List of celebrities and famous people who were born on June 16th
Famous birthdays on June 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102015
Brazilian baby girl is born in a Fire Engine Truck, after her mother called for help.
Famous birthdays on June 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002002
American notable family, the daughter Kelly Ripa (30) and Mark Consuelos (8 lbs. 3 oz. Kelly co-hosts "Live with Regis & Kelly", and Mark is a costar on ABC's "All My Children." Their son Michael Joseph, three years old, is already their child.
Famous birthdays on June 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901998
Soap Opera Actor
Soap Opera Actor
Thai volleyball player
Indian Marathi singer
Daughter of Gretchen & Randy
French student is accused of being the accomplice to Dany Manfoumbi who murdered his father at home in the evening on the 24 December 2010. The trial was held in September 2013. Bernard MaziA'res, a retired journalist, was the victim. He was born 1 June 1950. A DNA test showed that Bernard wasn't the biological father to Lucas. He was …
South Korean actor and singer
Famous birthdays on June 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Japanese singer and actress
Estonian figure skater
Estonian figure skater
American DJ and producer
Canadian actress and singer-songwriter
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Leeland).
American singer, songwriter, and television actress. In 2004, she was the runner up on American Idol's third season. DeGarmo started a career as a musical theatre performer in 2005. DeGarmo has appeared in three national tours, one off-Broadway, and two Broadway shows. DeGarmo was also a guest star on The Young and the Restless in 2011 as Angelina Veneziano. She …
Bosnian/Israeli/Serbian basketball player
Hungarian handball player
American baseball player
Canadian ice hockey player
Danish actress and model
American soccer player
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
German tennis player
Norwegian violinist (Grand General)
Canadian ice hockey player
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Radish & The Bens).
American basketball player
American singer-songwriter and jewel designer (Semi Precious weapons)
Actress and singer from Hong Kong
An English-born German rugby player
Famous birthdays on June 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
He is a French singer and pianist who is also an eclectic artist. He was a part of the musical "Le Roi Soleil" in which he played Louis XIV, with Christophe MaA(c), as well as on the TV series "Danse avec les Stars", which was crowned winner in 2012.
French dancer, Portuguese and Spanish-born, member of the jury for the TV show "Danse avec les Stars".
Lithuanian ice hockey player
Chinese Malaysian singer
American surfer (d. 2001).
Italian graphic designer
American baseball player
Australian rugby league footballer
American convicted murderer
American game show host and sportscaster
English politician and accountant
Welsh keyboard player and producer (Super Furry Animals).
Soccer player (Go Ahead Eagles).
Italian actress and TV presenter.
Miss Universe - Bulgaria (1996)
Vasteras, Sweden -- Tennis star (1995 Futures-Stockholm)
English singer and actress
Norwegian singer and actress
American basketball coach and player
A French professional cyclist, who was a French cyclist from 1990 to 2000.
French director, writer, editor, actor, composer and author.
He is a French jazz guitarist, and a member of renowned family. His parents are singer FranASSoise and composer Jacques Dutronc. He released his first CD, "J'aime plus Paris", in March 2008. He won France's Crystal Globe award as the best male artist.
CFL receiver (Edmonton Eskimos)
Irish model and television host
American basketball player: Cavaliers, center
American magazine editor
Los Angeles, California -- Infielder (San Diego Padres)
American actor and rapper of black origin, 2Pac is also known as Makaveli.
American baseball player
Philadelphia Eagles: Tight end
American professional golfer. He was the winner of the 2006 Masters tournaments, 2005 Professional Golf Association Championship, and 1990 U. S. Amateur tournament. He is currently ranked second in the world after Tiger Woods. Many consider him to be the greatest left-handed golfer in the world. He is also well-known for his incredible victories and painful defeats.
Messiah Foundation International was co-founded by a poet and academic from Pakistan.
American soccer manager and player
Italian skier who was part of the Men's Ski Team in Nagano, Japan 2002 Olympic Games. He won a Silver medal for cross country skiing. His team also won the Silver Medal on February 18, 1998.
