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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on April 16th

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on April 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

  • Belgian royal family member, fourth child and second daughter born to Prince Philippe, heir to the Belgian throne, and his wife Mathilde.


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on April 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on April 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Juliette Marquis

    Ukrainian actress and model, ballerina

  • American professional wrestler.

  • American accident fatality. He was 11 years old when he was killed in a skiing accident on 3/21/1992. He was on a ski club trip and went off the trail, hitting a tree. He died shortly afterwards at the hospital. He was an honors student and was a good kid all around.

  • Wisconsin; actor (Nick - Ellen Burstyn Show).

1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on April 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • Dutch Formula One driver

  • Luke Evans
  • Argentinian-English footballer

  • Canadian singer/songwriter and painter. She released two EPs entitled "Dawn Langstroth", and "No Mercy", respectively, and her debut album "Highwire", in 2009. Langstroth is Anne Murray's daughter and Bill Langstroth, her ex-husband. Langstroth was a television producer. Dawn is the second child of the couple. Her brother William was three at the time she was born.

  • New Zealand rugby player

  • American basketball player: Forward/Guard, Raptors

  • German singer-songwriter/drummer (Oomph!)

  • California, United States -- Actress Lauren-Charlie & Company

  • NFL defensive tackle (Miami Dolphins).

  • Pop Singer

1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on April 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • French-born Swiss skipper. He started sailing with his parents at age 4. Nine years later, he was able to navigate all over the globe. In 1994 and 1998, he won the "Route du Rhum", succeeding to Florence Arthaud. He was referred to as "Le petit Princede l'Atlantique", and pioneered modern navigation.

  • NFL running back (Chicago Bears).

  • Norwegian drummer (Farmers Market)

  • French director of documentary films on politics, history and sociology.

  • American singer and the youngest member of Osmond's singing family. She is a devout Mormon. Jimmy was born in California, where his family had already moved to California. They were beginning to build a reputation for their singing group. Jimmy was nine years old when he voiced one of the characters in a cartoon series. His debut date was 9/09/1972. …

  • China -- Tennis star

  • Utah, USA. Singer (Donnie and Marie).

  • Italian notable family, daughter of actress catherine Spaak and fabrizio capucci.

  • Pakistani cricketer

  • American musician (Fugazi & Minor Threat).

  • American singer, guitarist, and founder of record label. MacKaye was a singer for Washington D.C.'s punk bands Teen Idles, Minor Threat and co-founded Dischord Records in 1981. MacKaye, a champion of the Do It-Yourself ethos and co-founded Fugazi, one of the most influential independent groups of the 1990s.

  • French Astrologer, Author of "L'Astrologie Et l'Aatre Du Verseau" ((2000)

  • American politician and economist

  • Italian journalist


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on April 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • French road racing champion, twice winner of ParisaEUR'Roubaix (1985 and 1991). He retired from racing in 1994 and is best known for his role as the director sportif of FDJ (a UCI ProTour bicycle team).

  • French storm chaser, author of "Traqueur d'orages", (Storm Tracking)

  • American artist and illustrator

  • Swedish guitarist (Oscar Peterson Tro)

  • English director and photographer

  • The director of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney, a Scottish-Australian arts leader, is now the director of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA). He has contributed to the MCA's national profile through the inclusion of exhibitions from abroad.

  • Peruvian historian and professor at university. His pioneering contributions to Peru's history of medicine, and public health have made him a household name. He was an associate professor at Columbia University (1991); Visiting professor of the first cycle at the Venezuelan Institute for Scientific Research (1993); assistant professor of history of public and health at the Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia

  • Belgian philosopher and academic (d.2009)

  • Michel Blanc

    French actor and director, known for his portrayal of hypochondriacs and losers (in "Les BronzA"s), but also in more serious roles such as "Mr Hire". He was a member of the Splendid troup.

  • American football coach

  • Actor (Jimmy The Gent, Jealousy) dies at 82

  • St. Louis, Missouri -- US fencer (1988, 92, 96 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)

  • American politician

  • American actor best known for his role in the movie Gun-Toting Sgt. Eugene Tackleberry, in the Police Academy movie series.

