List of celebrities and famous people who were born on July 16th
Famous birthdays on July 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102013
Famous birthdays on July 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002009
Famous birthdays on July 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901998
American singer, model, actor, and charity runner.
American singer and actor
Australian boxer (d.2013)
Estonian singer-songwriter and actress
American actor and singer (Big Time Rush).
French motorcycle racer
Slovak figure skater
Famous birthdays on July 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
World Music Singer
New Zealand actor
Dominique GA(c), a French jockey in horse racing, was the father of Dominique GA(c), who was also a trainer and jockey. He won 143 races in 2014 and was awarded a record-breaking USD $5,826,031.
Canadian ice hockey player
American actress and singer
Latvian basketball player
Japanese race car driver
Canadian ice hockey player
Costa Rican footballer
American basketball player
American Astrologer, practicing in Washington DC. He is the founder of Nightlight Astrology.
American pornographic actresses and erotic models
Famous birthdays on July 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
American basketball player
Canadian singer-songwriter and guitarist
Whittier, California -- Double trap (1996 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
Author and journalist from Scotland
Italian homicide. Maria Pia Labianca's body was discovered in her cottage on 2/27/1999. A few days earlier, she had vanished. An autopsy revealed that she had been killed by suffocation and was also pregnant. Also, the investigation revealed that Maria had made an appointment to have an abortion in Padova where she was studying. Giovanni Pupillo was her ex-beau and …
Victoria Cross recipient from Northern Ireland, English soldier (d. 2006).
Minsk, Russia -- Tennis star (1993 Futures-Erlangen GER)
American porn actor and painter
Australian soccer goalie (Olyroos, Olympics - 1996)
Hockey forward (Team France 1998).
Belgian racing car driver
Brazilian actress and model
American actor and Jackass cast Member
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Sunny Day Real Estate, The Fire Theft).
Australian basketball point guard (1996 Olympics, Bronze Medalist).
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Soil and Drowning Pool).
Canadian screenwriter and actor
American producer and director
South African cricketer
NFL cornerback / kick returner (NY Jets)
Canadian speed skater
New York; vocalist (Club Embassy, Ford Star Revue).
American-Canadian football coach and player
NFL Wide Receiver (SF 49ers).
Thai screenwriter and director producer
Halifax, Nova Scotia -- Rower (1996 Olympics)
Columbia, Tennessee -- Pitcher (SF Giants).
American professional baseball pitcher, who was selected by the San Francisco Giants in the fifth round free-agent draft pick 6/03/1992. He was placed on the disabled list in both '92/'95 and did his rehabilitation in San Jose's AAA League. He was granted free-agency in 1997 and signed with the Anaheim Angels on October 10, 1998. He is 6'2" and 208 …
Latvian basketball coach and player
Famous birthdays on July 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American producer and actor
Australian netball player and sportscaster
Actress (Head Of The Class) / Daughter Richard
English singer-songwriter and bass player (The Ting Tings).
NFL running back (Detroit Lions 1988 Heisman Trophy).
Wikipedia and Citizendium were co-founded by an American businessman and philosopher.
NFL center/guard (Pittsburgh Steelers).
American-born English tattoo artist
Indian field hockey manager and player
American comedian and actor who started his career on "Saturday Night Live." The popular TV comedy program gave him a platform to show his impressionist talents as well as his own comedy. His movie career was launched during these years. In 2003, he was offered his first leading role in the movie "Old School." He was then given several more …
French thief, forger, and imposter who convinced many wealthy victims of his scams that, in fact, he was a French Rockefeller family member. He was the child of a prostitute, an alcoholic, and was placed in an orphanage at 5. He managed to escape and con his first victims in Paris into purchasing a property he didn't own, but for …
Guard / Center NFL (NY Jets).
Redondo Beach, California -- WPVA volleyballer
South Surrey, British Columbia -- Cyclist (1996 Olympics).
NFL kicker (NO Saints)
NBA forward (San Antonio Spurs)
Buckingham, Quebec -- NHL forward (Team Canada, Colorado)
Spanish cyclist. Indurain started cycling in Villava, Spain's province of Navarre. He was a member the "Club Ciclista VillavA(c).s."
American poker player
American runner. He set a new record at 1:43.74 on 6/19/1984 for the 800-meter race at the Olympic trials. He was an undergraduate at Eastern Michigan University when he set this record. He was the U.S.'s hope for a medal at 1984 summer Olympics. He won a bronze medal in 800 meter on August 6, 1984.