San Diego, California -- PGA golfer (1991 Northern Telecom)
NFL place kicker (Tampa Bay Bucs)
Jr. American actor, producer
Famous birthdays on June 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
French singer and songwriter, occasionnally actor, of Corsican descent. His stage name comes from Barnabé, a famous clown he admired during his childhood. He began to work in the cinema, as assistant for "Le Brasier" (1991) and then he wrote a serie for French television. He was inspired by several singers, from Jacques Higelin to Tom Waits. His genre of …
American baseball player. He is a first baseman for Pittsburgh Pirates. After being selected in round seven of the free-agent draft, Young was signed by Pittsburgh on 6/04/1990. Young was a member of the team for six seasons before being signed by Kansas City Royals on April 1, 1996.
NFL (Jacksonville Jaguars)
English academic and lawyer
English-Welsh manager and footballer
American rapper and producer (N.W.A).
Irish actor and comedian
NFL safety (Atlanta Falcons).
NFL punter (Washington Redskins).
California, USA; actor.
German manager and footballer
VeggieTales was co-created by VeggieTales screenwriter and producer, an American voice actor.
Czech javelin thrower, coach
Czechoslovakia -- Javelin thrower (1992 & 96 Olympics - 2 Gold Medals).
Charleston, West Virginia -- Shotputter (1988, 1996 Olympics - Silver/Gold Medals).
WLAF defensive end (Frankfurt Galaxy).
NFL wide receiver (Atlanta Falcons).
American Astronomer and Academic
An Irish businessman founded HP Autonomy with his partner.
Bahamian javelin thrower
Norwegian stage producer and theatre director
American producer and screenwriter
American professional wrestler
American homosexual who lost their battle with AIDS in 1994, NJ.
South African-American actor
TV Show Host
American baseball coach and player
Hong Kong producer and singer (Tatming Pair)
Singer-songwriter and saxophonist from English-Nigerian
Hong Kong producer and composer
Estonian basketball coach and player
Canadian ice hockey player
Turkish journalist and author
Australian rugby player and sportscaster
Famous birthdays on June 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American professional wrestler
American screenwriter and actor
American wrestler (d. 14)
American Public Relations Executive and Former Social Secretary for The White House
American basketball player, pro for Utah since 1980. He was awarded the NBA "Rookie Of The Year" award after his first season.
Icelandic pilot and guitarist (Azeyr).
Survivor of a university teacher hostage & songwriter
Icelandic guitarist (?eyr)
East German swimmer
Dutch soccer star (Sparta / PSV)
American self-labelled vampire. On 4/10/1980, he killed his grandma in Marshfield, MA and cut her heart. After being indicted, the man told his mother that he had been a vampire for many years and needed blood to survive. His brain felt on fire and he said he heard voices.
Lady Dorrian Scottish lawyer, judge
Scotland, United Kingdom -- Actor (General Hospital Gary Shandling Show).
American stage and TV actress, who began her career with the Steppenwolf Company of Chicago, before landing the role of Roseanne's sister Jackie on the highly-rated TV series "Roseanne". It brought entertainment to millions of homes for nearly ten years, and earned three Emmys for Metcalf.
American basketball player
Norwegian politician Norwegian Minister for Defence
American basketball player and athlete. He was drafted by Atlanta in 1997. He played with the team until the 1988 season. He was a member of several other teams until 1995.
Russian journalist and critic
Dallas, Texas -- Astronaut (sk: STS 85)
Rocker (Boomtown Rats)
American boxer and trainer (d.2014)
French politician, ex-labor inspector, member of the Scientific Council, Director of 'Fondation Republica'
Paddington London, United Kingdom -- Drummer - Marillion-Clutching At Straws
American producer and actress
Greek politician and sociologist 182nd Prime Minister of Greece
Montreal, Quebec -- Singer (Living Inside Myself)
USSR -- Pairs figure skating (1976, 80 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Pop singer / drummer (Nits In the Dutch Mountains).
Maringa, Brazil -- Actress (Dona Flor & Her 2 Husbands)
American transsexual, female-to-male. John Eugene Sullivan, a small moving and hauling company owner, and Nancy Louise Sullivan, a homemaker, sales clerk in a stationary shop, were Sullivan's third and sixth children. They were Kathleen Marie (1948), John Eugene, Jr. (1949), Bridgit These (1953), Maryellen (55), and Patrick Rory (57). In modest economic circumstances, she grew up in a close-knit Catholic …
France -- Cosmonaut
British artist who specializes in oil and watercolours. He is also well-known as one of the most prominent expressionist landscape painters in Scotland.
