List of celebrities and famous people who were born on May 12th
Famous birthdays on May 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002007
American child from a prominent family, a daughter Donald Trump, Jr., an American businessman and model Vanessa Haydon. She is the granddaughter of Donald Trump, a tycoon.
Famous birthdays on May 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Russian tennis player
American autistic teenager who is a musical genius. Matthew, who was born in 1995, couldn't tolerate noises other than the sound of the television or windshield wipers. He learned to play the piano when he was six years old and over 30 songs were written and four CDs recorded during the next four years. Matthew has performed live in front …
French-born Brazilian figure ice skating skater. He was adopted by Yves Amodio and Nadia Amodio at the age of 1 month. "Floamo", who won the gold medal at 2011 European championships (Brian Joubert took the silver). He was 4th in 2016.
Famous birthdays on May 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Singer and actress from Cypriot
American basketball player
Actor and dancer from the Philippines (d. 2008).
Chinese race walker
Canadian child aged four, who disappeared from a busy Victoria playground, B.C. On 3/24/1991 at 12:30 - 1:00 PM. He was playing nearby on a sunny, clear day. The entire community rallied together to form a massive manhunt. No trace of the boy was ever found.
Senegalese basketball player
Italian sprinter and long jumper
Italian rugby player
Russian politician and gymnast
French professional tennis player, and current French number. 4.
American Basketball Player and Business Professional
British stage actor and singer
Puerto Rican baseball player
American basketball player
Famous birthdays on May 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Singer and actor from the Philippines
American football player
He was an American actor who first appeared in national commercials at age 5. He was 13 when he won a role on "DrexellaEUR(tm),s Class", a sitcom that lasted one season. Jason also made his Broadway debut in "Conversations With My Father" that year. This play earned him a part on the soap "As the World turns," 1996, for which …
Swedish-Canadian model and actress
American baseball player
French woman killed in an air crash. She was a passenger on an Afriyah Airways flight which crashed upon landing in Tripoli (Libya). According to a BBC News report, the flight left Johannesburg, South Africa at 21.37 local time on the previous night and was due to arrive in Tripoli at 6 AM (local time). A 10-year-old child was the …
Japanese singer and fashion designer (Morning Musume, Tanpopo).
Singer and model from Sweden-Canada
Oregon; fencer-foil (Olympics-1996).
Scottish snooker coach and player
Model and actress from Argentina/Spanish
Actor (Joseph Carroll - Guns of Paradise).
New Zealand's legendary Rugby Union Player has been endorsed by US products. He was the son of poor Tongan parents and became a multi-millionaire young man through his skills on the field. He won the World Cup in 1995 and 1999. He was 21 years old and had a bright future. In 1996, he was diagnosed as having Nephrotic syndrome. …
Running back (Saint Louis Rams).
Simona Pari, an Italian volunteer aid worker, was abducted in broad daylight from her Iraqi home on September 7, 2004. The hostages, along with the women, were freed on September 28th 2004. They were then flown to Italy and arrived at Rome's Ciampino Airport that evening at 11:15.
German radio and television presenter.
California, USA; Miss America (California-4th-1996).
Australian rower (Olympics-1996).
American actor John Astin and actress Patty Duke's son. After a three-year stint on "The Facts of Life," he went back to high school and plans to become a journalist. He was 23 when he starred in "In Love and War" and "The Evening Star", both of which aired in 1997. In "Dream for an Insomniac," he makes his debut …
Hockey forward (Team Italy 1998).
Canadian voice actor
California, USA; actor (Phillip-Scarecrow and Mrs King).
Nevada, USA; Miss America-Nevada (1997).
NFL linebacker (Seattle Seahawks).
American actress, who rose to fame on the ABC sitcom Just the Ten of Us. She is probably best known for her role on Melrose Place as Lexi Sterling. She was born in a Jewish home and has an older brother.
California, USA; actress Cindy - Just the 10 of Us
American professional wrestler
American homicide victim, who was shot nine times, died two days later, at 7:34 AM, after surgery. Brian, an average-looking Anglo male, was walking through the South Boston housing development's courtyard when he was attacked. After returning from a drink at a pub, he was walking back to his apartment with his mother. The family lost seven children, including their …
Norwegian singer (Dadafon KrA,yt Kvitretten)
Sarnia, Ontario -- Canadian Tour golfer (Ontario Amateur-1990, 92)
Scotland; Australasia golfer.
NFL wide receiver (Arizona Cardinals).
Pennsylvania, USA; PGA golfer (1994 Las Vegas-5th).
