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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on January 14th

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on January 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on January 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

  • Grant Gustin

    TV Actor

  • American twin boys, a well-known family. Their father, U.S. Rep. Mickey Leland, of Texas, was killed in a plane accident on 8/07/1989, when Alison was four months pregnant. Alison was visiting Atlanta to celebrate the M.L. holiday. King was in Atlanta to celebrate the holiday of M.L.

1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on January 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Heitz and Patrick Murphy were both American victims of an accident. Murphy and Heitz died in a fiery crash on Route 128 in Manchester MA on January 9, 2004. Murphy was driving and Heitz was the front passenger. Heitz was planning to become an auto mechanic. He wanted to help a friend who had been fixing his car. He passed …

  • Japanese actor

  • Michael Turchin

    Family Member

  • Basketball Player

  • Dominican-American jockey

  • Athlete

  • Canadian figure skater

  • American homicide victim. He was seven years old when his father, Polly Seguin, shot and killed his mother in an act of madness. It happened on 4/28/1992. While his mom's body was found near their Sudbury home, Daniel and Amy were still missing. Their bodies were discovered in Franklin pond on 6/02/1992. Their throats were then cut.

  • American football player

  • Lebanese footballer

  • American soccer player.

1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on January 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • English singer-songwriter and guitarist.

  • Brazilian exotic dancer, blonde beauty with large derriA're. Daniela entered a contest for Carla Perez's position as exotic dancer with Group "E.O." Tchan" came in second.

  • Angela Lindvall
  • American hip hop artist

  • Jordan Ladd

    American actress, Cheryl Ladd is Cheryl's daughter. Alan Ladd is her grandfather. When she began acting on television and in independent film productions, her family roots were evident. At age 2, she made her debut in a Polaroid commercial. She also played the role of her mother's child in "Charlie's Angels" at four.

  • Soccer player (FC The Hague/NEC)

  • Georgina Cates

    English actress

  • Snowboarder

  • Jennifer Dundas

    American actress, well-known family. Dundas performs primarily live on stage. Brad and Barbara Washburn, her grandparents, were notable explorers and mountain-climbers. Her grandmother was the first woman ever to climb Mt. McKinley. The Museum of Science was founded by the Washburns in Boston.

  • Norwegian skier

  • Dutch manager and footballer

  • Manager and footballer from Greece


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on January 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Dave Grohl

    American drummer, who replaced Chad Channing as drummer for Nirvana. In 1994, Cobain's suicide, Grohl created the "Foo Fighters" and played his original material. He also used his backlog of sounds to create about 15 songs. Foo, like Nirvana, mingled loud, heavy guitars and pretty melodies with pop and punk sensibilities. The tape was made by Foo, who distributed 100 …

  • Jason Bateman

    American actor who appeared in four TV series including "Silver Spoons", 1984 and "It's Your Move", 1984. At the age of 18, he made his first film, "Teenwolf Too" in 1987. Justine, his sister (born 2/19/1966), was also an actress as a child; both children continued the business as young adults. He was known to be arrogant and self-centered prima …

  • English cricketer

  • American composer and drummer (Nirvana. Foo Fighters. Them Crooked Vultures).

  • New York; actor (David Valerie, Hogan Family).

  • LL Cool J

    American actor and rapper

  • French television and radio host, Claude FranASSois, was his Godfather. He was a participant in the radio and TV show "Les Grosses TAates", which is considered the "new Jean Dutourd" because of his broad knowledge.

  • Finnish producer and bass player (Nightwish Tarot Northern Kings, Sinergy),

  • Canadian-American tennis player (d.2013)

  • American homicide, Rockland, MA. Police arrested Mark on 7/26/1997. Mark had allegedly beaten Brian to death and was now a police officer. Over the years, they shared an apartment. After finding Brian's body in Bedford's landfill, the police arrested Mark and the chief stated that Mark had confessed to the murder of his brother. Brian has no relatives and their …

  • An English politician and lawyer

  • Dutch producer and DJ

  • French MaA(r?)tre Sommelier, Member of the Technical Committee responsible for the contests of International Sommelier Association.

  • Danish singer-songwriter/guitarist (White Lion and Freak of Nature).

  • New Zealand mountaineer

  • Mountaineer / businessman


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on January 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • American multiple homicide: Five people were killed and 18 others were injured in a jammed commuter train at Garden City. He boarded the Long Island Railroad at Pennsylvania Station at 5:33 pm carrying a 9-millimeter pistol, 160 rounds of ammunition and a gun. He shot strangers as he rose to the top of the moving train.