Actor (American Werewolf in London).
American singer/guitarist (Dream Theater, Dominici).
California, USA; actor (Ramon - Operation Petticoat).
Canadian politician and lawyer
French TV announcer and weatherman on Channel A2. He is anti-astrology, anti-European unity and violently anti-astrology.
Famous birthdays on June 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
California, USA; actor (Michael Hudson-Another World).
NYC, New York -- Vocalist (Balance).
American hurdler and author
American singer-songwriter (Steel Mill), (d. 2015).
American manager and player
English-American voice actor, screenwriter and producer
Astrologer and astronomer from Canada.
American wrestler (d. 2012).
German actor and singer (d.2012)
American trombonist composer and producer (The Blues Brothers, CBS Orchestra).
Swiss columnist and writer
American homosexual; died from AIDS in Inyokern (CA) on February 9, 1994.
American football player and athlete. Simpson in junior high school, high-school, college, and pro ball. Both had identical white Ford Broncos, and both liked blonde white women. Cowlings drove Simpson around for hours after Nicole Simpson was killed. He finally returned Simpson home, where he surrendered.
American basketball pro-basketball player, since 1968.
English statistician, academic
English singer-songwriter/guitarist (Fairport Convention & Plainsong).
Director (British National Gallery).
American composer and trumpet player
United States -- Actor. (Fiendish plot by dr Fu Manchu).
Canadian ice hockey player, and sportscaster
American puppeteer and producer of actor puppets (d. 2009).
American politician, 87th Governor of Connecticut
3rd Baron Astor, of Hever English businessman/politician
American sports journalist (Born in 1912).
French basketball coach.
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Canadian politician and social worker 59th Secretary-of-State for Canada
American filmmaker and artist involved in the Fluxus movement from the 1960s and 70s.
American ecclesiastic. He was a Roman Catholic priest who was ordained May 30, 1970. He was elevated to the rank of Bishop on October 31, 1996. He was elected Bishop of Brooklyn (NY) on October 3, 2003.
Hawaii, United States -- 1st non-Japanese sumo champion
French alpine skier and JuranASSon native, she won two medals in 1968 Olympics as well as the gold in slalom at 1966 World championships.
French painter and etcher
American actress and director
American bartender and inventor of the "penny jar", a jar that can be found in every bar and other business places with the slogan "Every penny helps" for AIDS research. It spread throughout the globe. Skau's bar received so many pennies, that he asked a Wells Fargo Bank bank to wrap them free of charge. The Mayor then gave him …
New York, USA. Actress (Valene, Dallas, Knots landing).
Champion of the World Italian Motorcycle at 350cc 1968-74, 500cc 1966, and 1975.
French athlete and leader in sports.
Italy: World champion in motorcycle racing.
American producer and singer (The O'Jays).
American producer and songwriter
Pakistani journalist (d. 2011)
Estonian correspondence chess grandmaster
Michigan, USA; songwriter (Dozier-Holland-Dozier).
American politician. He was elected Mayor of Portland in 1973. In late 1979, President Carter appointed him Secretary of Transportation. After receiving a B.A. After completing a B.A. in political science in 1963, and obtaining his law degree in 1967 respectively, Goldschmidt was elected to Portland City Council, 1970. He was instrumental in the development of mass transit.
Dutch cabaret performer
Latvian journalist and poet (d. 2003).
Famous birthdays on June 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
English author, author Redwall series (Born 1939).
American country singer
Geneva-based Swiss writer, writing in French. She was awarded the Grand Prix C. F. Ramuz in 2015, which is the highest literary prize in France, and given only once every five years.
New York, United States -- Novelist. (Garden of Earthly Delights).
French author of Vers le Soleil de Dieu, the story about the death of his son and the subsequent contact with him via automatic writing.
American screenwriter and producer of actor (d. 2010).
Oklahoma, USA; TV hostess/banjo player (Mickie Finn's).
