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

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on January 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010

  • British royalty. She is the second child and second-daughter of Lord Frederick Windsor (born 5 Aug 1980, London). Prince and Princess Michael of Kent have only one son, Lord Frederick.

2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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


1979 - 1970

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

  • American singer, dancer, actress, and model. She was born in Brooklyn, New York, and raised in Detroit, Michigan. At the age of 10, she appeared on the television show Star Search and performed in concert alongside Gladys Knight. At age 12, Aaliyah signed with Jive Records and her uncle Barry Hankerson's Blackground Records. Hankerson introduced her to R. Kelly, who …

  • Trent Ford
  • American basketball player

  • Israeli judoka

  • Spanish actress and theatre performer, who played the role as the Spanish roommate in L'Auberge Espagnole (2002 Spanish Apartment) and its sequel CA(c),ric Klapisch's Les PoupA(c).es russes (2005 Russian Dolls).

  • A pole vaulter from France, who set his personal record (5.80m) at a Lausanne meet on 25 August 1998. His twin brother Taoufik, a pole vaulter, is also his personal best (5.72 metres). Both were students at Polytechnique, Paris, France (a well-known institution in engineering).

  • French pole vaulter, twin brother to Khalid Lachheb who is also a pole vaulter.

  • American actress

  • American creator of visual effects

  • English model. Sarah Doukas, founder Storm Model Management at JFK Airport, New York City, discovered her at the age of 14 in 1988.

  • One of four sons of entrepreneur Nicola Trussardi, an Italian family of noted people. Francesco, his father, died in an automobile accident on 1/26/2003.

  • American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Mastodon).

  • TV Actor

  • Josh Evans

    American actor, and a well-known family member, is the son of Bob Evans and Ali McGraw. He was part of a new generation of filmmakers and wrote, directed, and starred as "The Price of Air", 2000. It is a gritty underground story set in Los Angeles. EvanaEUR(tm), who also has credits for "Inside the Goldmine", and "Glam," are some of …

  • Spanish tennis player. He has been a professional tennis player since 1988. In 1998, he reached the quarterfinals of the Seat Godo Opens and the Mallorca Opens. He reached the finals of the French Open in 1997 for the third time, but was unable claim the title.

  • Suriname -- Dutch soccer player (Feyenoord).

  • American screenwriter and producer of actor actors

  • NFL defensive end (San Francisco 49ers).


1969 - 1960

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

  • Italian homicide, serial killer Wolfgang Abel (b. He set fire to a rehabilitation dormitory for drug addicts, along with Wolfgang Abel (b. March 25, 1959). Two churchgoers were killed and a monk was stabbed to death by the group on 7/20/1982. They set fire to a porno-film house by red-lighting it on 5/14/1983. They set fire to a gay sex …

  • French cartoonist and manga artist.

  • Politician

1959 - 1950

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

  • American politician. He was a former television journalist and businessman before entering politics. He was the Dem. After serving on several committees, including Education and Labor, Government Operations and Youth and Family, he was elected Wisconsin Representative in 1991.

  • Canadian actor

  • The Order was founded by an American militant (d. 1984).

  • American neo Nazi (d. 1984).

  • Debbie Allen

    American actress and dancer, younger sister to Phylicia Rashad. Debbie, Debbie's more accomplished and versatile sister, started dancing at the age of five. She was the Houston Foundation for BalletA1's first black dancer in 1964. She was then raped by a judge at an audition for North Carolina School of Arts two years later. He told her her body wasn't …

  • Texas, USA; actress/dancer (3 Girls 3, Lydia) - Fame

  • Japanese-born singer who was part of the influential 1970's German underground rock band CAN. He sang for three years, starting in 1970.

  • American comedian actor and producer (d.2010)

1949 - 1940

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

  • American director of "Dark Star", "Halloween", 1978, and "Starman", 1984. The movie "Halloween" was made on a $300,000 budget and grossed $60,000,000. It was the most successful independent film of its time. Carpenter wrote the screenplay and composed music for this movie and five subsequent sequels.

  • John Carpenter

    American director of "Dark Star", "Halloween", 1978, and "Starman", 1984. The movie "Halloween" was made on a $300,000 budget and grossed $60,000,000. It was the most successful independent film of its time. Carpenter wrote the screenplay and composed music for this movie and five subsequent sequels.

  • American writer. He is the author of "Tender At the Bone" 1998 and "Comfort Me with Apples." Reichl is now the editor-in-chief of Gourmet magazine. Reichl was formerly a restaurant critic at The New York Times and a former food editor at The Los Angeles Times.

  • Estonian general

  • Canadian snooker player

  • Laura Schlessinger

    American radio personality and counselor. The Dr. Laura Perspective Magazine is her publication. It contains information, advice, and solutions. She focuses on family, children, morality, religion, and other topics. HarperCollins 2000, "Parenthood by Proxy" is one of her books.

