List of celebrities and famous people who were born on January 13th
Famous birthdays on January 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102010
Famous birthdays on January 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002003
Luciano Pavorotti was the noted Italian father. Alice, the Italian child of Nicoletta Mantovani was prematurely born by Caesarean section after her twin brother's death in utero.
Famous birthdays on January 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
American actor and musician
German tennis player
South Korean singer/actress/MC
Famous birthdays on January 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American football player
American screenwriter and actor in film. His role as Felix in Once Upon A Time is his most well-known.
Canadian figure skater
German beach volleyball player
TV Show Host
French jockey, son of Philippe BA(c),kaert, a well-known jockey.
Paraguayan model Miss Paraguay 2006
American producer and singer (3OH!3)
French basketball player
Actor (King Lear - Challenge to Lassie) dies at 75
Argentinian tennis player
TV Show Host
American professional wrestler, actor, bodyguard and actor
American football player
Spanish race car driver (d. 2013)
Polish organist and conductor
Polish organist and conductor
American Ice Hockey Player
Famous birthdays on January 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
English screenwriter and actress
PECOTA was developed by a statistician and journalist from America.
British actor who was first known for his role as Legolas in the 2003, 2002, and 2003 Trilogy of "Lord of the Rings." He continued his role in the movie with many performances: "Pirates of the Caribbean", with Johnnie Depp (2003, 2002, 2003 Trilogy of "Lord of the Rings") and its sequels; "Troy" (2004); "Ned Kelley (2004), and other.
American basketball coach and player
English keyboard player and trombonist
American victim of homicide, killed 10/19/1996 at 5:00 pm in Wayland, MA. Her body had vanished and was only discovered in April 1997 when a fragment of her skull was found in a forest. In December 1997, sophisticated DNA equipment was used to identify the fragment.
California; canoe (alternate-Olympics-1996).
New Zealand guitarist and singer-songwriter
Canadian short track speed skater
French race horse trainer and ex-jockey.
Norwegian composer and guitarist
Estonian politician and academic 31st Estonian Minister for Education and Research
Australian rower (Olympics-1996).
NFL tackle (Denver Broncos - Super Bowl XXXII).
Russia; NHL Center (New Jersey Devils).
Russian ice hockey coach and player
Russian player in ice hockey
Hong Kong actor
Running back (Baltimore Ravens).
American magazine editor, Iranian-born
California, USA; actress (Charles In Charge, Chrissie, TJ Hooker Summer - Baywatch).
Australian sportscaster and footballer
NFL cornerback (Detroit Lions).
British journalist and radio presenter
American actor and director
American film actor/director
Mexico; pitcher (Pittsburgh Pirates).
English paranormal researcher, TV personality, writer, and musician
Italian cyclist and 1998 Tour de France winner was found dead in Rimini, Italy on February 14, 2004. Although Tranquilizers were discovered by his side, it was later revealed that the victim died from acute cocaine poisoning. This hypothesis remains open to question.
American screenwriter/creator (Grey's Anatomy).
A French sprinter of Guinean descent won a gold medal in the 4x100 m relay at the 2002 European Championships in Athletics.
Utrechtum, Netherlands -- Playmate (Jan, 94)
Famous birthdays on January 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Italian woman who was part of the women's team at the Olympic Games in Nagano (Japan), February 1998. She won the bronze medal.
French basketball player, formerly with A%0lan Ba(c)arnais Pau–Orthez. Gadou was awarded a silver medal by the France national basketball team during the 2000 Summer Olympics.
Pro snooker champion and player from Scotland, with a remarkable 1995 year. Snooker is very similar to American billiards.
American professional baseball player. He was a right-handed pitching pitcher and was picked by the Montreal Expos as a 29th round draft pick. He graduated from Kishwaukee College, Illinois. He played for the Philadelphia Phillies (1993), Chicago Cubs (94aEUR"1998) and Texas Rangers (192001).
