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2019 - 2010

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

  • American identical triplets were delivered at Corpus Christi Medical Center by C-section. Scarlett and Ximena were joined at the abdomen. They shared a colon.

  • American television personality Kendra Wilkinson and American football player Hank Baskett's second and first daughters, respectively.

2009 - 2000

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

  • Reality Star

  • Filipina daughter of a noted parent, Lea Salonga, a singer/actress from Filipina, made an impact in the US with the play "Miss Saigon" together with her husband Robert Chien.


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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

  • Megan Fox

    American actress and model. Her acting career began in 2001 with a few small roles on television and films. She also appeared regularly on the Hope & Faith television show. She made her film debut in 2004 with the role she played as the Confessions Of A Teenage Drama Queen. She starred in Transformers as Mikaela, Shia LaBeouf’s love interest, …

  • TV Actor

  • Instagram Star

  • Filipino architect and model

  • Indian Actor


1979 - 1970

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

  • Finnish singer-songwriter/guitarist (Sonata Arctica, Northern Kings).

  • Athlete

  • American singer

  • British/Austrian professional dancer. She was awarded 3rd place at the Blackpool Dance Competition in 1992.

  • American singer-songwriter producer and actor

  • Italian pop singer, who won the top prize in 1993 San Remo Music Festival as a new artist. Two years later, she released her first album in English.

  • French wakeboarder and World Games Champion who spent his childhood in Tahiti, in the southern archipelago village of Fariipiti.

  • American singer-songwriter (P.O.D.)

  • Sean Carrigan
  • American homicide victim. One of four young girls who were killed in a yogurt shop near Austin, Texas on 12/06/1991. Eliza and Amy Ayers helped their friends Jennifer and Sarah Harbison clean up after the shop closed at 11:00 pm. Local residents reported that the shop was on fire at 11:47 pm. The fire crews extinguished the flames and found …

  • Tori Spelling

    American actress, and well-known family member, is the daughter of TV producer Aaron Spelling. Her role as Donna Martin, a good-natured clotheshorse, helped her to establish herself as an actress.

  • American television personality

  • American rapper

  • Japanese voice actor

  • American actor and stuntman

  • Argentina -- Tennis player (1988 Olympics - Silver Medalist)

  • Danielle Spencer

    Australian actress and singer-songwriter

  • Belgian right-wing national catholic, political activist

  • NFL running back (Detroit Lions).

1969 - 1960

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

  • American actor and producer of singers (New Edition, Heads of State).

  • Chingmy Yau

    Hong Kong actress

  • Italian singer-songwriter who rose to national fame following his 1997 participation in the Sanremo Music Festival's Newcomers' Section. He was awarded the Mia Martini Critics Award for "Capelli", which was his entry.

  • Massachusetts, USA; singer (New Editon).

  • Janet Jackson

    American actress and recording artist. She is well-known for her innovative, socially conscious, and provocative music. Her elaborate stage and television shows have made her a major figure in popular culture since the 1970s. She was the youngest of the Jackson children and began her career in 1976 on The Jacksons variety TV series. Following the 1982 release of h, …

  • Italian sailor who rose up to international prominence starting in 1991. He won second place in 1992's transatlantic race between England and the U.S. He was also second in the transatlantic race from England to America that year. He placed second in 1994-1995 in the Boc Challenge, going solo around the globe in a boat that was donated by the …

  • Australian marathon runner (Olympics-1996).

  • Scott Reeves

    American actor and singer (Blue County).


1959 - 1950

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

  • American singer-songwriter (Christian Death & Pompeii 99).

  • English singer-songwriter (Heaven 17 Honeyroot, and ABC).

  • American road runner. She was a leading woman runner. Her 120-mile training began to pay off when she became the fastest U.S. marathon runner in 1979. She broke many world records in 1983.

  • Russian singer-songwriter/guitarist (DDT).

  • American ice hockey coach and player (d. 2014).

  • 3rd Baron Mancroft English politician

  • Maine, USA; marathon runner (Olympics-gold-1984).

  • Debra Winger

    American actress, whose films include "Urban Cowboy," 1980 and "An Officer and a Gentleman," respectively. She was also nominated for Best Actress in 1983 for "Terms of Endearment."

