List of celebrities and famous people who were born on September 11th
Famous birthdays on September 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102015
Famous birthdays on September 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002004
French Basque snowboarder (rider). His particularity is to have been born on 11 September 2001.
American notable family, the son Dave Burba, pitcher of the Cleveland Indians, was born C-section.
Famous birthdays on September 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901998
American notable family. The son of Evander Holyfield, boxing heavyweight champion, and Janice Holyfield, a doctor. His father has eight other children, three of which are from a previous marriage.
Canadian twins, Canadian Ice Cross Downhill skaters. They are known for their high-flying tricks such as high-jump heel kicks and jumps.
English actor (Born 1931).
American actor Dennis Hopper married Katherine Hopper. While his father was filming "Paris Trout" in Georgia, he was still a week prematurely.
Famous birthdays on September 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
South Korean badminton player
South Korean badminton player
French professional footballer, (soccer player), who plays as a central midfielder for Bordeaux in Ligue 1.
Cuban baseball player
American football player
South African rugby union footballer
Marc Dutroux's French victim. Julie and she were abducted together on 6/24/1995 around 5:15 PM MEDT in GrAC/ceHollogne (50N38 05E30). Their bodies were found in Sars la-BuissiA're on 8/17/1996 (50N20; 04E12).
American basketball player
Canadian ice hockey player
New Zealand rugby player
New Zealand rugby player
American baseball player
American basketball player
Indian actress and model
American homicide. Eric Harris was his partner in the attack on Columbine High School. The two teens opened fire on Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado with a semiautomatic rifle and two sawed-off shotguns. They also had a handgun, as well as a dozen homemade bombs. The 17-year-old boys killed 15 people, wounded many more, and then committed suicide.
American businessman, and the oldest son of Frank Hayes McCourt. Drew graduated in three years from Columbia University with a major astrophysics. Drew was the head of the first research and development division for the Los Angeles Dodgers when Frank McCourt purchased them. He also worked as the general manager.
Canadian ice hockey player
Ethiopian journalist and publisher
Brazilian race car driver
Famous birthdays on September 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Dominican baseball player
American son of a prominent Boston, MA family was convicted and charged with assault and battery Spalding's father, the President of Wang Center Theater, is heavily involved in BostonaEUR (tm)'s arts and humanities initiatives. Spaulding Rehabilitation Center is a well-known rehab facility in Boston. His grandfather, who was a politician, was also the head of the state Republican Party.
French footballer who was a left back and a central defender.
American murderer (d. 2004)
American comedian and author
Australian actor and guitarist (Noise Addict the Bens and Gerling).
American football player
French victim of homicide, nine years old when she was abducted in Villerville at 5:00 AM on 8/28/1988 in a holiday camp. Her badly burned and bruised body was discovered on 9/06/1988. Gerard Lebourg was convicted and sentenced to a term of 30 years in prison with no possibility of parole.
Serbian manager and footballer
American Hispanic-Puerto Rican child missing, disappeared on 3/29/1990. Last seen in Albany, New York at 16:30, she was wearing blue jeans and a blouse. Her mom reported her missing at midnight. The police had known her as a prostitute from the time she was 11. Her disappearance was aired on America’s Most Wanted" 10/26/90, and in 1/91. Her mom, who …
Czech racing driver
Czech race car driver
South African footballer
Miss North Dakota USA (1996)
Soccer player (FC Groningen)
American basketball coach and player
NFL cornerback (Seattle Seahawks).
NBA forward (Indiana Pacers)
Media, Pennsylvania -- Gymnast (1996 Olympics - 5th Place)
English singer-songwriter (The Verve, RPA & The United Nations of Sound).
American football player and Scout
Daily Kos is an American soldier blogger and author.
American singer and actress
Soap Opera Actress
American tattoo artist
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Citizens Arrest Chisel, Ted Leo, and the Pharmacists).
Famous birthdays on September 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
NFL (Detroit Lions)
Maryland, United States -- Actress ("Allison Rescott Loving")
American baseball player
Italian director and photographer
American bass player Marilyn Manson (d. 2008).
Brazilian model, strip-tease performer and porno actress.
American actor in porn films and screenwriter.
American singer of "Letters To Cleo" & "Lady Apples."
