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

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2009 - 2000

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

  • American brain cancer victim (d.2005)


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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

  • He is an Italian cyclist racer who has worn the yellow jersey for the 2014 Tour de France for twenty days. He won four stages and the Tour. He won the Giro (Italy), and the Vuelta(Spain) during his professional career. At the age of 15, he left Sicily and his parents to move to Tuscany. He was nicknamed "The Shark …

  • Australian footballer

  • Australian rules footballer

  • Serbian singer


1979 - 1970

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

  • American homicide victim. Kidnapped and killed by a pedophile. The six-year old Adam went with his mother Reve to a Hollywood mall on the 27th of September 1982. Adam was left in the toy section for a short time while Reve went shopping. Reve found him gone when he returned. The police were immediately called but could not find any …

  • American singer-songwriter and chef

  • Reality Star

  • David Moscow

    American producer and actor


1969 - 1960

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

  • Georgia, USA; heavy metal guitarist (Southgang - "Tainted Angel").

  • Politician

  • American playwright David Lindsay Abaire is best known for his absurdist comedies, in which characters live in strange and distorted worlds but are grounded in emotional truth. His playwriting is praised for its grace and wit and ability to seamlessly move between the absurdist and the serious. Thematically, Lindsay-AbaireaEUR(tm)s work often explores loss and the underlying struggles in family and …

  • Toronto, Ontario -- Basketball guard (1996 Olympics)

  • American professional baseball pitcher. He has been a player for the American League for one season and for the National League for eight. Wagner, a graduate of Illinois State University, was selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 12th round as a free-agent draft pick on 6/05/1989. He was on the disabled list four more times, and he did his …

  • British actor. He was a key player in "EastEnders" along with John Altman and Leslie Grantham. Dean was with the series for eleven years, starting at its inception. After leaving EastEnders, Dean appeared in "Hello Girls" in June 1996. She also had a hit song from the show.

  • American singer-songwriter Veruca Salt

  • Estonian colonel, author

  • Brisbane, Queensland -- Australasia Golfer

  • French-Luxembourgish journalist. He specialized in royal families. He was the Editor-in-chief at Dynastie (1985-87), a reporter for Jours de France (88), Madame Figaro (1989) and Figaro magazine (1990). Bern was an author and radio host, as well as a frequent guest on many TV shows.

  • NFL defensive back (Green Bay Packers - Super Bowl 31)

  • French sailor, well-known in the offshore sailing community and in France generally, where he was elected France’s top sports personality for 2002.

  • English coach and footballer

  • American composer and actor

  • Captain of the Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia. The vessel partially sink on January 13, 2012, after hitting a reef off Italy. It then ran aground at Isola Del Giglio in Tuscany. This required the evacuation of 4,250 passengers. Seventeen people have been confirmed dead. Schettino, who had deviated slightly from the ship's computer programmed route in order to treat …

1959 - 1950

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

  • French actor, screenwriter, and film director. Born to confectioners. At 20 years old, he passed the police inspector exam. He was inspired by Melville's film "Serpico" and left the police to meet Yves RA(c),nier, who he would play in the series "Commissaire Moulin". He was nominated in 2005 for three CA(c]sar Awards (best film, best director and best writing) for …

  • Karoonda, Australia -- Canoeist (1996 Olympics)

  • American government aide who was appointed President George W. Bush's National Safety Advisor on January 22, 2001. She is intelligent, articulate, confident, and attractive. Bush chose her to brief him about international affairs during his campaign. She is Bush's trusted advisor and briefs him each morning on the global situation. She is known for her tenacity and ability to make …

  • French cyclist who won the Tour de France in 1978 1979 1981 1982 1982 1985.

  • Greek musician, a pianist and composer with a large following. His music is New Age, vague and meandering, soothing and mystical.

  • Chilean race car driver

  • American guitarist and bandleader

  • Former Prime Minister of France

  • French TV host, producer and classy person (mainly on TF1 & France 2), radio host and singer, writer, producer. He is also a director, producer, director and impressionist entertainer. He is also a comedian, actor in TV and film, and was once president of the French rugby club CA Brive.

  • Frances Conroy
  • American voice actor puppeteer, songwriter

  • American skater who was crowned the 1968 champion with James Sladky in ice dance.

  • English producer and production manager

1949 - 1940

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


1939 - 1930

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

  • Italian commissioner of police attached to the political office at police HQ in Milan. His involvement in the investigation into Pinelli's political suicide was an homicide.

  • American porn actor (d.2002)

  • English producer and director

  • Canadian ice hockey coach and player (d. 2014).

  • Los Angeles, California -- Musician (Coasters-Poison Ivy)

  • American economist and CEO of Bank of Boston (a corporate lending institution). He revised his lending policies to combat the volatility of real estate investments. He hopes to recover a $125 million third-quarter loss. Stepanian received a BA from Tufts in Economics in 1971 and an MBA from Boston College. Stepanian is a huge Boston Celtics basketball fan.

  • American singer (The Coasters & The Flairs). (d. 1990).

  • English actor and singer (Freddie and The Dreamers). (d. 2006).

  • American astronaut and pilot engineer

  • Mississippi, USA; astronaut (Apollo 13, STS T-1, T-3, T-5).

  • German economist, lawyer, and CEO of Huntington Bancshares. Wobst graduated from German universities with degrees in Economics as well as Law. He is a quiet boss who keeps his head down except for when he handles fundraising for the local United Way.

  • German-born Swiss photographer, author and industrialist. Astrologer. His public image in his youth was that of a rich, archetypal playboy. He flew in a helicopter over Brigitte Bardot's villa near Saint Tropez to court his second wife.

