List of celebrities and famous people who were born on July 13th
Famous birthdays on July 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002006
Famous birthdays on July 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Sprinter from Northern Mariana Islands
Lithuanian sprint canoer
American actor and model.
Japanese actress and model
Thai model and actress
Famous birthdays on July 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Filipino basketball player
Greek basketball player
Japanese actress and singer (Morning Musume Ecmoni and v-u-den).
German high jumper
Miss Massachusetts USA 2006 was crowned the American beauty queen. At the time she won the title, she was a Miss Massachusetts USA 2006, a dance major at Gordon College. She was also a member the Gordon College "Silver Ring Thing" dance team, which is based in Pittsburgh and sends Kelly on a worldwide tour to encourage sexual abstinence.
Turkish basketball player
British singer (N-Dubz)
French actor of Italian descent
Norwegian singer-songwriter and guitarist
Indian model and actress
Soap Opera Actress
American columnist/songwriter ( Show) dies at the age of 80.
American wrestler (d. 2005).
South Korean player
American porn actress
Puerto Rican baseball player
American professional wrestler (d. 2005).
Dutch keyboard player (After Forever).
South African footballer
Latvian long jumper
Norwegian bassist (Eple Trio)
Aurora, Illinois -- Rhythmic gymnast (US team-96)
American actress and model
American singer and model, actress
Famous birthdays on July 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
A rare illness has claimed the life of an American teenager. It is a sudden death. Popular high school senior and soccer star in Rochester, MA. Flu-like symptoms caused her to stay home from school on the 9th of June 1996. Her parents returned from work and found her dead. Her heart and lungs were severely hemorhaged by meningococcemia. This …
Czech tennis player
Swiss figure skater and coach
Czech tennis player
Canadian mixed martial artist
American baseball player
Dutch porn actress
Greek basketball player
American football player
Canadian ice hockey player
American model actor and producer
American model, sportscaster, reality TV contestant
Kansas, United States -- Miss USA (Kansas-2nd-1996)
Canadian R&B singer
Italian race car driver
Saint John, New Brunswick -- Rower (1996 Olympics)
Saudi Arabian terrorist
Ponca City, Oklahoma -- Pitcher for the Detroit Tigers
Estonian producer and composer
American professional wrestler
Brazilian drug trafficker (d. 2015)
Italian comedian, actor and television host. He is best known for his comedy duo Luca e Paolo, which he formed with his friend Paolo Kessisoglu.
St. Catharines, Ontario -- Rower (1996 Olympics)
Australian coach and footballer
American drummer and guitarist (... You'll Know Us By the Trail of Dead or A Roman Scandal
French comedian and actor, of Sicilian and Belgian origin, he started in a troup ("Nous C Nous") alongside Jean Dujardin and other young comedians.
German pole vaulter and trainer
English snooker player
New Jersey, USA. Guitarist (Trixter – "Give it To Me Good")
Famous birthdays on July 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Ukrainian journalist and author (d. 2015.)
English singer-songwriter (Napalm Death Extreme Noise Terror, and Benediction).
Political scientist and politician from Moldova
Winnipeg, Manitoba -- 60kg judoka (1992-96 Olympics - 9th place)
Actor (Pirate Island)
Santa Ana, California -- Female outfielder (Colo Silver Bullets)
Soccer player (Vitesse / MVV)
Georgian-born Greek weightlifter
American writer, daughter of Anne Roiphe. She received a Ph.D. from Harvard and a BA in English literature from Princeton. After many articles in magazines, her first book, "The Morning After" (Sex, Fear, and Feminism On Campus), Little, Brown, 1993, was her breakthrough. It addressed contemporary feminist thinking, violence against women, victimization and violence against women. It also addressed the …
Wiesbaden (Germany) -- Tennis star (1994 Futures–Bad Gogging).
CFL offensive linebacker (Montreal Alouettes).
Japanese voice actress
Italian producer and DJ (Benassi Bros.
American basketball player: Forward, Celtics.
Australian politician and lawyer 50th Australian Minister of Trade and Investment
Jennings (Lawrence) -- Pitcher (Florida Marlins).
