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2019 - 2010

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

  • English child of well-known parents, singer Rachel Stevens and Alex Bourne.

2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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

  • American family, Helen Morris, is the daughter of Martin Scorsese and Helen Morris, a filmmaker. Her dad was 57 years old when she was born. He is delighted. Her mother is 52 years old; they were married in July.


1989 - 1980

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

  • French businessman, tennis monitor and radio-TV columnist. He is the son of Minister Laurent Fabius, producer FranASSoise Castro. He is severely indebted due to his addiction to casino games and has been expelled from Nevada since October 2015.

  • Puerto Rican baseball player

  • Australian singer-songwriter

  • French-Lebanese film producer, especially "Le PrA(c]nom" and "le Petit Prince" (2015), son of actress Carole Bouquet Married to Masha, model. Five million Chinese children saw "The Little Prince".

  • American voice actress and singer, as well as director


1979 - 1970

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

  • Maggie Gyllenhaal

    American actress

  • Ukrainian-American skater champion. She won an Olympics Gold Medal at the Lillehammer Games in Norway on February 25, 1994. She was 15 years old, making her the youngest Olympic figure skater champion since Sonja Henie (1928).

  • Australian actress and singer-songwriter

  • Mexican producer and actor

  • Screenwriter from Puerto Rico. Mylo's first screenplay, Statue of Limitations was written in just 28 days. Global Screen Partners awarded her three-picture deal for the erotic thriller. The film is currently in post-production. She was uncredited as a vampire in Underworld, directed by Len Wiseman in 2003. Mylo had her first child in 2004 when Zohar Films was founded. She …

  • Pakistani cricketer and coach

  • computer game creator.


1969 - 1960

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

  • Tammy Lauren
  • Croatian handball goalkeeper

  • US butterfly swimmer (200m Record)

  • Athens, Greece -- Playmate Jan 1992

  • Lisa Bonet

    American actress who played Bill Cosby’s daughter in his television series, "The Bill Cosby show." In 1984, the series was split into her own show, "A Different World." In the film "Angel Heart," she assumed a new, sexy look. She was nude. Her film career was limited to grade B films, in which she performed steamy love scenes.

  • California, USA; actress (Cosby Show. Different World. Angel Heart).

  • NFL wide receiver (Tampa Bay Bucs)

  • American poet and academic (d.2009)

  • TV Actress

  • Valeria Bruni Tedeschi

    Italian actress

  • Canadian jazz singer and pianist, well-known for her contralto singings. Married Elvis Costello, British singer, 6 December 2003. They had two children.

  • Maeve Quinlan

    American screenwriter and producer of actresses

  • American baseball pitcher: he played for the Mets most of his career. He was drafted in 1982 and 1984 was his rookie record year. He was the youngest player ever to play in the All-Stars that year. In 1985, he won the Cy Young Award.

  • Harry Lennix

    American producer and actor

  • German circus performer, daughter of Sigrid Gebel, and step-daughter Gunther Gebel–Williams. She performed with her mother in a circus with horses, and she also worked with dogs.

  • American keyboard player and producer (Type-O Negative and Fallout).

  • Comedian

  • British boxer (European champ)

  • American singer-songwriter and keyboard player (Guns 'N' Roses Replicants, Zaum).

  • French singer

  • French singer

  • French trials biker who won the 1981 World Championship, becoming the youngest champion in history at the age of 19. He also won the Scottish Six Days Trial Motorcycle competition with Italian SWM.

1959 - 1950

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

  • American race car driver and American businessman

  • American social worker, writer, and advocate for the disabled. His memoir, "Those Are the Breaks", was written in 2003 about his struggle with Osteogenesis Imperfecta (also known as Brittle Bone Disease). In 1988, he graduated from West Chester University with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work. He then went on to complete a PhD. Smith is Associate Editor of …

  • French politician, former Member of European Parliament for the West of France. After leaving the Greens in 2008, she is now a member the Socialist Party. Aubert was Vice Chair of ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly.

  • Japanese actor

  • Argentinian footballer coach, manager

  • Canadian ice hockey coach and player

  • Italian actress and stage director, best known for her role as a stage director in "Bread and Tulips", (2000).

  • American golf caddy (d. 2004)

  • Cuban drummer (Jaguares & Pat Metheny Group).