US runner (world record 50 indoor).
Panami? 1/2; infielder (Houston Astros).
NFL running back (Miami Dolphins).
Poland; tennis star (1994 Futures France).
American academic and political scientist
Guard / corner (Dallas Cowboys)
American actress, model, television personality, best known for her role as Jordan Tate in the 1996-98 television series Baywatch.
Italian skier who won a Gold Medal at the International Olympic Games in Nagano (Japan), February 1998.
Italian pro-race car driver in Formula One.
Japanese singer-songwriter and actress (Mean Machine)
Brazilian notable family, the daughter soccer champion PelA(c).
He is an actor and driver of race cars in America. His role as a neurosurgeon on the TV series "Grey's Anatomy" is well-known. He participated in "24 Hours du Mans" 2014 He stated that he would "walk away from acting" if he could, and devote himself fully to motorsports.
Safety/cornerback in the NFL (New York Jets).
California, USA; canoe (alternate-Olympics-1996).
Maine, USA; actor. (Mike – Fast Times, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. Can't Buy Me Love. Face The Music.
Radio host and English journalist
Singer and actor from England, comedian and guitarist
California, USA; actress (Kindergarden Cop, Gwen - Popcorn Kids).
Northern Irish golfer
New Jersey, USA. Guitarist (Slaughter-"Stick it Live".
Florida, USA; dancer (and Komarov-1995 Pacific Champion).
American country music singer-songwriter
Green Bay Packers).
San Francisco Giants, Cincinnati Reds).
Canadian ice hockey player
American baseball player
American comedianne, actress who was a star in the No.1 series "Seinfeld" (1990-98). Their "show about nothing" was a huge success with their quirky group of self-involved New Yorkers. In 2002, she began her own series called "Watching Ellie", which was produced by Brad Hall, her husband for 15 years.
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (The Flaming Lips).
New York, USA: Comedienne (Saturday Night Live. Seinfeld. Day by Day. Soul Man. Troll).
Canadian ice hockey player, and sportscaster
Greek coach and footballer
English director and choreographer
Nobel Prize winner for physics and chemistry in America
Famous birthdays on January 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American race car driver
American bass player (Megadeth White Lion Pride & Glory Slash’s Snakepit & Black Label Society).
Illinois, United States -- Actor. (Hoffa. Sleeping with the Enemy).
American musician (Megadeth)
in Chile; tennis star.
Manager and footballer from Spain
Dutch manager and footballer
American professional golfer on the PGA Tour.
An English politician and lawyer
Sacraento, California -- Diver (1984 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
American poet and academic (d. 2014.)
Argentine politician. From 2003 to 2007, he was the 33rd Vice President for Argentina under NA(c]stor Kirchner. He has been Governor of Buenos Aires Province from 2007. He also served as president of The Justicialist Party for two terms.
North Carolina, USA; PGA golfer (1984 Greater Milwaukee).
Rock bassist (Pretenders, "Mystery Achievement")
Actress (Vivian Banks -Fresh Prince Of Bel Air).
Since 1986, French journalist for Radio France Internationale (RFI) After being kidnapped by unknown assailants, Dupont was murdered on the 2nd of November 2013. She was located near Kidal in northeastern Mali. She was in the same group as Claude Verlon (the technician who was also killed)
American socialite and author critic
Mafolo, South Africa; journalist/African National Congress leader.
Chilean manager and footballer (d. 2015).
Australian producer and guitarist (Professor Ratbaggy, Stardust Five).
British diplomat to Russia for the English diplomat
Goalkeeper for French football (soccer), who won a total of three international caps during the late 1970s, early 1980s. He was part of the French team in the 1986 FIFA World Cup, and the 1984 European Championship winning team.
South African-American producer and singer (Yes Rabbitt, Manfred Mann's Earth Band).