American blogger (d.2008)
American R&B singer (d. 2006)
Conductor and educator in Venezuelan-English
Choe, North Korea; gymnast (Olympic-1980).
American fiddler (Cherish The Ladies)
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
American pro-basketball player, he was a professional basketball player for 12 seasons. He started his career in Atlanta in 1985. At the conclusion of 1998, he retired from professional-basketball.
English snooker player, sportscaster
NBA guard (Minnesota Timberwolves).
Texas, USA; rock drummer. (Nelson – "Love and Affection")
Beverly -- NHL left-wing (New Jersey Devils).
American voice actor
American mandolin player and singer-songwriter
Lidkoping, Sweden -- Tennis star
Engineer and politician from Pakistani-English
Manager and footballer from Greece
Journalist and coach of Australian footballer
Pakistani politician (d. 2014)
French suspect in homicide, mother of Gregory, four-year-old, was found bound in the river Vologne, Germany, on 10/16/1984. Later, anonymous phone calls and letters were received from the family about the crime and the mother was charged with killing her son on 7/05/1985. After having another child, she attempted suicide. The charges were not dropped until many years later, on …
American football player
Welsh-English screenwriter and journalist
French politician, vice president of the Christian Democratic Party and mayor of Montfermeil depuis juin 2002
French economist, writer and geographer.
American football player (d.2013)
Famous birthdays on July 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American model, noted family member, who was married to actor Bill Shatner on 11/15/1999. It was a loving marriage, but it was troubled. Bill filed for divorce on October 21, 1998 before reconciliation. Multiple stories in Scandal magazine about Nerine's drinking problems were repeated. Her California driving license was also suspended twice for driving while impaired. She was in a …
English field hockey player
Comedienne (SNL, Little Man Tate, Limit Up)
American screenwriter and producer of director films
French politician and high ranking government official.
Belgian race car driver, once married
American television personality
French director of ThA(c).AC/tres du Gymnase. Jeu de Paume. Grand ThA (c)AC/tre de Provence.
German TV journalist, producer and host. Jauch is well-known for his unique way of entertaining and informing people. He has won numerous awards for his appearances on German television. Jauch is also the owner of "i&u TV", which stands to Information und Unterhaltung ("information entertainment")). Jauch is well-known for making large donations from the money he receives through his appearances …
French terrorist, part of the Direct Action Group. He was made the Public Enemy No.1 of France.
American fight choreographer and martial artist
American bass player and songwriter (Twisted Sister, The Dictators).
American musician and fiddle- and bass-playing member of the Mandrell sister's band. At 15 she joined Barbara's Dorite group and toured six years. She was a part of Opry star Stu Phillips' troupe in the 1970s. She sang lead and backup with Merle Haggard.
Turkish producer and singer-songwriter
American basketball player, athlete. He played for Denver between 1975 and 1982. For the next two seasons, he played for Seattle, making a total of eight seasons. He won numerous awards during his career, including Rookie of The Year in 1975 and Most Valuable Player at the 1976 All Star Game.
American victim of homicide, she was beaten to death while she slept at her Stoneham, MA home on 9/18/1997 in the early hours of the morning.
Venezuelan-American ice hockey player
Texas, USA; country singer (Mandrell Sisters).
Brian Mulroney's Bosnian-Canadian spouse 18th Spouse to the Prime Minister of Canada
French politician who was Secretary-Delegate for Transport in the government of FranASSois Filon. He was appointed to the position on 18 May 2007.
Italian actor who has mainly worked in television productions. He is best known for his role as Ettore Ferri (the main character in the soap opera CentoVetrine).
American politician and educator
New York, USA. Actress (Denise Benson, Helen – The Practice).
American astronaut. September 1988, Discovery crew. His B.S. in Physics from Harvey Mudd College. His B.S. in Physics from Harvey Mudd College and his M.S. He received his M.S. in Physics from Harvey Mudd College, and his Ph.D. in Astronomy from the University of Washington. He joined the astronaut program in January 1978.