  • Lawyer and politician from Australia

  • British sketch comedian, known for his memorable TV shows. Mel Smith met him in 1979 when he was a contributor to Cambridge Footlight. They worked together for many years in "Not the Nine O'clock News," from March 1980 to March 1982. They ran "Alas Smith and Jones", a comedy series that featured their hilarious head-to-head sketches on idiocy.

  • French diplomat who joined France's Foreign Ministry in 1978.

  • Griff Rhys Jones

    British comedian / actor (Morons from Outer Space).

  • Welsh comedian and author

  • Japanese video game designer

  • American Astrologer, Editor and Production Manager at Llewellyn publications since January 1982. Due to panic attacks and agoraphobic anxiety, she finds it difficult to attend conferences. This makes her feel trapped.

  • American-English author

  • American Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, Vogel won the prestigious award for her 1998 play "How I Learned to Drive". Vogel addresses social issues such as child molestation and AIDS in her plays, "How I Learned to Drive", which was first produced in 1992. She won an Obie Award for best play.

  • Grand Master of Grand Orient de France (1997-1999): French politician

  • Politician

  • French novelist and philosopher, who wrote about twenty books, essays, and novels.

  • Beverly D'Angelo

1949 - 1940

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

  • Francophone Belgian politician. Member of the Parti Socialiste. Finance auditor. Years spent as a minister in Wolloon's government were followed by years as a minister in the federal Belgian cabinet, 2009-2011.

  • American professional astrologer, writer and contributor to The Mountain Astrologer magazine, and other publications. He is also the author of two books, "Houses of the Horoscope". Herbst graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in psychology. He then transferred to Columbia University. He discovered astrology in 1970. He then joined a local commune to help start a radio station, …

  • Italian victim of homicide, killed in Geneva by her son Stefano Diamante at 6:00 AM. He didn't want her to discover that he had lied about not going to university.

  • American editor and publisher of The Seattle Astrologer, an astrological newsletter that is not technical.

  • Steve Railsback

    Actor (Blue Monkey Green Monkey Escape 2000).

  • American singer-songwriter and pianist

  • American-English playwrights and critics

  • American author and explorer, who spent 25 years studying the ontological foundations and ethno-pharmacology for spiritual transformation. His most profound explorations were into mind alternations and conscious and unconscious reality, which he found fascinating.

  • American basketball player

  • Danish motorcycle racer

  • Barbara Leigh

    Ringgold, Georgia -- Actress (Vampirella)


1939 - 1930

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

  • Spanish flamenco dancer, choreographer, who helped popularize the art form on an international stage. Some of his most memorable works include dance adaptations of Prosper MelimA(c),e's Carmen, and Federico GarcAa Lorca (Bodas de Sangre) as well as a feature length adaptation of Manuel de Falla’s 23-minute ballet El Amor Brujo. He toured the globe with Fuenteovejuna in the 1990s, based …

  • Australian politician and businessman 46th Australian Minister of Defence

  • American priest, American ecclesiastic and activist. For leading protests against injustice during the turbulent 60s, he was detained seven times and later jailed several times. He was a leader in more than 200 marches for civil rights and open housing.

  • Italian Mafia chief Corleone was named after Palermo, where he was born. He was wanted for his criminal activities for 20 years and was finally arrested.

  • American baseball player

  • Sculptor

1929 - 1920

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

  • French semiologist and lexicographer, she is also Alain Rey's wife and colleague. She was France's first female lexicographer and held many high-ranking posts in the field. Her influence helped to bring about feminist changes in French language usage. She was buried in Senegal on 22 February 2005.

  • Author and educator from Bangladeshi-Indian (d. 2009).

  • PizzaExpress was founded by an English businessman and philanthropist.

  • Clu Gulager

    American actor and director

  • Oklahoma, USA; actor.

  • American trauma surgeon, professor at The University of Texas Health Science Center Houston and Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center. He was on-site since 1972. He was instrumental in the introduction of Memorial Hermann's Life Flight program, and the establishment of a level 1 trauma center in Houston. He is most well-known outside Texas for his nationally syndicated television commercial called "Texas …

  • Barbara Payton

    American actress, onscreen since 1940. Franchot Tone was her husband and she divorced.

  • American composer and pianist (d. 1983).

  • Statesman

  • Montpellier physician

  • French medical researcher and Emeritus Professor of Experimental medicine at the University of Lyon. In 1955, he spent one year at the Long Beach laboratory of the Horace Magoun. He has been involved in research at the Neurological Hospital of Lyon, and in the Faculty of Medicine of Lyon on experimental neurophysiology.

