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

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2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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

  • Sasha Grey

    American pornographic actress

  • German decathlete

  • Stephen Curry

    American professional basketball player who plays with the Golden State Warriors (NBA). Curry is 6 feet 3 inches tall (1.91 m), and weighs 190 lb (86kg). He plays the position of point guard and is widely considered to be the best NBA shooter. Curry was the 2015 NBA Most Valuable Player, as well as a two-time NBA All-Star. He is …


1979 - 1970

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

  • Rico Yan

    Philippine actor (Born 1975).

  • British/English footballer

  • Referee and English footballer


1969 - 1960

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

  • American screenwriter and director

  • American pedophile charged with repeatedly raping five boys aged 11-14 between 1994 and 1995. In October 1994, the unemployed carpente was charged with the rape of five boys between 11 and 14.

  • Spain; engineer/astronaut (STS 78 alternate, sk-95).

  • American baseball player

  • Australian cricketer and coach


1959 - 1950

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

  • French choreographer, ballet dancer, actor and actor. He is one of the most recognizable and talented figures in contemporary ballet. From 1970 to 1975, he studied at the Paris Opera Dance School. Dupond was awarded the Junior Gold medal at Varna Competition 1976 and became the most famous dancer in the world. He was a member of the Paris Opera …

  • American sportscaster and producer (d.2015)

  • American actress

  • American homicide victim. Gerald Jr. shot his father to death on October 9, 1993 at 2:30 P.M. EDT Rochester, MA. He was also killed with his daughter and wife. He was outgoing and genial.

  • French actor, musician, author, childhood friend to Xavier Dupont de LigonnA's.

  • Bruno Dumont

    French screenwriter and film director. He has directed seven feature movies, which all fall somewhere between realistic dramas and avant-garde. He has won numerous awards at Cannes Film Festival for his films.

  • Politician

  • English civil servant

  • Prince of Monaco

  • Race horse trainer

  • Romanian-Canadian javelin thrower

  • American actor, singer, and dancer, born in America. He first came to public attention in the late 1970s with the stage musical "Grease." Later, he appeared in the 1982 film "Grease II". Later, he was a part of the TV series "T. J. Hooker" from 1982 to 1985.

  • English statistician, academic

  • American singer (Asleep At the Wheel).

  • American co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream

  • American model in her 20s, and executive secretary in film studios. Lynn began her career in film studios and companies after high school. She also tried out for modeling jobs. She was a beautiful girl and had a very active social life in the 1970s. She met showbiz people and the Hollywood fast-food crowd. She took shots and pills to …

  • Country Singer

  • French jurist, specializing on constitutional law, is professor for public law at Paris Ouest Nanterre La DA (c)fense.

  • American family of note, first child of Elizabeth Ford and Gerald Ford. He was 24 years old when his father became President. He is married to three daughters and is Associate Dean of Students at Wake Forrest University.

  • American radio host and actor

1949 - 1940

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

  • Billy Crystal

    American comedian and actor, skilled mimic, major league comic who can evoke full-blown alter egos.

  • Photographer

  • Former government aide and rebel from the Philippines, he was fired in 11/1986 as Defense Minister by Corazon Azaquino. He was the leader of rebel troops that attacked the Manila presidential palace on 8/28/1987 in an attempt to overthrow the government. He was eventually captured. He was quickly released and became the most wanted fugitive of 1992. On 12/24/1992, he …

  • Belgian politician, who was Minister for Economic Affairs, Minister Finance and Deputy Prime Minster. From 2000 to 2011, he was the President of European Investment Bank (EIB).

  • British comedian, poet, and raconteur. She made her radio debut in Autumn 1974. She was a loner in school and worked tirelessly to get her work out there. Once, she distributed her own book of verse, selling 7,000 copies. She was writing in the evenings and working in an office by 1975, when she won "Opportunity knocks", a talent competition. …

  • British entertainer, known for his love songs which merged classical and popular ballads. Skellern is best known for the hit song "You're A Lady", which he released in October 1972. He was a TV scriptwriter, and in 1983 a TV talkshow host.

  • American cartoonist, creator of "Funky Winterbean."

  • American politician (Representative-Democrat-Louisiana).

  • Italian boxer who won a Gold Medal at 1964 Olympics in Tokyo.

  • American actress, singer, and dancer (d. 1994).

