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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on April 15th

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on April 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on April 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

  • Maisie Williams

    TV Actress

  • Pop Singer

  • American daughter of a prominent family. Her father is John A. Virant founder and owner Zoe/Rounder recording station. He named the company after her. Mary (Willard) Virant was her mother. She was born in Westfield, MA on June 28, 1967.


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on April 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Alice Braga

    Brazilian actress

  • British singer/songwriter

  • Danish professional cyclist

  • Canadian television host and chef (d. 2012).

  • Russian player in ice hockey

  • Seth Rogen

    Canadian actor and writer

  • Belgian actress. She was born in Belgium. She then starred in St.Jacques-La Mecque (a film about a group on their way to Santiago de Compostela). CachA(c), directed by Michael Haneke (well-known for his movie "Funny Games") and Ravages, a film by Christophe Lamotte, Blame), will also feature her.

  • American record producer and actress for singer-songwriters

  • Spanish footballer


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on April 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • Luke Evans

    Welsh singer and actor. Evans started his stage career in London, where he performed in many West End plays such as Rent, Miss Saigon and Piaf. He then got his breakthrough role in Hollywood, playing the role of Apollo in the Clash of the Titans remake in 2010. Evans's debut saw him in action-thriller films like The Raven (2012) and …

  • French director of film, best known for his 2011 film "The Untouchables", which he co-created with Eric Toledano.

  • NFL / WLAF close end (New York Giants and Barcelona Dragons).


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on April 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • French politician who was the Minister of Food, Agriculture and Fishing for France from 2009 to 2012.

  • California, USA; outfielder (Cleveland Indians).

  • NFL cornerback (New York Giants).

  • Canadian-German ice hockey coach and player

  • Samantha Fox

    British singer, pin-up girl and star, who was ranked No.17 in Steve Sullivan's book "Glamour Girls – The Illustrated Encyclopedia", St. Martin's Griffin (NY), 1999. Fox was just 16 years old when her naked breasts were greeted by morning readers of The Sun in Britain. Her young blonde beauty, infectious smile and 5'1" 99-pound 36D-23-33-33 form pushed her to the …

  • Russia; tennis pro.

  • American businessman

  • French football defender who played for Marseille (1979aEUR”1987) and NA(r]mes (1987aEUR”1990). He was the manager of Endoume (1995aEUR”1996), Consolat (1996aEUR”1997), and Marseille (2001aEUR”2005, 2013aEUR”2014).

  • Popular Italian singer. In 1988, he won the Festival of Sanremo's first prize.

  • Finnish javelin thrower champion, she won a Silver medal at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics.

  • English politician and academic

  • Spanish sportscaster and cyclist

  • Danish screenwriter and director

  • Canadian ice hockey player

  • English snooker player

1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on April 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Emma Thompson

    British actress. She was raised in a family where illness was a constant part of daily life. She was a voracious reader and went to Cambridge to study English literature, but she soon discovered that acting was her passion. She discovered a talent for comedy and was the female lead in "Me and My Girl", a West End production in …

  • Chinese screenwriter and director producer

  • Quebec, Canada; NHL defenseman (New York Rangers).

  • American basketball coach and player

  • American basketball coach and player

  • French ballet dancer and teacher. She was a member of the Paris Opera Ballet since 1967 and was promoted to principal dancer in 1982. She continued to accept invitations after she retired from the stage in 1996. She was the artistic director of A%0cole SupraA(c)rieure De Danse Cannes Rosella Hightower from 2001 to 2008.

  • Egyptian-born movie producer, and lover of Princess Diana (of Wales), was killed in an automobile accident in Paris on August 31, 1997. Dodi was the playboy child of multimillionaire Mohamed al-Fayed who owns Harrods department shops. Fayed produced films such as "The World According to Garp", and "Chariots of Fire," which won the Oscar.

  • Businessman

  • American guitarist and songwriter (d.2015)

  • English broadcaster and academic

  • LPGA golfer

  • French actress and film director, yougoslavian descent, born to Ivan Balaskovic. She is best known for her role as a lesbian in Gazon maudit, French Twist (1995), where she was awarded a Cesar. In 2013, she directed "Demi-soeur" (Half sister).

  • American track and field champion. She finished fourth in the 80m hurdles for women at the 1968 Summer Olympics.