  • American runner and Olympic track and field gold champion.

  • Los Angeles sports champions

  • Dutch MP (CDA)

  • OXO was founded by an American businessman (d. 2013).

  • American business partner, operations administrator, and CEO of K Mart. Bennett purchased Circus Circus Enterprises, and opened a Las Vegas hotel with 4,000 rooms. While in Arizona, he was a specialist in merchandise marketing at Phoenix College. His hobbies include speedboats and modeling planes.

  • Portuguese author and winner of the 1998 Nobel Prize in Literature.

  • The Italian bandit chief was a romantic figure of the 20th Century. He is a strikingly handsome combination of Robin Hood and Pancho Ville, who lives with his band in a mountain hideout. Mario Puzo's bestseller, "The Sicilian", was inspired by Giuliano. He was betrayed by one of his men and shot to death on 7/05/1950.

  • Royal Dano

    NYC, New York -- Actor. (Red Badge Of Courage, Cocaine Wars and House II).

  • Amdahl Corporation was founded by Amdahl, an American computer scientist, physicist, and engineer (d. 2015).

  • Costa Rican politician, economist and leader of Costa Rica's left. He is the brother of Manuel Mora, the main Costa Rican Communist Party leader, and father to Patricia Mora, the current president of The Broad Front Party, and deputy for the period 2014-2018. Eduardo Mora served as deputy twice during the period 1974-1978, when it was illegal to form Communist …

  • Italian soccer coach and player. He passed away on the 8th of July 1995.


1919 - 1910

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

  • American singer and accordion player (d. 2007)

  • Chinese-American author

  • British World War II spy, double agent, aka Agent Zigzag (d. 1997).


1909 - 1900

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

  • Indian-Pakistani religious leader (d. 1982).

  • French cartoonist, designer, and illustrator. He is best known for his extraordinary drawings of lovers in porcelain lanes. On 14 January 1999, he died.

  • German writer. Her greatest successes were as a journalist and KAPnigin der Meere (1940), which dealt with the founding of Venice, is the most popular. Her other novels include Die Ballade der Judith van Loo (38), Die Allerheiligen-Bucht (42), Die BA 1/4 rger Von Calais (1949), Der A-lzweig (1952), in which she discusses Noah and the Flood. Her historical Novellen …

  • Peruvian politician and soldier, who briefly held the presidency of Peru after General Ricardo Perez Godoy was appointed head of the military-junta. He served this term from 3 March 1963 to 28 Jul 1963.

  • Dutch Roman Catholic nun dedicated to the welfare of homeless kids; well-known for her work with the "ragmen of Cairo."

  • Renée Saint-Cyr
  • Burgess Meredith

    Actor (Penguin Batman, Rocky), is killed at 88

  • American character actor, director, writer and producer of plays whose early credits included "Hamlet" and "MacBeth," and who became known in later years for such film roles as Rocky Balboa's crusty manager. He won an Emmy in 1977 for portraying attorney Joseph Welch in "Tail Gunner Joe," a TV special about Senator Joseph McCarthy, and won a special Tony award …

  • France sport Champion

  • French writer and criminal. He was convicted of murder by French courts and is best known for his memoir, Papillon. It tells the story of his escape from a French Guiana penal colony.

  • French notable spouse, first wife of Jacques Lacan. She was Sylvain Blondin's sister.

  • French actress. Between 1933 and 1994, she was in 66 films. She is the mother to the late film director Georges Lautner (1926aEUR") (2013).

  • Nigerian statesman, commonly known as "The Zik Of Africa." He was a leading figure in modern Nigerian nationalism. From 1963 to 1966, he was the head of Nigeria's state. From 1960 to 1963, he was the second and final Governor-General. He was also the first President of Nigeria between 1963 and 1966. He died May 11, 1996.

  • Musician

  • French journalist and editor at La Depeche du Midi. A regional daily newspaper, published in Toulouse, south-west France. It has 17 editions that cover different parts of the Midi–PyrA(c]es region.

  • French military officer involved in the decolonization conflict between Indochina (1946-1954), and Algeria (1954-1962).

  • British-Australian stage and radio performer. She is best known for her role in Gwen Meredith’s ABC radio serial, "Blue Hills", February 1949 to 1976. She was a performer on the stage since age three. She studied voice production, classical ballet and drama before becoming a professional in British musical comedy. Before moving to Sydney, Australia, her adult debut was in …

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