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2009 - 2000

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

  • American child of well-known parents, Jaime Pressly, an actress (of "My Name is Earl") fame and her deejay fiancA(c), Eric Cubiche

1999 - 1990

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

  • American family of note, Gabrielle Carteris' daughter with Charles Isaacs. Her mother is a star on the TV series "Beverly Hills 90210."

  • Ethiopian runner

  • He is a French runner and an athlete. He was a bronze medalist at 2012 European championship and was also a finalist at 2013 and 2015 World championships, finishing 7th and 5th respectively. He is the most promising French middle-distance runner since JackyBoxberger. Since the 18th July 2014 Monaco, Herculis meeting, he has held the French record (1mn42sec 53).

  • Soccer Player

  • Canadian TV personalities, models and QuA(c.bA(c.coise VJs), as well as identical twins. They speak English and French. They present BO2 on Musique Plus French in French. This program features celebrity news and reviews. They hosted Take 2 in English on Family Channel Canada.


1989 - 1980

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

  • Holly Valance

    Pop Singer

  • American football player.

  • Dutch actress

  • Steven Sotloff, an American-Israeli journalist. He was abducted in Aleppo, Syria by Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant militants (ISIL) and taken into captivity. A video of Sotloff being executed by an Islamic State (IS), operative was released on September 2, 2014. After the beheading, President Barack Obama declared that the United States would take steps to "degrade" and …


1979 - 1970

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

  • Laetitia Casta

    French Corsican actress and model, found by a photographer on Corsican beaches. She was seen in "Asterix", with Gerard Depardieu. She played the role LA(c)a on "The blue Bicycle", a French TV series in 2008. Two years later, she played Brigitte Bardot (played in biopic "Gainsbourg") by Eric Elmosnino. She portrayed Arletty, a French actress, for French TV in 2015.

  • Finnish composer and cellist (Apocalyptica).

  • Benoît Magimel

    He is a French actor who started his career at the age of 14 in the film "Life is a long, quiet river", directed by Etienne Chatillez. When he made the decision to quit his studies at 16, he was 16. He was 16 when he decided to stop his studies.

  • French actor

  • American professional wrestler

  • English-Welsh coach and footballer

  • Victoria, Australia; Australasia golfer.

  • Spanish flamenco and jazz singer, born in a family originating from Equatorial Guinea, grew up in Mallorca among Spanish Romani people (Gitanos) as the only person of African descent in her neighborhood. Her father left the family when she was nine. She is the mother of a young son.

  • NFL center (Houston Oilers).

  • Australian actress


1969 - 1960

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

  • Jeffrey Donovan

    American stage, film, and television actor. On the American cable television series Burn Notice, he played the role of Michael Westen. He has starred in many films, including Hitch, Believe in Me and Changeling. Clint Eastwood's J. Edgar (2012) featured him as Robert F. Kennedy.

  • Filipino screenwriter and director

  • French top model who married David Hallayday 9/15/1989. Their daughter Ilona was conceived in 5/17/1995.

  • French journalist, producer, and television host. He has presented news on TF1, 13th Street, France 5 t, and TF1 I>TA(c.lA(c).

  • German drummer (Rammstein and Feeling B)

  • American hedge fund manager. He is the founder of Pershing Square Capital Management LP and its CEO.

  • American human rights and sexual rights activist for over two decades, she is the author of Written Out: How Sexuality Is Used to Attack Women's Organizing; the co-author of Strengthening Resistance: Confronting Violence Against Women and HIV/AIDS and Amnesty InternationalaEUR(tm)s Crimes of Hate, Conspiracy of Silence: Torture and Ill-Treatment Based on Sexual Identity.

  • American Major League Baseball player (1987-1995). He came out as gay in 1999.

  • American professional baseball pitcher. He was selected by the Cincinnati Reds in the seventh round free-agent draft pick on 6/07/1982. Witt did not sign with the Reds, but enrolled at Oklahoma State. He was awarded the Right-handed Pitcher Award by the college All American team in 1985. The Texas Rangers selected Witt in the first round of their free-agent draft …

  • American screenwriter and actor

  • American actor

  • Natasha Richardson

    British actress, well-known for her performances in the theatre. Natasha is just as talented as her Oscar-winning father Tony Richardson and mother Vanessa Redgrave. In June 1998, she won the Tony Award for Best Actress in Musical in Cabaret's Broadway revival. Her soft, rich voice has earned her critical acclaim both in London's West End as well as on Broadway. …

  • Brooklyn, New York -- Welterweight boxer (1984 Olympics - Gold Medalist)

  • Swedish politician, 10th Minister for International Development Cooperation


1959 - 1950

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

  • French actress and film director.

  • French politician, who was Minister for the Interior, Overseas Territories, and Territorial Collectivities. He was previously Minister of Labour, Labour Relations, the Family, Solidarity and Urban Affairs, Minister-Delegate for Local Government at the Ministry of the Interior, and a Member of the European Parliament.