  • Paul Fratellini's granddaughter was a French clown. She carried on the legacy of the Fratellini brothers by adapting their routines for her feminine impishness. Every year on her birthday, her dad gave her a new musical instrument: a vibraphone, concertina or violin, clarinet, clarinet, clarinet, and so on. They were all taught to her and she used them in her …

  • American underground actor, filmmaker, artist, and writer. New York still bans his underground film "Flaming Creations." Smith, in addition to his filmmaking skills, was a gifted writer, wit and actor as well as a visual artist, musician, and pioneer of what is now called "performance art." He also advocated the use of color in fine art photography.

  • Dutch TV host Rondom tien

  • French entrepreneur, industrialist and patron. He is also known as Yves Saint-Laurent’s partner. He was a left-winger and he supported SA(c?)golA"ne Royal's candidacy for President in 2007.

  • American astronaut, first American to be rescued from orbiting spacecraft, and first man to control his movements in space. 6/03/07/1965 during the Gemini 4 mission. NASA chose him to be their astronaut program on September 17, 1962. White graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1952 with a Bachelor of Science degree.

  • Texas, USA; Lieutenant Colonel US Air Force/astronaut (Gemini 4).

  • Antillian author/Governor of Curacao

  • Belgian bobsledder

1929 - 1920

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

  • Spanish composer and guitarist

  • Italian professional cyclist, who won the Gold Medal at 1948's London Olympics. In 1997, he was buried. An asteroid named in his honor was discovered on October 8, 1997.

  • American actor. Nominated for three EmmyaEUR(tm), and won a Golden Globe in 1973.

  • Spain; guitarist (Orquesta Nacionale 1947).

  • Barratt Developments was founded by an English businessman (d. 2012).

  • Austrian singer and a prominent dramatic operatic soprano. She is well-known for her performances of Wagner, Strauss, and Verdi roles. She was born to working-class parents and was fortunate to grow up in a musical family. She was a vocalist at an early age. Her younger brother and sister were also talented. Rysanek was able, despite the fact that her …

  • French criminal victim, retired architect was tortured and murdered at his La Celle-Saint-Cloud home by burglar Michel Ambras on 15-16 April 1996.

  • French furniture designer Adria, who designed the first all-foam modular chairs in 1968, was also a pioneer in French furniture design. He designed the Togo in 1973, an all-foam seating range with generously quilted polyester covers.

  • English archaeologist (d. 2012).

  • American physicist (d. 2013).

  • French painter and sculpturer, belonged to the

  • Brian Keith

    American actor and TV star, who was versatile enough to play everything, from a homicidal maniac, to a burly soldier man, to a kind parent, in over 80 films. He has credits in dramas, westerns, and comedies. His most notable role was that of Uncle Bill, the bachelor guardian, on TV's "Family Affair", which ran from 1966 to 1971. In …

  • Estonian academic and historian (d. 2005).

  • Allassac Journalist


1919 - 1910

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

  • American singer who performed with Bobby Hackett and Will Bradley.

  • KCIA head Kim Jaekyu assassinates President of South Korea. Choi Kyuha is elected acting President. Kim is executed the next May.

  • Passaic, New Jersey -- Television creator (Brady Bunch and Gilligan Is).

  • Mathematician and academic from Greece-France (d. 1994).

  • Mathematician, Greek-French (d. 1994).

  • American heiress to millions of Woolworth Dime Store dollars. Her seven marriages and extravagant spending habits were her hallmark. For four decades, gossip was a constant part of her life. Her inheritance was between $100 million to $500 million, which she spent with abandon.

  • Chinese-born civil engineer (d. 2003)

  • Guandu Bridge was designed by a Chinese-American engineer (d. 2003).

  • Russian-born author, prolific and award-winning author, of more than 100 works, including novels and biographies.

  • Scottish poet and philosopher, MacCaig is also a Scottish philosopher. His works include "Far Cry" in 1942, "Riding Lights", in 1955, and "A Man in My Position", released in 1969. MacCaig also edited two anthologies containing Scottish poetry. Many of his works are inspired by Edinburgh and the West Highlands.

  • Rosemary DeCamp

    American actress, who was known as "Yankee Doodle", after playing James CagneyaEUR (tm)'s mother in 1942's "Yankee Doodle Dandy." DeCamp, despite being only 30 years old, was attractive and youthful. She was also cast in roles that required her to use layers of old-age make up. She was a popular casting director and had a long career in television and …

  • English novelist (d. 1996)

1909 - 1900

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

  • American politician, who was a senator representing Wisconsin in 1946. He was the chairman of several investigating committees, commonly called "The Red Witch Hunts." He was a noxious speaker and a perverse interrogator who ruined many lives. The Senate censured him in 1954.

  • Salisbury journalist/writer (50th anniversary of Soviet Union).

  • Louise Brooks

    American actress, dancer, and film historian (d. 1985).

  • French actor in theatre and film, who died 29 January 1968 in Draveil (Essonne), France.

  • Designer

  • Child strangulation in Britain: victim. A 17-month-old child was left by her servant for a few minutes. She fell, and her "cord", which was her cord, caught on a knob. It choked her to death.

  • Morton Downey

    Wallingford, Connecticut -- Singer ("Star of the Family")

  • American composer, concert pianist, and conductor. Copland's bright, spacious and open works captured America's soul, sinew, and spirit. He helped young composers through his teaching at Tanglewood for 25 years and convincing performers to perform his works. His works include "The Tender Land," 1954 and "Canticle of Freedom," 1955. He also created "Dance Panels", 1959 for small orchestras and "Duo …

  • Sculptor

  • Brooklyn, New York -- Composer ("Billy the Kid", Appalachian Spring).

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