List of celebrities and famous people who were born on October 15th
Famous birthdays on October 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102014
Famous birthdays on October 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002005
Danish royal, heir to the throne of Denmark, son of Crown Prince Frederik and Australian-born Crown Princess Mary, born at Copenhagen University Hospital, two weeks prior to its due date.
Daughter of Gonzo PeA+, a mexican astrologer, and Tere, his ex-wife.
Famous birthdays on October 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Son of Phoebe Cates, and Kevin Kline
South Korean singer/songwriter and dancer (4Minute, 2Yoon).
Famous birthdays on October 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Croatian footballer (d. 2013)
Estonian race car driver
Canadian-American tennis player
Canadian singer, actress and voice actor
Swiss Alpine Ski Racer
Spanish race car driver
Spanish racing driver
Hong Kong actress and singer (Cookies).
Brazilian race car driver
Reality TV star in America
Fijian-Australian singer-songwriter and actress (Young Divas)
American R&B singer
Russian tennis player. She won the singles gold at the Olympics in 2000 and 2008 and reached twice the finals of the Grand Slam tournaments (Roland-Garros, US Open).
Finnish singer-songwriter (Killer)
Famous birthdays on October 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Pakistani-American rapper and producer
French middle distance runner (1500m), who won bronze at the 2001 Mediterranean Games, Tunis, and was fourth at the 2002 European Championships. After reaching the final at 2003 World Championships, Paris, he was disqualified after a positive test for erythropoietin. He was suspended by the IAAF from September 2003 to September 2006. Chouki claimed that the substance was inhaled into …
Colorado, United States -- Actor (Relativity, Brian-My So Called Life)
Miss Delaware Teen USA (1997)
French-Argentine football player, striker. He was in a famous duet for A.S.Monaco with Thierry Henry and later played for Juventus (Italy). He won the 1998 World Cup with France (as well as the 2000 European Championship). At the 2006 world cup, he failed to score his penalty shot and France lost to Italy in the final.
South Korean singer and actress
Italian rugby player
American video game designer
Manager and English footballer
French composer of music and singer-songwriter for films.
Auckland, New Zealand -- Road-race cyclist (1996 Olympics).
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Acid bath Daisyhead & the Mooncrickets Agents of Oblivion, Deadboy & the Elephantmen).
American basketball player: Pacers guard
Mexican actress (d.2013)
American independent filmmaker, he shot his debut film, "No OneaEUR(tm),s a Mystery", entirely in a truck. Garrison was praised as a promising New England Filmmaker, and he won an award for cinematography for his eight-minute film. He is a Williams College graduate and recently produced "Freebox", a 20-minute movie that grew from his experience as a volunteer at a residential …
Soap Opera Actress
German-Congolese footballer, manager
American right-handed outfielder and baseball player. He was a member of the Cincinnati Reds 1996 team, and also the Toronto Blue Jays 2000 and 2006 teams.
Estonian translator and author
American actor. His role in Dazed and Confused was his most famous. He played Kevin Pickford, a high-school student whose party is destroyed when his parents discover what he was doing.
English coach and footballer
Flint, Michigan -- Long jumper
Miss USA-Florida (97, top 6)
NFL linebacker (Green Bay Packers, Super Bowl 31).
Italian high jumper and track and field athlete. After she was found to be doping-positive, her 1996 Olympic results were disqualified.
CFL linebacker (Hamilton Tiger Cats)
Famous birthdays on October 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American actress and television personality
Cornerback for NFL / WLAF (Oak Raiders and Frankfurt Galaxy)
Former French footballer, and current coach. He was a defensive midfielder at clubs such as Chelsea, Juventus, and Marseille. He was an international and captained France to victory in the 1998 World Cup as well as Euro 2000. Deschamps won two French league titles in 1992 and 1991, as well as being part of the Marseille team that became the …
French politician who was a member of France's National Assembly. He was a representative of the Meurthe-et-Moselle region and is a member the Radical Party.
Finnish singer-songwriter (The 69 Eyes).
Venezuela -- Infielder (Pittsburgh Pirates)
German screenwriter and actor
Milwaukee, Wisconsin -- 10k runner
German bodybuilder and trainer (d.2013)
French wine expert, taster, and sommelier, was bestowed the Order of Agricultural Merit (French : Ordre du MA(c).rite Agricole).
