List of celebrities and famous people who were born on March 13th
Famous birthdays on March 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102014
Famous birthdays on March 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002001
Infineon is the spin-off of Siemens' semiconductor business unit. On the same day, there was a dual listing in Frankfurt (Germany) and New York (New York).
Famous birthdays on March 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
American-South Korean singer (U-KISS)
World Music Singer
Vietnamese chess player
Australian rugby player
Famous birthdays on March 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
English journalist, TV presenter, model, and fashion icon; second daughter of Bob Geldof, Paula Yates. Fifi Trixibelle Geldof, Pixie Geldof, and Tiger Lily Hutchence Geldof are her sisters.
French stage and film actor, member of the ComA(c)die-FranASSaise. He was awarded the Cesar award in 2012 for being the most promising actor. He won a Cesar award for best actor and the "Patrick Dewaere prize" in 2014. In March 2015, he left the ComA(c)die-FranASSaise.
Spanish motorcycle racer (d.2015)
American race car driver
Norwegian saxophonist (Mopti)
Microsoft Corporation shares, a worldwide company known for its personal computer software.
Brazilian football player
English producer and DJ
Belgian tennis player
Turkish basketball player
Australian rugby player
American basketball player
New Zealand rugby player
American singer and actress
American actress and model
Scottish snooker player
Famous birthdays on March 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Venezuelan-American baseball player
American musician (Bloodhound Gang).
American football player
Physics Professor and Scholar
Singer-songwriter and actress from Hong Kong
American singer-songwriter and keyboard player (The Get Up Kids Ledermouth Coalesce, Reggie, and the Full Effect).
American rapper and basketball player
American homicide: A 27-year-old factory worker from Lake Elsinore in Southern CA was killed. He had made an appeal to the almost-six-year-old girl by telling her that he was looking for his dog. He grabbed her and kicked and screamed, before dragging her away on 7/15/2002. The child's naked, bruised body was found lying on the roadside, strangled and attacked. …
American screenwriter and producer of actor actors
in Saint Louis; NHL right wing (Colorado Avalanche).
Swedish tennis player: ATP Tour
Colorado; lightweight judoka (Olympics-1996).
Sweden; tennis star (1991 Wimbledon junior boys).
American basketball coach and player
Miss USA-Maryland (1997)
American singer and songwriter (Disturbed).
American rapper (Goodie Mob and The Lumberjacks)
Lithuanian basketball coach and player
French sailor, professional skipper.
American hip hop recording artist, actor, and poet from Chicago, Illinois. Common debuted in 1992 with the album Can I Borrow a Dollar? and maintained a significant underground following into the late 1990s, after which he gained notable mainstream success through his work with the Soulquarians. In 2011, Common launched Think Common Entertainment, his own record label imprint, and, in …
WLAF linebacker (London Monarchs).
WLAF running back (London Monarchs).
NFL tight end (New York Giants).
NFL tight end (New Orleans Saints).
NFL quarterback (Tampa Bay Buccaneers).
Georgia, USA; Miss Georgia-America (1996).
Indiana, USA; 400 metre hurdler.
American author and satirist
Actress (Heather-Mr Belvedere)
NFL wide receiver/Kick returner (Chicago Bears).
Australian 100 metre/200 metre (Olympics-1996).
Romanian triple jumper
Changsha, China -- Tennis star (1995 Futures-Austin TX)
WLAF kicker / punter (Frankfurt Galaxy)
London Monarchs, Baltimore Ravens
Professional French road bike racer. He was a professional cyclist from 1994 to 2009. His highest finish was 16th in 2009.
Italian water polo player who won a bronze medal at the Atlanta Olympics 7/28/1996.
American scout with the Los Angeles Kings Hockey Team, who was a former Boston University hockey player in the early 1990s.
American producer and director
Famous birthdays on March 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Saskatchewan, Canada; NHL Center (Washington Capitals).