Hockey forward (Team Kazkhstan 1998)
Television personality and financial journalist from America
Jr., American singer
South Korean activist founded Man of Korea in 2013
Scottish musician and cofounder of "Hue and Cry" group with his brother Patrick in 1985. Their first single was released on August 26, 1986. They had greater success in 1987. Patrick, the more vocal of the brothers, worked as a music journalist and TV presenter from 1985 to 1986.
Indianapolis, Indiana -- Canoe (1996 Olympics).
Japanese commoner who married Prince Fumihito, later called Prince Akishino. She is the daughter of a university professor and met the Prince while they were university students. They married on 29 June 1990 at the Imperial Palace.
NFL linebacker (NO Saints)
English snooker player
NFL defensive end (Washington Redskins).
President of Syria, Commander-in-chief of Syria's Armed Forces, General Secretary to the ruling Ba'ath Party, and Regional Secretary to the party's branch for Syria. He was elected president on 10 July 2000. His father, Hafez al Assad, had been leading Syria for 30 years. He died in office one month earlier. In the 2007 uncontested election, he was again approved …
NFL cornerback (Denver Broncos)
Vicksburg, Mississippi -- Outfielder (Colorado Rockies)
Hockey defenseman (Team France 1998)
American basketball player: Magic guard/forward
Canadian singer-songwriter/guitarist (Rheostatics).
American actress with wholesome looks. She was a well-known TV star in the 1970s. She specialized in portraying tough teens and tomboys.
Ukrainian composer and pianist
American businesswoman and heiress
Actress (Street Music)
Pakistani poet and educator (d.2012)
Rescue operations were the specialty of a Swiss helicopter pilot. He crashed alongside Daniel Balavoine and Thierry Sabine on 14 January 1986.
Illinois, USA; actress (Dune, Hot Spot, Class).
Rocker (Sigue Sigue Sputnik-Love Missile F-111)
Peruvian tropical music singer Karicia, a former leader of the Karakol group and singer in the 1990s
American Schizophrenic suspected of having stopped taking his medication after he murdered his father 6/20/1997. Thomas, 67, had been hospitalized before he attacked his father. He stabbed him more then 50 times in front horrified neighbors. Thomas claimed that Monaco's Prince Rainier had ordered him to kill his father.
French mountain climber and the only female Alpinist to scale the highest peaks of the Alps without oxygen. She was climbing the Dhaulagiri (a peak of over 8,000m) in Nepal, when she died. In May 1998, she was killed in an avalanche as she was sleeping in her tent at the foot of Mount. Dhaulagiri in Nepal. Despite the fact …
Nobel Prize laureate in Physics from Japan
Famous birthdays on September 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Richmond, Virginia -- Nike golfer (1987 Buick Open)
Cape Town, South Africa -- PGA golfer (1988 Southern Open)
American author and speaker. He weaved stories about himself and his creative process into a conversation that kept everyone on the edge of their seats and engaged. Dubus also works as a carpenter to supplement his writing income. His wife, a Greek-born artist, is his partner. Their circle of friends includes actors, musicians and artists. Their two children, aged three …
Beaumont, Texas -- Computer designer (Newton)
English drummer (Culture Club London, The Nips).
American screenwriter and producer of director films
American New Age, Magic and Witchcraft author and lecturer. He focuses on Neo-Wicca.
American academic and psychologist
Virginia, USA; entertainer ("Greatest Man in The World")
American sportscaster and news commentator. As a child, she was surrounded by Notre Dame fans and her mom. She studied English at Boston College and was the first woman to be assigned by the Globe newspaper to cover the New England Patriots in 1976.
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Styx Damn Yankees, Shaw Blades).
South African journalist and media personality
American stunt pilot, participating in competitions and shows throughout North America, Europe, and Russia. She performs every year in spectacular aerial shows in front of millions of spectators.
Czech ice hockey player (d. 2008)
Argentinian rugby player
English-Dutch academic and mathematician
British motorcycle champion, who suffered severe injuries in a crash on July 28, 1982. He was able to ride again the following year. In the afternoon of March 10, 2003, he died from stomach and throat cancer at a Gold Coast (Queensland) hospital.
Australian biochemist and academic
Australian rules footballer
Russian-Estonian activist and businessman
Famous birthdays on September 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
French physician, professor of pediatric immunology, and researcher in biology.
