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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on March 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

  • American child of well-known parents, Melissa Joan Hart and Mark Wilkerson. Braydon is two years younger than Mason, her older brother.

  • The third and second children of Dutch Prince Bernhard (and his wife Anette) are the Dutch royal family.

  • German notable family, the daughter JA 1/4 rgen Schrempp (head of Daimler-Chrysler AG Germany) and his second wife Lydia (20 years younger than Schrempp). They were married December 2000.

  • American celebrity, daughter of country singers Amy Grant (and Vince Gill) who was married on the 3/10/2000. Weighing 7 lbs. The baby girl weighed 7 lbs. Jenny, her dad's 18-year-old daughter with Janis Gill, is his ex-wife.


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on March 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on March 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Belgian rapper born to a Rwandan father (architect) and a Belgian mother. Paul saw his father for the last time (dead in 1997 during the Rwandan genocide) when he was 9 years old. He changed his first stage name "Opsmaestro" into "Stromae", inversion of "maestro". In 2005, he specialized in electro music. Known for his huge hit "Alors on danse". …

  • English footballer

  • Turkish runner


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on March 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • French handball goalkeeper, and former player for the French national team. She was the 2003 World Champion with France's team and was also voted Best Goalkeeper and Most Valuable Player. In 2007, she was elected to the All-Star Team. Other triumphs include a silver medal at the World Championships and two bronze medals at the European Championships. She also won …

  • English actress and singer (Eternal).

  • English singer

  • American accountant who worked on the 100th floor at the World Trade Center in New York City for March and McLennan. On 9/11/2001 at 9:03 AM EDT, a plane crashed into the building. She was killed in the attack.


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on March 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Italian novelist, Piero Chiara Prize winner 1997. His stories are about family structure, first-born and only children.

  • rock producer (Tony Terry).


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on March 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • He was a French football player who belonged to various clubs including Bordeaux, Saint-Etienne and Monaco. He is most remembered for his collision with Harald Schumacher, the German goalkeeper in the FIFA World Cup semifinal (Seville 1982).

  • Marlon Jackson

    American musician and singer (The Jackson 5).

  • French officer in the police and civil service with the Ministry of the Interior. From 2006 to 2007, he was the Police Judicaire's head. He also served as the General Director of France's National Police between 11 June 2007 and May 2012.

  • Indiana, USA; singer (Jackson 5 - "Maybe Tomorrow").

  • American actor and director

  • Indian sculptor

  • Composer

  • French astrologer and author of "Rencontrer Son ange par l’astrologie 4D" (Editions des anges 2013, 2013) and "LaEUR (tm)autre moitiA (c) du temps") (Ed., 2006).

  • Public Servant

  • American embezzler. Bleidt was a wealthy and successful businessman. He was also the founder and president of an asset-management firm. He was also the CEO and cofounder of a financial planning company. His wife, a fellow financial advisor, hosted a radio show on BostonaEUR (tm)'s WMEX. He bought WBIX radio station for $13.2million in January 2004 and agreed to its …

  • French philosopher. He was a proponent for atheism, materialism, but in a specific form because of his spiritualistic goal.

  • Scottish actor and narrator. He is best known for his voice-over work in television. Jamieson studied at the Texas Christian University and the Glasgow School of Art.

  • American poet, songwriter, and author

  • Russian football manager and player


1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on March 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • American singer-songwriter and composer. His introspective songs and sensitive lyrics helped a generation navigate the turbulent transition from the dissension of the aEUR (tm)60s to more politically focused aEUR (tm)70s. His second album, "Sweet Baby James", was his most well-known. It went gold in February 1970.

  • American singer-songwriter and composer. His introspective songs and sensitive lyrics helped a generation navigate the turbulent transition from the dissention and turmoil of the aEUR (tm)60s to more politically focused aEUR (tm)70s. His second album, "Sweet Baby James," was his most well-known. It went gold in February 1970.

  • Scottish politician and Conservative Member of Parliament. He was elected to the General Election on June 11, 1987. Bottomley was a psychiatric social worker from 1973-1984, and has been a Member of Parliament since 1984.

  • Sandra Brown

    American author

  • rock keyboardist (Champaign).

