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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on October 13th

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on October 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on October 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

  • A Danish family legend, Helena Christensen's son was born in 1998 to her long-term relationship (from 1998 to 2003) with Norman Reedus. He was never married, despite rumors to the contrary. They were close friends and shared joint custody.

  • Instagram Star


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on October 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • An Australian swimmer who is a hopeful for the Olympic 2000 in the 100m and 200m freestyle events. He is sometimes called "Torpedo" and "Flipper", as he is a calm, confident, modest, and poised teenager. He has been swimming since he was eight years of age and still practices about 20 hours per week. Thorpe has already set several world …

  • Italian rugby player

  • English boxer

  • Norwegian footballer

  • English footballer

1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on October 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • French singer, composer and songwriter, and lead vocalist for the bands Louise Attaque, Tarmac, and "Violent Femmes". In 2009, he recorded his first solo album (including the single "Help Me").

  • The son of Princess Irene, the Dutch princess, is the Spanish husband of Prince Hugo Carlos de Bourbon­Parma. His sister, Princess Margarite, was born a minute earlier. Twins were born six weeks early by C-section.

  • American sportscaster and swimmer

  • Dutch royalty, the daughter of Princess Irene who is the daughter of Juliana and Bernhard, and her Spanish husband Prince Hugo Carlos de Bourbon-Parma. Her brother Prince Jaime Bernardo followed one minute later, twins born by C-section six weeks premature.


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on October 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • American skating champion and Olympic metal winner. Graceful and graceful, she won the Bronze Metal World Championship at the U.S. Nationals 1991. She then won a Bronze Medal for figure skate in Albertville, France, in the Olympic contention 2/21/1992 and a U.S. Detroit Figure Skating Champion

  • Cady McClain

    American actress, best known for her role in the soap opera/TV drama "As the World Turns"

  • Jackson, Michigan -- Pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays).

  • American country singer

  • WNBA center / forward (Charlotte Sting)

  • French actress on the film and stage, born to a Canadian father. She is most well-known for her role as Fais-pas ci, Faispas ASSa in the TV series "Faispas ci", which features TonquA(c.dec).

  • American baseball player who played for both the Minnesota Twins as well as the San Francisco Giants. In 1987, he received a Minnesota college diploma in Sports and Exercise Science. He was completely disabled during 1988, which led to a poor year.

  • American auto designer and fabricator

  • American murderer (d. 2004)

  • Author and academic from Jamaica.


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on October 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • American executive producer and creator of the TV series "X-Files," The first broadcast took place in Vancouver, B.C. at 21:00 PDT on 9/10/1993. It has grown from a Friday night favorite to a drama series with high ratings and critical acclaim. A 1998 X-Files feature movie was released. Rumours of a second film are circulating after the television show has …

  • Singaporean-English pianist

  • Scottish religious figure

  • American artist

  • American runner

  • French academic and historian

  • American baseball player and sportscaster

  • Israeli nuclear technician

  • French singer and musician, Gypsy Kings founder. He was adopted by a Gypsy and became their spokesperson and protector of their traditional ways. UNESCO appointed him as the international ambassador for peace.


1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on October 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • British conservative politician and Jr. Minister at the Dept. Health and Social Security. As a M.P., he was reelected at the General Election on 6/11/1987

  • Scottish producer and owner seven West End theatres. He is responsible for many major London productions over the past two decades. Mackintosh is known for being loyal to his family and friends, and very frugal ("I compare the prices when I shop in the supermarket") - despite the APS10million a year salary he earns.

  • Armenian journalist and author (d.2013)

  • Dutch singer (Neerlands Hoop)

  • Surinamese politician and general 9th President of Suriname

  • American actress and host of a game show

  • NYC, New York -- Singer (On Stage at Wolf Trap)

  • French singer and songwriter, birth name Daniel Bevilacqua. Christophe's first hit was Aline, in 1965. He is famous for "Oh Mon Amour" that he sang in French and Italian. He had many downward periods and comebacks. At times, he was plagued with alcoholism and drug abuse that took a toll on his life suffering from a nervous breakdown and depression.

