List of celebrities and famous people who were born on October 16th
Famous birthdays on October 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102014
Famous birthdays on October 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002005
Princess Kritika of Nepal
Crown Prince Paras' daughter
Famous birthdays on October 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
New Zealand-born child of prominent parents. His mother Lucy Lawless, who is famous for her role in Xena and her husband Rob Tapert, is his mother. Julius is the first child of the couple, though Julius' mom has a daughter from an earlier relationship.
American victim of homicide in the two-year-old age group.
French tennis player
American family of note, Richard Zahn, husband and anchor at CBS This Morning, is the son of Paula Zahn, a real estate investor, and Paula Zahn, an anchor at CBS. The prior evening, she began labor at a birthday dinner for Richard. Jared weighed 6 lbs. 7oz. Haley, his older brother, was four years old.
Actor and singer from the Philippines
American family. Son of Houston's offensive tackle David Williams, who was a player for the Oilers at his birth. His weight at birth was 9 lbs. His mother miscarried in August 1992 and his birth, 9 lbs., made his appearance extra special. His dad missed the game to be there for his birth so he was paid $125,000 less per …
Japanese actress and model
Swiss tennis player
American baseball player
Irish twin entertainers
Famous birthdays on October 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American actor and writer.
English sprinter and Bobsledder
Australian professional motorcycle racer and two-time MotoGP World Champ in 2007 and 2011
French track cyclist, triple world champion (last in 2015.)
An English pop singer who became famous as the winner of The X Factor's second series. His debut single "That's my Goal", which was released in the UK on 21 December 2005, became the UK's number one single and the Christmas number one. It was the third-most popular single in the UK. Ward is the only X Factor Winner to …
French pornographic actress
German tennis player
French photographer and photojournalist. He is well-known for his photographs of violence and war scenes. His work has been published in Le Monde Magazine (VSD), Paris Match, Time Magazine (Time Magazine), and The Wall Street Journal.
He is a French international rugby union player of Polish heritage. He was a fly-half in the French squad at the 2003, 2007 and 2015 World Cups.
French rugby player
American mixed martial artist
American basketball player
Australian rugby player
Famous birthdays on October 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Australian model actress and television host
American actress, model and filmmaker.
South African-English politician
Texas, United States -- Singer (Menudo-Cannonball)
Miss New Mexico Teen USA (1996)
American guitarist and drummer (The O.C. Supertones Demon Hunter, and Relient K
American producer and singer. He was born in Bridgeport in Connecticut and grew up in Fairfield. He was a student at Berklee College of Music, Boston, Massachusetts. However, he dropped out and moved to Atlanta with Clay Cook in 1997. They formed a two-man band, Lo-Fi Masters, which was short-lived. Mayer played in local clubs after their split. He continued …
Australian footballer and media personality
French pop singer, born to a pastry chef, he learned to play the guitare, harmonica and violin very early. Although he was an excellent alpine skier, he became immobilized by a chronic illness and began to compose music, inspired by Stevie Wonder. He was a part of the musical "Le Roi Soleil", which was a production by Louis XVI brothers. …
WNBA guard (LA Sparks).
British journalist and broadcaster
Vancouver, British Columbia -- NHL left-wing (Anaheim Mighty Ducks Olympics - 1998
Wide receiver (Baltimore Ravens).
American professional wrestler
Chilean model, engineer, and socialite
English professional footballer
Chilean actress and model
American filmmaker Andrew Mudge was the winner of the 2003 Chrysler Million Dollar Film Festival. "The P.T. Johansen Field Guides to North American Monsters is his winning project, which he will direct in spring 2004. He is also the producer and director of a short documentary about the United Nations Permanent Forum for Indigenous Issues. He has also written and …
Elektrenai (Lituania -- NHL defenseman) (Islanders - Pittsburgh).
Australian rower (1996) Olympics
Powell, an American victim of homicide, was last seen alive in her apartment in Clifton Park in New York on October 1, 1994, at around 11:30 AM. She was six months old.
American comedian and author
Swedish singer-songwriter (At The Gates Lock Up Fear The Great Deceiver Grotesque and Liers in wait)
NFL quarterback/wide receiver (Pittsburgh Steelers).
French footballer who played primarily for Calais (1990-2005).