  • American politician and businessman, Romney is also a Republican Party candidate. He won the Massachusetts gubernatorial election of November 2002 and was a strong contender in the 2008 White House race. With his thin good looks, youthful and energetic appearance, strict moral emphasis, business triumphs, a lovely wife and five successful sons by his side, Romney presents himself as the …

  • He was a French actor, singer and guitarist on the stage. He played in musicals (French versions) of Hair, Godspel and Jesus-Christ Superstar.

  • Pennsylvania, USA; Broadway actress Promises! ).

  • German politician

  • American actress and singer who won the Academy Award for "Cabaret" as well as an Emmy for her television special "Liza with a Z". Both of these were in 1972. She also received three Tony's, one for "Flora, the Red Menace" from 1965. Minnelli, the daughter Judy Garland's, has experienced a roller-coaster life that was marked by substance abuse rumors, …

  • French politician, a member of the Socialist Party, who was minister, MP of Vosges and mayor of Saint-Die-des-Vosges.

  • Canadian actor and union leader (d.2004)

  • British TV writer and author

  • Frank Welker

    American voice actor

  • Australian feminist activist. She was the first to start a women’s liberation movement in Adelaide and to create a refuge for women in Sydney. She is the author of "Damned Whores, God's Police: Australia's Colonization of Women in Australia" 1975. Her autobiography was also called "Ducks on the Pond".

  • American Black Panther Party figure (Born in 1941).

  • Australian film and theatre director, producer, and writer.

  • Emden; Dutch guitarist (Les Baroques).

  • American animator and film and animation instructor at Boston College since 1977. He owns a postcard company that produces post cards featuring American pop culture. Many of them have a retro feel to them. He is a talented photographer and also enjoys silk screen.

  • French film director and editor. She died in Paris on February 20, 2006. She was married to Georges Perec, a writer.

  • Infamous Bosnian military commander at Screbenica

  • Brazilian judge representing Brazil's court system. He was the son of an ear-throat physician and a homemaker. He was raised in Sao Paulo. In 1965, he graduated from law school. He married Ruth Cintra in 1966. They had two children: a boy, and a girl.

  • Al Jarreau

    American jazz singer. He is best known for his song "Moonlighting," which was the theme song for the popular television series. His fifth Grammy was for 1992's "Heaven and Earth", which earned him a Grammy. This makes him one of the few artists to have won a Grammy in all three categories: jazz, pop, and R&B.

  • Finnish writer and singer

  • French photographer and mixed-media artist (photography and watercolours).

  • Wisconsin, USA; jazz singer ("Moonlighting").

1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on March 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • Pennsylvania, USA; actress

  • British interior director.

  • American hippie involved in the sub-culture interest in the plight the American Indians during San Francisco's golden age of flower-power. He was a minister in Neo-American churches until he was arrested for possessing peyote. He was in Berkeley City Council jail when he decided to withdraw his candidacy. However, he discovered that he would have won if he had stayed.

  • English singer and actress (d. 2014).

  • Barbara Feldon
  • American Protestant minister, civil right activist, and public official. Young, the first African-American to be elected as Georgia's representative in Congress since 1871, was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

  • Finnish artist, painter, graphic designer and sculptor. His work is lighthearted and full of humor.

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  • American diplomat who served 34 years (1957aEUR"1991) in foreign service as a Foreign Service officer. He was also appointed as United States Ambassador in Zaire, Somalia and Pakistan. In the early 1990s, he was also a special envoy during American involvement in Somalia.

  • American actor (d. 1980).

  • American actor (d. 1980).

  • Bellaigue; director (Royal Collection).

  • Actor (Little Rascals)


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on March 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • American playwright and director

  • Principal (Trinity College of Music).

  • British deputy chairman (Police Complaints Authority).

  • American chemical engineer and chief executive officer of Great Lakes Chemical Company. Kampen, who has a BS degree in Chemical Engineering and is a member of the Indiana University Foundation's board of directors, is interested in merchandise marketing and manufacturing.

  • USA playwright (Virginia Woolfe, Zoo Story).

