List of celebrities and famous people who were born on December 14th
Famous birthdays on December 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102014
Famous birthdays on December 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002009
Australian child of a prominent family member, the son and daughter of former Democrats leader, Senator Natasha Stott–Despoja and her husband Ian Smith. He is their first child.
American child of well-known parents. The son of Liv Tyler, an American actress, and Royston Langdon (a British musician from the band Spacehog).
Famous birthdays on December 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
The Bosnia Treaty of Paris (14.12.) This was the next step after the Dayton Treaty, which was signed 21 november earlier.
The twins of Rob Moss, a filmmaker, were born April 6, 1950, in Houston, TX. Jean Pendleton Kendall was born September 7, 1948, in Houston, TX. The data for parents are taken from the birth certificates of girls.
The son of Vera Fischer, a Brazilian noted family, and Philip Camargo was born with 2,8kg, and 49cm, respectively.
Uzbekistani tennis player
Japanese singer and actress
Famous birthdays on December 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
South Korean singer (SHINee), musical actor and TV host
American actress and singer
Hudgens, American actress and singer.
American football player
Hungarian porn actress
South Korean gamer
Professional lacrosse player
Actor and singer from England
American baseball player
American professional wrestler
Thai actress and singer
Famous birthdays on December 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
British soccer (football), star and celebrity with a soccer clip, sports paraphernalia and product endorsements to his name and a 2004 autobiography. Since he was a child, he played soccer and signed his first professional contract with the Liverpool Team at 17. His first professional goal was a turning point in his career. His quick footwork and fearless performance as …
Australian singer, actress, and model
Estonian ice hockey player
Swiss tennis player
O-Zone is a Moldovan-Romanian singer/producer
Canadian ice hockey player
Australian coach and footballer
American victim of homicide, she and her 9-month-old daughter were found dead at their Hopkinton, MA home on January 22nd 2006. Police were called to the Entwistle house on the evening of 21st because friends arrived for a dinner party but no one showed up. Police checked the house first and found nothing. However, they discovered that the bodies were …
Moldovan singer (O-Zone)
American wrestler (d. 2012).
English rugby player and coach
Indiana; actress (New Mickey Mouse Club).
Soap Opera Actress
American bounty hunter
Portuguese race car driver
French-born German rugby player
Portuguese racing driver
American rock singer
American basketball player. He was a guard who played for the Seattle Supersonics between 1997 and 1999.
Garden City, New York -- Baseball pitcher (1996 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
American actress (d. 2001).
Irish television presenter
German javelin thrower
Lithuanian basketball coach and player
Belgian actress, most famous for her role as the Belgian film star
American baseball coach and player
End tight (Arizona Cardinals).
American actor in musical theatre
American singer and actress
American comedian actress (Saturday Night Live).
Australian discus / shot putter (1996 Olympics)
Canada; NHL defenseman (Philadelphia Flyers).
French handball player who represented France at the 1996 Summer Olympics. The French team came 4th. He provided commentary for Canal plus handball matches after his retirement.
English guitarist and singer-songwriter
Polish producer and pianist of singer-songwriters
Famous birthdays on December 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Australia; Canadian Tour Golfer (New Zealand Open-1994).
American producer and actor
American baseball player and sportscaster
French restaurant chef.
South African artist. He resides in Cape Town. His unique approach to Art is well-known for using the phrase Naive meets Pop Art. His art is well-known in South Africa as well as internationally.
Soccer player (Go Ahead Eagles).
Canadian Football League Corner (Calgary Stampeders).
Long Beach, California -- WPVA volleyballer (US Open-13th-1995)
Scottish-born noted family, Elaine Barr, who owns a Wishaw butcher shop. Martin was raised in the business and worked alongside his dad and mom at the shop. Barr's shop was suspected in the 1996 E-coli 0157 poisoning outbreak that left 21 people dead and nearly 400 ill in Wishaw. At least 100 of those remained in serious condition. After a …
Norwegian high jumper and coach
California, USA; WPVA volleyball players (US Open-13th-1995).