  • Screenwriter/actress (Bastienne Bastien) dies at 42

  • American political activist

  • French composer of experimental music, a teacher and theoretician of audio-visual relationships. His book "LaEUR(tm)audio-vision. Son et Image au CinA(c)ma, originally published in France in 90, has been critically acclaimed as being the definitive book about the relationship between sound and image in film.

  • Baroness Murphy English politician and academic

  • California, USA; Captain US Navy/astronaut (STS 41-D, 29, 39).

  • American singer-songwriter

  • Indian actor

  • French film critic, writer, filmmaker, and actor. He has contributed to magazines such as Vampirella and Sex Stars System, Zoom (1969-1976), MA (c)tal hurlant), L'A%0cho des savanes. Penthouse, Lui. Hara-Kiri. Paris Match. From 1978 to 1986, he was Fascination's editor-in-chief for thirty issues. He was a participant in Jean-Jacques Lebel's happenings and worked alongside Roland Lethem and A%0tienne OaEUR (tm)Leary.

  • American lawyer, indicted on 10/01/1992 for 29 counts bank fraud and 29 false statements. A Cambridge law firm was a group of independent contractors who worked together with layers of protection (deniability). Walsh was a developer, broker and lender as well as buyer, seller, and closing attorney for real estate deals during the "get-rich-quick" '80s. He "sold" 380 condo units …

  • Dutch manager and footballer

  • Kabir Bedi

    Actor (Thief, Terminal Entry)

  • American choreographer and ballet master since 1975. Gladstein worked at the San Francesco Ballet Co. and American Ballet Co. as well as Sacramento Civic Ballet, Pacific Northwest Dance Co. and American Ballet Co. As an assistant choreographer, Gladstein was part of the "Romeo and Juliet", a segment of "Dance in America".

  • English-American academic and composer

  • Country Singer

  • English double bassist and composer

  • Canadian singer and manager (of Ginette Renovo and then Dion's one), of Syrian and Lebanese origin, he married CA(c]line Dion on 17/12/1994. He had six children, three with CA(c),line.

  • Richard Bohringer

    French-Senegalese singer, actor, poet, and father to actress Romane Bohringer. His films include "Diva", "Subway". He was married once.

  • French politician and Member for the European Parliament for the AZle-de-France. She is a member the Union for a Popular Movement (part of the European People's Party). Fontaine served as President of the European Parliament between 1999 and 2001. She was replaced by Pat Cox, a member of the European Liberal, Democrat and Reform Party, according to an agreement made …

  • American Country-Western singer, raised in Texas. Lynn started writing songs when she was a teenager. She longed to be the female Elvis Presley. She was a left-hander who learned to play the guitar and had enough songs by the time that she graduated from Hebert High School, 1960. Huey P. Meaux was a music entrepreneur who saw her in a …

  • American singer, "You'll Lose A Good Thing", dies.


1939 - 1930

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

  • American singer, author, professor at community colleges, and Arizona's official historian. He is also the director of Southwest Studies at Scottsdale Community College.

  • American photographer

  • American singer (d. 2013)

  • Producer of theater and film (From Russia with Love)

  • American race car driver who has the longest winning streak in the Indianapolis 500. Foyt is the only man to have won the Indy 500, Daytona 500 stock car race, and the 24 Hours of Le Mans. His courage, stamina, and skill made him a legend with 172 major wins. From 1958 to 1992, he ran in 35 consecutive 500s.

  • American race car driver

  • German footballer manager and sportscaster (d.2015)

  • Celebrity

  • American opera singer, with rare coloratura ability in voices lower than soprano, who earned an exceptional reputation in Europe prior to her spectacular debut in America in 1960. In 1982, she was awarded the first Golden Plaque award by the Rossini Foundation. It describes her as the "greatest singer in the world".

  • American executive, Chairman and CEO of Sears, Roebuck Co. His grandfather and father were Sears men all his adult lives. Brennan was once referred to as the "Captain Marvel" of merchandising, in recognition of his sales and promotion genius.

  • Politician

  • Boston, Massachusetts -- Composer

  • American writer, essayist, and critic, who has won numerous awards. She is a prolific writer and has written 17 books, including four novels, short stories, essays, and a book of short stories. Her books have been translated in 32 languages. She wrote plays and tried her hand at directing them. She was awarded the National Book Critics Circle Award, the …

  • Texas farmer and health-foods advocate, Arrowhead Mills was established in 1960 by Arrowhead Mills. It is the largest natural foods wholesaler within the United States. His native Hereford is the home of Deaf Smith Country west of Amarillo, Texas Panhandle. Arrowhead Mills removes all impurities from wheat and corn, and does not use pesticides.

  • At 53, Zoologist (Gorillas In The Mist) was murdered

  • French screenwriter and film director. Between 1956 and 1997, he directed ten films. His first short film, LA(c)on La lune, was awarded the Prix Jean Vigo in 1957. His first feature film, La vie A. l'envers (1963), was his directorial debut. It won Best First Film at the 1964 Venice Film Festival. His 1967 film Jeu de massacre, which he …

  • Romanian chess player (d.83)


1929 - 1920

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

  • French journalist and economist.