NFL cornerback (Detroit Lions)
NFL inside linebacker (Arizona Cardinals)
German footballer with Turkish-German ancestry. His career was spent as an attacking midfielder at Bayern Munich.
NFL running back/kick returner (NY Jets).
Japanese mixed martial arts fighter and professional wrestler
Irish republican (Born in 1924)
Famous birthdays on October 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
One of Marilyn and Brian Wilson's daughters, a noted American family. She was a member of the 1989 band Wilson Phillips, along with her sister Carrie and Chynna Phillips. In 1991, the band was nominated for three Grammys and released "Shadows And Light" in 1992. It sold 1.4M copies. Their debut album sold eight million. The band disbanded in 1994.
Japanese professional wrestler
American composer and trumpet player
French stage, TV and film actress, born to a Polish jewish father (physicist), and a Catholic mother. In 2008, she won the Cesar award as best supporting actress. In 2014, she was Natalie Wood's stage persona. Elsa was in a relationship with Antoine De Caunes (a French TV presenter and actor) and Arnaud Montbourg (a French minister).
French table tennis player who competed in four Olympics between 1988 and 2000. He won silver in singles at 1992 Barcelona Olympics, and bronze in doubles with Patrick Chila at 2000 Sydney Olympics.
American producer and actor
Vicenza, Italy -- Diver (1996 Olympics - 4th Place)
TV Show Host
American guitarist (Nirvana Soundgarden mind Funk and OLD).
London, England -- NHL right-wing (Chicago Blackhawks).
American voice actress and singer, as well as director
Hockey forward (Team Austria 1998)
CFL linebacker (Hamilton Tiger Cats)
Columbus, Ohio -- Tennis star
Moscow, Russia -- NHL Center (Calgary Flames Olympics - Silver--1998)
American basketball player and sportscaster
British journalist and disc jockey
South Korean illustrator
French baker and food writer. His great grandfather, grandfather and father were traditional Lorraine bakers. His family then moved to the CA'te d'Azur.
Canadian politician and lawyer (d. 2012).
American-Finnish author (d. 2014)
English academic and physicist
Australian singer-songwriter/guitarist (Bam Balams Navahodads, Vampire Lovers).
Atlanta, Georgia -- Wrestling manager (WCW, ECW)
Russian opera singer
American pro basketball player, the 7-foot-7 inch NBA center was born in Sudan as a Dinka tribesman to play basketball. During 11 seasons, he blocked more shots per minutes than any other player in league history. He was part of four teams.
Canadian singer-songwriter (SNFU, Slaveco.
Neenah (Wisconsin) -- Team handball goalie for the Olympic Games 1988, 92 and 96
Australian-born American musician (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
Lexington, Kentucky -- Slalom skier (1984 Olympics - 4th Place)
San Francisco 49ers defensive end
American producer and director of actor
Soccer player (NEC)
French novelist, whose ten novels have been translated into 42 languages and sold more than 23,000,000 copies. He is the most-read French author.
American singer-songwriter and producer (HA 1/4, sker DA 1/4, and Sugar).
Hamilton, Montana -- LPGA golfer (1995 Sprint Championship).
Canadian keyboard player and songwriter Nathan Mahl and Camel (d. 2015).
Famous birthdays on October 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
English actor and guitarist (Spandau Ballet).
Digital Entertainment Network was founded by an American businessman
An English politician and lawyer
Oxford University mathematician
American baseball coach and player
Welsh politician and journalist
Secretary of State for Culture Media and Sport, English politician
Estonian composer and player of the flute
English-New Zealand rugby player.
American actor, screenwriter and director, a quirky character lead. He has been onscreen since 1984 and has played many roles that showcase his talent and versatility. He is remembered for his portrayal of "Nuke Laloosh," a dimwitted fastball pitcher. This role was also featured in "Bull Durham" 1988 and "The Player" 1992. Robbins' multifaceted talents allow him to effortlessly switch …
American marathon runner, champion
French actor and stuntman.
Manager and English footballer
French law professor is accused of murdering Suzanne, his wife. Suzanne disappeared on February 27, 2000. His wife had a lover and he had several affairs with other women. Viguier was detained on March 10, 2000 and was held for nine months before being released on February 15, 2001. He was not convicted in two criminal cases in 2009 and …
Estonian poet and educator
Peruvian businessman. He runs the Brescia Group with his family, which is one of the most influential economic groups in Peru. He is a director of several multinational companies, including Rimac Seguros and AFP Horizon. After the death of Mario Brescia and Pedro Brescia Cafferata's retirement, he was elected to office in 2013.
