List of celebrities and famous people who were born on January 15th
Famous birthdays on January 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002001
Famous birthdays on January 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Singer and actor from the Philippines
Origin NGO was founded by a Pakistani businessman
Russian long jumper
Famous birthdays on January 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Russian ice hockey player (Born in 1989).
American porn producer and director
American ice dancer
South Korean actor and singer (2PM).
Latvian basketball player
American musician (From the First to the Last)
American professional wrestler.
Australian rugby league player
American football player
Italian rugby player
Belgian homicide victim, age nine. At Ixelles, she was abducted on 8/05/1992, at around 12:30 PM MEDT. Her body was discovered in a garage cellar. Patrick Derochette, who was born on 1/31/1964, was taken into custody for her murder and rape. He had been previously arrested for rapes.
Slovenian ice hockey player
Prince Philip of Yugoslavia
Footballer in the Scottish rugby union
Famous birthdays on January 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Taiwanese actor and singer (F4)
American producer and rapper
American basketball player and sportscaster
American football player
Scottish rugby player
French-Canadian tennis player, who was the youngest to become a professional before 1990. She won the Australian Open in Jan 1995, and was a great success at the French Open in June 1996. She defeated Steffi Graf and made over $4 million during her career.
American cinematographer and photographer
American producer and rapper (Little Brother).
safety (Carolina Panthers).
Radio and television presenter from Scotland
Montana, USA; Miss Montana-America (1996).
American baseball player
British television presenter and radio DJ
French ballet dancer. She was appointed A%0toile at the Paris Opera Ballet in 1998. At the age of ten, she began her dance career at the Paris Opera Ballet School (LaEUR[tm]A%0cole des danses de laEUR[tm]OpA[c]ra de Paris). In 1989, she joined the company and was made a premiA're danseuse in December 1996.
Linebacker for the Canadian Football League (Saskatchewan Roughriders).
Dutch soccer player (FC Twente).
English television presenter
Jr. American stuntman and martial artist
Missouri, USA; Miss Missouri America-5th (1996)
American actress, who played Ray Charles' lover/back-up girl-group singing role in "Ray" (2004) movie biopic.
California, USA; actress (Brenda Jenkins-227)
Running back (Arizona Cardinals).
American professional wrestler
California, USA; volleyball against hitter (Olympics 1996).
Anaheim, California -- Softball pitcher (1996 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
Pino Donaggio's daughter is an Italian celebrity.
Soccer player (FC Volendam).
Famous birthdays on January 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
German singer and actress
American professional poker player
Highden; Australian 5k/10k/marathon runner. (Olympics 1996).
NFL Guard/Tackle (New York Jets).
Michigan, USA. NHL defenseman (Hartford Whalers).
Dijk; Dutch soccer player (Feyenoord).
American manager and player
Delaware, USA; infielder (Montreal Expos, Los Angeles Dodgers).
Detroit, Michigan -- NHL defenceman (Hartford Whalers).
New York, USA; WPVA volleyball player (National-17th-1995).
American actor, director, and well-known family. Lowe's big break came when he was offered the starring part in his own series, "Spencer." However, NBC terminated his contract and Lowe resigned after just a few episodes. Rob Lowe's younger brother, Lowe is his movie star.
Spanish handball champion, notable family member, and exponent of Basque national party.
Australian soling yachter (Olympics-1996).
Pennsylvania, USA; PGA golfer (1995 Anheuser-Busch Golf).
American R&B singer
American actress and singer (Lisa Lisa, Cult Jam).
American boxer and coach
Northern Irish actor
Italian cyclist who won 9/08/1988 the world cup in Renaix. Fondriest made his debut in amateur racing at 16 years old. He won 99 races before becoming a professional cyclist and winning the Tours of Catalonia 1988. He moved up from 14th to eighth in the FICPVELO ranking, and he was 2nd in Amstel Gold Race in 1988. He won …
Canadian Football League back in action (Toronto Argonauts).
Filipina businesswoman believed to be behind the Priority Development Assistance Fund Scam.
der de Linden; soccer player.
Ontario, Canada. 1500m runner (Olympics-8-1992 and 1996).
French homophobe, and criminal, was implicated in the attempted assassination of Bertrand DelanoA (Mayor of Paris), on October 5, 2002, at around 2:30 AM. Berkane stabbed the mayor, who is a popular socialist and openly gay. He was hospitalized for two week. Berkane said that he did not like gays or politicians.