  • Ohio, USA; actor. (Police Academy 2, 3, 4 and 6, Councilman Nash -- He's the Mayor.

  • Canadian politician and businessman

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on April 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • He was a French track and field athlete. He participated in all Olympics between 1968 and 1984. He won the Paris Marathon as a long-distance runner.

  • Belgian teacher and school administrator. He was elected to lead the University of Leuven (also known as the Catholic University of Leuven), Belgium, on May 24, 2005.

  • Finnish actress and director

  • American writer and author of "Stubborn Child": A Memoir. His story is more than an American tragedy. It's a universal tragedy. As a child, he was beat by his father and by seven years old he had been admitted to a mental institution as a "stubborn" child. His mom had him first committed the crime under an old statute, which …

  • American lawyer with a brilliant career that ended in scandal of frauds and graft. Siegel, who was the first child of four children, was the son of a shoe salesman and an achiever. He graduated high school with distinction and helped pay for college. In 1969, he graduated with a degree as chemical engineer. He then reaffirmed his position and …

  • Mexican pro-astrologer and ex-scientist, who can be seen on Mexican television and is frequently published in Mexico and South America.

  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

    American basketball star, collegiate champion, who got his professional start in 1969 with the Milwaukee Braves. He was named the Most Outstanding Player for the 1970-1971 season. He grew up to 7'2" after his parents were both over 6' tall. Abdul-Jabbar enjoys jazz and privacy. Abdul-Jabbar had a $41.75million home in Bel Air, CA that he earned around $2 million …

  • Scottish singer, folk and pop singer, guitarist, and songwriter. Rafferty is most well-known for his work as a member of "Stealers Wheel." Their hit single, "Stuck in the Middle With You," was an international success.

  • Catherine Allégret

    French actress, adopted by her second husband, Yves Montand, as a French actress. She was a supporting actor in many films, including "Lady L", and "The Sleeping Car Murder."

  • American leader in Pagan Spirituality Movement and Goddess. She was a Wicca priestess for 18 year and was an Elder in the Covenant of the Goddess. She also served as a Board Member of "Cuups" (the "Cuups"), and the author of "Drawing Down the Moon," which is a classic study of modern Paganism. Adler is a National Public Radio correspondent …

  • American flute player

  • Flemish astrologer, who founded VZW Uranus, the Flemish Astrology School, on June 17th 1989 with Bea Celis and Lea Van Bulck, and her husband Raymond Daelman. She got her own TV show, 'Sterrenkijken', on VTM in the 1990's. She and her husband split in 1997 after a series of arguments. In 2002, she published the astrology book "Astrologische Basis Cursus". …

  • British opera conductor

  • Peruvian socioologist, politician, journalist and professor. He is a member of the Christian Left. He studied sociology at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru's Faculty of Social Sciences (1966-1970). He received a Masters degree in Development Policy and Planning at the University Bielefeld, Germany. Since 2001, he has been a consultant to the National Fund of Social Property (1982-1985). He …

  • Common Ground was co-founded by Common Ground, an English academic and environmentalist.


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on April 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • French journalist, historian and essayist.

  • Bobby Vinton

    American pop music singer with a Polish and Lithuanian heritage. He is known in pop music circles as "The Polish Prince Of Poch", because his music is a tribute to his Polish heritage. His most well-known song, "Blue Velvet", which is a cover of Tony Bennett’s 1951 song, peaked at No. It ranked No. 1 on the renamed Billboard Pop …

  • Swedish boxer (d. 2013)

  • American actress (d.2010)

  • German poet and author (d.2013)

  • Australian music impresario and entrepreneur. He was instrumental in the establishment of the careers of artists like Mick Jagger and Eric Clapton. Stigwood was the first British independent record producer to release the John Leyton song, "Johnny Remember Me".