Maryland, USA; actress (Trisha- Loving Fletch Lives).
42nd Prime Minister of Denmark: Danish politician and academic
American basketball player; Forward Spurs.
Swedish producer and bass player (Shotgun Messiah Dr Midnight & The Mercy Cult MDFMK KMFDM, and ohGr).
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
American basketball player: Forward, Hornets
Italian race car driver
Twin Australian boys were born to Franca Arena, Mark Umberto (7:00 PM) and Adrian Francesco (five minutes later). Photographs of the twins show them looking identical. Their mother, an Australian ex-parliamentarian of Italian descent who is a staunch anti-pedophile crusader, is identical to them. (b. 23rd August, 1937, Genoa, Italy).
Canada; NHL goalie (Team Canada Boston).
American baseball player. He is a 2nd baseman for the Houston Astros.
Connecticut, USA; super-heavyweight boxer (Olympics 1996).
Lynn, Massachusetts -- Pitcher (Texas Rangers).
Croatian manager and footballer
New York, USA. Infielder (Houston Astros).
Adelaide, South Australia -- Golfer (1990 T25 Victorian Open)
American screenwriter and actor
American passenger on American Fly.11 was able get through her cell phone and cried "Oh my God! I see buildings!" I see water!" Just before her line ended, The chilling comments she made about the plane's fate moments before it crashed into the New York World Trade Tower gave us the first details of the tragic morning of 9/11/2001.
Massachusetts, USA; pitcher (Texas Rangers).
New Zealand-Australian actress/producer
Washington DC snare; vocalist (Firehouse – "Love of a Lifetime")
Actress (Kate-Growing Pains)
American actress, former model, who has appeared in films and on television.
French fencer in the epee. 2nd place in 1995 World championships (team), Olympics Bronze Medal(team), 7/23/1996 in Atlanta, GA.
French concert pianist.
French jazz drummer and pianist.
German discus thrower
American interior designer and television personality
Lithuanian baritone, TV host and pedagogue (professor).
Vermont, USA; actress (Search for Tomorrow Youngblood).
Referee and Brazilian-American martial artist
Manager and English footballer
French model, she became TV presenter hosting "Fort Boyard" (France 2 national channel) with Patrice Laffont.
Swedish beauty queen and Miss Universe 1984. She was a former nurse and became a businesswoman in the cosmetics industry.
American actress and model
Fridley -- NHL defenseman (Ottawa Senators)
American actress in adult films
Swedish ice hockey player
American baseball player (d.2014)
Manager and sportscaster for English footballer
Famous birthdays on December 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American bodybuilder and advocate for gay rights
in Cuba; Spanish singer.
French screenwriter, comedian and TV producer. He is best known for his participation in the creation of "Les Guignols de l'info", a Canal+ show (1992-2007).
French business leader, founder, CEO and CEO of Skyrock Radio, a French radio station. He also founded skyrock.com, which is a French-language social networking site.
English rock singer (The Pogues).
Waterboys - Rainbow Warrior
California, USA. Actor (Mike – Punky Brewster. Just our Luck).
Liechtenstein -- Slalom (1980 Olympics - 2 Gold Medals)
French photographer and writer about gay people. He was the author of many novels and autobiographical studies. His contributions to changing French attitudes towards AIDS were significant. He was a friend and lover to Michel Foucault.
Perth, Western Australia -- Golfer (1987 JC Penney Mixed Teams)
German-Austrian actress. She appeared in four films directed Rainer Werner Fassbinder (The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant and Wildwechsel, Effibriest and In a Year of 13 Moons), and A Man Called Eva (19Ein Mann wie EVA 1984), as a bearded film producer based on the late Fassbinder. Her appearances in Werner Herzog's films, which she starred in with her …
American stock car racer, who was 38 years old when he was killed in a plane accident (born 1954).
Canadian astronaut and physicist
Germany; astronaut (STS 55).