South African cricketer
Shelburne (Nova Scotia) -- Rower (1992-96 Olympics - 7th place)
British Columbia, Canada; cyclist (Olympics 1996).
New York, USA: Nike golfer (1993 Doral Ryder Open-61st).
Famous birthdays on May 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American YouTube personality
California, USA; actress
English actor, comedian, and writer
Illinois, USA; pitcher (New York Mets).
American baseball player for the St. Louis Cardinals. He was selected in the ninth round of the free-agent draft on 6/01/1988. Clark is a husky pitcher, 6aEUR(tm), 5" and 245 lbs. He also throws and bats well. From 4/12/1991 to 5/08/1991, he was on the Arkansas disable list. The Cardinals traded him to the Cleveland Indians on 3/3/1993. He was …
American baseball player and a former pitcher.
American bass guitarist (Tool).
Iowa, USA; female pitcher (Colorado Silver Bullets).
American athlete, safety.
Hockey defenseman (Team Italy 1998).
Ontario, Canada; NHL left wing (Colorado Avalanche).
Australian politician and lawyer 21st Minister of Education and Training
New South Wales, Australasia golfer
German children's entertainer, a musical clown.
American entrepreneur, First, is one of two founders of Nantucket Nectars. This juice company was founded by a successful juicer. Concord Provisions, an upscale grocery, is his latest venture. It opened in January 2004. Tom also founded Nantucket’s Allserve Grocery Store on July 1, 1990. It was created to serve boaters and evolved into Nantucket Nectars.
Tennessee, USA; outfielder (San Diego Padres).
Hockey forward (Canada, Olympics-1998)
American impresario, a rock promoter. Helliwell, along with two other victims, were murdered in an apartment located above the Carnegie Deli in New York City. It was believed that it was a burglary gone sour. The triple murder was committed by Andre S. Smith (30-year-old ex-convict who is currently on parole). Smith's accomplice was Sean Salley, 19, who had a …
California, USA; American badminton players (Olympics-1992).
American homicide victim, taken by Paul Dunn (her estranged husband, and the father of her baby), 8/15/1986. She was shot and stabbed multiple times, and she was taken to Lexington, MA, where she was buried.
French cinematographer and director
Italian race car driver. Modena won 1986's Monaco Formula 3 Classic. Later that year Modena gained a reputation for being a skilled driver and was victorious at the European Formula 3 Championship race. He won titles in 1987 and began racing Formula 1 with EuroBrun. However, Modena became a Brabham driver during 1989-1990. He quit Formula 1 racing to participate …
South African actor, screenwriter and producer
American producer and actress
American producer and guitarist (Bad Religion Daredevils, Error).
New York, USA; LPGA golfer (1994 Oldsmobile Classic-3rd).
Rochester, New York -- LPGA golfer (1994 Oldsmobile Classic-3rd)
California, USA; diver (Olympics 1996).
Canadian producer and director of actor
Belgian screenwriter and photographer of television, cinema and cartoons.
American political commentator
British racing driver
Quebec journalist, radio host and film director
Australian marathoner (1988 Olympics, Silver Medalist).
Australian marathoner (1984-88, 96 Olympics, 7th Place)
Famous birthdays on May 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Minnesota, United States -- NHL right-wing (Washington Capitals Olympics - Gold 1980)
American singer-songwriter (Badlands blue Murder and Sun Red Sun). (d. 1993).
Actress (Traci- Young and the Restless).
Belgian pro-astrologer. Author of "The Graphic Ephemeris 2040-2048", 1998. Also, 2001. Annual aEURoeRainbow EphemerisaEUR since 2013. Baronne Astrid Valentine Josephe Fallon Yeardley is her full name.
Whitaker, second baseman (Detroit Tigers).
American baseball player
Turkish academic and economist
Pakistani umpire and cricketer
Canadian ice hockey coach and manager
Argentinean-Canadian politician and urban planner 10th Canadian Minister for International Trade
Louisiana, USA. Singer (Brooks and Dunn-Brand New Man).
American basketball player who played for only one season, 1978-1979.
French writer and storyteller.
Canadian singer; Nepotism Records. Melleny, now Mellee Fresh, reemerged in 2006 and was featured on "Cocktail Queen", and "After Hours." Nelvana Studios has used her singing voice for animated films.
American basketball player. He played for the Washington Bullets starting in 1975aEUR-1983 and the Milwaukee Bucks starting in 1983aEUR1985.
Jamaican-British musician. He was the former lead guitarist and vocalist of the rock band "Lynx", which released six albums since 1981. He is slim and black and studied astrology from 1975 to 1988. In 1988, he added psychology to his studies.
