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

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on September 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010

  • American daughter of a prominent mother, January Jones is best known for her role as Don Draper’s wife in "Mad Men."

2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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

  • British child, and a well-known family member, was the first child of musician Liam Gallagher and actor Patsy Kennett. After his 31-year old mother gave birth at home, the child arrived a month before she expected.

  • TV Actress


1989 - 1980

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


1979 - 1970

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

  • Travis Knight

    American basketball player: Center, Celtics

  • Canadian football player

  • American rapper

  • Italian homicide: She and Michele murdered their baby in a Satanic ritual on 9/12/1994 to get rid of her possession by the devil. They were both sentenced to death for their homicide.

  • Manager and footballer from Italy

  • She was a French athlete who ran the 100M race in ten seconds. 73 (women european record since 1998). In 2003, she won a gold medal at the world with the 4X100M relay from France. Christine was married to Dan Philibert, a french hurdler. They have a son named Ethan. On 16 December 2012, he retired from sports. Cassandre is …

  • Actress and singer from Hong Kong

  • Kelly Chen
  • American accident victim who was killed when his car struck a vehicle in Sandwich, Massachusetts, on Easter Sunday, April 23, 2000. Monica MullalyaEUR(tm), 24, was driving the car that crashed into their car and then pushed them into a vehicle in front. Paula, his wife, was also killed, and their two children, who were seated in the back, were both …

  • English fashion designer

  • Croatia -- Tennis star (1994 Wimbledon finalist)

  • American model. She and her twin are models for Coors beer ads. Their careers began as dancers. They performed in "Your Big Break", a Dick Clark production, in September 1999. Their success is attributed to their older sister, who drove them to dance classes as children. They were able to tour Europe with the ScorpionsaEUR(tm), as backup singers/dancers, after graduating …

  • American model who is also a model for Coors beer advertisements. They started their careers as dancers in September 1999, when they performed in "Your Big Break", a Dick Clark production. Their success is attributed to their older sister, who drove them to dance classes as children. They were able to tour Europe with the ScorpionsaEUR(tm), as backup singers/dancers, after …

  • Linda and Paul McCartney's daughter.


1969 - 1960

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

  • He is an English rock drummer, well-known for being an unofficial member of The Who, the English rock band with which he has recorded and performed since 1994. He is also the third drummer who has appeared with Oasis, an English rock band. He has worked with many other musicians, including Johnny Marr, Paul Weller and The Icicle Works.

  • American poker player and author

  • Comedian

  • Son of The Beatles' Ringo Stern; drummer.

  • Soccer player (NAC)

  • American journalist, author and talk show host.

  • French twins, and well-known chefs at Jardin des Sens, a highly-rated restaurant that has been given three Michelin stars. Each brother had his own cooking style, but they eventually opened their restaurant together in 1988. They were awarded their first Michelin star in 1998, with the second one coming a year later. Their third star was awarded to them in …

  • Greek journalist and politician

  • South African-English cricketer

  • Russian boxer (d. 2013)

  • American notable family, daughter of Mickey Rooney's wife Barbara Thomason Rooney. Her mother, and Milosevic, her mom's lover were just two years old when she was killed in her Hollywood home. They were staying with their grandmother.

  • American musician who was the lead guitarist for the hard rock band Metallica, and later with Megadeth.

  • Japanese guitarist and singer (Zeni Geva, Absolut Null Punkt).

  • Illinois Republican Congressman

  • American singer-songwriter

  • Rock Singer


1959 - 1950

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

  • Professional road racing cyclist from Scotland, who won the King of the Mountains competition at the 1984 Tour de France. He finished fourth overall. Millar was the first English-speaking rider to win the Mountains classification of the Tour de France. This was the first win by a British rider in a major Tour classification. It was also the highest Tour …

  • Polish conductor

  • Japanese actor and singer (Anzenchitai).

  • Actor and comedian from England

  • French restaurateur and chef who opened the most expensive restaurant New York City in June 2000. Dinner for two at the Essex House can easily cost more than $500, if you include a good wine. The tables are not turned over during the evening. Instead, the customer purchases elegance and luxury as well as leisure to enjoy the evening. Both …

  • American comedian, actress, motivational speaker, as well as a consultant in disability and diversity.

