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2009 - 2000

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

  • British family, the daughter and director Sacha Gervasi and Spice Girl Geri Haliwell. Before she was born, the couple broke up.

  • Gwyneth Paltrow, an American actress, and Chris Martin, a British musician from Cold Play, are her parents.


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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

  • American computer programmer and Internet entrepreneur. He is most well-known as the co-founder of Facebook, where he is also chairman and chief executive.

  • English singer-songwriter and TV presenter (The Xtra Factor). After finishing second in the sixth series in 2009 of The X Factor, Murs rose to stardom. Murs had sold more than 10 million records around the world as of December 2014. His autobiography "Happy Days," published in October 2012, was his autobiography.

  • Jr., Australian Rules Footballer

  • Amber Tamblyn

    American actress, daughter of Russ Tamblyn, actor-dancer. She was a student at a drama school, and she began acting when she was 5. At the age of 10, she appeared in "Pippi Longstocking," and in 1994, made her first film. In addition to that, she played Emily in "General Hospital", a TV soap opera. This role lasted seven years. In

  • Mexican singer-songwriter producer and actress (RBD)

  • Slovenian basketball player

  • English singer

  • English beatboxer

  • Musician

  • Japanese swimmer

  • American adopted child, homicide victim. Beaten to death 11/02/1987 by her adoptive father. Joel Steinberg, an attorney in New York, adopted her. 5/25/41) and HeddyNussbaum (b. 8/08 42), his 17-year-old common-law spouse. Steinberg, a bright and articulate first grader, was repeatedly beaten to death by Steinberg. Travis Smigiel was another child adopted in 1986. However, neither the adoption nor Travis …

  • SixthSense was invented by an Indian computer scientist


1979 - 1970

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

  • Martine McCutcheon

    British actress. She was a soap star in the UK, playing Tiffany. Before she quit the show in 1999, she moved into singing and stage work. Soon, she was seen on the news more than on television or stage. Martine took to the stage at LondonA1s West End recently, not content with her flourishing pop career. After her performance in …

  • American bass player (AFI The Force, The Frisk).

  • American baseball coach and player

  • Trenton, New Jersey -- Lightweight boxer (1996 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)


1969 - 1960

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

  • Cate Blanchett

    Actress from Australia. She has won critical acclaim as well as many awards, including three Screen Actors Guild Awards and three Golden Globe Awards. The Australian government has awarded Blanchett the Centenary Medal of Service to Australian Society. In 2012, she was made Chevalier of Order of Arts and Letters. She was awarded a Doctor of Letters from Macquarie University …

  • French equestrian Rocket M., winner of the Bronze Medal in show jumping at Atlanta on August 4, 1996, was the French winner.

  • American singer who was part of "New Kids On The Block" with Jon, Jordan Knight, McIntyre, Wahlberg and McIntyre. The group's 1986 debut album, New Kids On The Block, failed to make it big. However, their second album, Hangin' Tough, made them a major player on the music scene in 1988. They became the first group of teens to achieve …

  • German race driver and TV personality

  • Massachusetts, USA; rocker (New Kids - "Lovin' You Forever").

  • Businesswoman

  • Irish author

  • NFL wide receiver (Philadelphia Eagles).

  • Puerto Rico; infielder (Seattle Mariners).

  • English radio and television host

  • Austrian communication technician. In 1998, she kidnapped Natascha Kampusch, 10, and held her captive for eight years. She then committed suicide.

  • British astrologer and editor of "The Traditional Astrologer", a subscription-based magazine founded in 1993. It is also a publisher of rare and out of print Astrological texts and a graphic designer. Houlding is an expert in traditional and horary astrology and is a consultant. Houlding has appeared on TV and written for popular media. She is often commissioned by others …

  • Danny Huston

    Italian-American actor and director

  • American actor and guitarist (Poison and Samantha 7).

  • New Zealand professional golfer on the PGA Tour

  • British musician, and a well-known family, is the son of John Dankworth (and Cleo Laine). After graduating in Boston from college in 1978, Alec joined his parents for an American tour, 1980-1983, as he completed his apprenticeship. He had established his own solid reputation both on the Atlantic and Atlantic sides by 1990. He joined the Generation Band to continue …

  • Irish tenor (The Irish Tenors).

  • New Zealand; Australasia golfer.

1959 - 1950

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

  • New Zealand entertainers and twins. They are both gay and musicians, song-writers and entertainers who switch from country-western to satire, male to female identities on the stage.

  • New Zealand twin, gay singer and song-writer. Jools and her sister Jools are song-writers and musicians. They can switch between different styles of songs and identities on stage and TV.

  • Estonian actor and director

  • Dutch runner

  • American journalist and author

  • German writer

  • American crime case. A former real-estate developer was convicted of hiring a hitman to murder him in May 1998. He took Marianne Lewis, his wife, to dinner on the 21st of May 1989 to celebrate her 35th Birthday (two days earlier). They were walking to their car after dinner when a driver plowed through the garage and ran her over. …

  • King of Cambodia

  • Ontario, Canada; rock vocalist/guitarist (Red Rider).