Denmark; ballet dancer.
Ontario, Canada; astronaut (STS 52).
Wisconsin, USA. NASCAR racer (Winston Cup).
Author and photographer of Canadian anthropologist
Soviet-born Estonian composer
Swedish soldier and politician, 29th Swedish Minister of Defence
American professional magician from age 21 in dinner theater and clubs. Bored with college at 19, he began card tricks and spent two years practicing the profession 6-8 hours a day. He moved to L.A. in April 1979 to start work at Merlin McFly's.
A politician and lawyer from Greece, 4th Minister for National Defence
India -- Tennis player / actor (Octopussy)
Massachusetts, USA; comedian (Late Night With David Letterman).
Brazilian businessman, and well-known family member, Collor DeMello's brother. He reprimanded his brother for allegedly womanizing, corrupting and using drugs in a press interview. His brother, Collor, resigned in 1992 when he was threatened with impeachment. Teresa, Collor's beautiful wife, and their children moved to Miami to escape scandal. They lived on an allowance from his mother.
Graciela Alfano, Argentinian model/actress
American actor, saxophonist, painter, director and producer (The Lounge Lizards).
Famous Peruvian poet. His poetry is part of the generation of seventies. However, he moved away from the earliest texts of conversational discourse and adopted a unique method of recognizing originality. His childhood was spent in Collique, a rural area that was not surrounded by cities. His father, the director of the Sanatorium tisiA3logo Collique, was also his father. The …
American real estate developer, Gerald Blakeley's third son. He entered into deals that were not profitable or ended in his favor and filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy in June 1989. A month later, he filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy with $45 million of debts to 341 creditors. Racketeering and bribery were all charges against him. He also was accused of computer theft …
Italian singer-songwriter. He started his career in 1970s. His first hit was "Signora mia" in 1974. It reached the top ten on the Italian Hit Parade. He had several hits over the next ten years, mostly romantic ballads with intimate and sometimes malignant tones. In 1976, his Spanish-language version "El JardAn Prohibido", which is a Spanish-language version "Il giardino proibito", …
Essex, England -- Actress ("Virgin Witch, Allo Allo")
Famous birthdays on December 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
California, United States -- 1st baseman - error cost Red Sox 1986 World Series
Missouri, USA; actress (Critters Secret Admirer), 10.
Professional French cyclist from 1974 to 1978.
American producer and actress
Danish guitarist and producer of singer-songwriters (The Beefeaters and Collective Consciousness Society). (d. 2007).
Diplomat and politician from Australia, 9th Deputy Prime Minster of Australia
Dutch writer / TV host
Dutch television host and author (d. 2002).
Brazilian politician and economist currently serves as the 36th President. She is the first woman to hold this office. She served as the Chief of Staff to President Luiz INA!cio Lula da Silva between 2005 and 2010.
American classical guitar virtuoso and celebrity. He has made his name internationally through his recordings, concerts and television appearances. He is a specialist in Bach and Spanish masters. His virtuoso technique, profound musicianship and use of his classical guitar to create intimacy with his audience are what distinguish him.
Alan Millar, the former Head of Philosophy at University of Stirling in Scotland, is now retired. Millar earned his PhD from the University of Cambridge. He joined the department of Stirling University in 1971. His main research interests include philosophy of mind, and theory of knowledge. He also serves on the editorial board for The Philosophical Quarterly.
California, USA; guitarist (transcribed holy music).
British actress, noted family member, and sister to Andrew Birkin, writer-director who released "Blow-Up" back in 1966. She was a light-cast actress and grew to be a respected talent in France in the '90s. With Serge Gainsbourg, she had a daughter, Charlotte Gainsbourg. Charlotte became an actress.