  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Vocalist (Sister Sledge - We are Family)

  • American ice skater. He was part of the Gold-medal winning team that included Michael Seibert. They were also three times national champions. They won a number of prizes before they were awarded a shocking fourth place in the 1982 World Competition. Although their ice dance is the most well-known event at world championships, it requires precision and skill. They aimed …

  • American sidereal professional astrologer. He started his practice in 1975 and continued to work full-time pro until 1988. He holds a Ph.D. from Counseling Psychology. He has also studied both Eastern and Western astrology. Harness is Director of the Institute of Vedic Astrology, Sedona, Arizona. He is also the author of "The Nakshatras - The Lunar Mansions of Vedic Astrology," …

  • 4th Baron Moynihan English rower, politician Minister for Sport & the Olympics

  • American composer and guitarist

  • Taryn Power

    American actress, Linda Christian was the daughter of Tyrone Power, and Linda Christian. She was only two years old when her parents divorced, and seven when she moved to Rome. She was sent to English Boarding schools as an adolescent to study English after her mom divorced. At age 15, she was already an actress and starred in "Maria," a …

  • Iyanla Vanzant

    TV Show Host

  • American homicide victim. He was stabbed to death using a pen knife at 3:00 PM on a North Carolina college campus. After that, he was dragged 15 feet behind trees to hide his identity and was raped. The killer was never located.

  • He was an American actor, clown, and twin. In the Broadway musical "Seussical", he played the Cat in the Hat. He has appeared in movies as a clown, actor and with Bill Irwin, including the 1992 film "Lorenzo's Oil."

  • Lynn Harris

    American hermaphrodite. She was born as an intrasexual fully functional with both penis and vagina. As a young girl, his mom raised him and he was a child actress and dancer. He appeared in a few movies. He is slim and has the hips of an adult woman.

  • American mountaineer

  • Polish politician and lawyer, 8th Prime Minister of Poland

  • French-born American chef

  • Manager and English footballer

1949 - 1940

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

  • American actress, 4' 11", and portly. She began her career as a jazz-blues shouter tradition singer. In the early '70s she sang in New York cabarets as well as off-Broadway reviews. Her first Broadway hit was "Ain't Misbehavin'." Based on Fats Waller's music, the show won a Tony Award in 1978.

  • Clyde Kusatsu
  • Alabama, USA; actress (Nell-Gimme a Break Lobo).

  • French chef-sommelier, French restaurateur. Tan Dinh is a Vietnamese restaurant in Paris.

  • Belgian critic, actor, writer and cream pie flinger. His 1998 attack on Microsoft CEO Bill Gates by his group in Brussels gained him international attention. They plied the software magnate in cream pies. Godin said that after bombarding Gates with cream pies, "My work has been done here."

  • Belgian humorist

  • Swedish-Estonian journalist, politician (d. 2002).

  • Jacqueline Bisset

    English actor and producer

  • American producer and bass player (Chicago), singer-songwriter

  • Scottish guitarist (Stone the Crows), (d. 1972).

  • Piccadilly Gardens, designed by Japanese architects and academics

  • American ecclesiastic, Roman Catholic Bishop. His sex-and lawsuit scandal decimated local parishes and shattered the serenity among California Catholics. After admitting that he had a sexual relationship consensual with a priest, he resigned as head of Santa Rosa Diocese in California on 7/22/1999. The lawsuit claims that the bishop denied sexually assaulting Father Jorge Hume Salas. The bishop also denied …

  • Turkey's 10th President

  • Costa Rican politician who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize

  • American journalist, playwright, teacher, and author. He was a Time magazine columnist for many years. He is currently an instructor at Stony Brook Southampton.

  • Costa Rican politician, Nobel Prize laureate for Costa Rica

  • Australian businessman

1939 - 1930

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

  • Richard Kiel

    American giant (2.18m) actor. Screenwriter, producer, and screenwriter. He is well-known for his role as the steel-toothed Jaws, in James Bond's movie "The Spy Who Loved Me" (1964), and for his appearance in "The Wild Wild West" (1965).

  • American photographer

  • American soprano and educator (d.93)

  • Michigan, USA; actor (James Bond antagonisty).