  • British astrologer. He is the editor of "Astrologer’s Apprentice" as well as a regular writer for a soccer journal. On TV. In 2001, he was published with "The Real Astrology", in which his humor and eloquence were evident.

  • American baseball player and sportscaster

  • American businessman. Second of five children born to Ann Loeb and Edgar Miles Bronfman. In 1971, his grandfather indicated that he was suitable to be the Seagram Company's heir.

  • Public Servant

  • Canadian astronaut and physician

  • American editor of AIM Report, a bi-monthly newsletter published twice a month by Accuracy In Media, a non profit news media watchdog.

  • Actress (Sparrow King John, Mayor at Casterbridge).

  • French cartoonist who worked for Pionniers and Fluide Glacial magazines, Pilote, Fluide Glacial and Le Petit Psikopat IllustrA (c)).

  • Saskatchewan, Canada; MD/astronaut (STS 90).

  • French fashion designer and couturier. He was known for his use of old styles to "regenerationize" fashion. According to the London "Observer", December 1987, he stated that "Haute Couture should not be painful, but rather, it should be funny, foolish, and almost uncontrollable."

  • He is a French historian and anthropologist. He was the son of journalist Olivier Todd. After the terrorist attack (2015).

  • American singer/songwriter/musician and founder of the band "Modern Lovers. At age 15, he began to play guitar and was praised for his skill. He formed the "Modern Lovers", which released several albums. He released his first solo album in 1983. In the 1980s, he added several more albums to his collection. He is described as "Witty, fresh and innocent, an …


1949 - 1940

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

  • Scottish entertainer, Janette has a stage show called "The Krankies" in which she plays alongside her husband Ian. Janette plays "Wee Jimmy," a cheeky schoolboy. Their act is very popular with children.

  • Bill Smitrovich

    Actor (Crime Story, Miami Vice)

  • Photographer

  • English-Scottish drummer (Nazareth) (d. 1999)

  • American singer (The Chiffons), (d. 1992).

  • American professional astrologer. He was one of the founders of AFAN. A B.A. He holds a B.A. degree from the University of Massachusetts and is a highly respected lecturer and counselor. His pioneering work in Astrodrama has earned him a reputation.

  • English singer-songwriter and producer (King Crimson, The League of Gentlemen Giles Giles, Fripp and Fripp & Eno).

  • British politician, Member of Parliament who was elected at the General Election on 6/11/1987.

  • English academic and sociologist

  • French senior official who was director general, Antenne 2 (now France 2), 1989-1991.

  • Danny Trejo

    American actor

  • Panamanian-American drummer composer and leader (Mahavishnu Orchestra Jazz Is Dead and Bobby and the Midnites).

  • Hungarian footballer

  • Director (All the Vermeers, NY)

  • Baroness Andrews is an English politician

  • American diplomat and politician, 29th Ambassador of the United States to Germany

  • Translator and poet in Italian-Slovenian


1939 - 1930

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

  • French economist, professor emeritus of the UniversitA(c), Paris-Dauphine. He is a specialist on public finance and monetary economy. He was the Mont Pelerin Society's former president (1994-1996).

  • French television director, specialist in audiovisual and communications sector.

  • Belgian actor, musician, siderealist astrologer and data collector. He was a specialist in Belgian, French, and Holland data. Many of the information was misquoted or invented.

  • American jurist. He was a judge in a municipal court and a crusader for juvenile justice. His books include "Up From Never" (autobiography). Before he began his legal career, he was an gangster teen who entered jail for the first time at age 14. For fighting, he was discharged by the Marines. He changed his mind and enrolled at Harvard …

  • American doctor and chess champion, a man who is passionate about his two passions: public health and chess. His M.D. He received his M.D. from Cornell in 1962. In Los Angeles, he joined the U.S. Public Health Service. He was a Peace Corps member 1953-65, Resident San Francisco 1965-66, and Los Angeles practitioner 1967-72. His specialization is in preventive medicine.

  • Yvonne Craig

    American actress and dancer (d.2015)

  • English general

  • Author and historian from Wales

  • Historian

  • CEO (TSB Group).