  • American family of note, the son Marlon Brando (and Anna Kashfi) On 5/16/1990, at his father's Bel Air estate, he shot and killed Dag Dag Drollet, Tahiti's sister's lover. They were arguing about whether Drollet was beating Tarita Cheyenne Brando (age 20), during an argument. He was drunk at the time and claimed that there had been a fight and …

  • Politician

  • Australian rower (Olympics-1996).

  • American musician. He is a member the rock band "Alabama." In 1979, he replaced Rich Scott as drummer.

  • French politician and lawyer who served as secretary of state under the government of Raffarin II. She was a professor of Banking Law from 1979 to 2004, and a lawyer in Paris (1979-192004, and since June 2010).

  • Massachusetts, USA; drummer. (Alabama – "Take Me Down")

  • Dutch singer (Frank Boeijen Group).

  • Iranian-American actress

  • Frances Fisher

    English-American actress

  • New Jersey, USA: comedian (Fridays and Roll Out).

  • French politician. Previously a professor of physics and biology, he is Mayor of Saint-Laurent-du-Maroni since 1983. In 1988, he was elected to the French National Assembly for the Rally for the Republic as the 2nd French Guiana constituency. He was reelected at each election until 2007.

  • Canadian politician and farmer 13th Premier of Alberta

  • rugby player.

  • English rugby player and educator


1949 - 1940

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

  • Quebec musician and singer

  • Politician

  • Polish-born striker in French soccer (soccer). He played for Saint-A%0tienne from 1966 to 1974, before moving on to Marseille until he retired as a player in 1978.

  • American cardiologist invented the Artificial heart

  • Jr. American publisher and politician, 63rd Mayor for Savannah Georgia (d.2014)

  • Musician

  • French concert pianist and professor at Conservatoire de Bobigny (1981 - 2008) and, since 2007, at the Schola Cantorum.

  • British actress best known for her role as Pat Butcher on BBC One's soap opera EastEnders, 1986 to 2012. She is also one of the longest-serving cast members.

  • British author

  • California, USA; actor ("Jim - Charlie and Company", Nine Months).

  • British singer, songwriter, and lead vocalist for The Animals. In January 1964, they signed a recording deal and reached the top of the British charts within six months. The U.S. chart was followed in September. The group broke up in September 1966 due to increasing drug use and decreased harmony. It regrouped under Eric Burdon & the Animals. Their greatest …

  • American author, teacher, lecturer and professional astrologer. He was the President of ISAR's Los Angeles chapter in 1982. He was also Director and Membership Chairman for ISAR.

  • Belgium sport Champion

  • American notable family, the daughter Wannetta Ellen Alexander (and William Jefferson Blythe). She changed her name from Sharon to Bob Pettijohn and they had a son, Tom. Her mother swears that the man she married is the same man who gave birth to President Clinton. Ritzenthaler, another half-sibling, stated that he was told by his mother there was a sister. …

  • English snooker player


1939 - 1930

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

  • Australian stage and television entertainer, Little, is a perennially outrageous character who epitomizes camp. She is known for her witty voice and signature line, "helloooooOOOO dahhhlings!" Little, eighteen months pregnant and dressed in extravagant clothes with an off-beat sense humor, made her television debut in September 1974 on The Mike Walsh Show. The normally slim Little, mistaken for a drag …

  • Iowa, USA. Flutist/composer ("2 Oboes Troping")

  • California, USA; musician "Escalator over the Hill".

  • Italian notable family, younger sister to actress Sophia Loren. Romano Mussolini was her husband. They had two daughters. They divorced in 1975 after they separated in 1970. In 1977, she was again married to an Iranian doctor. She later divorced.

  • Doug McClure

    American actor. He is a handsome, blonde leading man and supporting actor in film and television, including "The Virginian" (1962), and "Backtrack!" (1969). (1969).

  • American singer and BMI Award-winning songwriter. He teamed up from 1957 with Roy Orbison, a virtually unknown artist, to write a string hit songs for Monument Records. These included "Only the Lonely", "Running Scared", (1961, #1 in the US), and "Crying." (1961).

  • Spanish journalist and author (d. 2007.

  • American singer-songwriter (Born 1935).

  • California, USA; actor.

  • American politician, third-term U.S. On 5/24/2001, Senator John McCain announced that he would be leaving the Republican Party in order to become an Independent. This move changed the Senate's balance towards the Democrats. He stated that he was unhappy with Bush's views on abortion and energy, and decided to quit the GOP and vote Independent. This news caused a shockwave …

  • American actor and writer. He was also an experimental theatre director. His work was only known to a few intellectuals prior 1982. His film, "My Dinner With Andre", was a huge success story in Boston Art House history. The comedy's success made Gregory Shawn and Wallace Shawn instant stars and became theater legends.