Indian politician, second son of Indira Gandhi and grandson Jawaharlal Naehru. He was elected M.P. He was elected M.P. for six months. He also served as General Secretary of the Congress Party for just ten days. His sudden death left a gap that his mother and supporters hoped his brother Rajiv could fill. He was doing a daredevil stunt above …
American actress, first on screen at the age of 12 in 1958. She won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in 1962's "The Miracle Worker" as a child. She was cast on Broadway in the same play and lived with her agents, The Rosses. They manipulated her all through her adolescence. She was given alcohol and pills, abused and berated, …
English author and historian
German javelin thrower and politician
Michigan, USA; singer (Tony Orlando & Dawn).
North Ireland: Rock pianist (Them Coleraine).
Turkish journalist and author
New York, USA. Actress (Miracle Worker).
Actor (Honey King of Jazz, Soup To Nuts), is killed at 71
Dutch writer (Hannie Schaft)
American talent agent founded Creative Artists Agency with his wife
American tennis player, champion of the Wimbledon Men's Singles in 1972.
American singer (Tony Orlando, Dawn and Former Ladies of the Supremes).
English composer and conductor
American musician. He is a guitarist and keyboard player in top bands across Europe and the United States. He is also a record producer. In 1979, he formed the group Propeller. A twin who was born three minutes earlier than he did lived for a few more days.
American museum consultant with 19-years experience in the field. She is a member of both the Canadian and Ontario Museum Associations and the Management Marketing Association of America. She was the Public Programs Officer at Vancouver Museum since 1979.
British mortality was very short lived. Three minutes later, his twin brother Paul was born. He became a professional musician.
DFS was founded by Baron Kirkham, an English businessman.
American journalist and publisher, The American Spectator was founded by The American Spectator
New York, USA. Actor (Young Bess King and I, Her 12 Men).
English actor and director (d. 2014.)
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (The Frost) (d. 2014.
French diplomat who served as Pakistan ambassador
American artist, whose politically-engaged work is based on cartography from the early 1990s. She was active throughout her entire life in peace and women's movements. She was also a founder member of the Heresies Collective.
American academic and journalist critic (d. 2006).
American actresses and sopranos
German painter, painter, etcher and photographer.
American actor, screenwriter, singer, and musician. He plays guitar and performs in folk music.
Scottish footballer and civil servant
Famous birthdays on December 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American football player (Born 1939).
English politician and academic
American pro-astrologer, with a large following in New York City for decades. He has many famous clients. He was also a radio and television personality. He taught classes at Inner Vision as well as the Universal Spiritualist Church where he was a minister. He was also an excellent Tarot reader. He was particularly interested in mundane forecasting.
Heisman Trophy (1961), 1st Black to Win
New York, USA. Actress (Broadway Bound for Survivors).
Actress (Day of the Triffids).
Italian Catholic Theologian.
Ohio, USA; actor. (Private Benjamin. 227. Sanford and Son.
New York, USA. PhD/astronaut (STS-9 and STS-35).
NYC, New York -- PhD / Astronaut (STS 9, STS 35)
Actress (Days of Wine & Roses), is diagnosed with cancer at the age of 55
Massachusetts, USA; actress ("Days of Wine and Rose: Long Hot Summer"
Illinois, USA; actor (Horror Show and Book of Love).
American screenwriter and producer of actors (d. 2001).
Bath, England -- Actress (Search for the Nile).
Estonian screenwriter and author
Indian screenwriter and director
French rugby player nicknamed "aEURaEUR(tm), Mr. DropaEUR (tm),aEUR(tm), because he was able to master this technique to score points. He was selected in 30 international events between 1954 and 1964, winning three Five-Nations Championships (1960-61-62). He is now a retired restaurant owner in Dax and is an avid bullfighting fan.
American jazz musician who played clarinet, flute, and alto saxophone. In the late 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, he played with Dizzy Gillespie, Blue Mitchell, Johnny Coles, Kenny Burrell and Johnny Coles. He was buried in Vienna, Austria on January 4, 1991.
Wright, American saxophonist "I Left My Heart in San Francisco".