Dutch passenger in a plane accident near Tripoli. He was killed along with his wife Trudy (Gertruda), who was born 21 July 1968 and his son Enzo (7/7 1998).
Jamaican drug lord
Japanese professional wrestler
Italian athlete, he crossed Australia on a bicycle from 2/21 to 3/26/1999.
New York, USA. Actor (Manhattan Project).
Canadian comedian and TV host, seen on WTN TV's standup comedy program "She's so Funny."
Colombian footballer (d. 1994)
Roger Schmidt, a German football manager and former player was born 13 March 1967.
Ice hockey defenseman (Finland, Olympics - 1998)
Mexican drug lord, known as El Majadero or El OrejA3n. He was the leader of the Gulf Cartel (a drug trafficking organisation). He is the brother to former leaders of the Gulf Cartel, Mario, Osiel CA!rdenas Guillen. Homero was a member of the Gulf Cartel during the late 1990s under the guidance of his brothers. After several years of government …
Tennis star in Denmark
American baseball player
French jockey who won 70 obstacles races. Winner of the 1999 Lauriers de laEUR (tm)obstacle race.
American musician (Ratos de Porao)
Louisiana, USA; infielder (Texas Rangers).
Brazilian singer-songwriter (Ratos de PorAPSo)
Belarusian race walker
Argentinian pianist and singer-songwriter
American homicide: the killing of at least two people. Clark beat a man and made the key witness to the crime silent. She then married her husband, but she was unable to testify against him. After pleading guilty, he was sentenced to seven years imprisonment. He also divorced the victim to the murder.
American homicide. He shot and stabbed his wife Pamela once, leaving her body at the Lexington dump on 8/15/1986. He was arrested in Jacksonville, FL, 11/16/1986.
NFL wide receiver (Denver Broncos).
New South Wales, Australia. Field hockey forward (Olympics 1996).
American composer and trumpet player
Turkish poet and author (d.2011)
Italian television presenter.
Canadian filmmaker, whose films often deal with gay themes. He is an instructor of film-related studies at York University.
American basketball player, who played for the San Antonio Spurs one season in 1982.
Famous birthdays on March 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
French comedian and actor. He is the son of an American theater seamstress, of Armenian descent, and was born to an Antillean father. The band "Les Inconnus" is composed of Didier Bourdon and Bernard Campan, as well as Pascal LA(c).gitimus. They released a new film in 2014 together.
Socialite-Hilton Hotels, mother to Nicky Hilton & Paris Hilton
Italian politician, Member of Parliament and Minister in Amato’s Government. In 2000, he made headlines when he declared publicly that he was bisexual.
American screenwriter. She produced a dramatic film of half an hour that she showed at UCLA's Women's Film Festival on 3/08/1992. In January 1993, Susan married Dirk Matheson.
Lazio; American politician (Representative-Republican-New York).
French comedian, radio and television. Known for his phone hoaxes.
American composer and conductor (d.2003)
French film director and actor. Artus de Penguern, an actor in over 30 feature films and dozens TV movies, was also a director on films such as aEURoeClinique de l'amouraEUR. This 2012 film, in which he plays an unscrupulous doctor, was his second.
American banker and businessman
English academic and political scientist
New York, USA, actress (Colleen McMurphy, China Beach, Exit to Eden).
Croatian guitarist and singer (BuldoA 3/4 Er)
USSR -- Pentathlete (1980 Olympics, Silver Medalist).
Manager and footballer from Italy
Connecticut, USA; actress (Dick Tracy Making Mr Right).
Engfer; general manager (Hyatt Regency-Orlando).
French politician and Minister of Culture, RDDV is often called. He is a member the UMP center-right party and the grandson of Henri Donnedieu de Vabres.
Toronto, Ontario -- Comedienne (SNL, SCTV, Club Paradise)
Baroness Amos Guyanese politician Secretary of State International Development
American actress and producer (d.2012)
French lawyer, freemason, grand master at 'Le Grand Orient de France (2005-2008).