An Italian astronaut was a participant in 2002's Soyez Expedition, where a wealthy South African tourist was also aboard.
Brazilian comedy actress.
Suriname -- Dutch soccer goaltender (Ajax / PSV)
Lakewood, California -- WPVA volleyballer (US Open - 1992)
French serial killer, French homicide perpetrator. He was nicknamed "The Beast of the Bastille."
American film star financial manager. His loft-styled loft in Soho, New York, was a popular hang-out for young stars like Leonardo DiCaprio and Winona Ryder, Courteney Copx, Courteney Colx, Matt Damon, Courteney Colex, Courteney Kox, Courteney Cooperx, and Ben Affleck many of whom were his clients. He was The Man of The Hour, with each party being better than the …
San Francisco, California -- Cyclist (1996 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
American-Egyptian accused of kidnapping his children in Egypt on August 23, 2001. Wissa is said to have taken the children to Egypt and Cuba to escape an American arrest warrant. Wissa was once a venture capitalist and was later sued by Cornelia Streeter, his ex-wife. She sought $1 million in damages. According to the original lawsuit, WissaaEUR (tm)'s mother Enid …
Russian singer-songwriter/guitarist (Nautilus pompilius).
American-born, femme fatale, whose affair with David Blunkett, a British politician, caused scandal in the UK in 2004. After the breakup in summer 2004, it was so severe that allegations were circulating that Blunkett had used his position as a nanny to obtain two visas. Quinn's son Quinn, who is two years old, was also questioned about his paternity.
Famous birthdays on October 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
An American chef was once called the "gastronomical equivalent of Elvis" by his fans. He went on to become a star on his TV cooking shows, Emeril Live and Emeril. New Orleans restaurateur Lagasse specializes in Cajun and Creole dishes, as well as fresh natural ingredients. Lagasse, who owns six restaurants in New Orleans, has written five cookbooks and won …
American screenwriter and actor
Duchess of York
English keyboard player (The Orb & Transit Kings).
British family. The younger of the two daughters of Major Ronald Ferguson and Susan Barrantes. She was a polo-playing friend of Prince Philip and was the youngest of two daughters. Prince Andrew was named "Fergie" and she married him on 7/23/1986. She is a commoner with a redhead, bubbly personality, and a Rubenesque physique. Her razor-sharp wit, unabashed outspokenness and …
London, England -- Duchess Of York
Author and journalist in English-French
Indian-American actress and producer
Powell Peralta, a co-founder and producer of American skateboarders and a businessman, was also co-founded by Powell Peralta
Producer and director of Scottish actors
Paraguay -- Tennis star
New York, USA. Actress (Charlie's Angels Sheena).
English illustrator and author
Vancouver, British Columbia -- Playmate (Oct, 1977)
Jere, an American actor, is known for his roles in sitcoms such as "Dear John", starring Judd Hirsch, where he plays the charming Kirk. He also played Frank Alfano, a eager-to please station manager, on "Good Morning, Miami." He was the lead male role in "Something So Right", in which he played the father of a blended family. He was …
Princess Friederike of Hanover
Princess of Great Britain & Ireland, Duchess de Brunswick-Luneburg
English academic and physicist
Canadian alpine skier
The Tallis Scholars was founded by The Tallis Scholars, an English musicologist and conductor.
American tennis player. He was ranked third in the U.S. in 1979. He was a semi-finalist at the U.S. Open and was runner-up behind Borg. He won the 1971 Amateur Singles title and the 1977 Australia Singles Championship. His income was supplemented by advertising for sporting equipment.
English screenwriter and actor
Scottish singer, acoustic folk singer, revolutionary socialist. He is best known for his song, Roaring Jack, which was a folk punk band.
French contemporary painter. Part of the Figuration Libre movement (Free figuration), of the 1980s. It is the French equivalent to Neo-expressionism in America or Europe and Bad Painting, Junge Wilde Germany, and Transvanguardia Italy.
Armenian chess grandmaster
French economist, analyst, politician, and academic. Since 2009, he has been Professor of Industrial Economics at National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts.
Coach and actor for Filipino basketball players
Washington, DC -- Rock vocalist (Angel)
American porn producer and director (d. 2015).