  • The US presidential press secretary.

  • French business leader, Schneider Electric CEO from 1999 to 2005, and currently Chairman of Supervisory Board.

  • Neil Kinnock, a Scottish politician, was elected as the Labour Party's leader.

  • American baseball pitcher. He was one of the most consistent and successful pitchers in his 20-season major league career. He won over 197 games and lost 239 games, with an earned run average 2.99. He was awarded the Cy Young Award in both American and National Leagues. Perry is one of only 14 major league pitchers to have won more …

  • Norwegian artist who specializes in graphics and sketches. He has been an artist and contributed to many public decorations and book illustrations. He taught drawing and graphics and was the rector of the Norwegian National Academy of Fine Arts from 1983 to 1984. Since 1984, he has been awarded artist's grants by the Norwegian government.

  • American animator producer and director co-founded Sullivan Bluth Studios, and Fox Animation Studios

  • Italian neo-Nazi

  • Italian fascist fighter and founder of the National Avanguard. VelerioBorghese was his collaborator in a failed coup; he fled to Spain and South America, then finally found and captured in Italy. Because he is so small, his nickname is "Caccola".

  • American actor

  • American motorcycle officer, who was on duty in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was struck by a dump truck and died.

  • American actor

  • American actress. She was a well-known villainess and a popular soap star in the 1960s. From her 1960 sensational debut, she starred for 20 years in "As The World Turns".

  • Australian activist and businessman (d. 1977).

  • American bass player (Booker T. and the M.G. 's)

  • Composer

  • For more than 30 years, the Glasgow criminal godfather has been a Scottish citizen. Thompson grew up in harsh circumstances and eventually established his own business empire. Thompson managed to maintain a good reputation, with very few flaws. He also avoided the law as he was attracted to celebrities and those in the top echelon.

  • United States -- 1500m freestyle swimmer (1948 Olympics-Gold Medalist)

  • Scientist

  • Baron Gavron English publisher, philanthropist (d.2015)

1929 - 1920

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

  • Greek soldier and politician 175th Prime Minster of Greece (d.2010)

  • Italian actress and beauty queen, Miss Italy was her second place finisher. She passed away on February 13, 2009.

  • American academic and economist (d. 2012).

  • Canadian ice hockey coach and manager

  • American soldier and politician (d.2012)

  • American theoretical physicist, and expert on arms control. He is a Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC), professor emeritus, and senior fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. Drell is an acknowledged contributor to the fields quantum electrodynamics, particle physics and other areas. DrellaEUR"Yan's process is partly named after him. He was co-author of the textbook "Relativistic Quantum Mechanics", with James Bjorken. …

  • Mel Tormé

    American actor and singer (d. 1999).

  • Illinois, USA: Jazz singer "Velvet Fog", (Jet Set Night Court).

  • American singer (d. 1999)

  • French senior civil servant and president of the National Institute of Controlled Appellations. This French organization is responsible for regulating French agricultural products that have Protected Designations of Origin. It is part of the Ministry of Agriculture and is controlled by France.

  • American businessman (d. 2014.)

  • French classical composer, best known for his Oscar-winning film scores for "Lawrence of Arabia" (1962), "Dr. Zhivago", 1965, and "A Passage to India", 1984. Jarre was educated at Paris Conservatoire and worked as a musical director at the Theatre National Populaire in Paris. He also wrote music for the concert hall before he began his association with the cinema. Jarre …

  • Scott Brady

    American actor. He was the brother to Lawrence Tierney. Both were actors and alcoholics. Scott was bisexual.

  • American actor (d. 2012).

  • Australian Tenor, Aboriginal activist (d. 1976).

  • New York, USA; actor (China Syndrome, Gremlins, Johnny Guitar).

  • Portuguese poet. She was a beautiful, young woman who was considered the most beautiful in Lisbon in her 20s and 30s. Her first book, "The Great Adventures of a Small Hero", was published in 1945. After that, she began to write in adult categories: poetry, novels, and plays. Her "Romantic Sonnets" collection of poems is widely regarded as one of …

  • French actor, son of Paul Deschamps (1888-1974), and uncle to the French stage director JA(c).rA'me Deschamps. He died 29 December 1998.