  • American singer guitarist and producer (Ohio Players) (d. 2013)

  • California, USA; bassist (Turtles-"Happy Together")

  • Santa Monica, California -- Bassist (Turtles Happy Together)


1939 - 1930

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

  • New Zealand golfer

  • New Zealand; PGA golfer (1963 Houston Open).

  • Swiss architect, planer and university teacher. After studying architecture at ETH ZA 1/4 ruch he went to Cairo in 1960 as an archaeologist for the Swiss Institute for Research of Ancient Egyptian Architecture. 1964aEUR79 he owned an office for urban planning and town and rural planning in ZA 1/4 wealthy, with projects throughout Europe and Africa. He was elected to …

  • France sport Champion

  • Italian politician and head of Craxi's political chancellery. He was a military affiliate and signed a new agreement. Acquaviva joined the Italian WorkersaEUR(tm), Christian Assoc in 1963. Acquaviva was a member of the Italian WorkersaEUR(tm) Christian Assoc. He then moved into politics in the Ministry of Labour department over the next ten-years. He was elected vice-presidencies' national director, and various …

  • Italian writer, ecclesiastic and Roman Catholic Archbishop in Rome. Tettamanzi was made a R.C. Tettamanzi was ordained a R.C. He has been the archbishop of Genoa since May 1995. He is also a member of the Papal Councils for the Spiritual Care of the Medical Workers, and for the Familie. Tettamanzi published an ebook in 1993.

  • American astronaut and pilot. He was the commander of Apollo 17 and the second man to walk into space. Cernan loved flying from the moment he was a child. On 11/22/1957, he became a U.S. Navy pilot. Cernan was eager to be on the NASA Apollo program's short list, as the Soviet Union space race was heating up. Three times …

  • American 15th General of The Salvation Army

  • Illinois, USA; Captain US Navy/astronaut (Gemini 9, Apollo 10, 17).

  • With Stanley Turrentine, swing / blues organist

  • Michael Caine

    British actor. He was first seen on screen in 1956, playing second leads for many years. His international popularity was established after 1965. His mild demeanour and unconcerned cockney heritage are evident. He appeared in films such as "Zulu," 1963," "Alfie", "Funeral In Berlin" and "The Man Who Would Be King". On 3/30/1987, he was nominated for the Oscar for …

  • Quincy Jones

    American musician. He was a prolific and versatile composer, arranger/conductor, instrumentalist, and conductor. He composed music for 52 films and TV shows.

  • British actor

  • Swiss politician

  • Scottish trade unionist who was General-Secretary of the Amalgamated Engineering and Electrical Union, (AEEU), and a Member of the Court of the Bank of England.

  • Italian dance hall director. In 1964, he was involved in a financial scandal, and 4 years later, he went bankrupt with his retirement hotel business. He was also sued for financial mismanagement, and was eventually sentenced. Later, he entered the show business and made a fortune with commercials. He recorded a song as a singer in 1986. He had two …

  • Italy sport Champion

  • Canadian Open-1968, New Zealand-1970).

  • Italy sport Champion


1929 - 1920

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

  • French director who directed 82 TV movies for French television between 1960 and 1980.

  • Frank Borman

    American astronaut, who was a USAF fighter pilot between 1951-1953, Assistant Professor in Thermodynamics at West Point (1957-1960) and a Test pilot at USAF Aerospace School (1960-1962). On 12/04/1965, he was Commander of Gemini 7 and Commander of Apollo 8. Borman, who was a colonel in the USAF, retired to become vice president of Eastern Airlines.

  • Indiana, USA; astronaut (Gemini 7, Apollo 8), CEO (Eastern Airlines).

  • Spanish environmentalist (d. 1980).

  • Spanish populariser environmentalist (d. 1980)

  • French actor. Between 1946 and 2004, he was in over ninety films. Lemaire was also married to Juliette GrA(c), from 1953 to 1956. On the 15th of March 2004, he committed suicide, just 77 days after his birthday.

  • Dutch editor (Truth), / Dutch politician

  • Auto racer

  • Producer of French game shows, The Crystal Maze was created and Fort Boyard was established (d. 2012).

  • American jazz musician. He is a composer and a trumpet player. Between 1947-1950, he played with Buddy Rich, Bobby Sherwood, and Dean Martin. He also led his own band, "The Quintones", from 1947-1950.