Belgian equestrian, who competed in the Atlanta Olympics 1996. He placed 69th in individual jump and 13th team jump. In 1976, he won the Bronze Medal for Team riding at the Montreal Olympics.
American basketball Head Coach, Supersonics.
Sweden -- 200m / 400m swimmer (1972 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Irish actor, film director and producer, film writer, cultural ambassador, and audiobook narrator.
Tall and handsome American actor. He is best known for his role in the TV series Scarecrow and Mrs. King, 1983. After high school, he began acting and was known for his friendly demeanour and good looks. He got his start in small roles thanks to his charm and good looks. He moved to Los Angeles in 1972, where he …
Scottish writer, broadcaster and barrister. Kennedy was a part of the TV dramas "The Heart of the Matter" (with some episodes based on her legal experience) and "Blind Justice." Her legal career began in 1991 with a few notable cases, including representation for Myra Hindley and the Guildford Four.
American broadcaster. He was a former Channel 3 weatherman (1978-1984) and CBS Morning News anchor (1984-1986). He was recently made a host for a talk-show.
American singer-songwriter best known for "The Stroke", his 1981 hit.
rocker (Sha Na Na).
in the German Democratic Republic; sprinter (Olympics-gold-1972).
Illinois, USA; actor (Scarecrow & Mrs King, Babylon 5).
Massachusetts, USA; heavy metal guitarist "Don't Say No".
Famous birthdays on May 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
British singer, composer, and producer. Winwood, who was 15 years old when he left Spencer Davis Group to become a professional, formed Traffic in April 1967. This led to Blind Faith in 1969 with Eric Clapton. In 1972, he was struck with a serious illness that caused him to take a break. He returned in December 1974 and took another …
American actress. She made her Broadway debut with the 1972 revival Of Much Ado About Nothing. In 1976, she appeared in All the President's Men. She was nominated for an Academy Award nomination as Best Supporting Actress for her role in the 1984 film Places in the Heart. She has also starred in Slap Shot (1977), Between the Lines (77), …
British mountaineer (d. 1982)
American politician and captain 39th Governor of Nebraska
New York, USA. Actress (Slapshot Iceman, Places in Heart).
American politician and current Nebraska governor
Canadian journalist, writer, biographer and novelist. He is also the Director of Harvard University's Carr Center for Human Rights Policy.
American screenwriter, director, and actor in film.
American editor and writer
American lawyer, tax advisor, and economist. Advanced Telecommunications' CEO. Raville graduated from college with a BA degree in Economics and a JD degree that specializes in LLM (taxation). He is an avid fisherman and cook as a hobby.
American architect designed the Imperial War Museum North & Jewish Museum
American science fiction author
French politician and member of the Union pour un Mouvement Populaire. He is a member of France's National Assembly for the sixth district that includes the Loire. From 1993 to 1995, he was Minister of Parliamentary Relations. In 2005, he was Minister of Justice.
French entrepreneur, Chairman and CEO of Pernod Ricard liquor & wine group, which he inherited his father Paul Ricard who was the founder of Pernod Ricard.
Jr. English footballer (d. 2007).
English-American singer-songwriter/keyboard player (Small Faces Faces, The New Barbarians). (d. 2014).
28th Governor of Hong Kong, English politician and academic
Scottish poet, born in Aberdeen. He is an emeritus professor in English Studies at University of Stirling.
French astronomer, who has held since 1991 the chair of observational astrophysics at the CollA"ge de France.
Rock keyboardist (Gary Lewis & Playboys – "Diamond Ring")
California, USA; actress (Felicia Galant - Another World).
Louisiana, USA; rocker "I Can Help"
French singer, composer and musician. He originally released music with his dancers and singers under the title "Le Big Bazar", but he decided to go solo in 1977. In 1969, he published his first album: Je n'aurai pas le temps.
Serbian chess player and theoretician (d. 2014.)
American singer and songwriter
English actor and singer (The Blockheads, Kilburn and The High Roads). (d. 2000).
California, USA; harpsichordist/organist (Bhajeb).
Wolff; singer/guitarist ("Blue Diamonds").
USA; R&B singer (Persuasions).
Associated with the Temptations, (Born 1940).
Famous birthdays on May 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American ex-Press Secretary to Richard M. Nixon. Ziegler, the youngest White House Press Secretary ever, was described as combative. On 2/10/2003 in San Diego, Ca, Ziegler died from a heart attack.
Australian rugby player and coach (d. 2014.)