American astronaut and astronomer
Iowa, United States -- PhD / Astronaut (STS 41C, STS 61-C, STS-26)
Commander and politician in Hong Kong-Taiwanese, 12th President of The Republic of China
Marshallese politician, 5th President of Marshall Islands (d.2015)
New Zealand runner
Famous birthdays on July 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Peruvian journalist, writer, who has worked in many genres. Stories, novels and plays, as well as essays and poetry, he was deputy director of Caretas magazine, director Jaque and are, managing editors and director of Canal N television programs, Document One plus one ATV, and managing editor. He was the director of El Comercio's research unit and El Dominical, its …
Czechoslovakia -- Shotputter (1976 Olympics-Bronze Medalist)
French novelist, filmmaker and Professor of Auteur Cinema at European Graduate School. Her films' open treatment of sexual themes has caused controversy. Her 1976 debut film, A Real Young Girl was banned in 1999.
Norway -- Double sculls (1976 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
American producer and actress
American sports journalist
French firefighter from Upper Corsica. He was in charge of licensing inspection with Christian Fili, his colleague. The charges of manslaughter, involuntary injury and murder were filed against them, but they were dropped at the trial that began in Bastia, France, on January 1, 1995 at 2:30 pm.
Mexican-American comedian and actor. One of the comedy duo "Cheech and Chong", whose humorous counter-culture routines earned them a Grammy Award and a gold record. They have six films together, including "Up in Smoke," “Nice Dreams,” and "The Corsican Brothers".
Brazilian singer, composer and great acoustic guitarist.
From 1989 to 2007, French Member of European Parliament From 1989 to 2007, he was elected to the European Parliament on the Union for French Democracy ticket and served as a member of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe.
American basketball coach and player (d. 2015).
French flautist, who has performed solo or with famous orchestras all over the world.
United States -- Sci-fi author (Fat Face, Polyphemus)
Steubenville sports Champions
Dutch writer (Duvelsmoer)
French female general, a French military officer.
English footballer and manager (d.91)
Hungarian game designer, educator and architect invented Rubik's Cube
Actor and journalist in English
American actor. He is one of HollywoodaEURtm's most popular male stars. His role as Han Solo in the "Star Wars", "The Empire Strikes Back" and "Return of the Jedi" trilogys was made at three-year intervals beginning in 1977. He is also known for his "Indiana Jones", "Indiana Jones", and hits like "The Fugitive," Clear and Present Danger, and "Air Force …
American singer and guitarist who toured for two years with Bobby Darin's "Chad Mitchell Trio" before forming "The Byrds." in 1965. This group was the first to ever play electronic amplified folk music and created a new genre in pop-folk rock. After five years of hits, nearly all of which were original songs, the group was disbanded by the early …
(Rep-R-Washington, 1983- )
Boston, Massachusetts -- Rocker (J Geils Band Centerfold)
American singer and drummer, who was a member of the J. Geils group from 1967 to 1985. He was a boyishly handsome singer/drummer who earned a strong reputation.
French film director and actor, Francois is best known for documentaries on animals and the environment such as Microcosmos, Le Peuple migrateur, and "OcA(c).ans "...". He is the father of several sons, including actors, producers and film directors. Maxence, Maxence's youngest son, was his first role in "Les Choristes".
American CEO of K Mart and merchandising marketing executive. Antonini holds a BS degree in business, and enjoys playing golf in his spare time.
Israeli translator, songwriter, and radio and television personality.
American producer and actor
New York, USA: actor (Lady in Red and Alligator).
Actress/director (Knock on The Door)
Uruguayan politician and lawyer who was President of Uruguay between 1990 and 1995.
British-American actor. He was a trained Shakespearean thespian and is best known for his role as Captain Jean Luc Picard in Star Trek's sci-fi adventure series, 1987-1994. He was attractive and balanced and had a busy 1995. He played in "Let It Be Me" as well as a gay role on "Jeffrey." He also mounted a one-man show at The …
American author and chef (d. 2015).
American football coach and player (d. 2013).
Canadian actor and singer
Famous birthdays on July 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Admiral of South Africa (d. 2013).
Indian producer and director (d. 2009).
Italian writer. Her novels were published under the pseudonym Sveva Csati Modignani.
Dutch actress who made her big screen debut in the short film "Helden een schommelstoel" (1963), directed Frans Weisz.
