List of celebrities and famous people who were born on November 11th
Famous birthdays on November 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102011
American child was born on "elevens" day. (Note the time and date of 11/11/11 at 11.11). Additionally, the United States celebrates Veterans' Day on November 11, 2011. This day honors all military veterans. His birth was announced in a news report. His mother is an Air Force veteran, and his father is active military personnel. Jacob is the second child …
Caesarean born an American child on 11/11/2011. According to the news report she was supposed to be born at 10:30, but due to unforeseen circumstances she arrived at 11:11 am.
Famous birthdays on November 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002002
American family of distinction, Charlie Robison, first child of Dixie Chick Emily Robison, and her husband Charlie Robison.
Famous birthdays on November 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Argentine tennis player
Famous birthdays on November 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Scottish race car driver
American figure skater
Japanese actress and singer (Morning Musume Elgies High-King, Morning Musume Otomegumi).
Japanese singer and actress with a Japanese voice
Vinny Guadagnino is a reality star best known for his appearance on the MTV show Jersey Shore.
Japanese actor and singer (News and Tegomass).
Reality TV star in Britain
Mark Sanchez is a former American football quarterback known for his time with the New York Jets and Philadelphia Eagles.
François Trinh-Duc is a French rugby player known for his skillful playmaking and leadership on the field.
Nina Senicar is a Serbian model, actress, and television presenter known for her work in the Italian entertainment industry.
American was charged with drunken driving and negligent driving as well as speeding and breakdown lane violation after his car crashed into a trooperEUR(tm), a vehicle of the state trooperaEUR(tm). She was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. Senne was not injured in the accident that occurred in Wareham, MA at 6:10 am on July 26, 2003. Eyewitnesses stated …
Cameroonian-American basketball player.
German footballer who plays for Bayern Munich as a fullback or defensive midfielder. He also captains the German national soccer team.
Mexican composer of music and writer
Japanese singer and actor, Okazaki, Aichi. He is a member of I'm Enterprise and Lantis. He graduated from the Japanese Narration and Acting School and started his career in 2002. He is also the singer for Oldcodex.
American socialite and model.
Argentinean-born Italian rugby player
English actor and poet
Miss Universe 2005, a Russian/Canadian beauty queen
Hereditary Grand Duke of Luxembourg
Scoot McNairy is an American actor known for his roles in popular TV shows and movies such as 'Argo' and 'Halt and Catch Fire'.
Zimbabwean-born German rugby player
American football coach and player
American rapper and minister
Indonesian actress and singer (Ratu).
Famous birthdays on November 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Radivoje Bukvic is a Serbian actor known for his roles in movies such as 'Taken' and 'A Good Day to Die Hard'.
Brazilian model, who was the sixth of eight daughters. She was a redhead and worked in television ads since 1981.
New Zealand cricketer
Portuguese footballer and manager
Author Iranian-American (d. 2014).
English cricketer (Born 1977)
Canadian bass player (Death from Above 1979, MSTRKRFT).
American baseball player
Model and actress from Australia-America
Arianna, an Italian singer, stage actress, and television presenter, is also known.
Mexican actress and singer AngA(c?)lica Vale
Japanese rugby player
American actor who starred in the film "Titanic", which was the greatest commercial and popular success of all time. On 3/23/1998 Los Angeles, CA, the film won Oscars all over the country. While DiCaprio didn't win any awards, he was undoubtedly the king of the world with the overwhelming acclaim.
American producer and singer-songwriter
USA; actor (Luke- Growing Pains).
American sportscaster and journalist
American musician Green Day
Japanese comedian and magician
Wolcott, Connecticut -- Meet Miss America - Connecticut (1997)
Italian actress and television host.
NFL / CFL wide receiver (Chicago Bears and Toronto Argonauts).
Spanish baseball player
WLAF DE (Scotland Claymores).
American screenwriter and producer of director films
NFL tackle (Cin Bengals)
Norfolk, Virginia -- Pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays).
Canadian autobiographer who was born with Turner Syndrome (TS), also known as UllrichaEUR'Turner syndrome and gonadal dysgenesis. This is a condition where a female is missing one or more X chromosomes.
daughter of Ringo.
rock keyboardist (EMF-Unbelievable).
Famous birthdays on November 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American television personality
NFL fullback / tight end (Tampa Bay Bucs).
NYC, New York -- Infielder. (California Angels).
American musician and guitarist for the rock band "Shadowfax."