Los Angeles, California -- Playmate (Sep, 1979)
American actress and producer (d.2012)
The Independent was founded by an English journalist
Keyboardist (Doobie Brothers, "Minute by Minute")
Indiana, USA, actress (Raven-Edge of Night, Brittany-Another World, Melinda-One Life to Live).
French journalist and editor of "Que Choisir".
French chef committed suicide by gunshot on February 24, 2003, after newspaper reports suggested that his restaurant might lose its three-star status.
Nationally recognized Danish film director. Rasmussen is an international award-winning director of children's movies.
American businessman and former CEO of Citigroup
American film director
Don Borkowski, an American Astrologer, was married to her in 1976. Ian was born on the 8th of May 1978. Since 1979, they have lived in Salem. She returned to Lori McClearen, her birth name, after she and Don split in 1996. Georgie was a semi-pro astrologer who began her studies in October 1972, despite Isabel Hickey’s warning. She also …
Iranian footballer and coach (d. 2014).
American baseball player (d.2011)
Italian family, first child of Silvano Mangano (and Dino De Laurentiis) and Italian-respected family. Before her marriage to Alex De Benedetti on February 14, 1970, she made a small attempt at working in film. She had three children.
English politician and economist
Famous birthdays on January 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American producer and screenwriter
First Indian and 138th person visit space
Indian politician and lawyer
American Astrologer, born 1976. Author of numerous articles on astrology. For a few years, she was married to Philip Sedgwick in 1/30/1969.
Polish politician and historian
Former coach and Spanish-Catalan footballer
England, United Kingdom -- Rock guitarist / vocalist (Medicine Man)
Turkish academic and physicist (d. 2004).
Finnish saxophonist composer, conductor
Jean-Claude Killy, a French alpine skier, participated in the 1968 Winter Olympics.
French criminal lawyer who defended Roger Bontems and Christian Didier as murderers, Claude Buffet, Roger Bontems and Roger Knobelspiess.
British fantasy writer. Most well-known for his three novels "House of Kendreth", "Red Moon, Black Mountain" (1970), and "The Grey Mane of Morning” (1977).
United Kingdom -- Sci-fi author (High Kings)
English author and oncologist
American public health worker; homosexual; died from AIDS in Los Angeles, CA on the morning of 10/01/1995.
USA; actor (Night Court, House, Dungeonmaster, Survivor).
American composer and author (d.2012)
The daughter of Marianna Frigeni, an Italian stage and film actress, is also an actor.
American Astrologer. His interest in astrology began during his first week of August 1966, while he was completing his PhD. Chemistry. Chemistry was immediately put on the back burner and astrology took priority.
Catalan politician and academic, 127th President at the Generalitat de Catalunya
German DR, 2 Man Bobsledder (1976 Olympics – Gold Medalist).
American writer who transcended his original acclaim as a "gay writer" by becoming a master craftsman of unconventional novels, non-fiction and semi-autobiographical writing.
Famous birthdays on January 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Argentinian screenwriter and director
Canadian ice hockey player
Polish coach and footballer
French comic strip artist and caricaturist. His popular characters include Le Grand Duduche and adjudant Kronenbourg, and especially Mon Beauf. So spot-on was this caricature of an average, racist, sexist, vulgar, ordinary Frenchman that the word 'beauf' (short for "beau-frère" i.e. brother-in-law) has slipped into ordinary use.
French jewish singer from the "yA (c)yA (c)" period. He was born to an "ambassadeur" in the sixties. He was born in Argentina and grew up at the College of Brighton. He covered many American songs. He is known for being the friend of the Beatles and recorded at Abbey Road. The single "Aranjuez mon amour", which he wrote and …
American politician and captain (d. 2013).
Indian santoor musician and composer
New Zealand-English biochemist, academic (d. 2012).