  • British-American journalist and radio host, with reports dating back to 1963. His show is rated first in New York's time slot. Jackson's talk radio show has attracted celebrities, politicians and other news-makers. In 1984, he was awarded the Golden Mike Award. Queen Elizabeth II awarded the broadcaster the Most Excellent Order of The British Empire in 1988. He was joined …

  • British editor (Financial Times)

  • British broadcaster


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on April 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • American composer, arranger, conductor, writer, and composer. He created memorable melodies such as "Moon River" in Blake Edward's "Breakfast at Tiffany's". Mancini was a universally loved composer and conductor who produced a lot of film music. He won four Oscars as well as 20 Grammy Awards. Mancini was awarded the Oscars for "Moon River," 1962 and "Days of Wine and …

  • Ohio, USA; composer/conductor ("The Pink Panther")

  • British industrialist (d. 2008)

  • English academic and businessman (d.2008)

  • American musician Bill Haley and His Comets (Born in 1926)

  • British actor, who won two Best Supporting Actor Oscars in 1960 for his roles as Spartacus and Tapkapi. He was also nominated, but didn't win, an Oscar for his performance as Quo Vadis in 1951. He was not only a film star, but also won an Emmy for his role in "The Life Of Samuel Johnson," 1957. Ustinov was an …

  • German historian and author (d. 2014.)

  • American judge and lawyer (d. 2015).


1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on April 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • American choreographer, dancer, innovator, and leader of avant-gardists. He was one of Martha Graham's most talented protA(c]gA(c), and he founded his company in 1952. He was regarded as a pioneer in modern dance and was admired by young people.

  • Italian singer (d. 2011)

  • Mexican architect designed Tijuana Cultural Centre and National Museum of Anthropology (d.2013).

  • English geometer (d. 2005)

  • American businessman and heir to the Tovrea fortune. He is the son of Philip Tovrea, his first wife, and was born in New York.

  • Spike Milligan

    British writer and director. He is best known for his "The Goon Show" radio series that began on 5/28/1951. It featured Spike Milligan and Peter Sellers as well as Harry Decombe, Harry Decombe, Michael Bentine, and Harry Decombe. He is the son of a British soldier and was born in India, Burma, and Ceylon. He arrived in England in 1933. …

  • English race car driver (d. 2010)

  • Chinese-American monk, author (d. 1995).

  • Lithuanian-American businessman, philanthropist (d.2014)

  • 18th Duchess Medinaceli (d.2013)

  • American editor and Editor in Chief for American Astrology. Began tenure in February 1953 as an editor, and retired in 1984. Author of "A Way Out From In," an inspirational collection. Joanne and her husband Paul transformed AA from a small journal into a popular magazine. They published the works of many prominent astrologers like Cyril Fagan, Donald Bradley (a.k.a …

  • John Hodiak

    American actor who started his career in radio and film. He was first a radio actor in Chicago, before he signed a contract with MGM. He was first cast in 1943's film "Lifeboat". This was his big break. He was also seen in "Marriage Is A Private Affair" 1944 and "A Bell for Adano" 1945, both movies based on John …

  • France sport Champion

  • American professional astrologer and writer. She was a brilliant historian and a skilled astrologer. She was one of the pioneers of Humanistic Astrology and also recognized the importance of configurations.

  • American journalist and author

  • American medical writer (d. 1994).

  • French diplomat who served as his country's Ambassador in the USA (1965-1972), and Italy (1972-1975).

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on April 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • Flemish literature historian.

  • Boulogne-Billt Journalist

  • Costa Rican writer and painter, known for his abstract paintings, he was one of the first to introduce contemporary art into their country. In 1963, he was awarded the Achilles J. EcheverrAa National Paint Prize and the National Prize of CultureMagon, which is the highest award in Costa Rican culture. He was also one of the founders in 1961 of …

  • France sport Champion

  • French jazz bandleader. His orchestra, "Ray Ventura and ses collA(c),giens", is well-known.

  • Senior American activist and businessman (d. 2004).

  • American baseball manager and player (d. 1965).

  • Vannes EXecutives

  • Pithiuiers physician

  • Andrea Palma

    Guadalupe Bracho PA (c)rez-GavilA!!n, also known as Andrea Palma, was a Mexican television and film actress. After her role in La Mujer del Puerto (1934), she was the first Mexican female star.

  • American victim of homicide who was murdered by a sex-maniac in her New York apartment.

  • Russia -- Bordello proprieter/author (House Is Not a Home).

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