American actor and comedian
Jérôme Anthony is a French television presenter and radio host known for his work on various cooking and lifestyle programs.
American comedian and singer-songwriter
Germany: rocker (Fuzzbox Into Rescue).
Canadian-German singer-songwriter DJ producer and actress
NFL punter (Dallas Cowboys and Detroit Lions).
Australian CEO of The Australian Agricultural Company. A beef baron, entertainment producer, and co-heir to The Holmes A Court fortune, which was founded by Robert Holmes a Court.
NFL kicker (KC Chiefs)
American comedian and singer
Designer of video games in Northern Ireland
NFL quarterback (Denver Broncos)
Brazilian race car driver
American screenwriter and producer of actor actors
Peaches is a Canadian musician known for her provocative and sexually explicit lyrics and performances.
Alison Doody is an Irish actress known for her role as Elsa Schneider in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
Italian theater and film actress.
Akron, Ohio -- WPVA volleyballer (National-25th - 1994)
American producer and screenwriter
New York, USA; murderer (FBI Most Wanted List).
Canadian singer-songwriter (Shaye)
Sun Valley, Idaho -- Cyclist (1996 Olympics).
American actress, thin with a large mouth and expressive features, who was a star in the late '90s. She played the lead role of Aly McBeal, a ditsy, but competent, Boston lawyer. She was a serious Broadway actress and received a Tony nomination for her role as Chekhov's "Three Sisters" in 1997. She also planned to pursue a career as …
American potter and painter (d. 2015).
American producer and actor
Billy Gunn is a professional wrestler known for his time in WWE and as a member of the tag team The New Age Outlaws.
NFL quarterback (Tampa Bay Buccineers).
American actress. She was a model before television and movies. She was the daughter of teen parents and a mother who had remarried. She had already made 48 moves by the age of 13 and attended 30 schools. Her mom divorced her step-dad Duane Guynes at 15 and he committed suicide a month later.
New Mexico, USA, actress (7th Sign, Blame It on Rio).
Swedish keyboard player (Europe Brazen Abbot, Last Autumn's Dream).
American bantamweight fighter, who was a member of the 1980 Olympics team that was canceled due to international conflicts.
Australian composer and trumpet player
English netball coach and player
Greek footballer (d. 1997)
Luca Zingaretti is an Italian actor known for his role as Inspector Montalbano in the Italian television series of the same name.
Tehran, Iran -- US greco-roman wrestler (1992, 96 Olympics - Silver Medalist)
Stanley Tucci is a versatile actor known for his roles in films such as The Devil Wears Prada, The Hunger Games, and The Lovely Bones.
An ex-journalist from France, now general director of Tour de France since 2005.
Maryland -- Playmate (Sep 1980)
Canadian singer and actor
American baseball coach and player
English critic and author (d.2011)
Jr. Filipino politician and lawyer 37th Executive Secretary of The Philippines
American screenwriter and producer of actor actors
Journalist and author from Kenyan-Italian descent
Famous birthdays on November 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Mackenzie Phillips is an American actress known for her role as Julie Cooper on the TV show 'One Day at a Time'.
Australian criminal (Born 1970).
English trainer and jockey
Swiss academic and criminologist
Luz Casal is a Spanish singer known for her powerful voice and emotional performances.
Cuban-American playwright and actor
Lithuanian astrophysicist and astronomer
Cuban-born American actor
French police officer and director of the Paris Criminal Police (police judiciaire – PJ) between 2007-2013 He joined the police force in 1981. He was implicated in a scandal in December 2013 when he alerted a former minister about an impending investigation. Flaesch was forced to resign as director.
He was an Australian adventurer and record-holder. In 1992, he received the Order of Australia Medal. He enjoyed physical challenges from an early age. At 18 he became the first Australian to conquer New Zealand's Arthur's Pass Circuit. This feat was completed in two days.
England, United Kingdom -- Rocker. (Heaven 17 -Electric Dreams).
Reidsville, North Carolina -- Country singer (Billy and Terry Smith).
English guitarist (The Human League Heaven 17 & British Electric Foundation).
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (The Blasters The Knitters The Flesh Eaters, and X).
Wangchuk, king of Bhutan (1972-).
American screenwriter, producer and illustrator (d. 2015).
Maltese-English singer/songwriter guitarist and producer (XTC, The Dukes of Stratosphear).