California, USA; actress (Ransom and Demon, 40 Carats).
Lafayette, Georgia -- PGA golfer (Western 1978, Kemper 1978)
Welsh judge and lawyer
French official, the Inspector General for Cultural Affairs. He was also the director of music, dancing, and performing at Ministry of Culture and Communication.
Georgia, USA; PGA golfer (Western 1978, Kemper 1978).
German composer and educator
Missouri, USA; actor
American Astrologer, Editor and Publisher of Star*Tech 1987. He is also an author, researcher.
Florida, USA; actor ("Homicide, Water Engine")
Hungarian/British/Australian boxer (European Champion 1971).
Famous birthdays on March 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American actresses and sopranos
French sailor, based at Le Havre, has participated in many races on the English Channel, mostly alone.
Canadian palaeontologist, curator and museum director who founded the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology (Drumheller, Alberta) and is now a professor at University of Alberta in Edmonton. He was the director of Canada-China Dinosaur Project in the 1980s. This project was the first cooperative palaeontological partnership between China and the West since 1920's Central Asiatic Expeditions. He is the principal …
Japanese race car driver (d. 1974)
New Zealand politician and lawyer 12th Chief Justice of New Zealand
French victim of homicide. She was shot along with her daughters, 5/13/1992 at 3:50 pm, Toulouse. Lysian, her husband and psychiatrist, then shot and killed herself.
Peruvian beauty queen, model and winner of Miss Peru 1968. He also represented Peru at Miss Universe in the same year.
English teacher and ballerina
Swiss cellist and pediatrician
Belgian dancer, choreographer.
French journalist, photographer, reporter and environmentalist. He was born into a prominent family of jewellers. He was an actor who played alongside Michelle Morgan. He has been a part of the "Fondation Charac" since 2008. He is also known for his doumentaries, such as "Vu du ciel", or "Home", and his ecologistic actions. He was invited by Thierry Sabine on …
Greek-born Italian actress, comedian and politician.
Israeli soldier and Entebbe rescue command commander (Born 1946).
French screenwriter. Decoin began his career as a journalist. His first book, The Trial Love, was published at twenty-five years of age. He will follow this with twenty titles, including John L’enfer, where he received the Prix Goncourt in 1977.
Russian mathematician, academic
Baron Burns English academic and economist
French film director and screenwriter. He is one of the most respected post-New Wave French film director. His elegant and emotional films often explore the complexities and human condition in an unsentimental manner. This can be seen in his two most popular films, My Favorite Season (1993), and Wild Reeds (1994).
Writer/director (Scene of the Crime Rendez-Vous).
American author (Born 1898)
American singer (d. 2014)
American singer (real name John Larkin) (d. 1999)
Dutch politician and economist
American engineer and computer scientist
Actor and TV presenter in English
American record producer
American Ph.D. microbiologist working in a Los Angeles lab. Her I.Q. is high and she is also a linguist. She has received awards since childhood in Latin, French, and English.
An Australian journalist and educator, Negus was also a private secretary, press secretary, and speech writer for Senator John McDonnell. Negus was back to daily journalism in 1974 with the Financial Review. He moved to TV in June 1975 with ABC's This Day Tonight. Between 1976 and 1977, he was the only political correspondent for Canberra. Later, he moved to …
Popular Palestinian poet and writer of prose (d.2008)
Author and academic American environmentalist (d. 2001).
English actor and choreographer
Austrian-American Astrologer Haloli, who had a practice of international dimensions and a professional practice, died September 11, 2004, at 8:00 pm at her Washington, D.C. home.
Famous birthdays on March 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
She began her career in radio France-Inter as Jacques Chancel's assistant in the 60's. Then she presented "Les Rendez-Vous du Dimanche" on TF1 channel. She is a specialist in classical music and is also a pianist.
French Track and Field champion, who was awarded the Olympic gold medal for the 4X100m relay at Tokyo in 1964, and Mexico City 1968.