Dutch MP (PvdA)
Argent / Irish rock singer (Lady In Red)
Famous birthdays on October 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Indian broadcaster and journalist, economist, founded NDTV
Filipino lawyer, he was the 23rd Chief Judge of the Supreme Court of the Philippines. After being appointed by President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo on April 9, 2002, he served as Associate Justice and then as Chief Justice on May 12, 2010, respectively. He was impeached on December 12, 2011 by the House of Representatives. He was found guilty by Senate …
Argentinian-born British Irish singer-songwriter and pianist
He is a French tennis monitor, pianist, and pop singer. He has returned to the stage with some friends in the Stars 80 Tour through France, after a bout of depression caused by alcohol.
French writer, former commissioner divisional of police; this is the first time in French history that a woman has held this post.
East St. Louis, Illinois -- Actress (Cat People, Crazies)
Czech drummer (The Primitives Group Life After Life and Energit).
Turkish singer-songwriter and actress
American musician and member of the popular brother-sister singing group "The Carpenters", who sold millions of hits records in the early 1970s. After learning classical piano at Yale, he began piano lessons at the age of 12 and moved to Downey in 1963 with his family. In 1965, he formed his first band. It was a jazz-pop instrumental trio that …
Connecticut, USA; vocalist. (Carpenters – "Close to You".
Calcutta (India) -- Actor (A Passage to India).
American baseball player and sportscaster
Egyptian-American television producer. He started in the business as a promoter and booking agent. Shuki Levi, his pal who he grew-up in Israel, moved to France where he became a recording artist. Saban followed Shuki Levi to France as his manager, and soon established his own record label in Paris.
Albanian politician and cardiologist 2nd President of Albania
Third-generation German astrologer is regarded as one the most innovative and scientifically orientated astrologers in Germany.
Nobel Prize laureate for the Irish lawyer and politician, 3rd First Minister of Northern Ireland
Austrian professional astrologer and software developer, director of the astrology school 'Sarastro College. Fraiss was a software engineer at the Vienna communal computer center from 1982 to 1982 and an independent astrologer ever since. The successful astrology software Sarastro was developed by Fraiss. Its name also reflects his love of Mozart and opera. Fraiss is actively involved in making astrology …
American actress and film director. She is best known for her role as "Laverne," the TV series that aired on America's No. 1 TV station, "Laverne and Shirley." The 1977-1978 season was the #1-rated show. She was the first female director to gross over $100 million at box office. Her films include "Jumpin' Jack Flash", "Big", "Awakenings," and "The Preacher's …
French singer-songwriter, born to a Tibetan mother. He was a Solist and became famous with "Le monde est grise, le monde est bleu". His duets with Annie Gautrat (aka Stone) made him most popular: "Made In Normandy "... He co-created the musical "Mayflower", with Guy Bontempelli, in 1975. It was a huge success worldwide, even in the USA. He was …
British animator, cartoonist and film maker. He created a series of children's cartoons for Disney, and also animated "The Little Mermaid".
American football player. He passed away on the 9th of July 2010.
American professional astrologer, he has been a student of natal and Placidian tropical for over three decades. He also researches historical figures and events with a particular emphasis on the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and early Christianity. He is currently a clerk at a classic CD store and the former manager of Berkeley's Sphinx Bookshop from 1988/89.
English rugby player and coach
Italian TV presenter, announcer and actress on RAI (Radiotelevisione italiana), from the 1960s through the 1990s.
Nobel Prize winner for immunologist and surgeon in Australia
Famous birthdays on October 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
German screenwriter and actress. Her TV role in "Love Boat", the German version ("Traumschiff") is her most well-known.
Italy -- Light middleweight fighter (1960 Olympics - Silver Medalist).
French business executive.
US gospel / R&B singer (Move 2 mountains)
American guitarist and songwriter (Ohio Players). (d.2008)
Nigerian singer-songwriter/saxophonist (d. 1997)
Iranian royalty; the wife to the Shah of Iran. She was born to a prominent social family. She was a great student and well-educated in private schools. She majored in math and science, and then went to Paris to study architecture. They met Shaw in 1959 and were soon engaged. Shaw was recently divorced. Shaw and she were married on …
At 54, US soul singer "You Got What It Takes" dies.