Kurdish politician and journalist
Minister and politician from Greece, 69th Mayor in Athens (d.2011).
English academic and pediatrician
US press secretary (Richard Nixon).
French politician, who was a member the National Assembly 2007-2012 representing the 1st district of Vaucluse. She was also the mayor of Avignon.
American artist, a contemporary American artist who shines in steel industrial tubing.
London, England -- Actress (Vanity Faire, Living Free).
American comedian who started doing TV variety shows and nightclubs in 1966. His films include "With Six, you get Eggroll," 1968, and "Outrageous Fortune," 1987. He also directed "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure." In 1994, he was inducted into The Comedy Hall of Fame.
English singer and actress
British physician, writer, and television personality for "Where There's Life", 1981-1989. Stoppard is a respected medical expert who has achieved great success. He also writes a number of health books and is a columnist at the TV Times magazine.
Belgian writer, Misha: A MA(c),moire of Holocaust Years. Published first in 1997, it was originally intended to be a memoir. It was a huge success in Europe, and it was also translated into 18 other languages. The French version of this book was a derivation of the original, with the title Survivre mit les loups. Published in 1997 by A%0ditions …
New York, USA. Comedian (Seven words that you can't say on TV, AM and FM Carwash).
American sculptor and painter
American TV anchorman in Los Angeles. The broadcast journalist, who is well-known for his savagery and incontroversies on air, has a loyal following despite many critics. He is well-known for his provocative and bold commentary. Anchorman for several weekly News Magazines, and host of "Tomorrow", an innovative late-night TV show, and "Prime Time Sunday," Snyder is a master at drawing …
American actress, model, and stage actor. She began her career as a New York Model and then moved on to the stage as an actress in "The Diary of Anne Frank." After many years of retirement, she returned to film in 1982 with the movie "Table for Five."
Wisconsin, USA; newscaster (Tommorow, NBC Weekend News).
Lawyer and politician from Panama, 32nd President of Panama (d.2009).
Canadian ice hockey player, and sportscaster
Dominican-American baseball coach and manager
Indian Astrologer, world-traveled scholar, artist, and author of many books about tantra and Vedic Astrology including "The Healing Power of Gemstones" as well as "Numerology Dhanwantari and Tools for Tantra."
Russian poet and author (d.2010)
Baron Joffe South African-English lawyer, politician
Italian singer and songwriter. He passed away on the 24th of May 2002.
Italy sport Champion
Vice-president Flemish of Dutch One.
Spanish film director
Spanish screenwriter and director (d. 2013).
California, USA; platform/springboard diver. (Olympics-4 Gold-1952, 1956).
Famous birthdays on May 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Canadian ice hockey player
First President of Namibia: Namibian politician
Missouri, USA; composer "I'll Never Fall in Love Again".
American merchandise marketer and CEO at Home Depot, a warehouse-style, home supply retailer. Marcus received a BSc in Merchandising at college and a BSc in Marketing while working as a comedian part-time.
American composer and pianist of popular music. Before becoming a composer, he studied piano and was an accompanist. His music is rich and melodic, with soft rhythms that are influenced by Latin beats and soft rock, like "Raindrops keep Fallin' on My Head," which won him the Oscar in 1970.
American producer and songwriter (d. 2002).
Polish-Swiss art dealer (d. 2008)
Italy sport Champion
French infantry captain.
French physician and hematologist, whose research focuses on the molecular pathology hemoglobin.
American accountant and CEO of Iowa-Illinois Gas and Electric. This is a utility company. O'Brien worked previously as an accountant for Arthur Anderson and holds a BSc in Commerce and Accounting.
French entrepreneur, businessman, and trade unionist. From 1986 to 1994, he was president of CNPF. He was also Chairman of MEDEF International 1997-2005 and CEO of Unilever France.
Florida, USA; American politician (Representative-Democrat-Florida, 1979-).
Indian politician 21st Governor West Bengal (d.2013)
American athlete. He is a Hall-of-Fame catcher, great clutch-hitter and coach/manager. Berra is one the most charming curmudgeons of 20th-century sports.
Theater critic (NY Times).
Birmingham, England -- Actor (Rebellion, Wrong Box).
Belgian politician. He died in 2005, on the 30th of July.
Actor/writer (Call Me Genius Rebel) dies at 43
Actor/writer (Call Me Genius Rebel) dies at 43
Russian-American poet and mathematician
French actor. He died 12 August 1971.
American actress and photographer (d.2009)
American actress (d.2009)
Italian Mafia member and Cosa Nostra Don, accused of numerous homicides and convicted for killing a judge. His first career was as a real-estate investment manager.