French rugby player. He was selected for wing 40 times at international events between 1957 and 1967. FranceaEUR(tm), 1967 Captain
Italian operatic baritone and gifted at the age of 14 made his debut in 1962. Bruson was born to poor farmers and lost his mother when he turned eight. Bruson has made several appearances in operas and was also awarded numerous awards, including an honorary letter of letters from the University of Ubino.
French prefect. From July 2002 to June 2007, he was the French co-prince’s representative to Andorra, replacing FrA(c]dA(c]ric de Saint-Sernin. He was previously chief of Paris police. He passed away on February 14, 2015.
Italian automotive and mechanical engineer (Scuderia Ferrari).
American author of many novels and mother to Lisa See, also an American novelist
American artist, sculptor, and pop artist who specializes on life-size figures made of epoxy-type material.
American basketball coach and politician (d. 2014.)
United States -- Sci-fi author (Deadwalk, Plunder)
American wrestler (d. 1982).
American mountaineer photographer and scholar
American comedian and actor, portly and mustachioed, often seen in absurd roles.
New York, USA. American actor (Match Game Ghost and Mrs Muir). (Dies 2007).
Actor (Assassin Get Carter, Repulsion), dead at 53
USA; actress (Outland and Starting Over).
Italy sport Champion
Famous birthdays on January 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Dutch actor/theater director (Nice Boys).
American composer and guitarist (d. 1994).
French banker and president of BNP (Banque nationale de Paris), 1982-1993
Australian Astrologer. He became an astrologer shortly after World War II. He worked at Tooths brewery, where he was asked to write the Sun Sign column. He didn't know much about the subject so he purchased a book, studied it and came up with the expertise 10 minutes later. (quoted by Keven Barrett in his obituary). Since 1980, he has …
North Carolina, USA; actor. (87th Precinct).
New York, USA. Actor (Paul – Mr Novak, Norman Diana).
South African Nobel Prize-winning Academic Nobel Prize Laureate in Biology
American soldier lawyer and politician 5th United States Secretary of Transportation (d.2004)
France sport Champion
American singer-songwriter (d.2011)
French race horse trainer, jockey, and harnessed trot racer.
Paddington Bear was created by an English soldier and author
American academic and author (d. 2003).
France sport Champion
American feminist author (d.2003)
Indian producer and director (d. 2009).
American dancer and Tony-award winner, she took lessons from age two to strengthen her legs. Her legs were so bent as an infant that doctors recommended they be broken and re-set. Her mother refused and put her in corrective shoes. She then started dance lessons. At age four, she had her first recital. At six, she was performing in her …
Munich, Germany -- Actress (MargaretLucas Tanner).
Australian businessman and engineer
Ballets de Paris director, French choreographer and dancer. He was a great collaborator with writers and designers. His unique combination of chic, sex and originality made him one of the most popular French post-war choreographers.
Artist / teacher
German playwright and theatre director.
He is best known as a philosopher of science for his three-decade tenure at the University of California Berkeley where he taught philosophy (1958aEUR1989). His life was a wanderer's dream, with stops in England, New Zealand, Italy and Germany. His most notable works were Against Method (published in 1976), Science in a Free Society (1978), and Farewell to Reason (a …
London, England -- Actor (Nanny Adventure for 2, Naked Heart).
Russian cellist (d. 1997)
Dutch runner (d.2003)
French filmmaker, cinematographer, director, and producer. He was one of the most important moguls of his time with films like "Crin Blanc," Le Ballon Rouge," and "Le Voyage en Ballon".
French medievalist, historian, and novelist. He is best known for his bestseller "La Chambre des Dames".
American-English poet and author (d. 2000).
Author and poet of Greek-Turkish origin (d. 2001).
English actress and model, a member of the Battenberg/Mountbatten family, and a great granddaughter of Queen Victoria.
American Astrologer. He studied at the Church of Light in Los Angeles. He was a minor stage director in New York. In the 1960s, he moved to Hollywood where he directed some plays.