American violinist and conductor
Author and playwright of poetry in Bangladesh (d. 1992).
Trust Territory of Pacific, PhD/Astronaut (STS 51/69)
American football coach and player
American-born, London-based author. Her first novel, "How Do I Live Now", was published in August 2004. ItaEUR(tm), a bestseller for young adults, tells the story of a young girl who is caught up in war. It won the 2004 Guardian ChildrenaEUR (tm)s Fiction Prize. Rosoff worked in advertising and publishing in New York for ten years after graduating from college. …
American actress, who plays a part in "As The World Turns," an American soap opera.
A Scottish politician and Conservative Member of Parliament, Forsyth was elected to the House at the General Election on 6/11/1987. Forsyth served as the Scottish Secretary in 1996.
Italian rugby player
American journalist and writer Carcaterra is the author and screenwriter of "Sleepers" as well as "A Safe Place: A True Story of a Dad, a Son and a Murder".
Cleveland, Ohio -- Actress (Animal House), / playmate (July 1973).
Actor Irish-English (d. 2012).
United States -- 4x100m Medley Swimmer (1968 Olympics - Gold Medalist).
American keyboard player, songwriter, and producer (Rainbow Planet P Project & Over the Rainbow).
Brazilian manager and footballer
American sports facility management manager
American basketball player who was drafted by Houston in 1977. He played for three years.
American bass player (Parliament-Funkadelic) (d. 2013)
Baroness Thornton English politician
American actress who plays a wisecracking agent in the TV series "Scarecrow & Mrs. King." Many times she was seen as the dizzy blonde or sexy girl in a bikini on crime series from the late '70s to the early '80s. Her first role in a movie was on "Ebony, Ivory and Jade", a 1979 TV film.
(Rep-D-Missouri, 1983- )
London, England -- Actor (Big Business).
American writer. She is the author of five novels as well as a collection short stories including "The Inn At Lake Devine" (Isabel's Bed). Her latest book, "The Ladies’ Man", is a darkly romantic and poignant comedy of manners. She is known as "the indisputable master at screwball comedy."
Romanian-Hungarian cellist and composer of flute (d. 2015).
Famous birthdays on October 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Indian screenwriter and playwright
Detroit, Michigan -- Actor (Guiding Light Blade - Young and the Restless).
American baseball coach and player
English costume designer and production designer
American film producer, director and screenwriter, as well as actor and screenwriter, was a prolific filmmaker who made and directed many hit comedies in the 1980s and 1990s. These included "Airplane", 1980, "The Naked Gun: From the File of Police Squad," 1988, and "The Naked Gun 2l/2: The Smell of fear," 1991.
Coach and player in Welsh snooker
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Grateful Dead The Other Ones Bobby, the Midnites Kingfish RateDog Furthur, and The Dead).
American actress, who appears in films and television series as the dumb-blonde. Before she was involved in "American Graffiti," her first TV series, "Three's Company," in 1977, she appeared on "American Graffiti". She was replaced instead after she asked for a raise of $30,000 to $150,000.
Dutch race horse jockey, a harnessed trot racing driver who won Le Prix Jockey on Noble Atout in 1984.
California, USA; actress ("Three's Company Step by Step").
American Satanist and founder of the Temple of Set. Although the temple was officially incorporated in 1975 its magical and philosophical roots go back to ancient times. Set, who is the ultimate personification of evil and his worship can be traced back to predynastic days, is known as the Prince of Darkness. Images date back to 3200 BC, while inscriptions …
French television personality, not at all common. He was an author, composer, and singer at the tender age of 18. Tintin assisted him in hosting "La France en Chansons", for nearly 20 years.
American author, who wrote six novels, a memoir, and three collections poetry before he published his "Becoming a Man, Half a Life Story." The book sheds light on the shameful secrecy that plagues gay youth. He won the prestigious National Book Award in 1992 for his stirring story, which exposes the conflicted mind of a young man who died from …
English television host and botanist horticulturalist
Italian pop singer and TV personality. She began her career as a television personality in 1964 with her first single, "Dopo il sole pioverA".