  • American lawyer, author, politician, and social activist, who was also a tireless strategist in politics. He earned his law degree in 1958 and became well-known for his civil rights cases. He was also the author of "Brutal Mandat", which describes his trip to South Africa in 1962. He was a North Carolina State teacher in 1963. He organized and supported …

  • Composer

  • Japanese actor

  • American jazz drummer. Professionally, he used both his first names Granville & Wilbert. He is also credited with various names and initials on albums.

  • Spanish (Aragonese soprano, best known for her opera interpretations and Spanish genre Zarzuela. She was also a soprano for having a full register, a youthful sound, and a distinct vibrato.

  • Composer

  • American journalist historian and author

  • Aircraft designer

  • Local politician

  • Multiple birth in Australia, twin brother to Bruce Parsons. He was the most active of the twins.

  • Multiple birth Australian twin brother to Billy Parsons who died from pneumonia at the age of two years, eight and a half. He was the passive twin.

  • Indian composer and director (d. 2007).


1919 - 1910

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

  • American producer and screenwriter

  • French actor who starred in over sixty films between 1945-1996.

  • Dutch poet and educator (d.2005)

  • Swedish producer director and production manager (d.2009)

  • Australian politician and surveyor, 8th Lord Mayor Brisbane (d. 2007).

  • Carl's Jr. hamburger chain was founded (Born 1917).

  • American actor and writer, who spent over 25 years at Warner Bros' script department. He was a friend of Charles Laughton, Elsa Lanchester, and an alcoholic.

  • Chicago, Illinois -- Actor (Nick-Phil Silvers Show)

  • Loriol physician

  • German Nazi army, Major in the Waffen SS

  • France Painter

  • British geologist.

  • Welsh film editor, who has fifty credits for feature films. Lloyd enjoyed a remarkable collaboration with John Huston, which extended to eleven films. Lloyd was nominated by Huston for the Academy Award for "The Man Who Would be King" (1975).

  • Australian politician and Presbyterian minister

  • French-American composer, arranger and conductor, as well as an educator. He was born in France to American parents and moved to the United States at the age of seven. He was an organist by the age of 12 and eventually became the director of the Los Angeles church choir.

  • Belgium -- Church historian (Le Pontificat de Pie IX)

  • American fiction-writer, memoirist, and literary scholar/critic. In humorous sketches published in The New Yorker magazine, Espey described his childhood in Shanghai in a series of funny sketches. These sketches were collected in the books Minor Heresies, Tales Out of School, and The Other City (New York, Knopf 1950). Espey's fiction also includes two novels about California: The Anniversaries (1963), and …

  • A French cyclist and athlete who was Champion of France in 1983. After a race filled full of drama and sparring matches, he finished 3rd in the Tour de France 1934.

  • President of Chile (1964-1970), dies at the age of 71.

  • French cyclist (Born 1911)

  • He was an American jurist and judge in 1976's Patty Hearst case. The trial started in January and ended March. On June 14, 1976, he suffered a fatal heart attack.

  • French scholar.

  • German Nazi leader, executive of the S.D. Ausland. He was sentenced in 1949 as a war crime and released from prison two year later. He was diagnosed with cancer and died in Torino (Italy) on March 31, 1952.

  • American sportscaster and baseball player (d. 1974).

  • Pilot / Captain US (WWII Pacific-downed 34 Japanese aircrafts)

  • Italian writer, psychiatrist, and anti-fascist. He died 11 December 1991.

1909 - 1900

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

  • Ethel Merman

    American actress and singer, known as First Lady of Musical Comedy. She was a natural singer with a strong voice but no training and a charismatic stage presence. Her talent is evident in more than a dozen films.

  • German military, a submarine commander, whose life inspired "Das Boot". His submarine U-47, which sank Royal Oak, the British battleship, was then destroyed and escaped on 10/13-14/1939. Prien wrote an autobiography. His boat was submerged in the North Atlantic, and he drowned.

  • Meudon physician

  • German World War II submarine Captain (d. 1941).

  • German captain (d. 1941)

  • Cuban military officer who was the dictator of his country between 1940-1944. He was born into poverty and obscurity, but he joined the Army in April 1921. Batista, who was born into poverty and obscurity, overthrew Machado's regime in August 1933. He became General on 10 March 1952, taking control of the government to rule Cuba's six-million people. Fidel Castro …

  • American businessman founded Zamboni Company in 1988

  • German scientist, author, and researcher in biochemistry. He was married; he died at age 80-81.

  • Anne Frank's mother (Born 1900).

  • The daughter of Arturo Toscanini, an Italian family known for its fame, is shown here.

  • In the 1960s, he was an American electronics engineer working for Westinghouse Company. He was interested in astrological research and worked on probability theory and mathematical statistics. In November 1951, he joined AFA.

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