  • American family of note, the ancestor to one of America's oldest families. People started calling her "the Mayflower Madam" after her story was published. She was the founder of and manager for an exclusive Escort Service, which provided top-quality prostitutes to wealthy clients. She was fined $5,000 and arrested in 1984 for running the Escort Service. She co-wrote "Mayflower Madam" …

  • Maureen Dowd

    American columnist, New York Times award-winning columnist. Her analysis of the Bush family, and her cartoons of George W. Bush are funny and witty. In 1999, Dowd was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in distinguished commentary.

  • Ex-Prime Minister of Romania

  • Madam / autohr (Mayflower Madam)

  • French Catholic priestman, Bishop of Belley-Ars, since 15 June 2012. He was previously Bishop of Moulins for nine years.

  • French Catholic priest who served as Bishop of Havre from 2011 to 2014.

  • rocker (BT Express – "Here Comes the Express")

  • Indian religious leader scholar and author

  • Dutch actor, director, and writer

  • American screenwriter and author

  • Finnish film director.

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on January 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • American politician and educator, 73rd Governor North Carolina

  • Canadian snooker player (d.2003)

  • Canadian snookers player

  • American author and historian

  • British serial killer. He was perhaps the most prolific in England, with around 200 victims between 9/21/1984 and 6/24/1998 when he was captured. Shipman, a caring doctor in Hyde, was married with four children. He was convicted on 1/31/2000 of the murder of 15 elderly patients he treated with morphine between 1995 and 1998.

  • Howard Carpendale

    South-African-born singer of German-language Schlager song.

  • Football Player

  • British ballet dancer, and veteran ballet administrator. She served as the Australian Ballet's artistic director from 1983 to 1996, and is still the longest-serving director. She was a professional dancer for twenty years in Europe and the United Kingdom. Gielgud was the director of the Royal Danish Ballet from 1997 to 1999. She was the Houston Ballet's artistic associate until …

  • Vonetta McGee
  • Dutch conductor

  • Icelandic painter

  • Icelandic painter and educator

  • American youth evangelist, who preached the Bible Belt for fifteen years starting as an adolescent. In 1971, he became an actor playing himself in "Marjoe." He was also cast in B-films and small TV roles after his role in "Marjoe." Gortner produced "When You Comein' Back, Red Ryder?" 1978.

  • French business executive and president of Louis Delhaize (a Belgian retail group that manages hypermarkets and food stores),

  • American journalist

  • German TV presenter and architect.

  • Australia; PGA golfer (1977 Heritage).

  • Julian Bond

    American politician, educator, and TV commentator. He was the Georgia State Representative 1967-1974 and State Senator 1975-1978. He was elected chairman of the NAACP in February 1998. This organization raised $50 million through a fund-raising campaign. He wants to give new life to the half-million-member group, which has been subject to complaints from the youth that it is not relevant.

  • German opera singer

1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on January 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • American pro-astrologer since 1979. He was raised in a musical family and was a musician during his youth. In 1966, he joined Wall Street as an underwriter of insurance and was transferred to San Francisco. He began studying astrology while he was there. He left the business world in 1979 to become a professional astrologer for Marin County.

  • Guamanian politician and businessman 1st Lieutenant Governor Guam

  • American singer and actor, best known for his performances in clubs and small theater productions. He was the voice of the "Love Boat" theme and was a well-known singer in the 1960s, best known for his hits "Wives and Lovers", and "Lollipops & Roses".

  • American producer and pianist (d. 2015).

  • California, USA; singer (The Love Boat Theme).

  • Japanese journalist and politician, 79th Prime Minster of Japan

  • Giorgia Moll

    Italian film actress.

  • American singer "Thread the Needle".

  • USSR -- 500m Kayak (1964, 1968, 72 Olympics - Gold Medalist).

  • Texas, USA; PGA golfer (1989 Greater Grand Rapids).

  • German FR, equestrian dressage (1984 Olympics - Gold Medalist)

  • German equestrian who won six gold medals and two bronze medals indressage during the Summer Olympics aEUR", a record for equestrian events. From 1960 to 1988, he was a part of six Olympic Games (except 1980).

  • Canadian/american philosopher and author. She is a former wife and mother to two children.

  • American entertainment executive who was married to actress Lorraine Gary and is also well-known for discovering Steven Spielberg.

  • Businessman

  • Canadian alpine skier

  • French tennis player who achieved his highest singles ranking, World No. 8, in 1963. In 1958 and 1964, he was also among the top 10 globally.

  • Richard Briers

    British supporting actor, seen in film and TV comedy roles. He also appeared on stage in Shakespeare productions. He was first seen in the 1955 RADA production of Hamlet. After that, he moved on to TV comedy roles. In April 1975 through June 1978, he hit his stride in "The Good Life." He then followed that up with "Ever Decreasing …

  • Argentine racing driver (d. 1977)

  • Argentinian race car driver (d. 1977)

  • Caterina Valente

    French-born Italian singer and dancer, actress.