French criminal best known as the mastermind behind the "heist-of-the century" at the SociA (c)tA (c) GA(c),nA(c),rale bank in Nice on 16th July 1976. He was a former soldier in the war in Indochina and a supporter for the OAS. He is also a writer and photographer.
American Astrologer, author, columnist and counselor. She was a former actress, dancer, model and a student of astrology. She began her studies in 1957 and has written 17 books. Her appearances on television and radio are a regular. She also speaks regularly at women's clubs and industrial shows. Palmer was awarded the 1976 PAI Award, which recognizes outstanding contributions to …
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 1995).
Brooklyn, New York -- Aka Mrs Xavier Cugat / singer (Xavier Cugat Show)
Illinois, USA; actor/director (Tammy, Good Guys, Dumplings).
American executive sales manager and CEO at Boeing, the nation's largest manufacturer of commercial and military aircraft, with a large backlog (1,700). Shrontz graduated from Harvard in 1958 with a LLB degree as well as an MBA. He is calm and even-tempered and helps to keep the company's success in perspective. He enjoys skiing and pheasant hunting when he isn't …
French priest, an ecclesiastic and a Roman Catholic bishop. He was ordained on April 3, 1961. He was ordained a priest on April 3, 1961. On October 20, 1997, he died.
Born 1931, Pakistani poet, philosopher and scholar (Born 1931).
Estonian politician and director (d. 2015).
Belgium sport Champion
English geograph, anthropologist, and archaeologist (d.2013)
The 1950s to the mid-1960s were the most active years for the Italian soprano.
Famous birthdays on December 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
American manufacturing company executive.
Italy sport Champion
Russian poet, sculptor, and artist.
American actress on stage and television, and professor of college theatre arts. After studying at the Royal Academy of London, she went on to pursue a career in Broadway. Brophy was first able to break into the industry when she joined Private Lives alongside Tallulah Banhead. Later, she starred in the NBC western series Buckskin (39 episode) from 1958 to …
American football quarterback in National Football League (NFL), for the Baltimore Colts (1950), and Philadelphia Eagles (1951aEUR'1956).
Rietkerk, Dutch interior minister (VVD), (1982-86).
Dutch politician and lawyer Dutch Minister of Interior (d. 1986).
American actor and tenor (d. 1998).
American actor, singer, and composer (Born 1925).
American baseball player (d. 1971).
Indian filmmaker, producer, and director of Hindi cinema. He is also known as "The Show Man". He won two National Film Awards, nine Filmfare Awards in India and was a two-time nominee at the Palme d'Or Grand Prize at the Cannes Film Festival for Awaara (1951), and Boot Polish (1954). Time magazine ranked his performance in Awaara as one of …
Finnish poet, author of children's literature and translator into Finnish
Finland -- Cross-country skier (1956 Olympics, Gold Medalist).
Singer ("Stop the Music")
The Dutch writer known for his naturalistic realism is "Melancholia," 1951. "A Prison Song in Prose," 1967. And an autobiography. He converted to Catholicism in 1936, and also wrote about his homosexuality.
Scottish-British comedian, impressionist, and comedienne, best known for her vivid portrayals of Margaret Thatcher. At 13 years old, her first radio and stage appearances were in London. She then performed on the stage in London starting in 1945. In 1949, she started her own radio series. In 1950, she made her film debut with "Mr. Gillie." Brown, along with Peter …
New York, USA. Actor (Car Wash).
Dutch travel expert
Mexican politician who served as Secretary to Agriculture during the government of Luis Echeverria Alvarez between 1974 and 1976.
NFL halfback (Chicago Cardinals).
Italian author, librarian, translator, novelist.
Russian Nobel Prize laureate in Physics and Academics (d. 2001).