  • Costa Rican journalist, lawyer, and politician. In 1941, he graduated from the Liceo de Costa Rica and was then awarded a JD at the University of Costa Rica's Law School. He was the President of the Student Federation of the University. He was also active in politics from his student days. He was a leading figure in journalism as he …

  • American photographer. Arbus grew up in a nouveau riche family. Her father was a merchandising director and her mother owned a fur store chain. Diane, the oldest of her three children, said that she was the most intelligent and sexiest of them all. She was an intelligent private girl who was expected to behave according to her Jewish parents' high …

  • Italian economist and financier. From 1946 to 1951, he was an assistant at the University of Rome. In 1964, he was general manager of a company, and in 1975, he became President. He was elected President of Industry in 1983.

  • American basketball player, he was a pro-basketball player in the NBA from 1946 to 1973. Two months before his 60th Birthday, he died on January 1, 1983.

  • Movie Actress

  • American singer/orchestra leader/composer Born Again dies at the age of 73. He was born in 1922.

  • Author (Walking Through Time).

  • Kenneth Alexander was Professor Economics at Strathclyde University (1963aEUR'80). He was invited to give the inaugural Marlow (Scotland), Lecture to the Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders of Scotland in 1964. He chose to focus on 'Casual Labour' and 'Labour Casualties'. Alexander was invited by Labour to chair a review on the future of adult education for Scotland. The report was …

  • American cartoonist and creator of "Dennis the Menace". He was a freelance gag writer and sold his first cartoon in 1942, and his first "Dennis," in 1950. Dennis was syndicated within two years in 15 newspapers, and by 1953 it had risen to 243 papers. Dennis was featured in 750 papers across 48 countries in 1977. This brought Ketcham a …

  • Turkish screenwriter and director producer of actor (d. 2015).

  • French politician who was 'Parlementaire FranASSais (DA(c),putA(c),' from 1964 to 1998.

  • Great Britain, High Jumper (1936, 48 Olympics, Silver Medalist).

1919 - 1910

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

  • American screenwriter, playwright, and writer. He is best known for his creation of Dobie Gillis, the wild 1950's teenager. His comic voice is evident in American literature, including "Barefoot Boy With Cheek" 1943 and "The Feather Merchants" 1944. All three programs were broadcast on TV: "The Tender Trap," 1954; "Rally Round The Flag Boys,"57 and "Dobie Gillis," 1959-1962.

  • Kansas City, Missouri -- Leader of the Orchestra (Polly Bergen Show).

  • John McCallum

    He was a highly successful Australian actor in film and theatre. He was also a television producer.

  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Actor (Dear Dead Delilah, Dallas, Rituals)

  • American novelist. He is the president of a printing & engraving company. At least one of his books has been made into a movie. Rimmer was a member of the finance corp during the war years 1943-1946. He was married with two children and died on August 2, 2001 at Quincy, MA.

  • English pilot and lieutenant (d. 2013).

  • American race-car champion and a well-known driver. His grandson Kyle and his son Richard continued the family tradition. Richard, his son, became the owner of a NASCAR Winston Cup Race team. Kyle, his grandson, is a professional driver for the Winston Cup series. Adam, great-grandson, made his first appearance in Winston Cup racing at the age of 19. Lee was …

  • Bill Owen

    English actor and songwriter (d.1999)

  • Carr soldier.

  • French aviator, Chistian Martell.

  • American singer-songwriter (The Weavers and Almanac Singers). (d. 1981).

  • German Nazi Commander of Security Police, Occupied France 1940-1944

1909 - 1900

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

  • French philosopher and author of "Humanism and Terror", 1947 and "Phenomenology Of Perception", 1962. He was an Existentialist and he remained close to Sartre during the early post-war years. This association continued until disillusionment after the Korean War. He was a teacher and a professor at Lyons, Sorbonne, and Sorbonne before WW II. In 1952, he was elected to the …

  • Vincent Rapide, Vincent Black Shadow and Vincent Black Lightning were the pioneers of British motorcycles.

  • Rakov composer.

  • Vincent Motorcycles was founded by an English businessman (d. 1979).

  • South African long jumper and hurdler (d. 1977).

  • She is a supercentenarian and has been the oldest person alive in France since 28 May 2013. She left France at the age of 8 with her family. His father was an accountant in Poland. She returned to Saint-Etienne in the aftermath of the second world War. In 1971, her husband died.

  • Dijon physician

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