Swedish tennis player
Slovenian coach and footballer
French restaurateur and owner of the restaurant 'Chez Francis' in Ajaccio. It was set on fire by arsonists in 1992 and 1999.
Los Angeles, California -- Infielder (Florida Marlins)
Pop guitarist (Scene, Blaauw)
German Democratic Republic, discus thrower (Olympics-4th Place-1980).
Famous birthdays on July 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Italian actress, TV presenter and singer.
American television executive
Scottish composer and conductor
A talented Irish-American dancer taps at a staggering 28 taps per second. Flatley is the fastest tapper in the world, according to the "Guinness Book of Records". Flatley's theater-packed, mega-popular show "Lord of the Dance", won national attention in 1997. It was a huge success and has received a lot of praise from his fans. The video of the company's …
Monaco-born Canadian painter
French motorcycle racer, one the winners of Le Mans 24 Hour Motorcycle Race. He finished 2nd in 1986, 3rd 1991, and 1st 1987, 1994.
Ukrainian-Russian colonel, author
Soccer player (FC Utrecht)
American writer. He was the Pulitzer Prize winner in 1993 for his play, "Angels in America". He is an openly gay and proud Jewish socialist who has become a prominent literary figure in America.
American actor and radio host
Israeli singer (Born 1955)
American poet and academic
Finnish beauty queen. She was crowned Miss Europe 1976. She was a television personality. She is a passionate animal lover, especially horses.
Canadian television reporter and anchor. She is a Gemini-award winning TV journalist. She started her career at Global TV and then moved to Citytv's CityNews (formerly CityPulse), newscast in Toronto. From 1987 to January 2010, she was the Senior Co-anchor at CityNews at Six with Gord Martineau. Mroczkowski, together with Leslie Roberts was the co-anchor for Global News Hour from …
San Angelo Texas -- Actress (Donna Love - Another World)
American Under Secretary for Defense Policy
American politician and lawyer Under Secretary of Defense for Strategy
American songwriter and drummer (The Police Animal Logic Curved A and Oysterhead).
French screenwriter and director
Italian singer, songwriter and guitarist, who is still one of the most influential and successful Rock musicians and singers in Italy.
South African cricketer
American spy and politician
United States -- Sci-fi author (Witchwood Cradle)
He was a French businessman and artist who lived with transsexual Amanda Lear. He was also considered to be Roger Peyrefitte's lover and adopted child.
English actress and model. Before she began her acting career, she was well-known for her strong accent and use of cockney language.
Bronx (New York) -- Actress (Nightlife).
American journalist, musicologist, and DJ (d.2007)
Canadian politician and lawyer
Famous birthdays on July 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American news personality who was subject to a lot of negative press in the late 1990s. She changed her married name from Cyndy Garvey, to Truhan at that point.
Rock guitarist (British Lions).
Rock keyboardist / vocalist (Night Ranger)
Actor and singer-songwriter from Panama
South African cricketer
Tel Aviv, Israel -- Violinist / violist (Leventritt 1967)
Panamanian actor and singer
Swedish manager and footballer
South Africa under Minister of Law & Order
San Francisco, California -- NFL Running Back (Buffalo Bills) / actor
American-English screenwriter and actor (d. 2013).
Canadian diplomat and civil servant Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations
Grand Master of Belgian Wicca.
Japanese voice actor
American football player
American ceramics manufacturer, entrepreneur and noted family. He was the brother of Ed Steinbrecher, Astrologer. Eye color: Brown; right-handed. Married twice. One child.
Kalv, Germany -- Miss nude Universe (1968).
Leader (Association of University Teachers).
English-Welsh actress, jewellery designer (d. 2012).
Cuban-American playwright and poet (d. 1990).
Journalist / drinker
Slovak director and actor
English academic and political scientist
American professional football coach, who was the unbeaten University of Arkansas team of 1964. He then moved on to other coaching roles. He set a record of 30 wins in one year, and 53 wins for the University of Miami in 1984.
Minister and tennis player from Australia
Jamaica -- Reggae pioneer (Aces-Israelites)
Court in Australia; tennis pro (1970 Grand Slam).
American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers between 1964 and 1969.
Member of the Dutch 2nd Chamber (CDA).