French author and professor of sociology at Paris Descartes University. She is also the author of short stories, essays, and novels that have been translated into many languages. She was also an actress in many films and television programs until 1987. She is the widower of FranASSois CHAC/telet, a philosopher, and the sister of Lionel Jospin.
Toronto, Ontario -- Actor (Ken-My Friend Flicka)
South African manager and footballer
French politician who was Secretary of State from 1986 to 1988
Robert Mitchum's younger son is an actor and family star from America. He has appeared in 32 films since 1969. He is not well-known outside of Asia, where he is a star playing sensitive killer roles. He starred with his father and son on the television drama "Promises To Keep" in October 1985.
American ecclesiastic. He is a Reverend Father in the Roman Catholic Church. After he was expelled from Haverhill's parish for molestation of children, the Archdiocese of Boston sent his case to Our Lady's Hall, Milton, where priests were kept for therapy. He had sexual relations with his young charge while he was there. They even stayed the night together. At …
American family of note, Betsy Boyer, wife of Gene Kelly, and daughter of the dancer Gene Kelly
American baseball player, who was a former catcher for the St. Louis Cardinals as well as the Philadelphia Phillies. His solid career in major league baseball lasted 21 years. He also appeared in three World Series. He started broadcasting in 1980 with the Phillies, and he covered the 1992 Winter Olympics. He is currently a TV sportscaster.
British politician and Member of Parliament, she was elected at the General Election on 6/11/1987. She is the fifth child of Lady Katherine Constance Lindsay and Sir Godfrey Nicholson, who are both the daughters of the 27th Earl Crawford. Emma was a computer programmer before entering politics.
French architect and activist. Candidate in the French presidential elections 2007. He withdrew his candidacy 12 March 2007.
Detroit sports Champions
Italian journalist and guitarist (d. 2009).
American basketball coach and player (d. 2003).
Michigan, USA; NBA forward (New York Knicks)/last ABA commissioner.
American basketball player. He was a forward for the Pistons as well as the Knicks. He was a member of the NBA 50th anniversary team and won the NBA Championship in 1970 and 1973. In 1983, he was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Italian journalist, novelist, singer-songwriter, and political activist.
Famous birthdays on October 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Irish entertainer (Born 1943).
German actress, singer and organist, a performer with "Velvet Underground," doing solo work in the '70s and '80s. During the '60s, she was one of Andy Warhol's group.
Jr. American politician (d. 1999)
Belgian actor, director, and teacher of interpretation of French-language Belgian poetry texts. He was also the director of The Royal Conservatory of Brussels.
West Virginia, USA. Actor (Treasure of Four Crowns).
American painter and artist. He is based in New Mexico and has been called "Eric Clapton for lithography".
Ukrainian-Russian serial killer (d. 1994)
English screenwriter and actor
Japanese judge and lawyer, 15th Chief Justice Japan
US singer (Soulful dress)
English racing driver
American CEO and administrator of Cummins Engine. This is one of the largest producers of diesel engines in the world. Tenneco, Kubota and Ford receive 25 percent of their motors. Schacht, who has a BS in Industrial Administration degree and an MBA from Harvard University, is interested in finance and accounting. He is a family-oriented man who enjoys spending time …
American musician and conductor. He was one of the first black musicians to lead a major orchestra.
German politician, economist, and lawyer. On 4/01/1991, at 11:30 PM MEDT in Dusseldorf, Germany, he was shot in the back and killed.
Canadian politician and physician (d. 2013).
English politician and journalist (d. 2000).
American politician and lawyer (d. 2012).
American football coach and player (d. 2013).
Ukrainian-Russian violinist, educator
Scottish housewife adopted by her sister. Her natural mother was the woman who adopted her, and her parents were her natural aunts and uncles.
Spanish singer and actress
Theologian and priest of English physicist
American Astrologer who feels isolated and unstable from other people. She said, "I feel like there is a wall of glass between me and the world." Instability wins."
Famous birthdays on October 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
(Rep-R-New York, 1978- )
Italian priest, an Italian ecclesiastic, was ordained in 1953 at the age of 24. He received a degree in philosophy as well as theology. He was a purist and made his judgements with honesty.
American feminist philosopher and theologian (d.2010)
American business executive, chairman and ceo of the singer company since 1975. He was married once, with two children.