  • Upland, Pennsylvania -- Prone rifle (1996 Olympics- 8th Place).

  • Welsh politician

  • American film director

  • Robert Zemeckis

    American film director

  • Scottish-American musician, who was the leader of and guitarist for the groundbreaking rock band "The Talking Heads." Since the late 1970s, the band has been a fan favorite. Videos that feature Byrne in surreal and bizarre settings are both serious and casual. His face and demeanor sometimes remind me of Norman Bates' "Psycho" character.

  • Secretary of State for Defence in Scotland: Scottish politician


1949 - 1940

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

  • French football manager and defender who played at Nantes (1997aEUR”2001) and Real Sociedad (2202aEUR”2004).

  • An English politician and lawyer Lord Lieutenant of Oxfordshire

  • French homicide: A prison chaplain was strangled to death and tied up in Paris on 7/11/04. Dominique Szymczak Mouton was sentenced for his murder.

  • Baseball pitcher (New York Yankees).

  • New Jersey, USA, actor (Last Resort Wizards and Warriors).

  • French equestrian, Olympic medalist. She was awarded a silver medal for show jumping at the 1964 Summer Olympics, Tokyo, and the 1968 Summer Olympics, Mexico City.

  • British rugby league footballer

  • Israeli footballer, president of Maccabi Haifa

  • English actress

  • George Lucas

    American filmmaker, writer, producer, and film genius. He is the man behind the epic "Star Wars", which was first released in 1977. The sequels to it were "The Empire Strikes Back" and "The Return of the Jedi" both in 1980. Since he was a teenager, the space fantasy had been brewing in his head and it finally came to fruition …

  • Francesca Annis

    London, England -- Actress (Madame Bovary and Dune).

  • Francesca Annis

    London, England -- Actress (Madame Bovary and Dune).

  • French business leader, Acting President at Agence France Presse

  • Ottawa, Ontario -- Rock bassist / vocalist (Fotomaker, Rascals)

  • A Scottish adventurer and a solo, all-round yachtsman. His first public appearance was when he and his pal crossed the Atlantic in an open boat. He is an adventurous, restless man with a thirst to challenge and adventure. His personality is unpredictable and he travels through highs and lows. He is constantly battling the sea. Holder and Stroughton wrote biographies …

  • British Soldier, VC recipient (d. 1982)

  • Hungarian CEO and executive in charge of Genetics Institute (a drug manufacturing company). Schmergel graduated from Harvard with a BSME and MBA degrees. He enjoys riding his bike and swimming, and chess.

  • English colonel Victoria Cross recipient (d. 1982)

  • Sir George Mathewson is most well-known for transforming The Royal Bank of Scotland, a struggling regional bank, into a quasi global bank that has parallels to Citigroup and HSBC.

1939 - 1930

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

  • American professional astrologer. She started her career in politics and moved to astrology during the 1980s. She was active in many organizations and wrote for their publications. On November 28, 2005, she died from cancer in Warner Robins (GA).

  • English academic and pediatrician

  • Bobby Darin

    American singer, actor and recording artist. His song "Mack The Knife", which reached No. Billboard's pop singles chart remained at No. 1 for nine weeks. His career included Sinatra-like singing and folk protest. His role in "Captain Newman M.D." was nominated for an Oscar. He starred in "Captain Newman, M.D." as one of three comedy roles with Sandra Dee.

  • Waheeda Rehman

    Indian actress

  • American guitarist and singer

  • VCY America was founded by an American radio host and clergyman (d. 2015).

  • Italian actress who first made film appearance in 1955's "Un palco all'opera", directed by Siro Marcellini. Various film roles followed. She was Ugo TognazziaEUR (tm)'s lover in 1967's comedy "Il fischio al naso". Bettoia and Tognazzi were married in 1972. Maria Sole Tognazzi, the film director, was their daughter. Franca's final film, "Teste rasate", (1993), is a drama about skinheads …

  • Alexandre Jardin, a French writer and father of Alexandre Jardin. His novels include "Toupie in Rage", 1972, and "Vichy Boyhood - an Inside View on the PA(c),tain Regime," 1975.

  • Welsh actress

  • American electric blues, Texas and jazz blues tenorsaxophonist who recorded and performed with Little Richard in 1950s. He also supported other musicians.

  • American artist and painter, living in New Mexico. His landscapes are primarily painted in oils. In 1956, he received his bachelor's degree as a fine artist and in 1961, he earned an advanced degree. While he worked as an interior designer, he expanded his artistic expression to include ceramics and furniture-making. He began painting in 1965 and moved to New …

  • American screenwriter and magazine free-lance. She is a Buddhist and has experienced an out-of body experience, Kundalini events, and ghostly experiences. Holland is married with one child.

  • He is an American painter and artist who depicts daily life. He paints realistic scenes mostly of San Francisco and the surrounding areas, using photographs.