American musician. She was trained as a classical and electric harpist. She performs with major symphonic orchestras as well as in jazz clubs and theaters. Deborah performed all over the country in "The Frog Princess", a musical fairytale originally written for the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra.
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
Finnish-American Astrologer writes for journals. Alli currently lives in Berkeley, California. He conducts workshops and stages theatre productions. Some of these have been made into films. Alli is also an astrologer who has written books on astrology, experimental theatre and Timothy Leary’s 8-circuit model for consciousness.
Kama Sywor Kamanda is a Congolese poet and writer known for his evocative and powerful poetry that explores themes of love, nature, and spirituality.
Newport, Rhode Island -- Rock keyboardist for Cowsills-We Can Fly
Kim Peek was an American megasavant known for his exceptional memory and ability to recall vast amounts of information.
Fuzzy Zoeller is a professional golfer known for winning the 1979 Masters Tournament and the 1984 U.S. Open.
American actor, singer, and producer (Cornbugs).
New Albany, Indiana -- PGA golfer (Masters 1981)
American producer and host of television
Romanian poet and journalist
Australian rally driver
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Survivor Pride of Lions, The Ides of March).
NFL running back (Denver Broncos)
Auckland, New Zealand -- Tornado class yachter (1996 Olympics)
Famous birthdays on November 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Norfolk, Virginia -- LPGA golfer (1989 Sara Lee)
American author, "Girl, Interrupted" is a bestseller. It was made into a movie starring Winona Ryder and other books in 2000. Her personal experiences as a McLean Hospital patient, HarvardaEUR(tm), private psychiatric hospital, are a popular topic for her lectures.
Actor (Playroom Waiting for the Light, Actor)
Polish mountaineer (d. 1986)
Spanish voice actor, journalist and radio and television host. Estadella's 40-year career spans more than 40 years. From 1991 to 1993, he was the host of Un, dos, tres... responda otra vez, a game show. He was killed in a car accident on the 30th of April 2010, Barcelona.
Callum Alexander MacDonald is a Scottish historian known for his work on the history of the British Empire and decolonization.
Rocker (Black Oak Arkansas)
Italian entrepreneur, married actress Ornella Muti 6/25/1988.
Belgian swordsman, who won the Gold Medal at the 1972 Olympics in Monaco.
Chip Hawkes is a British musician best known as the bassist and vocalist for the 1960s band The Tremeloes.
Cosmonaut (Soyuz T-10, T-15, TM-10)
American race car driver and team owner (Born 1946).
Nicaraguan politician, who is President of Nicaragua since 2007. He was previously the leader of Nicaragua between 1979 and 1990, serving first as Coordinator of Junta of National Reconstruction (1979aEUR”1985), then as President (1985aEUR”1990). His policies in government led to the implementation of leftist reforms in Nicaragua. He was a leader in the socialist Sandinista National Liberation Front (Frente Sandinista …
New York, USA.
Rayville sports Champions
NYC, New York -- Rock guitarist (Vanilla Fudge)
American businessman, ex-convict and self-made millionaire. Lilly, a self-described "condo queen", developed large areas of land into condos in Florida during the 1980s. After his condo sales business failed, he was convicted in 1991 of bank fraud. He spent five years in prison and additional time for loan fraud in 1993. He was released from prison in 1997. However, he …
English singer and guitarist (The Yardbirds & Box of Frogs).
American contemporary artist and sculptress who is a success in her field.
American restaurateur, film/television producer and businessman. He founded a popular chain of restaurants called "Planet Hollywood". He produced "Sophie's Choice", (1982), and "9 1/2 weeks" (1986). He co-founded Planet Hollywood in 1991. In 1998, he resigned his post as Chairman of the Board of Directors. A year later, he resigned completely.
USA; rocker (The Youngbloods – "Soul of a City Boy")
Australian swimming coach
Poland; International Chess Master (1976).
American poet and teacher.
From 1968-1971, New York City's official storyteller was an Amerikan folklorist who also wrote children's books. Wolkstein was the official storyteller for New York City from 1968-1971. She visited two parks every weekday and held hundreds of one-woman storytelling events. From 1968 to 1980, she hosted Stories From Many Lands on WNYC radio and helped create the Storytelling Center in …
English journalist and businessman
Guyanese-American politician and cricketer (d. 2000).
American singer/songwriter (The Youngbloods).
Italian homicide: His wife Franca was killed on the 31st of December 1992 between 2:00 PM and 3:00 AM.