Croatian actor and singer
6th Baronet English banker, politician Secretary of State at Transport
Liverpool, England -- Searchers - Rock bassist / singer
Famous birthdays on July 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
British actor, politician, and noted family. He is the son of actor Sir Michael Redgrave, born 3/20/1908 in Bristol, and Rachel Kempson, a prominent theatrical family. Both his sisters, Vanessa Redgrave and Lynn Redgrave, are noted actresses. Redgrave is co-director of Britain’s Moving Theatre, and the founder of Symposium 90. This international association studies the causes and consequences of Stalinism. …
French official, President of Gaumont, president of the Association against Audiovisual Piracy and vice president of Arte France Supervisory Board.
English singer and bass player (The Searchers), (d. 2003).
American academic and author
English screenwriter and producer (d. 2008).
American politician and lawyer 25th Governor of Nevada
Japanese politician, 91st Prime Minster of Japan
Utah, USA; guitarist (Lawrence Welk Show).
American sinologist and Linguist (d. 2012).
French polytechnic engineer, vice president (1968-71) and general presidant (1971-73) of Sugar Union of Aisne. Vice-president (1974-1980), then General Manager of the General Sucriere starting in 1980. Married 5/29/1967
Publisher / British broadcaster
Jr. American general (d. 2014)
American socialite and philanthropist. Her husband Oscar Wyatt is an energy executive. He was the founder of Houston's Coastal Corporation aEUR", now owned by El Paso Corporation. Oscar Wyatt and Lynn Wyatt have four children. The family home in Houston, known as the Wyatt Hyatt, was a "home away form home" during the height of the oil boom of the …
USA; US Treasurer (1983-1989).
American politician and educator (d. 2012).
R&B singer (Flamingos-Golden Teardrops)
Rome, Italy -- Actress (7 Little Foys), War & Peace (Juggler)
French journalist, best known for his work at TF1 television station.
US; US Attorney General (1988)
Pennsylvania, United States -- US Attorney general (1988-93)
American politician and lawyer who was the 41st Governor for Pennsylvania between 1979 and 1987 and then the U.S. attorney general from 1988 to 1991.
English composer and trumpet player
American football player and sportscaster (d. 2007.)
French novelist, poet, screenwriter, and songwriter.
Italy sport Champion
French singer, songwriter and poet. He was born to a Jewish family. Before moving to France, he lived in Egypt and Lebanon.
French-born Egyptian singer and songwriter
Franco-Italian French singer, who performed in radio, television, and cinema between 1956 and 1981.
American politician and lawyer
Famous birthdays on July 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
American poet and author
French screenwriter, musician, and writer of detective stories.
American abuser, rapist, and burglar of boys. He was a wanderer who moved around aimlessly and spent many years in jail, including for auto theft, burglary, attempted kidnapping, and forgery. He abducted and killed a 12-year old boy on 8/28/1969. He was later arrested for sodomizing five-year-old boy.
High court judge
American serial killer (d.1984)
English author and historian
Russia; pianist (Chopin, Beethoven, Ravel).
United States -- Sci-fi author (10th Victim, Mindswap)
MP (Ulster Popular Unionist)
Canadian lawyer and civil servant (d.2013)
English illustrator and author
UK Foreign Office Legal Advisor
Deputy Chairman (Marks & Spencer).
American biologist and Nobel Prize winner in academic science (d. 2015).
Croatian manager and footballer (d. 2012).
Connecticut, USA; actor.
American actor with guest TV appearances on "Star Trek", "Rawhide", and other shows.
American vibraphonist (d. 1982), percussionist, and pianist
Miss America 1945, American actress and politician (d. 2014).
American newspaper executive and official. From 1962 to 1964, he was the United States Assistant Secretary for State for Public Affairs. He was also one of the editors at the New York Times that decided to publish The Pentagon Papers in 1971.
New York, USA; Miss America (1945).
British government minister
American psychologist and academic (d.2013)
French fashion designer and couturiere, who created elegant and flattering fashions that were widely admired for their great cut and affordable pricing.
American military general, who was the Chief of Staff for the U.S. Army and then as NATO's Supreme All Commander, Europe, and Commander in Chief, United States European Command. He died in October 2008
Pakistani cricketer (d. 2002)
American essayist and literary critic (d. 1990).
Famous birthdays on July 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Austrian concentration camp guard (d. 1999).