  • American sociologist, writer, and photographer. He is well-known for his critical and philosophical approach to crime and social injustice. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin in sociology. He taught at many universities in the East Coast and Midwest. In 1984, the American Society of Criminology awarded him the Edwin Sutherland Award for his contributions in criminological theory. …

  • American drug addict who killed his mother while high on LSD. He was eventually released after being placed in an institution. He was afflicted by guilt and committed suicide on 4/1979.

  • French cinema critic, who is a panelist on "Le Masque et la Plume" (The Mask and the Feather), an arts radio program on France Inter.

  • Holt; American drummer (Young-Holt Unlimited - "In Crowd").


1929 - 1920

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

  • American cartoonist, member of National Cartoonists Society. He is well-known for his work on the

  • American baseball manager and player, well-known for his shrewd and all-out style of playing baseball and barroom fighting brawls.

  • American baseball manager and player, well-known for his shrewd and all-out style of playing baseball and barroom fighting brawls.

  • Composer

  • Playwright

  • British peace activist (d.2004)

  • Dutch psychologist and professor at the University of Mons. He is a specialist in paranormal phenomena and dreams. His classes are full of excitement about the subject matter he covers. Dirkens can often be seen on "Mysteries" TV.

  • American siderealist, astrologer and senior editor of American Astrology. He was an avid amateur astronomer who designed over a dozen telescopes. On a grant from National Science Foundation, Allen worked as a meteorologist at New York University.

  • Belgian actor and guitarist (d.2010)

  • American astronomer

  • Brazilian footballer (d. 2013)

  • Nigerian economist and banker (d. 2012).

  • French politician and a member the senior branch of Poland’s princely Poniatowski families. He was the founder of Independent Republicans and was part of President ValA(c]ry Giscard D'Estaing's administration. Poniatowski was Minister of Health between 1973 and 1974, and Minister of Interior in the d'Estaing administration from 1974 to 1977. He was the founder and honorary President of the Union …

  • Principal King of Arms

  • treasurer (Queen Elizabeth).

  • American trombonist (d.2012)

  • Menton Politician

  • Saugus (California) -- Actor (She Wore A Yellow Ribbon).

  • American actor, and well-known family member, Harry Carey's son. His films include "Red River", "Mister Roberts" and "Alvarez Kelly." John Ford used him as a favourite as a second lead. He then moved into character roles by 1970. He is still a star in westerns like "Man From the East" 1974.

  • Spanish historian and official chronicler of Murcia, father of RamA3n Luis ValcA@rcel Siso (President, Region of Murcia, 1995-2014, current vice president, European Parliament). In December 2009, he was given the title "adopted child of Murcia". After several months of sickness, he died on May 25, 2010, at noon.

  • American graphic designer (d.2010)

  • French actress and leading lady, popular in France, in many films of the 1950s made by her husband Christian Faque (one of four). She was most memorable in the title role of Lola Montes, 1955. She was the star of "Around the World in 90 Days" in Hollywood in 1956.

  • French actor who provided Gregory Peck's French voice in dubbed films.

  • Saint-Mande (France) -- Actress (Nana).

1919 - 1910

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

  • American musician and entertainer known for his music, his trademark candelabra, his flamboyant lifestyle and highly affected mannerisms. Gay and over-the-top, he was well-liked by people who worked with him; they found him considerate and unpretentious. He was an early television performer who was considered TV's first "matinee idol," winning two Emmys, six gold albums, two stars on the Hollywood …

  • Spanish biologist and ecologist (d. 2004).

  • Neuilly sur Seine Military man

  • George Gaynes

    Helsinki, Finland -- Actor (Henry Punky Brewster).

  • Mexican screenwriter, writer, and photographer. Rulfo is a Latin American writer, screenwriter, and photographer. His reputation rests on his two slim books, Pedro PA!ramo (1955) and El Llano en llamas (53), a collection short stories. The Burning Plain and other Stories published fifteen of the seventeen stories. This collection includes his beloved tale, "Diles que me maten!" ("Tell them not …

  • American politician and lawyer (d. 1999).

  • American politician (d. 1999)

  • American pilot and sergeant (d. 2015).