  • Producer

  • Illinois, USA; actress

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on April 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • He is also known by his alias Comrade Nicholas or Remigio, and was a member of the Shining Path leadership. This Maoist insurgency started the conflict in Peru in 1980. It used as its primary method of combating terrorism. He was the number two in the organization at one point during his career. After nearly 80 years of closure, he …

  • B van Rey; Dutch Member to Parliament (VVD).

  • Welsh singer and guitarist (Love Sculpture & Rockpile).

  • American economist and CEO at DQE, a local utilities company that sells electricity to the surrounding states. Von Schack holds an AB in Economics and an MBA in Economics. He also received his Ph.D. in Economics from Pace University in 1991. In 1989, the NAACP honored him for his affirmative-action leadership.

  • Chechen leader (d. 1996)

  • Russian-Chechen politician and general 1st President, Chechen Republic Of Ichkeria (d. 1996).

  • Dutch singer ("Les Baroques").

  • American CEO and former chairman of Enron. The bankruptcy filing was filed on December 2, 2001. It was the largest bankruptcy in American history. Fortune ranked Houston's corporation as the seventh-largest in the U.S. in 2001. It was considered a stable risk by investors in November 2001. However, there were rumors that the much-hyped stability of the company was not …

  • French Catholic bishop, third bishop of A%0vry Corbeil–Essonnes diocese since 2000.

  • American basketball coach and player (d. 2011).

  • American businessman (d.2006)

  • American Catholic prelate


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on April 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • Claudia Cardinale

    Internationally recognized Italian actress. In 1957, she began her career as an extra. She then went to Rome to complete the picture. She stayed in showbusiness, changing her name to "Cardina" in 1966. Cardinale was a star in more than 100 movies and made for television productions over a forty-year career. The films include "Il Bell'Antonio", 1965, "The Leopard", and …

  • Paris, 1989: French Chief Curator of the National Museum of African and Oceanic Arts.

  • Burmese-Canadian politician and geologist

  • Professor (neurology)

  • Burmese politician

  • American singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 1978).

  • Historian

  • Latvian actor and director (d.2000)

  • French international water polo player, who was president of France's National Olympic Committee (CNOSF), for 16 years (1993-1909) and, since 2000, a member the International Olympic Committee.

  • French film critic and director.

  • French cyclist, also known as "eternal second", despite finishing in second three times and third five times in the Tour de France (including his last Tour at 40).

  • Rector (Lincoln College, Oxford).

  • French admiral, commander in French Polynesia of French military forces during controversial nuclear weapon testing at Moruroa atoll in mid-90s

  • British Sufi author and teacher; he travels and teaches. In the 1980s, he was still a member of the circuit.

  • Japanese journalist

  • American production engineer technician and CEO at Du Pont. Woolard, a college graduate with a BS degree in Industrial Engineering, is known for his passion for intellectual sparing. Woolard is an avid basketball fan at his college.

  • Pierre Vaneck

    Vietnam-born Belgian actor. He made his stage debut in 1952. His film debut was in 1954. The 1955 film "Marianne de Ma Jeunesse", which is about Maryann of My Youth, followed in 1955. His career was multi-faceted.

  • Nobel Prize laureate in Psychology and Translation from Sweden (d. 2015).

  • BBC governor (Ireland).

  • American hypnotherapist, past-life regressionist and author. She claims that she met Nostradamus through one her subjects. He wrote a book that contained his interpretations of the Quatrains with radical earth changes and maps.


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on April 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • American astrologer. She joined AFA in 8/1973. Died 10/16/1983 Golden, CO.

  • American physicist (d. 1999).

  • Servant to Gandhi

  • Australian writer and ecclesiastic. Roman Catholic Priest.

  • Hans Conried

    Actor (Bullwinkle Show and Make Room for Daddy), passes away at 64

  • He was an American politician who was elected to the US Senate in 1972 and held it until 1985. After serving in WWII in the Army, he was elected to the US Senate in 1973. He then became the head of Kentucky's radio stations. He ran for the 1964 election to the state senator and won the race. He was …

  • Scottish comedian, stage and pantomime actor, comedian. Fulton began his career as a child broadcaster before he moved to London. Before the TV sketch "Scotch and Wry", which began in 1978, Fulton's stage act "Francie and Josie", is a legend. His other notable appearances include "The Dollar Bottom" in 1983, and "The Girl in the Picture" in 1986.

  • English violinist and conductor

  • Sri Lankan politician

  • England; conductor (Minnesota Orchestra 1978).