English fashion designer
Educator / midwife
American singer (Born 1938)
Michael Checkland English broadcaster
Animation voice (Donald Duck)
English screenwriter and author
American Emmy-winning actor, writer, producer, photographer, director and cartoonist.
Connellsville, Pennsylvania -- Denver University actor
Aemrican administrator and former Associate Director at O.M.B. The Brown Group is a prominent shoemaker and fabric manufacturing company. Bridgewater holds an AB, LLB, and MBA from Harvard.
American screenwriter and author
German academic and author (d. 2009).
Moroccan economist and sociologist (d. 2014)
American merchandise marketer and open-minded CEO at A.T. Cross. Boss holds a BS degree, and in his spare time enjoys platform tennis, squash, and sailing.
American producer and songwriter
Italian contractor and builder involved in scandal over some Milan public buildings.
German Astrologer with Dutch roots. His family immigrated to Germany when he was 5 1/2 years old. He developed the "multiple direction" method of prognostication, which he began to use in the 1960s. He was busy in business and finished his research only after his retirement in 1993. His life's work in multiple directions was published as "Astro'Pur" in 1998. …
Berlin, Germany -- Actor / director / writer (Solo Sunday)
Baron Borrie English politician and lawyer
Massachusetts, USA; mezzo-soprano (Grimgerde - Die Walkuere).
French actor, producer, writer and father of actor Didier Cauchy.
American trumpet player (d. 1979).
Hockey star (3-time James Norris winner).
Famous birthdays on March 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
American CEO of Dauphin deposit, a BBA and MBA holder. King is a cautious and close-to-home man who now enjoys fishing.
American actor (d. 2012).
Spanish-born French composer, author, and singer. He was also an actor on television, film, and theater.
American illustrator and author (d. 1984).
Dutch Antillean poet
American interior designer and art collector (d.2005)
St Omer physician
President of Honduras (d.2003)
Honduran politician and lawyer President of Honduras (d.2003)
Politiker of the Liberal Party of Honduras and President of Honduras between January 27, 1994 and January 27, 1998.
American wildlife biologist, who was President of The Wildlife Society from 1989 to 1990. He received its prestigious Aldo Leopold Award for 1996. He was the author of more than 130 scientific papers and 13 book chapters. He died 19 March 2012.
Dominican activist and lawyer, as well as one of the victims of Rafael Leonidas Trujillo, the Dominican dictator.
California, USA; softball pitcher. Hall of Fame 1973
East German author and second spouse of East German playwright Heiner MA 1/2 ller
Italian champion cyclist.
American jazz drummer, bandleader and composer, Haynes is an American jazz musician. His illustrious career spans many generations. Haynes has performed with many greats, including Charlie Parker, Sarah Vaughn and Eric Dolphy, Thelonious Monk and Pat Metheny, as well as Chick Corea, Chick Corea, Chick Corea, and Pat Metheny.
65th Postmaster General United States (d. 1989).
A Greek military officer was involved in the Greek military coup.
American politician 65th United States Postmaster General (d. 1989)
France sport Champion
American military. Camm was an Army lieutenant general, and a veteran of three wars.
Comic strip cartoonist / illustrator (MAD Magazine)
American businessman founded Comcast (d.2015)
Der Elst Flemish attorney/Member to Parliament (Volksunie).
Famous birthdays on March 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101918
NFL halfback (Chicago Bears).
Abdellan US official (health services).
French diplomat who served as ambassador to Congo Brazzaville (1965-1968), Cambodia (68-1973), Poland (1973-1977), and Japan (1977-1979).
Russian author and philosopher (d. 2013).
Chicago, Illinois -- Orchestra leader ( Show)
French writer, journalist, literary critic, writer and essayist.
American political family. Third son of Franklin, Eleanor. He was an investment banker and was the only Republican among the brothers who never ran for public office.