Actor (Crucible of Terror).
Swedish poet and author
American poet, novelist, critic, essayist, and librettist. Oates, one of the most prolific writers of her generation was the author of more than 90 books by 2000. O. Henry Prize winner in 1967, National Book Award in 1969, Guggenheim Fellowship, and Doubleday Special Award in 1970. She is best known for her prolific collection of short stories, and her visionary, …
American educator and writer. In 1958, he graduated from Harvard as the first Latin Salutatory Orator to be chosen and as a Class Poet. He was already on Yale's faculty (1964-1972) when he received his Ph.D. Segal taught as a visiting professor at Princeton University, Dartmouth University and the University of Munich. Segal retired in 1987 as an Adjunct Professor …
48th Prime Minister of Bulgaria for a Bulgarian politician
Bulgarian royalty, the son of King Boris III and Queen Giovanna, Princess of Savoy. He was the pretender to the throne from age six when his father was assassinated, 8/28/1943. He lived in exile in Madrid, Spain, where he was educated, married and had four kids.
American brewmaster and CEO at Anheuser-Busch. Busch was a Siebel Institute of Technology Brewmaster and has continued to follow his family's interests in the theme park arenas. One of these is located in Spain.
France sport Champion
American actress and educator (d. 2014.)
American missing person, as seen on "Unsolved Mysteries" television program. Her mom died shortly after she gave birth to a healthy baby girl at home. Her father joined the military, leaving her with neighbors who adopted her without him knowing. He never saw her again and continues to search for her.
Dutch TV host
American painter, artist, graphic designer, and creators of environments and happenings. Pop art icon in the United States. Jewish. Married once. Had three children.
Ohio, USA; pop artist Saint John the Divine
London, England -- Actress. (Equus. Devil Within Her).
American actress and puppeteer (d.2013)
Indian dancer and actress
Canadian ice hockey coach and player (d. 2003).
Russian TV personality
Playmate (July, December 1955, October 1956).
Vocalist (& the Romans).
Actor / director
English actor (d.2013)
(Rep-R-Oregon, 1983- )
French urologist-surgeon and author of books on sexualology. He was also one of the founders of French Society of Clinical Sexology.
Hungarian-American cinematographer, producer (d. 2016).
American artist (Born 1930).
Famous birthdays on June 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
American composer and educator. He is the author of "Composer Yourself", 1959. Randall was a member of the U.S. faculty. The U.S. Naval School of Music 1951-1954 was followed by Harvard and Columbia teaching, with Princeton starting in 1958. He composed music for film scores starting in 1971.
English actress (d.2015)
American actor (d. 2001).
Belgian/french singer, actress.
German statistician, author, data collector, and research astrologer, he was also a German businessman. He was a student and collaborator with R. Ebertin. He was a passionate advocate for Cosmobiology (experimental astrology and scientific astrology), and co-editor the magazine "Kosmobiologie." His interests were mainly in rectifications, mundane astrology, and research with the 45Adeg and 90Adeg circles. Since 1977, he was …
American politician (d. 2006)
Vice chancellor (Lancaster University)
Romania; conductor (Haifa Symphony 1959-64).
American politician and lawyer (d. 2006).
English sportscaster and cricketer (d. 2015).
Brazilian playwright and author (d. 2014).
Master (Clare College Cambridge England)
German radio speaker and actress. Bernd A. Mertz was her husband and she edited his many books together, which she called "their children". She was born in Frankfurt and published many books on body language, palmistry and other similar subjects.
English actor (Born in 1921)
American educator and astronomer. He has received many awards, including the Bruce Medal in 2005. He was appointed professor at the University of California at Santa Cruz in 1967. He was President, 1974-1976, of the American Astronomical Society. From 1981-1991, he was the head of Lick Observatory. In 1997-2000, he was the President of International Astronomical Union.
German screenwriter and author (d. 2001).
Guatemalan politician and general 26th President of Guatemala
Austrian-Portuguese director and painter (d. 2013).
French novelist, whose work consists mainly of autobiographical novels. His father was AndrAc(c) LefA'vre, Marquis de Ormesson, French ambassador in Brazil.
