1954 and 1998, he appeared in 40 films. He was married to Pascale Audret, a actress. He died 22 October 2001.
A Scottish bagpipe player, who was also known as "The King Of The Highland Pipes". Many awards and wins from professional and junior competitions were earned through childhood lessons. His albums were popular in the 1970s, and Burgess received an MBE in 1989. He was killed in an automobile accident on June 29, 2005, near his home in Invergordon in …
German discus thrower
Greece -- Medical genetics researcher
Composer (Blossom songs, Ramasasiri)
Texas, USA; ABC White House correspondent ("Prime Time")
California, United States
Since 1983, Chancellor of Exchequer and British conservative politician
London, England -- Actress (Jubal).
American film producer (d. 2012).
American composer and violinist (Revolutionary Ensemble), (d. 2007).
After a journalistic career in London in 1962, he took over his family's small newspaper. Within two years, he had transformed it into several profitable papers. He paid $27 million in 1981 for the two-century-old London Times and became a self-made billionaire. His media holdings included more than 80 publications across three continents as well as the American FOX television …
Italian cabaret singer.
CEO (Midland Bank).
German artist and children's book author, who by 1980 had published over 100 books for children in nearly 30 languages.
Canadian screenwriter and actor (d. 1986).
English illustrator and engraver
American astrologer. After attending the AFA convention at Los Angeles, she contracted Legionnaires Disease on 7/25/1986.
Famous birthdays on March 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
American screenwriter and producer of actor (d. 1994).
Unofficial / civil servant
American actor (Born 1928).
New York, USA. Actor (Daniel Boone 79 Park Avenue).
London, England -- Director (Dr. No)
German actor, TV host, lyricist, and businessman. He is best known to a large German-speaking audience for his roles as one of the recurring characters in several Edgar Wallace movies. (He was always one of the good guys, often a Detective Inspector with Scotland Yard). He is sometimes called Akim Berg or Berger in the English-speaking world.
emeritus professor (Royal Veterinary College).
British trade unionist
Australian politician and activist (d. 2015).
Italian cyclist who participated in the Tour de France in 1950s.
Spanish painter and sculptor (d. 2014).
American politician and sailor, 25th United States Secretary Of Commerce (d.2010)
American Civil Rights Activist, founder of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, founded with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. They promoted non-violence in order to achieve civil rights for blacks in the early 1960s. He was jailed 17 times with King; he was sentenced to 20 days in prison on 6/24/68. His church and home were bombed once before.
American surgeon and academic
Turkish composer and musician
England, United Kingdom -- Architect
French suicide and homicide. At 17 she was the mistress of a German colonel. She kept a diary of her lover's actions. The Resistance listed her as a Nazi collaborator.
American civil rights leader (d. 90)
Turkish-American composer and pianist (d. 2012).
Trinidadian weightlifter (d. 2014)
Queen's Council/recorder for London
German writer, painter, and decorative seamstress. She died in Schwanstetten (near Nuremberg) on August 8, 1978.
American biochemist and academic (d. 1983).
Turkish journalist and author, Turkish lawyer (d. 2010).
Italian psychiatrist and neurologist. He proposed the dismantling psychiatric hospital. He was the most important Italian psychiatrist of the 20th Century.
France sport Champion
American tennis player (d. 2014.)
Oklahoma, USA; tennis player (four-time Wimbledon champion).
German/Norwegian gypsy artist
Oklahoma, United States -- Tennis player (4 time Wimbledon Champ)
Dutch literary (River Basin).
London, England -- Actor (Tony Behind the Scenes).
Italy sport Champion
Spanish actor (d.2009)
Prime Minister of Malaysia (d. 1976).
Dutch singer / guitarist (Programa de Manha)
American banking executive.
Bin Hussain was the premier of Malaysia (1970-1977).
Malaysian politician who helped Malaya (now Malaysia), gain independence from Great Britain in 1957. Razak received the "Seri Maharaja Negara" award in 1959. This was one of the country's highest honors and earned him the title "Tun Haji". Razak was educated as an attorney, but he joined the civil service in 1950. Five years later, Razak became involved in politics.
Malaysian politician and lawyer 2nd Prime Minister of Malaysia (d.76).
Spanish actor and director (d.2009)
Greek philosopher and economist (Born in 1922)
Argentine tango composer and bandoneon player, as well as arranger. His work revolutionized traditional tango and created a new style called "nuevo" tango. It incorporated elements from jazz music and classical music. He was a virtuoso musician and bandoneonist who performed his compositions with many ensembles. Stephen Holden, an American music critic, described Piazzolla in 1992 as "the greatest composer …
American mathematician (d. 2005).
United States -- Sci-fi author (Star Rebel)
chancellor (Saint Andrews University).
CEO (British Airways).
England, United Kingdom -- Poet/Narist (Some Men Are Brothers)
Dutch-American Nobel Prize winner in Physics and Academic Nobel Prize winner
Famous birthdays on March 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Puerto Rican politician and businessman, 126th Mayor at Ponce (d. 2012).
Bandleader / Son of Duke Ellington
France Military man
British politician who was elected Prime Minister on the resignation of Edward HeathaEUR(tm). He was an economist in government and had previously taught economics at Oxford. He was elected to Parliament in 1945 and became the youngest member of British cabinet in 20th-century British politics. He was a member of the Labour Party and headed EnglandaEUR(tm), England's government, from 1964-1970 …
American actor, equestrian, and cowgirl.
Author of children's literature (d. 1983).
French actor on stage, film, and television, who was killed in Bagnols-sur-CA", France, 31 December 2000.
(L) British Prime Minister (1964-70, 1974-76)
American illustrator and author (d. 1983).
Chinese-American actress, seen as "The Good Earth." She committed suicide on 7/25/1940.
American psychologist and computer scientist (d. 1990).
German poet and author (d. 1988).
German writer (d. 1988).
French historian who specializes in all things military, including uniforms, flags, and badges.
American computer scientist and Internet pioneer (d. 90)
Toronto, Ontario -- Composer (Enchanted Hill)
Professor / Anaesthetist
Spanish composer (El gato con botas).
Latham Pepys Scholar.
Guatemalan sculptor. He was the director of Rafael Rodriguez Padilla's National School of Plastic Arts. He created aEURaEURseveral sculptures at the National Palace in Guatemala. One of these highlights is the National Shields.
Boston, Massachusetts -- Actor. (Time Lock, Up Periscope).
Israeli politician and jurist.
The 1968 Olympics were presided over by President Mexican of Mexico
1st Baronet Egyptian–Scottish general, politician
Witness of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Fatima (Born in 1910)
Belgium sport Champion
G Havemann German Chemist.
German academic and chemist (d. 1982).
Famous birthdays on March 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
French singer and actor, who died in Grainville-sur-Odon (France) on July 7, 1997 at the age of 89.
Finnish javelin thrower (d. 1997)
Norwegian church historian and theologian. In 1939, he was made professor of church history. He was a member the Norwegian Broadcasting Council 1956-1963.
Heroine (saved her children).
Moltke German politician (July 20, plot).
British minister (Labour).
London, England -- Actress (Gangway First a Girl).
Belgium sport Champion
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Dutch nuclear physicist / US
Dutch writer (Isaac De Fuentes).
American accordion player and bandleader. He had his own TV program on ABC from 1955-1982. In 1953, he was nominated as the best male performer for a TV Emmy. Because of his annual New Years ball, his music was known as "champagne". His popularity was a constant among middle-Americana, particularly seniors.
New Zealand historian and classicist (d. 1989).
Publisher (NY Post)