Portuguese publisher of anti-culture books and erotica. He also translated Guy Debord’s Society of the Spectacle. (1972), and Breton’s Anthology of Black Humour (1992). He was 50 years old when he died in Coimbra (Portugal) on February 27, 1992.
American politician and a prominent advocate for equality and fairness in the United States for women and their families. She was the original sponsor of ERA and fought for the Civil Rights Act of91 to provide women with effective legal remedies to combat sex discrimination at work. She is a pro-choice advocate.
Japanese actor and model (d.2010)
Famous birthdays on November 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Actress (Mary McKinnon - Another World).
USSR -- 5K/10K cross-country (1964 Olympics – Gold Medalist).
Tunisian actor, director (d. 2014.)
Estonian speed skater (d. 2015)
Illinois, USA; actor
Japanese gymnast and coach
Rock keyboardist (Tornados)
Czechoslovakia -- 1500m (1964 Olympics - Silver Medalist)
Buddy Jimmy Lee Land Ace is a renowned singer known for his soulful voice and captivating stage presence.
USA; sportscaster (WABC-TV, WCBS-TV).
Canadian diplomat and politician 14th Canadian Ambassador at the United Nations
American scholar and poet
American actress who was a screen and television star. Her role as Sarah Jane in Imitation of Life (1959) is her most well-known. She was an African-American woman who became white as a young adult. Kohner, who married John Weitz on 1964, decided to stop acting in order to spend more time with her family. Chris Weitz and Paul Weitz …
French Catholic priest who served as Bishop Emeritus for Aire et Dax since January 2012.
American producer and songwriter (d. 2005).
Bollywood film actress
Bibi Andersson was a Swedish actress known for her collaborations with director Ingmar Bergman, including her role in the film 'Persona'.
Nadine Trintignant is a French film director, producer, and screenwriter known for her work in the French cinema industry.
Two silver and one bronze (Olympic 1952, 60).
Poland -- Long jumper (1956 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
Sweden -- Actress (Scenes From A Marriage)
American businessman and philanthropist (d.2013)
American actor (d.2013)
Belgium sport Champion
Italian race car driver (d. 2014)
Italian journalist and ex-anchorman
(Rep-D-California, 1973- )
American guitar virtuoso (d. 2004)
American politician and activist, who was the President of Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation (a Yavapai Indian reservation in Maricopa County in Arizona) for many years until his death in 2013. Pattea was also a member of the Fort McDowell Yavapai Tribal Council, where he served for over forty years. He was an early advocate for Native American gaming and a …
English conductor (d. 2008)
American mathematician and physicist (d. 1982).
Famous birthdays on November 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Mexican author (Death at Artemio Cruz)
Author and academic from Panamanian-Mexican (d. 2012).
American politician who was a senator for Oklahoma.
American poet and professor, his book "Early and Late" won the 2001 New Criterion Poetry Prize. He was married for 53 years and had four children with his wife. He was a 38-year-old English teacher at Oneonta State College, NY, before retiring in 1993. He passed away in Chattanooga on July 17, 2005.
Romance producer and screenwriter from Italy.
American pianist, who combined country blues with modern piano tradition, from Nat Cole to Theolonius monk, into a humorous, personal style. He was influenced by early jazz and was the only white pianist to be able to compete with the great black jazz musicians. He took trumpet and piano lessons as a child and began his professional career in New …
American poet and educator. His first book, The War of the Secret Agents, and Other Poems was met with great acclaim. It won the Lamont Poetry prize.
French psychosociologist is an expert on subjects, issues and problems related to psychology and sociology.
Croatian politician and general, 2nd Croatian Minister for Defence (d.2014).
Canadian ice hockey player (Born in 1926)
American politician and Republican Illinois State Treasurer, 1963-1967. He was elected Attorney General in Illinois in November 1968. He was then re-elected in November 1972 and 1976 and 1978. He was charged with income tax evasion on 4/09/1979. He suffered from heart disease, so he had to have a bypass surgery on 8/15/1979. The trial was then postponed. On 1/08/1980, …
Italian race car driver (d. 2016)
American comedian and master of mimicry. Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts was where he began his career. He then went on to appear on many TV specials and the Jack Paar Show. In the 1960s, he hosted "Holiday On Ice", an entertainment special. He also had his own television series between 1956 and 1970. He won an Emmy in 1991 for …
English singer and actress
English-American screenwriter and director (d. 2015).