American track and field champion. Liquori became a national celebrity when he was the third American high-schooler to run the 4:59.8 mile in 1967.
American race car driver
African-American/native American lesbian writer, she is a professor at San Francisco State University and social activist. She is the author and translator of "The Gilda Stories", which she adapts for the stage production "Bones and Ash: A Gilda Story". She is a published poet and an essay collection author, and was a member of the original panel of "Say, Brother", …
English-Scottish guitarist and singer (d. 2009).
Italian singer, mainly successful in the first half of the 1970s.
American baseball player. He was a right-handed catcher who played with the Seattle Mariners (1977-1975), Philadelphia Phillies (1977), Chicago Cubs ( 1978), Seattle Mariners(1979-1980), Texas Rangers (1881), and Chicago Cubs (1982). Later, he was a Cubs coach.
Welsh manager and footballer (d. 2016).
English illustrator and author
Manager and English footballer
Chicago, Illinois -- Rock guitarist / vocalist (Buckinghams)
German football coach, manager and ex-player, Der Kaiser was nicknamed "The Emperor" because of his elegant style and leadership. His first name, "Franz", is reminiscent of the Austrian emperors, and his dominance on and off the pitch. His reputation is that of the greatest German footballer and the most decorated in football history. Beckenbauer was versatile and started as a …
French writer and winner of the Prix Femina 1986 for "L'Enfer."
Italian composer and conductor
Georgia, USA; guitarist (Ice Water and Greenhouse).
French physicist, Haroche was awarded the 2012 Nobel Prize for Physics together with David J. Wineland for their "groundbreaking experimental methods that allow measuring and manipulating individual quantum systems". This included the study of the particle light, the photon. Haroche has been a professor at the CollA"ge de France since 2001 and holds the Chair in Quantum Physics.
Brazilian footballer (d. 1974)
Belgian politician and educator Mayor of Brussels
American left-handed pitcher and baseball player.
Canadian businessman and chemist
Actor and journalist from New Zealand who is also an English-New Zealander
American musician and musicologist (Grateful Dead, The Other Ones The Dead and Rhythm Devils).
American singer and guitarist (The Kingsmen), (d. 2015).
American pianist, dancer, and violinist. He is also a recording artist, Broadway star, Las Vegas star, TV actress, and commercial spokesperson.
French sommelier who won the title of world's best in 1986.
American mother to Justine and Jason, both of whom were well-known children, was also a noted actress. Kent Bateman, a producer, married the former flight attendant.
Mostek was founded by an American businessman.
Rock drummer (Freddie & the Dreamers).
American screenwriter, director and producer. He was one of the most popular young directors in the 1970s, alongside Francis Ford Coppola and Martin Scorsese. De Palma preferred to follow the example of Alfred Hitchcock, while other directors developed their film styles and themes quickly. In the 1970s and 1980s, critics decried De Palma’s obvious borrowing of Hitchcock themes as well …
American author and historian (d. 2012).
American politician and lawyer United States Solicitor General
Famous birthdays on September 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Adobe Systems was co-founded by an American businessman
French champion figure skater. He is the 1960 World champion.
New Jersey, USA. Singer ("Liberation of LB Jones")
English academic and chemist
English composer and conductor (d.2006)
NASA selected him to start his training in June 1969 as an American astronaut. He piloted Columbia from 4/12/1981 to 4/14/1981 in the first U.S. spacecraft flight. Crippen was the commander of the Challenger's second flight (6/18-24/1983), which saw Sally Ride, the first American woman to go into space. This flight marked the beginning of two shuttle missions for astronauts. …
Texas, USA; Captain US Navy/astronaut (STS 1, 7, 41C, 41G).
Italian Princess / Queen Of Belgium (1993-)
Beaumont, Texas -- Astronaut / Captain US Navy (STS 1, 7, 41C and 41G).
Soviet-Russian businessman and singer
Italian-Belgian royalty, the wife of Belgian Prince Albert II whom she married on 7/02/1959, Brussels. He ascended to the throne 8/09/1993. Three kids, Astrid, Philippe and Laurent was born 10/19/1963.
American actor with a salty performance style and a mashed-in nose. He was a hardworking professional who deserves the cult-figure reputation he achieved over his 30-year career. His films were a mix of action thrillers, slasher films, buddy pictures and crime thrillers. His most prominent roles include those in "Butch Cass" and "Police Woman", 1974-'78.