Hockey forward (Team Austria 1998).
China; Canadian tennis player (Olympics-1996).
in Norway; explorer (South Pole).
Italian actress, seven-time winner of the David di Donatello Awards and seven-time Nastro d'argento award winner.
Canadian actor and director
Arkansas, USA; country singer (Our Town).
Canadian film director and comedian
Ukrainian coach and footballer
American actor and director
Marc Dutroux is a complicite in French homicide.
Miss Switzerland, an Italian beauty queen, was the host of Pippo Baudo TV Show.
Famous birthdays on January 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
English bass player (Kino Marsillion Transatlantic and Edison's Children).
Jamaican reggae singer
American homicide: The murder of both her parents 6/21/1975. Marlene was assisted in her homicide by her boyfriend.
England; rock bassist (Marillion – "Clutching at Straws", “Real to Reel")
President of Serbia
Actor (One Night Stand).
Australian footballer and coach (d.2016)
Serbian politician and psychologist, 16th President of Serbia
Actor (One Night Stand).
English politician and journalist
American football player and sportscaster
Indian educator and politician 23rd Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh
USSR -- Toboggan (1980 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
American football coach and player
Japanese singer (Candies)
French businessman, and former Finance Minister of France.
Italy; Italian newscaster (RAI).
Egyptian lieutenant (d. 1982)
English illustrator and author
American baseball player, a left-throwing/right-hitting pitcher with the Detroit Tigers and Houston Astros in 1981 and 1982.
Jr. Filipino screenwriter and poet
American writer and musician; not well-known but still interesting.
NFL tackle (Dallas Cowboys).
American actor and producer of singers (The Flesh Eaters).
Swiss singer-songwriter (Yello)
rocker (Electric Light Orchestra).
French politician for Socialist Party (France). She was Minister of Culture France in the Lionel Jospin cabinet 1997aEUR”2000, and was a Member the European Parliament 1989aEUR”1997 and 2004aEUR”2014.
French criminal and former insurance agent, he murdered two police officers and two others near Narbonne in January 2001. In his absence, he was already sentenced to life for 1993 murder. On 17 January 2001, he shot himself in self-defense as police searched a block of flats located in BA(c),ziers.
French football/soccer defender.
French senior police officer, first woman to head the Brigade des Stups’ (narcotics squad), Mondaine’ (anti-piping and anti-crime Squads (RA(c.pression du Banditisme) and the Crim). In the 1980s, she disbanded Madame ClaudeaEUR (tm)'s network of call-girls and apprehended Mamadou TraorA.c and Guy Georges, two serial killers.
Arkansas, USA; country singer (Bonnie Jean).
Famous birthdays on January 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Puerto Rican baseball player (Born in 1949).
English businessman (d. 2012)
American singer (Lynyrd Skynyrd) (d. 1977)
Montreal, Quebec -- Actor (Jody-Buckskin)
Canadian talk show host (CITY TV).
Canadian actor who plays the lead role in "Faustus Bidgood." Jones was a cast member of "Codco/This Hour Has 22 Minutes", but left to protest when CBC refused to broadcast a skit on sexual abuse by Newfoundland clergy.
American-Canadian screenwriter and actress
Maine, USA; actress/comedienne
Rocker (Stock Aitken and Waterman, "Road Block")
English judge and lawyer
American blues pianist and singer (Born 1920).
Manager and sportscaster for English football
American colonel (d. 90)
American politician and lawyer (d. 1993).
Princess Michael of Kent
Actor and politician from Taiwan (d. 2015).
American Presidents Carter and Clinton's adviser
Major League Baseball pitcher (1974 Cy Young Award).
First Pakistani to climb the summit of K2
English politician and metallurgist Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Commonwealth Affairs
American diplomat and lawyer United States Ambassador to Europe
American judge and academic (d. 2013).
Bivins; American singer (Manhattans, "Kiss and Say Goodbye")
American musician (Born 1941)
American musician, popular in the '60s and '70s and considered one of the most influential musician on the psychedelic rock scene. His 1969 hit "Trout Mask Replica" is perhaps his best known release. In 1982 he left the music world and became a reclusive visual artist.
American heiress to Remington Typewriter fortune. On the night of her debutante ball, 4/07/1960, she eloped to Andre Porumbeannu. They had met in Southampton the summer before. The handsome, dashing, and elegant 35-year-old Romanian was charming. He also had a daughter and a wife in Austria. They set sail for Antwerp in January 1961 and returned to the U.S. later …
Rocker (Bongo Fury Shiny Beast).