  • American journalist and gifted writer, Barnicle was accused of plagiarising. The "New York Times", on 8/13/1998 published an editorial calling for his resignation. After President Clinton confessed to the nation that they had lied, Barnicle quit after 25 years of being The Globe's most successful and popular columnist. Barnicle was accused of fabricating stories and events which were not true. …

  • Sauber F1 Team was founded by a Swiss businessman

  • Actress

  • Jerry Jones

    American football player and owner of the Dallas Cowboys. Jones, a successful businessman, purchased the struggling franchise in 1989. In a span of ten year, Jones helped lead the team to six conference titles and three SuperBowl championships. Jones's genius is evident in the team's success.

  • Pamela Tiffin

    American actress. She was a movie starlet in the 1960s. Her debut film, "Summer and Smoke" (1961), is her first. Her Broadway debut was on 9/27/1966 in "Dinner at Eight".

  • American UFO researcher and owner of the largest UFO video inventory (25,000 hours) as well as tapes (6,000 hours), which he sells from his Yucaipa home. He established the UFO Audio-Video Clearing House in Yucaipa in 1990. He provides videos of alleged UFOs for TV and films.

  • American singer and song-writer, Art Garfunkel teamed up to create folk-rock music icons of 60's. They recorded songs like "The Sounds of Silence," Homeward Bound," America," "The Boxer," and "Scarborough Fair." After winning six Grammy Awards for "Bridge Over Troubled Water", the troubled duo split in 1970. Simon won several Grammy's in 1986 for "Graceland" after a slump in early …

  • Canadian broadcast journalist and environmental activist who co-founded "Greenpeace" and led the campaign to ban commercial whaling. Many newspapers and magazines have published his advocacy columns.


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on October 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • Novelist

  • Austrian actress.

  • He was an American pitcher and baseball player. His first major league game was September 8, 1956, with the Baltimore Orioles. He was transferred to Los Angeles Angels after two seasons and then to the Washington Senators to play his final games. He retired from the sport on September 25, 1963, and became an auto products sales manager.

  • Jim McMullan

    Long Beach, New York -- Actor (Dr McDaniel Ben Casey).

  • French actor. His most well-known films include

  • American writer and photographer. First child. Since 1962, freelance photographer and writer. He is a colorist with marine life as his main interest.

  • The 14th U.S. government appointee. The U.S. Permanent Representative under President Jimmy Carter. McHenry was raised by a single mother in the black ghetto. He was known as "the Professor" as a child. He joined the State Department 1963-1973 after graduating from university. He was appointed Deputy Rep to U.N. Security Council in 1977 and sent to Angola, 1978. McHenry …

  • New York, USA. Actor (Boys in the Band Angel).

  • New York, USA: Actor, who starred in hundreds TV and film films. The Incredible Shrinking Woman and Downhill Racer were among the films. McGyver, DoogieHowser, The Six Millon Dollar Man Hart to Hart, Hart to Hart and The A-Team are guest stars. Bay Watch is also available.

  • Scottish publisher / banker / multi-millionaire

  • Jack Colvin

    American actor (d. 2005).

  • American jazz musician, drummer, and vibraphone player. He was the fourth child.

  • French-Italian actress and dancer, singer, and dancer, well-known for her performances with Brando, Presley...

  • France sport Champion

  • American baseball legend with the Milwaukee Braves. He gave them a "fearsome" home run punch. Matthews and Hank Aaron were instrumental in leading Milwaukee to its first World Series title. He is also considered one of the greatest third basemen in baseball. On 18 February 2001, he died from complications of pneumonia in La Jolla (California).

  • Texarkana sports Champions

  • Hall of Fame/Milwaukee Braves/homerun hitter (512), (dies 2001).


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on October 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • Margaret Thatcher

    British politician who was the first female Prime Minister in the United Kingdom. She was also one of the most powerful women of the twentieth century.

  • Lenny Bruce

    American comedian who was known for his satirical and controversial topics. He changed the face of standup comedy. In 1963, he wrote a fictionalized autobiography called "How to Talk Dirty & Influence People". He was once married to a drug addict and stripper, and they had one child together before he divorced. On 8/03/1966, he died from a heroin overdose …

  • Danish singer-songwriter (d. 1979)

  • American writer (Subject was Roses).