Czech playwright and actor (d. 2014).
American radio host
French Catholic priest and social activist.
USSR -- Cosmonaut (Vostok II)
Norwegian journalist, novelist, playwright, and short story writer.
Russian astronaut and general pilot (d. 2000).
Swedish geographer, professor at university and author of many books.
American actor, writer, and co-writer musicals including "Hair" (with Jim Rado). His extended family included five siblings and two brothers. He studied acting after he graduated from Georgetown University and University of America. He was an actor in high school, and he wanted to make acting a career. .
French businessman who founded the retail company PromodA"s with his brother and father in 1961. In 1999, the company merged with Carrefour with Halley being the principal shareholder. His 11% stake in the company was a large part of his wealth.
American-born Canadian novelist.
English judge and lawyer
American activist and author (d. 2002).
American activist and author (d. 2002).
American musician and professional artist, cellist, and educator. After her retirement, she became a Theosophist and moved to Krotona (Ojai) into a theosophical commune.
An American Senator from Oregon, he was under investigation for sexual misconduct in 1993 by more than 20 women, including former staffers, lobbyists, and social contacts. He was married with a family and did not mind flirting, kissing or fondling women every day, as it was part of his consenting sexual adult prerogative. However, alcohol was a major factor in …
Milan, Italy -- Fashion designer (Jacqueline Kennedy Onasis)
Leon Callahan; American politician (Representative-Republican-Alabama).
American football player (d.2013)
German historian and academic (d. 2014.)
French comics illustrator and writer, Barbarella.
American track and field champion. He was awarded the Olympic silver medal for the 110-meter high hurdles in 1952 and 1956.
Italian actor (d. 1997)
Manager and actor of Egyptian football (d. 2002).
Famous birthdays on September 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Venezuelan manager and player of baseball (d. 2014).
Slovenian playwright (d. 1981)
Illinois, USA; journalist (1973 Pulitzer Prize).
Baron Mayhew, Twysden English lawyer and politician Secretary to State for Northern Ireland
Artist from Turkey (d.2013)
American politician, a liberal Dem. Leader of the "new South". His dad abandoned his family when he was born. He set his sights on politics as a child. He was deeply religious and a non-smoker. He opposed the segregationist forces within his party. He was a U.S. Army soldier in 1946, and saw combat in Korea in 1951. He is …
American jurist, controversial and colorful, outspoken and combative. She actively supported the homeless in Philadelphia. She was robbed when she stopped her car at midnight to buy a newspaper. The man took her purse and forced her into her car. He drove off and she followed him until he let go. Two young men were soon arrested.
Sri Lankan broadcaster (d. 2002)
American soldier and businessman (d. 1996).
French writer, editor and translator. Her works include film scripts, her memoir, "Les Cabines de bain", 1982, and biographies Edith Piaf (Jean Cocteau sans royaume") (1989).
American baseball player (Born in 1926)
Chicago, Illinois -- Actor.
South African Minister of Legislation
French bodybuilder and wrestler, was elected 'Monsieur France’ in 1946, 1948 and 1949, respectively, and 'Monsieur Europe’ in 1951.
Author (Love & Tennis, Omega Station)
French actor in film, theatre and television, who was killed in Paris on 22 January 2004.
American composer and songwriter
Canadian composer and soldier (d. 1999).
He is better known by his nickname "Yiye Avila", a writer and evangelist of the Puerto Rican Pentecostal denomination. His speech was marked with the declaration that Jesus' return is imminent. It was initially a weightlifter and a baseball player in League Double A. He won the 1952 Mr. Puerto Rico bodybuilding contest and went on to win the Mr. …
NFL player (New York Giants), / coach (Dallas Cowboys).
Akaka; American politician (Representative-Democrat-Hawaii).
Engineer and politician from the United States of America
American sportswoman. She was a fourth-outfielder in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. She was 5' 4" tall and 145 lb. Crawley, a diminutive outfielder, was strong in the throwing arm and was surehanded. Due to a serious knee injury, Crawley was unable to play in all six seasons of the league. Peoria Redwings (1946), National Girls Baseball League (Chicago …
Czech-Canadian educator and pharmacologist (d. 2006).