American notable family, son of Tim Holt, cowboy star, and grandson Tim Holt Sr.
Danish Astrologer and Author of Astrological Articles.
Indian social activist.
Famous birthdays on January 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Swedish journalist and politician, 1st Deputy Prime Minster of Sweden
English adventurer and sailor
Pakistani engineer and mountaineer
Indian cricketer and footballer
American singer and actress
California, USA; actress (Jane Eyre Meet Me in Saint Louis).
Ghanaian drummer and dancer (d.2012)
American author. He was the Hugo winner in 1956 and 1969 as well as the Nebula award in 1969 1971, 1974 and 1972. He was an avid fan of science fiction as a young man. His first story, published in February 1954, was his first. He was a prolific writer in this field by the end of the 1950s. He …
St. Louis, Missouri -- Pianist
Indian politician and civil servant 13th Governor Karnataka (d.2013)
Radio host and English journalist
American academic and author
English academic and chemist
American baseball player. He was a right-handed shortstop and played in two games with Cincinnati Redlegs in September 1957.
American film and television actress. She was mainly known for her roles in the 1950s and 1960s. Her most well-known role is that of Rebecca Boone on six seasons of NBC's "Daniel Boone," which featured Fess Parker and Darby Hinton as well as Veronica Cartwright and Ed Ames. Lou Mallory was also a part of the ABC western series "The …
Belgian comedian, actor and television entertainer. He formed a comedy group, The Stephane and Stuyvenbergs with his humorist friends Jose and Xavier Delaport. In 1989, he released "Happy New Beat" on vinyl. Stanislaus-AndrA (c) Steeman was his father. He died on December 15, 1970.
French horse jockey and race horse, who won 1961 Prix d'Amerique at Masina.
American sprinter (d.2006)
French criminal, murderer and thief sentenced and executed.
New Rochelle (New York) - 4X400m relayer (1956 Olympics, Gold Medalist).
US actor / relay runner (1952 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
American sculptor and painter
Special effects technician
Italian actress and TV actress, who was killed in Rome on December 4, 2005.
New York, USA. News correspondent (20/20).
American jazz singer, arranger, composer, and actor as well as a television or movie actor.
French classical organist and teacher. He is a well-known interpreter of the French Baroque masters, and is committed to historical informed performance.
American professional wrestler and promoter (Born in 1930).
Famous birthdays on January 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Jr., American civil rights activist, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize (Born 1929).
American guitarist (d. 1970).
American accordion player and producer
Big Spring Actor
Georgia, USA; civil rights leader (Nobel Prize 1964).
American clergyman and inspiring leader of the civil right movement. He was a symbol of the fight against segregation in America's South and won the Kennedy Peace Prize in 1964 and the Nobel Peace Prize. He was a national hero and legend who mobilized black Americans to action with his oratory abilities.
She was an American singer and stage actress. Her stage debuts were in Texas in 1951, and in New York City in 1956. She married Keith Kaldenberg, a fellow stage actor who passed away February 16, 1990. They had one child. Helon, who was suffering from an unspecified illness, died on March 7, 2005.
Indian critic and painter (d. 2014).
English journalist and author (d. 2015.)
American television and film actress. She is best known for her role as reporter Lois Lane in the 1951 film, "Superman and the Mole Men", and in the first season (19twenty-six) of the television series, "Adventures of Superman" (1952). Reeves insisted that she be given equal billing with George Reeves for all episodes in which they did not appear. In …
Massachusetts, USA; comedian (Young at Heart Comedians).
American diplomat who was the United States Ambassador to El Salvador. In 1976, President Gerald Ford appointed him to the Ambassadorship. After Jimmy Carter assumed the presidency, he resigned.
Austrian-Swiss producer and actress (d. 2005).
Austrian-Swiss producer and actress (d. 2005).
American child prodigy in the piano for children of the 1930s. She was the product of her father’s ambition. He was a former violinist from Warsaw. She began lessons at the age of two and continued for nine hours each day. She made her public debut at four years old. From five years old, she studied in Europe and began …
International racing cyclist
Italy sport Champion
France sport Champion
New Zealand-English mountaineer, explorer (d.2013)
Scottish poet and songwriter, pianist (d. 2006).
Singer and actress from Sri Lanka (d. 1978).