Stamford, Texas -- PGA golfer (1971 Masters)
English botanist and ecologist
American black composer, singer, and bagpipe player. At seven years old, he began playing the sax and was a member of blues and folk bands as a teenager. He didn't like his work and moved to Sweden in 1962 to join a band. His first album, "My Name Is Albert Ayler", was released in January 1963. It featured classic jazz. …
American politician and athlete. He was a professional football quarterback for the San Diego Chargers. He saw little action on five teams over the next three seasons before he was traded to the Buffalo Bills in 1962. Kemp played in six AFL All Star Games over the next eight years. He was the co-founder of and president of the American …
French feminist theorist and author who wrote about the overcoming of socially enforced gender roles. She also coined the term "heterosexual contract" Her first novel was published.
Trinidadian playwright and journalist
Nobel Prize winner for Nigerian playwright and author, Nigerian poet
American family of note, second son of Dixie and Bing Crosby. He was born three minutes earlier than his brother Dennis. Both brothers served in the U.S. Army, and both were married to showgirls in 1958. All four boys were involved in a nightclub act. They all drank and groped, leading to their separation in late 1959. Their father was …
American actor, noted family, third son of Dixie and Bing Crosby. He was a twin who was born just three minutes after his brother Philip. Both boys served in U.S. Army. They both married showgirls in 1958. Denis had four children.
Russian astronaut and engineer
USSR -- Cosmonaut (Soyuz 5, 8, 10)
Manager and English footballer
Canadian journalist, writer and broadcaster (Born 1934).
Ashford, England -- Actress ("Stealing Heaven")
English screenwriter and playwright
British rugby player/playwright (Home).
French director, journalist and producer.
Italian avant-garde artist, Manzoni is best known for his ironic approach. Manzoni is best known for his series of artworks, which question the object's nature and directly predate Conceptual Art. His art uses a variety of materials including rabbit fur and human excrement, but not the usual artist's material. This allows him to "tap mythological resources" and realize genuine and …
Canadian-French author and astrophysicist
Norwegian jurist, former Chief Justice of Supreme Court (1991-2002). Oscar Smith, a Supreme Court lawyer, was his father. He was a Dean at the Faculty of Law of the University of Oslo, and later a professor of Law.
Danish composer. He studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Music, Copenhagen, and then in Paris. He was heavily influenced by the Nordic styles, Jean Sibelius and Carl Nielsen. In the 1960s NA,rgAY=rd started exploring modernist techniques in central Europe. He eventually developed a serial compositional system that was based on the "infinity sequence", which he used for his Voyage …
American actor. He is most well-known for his roles in the TV soap operas, "Another World" (TV) and "Ryan's Hope" (TV).
American basketball coach and player
Ohio, USA; actor (Hanky Panky).
American poet and author (d. 2014).
France sport Champion
France sport Champion
Israeli singer and song-writer (Born 1930).
Famous birthdays on July 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Russian gymnast (d. 2006)
American actor who rose to fame in "Hogan's Heroes", a TV series that ran from 1965 to 1971. It was a unique vehicle that revolved around the fun and games of a POW camp in Germany. He began his career as a radio announcer in 1956. He stayed at KNX for nine year, interviewing many celebrities, perfecting his delivery, and …
The Sicilian Mafiosa was the first to break the code omerta (the traditional vow of silence) in the Sicilian Mafia. Nearly 3,000 Italian police conducted a large sweep of Palermo in late 1984. They arrested 66 Mafiosa and issued warrants for 140 more. Buscetta's detailed testimony, which included a comprehensive description and details on the Mafia’s internal structure as well …
American jazz bassist
French musician and exponent of the ondes Martenot.
Conncticut (USA); actor (Colonel Hogan-Hogan's Heroes).
Swedish-American tennis player (d.2008)
French politician, lawyer, and minister of social services & health 1993. She is a survivor of Auschwitz-Birkenau, where her family was murdered. She is also the Honorary President for Fondation pour la MA(c).moire de la Shoah. In November 2008, she was elected to AcadA (c)mie de franASSaise.
American producer and production manager (d.2008)
New York, USA. Composer (In Fimi Tres).
French merchant shipping captain, maritime historian, expert in nautical antiques, author of books and novels about maritime history and the world at sea.