Ohio, USA; comedian (Jonathan Winters Show Mork and Mindy).
Dutch MP (CDA)
American author, master of science fiction. His novels include "Piano Player", 1952, "Sirens of Titan," 1959, and "Slaughterhouse Five," 1969. This movie was also made. He studied biochemistry and anthropology before he began writing.
He was a Dutch double agent who served as a spy for England for nine years and then he sent top secrets to Russia. He was made Vice-Consul on the 9th of January 1948. Amazingly, he wasn't arrested as a spy until the 4th of April 1961. He married on 10/23/1954 while he was still a spy. He was sentenced …
France sport Champion
American sergeant and politician, 2nd United States Secretary for Education
Petsamo Finland -- Actress (Vampira).
American business executive and government official. From 1974 to 1977, he was U.S. Secretary for Navy and President of The Washington Post.
Russian-German pilot and captain (d. 2000).
President of the European Commission (d.2003): Welsh-English academic and politician
Famous birthdays on November 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Scottish composer, poet and folk singer. In 1948, Henderson received the Somerset Maugham Award for his poetry work, "Ninth Elegy for the Dead" in Cyrenaica. He was buried in Edinburgh on March 8, 2002.
Finnish novelist (d.2000)
Finnish soldier and author (d.2000)
Hervé Bromberger was a French film director and screenwriter known for his work in the French cinema.
Jurg Baur was a German composer known for his contributions to contemporary classical music.
American military, Major General in U.S. Air Force. He was taken prisoner and shot down during the Korean War on 27 March 1953. He was released on 31 August 1953.
Italian author, humorist, historian, playwright, and novelist. He died 23 May 1999.
German composer of classical music.
Actor (Guys & Dolls Sweet Charity), dies aged 79
Actress (Invisible Terror), is killed at 52
Canadian Orthomolecular psychiatrist (Born 1917)
Julien-Francois Zbinden is a Swiss composer known for his contributions to classical music.
United States -- Sci-fi author (Earth War)
France sport Champion
English engineer and politician Lord President, Council (d. 2012).
American soldier journalist and politician (d.2005)
American author and economist (d. 2012).
Singer (Sing of the Cross).
French military doctor in World War II. He was awarded the title of 'Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English, Companion to the Liberation).
Publisher/head (Arkansas NAACP).
NYC, New York -- Screenwriter, Rachel & the Stranger Spartacus
Nigerian academic and jurist, 2nd Chief Justice Nigeria (d. 1991).
American soldier and lawyer (d. 2001).
Nigerian jurist, former president of the ICJ (d. 1991).
American optician and astronomer (d. 2005).
American astronomer optician (d. 2005).
France Military man
American diplomat (d. 1999)
American lawyer politician and diplomat United States Ambassador to El Salvador (d. 1999)
Chilean-Italian painter, sculptor (d. 2002).
Reginald Patric Lawrence Knowles was a British actor known for his roles in classic Hollywood films such as 'The Adventures of Robin Hood' and 'The Wolf Man'.
Actor (Chisum. Arnold. Mutiny).
Germany -- Four man bobsled (1952 Olympics, Gold Medalist).
British extremist politician
Dutch MP (CHU)
Musician / socialist
Famous birthdays on November 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Italian race car driver (d. 1976)
Chicago, Illinois -- Actor (Billy Budd Dirty Dozen Longest Day, Dirty Dozen)
German film and television actor.
French philosopher, essayist and author; Marxist. He died in Nice on August 26, 1986.
Greek screenwriter, film director and actor (Born in 1908)
Italian writer and great novelist, most famous for her book "La Penombra Che Abbiamo Attraversato". Two years after finishing "Dall'Ombra," her last book, she died in Milan at the age of 94.
German-American monologuist and comedian (d. 2001)
American spy and government official (Born in 1904)
British mathematician (d. 1960)
French journalist, novelist, and public official in togo.
Polish actor and singer (d. 1978).
Indian-American mathematician (d. 1960).
Professor of Medicine
Joseph Goebbels, Nazi minister of propaganda (d. 1945), was his wife
Austrian-born Academy Award-winning American film producer (Betrayal. On the Waterfront. The Bridge on the River Kwai. Lawrence of Arabia. The African Queen). Dies at the age of 84.
American author and historian (d. 1978).
Bridge over River Kwai).
Poland -- Discus thrower (1928 Olympics, Gold Medalist).
West Indies -- Actor (Man from Interpol).
Polish athlete (d. 1989).