American singer, pianist and songwriter who struggles to fit into any one category. He was an early 1960s performer in New Orleans with a bouncy piano and sing-along melodies. His voice was whiny when he first appeared. His lyrics were whimsical and arch with sarcastic commentary on love and freedom. His eccentricity was too much to be accepted by Broadway …
American actress, director and producer
American businessman (d.2012)
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (The New Christy Minstrels).
French actor. Since 1966, he has appeared in over 100 films.
3rd Baron Baden-Powell South African-English Businessman
Brownsville, Texas -- Sprinter (1956 Olympics- 3 Gold Medals).
Amdahl is an American company headed by a CEO and accountant. It is a mainframe manufacturer that competes directly with IBM. Lewis was interested in merchandise marketing, and he graduated college with a BS in Accounting.
American runner, a gold medalist in track and field at the Olympics.
English trumpet player
Indian flute player (d.2015)
Fontenoy le Chateau Politician
Massachusetts, USA; actor. (Bracken's World, Rituals).
American drug lord
Estonian composer and guitarist
Nevada, USA; actress (Ellie-Joy Bishop Show Falcon Crest).
American baseball player and coach (d.2012)
American pianist and singer
Eleventh President, India
Iranian philosopher (d. 2000).
Nigerian singer / saxophonist
Paris, France -- Actor (Night Porter, Leonardo da Vinci)
Belgian-Iranian basketball player philosopher and diplomat (d. 2000)
Famous birthdays on October 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Italian airline executive and former Air Force officer. He died from a heart attack in Cannes, France, on the evening of February 9, 1993.
American accountant and CEO at Cooper Tire and Rubber. Gorr graduated with a BBA and worked his way up from a slow-talking delegator to become an accountant.
Serbian poet, novelist, and translator. He is the author of "Dictionary of the Khazars", his first novel in 1984, "Landscape with Tea" (1988), and "Last Love in Constantinople” (1994).
Indian businessman and philanthropist (d.2015)
American professional baseball player. He was a left-handed pitcher who played in Major League Baseball from 1952 to 1969 for the Boston Red Sox and Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds and San Francisco Giants. For his quiet nature, he was affectionately called "Gabby" among his teammates.
French philosopher and educator. He was a teacher at ClermantFerrand, Paris, and was appointed to the chair in the History of Systems of Thought, College of France, 1970. In 1971, he explored social attitudes towards madness in "Madness and Civilization". His books include "The Archaeology of Knowledge", 1972. Foucault looked at the assumptions that define knowledge and acceptable discourse.
American actress. She was selected for a campus contest that led to Hollywood, where she signed a contract with 20th Century Fox. She appeared in many roles in films during the 1950s, starting with her 1952 debut. Her films include "Captain From Castile", "Viva Zapata", 1952, "Three Coins in the Fountain", 1954, and "A Man Called Peter," 1956.
American novelist (Born in 1926)
American diplomat and ambassador to Saudi Arabia between 1973-1976. He was the Director of Fuels and Energy for the State Department in 1968, at the time of his assignment to Saudi Arabia. He was the department's foremost expert on energy-related issues and had given his foresighted warning about 1973's oil embargo. Akins was fired in 1975 after clashes with Henry …
German conductor and organist (d. 1981).
British musician and host of children's TV shows. Hart hosted the children's programs "Take Hart", "Hartbeat", and "Vision On," which were the first programs specifically for deaf children.
Spanish actress (d.2012)
American-French guitarist (Mickey & Sylvia) (d. 2012)
American self-made man who rose to the top of the Ford Motor Co. He was the American dream's embodiment, the son of Italian immigrants. Iacocca is a remarkable example of America's love affair after WW II with the automobile. He is also impulsively energetic and self-confident. He was practical and pugnacious, and he did it all by himself.
Actor (Sarek Star Trek), dies at 68 from cancer
New York, USA: The orchestra leader (Andy Williams Show).
American screenwriter and director
Italian writer and noted author who dominated the literary scene following the war. His earlier pieces, written in his 20s, are much more attractive than his later work. His books "Italian Folktales", and "Mr. Palomar."
American activist and journalist (d. 2013).
Italian screenwriter and director of cinema, considered one the most imaginative realists in Italian cinema of the 1960s.