  • Canadian academic and businessman

  • American religious leader, Louis X was then called Farrakhan. He was the former leader of the Harlem Mosque of the Nation of Islam. In 1977, he became the National spokesperson and founded the reorganized Nation of Islam. He is a rampant racist and incendiary speaker who refers to Jews and bloodsuckers. He rails against white supremacy through a uniform bigotry …

  • Baron Patel Tanzanian-English obstetrician, politician and academic

  • American entrepreneur who created programs for astrological computations while working for IBM for 17 year. He founded ACS, Astrocomputing Service. in 1973. This creation merged his two passions, metaphysics, and computers. As ACS became the leading source of computerized calculations for astrologers, a publishing division was added and the name was legally changed to Astro-Communications-Services in 1990.

  • reverend/dean (Chester).


1929 - 1920

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

  • American professional astrologer, who writes skillful columns for NCGR journals. She is also a member of the board and the president of its Boston Chapter. Frances began her astrology studies at Arizona State University in 1949. She was a student of Grant Lewis. She moved to Boston after graduation and continued her studies with Isabel Hickey. She was greatly influenced …

  • British Vice-Admiral.

  • Israeli sculptor

  • Italian filmmaker Ferreri is a bizarrely funny and absurdly grotesquely set film director. Ferreri studied at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. He began directing documentaries with Zavattini from 1953. He spent a short time in Spain working with Rafael Azcona, before returning to Italy to direct his own productions. Ferreri was awarded the Critics’ Prize, Cannes Film Festival 1973, Silver …

  • Yvonne Furneaux
  • German-American financial economist and CEO of Caesars Casino of New Jersey. Gluck holds a BS degree in Economic Finance, International Trade and Finance.

  • Dutch missionary and author

  • Mort Sahl

    Canadian-American comedian, entertainer, and political satirist. He was an intellectual star who helped to create modern political satire during the 1950s. His wittiness and wit were developed in Canadian clubs, before he went international. Sahl's comedy routine, which was based on J. Edgar Hoover, Eisenhower, the FBI and later the Kennedy administration and Vietnam, earned him fame in the 1950s. …

  • Bernard Fox

    English actor

  • United States -- Sci-fi author (Headless Cupid)

  • American author, explorer and scholar (d. 2007).


1919 - 1910

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

  • Richard Feynman

    American theoretical physicist, known for his contributions to the path integral formulation and quantum mechanics, the theory, and physics of superfluidity in supercooled liquid Helium as well as in particle physics (he invented the partonmodel). Feynman was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in Physics in 1965 for his contributions to quantum electrodynamics. He was also awarded the Sin-Itiro Tomonaga …

  • CEO (Dowty Group).

  • France Military man

  • Physicist (Feynman-diagrams / Nobel prize 1965)

  • French geologist and vulcanologist (Born 1914).

  • American Democratic politician, who survived the Bataan Death March in World War II.

  • Famous Peruvian painter and sculptor, historian, and writer. Alfredo Guido taught him the art of mural painting and engraving over five years. In 1938, he moved to Chile where he organized his first private exhibition of oil paintings and engravings, as well as frescos, on board. In 1940, he returned to Lima. He joined the National School of Fine Arts …

  • British tennis player, who is well-known and is one of the top tennis players in the U.K. In 1928, her competitive streak caused her to lose out in international tournaments.

  • Sharp, a Canadian politician, businessman and statesman was a member in Parliament from 1963 to 1978. He was also Minister of Trade and Commerce, Minister Finance, Secretary of State, External Affairs and President of The Privy Council.

  • Comedy (Spike Jones, City Slickers and Doodles Weaver).

  • Phil Silvers

    Comedic actor Sergeant Bilko, who died in his sleep at 73 years old, has been identified as a comedic actor.


1909 - 1900

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

  • French government employee. He was appointed General Secretary to the Vichy police by Prime Minster Pierre Laval during WW II. This post he held until the end in 1944. In July 1942, he was renamed "The General Secretary of the Vichy police" by Prime Minister Pierre Laval.

  • Costa Rican politician, poet, and educator.

  • Marseille physician

  • Grenoble physician

  • German actor and singer (d.75)

  • German poet (d. 1988)

  • American baseball player and coach

  • Ukrainian-English poet and author (d.88)

  • His family owned Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd, a Scottish businessman and member of British aristocracy. In 1968, Robert passed away.

  • Dutch poet, post-symbolist poet and translator of Latin poetry and Hebrew poetry.

  • peace campaigner.

  • Russian novelist and winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1965 for his stories and novels about the Cossacks in southern Russia.

  • Spanish painter and illustrator

  • French actor who was killed in Paris 12 June 1965.

  • Dutch radio-announcer.

  • Original and eccentric Spanish surrealist painter. His art and life were infused with his fertile imagination.

  • Original and eccentric Spanish surrealist painter. His art and life were infused with his fertile imagination.

  • American baseball manager and player (d. 1993).

  • American poet, and the only female associated with the Objectivist poetrys. Her demonstration of how an Objectivist poet could deal with the personal as subject matter is widely credited.

  • Philosopher

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