  • French novelist and writer. His work includes "Le Sud", for which he was awarded the 1962 Femina Prize. He also won the "Immobile Das le Courant du Fleuve" award, which he received the Medicis Prize in 1994. Berger, an English graduate, was literary director at the Editions Grasset since 1980 and literary critic at Le Monde in 1966.

  • Australian politician and lawyer (d. 2009).

  • English academic and biologist

  • American military. He was the 39th Marine from the United States to be awarded the Medal of Honor for his heroism during the Korean War. He was awarded the highest military decoration in the nation for his heroic actions for valor during the "RenoVegas" fighting of Feb 1953. Murphy died 6 April 2007.

  • French track and field champion, French runner. Alain Porthault and Yves Camus ran the 4x100 meter relay at Helsinki in 1952. He also participated in the relay at the 1956 Melbourne games.

  • France sport Champion

  • Canadian-English composer and trumpet player (Azimuth), (d. 2014).

1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on January 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • American jazz musician. He was a clarinetist, tenor, and soprano player as well as a singer. He was also a record producer, and wrote liner notes to album covers.

  • Swedish poet and songwriter (d.2007)

  • German-English biologist and academic

  • American photographer and author (d.1984)

  • American choreographer and dancer (d. 2008).

  • Yukio Mishima

    Japanese writer, prolific in short stories, novels, and essays. His most famous work was "The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With The Sea", 1963. Mishima Yukio was post-war Japan's most prominent writer. He resolutely reflected Japan's conflict between traditional Japanese ways of living and Westernization. Life magazine called him the "Japon Hemingway".

  • Orangina was founded by Orangina, a businessman and engineer of Algerian-French descent (d. 2013).

  • Italian politician, senator 1972. Member of the European Council.

  • Canadian baritone (Born in 1925)

  • American ballerina (d.2012)

  • French entrepreneur and owner of the casino group that bears his name. He was born into a small rural family and was selected by his uncle, who was no longer living to manage the casinos. Lucien transformed the group into a highly successful agglomeration of luxury hotels, restaurants and casinos.

  • American mountaineer and author

  • Duchess of Wellington (d.2010)

  • Italian politician Christian Democrat held several ministerial positions in government. He was married once.


1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on January 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • Italian politician, Prime Minister seven times, High-ranking Minister to Most of Italy's 50-odd Governments since WW II. Close acquaintance with five Popes and American presidents Eisenhower to Bush.

  • American soldier journalist and television personality (d.2011)

  • French actress (Priez pour nous), dies at 75

  • American musician, flugelhorn and trumpet player. He was also the bandleader of the 1968 "Greatest Jazz Band".

  • Fremont Military man

  • Colombier-Chételot Journalist

  • American producer of game shows Family Feud (d. 1992), and The Price Is Right (1992).

  • French journalist, novelist and reporter. He was a reporter at LaEUR(tm)Intransigeant, 1934-'36, columnist at LaEUR(tm)Aurore, Le Figaro and editorial writer for Nouveau Candide.

  • Mauvezin physician

  • Marseille physician

  • Norwegian midwife. She is a pioneer in Norwegian midwifery. She was a pioneer in the dissemination of sex information to future midwives, married and unmarried women. She traveled the country to speak about sex education, contraception and other topics at a time in which these topics were taboo.

  • der Velden composer.

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on January 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • American film director and theater director. After studying medicine at school, he moved into theater direction. He won an Oscar in 1945 for "A Gun in his Hand", a short film. Many of his films had clear social commentary.

  • Wisconsin, United States -- Director (Damned, Accident)

  • English-American actress

  • Limoges EXecutives

  • French-Canadian politician (d. 1985)

  • Canadian politician and lawyer (d. 1985).

  • British neurochemist (Aspects learning and memory).

  • French filmmaker, writer, lecturer and adventurer. He died in Paris, 14 September 1980.

  • Japanese politician, 67th Prime Minister Japan (d. 1995).

  • British-American photographer, stage and Oscar-winning filmmaker designer, author. He is best known for his photographs of celebrities, society, and film stars. He was also once the official photographer to Queen Elizabeth II. He was also a diarist and author, often adding text to his photographs.

  • French officer and colonel, also known as "nez de cuir", a politician.

  • American journalist and author (d. 1997).

  • Canadian ice hockey coach and player (d. 1939).

  • Bebe Daniels

    American actress who was awarded the Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian U.S. honor, for her patriotic service during WW II. She was raised by a family of touring theatre companies and began appearing in plays at the age of four. She made her film debut at the age of nine and continued to play short roles while she was …

  • French academician and chemist, who died in Paris 24 May 1992.

  • Philippine General/diplomat / Jurist

  • Polish-American mathematician, philosopher (d. 1983).

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