  • Norwegian actress and singer. She was selected to represent Norway at the 7th Eurovision Song Contest in 1962 with her song "Kom sol kom regn" ("Come Sun, Come Rain") Jacobsen was joint 10th among 16 competing songs.

  • English actor (Born in 1923)

  • Dutch soccer star (Xerxes / Fortuna / Inter Milan)

  • Businessman

  • American producer and screenwriter (d. 1994).

  • Italian singer, actor, dancer, and mime. Montand, known as the "Frank Sinatra of France", was a matinee idol who embodied Gallic charm and sex appeal over more than 40 years. His films include "The Wages of Fear" 1953. He was followed by "La Guerre Est Finie," 1969, "Grand Prix," 1966, and "The Confession," 1970. He was considered an unofficial ambassador …

  • Argentinean psychiatrist who created family therapy. He also co-created structural therapy with Carl Whitaker. This is a treatment that addresses the whole social unit and not just the individual. His five books, "Family Kaleidoscope", are considered the standard in family psychiatry. He is an outstanding master of his field. He is an engaging professor of Psychology at Penn and a …

  • Boston, Massachusetts -- Leader of the Orchestra (NBC Follies).

  • American actor and songwriter born in Germany (Born 1920).

  • American actress, and former Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer contract star.

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  • American actress, and former Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer contract star.

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on October 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • French politician and industrialist, he was the French ambassador to Japan between 1964-1966 and the Minister for Youth and Sports up until the 1968 Paris uprising. Married once and had eight children.

  • Toulon Politician

  • Sri Lankan academic and zoologist (d.2010)

  • Robert Walker

    American actor who made his film debut in 1943's "Bataan", followed by "Since You Went Away" and "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo" 1944. He was somewhat constricted by his appealing image of a boy-next door throughout his career. He was actually an alcoholic and schizophrenic and was convicted for drunk driving. He spent a considerable amount of time in a mental …

  • Major General of the American Military

  • American actor (d. 1951).

  • Dublin, Ireland -- Actor (King Lear Exorcist).

  • Laraine Day
  • American entertainer and creator of the popular puppet show "Kukla Fran Ollie". Kukla was first created in 1936, but the characters were most well-known in the late 1940s and 1950s when they appeared on television.

  • American patriarch of Osmond family (Born 1917).

  • American astrologer who joined AFA in September 1977.

  • Dutch baritone (Great Broadcast Chorus)

  • American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers during one season in 1945.

  • French officer in the military, who specializes in intelligence information.

  • Ivancice Moravia (Czech Republic) -- Composer (4 Impressions).

  • French historian and professor of literature.

  • Slovak-American actor, producer, and screenwriter (d. 1989).

  • Slovak-American actor, producer, and screenwriter (d. 1989).

  • Paterson, New Jersey -- Pianist (Dinah Shore Show)

  • St-Mihiel Military man

  • Ashok Kumar

    Singer and producer from India (d. 2001).

  • Albanian poet and author (d. 38)

  • Norwegian ceramist, educator, and non-fiction writer. In Oslo, he ran a ceramics workshop with Margrethe von den Lippe. Many of their works were coproductions. From 1939 to 1975, he was a lecturer at the Norwegian National Academy of Craft and Art Industry.


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on October 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • American jazz pianist who also studied accordion, guitar, violin, and piano. In the 1920s, he formed a small group and did most of the club work in the Toledo area. He was a member of several bands and did club work as well as being a D.J. He lived in New York for two years, before moving back to the …

  • American author and illustrator (d. 2001)

  • Roosevelt, Utah -- Political cartoonist

  • American cartoonist (d. 2001).

  • A French general, a French military officer, was awarded the title of Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English, Companion to the Liberation).

  • Romanian football manager and midfielder (Born in 1905)

  • French Catholic Archbishop, who was killed on 28 January 1983.

  • French motion picture director. He was the first husband of Simone Signoret, 1948-1951. Marc Allegret is his brother. After working as an assistant director, he directed his first feature in 1940. He rose to prominence in film noir after World War II, especially in films starring Signoret.

  • American baseball player (Born in 1905)

  • French film director (d. 1987).

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