French herbal healer, raised in a family that included plant healers. He learned from his father the art of healing with nature's remedies. When his beloved dad died, he was deeply grieving. MessA(c]guA(c), although he was able to help many famous and wealthy people with his knowledge about the curative properties and plants, he also gave his time and talents …
German second-generation astrologer, the father of Ludwig Rudolph, and a member the Hamburg Uranian School. He was an industrial manager, lecturer and author as well as a bookseller and publisher. He was a strong advocate for Uranian Astrology (A. Witte) and has been the Hamburger Schule's president since 1976 (now "Astrologische Studiengesellschaft Hamburg"). He took over Witte-Verlag in 1978 and …
American trumpet player, composer, and educator (d.2015)
American writer and producer of songs and books. The most well-known of his books are a number of stories for children about Santa Mouse. Brown served many terms on the board of The Songwriters Guild of America.
Office clerk / resistance fighter
Famous birthdays on December 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American Astrologer. She co-authored "Signs and Parts In Plain English" in 1975 with her husband Press Roberts and Don Borkowski. Press is six years younger than her, and she had seven children with her.
English actor (d. 1993).
United States -- Writer (Road Through the Wall).
Indian yoga advocate
France Military man
American television executive
Indian yoga instructor and author founded Iyengar Yoga (d. 2014)
Romanian director and actor
Actor, "Riders of the Storm", dies at 75 from a heart attack
Swedish politician and author
American choreographer and dancer (d. 2004).
Hartford, Connecticut -- Actress ("Hit the Ice, Black Gold")
American Gothic novelist, also known as "Virginia Werewolf" of sA(c),ance fiction. She was a prolific and well-organized writer who kept her typewriter going day after night. In addition to her haunting fictions she also wrote funny domestic works and contributed articles to "Woman's Home Companion", "The Saturday Evening Post" in 1950s. Jackson's chilling thrillers won a huge following. She was …
Bruno Mussolini's wife, a well-known Italian family, got married 10/29/1938. They had one child together.
Tacoma, Washington -- Choral director (Jimmie Rodgers Show).
Actor/dancer (Gov Drinkwater Governor & JJ), who dies at 63
France Military man
Actor and singer from Georgian-Azerbaijani (d. 1989).
New York, actor/dancer (Governor Drinkwater Governor and JJ).
American pianist and Harpsichord Player (d. 2003).
German politician. From 1979 to 1984, he was President of the Federal Republic of Germany.
BaoPSo Aao!i's Vietnamese wife (d. 1963).
French painter and cousin to Elisas Canetti. Age 97, he died on 15 January 2012.
American actor (d. 1978).
French criminal, a thief and thug who brutally assaulted eight victims.
American physical chemist, once married, with two children.
Chicago, Illinois -- Comedian (Buddy-Dick Van Dyke Show)
Czech/British fur trader/founder (Federal Trust).
German-American engineer and physicist (d. 1998).
Italy sport Champion
Greek-Polish swimmer, water polo player (d. 1943).
Long Beach, California -- Composer.
Famous birthdays on December 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Harpist / founder Eduard of Beinumstichting
United States -- Molecular Geneticist (Nobel 1958).
Le Puy EXecutives
American geneticist and Nobel Prize laureate in Academic Genetics (d. 1975).
Surrey, England -- Actor (Judge Fulton–Persuaders).
American screenwriter and actor
American screenwriter and actor
Hungarian authoress (d. 2007)
Hungarian screenwriter and journalist (d. 2007).
Welsh rugby union footballer (d.2001)
Hove, England -- Actor. (Gentlemen Marrie Brunettes).
Paris 07 ieme Military man
Bandleader / violin
English sprinter (d. 1982)
Actress (Aunt Bea and Andy Griffith Show)
German art historian, theologian, and liturgist. Darmstadt, 15 March 1967: He died.
American singer and actress (d. 1989).
French tennis champion, and winner of Wimbledon Men's Singles in 1927 and 1929. He was 85 years old when he died in France, April 1, 1987.
Paul of Greece (d. 1964).
king of Greece (d. 1964)
King of Greece (1947-64)
French tennis player in the 1920s. She competed with Sylvie Jung, her partner in tennis, in the finals at the French women's doubles tournament in 1928.