Fourth President of the Republic of China: Taiwanese-Chinese politician and economist
Irish journalist (d. 2012)
Australian sergeant and politician, 34th Premier of New South Wales
Australian politician (d. 1999)
English actor (d.2013)
Indian politician and lawyer 8th Chief Minister Maharashtra (d.2007).
Cardinal Archbishop New York (Born 1920).
American Cardinal and oldest-active bishop of the U.S., American ecclesiastic.
British editor-in-chief (Sunday Express).
Famous birthdays on January 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
French politician, who was also a climber and alpinist. In 1950, he led the expedition to Annapurna that reached the summit of a mountain above 8000m. He wrote a bestseller about the expedition upon his return. It was a bestseller, selling over 12,000,000 copies. Later, he was questioned by other publications.
After 32 years as a columnist and journalist in Scotland, he is now editor-in-chief at Sunday Express. The Mail moved him to Sunday. He was a brutally outspoken man, well-known for his right-wing views that often got him into trouble. Junor was summoned to the Bar of The House of Commons on 24 January 1957 for contempt of Parliament. This …
Dutch jurist, judge and professor of Law, as well as the second President of European Court of Justice.
President of Brazil (d.1999)
Brazilian politician and general 30th President of Brazil (d.1999)
Canadian Roman Catholic cardinal (d.2007)
President of Egypt (d. 1970).
Nasser, President of Egypt (1954-1970).
Egyptian politician and military leader, who led the coup that forced King Farouk from the throne on 7/23/1952, making him a hero to Egyptians. He was elected President of Egypt in 1956.
Estonian-American boxer (d.1999)
Autobiographer and author from the Netherlands. She was a Jew and was killed in Auschwitz's concentration camp on 30 November 1943.
English academic and historian (d. 2003).
British historian, Glanton
Polish general (d. 2014)
American actor who has enjoyed a long and successful career. He is the father of Jeff and Beau Bridges and one daughter. Bridges is a dedicated family man who is committed to nonviolence. He is an athlete who has maintained his college weight and is in great physical condition. He made his film debut with "Lone Wolf" in 1941. From …
Dutch painter (d. 2002).
Captain of the S-13 submarine that sank the German vessel Wilhelm Gustloff (d. 1963).
Australian composer and pianist (d. 2005).
French politician, minister, and author. Debre was a young civil servant and he grew steadily. He was mobilized to the military in 1939 with the outbreak of World War II. He was captured by the Germans and held in prison until May 1940. However, he was able to escape. He was captured by the RA(c), Morocco and imprisoned in May …
German Nazi ObersturmbannfA 1/2 hrer (Lieutenant Colonel) in the Waffen SS during World War II, who was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. This award was given to Nazi Germany in World War II for their extreme battlefield bravery and successful military leadership. He died 22 April 2004, aged 92, in Austria.
Dutch cabaret and actor.
NYC, New York -- Broadway producer. (Feuer & MartinChorus Line).
Avantgarde Scottish-born painter/sculptor.
Famous birthdays on January 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
American actor and composer of drummers (d. 1973).
y Chapi composer.
German-born automobile designer (d. 1939)
New York, composer (Plough and the Stars).
Hungarian-American theoretical scientist, also known as "the father in the hydrogen bomb", despite not liking the title. Teller made numerous contributions to nuclear and molecular physics, spectroscopy (the JahnaEUR"Teller and RenneraEUR"Tellereffects), and surface physics. The GamowaEUR"Teller transitions, Fermi's theory about beta decay, was an extension of his theory. This provided a significant stepping stone to the application of this theory. …
French singer from the 1920s.
Polish soldier and runner (d. 1940).
Greek-Argentinian businessman (d. 1975)
Greek-Argentinian businessman (d. 1975)
Japanese actor (Born in 1905)
Belgium sport Champion
English actor (d. 1981).
American politician and lieutenant governor of Massachusetts 58th (d. 1958).
58th Governor, Massachusetts (d. 1958).
After inheriting his father's drapery shop in 1924, he was named managing director and chairman upon the death of his father in 1927. The store was transformed into House of Fraser, which is now a large retail chain. He also acquired many outlets in England and Scotland, including Harrod's in London. In 1960, he founded the Hugh Fraser Foundation charity …
Turkish poet (d. 1963)
Saudi Arabia's King
Greek-Turkish playwright and poet (d. 1963).
Saudi Arabia (d. 1969).
Saud of Saudi Arabia (d. 1969).
American author, born to a prominent family, Bessie Maddern London and Jack London.
Faroese poet, writer and artist (Born 1900).