Spanish politician and journalist (d. 2010).
American author and historian (d. 2013).
American government executive, president of American Council of Life Insurance, married once and had four children.
French politician and journalist who died 30 August 2008.
Norwegian economist. He received his doctorate in 1961. From 1961 to 1992, he was Professor of Distribution Economics at the University of Oslo. He was also the State Conciliator for Norway 1965-1974. He served as a consultant to the Norwegian Nobel Committee from 1959-1983.
NYC, New York -- Novelist, Godfather, Cotton Club and Earthquake
Romanian table tennis player (World Champ 1950-1955).
German scientist and psychiatrist. On November 1, 1989, he died from thyroid cancer.
American actor, mostly in B pictures during the 1940s and '50s. Rockwell is best remembered for his role in the TV series "Our Miss Brooks," which aired from 1952 to 1956. He passed away January 25, 2003.
Turkish-French screenwriter and producer (d. 2002).
American screenwriter and author (d. 1999).
American actor and sportscaster (d. 2012).
Actress from Hong Kong, English (d. 1968).
Famous birthdays on October 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Brits sci-fi author (Earth Is Heaven, Earthfall).
American balloonist and atmospheric scientist (d. 1985).
Moyenneville Military man
American race car driver
American writer, Jerome Lawrence's collaborator, to form the successful company Lawrence and Lee, Inc. They wrote plays for TV, radio and film. They are known as the "thinking man’s playwrights" and began working together in 1942.
ChA(c)lon sur SaA(c)ne Journalist
Ohio, United States -- Historian (1946 Pulitzer Age of Jackson).
American trombonist and educator (Glenn Miller Orchestra), (d. 2013).
American actress (Born 1917).
American historian and writer who won two Pulitzer prizes in 1945 for "The Age Of Jackson" and 1966 for "A Thousand Days: JFK Inside The White House". He was the youngest of the two sons of Elizabeth Bancroft, and Arthur Meier Schlesinger. Arthur Meier Schlesinger is a man who is known as the dean among American historians. His father was …
Brazilian royal family, grandson of the Empress of Brazil, Isabel. He was exiled to Paris. Dom Joao is a Brazilian businessman. His father was Isabel's child Dom Pedro d'Alcantara.
American publication of a gay newsletter
American trumpet player and bandleader (d.2007)
Australian critic and author
France Military man
King of Afghanistan (Born 1914).
Afghan king (d. 2007)
German commander (d. 1945)
Gestapo chief (Lyon)
French psychiatrist who created and implemented the psychiatric section policy. He said that aEURoeA society can be judged by how it treats its mental patients. He died 14 March 2003.
French production designer and director of art.
The Archbishop of Auch, a French Catholic clergyman.
American singer and pianist (d.2007)
French stage, film, and voice actor
Germany -- Sci-fi author (Lion Game)
Japanese-American diplomat and scholar United States Ambassador to Japan (d. 90)
She was a member of the French Communist Party and had fought for the Resistance in 1930. Louis Althusser killed her in 1980 during one of his psychotic episodes.
Famous birthdays on October 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
American Astronomer (d. 2002).
Wake County, North Carolina -- Newscaster
American astronomer (d. 2002).
Economist (Affluent Society-58 Hillman Award)
American pianist (d. 1967).
Canadian-American diplomat and economist 7th United States Ambassador in India (d. 2006).
American journalist and author (d. 1967).
US Cardinal (1969-1988) / Archbishop Of Detroit
Newsday, an American journalist and publisher, was co-founded by a U.S. journalist (d. 1963).
American singer-songwriter/pianist (d. 1976).
Former U.S. Former U.S. Senator (Born in 1906)
English author and chemist (d. 1980).
Scottish entrepreneur, chartered accountant and company director. Hutchison has been the Chairman of British Oxygen Co.
British financier / multi-millionaire (Hodge Group)
Spokane (Washington) -- Vocalist (Southernaires).
Spanish novelist and playwright who wrote mostly humor.
German writer (Big Cats)
Actor, screenwriter and director (Quo Vadis) dies at 86
Berlin, Germany -- Actor (Jack Benny Show at the Circus).
Italy sport Champion
American actor, director, and producer (d. 1987).