South Korean politician, 4th President South Korea (d.2006)
Lord-lt. of Cumbria UK
Filipino actor and dancer (Born 1918).
English soldier (d. 2015)
Turkish actress and singer (d. 2015).
Italian writer. He was suspected of killing his aunt and dad. However, he was only held for two years due to his sympathies with the National Liberation Front. Died 3/05/1987.
American designer and builder amusement park displays. He is especially known for his aEURdark rideaEUR(tm), The Terroride and The Ghost Ship.
Archdeacon of Loughborough
Master (Fitzwilliam College Cambridge)
American actor (Born 1915).
Deputy speaker (House of Lords).
FRS mechanic engineer
Steinwehr, Germany -- Actor. (Brain, Wages of Fear).
Italian family of distinction, one of the two Guccio Gucci sons who founded the saddlery that grew into a well-known fashion empire. Aldo Guccio, his brother and father Aldo, took over the company in 1953. They were so bitter that they even fought over board meetings.
NYC, New York -- Pianist (Vincent Lopez Show)
American baseball player (Born 1912).
American actress and dancer, Rogers was a glamour queen who wore chic clothes and sounded down-to-earth vowels. Rogers swam across the silver screen in ten films with Fred Astaire, her partner dancer. Their most famous film together was "Top Hat," which was a 1935 musical. Rogers was proud of her refusal to take a formal dance class. Rogers struggled to …
British journalist, poet and traveler. His life was short but filled with adventure. He hitch-hiked all over the globe at 19 years old, became unhappily married at 21 and was paralysed at 24. He spent the 11 years of his life in a bathchair after his paralysis.
Norwegian theologian and Professor at the University of Oslo (1954-1978). He was also an accomplished sculptor. His brother Georg Hygen was a botanist.
Australian cricketer (Born in 1910)
American historian and academic (d. 1980).
Famous birthdays on July 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Surgeon / British rear admiral
Four times, an American actress was nominated for the Oscar: "Stella Dallas," 1937, 1942, "Ball Of Fire," 1941, and 1944. "Sorry, Wrong Number" 1948. She began acting in films in 1929 and continued to do so until 1964. An Emmy was awarded to her for a TV series she produced between 1965-1969.
American entrepreneur and the king of popcorn. Bright boy, he studied genetics and agronomy at Purdue University, graduating in 1928. Orville and Corinne married in 1928. They had three daughters, 12 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. He was a skinny Hoosier farmer boy with horn-rimmed glasses. As a teenager, he became an expert on pop-corn. They raised corn, soybeans and wheat …
French military aviator, who was killed on December 30, 1994.
American television personality and educator (d. 2001).
Spanish musician and songwriter. He composed many famous songs during the 1940s and 1950s, including "Noche triste", “No te puedo querer”, "Dos cruces", and "Camino verde".
American Olympic athlete. He was a pole vaulter at the 1924 Olympics, and won a medal in the jump off event. He was back at the Olympics four years later, but he did not win a medal.
American screenwriter and actor (d. 2006).
French journalist, Paul DehA'me is his pseudonym. He was the creator of the first "Lettre confidentielle." He founded La Lettre de Paul DehA"me in 1944. This newsletter was intended for use by political and economic circles.
St M?dard sur Ille physician
Nogent sur Marne Journalist
Zagarolo (Italy) -- Composer (Beatitudines).
Belgian prelate of Roman Catholic Church. From 1961 to 1979, he was Archbishop of Mechelen-Brussel. In 1962, he was promoted to the cardinalate. Suenens was a prominent voice at Vatican II Council. He advocated for aggiornamento within the Church. On 6 May 1996, he died in Brussels from thrombosis.
Canadian composer and singer (d. 1971).
German judge and prosecutor (Born in 1903)
Chicago, Illinois -- Actress (Phantom of the Opera).
Port-Launay Military man
Russian physician and psychologist (d. 1977).
American actress (Born in 1903)
French mystic, she was aEURaEUR (tm), when she signed a pactaEUR (tm),aEUR(tm). Her life was filled with disconcerting and extraordinary supernatural phenomena, such as visions, predictions, and even stigmatas.
German-American Astrologer, member of AFA 1960, and a Southbury resident, Connecticut.
French screenwriter and actor, founded the SA(c),rie noire publishing imprint.
French boxer. He died in July 1969.
France sport Champion