  • American artist and illustrator

  • American record producer. He is best known for his work in Nashville with artists like Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash and Leonard Cohen.

  • Chilean politician and civil servant (d.2013)


1929 - 1920

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

  • Canadian hockey goalie, who won the Vezina trophy two times and the Calder trophy. Between 1952 and 1974, he played for the New York Rangers and Montreal Canadiens.

  • British actor, straight man to Benny Hill (d.2006)

  • Canadian-American author (d. 2013)

  • Canadian ice hockey player (Born 1929).

  • In USSR; International Chess Grandmaster (1964).

  • Argentinean revolutionary who led guerrilla organizations with Fidel Castro to spread communism throughout South America and Africa. As an egalitarian hero of communism, he has been immortalized through posters, books, and plays.

  • ChA(c)lons sur Marne Politician

  • Bazouges EXecutives

  • A Belgian geneticist was awarded the Franqui Prize for 1975.

  • Eric Morecambe

    British comedian for over 40 years, who died on 5/28/1984. In 1998, a book was published about the comic partnership of Wise and Morecambe. They met at the same audition in spring 1939. In 1940, they appeared on the same program "Youth Takes a Bow". They did not make it to TV, with BBC broadcasting on April 21, 1954. However, …

  • France sport Champion

  • England; comedian (Morecambe and Wise Picadilly Palace).

  • Yugoslav historian, later 1st President for Croatia (d. 1999).

  • Croatian politician and leader of the secessionist republic that declared independence from Yugoslavia 6/25/1991. In 1941, he joined the Communist Party and the anti-fascist movement of Croatia. He went to Belgrade three years later and rose in Tito's army.

  • Abedi banker.

  • American child actor. She made her film debut in the silent-movie 1924 version of "Lilies of the Field", and her final movie in 1927.

1919 - 1910

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

  • Actor/announcer (Cal-Bachelor Father), died at 53

  • Italian architect and designer (d. 2001).

  • Canadian-American astronomer and physicist (d. 2012).

  • English-Australian educator and pianist (d. 2005).

  • Norwegian architect. He was the son Severin Finne, a Supreme Court lawyer, and Ferdinand Finne was his brother.

  • French honorary architect, urban planner and designer, as well as engraver.

  • Chick Daugherty trombonist, Spike Jones and City Slickers

  • Peruvian architect, professor and essay writer. He is also an art critic and promoter of modern architecture. His role was crucial in Lima's transformation from an academic society to one that is modern and rooted in tradition, into a modern society. His actions played a key role in the urban and social changes that occurred during the 1940s, and were …

  • Pakistani politician and poet (d. 1983).

  • Bassillac Military man

  • French politician and jurist who died in Rennes, France on June 1, 2009.

  • Prime Minister of Burma (1958-6062-74); Head of State (1962-81) (d.2002).

  • French Catholic priest, who served as Bishop of Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne from 1960 to 1985, of Tarentaise from 1961 to 1985, archbishop of ChambA(c)ry, and Bishop of Maurienne and Tarentaise from 1966 to 1985.

1909 - 1900

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

  • Champion German bantamweight boxing 1929-1930

  • German Communist politician. He was elected to the Central Committee of Germany's Communist Youth League in the latter part of the 1920s. He fled to hiding after Hitler's 1933 victory. He was sentenced to three-years in prison for conspiring to commit high treason. He was sentenced to three years in prison for "conspiracy to commit high treason." Schirdewan was then …

  • General / Premier / President (Pakistan)

  • American professional poker player

  • He was a French Jesuit historian, theologian, cardinal, and member of AcadA (c)mie FranASSaise. In 1929, he joined the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), and he became a teacher. He was ordained a priest in August 1938. DaniA(c), who was later named Professor of Early Christian History at Institut Catholique de Paris in 1944, became dean. He produced many historical studies …

  • American soldier and journalist (d. 1989).

  • Marseilles physician

  • Argentinian figurative artist. He is associated to Nuevo Realismo ("New Realism") a Latin American extension for social realism. His work, which includes a series featuring Juanito Laguna, a character he created to illustrate his paintings, and collages that depict poverty and the effects on industrialization in Buenos Aires have been exhibited all over the globe.

  • A Mexican politician and lawyer, he was born in Nuevo Leon. He held various political positions, including that of governor of his state. He encouraged agricultural production, expanded the growing areas and provided significant support for citrus producers in Nuevo Leon, who had suffered severe losses from transport difficulties. Investments were also made to combat the drought in the field. …

  • Swiss anesthesiologist and physician (d. 1961).

  • Engineer and educator from Switzerland (d. 1973).

  • American professor from Switzerland, born to Mileva Maric and Albert Einstein (d. 1973).

  • Italian actor, starting at age 19, in commercials. He then moved into TV and stage. He was Jewish and an anti-fascist. Polacco was married twice.

  • Swiss composer, pianist and writer (d. 1957).

  • Dutch composer and pianist (d. 1943).

  • German-English historian and academic (d. 1971).

  • NYC, New York -- Actress, Black Pirate, Stolen Bride

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