Famous birthdays on January 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American actor Nominated for seven Emmys. He won one Emmy in 1960 for "The Untouchables" series. For his role in 1956's film "Written On The Wind", he was nominated for an Oscar. He was an avid sportsman and set two world records in skeet shooting by the age of 19. He also became the fastest boat racer on the west …
Hollywood columnist/TV host (Movie Game).
Northampton, Massachusetts -- Actor. (Professional Father).
Pioneer music publisher/record producer
American actor and radio host (d. 1977).
American artist and visual artist, best known for her work.
France sport Champion
Copenhagen, Denmark -- Actress (Jack London, Rocketship XM)
Le Bouscat physician
Norwegian music teacher and pianist. He was a Norwegian pianist and music teacher. In 1953, he founded "Det norske forbundet av 1948", Norway's first organization for gay rights.
French senior police officer, author, and songwriter.
American baseball player. Left-handed catcher. He played for the Cincinnati Reds between July and August 1940.
Weston Goodman is a property developer.
Norwegian professor and Norwegian thermodynamicist at the Norwegian Institute of Technology and Norwegian University of Science and Technology. He discovered how CO2 could be used in cooling and heating applications. Gustav Lorentzen was his father.
Belgian author of comics strips, real name Joseph Gillain, pen name Jijé, best known for being a seminal artist on the Spirou et Fantasio strip (and for having introduced the Fantasio character) and the creator of one of the first major European western strips, Jerry Spring.
Danish-American actress (d.2006)
Baron Willis English screenwriter and author (d. 1992).
British TV Dramatist (d. 1992).
A Scottish diplomat, who joined the diplomatic service in 38. His assignments included Athens and Montevideo, Beirut. Damascus. Chungking. Nanking. He also served as Consul-General in Seville from 1963 to 1963.
French novelist. He published Les innocents de Paris, his first novel in 1944. In Switzerland, he followed it with Notre prison est un royaume ("Our Prison is a Kingdom") 1948 and Il est minuit docteur Schweitzer 1950. He died in Paris on 13 August 1979.
New York; actor (Bart Union Pacific, Temperatures Rising).
Actor (Robe Harbor Lights, Blood Legacy, Robe) dies at age 80
Australian politician, who served as the Premier of Queensland from 1968 to 1987. As the Country Party member representing Nanango, he entered Queensland's parliament. He was the Minister for Works and Housing 1963-1968 after the Country Party-Liberal coalition won power in 1957. On the death of Jack Pizzey on August 8, 1968, he became the Party leader and Premier. Bjelke–Petersen …
Premier of Queensland (d.2005)
premier (Queensland Australia).
Greek painter and illustrator
Famous birthdays on January 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Dutch communist accused in setting the Reichstag on fire (Born 1909).
American astronomer, best known for his stellar spectroscopist work. He was once married, had two children, and died 13 July 1994.
Dutch labourer, radical activist, and communist.
American author and historian.
French composer, musician, and organist. He died 26 February 1977.
Academic and Chinese linguist sinologist
American actress (Born 1899).
English sprinter and pianist (d. 1966).
Belgian journalist, author, wrote "le statut du journaliste professionnel de la presse filmee," "droits et devoirs du journ...".
American actress. She was the first Chinese-American actress to be a major box office star in silent films. Fairbank's film "Thief of Baghdad" was one of her most memorable and unforgettable performances. Her popularity on the international stage was also evident with a string of hits in '30s which gradually diminished. She was an independent, proud woman who never married.
Ukrainian/US Violinist (Beethoven and Bach), dies aged 87 (born 1903).
English composer (Alice in Wonderland), is killed at 73
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma -- Actress (False Madonna)
Italian actor who died in Rome, 1 June 1967.
Italy sport Champion
American historian, novelist (d. 1991).
Polish priest and historian (d. 1978).
Polish priest and historian (d. 1978).
Jr. American historian, author (d. 1991).
American screenwriter, novelist, historian, and literary scholar.