Rennes Military man
Italy sport Champion
Philanthropist/sports owner (Cleveland Indians).
Louisiana, USA; actress (House of Seven Corpses).
American actress (d. 1999).
American saxophonist (d.2005)
Scottish race car driver (d. 1962)
American politician (Born 1922)
Estonian basketball coach and player (d. 2011).
SDP / vice chancellor, Open University England
French politician. In the National Assembly, he represented the Radical Party (1956 to 1958), the Union for the New Republic (1962 to 1958) and the National Front (1986 to 1988). He joined the National Centre of Independents and Peasants in 1989. He died 18 August 2004.
Ware Shoals Military Man
Mexican politician and lawyer affiliated with Institutional Revolutionary Party, (PRI), who was the 51st President for Mexico from 1976 to 1982. Its management saw the implementation and agreement of initial political reforms to democraticize the country and the first visit by Pope John Paul II. In just a few years, the nation experienced the greatest growth in its history. Then …
United States -- Photographer / author (Black Like Me)
Swiss-American author (d. 2002)
Canadian chemist and academic (d.2002)
American journalist and author (d.80)
Indian singer-songwriter/producer (d. 1989).
31st President, Mexican Lawyer and Politiker (d. 2004).
Norwegian comedian and actor. He is most well-known for his on-stage performances as well as for many movie roles, mostly comedic, such the Olsenbanden movies.
Canadian organic chemist (d.2002)
31st President, Mexico (d.2004)
Famous birthdays on June 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Chair of the Committee (House of Lords).
Millas Military man
American publisher (d. 2001).
American track and field champion, who set world records in high jumps in 1941. Later, he became a salesman. He was inducted into American Track and Field Hall of Fame in 1974.
American photographer (d.2009)
Baccarat Military man
President of Greece, a Greek general and politician (d. 1999).
Italian automotive and aircraft engine designer
American publisher of The Washington Post, one the most important media companies. She married Philip Graham, the Post's owner on 5 June 1940. They had one daughter and three boys. She took control of the empire after her husband, who had committed suicide in 1963 due to bipolar disorder, was cured. Through the years, her platform was a search for …
American basketball player, Stanford University. He was a three time All American. He was a great dribbler, passer, and scorer and was named College Basketball Player Of The Year in 1937 and 1938. He starred in the movie "College Confessions" in 1938. After he had set a tournament scoring record, a knee injury caused him to slow down his playing. …
San Francisco Sports Champions
American mathematician (d. 2000).
Italian politician. He was a member the Democrazia Cristiana and served as Prime Minister of Italy between 1968 and 1970, and again from 1973 until 1974. He died 22 January 1990.
Italian banker, who managed the National Worker's Bank.
Italy Military man
France sport Champion
British politician, conservative MP, author, poet, and married once with two children.
Canadian illustrator (d. 2004)
Norwegian sculptor. He was an artist, writer, critic, and writer for many decades. You can find his sculptures in more than 30 Norwegian cities.
Actress (Love HAppy Holiday in Mexico, Actress), dies at 62
Peruvian General and President of Peru (d. 1977).
President (General Medical Council).
Peruvian politician and general 1st President Peru (d. 1977).
Famous birthdays on June 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Vernon Military man
Austria -- Conductor (new year concert)
Toulon Military man
American ecologist, zoologist (d. 1987).
American biologist (d. 1987).
American actor, Chico and the Man, dies at the age of 74. He was born in 1907.
Author / Publisher (Love on a Branch Line).
Italian actor on stage and film. He succumbed to leukemia on May 1, 1988.
American actress and soprano (d. 1972).
Swiss composer (d. 1945).
American paleontologist (d.1984)
Vr?court Military man
American geneticist and Nobel Prize laureate in Academic Genetics (d. 1992).
American paleontologist and author (d.1984)
French Marxist philosopher and sociologu, Lefebvre is best known for his pioneering work in the critique of daily life and for creating the concepts of the right of the city and the production and use of social space. He also worked on dialectics and alienation and critical of Stalinism, Existentialism and structuralism. Lefebvre authored more than 60 books and over …
Oslo, Norway -- Actor/director (Hat Check Girl).
Governor Suriname (PVDA, 1955-62)