British comedian and actor. On 6/25/1968, he committed suicide in Sydney (Australia).
English biscuit manufacturer / pilot / multi-millionaire
Scottish businessman. Director of Bank of England 1973-1991, and Director of Exxon Corporation 1984-1994.
Record company executive
Italian writer, novelist and screenwriter. He was buried in Milan on 16 March 1993.
English race car driver and manager (d.2012)
American actor and businessman (d.2013)
Argentinian lawyer, author (d. 1998)
Canadian ice hockey player and broadcaster (d. 1991).
American baseball umpire (Born in 1922)
Age 64, West German avant-garde politician/artist, in Dnsseldorf.
Canadian author, best-selling novelist of "Never Cry Wolf", and "People of the Deer," in which he first brought attention to the conservation of the Arctic. His 26 books were sold in over 11 million copies worldwide and translated into 35 other languages by 1985. He is a national icon and one of the most prominent writers of nonfiction in the …
Archbishop (Florence) / Papal candidate
Designer of the Belfast Calorimeter.
Fontenay sous bois Writer
French resistance during the Second World War
Famous birthdays on May 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
NYC: 1st US civil executed for spying at 37
American business administrator, noted family, and the son of "The Mighty I Am," founders of the religious cult. He was also charged in 1940 with 22 counts each of conspiracy, mail fraud, and plagiarism. Two counts of financial misconduct were brought against them, but they were released in 1946. The movement was strong throughout the 1960s.
American entrepreneur (Born 1915)
Hungary -- Actor (Young Frankenstein, Panic in City)
American businesswoman, Mary Kay Inc. founder. Mary Kay Inc. is a multi-level direct sales and marketing company that sells cosmetics. Ash married Ben Rogers when she was 17. Their three children were born. Her husband was in World War II. She sold books door to door. They divorced in 1945 after her husband returned from war. Ash began working for …
American-born Canadian football coach (d.2005)
American critic and author (d. 2013).
Dutch romanticism was a major influence on the Dutch poet and writer. His Christian beliefs vs. his belief in free love caused him conflict. He was an archeologist.
Louisiana, United States -- TV newsman (ABC, Moderated Kennedy-Nixon debate)
American entertainment reporter and columnist (d. 2010).
Actor Harvey Griffin-Hazel dies at 74
German holocaust victim. August Landmesser, her husband, was born October 1934. When they tried to wed in August 1935, their banns were rejected by the registry office. Irma was Jewish and 'The Law for the Protection of German Blood & German Honour' did not come into effect until September 1935. Ingrid Eckler and Landmesser were married on 29 October 1935. …
Jazz sax / clarinet
Swedish runner (d. 2001)
American clarinet player and saxophonist (d. 1995).
American illustrator and author (d. 1972).
Italian opera singer and mezzo-soprano, who made her debut in Florence, Italy in 1935. She was loved by critics and audiences alike until her retirement in 1966.
Webster Grove, Missouri -- Orchestra leader (NBC Comedy Hour)
Surinamese politician and educator 1st President Suriname (d.2010)
British biochemist, who is credited with developing protein crystallography. In 1964, she was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Italy sport Champion
Famous birthdays on May 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001907
American actress, whose first film appearance was in "A Bill of Divorcement" (1932) with John Barrymore. Her box-office appeal in the 1930s was poor, but she rose to fame with 11 Oscar nominations, and three Oscar wins. Her Oscar-winning films were "Morning Glory" (1933), "Guess Who's Coming To Dinner", 1967, and "The Lion in Winter" (68).
English/US detective writer (Enter The Saint)
US geologist / geophysicist
Vinon sur Verdon Military man
French watercolourist and painter. His works are preserved in Paris' Modern Art Museum, as well as in Gueret, Grenoble, Albi, Grenoble, Gueret.
Canadian politician and lawyer Postmaster General of Canada
French screenwriter and songwriter.
Dutch orthopaedic surgeon and co-founder of Sint Maartenkliniek in Nijmegen.
Japanese actor (d. 1990).
German suicide and homicide. After being rejected by Anna Kaltschmidt's parents, he shot Anna and then turned the gun against himself, while lying beside Anna on the bed. It happened at 2:00 AM on the morning of February 15, 1929.
England, United Kingdom -- Actor (My Fair Lady, Peyton Place)
F Berkeley British composer (Castaway).
French nuclear physicist.
American naval officer and cryptoanalyst (d. 1976).
At 70, a German/Austrian actress (Metropolis) dies