American politician and educator, 5th United States Ambassador at the Holy See (d.2013)
American Astrologer and a Theosophist, she was born in 1956. She was active in AFA since 1968 and served as chief hostess at the 1976 and 1978 AFA conventions.
French teacher. He was a teacher from 1938 to 1941 and the Curator of National Library 1941-1946. Alfred Sauvy recruited him to help develop the opinions poll inquiries at the National Institute of Demographic Studies. He then became responsible for the psychosociological department of I.N.E.D. 1964. Girard, who was Professor at Paris University since 1964, was also the author of …
Amerada Hess is an American entrepreneur who is also the CEO of Amerada Hess. Amerada Hess is an exploration and production oil company. Hess owns the N.Y. Jet football club, but he is still very private.
American siderealist, American Astrologer. He was the author of "Beginner's Manual of Sidereal Astrology".
Canadian playwright and author (d. 1998).
Scottish engineer who contributed to our understanding of thermodynamics, condensation, and combustion. Silver was instrumental in the creation of better methods to de-mineralize salt water. He held the position as Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Glasgow University between 1966 and 1979. Silver died in Montrose, Scotland on March 21, 1997.
American politician, 13th Director for Central Intelligence (d.87)
Russian playwright and author (d. 2009).
Greek actor (Born 1913).
Outstanding Peruvian composer, one of the top 10 Peruvian Creole music creators.
German theatre scholar and Rector of Higher School of Theatre Leipzig 1961-1969. He died in Glienicke/Nordbahn on the 19th of June 2002.
French actor, director, and producer of television. His best-known work is "La Piste aux A(c)toiles", which was published in 1954-1978.
American science fiction author, founder of Scientology
American engineer, entrepreneur and prolific writer of science fiction, who founded the Church of Scientology, in 1954. His book "Dianetics, The Modern Science of Mental Health", which was a bestseller, sold millions of copies.
Turkish journalist and author (d. 1973).
American saxophonist, songwriter, and bandleader (d. 1987).
Famous birthdays on March 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Russian actress and ballerina who was one of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo's Baby Ballerinas. She was discovered in Paris by George Balanchine during the 1930s. She was a part of Le Beau Danube (1924), Jeux d'enfants (32), and Les PrAsages (1933), as well as in Bronislava Njinska's Les Cent Baisers (1935).
Mayor of London (1967-1968).
American entrepreneur who built a publishing empire. Annenberg was known for being an autocrat, and he kept a tight grip on all aspects of his business. Annenberg was outspoken and critical but he was a generous philanthropist who gave billions to charity and endedowed two top journalism schools. He was elegant, conservative, and well-dressed and was a gracious host.
New York; actor (Top Secret USA, Deadline).
Romanian writer and historian of religions (d. 1986).
German scientist,astrophysicist and professor who conducted research in plasma physics and solar wind among other related topics. He was a faculty member at many universities and published "Cosmic gas Dynamics" in 1973. His work earned him the Bruce Award in 1967, and the Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society (April 1974).
DeSoto (Missouri) -- Actor (JohnBeverly Hillbillies).
Teacher / historian
Estonian footballer and ice hockey star (d. 1947).
France sport Champion
American hurdler (d. 1972).
La Roche sur Yon physician
Japanese super-centenarian (d. 2016)
French stigmatic and mystic. She was the sixth child in a family of peasant farmers. She was severely ill throughout her adult life. In her twenties, she was paralyzed, disabled, and confined to bed. She lived seven decades with only wafers, and hardly ever drank or slept.
French manufacturer and entrepreneur; he was unsuccessful in his campaign for election in 1969.
German painter and sculpture (d. 1975).
Egyptian singer-songwriter (d. 1991)
Germany Military man
Dobbs Ferry, New York -- Actor (Rifleman)
Nobel Prize laureate in Literature from Greece, diplomat and poet (d. 1971).
The Nobel Prize for Literature was awarded to a Greek essayist, poet, and diplomat in 1963.
Hungarian footballer (d. 1981)