Italian soccer player. He passed away on the 24th of February 1999.
French film actor (Born in 1924)
He was an Italian singer who made opera debut in 1948 as a baritone at Lecce and 1951 as a tenor at Bari. He is endearing, but not exciting. His voice is warm and round, but not exceptional. He can often come across as a bit pompous when the role requires passion.
French jazz musician and bass player. In 1956, he was a member of the Claude Luter Orchestra.
French psychotherapist who died in Paris 31 March 2011
American announcer and host of a game show
American astronomer best known for his research on star formation and the history of astronomy. On 11 January 2007, he died.
French filmmaker, novelist, film critic, and literary critic. He graduated from Sorbonne, where he received degrees in law and literature. He developed the theory of camera-stylo, or camera-pen. This allows films to be moved away from traditional story-telling. His work as a director is not up to his theatrical ambitions. He is known for his 1952 work, "Crimes of Love".
Kentucky, USA; actress ("Flo, Temperature's rising").
St Didier au Mt d'Or Writer
Actress (Edge of Night).
American singer and actress (d.2011)
Canadian ice hockey player (d.2006)
Danish politician, 16th Prime Minster of Denmark
Leader of the Danish Union and 16th Prime Minister for Denmark
American academic and historian (d. 2010).
Actors on the Italian stage, television, and film stages who appeared in 46 films from 1948 to 1978.
French criminal sentenced to death and executed
France sport Champion
French rugby player. He was selected 33 times for the wing forward position in international events, and 24 times as XV captain. FranceaEUR(tm), 1960 selection.
Swedish singer and actress (d. 2007).
Austrian-American composer and conductor (d.1999)
Music publisher (Scribner)
French poet, painter, sculptor, printer, and printmaker. In 1947, Jean Messagier held his first solo show in Paris at Galerie Arc-en-Ciel. The artist was influenced by Pablo Picasso, AndrA (c) Masson and Paul Klee. He also worked as a professor at l’A%0cole nationale supA (c)rieure des Arts dA(c).coratifs in Paris from 1945 to 1949. Charles Estienne organized an exhibition at …
Philosopher dies at 75
English footballer (d. 2000)
French criminal sentenced to death, executed in Marseille at 5:35 AM on December 8, 1951.
Famous birthdays on July 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101918
Italian motor racer, world motor champion 1952-53. He was killed while driving his car in Monza, Italy, 26 May 1955.
French Catholic priest, Bishop Emeritus de Pontoise.
American painter, sculptor (d. 1988).
American illustrator and author (d. 2015).
American business executive and CEO of Koppers co.inc. Byram was married once, and has three children.
Japanese educator and author (d. 1989).
Swiss author and astrologer. In 1985, he died.
American radio broadcaster, Garroway was the first host of "Today Show" for nine years. Garroway was a low-key, casual, witty, and erudite TV personality. His tenure was filled with loyal viewers until his departure due to stress from too much work and the suicide attempt of his wife Pamela. He has been involved in various business and entertainment interests since …
Danish shipping magnate
Danish businessman (d.2012)
American screenwriter and actress (d. 2008).
Holland, Netherlands -- High Jumper (1928 Olympics-Silver Medalist)
Finnish designer and artist in textile design. Marimekko was founded by an entrepreneur in 1951. It is a well-known international fabric company that features bold prints and simple to wear clothing.
French teacher, Ph.D. in French literature and language. Mollat was a professor at the
American journalist and author (d.2008)
Dutch high jumper
Famous birthdays on July 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
French naval architect, who was a prolific figure in the field of creating racing prototypes.
Epinal Military man
American journalist and author (d. 2002).
Chicago, Illinois -- Orchestra leader (Jack Carter Show, Your Hit Parade)
Filipino military leader (d. 90)
Filipino general (d. 1990)
French painter and artist. He died in 1999.
English author and historian (d. 1983).
Yorkshire, England -- Actor (Naked Edge Canterbury Tale).
Actor, Naked Edge, dies at 66 from a heart attack
Bulldog" Walker welterweight boxing champion (1922-26).
Leading industrialist (tomato queen)
Dutch 2nd Member of Parliament (social democratic).
American clarinet player and songwriter (d. 1969).