  • British historian

  • American politician. He was the first black mayor of Chicago in 1983. Washington was often the target of controversy for several charges, including failing to provide paid services, failing in filing income tax for four consecutive years in the 1960s, and failing to pay personal expenses. Washington was removed from the practice law and spent 36 days in prison in …

  • Michael Ansara

    Lowell, Massachusetts -- Actor (Cochise-Broken Arrow, Centennial)

  • English racing driver (d. 1981)


1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on April 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • French musician, an accordion player known as the aEUR~aEUR(tm)white gypsyaEUR(tm)aEUR(tm) and the aEUR~aEUR(tm)king of Lappe street." He is a well-known master of his instrument. He was a regular at Balajo, a popular dancing hall, from 1936 to almost 45 years.

  • Sculptor / lithographer

  • American military. He was a Major-General with the US Air Force and saw combat during WWII. He held many posts throughout his military career, including in post-war Germany. In 1974, he retired from the Air Force after receiving several decorations, including the Distinguished Service Meda and the Distinguished Flying Cross. He also received the Croix de Guerre palm (France)

  • Biographer / novelist (Civil Prisoners).

  • German screenwriter and actor, film director (d. 2007).

  • American Astrologer. She was one of the undiscovered heroes of her field. She was a strong advocate for ethics and exemplified high ideals in astrology. Doris was the first American woman to become a certified member of the Faculty of Astrological Studies, headed by Margaret Hone, in December 1954.

  • American baseball player for the Washington Senators. He was an all-round athlete who also excelled in track and field. In September 1939, the Washington Senators drafted him and he made his major league debut. WWII interrupted his career and he joined Army Air Force in Jan 1941. The bomber that he was flying was shot down while he was on …

  • American poet who was the Poet-Laureate of Texas in 1993-1995.

  • Hans Conried

    Baltimore, Maryland -- Actor (Bullwinkle Show Make Room for Daddy).

  • American politician and lawyer (d. 1989).

  • Italian composer, innovator of computer music, visual artist and cellist, he was also a hacker before his time. In the 1960s, he began to experiment with electronic techniques. He was buried in Florence, 21 February 2002.

  • French military officer, Chief of staff in France of the Organisation de l'armA (c)e secrA)te ["Organisation of the Secret Army")], a short-lived French dissident far right paramilitary organization during the Algerian War.

  • French senior government official who served as prefect for Dordogne (1962-1966), SaA'ne-et-Loire (68-1972), HA[c]rault (1972-1973), Seine-Maritime (1873-1974) and Paris (1974-1976).

  • President of North Korea

  • American-Italian painter, sculptor (d. 1998).

  • The Korean national leader and the longest-serving Communist leader in history, Kim Sung Ju was responsible for North Korea's four decades of dictatorship. Kim Sung Ju, a godlike figure and the "Great Leader", took control three years after the Korean peninsula had been liberated from Japan's colonial dominance. After a long period of mourning, he died at the age of …

  • Sung President of North Korea (1945-1994).

  • CEO (British Electricity Council).

  • American jazz musician. He is a guitarist, banjo player, and mandolin player. His solo career lasted more than 30 years.

  • Lun?ville physician

  • Dutch architect (Antilles Brewery/Autonomy Monument).


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on April 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • American singer-songwriter

  • Lita Grey

    American actress (Born in 1908)

  • During the Second Republic and Spanish Civil War, he was an anarchist militant from the CNT. He joined the Communist Party of Spain, which was banned, and joined the guerrillas February 15, 1946. The causally would find a match. Basiliso, or Fortuna as he was known within the guerrilla, and his companions kept the forces of repression under control during …

  • French economist and inventor of Trente Glorieuses ("the glory thirty [years]"), to describe the period in France's prosperity from 1945-1973.

  • French actress, director of theatre, writer, singer, and painter.

  • Nobel Prize laureate in Ornithology and Ethology from the Netherlands (d. 1988).

  • The Netherlands/British biologist/zoologist (Nobel Prize 1973).

  • Portuguese journalist and reporter for radio and television. He died April 29, 2002, age 100, in Lisbon.

  • French politician and twice Prime Minister of Fourth Republic. Pleven was the leader of the union democratique and socialiste de la resistance (a left-leaning group).

  • Indian politician, Chief Minister of West Bengal

  • English snooker/billiards-world champion (1927-46)

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