  • Argentinean politician, a lawyer, and a leader. He was elected President on 10/30/1983. He took office in Buenos Aires at 8:06 AM EDT. His administration brought former leaders of Argentina to trial for crimes against humanity. Six months after losing the presidency election, he was exiled. Married; six kids.

  • Belgium Writer

  • 46th President of Argentina, Argentinian politician and lawyer (d. 2009).

  • Age 58. French cyclist (Tour de France 1953-1955).

  • French composer of film music, including "The King of Hearts", "Julia", and many more.

  • United Kingdom -- Sci-fi author (Deathworld Trilogy)

  • American illustrator and author (d. 2012).

  • American astronaut who flew on Mercury 8 (in 1962), making six orbits around the Earth. Pilot of Gemini 6, in the first outer space rendezvous of two manned vehicles, on 12/15/1965. Also, with Gemini 7, and Apollo 7 in 1968. He orbited the Earth 163 times.

  • Austrian violinist, with the Amadeus Quartet. This outstanding ensemble lasted for 35 years and was unaffected by personnel changes. The Quartet was best known for its work with Beethoven, Haydn, and Mozart.

  • Jr. American judge and lawyer (d. 2014).

  • New Jersey, USA: Captain US Navy/astronaut

  • American poet and writer, he is the author of 21 books, including "The Town and the City," 1950 and "The Subterraneans,"58 and "Big Sur." Perhaps his most famous works are "The Dharma Bums" 1958 and "On The Road" 1957. These classic novels established him as a hero, who epitomized the style and writing of the Beat Movement and served as …

  • Vaires sur Marne Military man

  • Eastwood composer.

  • Helen Parrish

    Columbus, Georgia -- Actress (Hour Glass Show Business, Columbus)

  • American sailor and union leader (d.1999)

  • Italian industrialist and head of Fiat since 1966. He was the inheritor of the auto empire that his grandfather Giovanni had established. His father Edoardo died in an aircraft accident in 1935, and his mother Virginia died in an automobile accident in November 1945. One-quarter of Italy's stock exchange is owned by the Agnelli family. They have direct control over …

  • Gordon MacRae

    American singer and actor, who was a well-known musical comedy star in the 1950s. He made his film debut in 1948 in "The Big Punch" and was seen in five films alongside Doris Day. His most well-known role was that of a singer in "Oklahoma," 1956.

  • CEO (Fiat Automakers).

  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Composer. (Fantasy and Rituals).

  • Estonian activist and historian (d. 2007).

  • Italy sport Champion

  • French political activist, a leader member of the Organisation de l'armA (c)e secrA”te (OAS), a short-lived French dissident far right paramilitary organization during the Algerian War (1954aEUR”62).

  • French army officer who was awarded the title of 'Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' for his heroism.

  • French feminist, who introduced the term 'ecofeminism' (A(c)cologie-fA(c)minisme, A(c)co-fA(c)minisme or A(c)cofA(c)minisme) in 1974.

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on March 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • American politician and lawyer Governor of Alaska (d.2014)

  • Austrian politician and lawyer. From 1960 to 1966, he was Minister of Justice of Austria in the third cabinet under Julius Raab. He then served again as Minister in the cabinet headed by Bruno Kreisky between 1970 and 1983. In 1986, he was awarded the European Human Rights Prize of Council of Europe. He died in Vienna on February 1, …

  • Gustavo DAaz OrdazbolaA+-os, a Mexican politician, was a member of the Institutional Revolutionary Party. From 1964 to 1970, he was the President of Mexico.

  • Mexican politician and academic 49th President of Mexico (d.79)

  • Mexican statesman

  • Adolf Hitler's nephew, William Patrick Hitler, was William Patrick Hitler. He searched every document with Hitler's name when he realized that A.H. was in power in Germany.

  • Stevens producer (Giant).

  • Orange, New Jersey -- Boxer/actor (On the Waterfront).

  • American UFO enthusiast, who once held an annual UFO conference at his private Yucca Valley airport, CA. According to him, his first sighting was on 8/24/1953. He said that he had contacted outer-space beings both in person and while in trance. According to reports, the beings instructed him to create a machine that could heal and bring back the dead. …

  • Japanese politician, 68th Prime Minister Japan (d. 1980).

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on March 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

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