Fitness expert/actress (Every Girl Should Be Married).
Serbian composer and academic (d.1984)
Actor (Shogun) dies at 58 from a heart attack
California, USA; Walt Disney World, Tokyo Disneyland engineer leader, Disney Legend in 2006.
Civil rights leader (Amazing Grace).
Belgium sport Champion
French politician with a left-wing Gaullist orientation. He was Minister of Foreign Affairs under Georges Pompidou and Minister of External Commerce under FranASSois Mitchell. He passed away on the 25th of May 2002.
English screenwriter and actor (d. 1990).
Italian opera singer, who made her soprano debut in 1944 at the Baths of Caracalla, Rome. She had a sensational career at La Scala, as well as on European tours after World War II. She was a talented singer with a strong, musical voice. She sang at the Metropolitan in New York City from 1951 to 1952. She has appeared …
Colonel and tribal leader in America (d. 2012).
France sport Champion
Famous birthdays on September 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101917
A Filipino politician elected president in 1965. His second and final term was supposed to expire in 1973. However, he declared martial law in 1972 and took over the role as dictator. Bengno Aquino was his political opponent and he was imprisoned for seven years. Aquino returned to the Philippines on 8/21/1983, where he was assassinated.
Czech-born English actor (d. 2012)
British writer. Sometimes called "Queen Of the Muckrakers", she is best known for her sleuthing in print businesses that range from fat farms to funeral homes. Her 1963 book, "The American Way of Death," is her most famous work.
French art tycoon and third in a family of art dealers. He was known as the undisputed authority on Impressionist painters such as Fragonard, Manet, or Monet. Many catalogues raisonnA(c), mainly those relating to the works of Modgliani and Gauguin, Gauguin, Van Dongen. Vlaminck, Pissarro, Utrillo were published by him.
France Military man
American film producer founded NFL Films (d.2015)
Bevier, Missouri -- Pianist / orchestra leader (Kukla Fran & Ollie)
New York, United States -- Actress. (Fuzz Skin Game, Firecreek).
Serbian spiritual leader
American sportscaster, best known for being the first full-time voice in Philadelphia baseball.
Patriarch Pavle of Serbia (d. 2009)
American actor playing the role of a character. His name is not well-known, but he played a key supporting role in a classic movie that is remade often. His most well-known performance is that of the Comte de Guiche in Cyrano de Bergerac, 1950.
American football coach and player (d. 1983).
Poitiers Military man
American football coach (d. 1983).
Venezuelan academic and physician (d. 2014).
French diplomat, soldier and nobleman
Tours Military man
French centenarian, ex-actress, mother to two actresses, Catherine Deneuve and FranASSoise DolA(c),ac; her third child is Sylvie.
Cuban singer, pianist, and composer (Born 1911).
Argentine essayist, novelist, and art critic
Famous birthdays on September 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
England, United Kingdom -- Actress. (Gemini Affair. Empire. Tim Conway Show.
(Rep-D-Kentucky, 1953- )
Doctor / Dutch Antillean Minister for Eco
Fiac Military man
UK radio broadcaster (Born 1908)
Russian pianist and educator (d. 1975)
French journalist, author, politician and member of the party political bureau 1945-1979. He died in 1991, on the 4th of December.
Modeller / museum curator
Estonian centenarian and jurist (Born in 1904)
German philosopher, social theorist, and music critic. In 1934, he emigrated to America, where he taught in New York. He returned to Frankfurt in 60. He was brilliant and versatile and contributed significant work to the sociology of music, music, and culture. This is exemplified by "The Philosophy of the New Music", 1949. His thought was best expressed in the …
French screenwriter, who was first in contact with film from 1932 as a director for commercials and then later on short documentaries. Jeanson, Anouihl and Archard were some of his collaborators, but he was most comfortable working with Pierre Bost. Since 1936, he worked with Bost as a screenwriter on dialogue and scripts for dozens important French films, including Claude …
American painter and lieutenant (d. 1984).
Singer / songwriter / (gov-LA, 1944-48, 60-64)
American singer and guitarist (d.1931).
Corning, New York -- Singer/patroness (Carnegie Hall).
Gold Kist was founded by an American farmer and businessman (d. 1999).
American farmer and businessman (d.1999)