  • French photographer (d. 1999).

  • Italian singer and actor who was a specialist in singing songs in the Neapolitan language. His most well-known songs were probably "Guaglione", which he recorded in 1956. "A pizza" was composed by Bruno Martelli and Alberto Testa, both from the 1966 Naples song festival.

  • French journalist and photographer (d. 1999).

  • Zoila, stage name Emperatriz del Castillo, Peruvian Soprano of International Success in the Fifties, is best known for her unique vocal which covered a little over four octaves. She was not only admired for her exoticism and beauty, but she also claimed to be a princess (A+sta) from the Inca Atahualpa. He is the only Peruvian to have his name …

  • He is considered the father of canariedad in Puerto Rico, and America. Due to the high number of Puerto Ricans with that origin, it was difficult for him to twin canaries and boricuas. He created travel between Puerto Rico and the Canaries. He established contact between Puerto Rican families and the Canary Islands.

  • American singer and pianist (d.1999)

  • American lawyer and jurist (d.2013)

  • American Marine, American military who was killed in combat during World War II. Posthumously, he was awarded the Medal of Honor in recognition of his brave actions at Bougainville's first combat day. He was killed on the 1st of November 1943.

  • actress (Wilma-The Californians).

  • French naval officer and Lieutenant, who served in World War II as well as in Indochina. He died April 1946.

  • Danish-American journalist and author (d. 2012.)

1919 - 1910

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

  • Dick Haymes

    Argentinean-American singer. He started his career as a radio announcer, band singer and occasional film extra. He was a successful recording artist and nightclub owner in the early 1940s. However, he didn't do as well in film.

  • Third child of an American family. Daughter of Joseph Kennedy and Rose Kennedy.

  • American singer-songwriter/conductor (d. 2015).

  • British writer, short story writer and pilot. His books have been sold more than 200 million times worldwide.

  • British jewel thief. He robbed Cartiers in London, December 1937, of rings worth 16,824 pounds. He was arrested and sentenced for three years. He wrote "Mayfair Boy," an autobiography based on his experiences.

  • Lynne Carver

    American actress who starred in 42 films between 1934-1953.

  • Scottish mathematician and physicist, as well as educator and writer. Gunn was an Astronomy and Physics professor at the University of Glasgow. He published papers in scientific journals on mathematical physics. Queen Elizabeth II made him a knight.

  • American educator and English professor, who was well-known for his sense of humor. His Ph.D. dissertation was on George Eliot. He loved music and was an accomplished pianist and organist. He was the son a doctor who gave him Xrays to treat his ringworm at 10 years old. His blood pressure was high from the age of 11. He had …

  • Norwegian resistance member, engineer and founder of a business. He was part of the Norwegian resistance movement during the German occupation in Norway, 1940. He worked with Helmer H. Dahl and Odd Dahl to wiretap German forces. Simonsen was caught by the Gestapo and taken into UllevAY=l Hospital. He was released after escaping. He fled to the United Kingdom and …

  • Missouri, United States -- Actor. (Police Chief-My Favorite Martian).

  • Lilliers Military man


1909 - 1900

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

  • Belgian/French film and stage actress. Between 1932 and 1980, she appeared in numerous films. She was 80 years old when she died in 1989.

  • Mae Questel

    American singer and actress

  • Dutch politician, minister and agriculturist; important wwii illegal labor during german occupation; worked for prison camp victims. He was married once and had four children.

  • American saxophonist (d. 41)

  • American screen and stage actresses (d. 1954).

  • Norwegian journalist and later tourist manager for Oslo for over 40 years. Her contribution to the tradition of the Trafalgar square Christmas tree is well-known. This was a gift from Oslo to Londoners in appreciation of their support during World War II.

  • Italy sport Champion

  • Brive la Gaillarde Military man

  • Claudette Colbert

    French-American actress, on the stage and in more than 50 movies. She studied fashion design and art in her early years of school. After a few roles on the stage, she decided to pursue a career in modeling. She signed a contract with Paramount after six years of performing in legitimate theater. This contract lasted for 14 years. She was …

  • German screenwriter, director, playwright, and actor.

  • Paris, France -- Actress (Texas Lady).

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