  • Broadcaster/actor (All Night Lone and Full Treatment)

  • Social Reformer / Doctor

  • Fourth President of Israel, Israeli biophysicist and politician (d. 2009).

  • French politician who represented the French Section Workers' International (SFIO), in the National Assembly between 1956 and 1958. He died on 2 April 1990 in Boulogne-Billancourt.

  • Italian screenwriter and film director. He made a modest start as a codirector on a few minor comedies. He was the son of a prominent journalist and began his career as a film critic. In 1935, he won an amateur prize at Venice for a 16mm feature. He collaborated with Stefano Vanzina from 1949 to 1953 on eight comic films …

  • American musician and big bandleader. His music was always up-to-date in the 1940s and he was always looking for new arrangements. Herman's music was broadcast on radio via jazz and pop. His talent and ability to mould it led to such hits as "I’ve Got the World on a String," and "Northwest Passage." Herman was a highly eclectic performer who …

  • Germany Actor

  • He was an Italian ecclesiastic. In 1935, he was ordained as a priest. Later, he rose through the ranks at Vatican to become Archbishop, and finally a Cardinal in 1969. He played a significant role in the administration and success of Pope John Paul II.

  • Russian poet (d. 1975)

  • Russian painter and educator (d. 1972).

  • Japanese monk and educator (d. 2014.)

  • Russian poet and author

  • He was the first Puerto Rican four-star Admiral and the second Hispanic to be made a full Admiral in modern United States Navy. David Glasgow Farragut (1801aEUR'1870), a Hispanic, was the first full admiral in the Navy during the American Civil War. Rivero, who had retired from the Navy, was appointed the U.S. Ambassador to Spain (1972aEUR"1974). Ambassador to Spain …

1909 - 1900

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

  • Margaret Sullavan

    American actress who achieved her greatest fame in the 1943 stage production "Voice of the Turtle." In 1933, she began her career with a screen trial that led to her first starring role. She produced 16 films in her career, but it was noted that she was temperamental and difficult to work with.

  • French politician and political activist, he was a champion of centrist principles in French social democracy parliamentary. One week after his 68th Birthday, he died May 23, 1977.

  • Sir Charles Wilson was an administrator and educator from Scotland. He was a political scientist and was later appointed Principal of Leicester university College. Later, he became Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Glasgow, 1961-1976. He was responsible for overseeing the university's expansion, which was initiated by Sir Hector Hetherington. He also oversaw the construction of two new buildings.

  • principal (Glasgow University).

  • French politician who was active in Resistance during WWII's French occupation. He held various government positions, including the Minister of Social Affairs.

  • Indian mystic and traditional guru who had to overcome his sensual nature while on his ascetic journey. He wrote many books, including one autobiography. He also conducted seminars that claimed to increase the kundalini. He was also the founder of an active Ashram in California.

  • Indonesian foreign minister (Linggadjati).

  • Henry Fonda

    American actor. He was a star on screen and stage for many years. He was nominated to the Oscar for 1940's "The Grapes of Wrath" and starred on TV in "The Smith Family". He won the Oscar in 1982 for "On Golden Pond", his film debut that spanned 47 years. He was remarkably indifferent to his personal life. He only …

  • Businessman

  • Italian novelist, poet and writer. His career began as an apprentice to a mason. In his early years, he also worked as a technical design. He started writing prolifically in 1930s and published his first book of poetry in 1936. In 1942, he published his first novel, "Estarina."

  • Canada -- Ice hockey player (1928 Olympics, Gold Medalist).

  • Rudi, an Austrian medium, is well-known for his telekinesis and materialization phenomena. Baron Albert von Schrenck–Notzing, a German psychic researcher and physician, started a series experiments in the laboratory. He first tested them with Willy, then Rudi. Rudi became more well-known. Trance is when objects move and materialize in small amounts.

  • Italian politician and important leader of the Italian Republican Party.

  • French explorer, ethnographer, and author. He is best known for his work on prehistoric cave art and was credited with discovering important cave paintings at the Sahara desert's edge. Lhote, an early antiquity astronaut theorist, considered prehistoric art evidence of paleocontact.

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