German writer. He was a poet, essayist and playwright. He was a Hitler youth member. At 16 he joined the military and was wounded. He tried many jobs before deciding to go to art school. After that, he turned his attention to poetry and writing. 1962 saw the publication of his first novel, "The Tin Drum", which caused a stir. …
(Rep-D-Pennsylvania, 1969- )
London, England -- Actor ("Uncle Sasha")
German Nobel Prize winner, German writer
France sport Champion
American visionary, entrepreneur, and CEO of Cablevision Systems since 1996. Dolan, who collaborated with News Corp. to develop Sky Cable, a system that beams satellite to small home dishes.
Jewish Rabbi and Astrologer. He is the author of "To Rule both Day and Night, Astrology In the Bible, Midrash, and Talmud" 1977. He graduated from Princeton and was ordained at the Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion. In New York, he became Rabbi. Dobin is also a member NCGR and Sigma Psi (the National Honors Society for Scientists). …
Italian voice actress and actress
British-American actress who rose to stardom in 1960s Broadway musical "Mame", then as Jessica Fletcher, a hit TV series called "Murder She Wrote."
French champion cyclist.
(Sen-R-Washington, 1983- )
Belgian politician and nationalist president of Flemish extreme-right block. He advocated independence for Flanders, and Brussels reannexation.
French actor who died in Paris on March 15, 2006, at the age of 53.
Actor from Ireland-Canadian (d. 2014).
American actress. She is the daughter of a post clerk and a stage mom. Her mother was a successful stage performer. She was a beautiful, exotic beauty with perfect skin. Her debut came in 1939. She played a variety of roles in the '40s, '50s, as the virginal heroine, or faithful young woman, and then became a sultry temptress. She …
German composer and leader of orchestras (d. 1980).
Bill McLaren was a Scottish rugby league commentator, teacher and journalist. He was also a former player in the rugby union. He was the 'voice of rugby' until his retirement in 2002. His enthusiasm and memorable turns of phrase made him a favorite among rugby fans.
British Cockney comedian, actor and stage performer who grew into a great character star. Bygraves, a sing-along comedian who went on to become a professional comedian during WW II, was a frequent contributor to the Royal Variety Performances. In 1976, he published his autobiography "I Wanna Tell You a Story".
Actor (Dunkirk, Bulldog Breed, Dark Avenger)
Pastor and civil rights leader from Africa (Born in 1922)
Italian soccer player. He passed away on 21 May 2002.
Champigny sur M Actor
Actor (Dunkirk Bulldog Breed), died at 72
Washington Heights, New York -- Actor. (Delvecchio and Hill St Blues).
Texas, actress (Unfaithfully yours, second chance).
British ventriloquist, well-known as one of the best in his field and a mainstay at many theatres during the golden age of variety shows. Worsley's act was unusual in that Worsley himself didn't speak. Charlie Brown, Worsley’s dummy provided the irresistible patter. Even his colleagues said that you couldn't see his lips moving, even when he said "bottle" of beer. …
Famous birthdays on October 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American journalist and author (d.2003)
French-Algerian philosopher, teacher at the ENS and Marxist, he was also an author. He spent five years in concentration camps during WW II.
French soprano lyric who sang operetta and opera. After her timbre had hardened, she made her debut in Toulouse in 1935.
Engl. racing driver and engineer (d.2008)
Toulouse Opera Singers
Comedienne (Gladys Kravitz-Bewitched), dies at 52
France Military man
American astrologer, whose fascination began in the 1960s. After completing her studies at the First Temple of Astrology, she moved to California and became an AFA-accredited advanced astrologer. She gave lectures at AFA conferences and locally. She taught classes from beginning to advanced for the Colorado AA after moving to Denver in 1970.
Australian author (d. 1997)
French Olympian and cyclist champion, riding at Berlin 1936.
Montpellier Military man
Shah of Afghanistan (d. 2007)
NYC, New York -- Comedienne/actress (Gladys Kravitz Bewitched).
Italian baritone opera singer. He made his debut in Rome, 1937 during WW II. He had a long and successful career at La Scala, other Italian theaters, as well as being a recording artist. Bechi was a student in Florence, studied with Frazzi and Di Giorgi and made European appearances shortly after his debut. He was the most prominent baritone …
Estonian poet and author (d. 1977).
German actress and dancer, she was a star in German films up to the year of her death.
American politician and rancher 26th Governor of Wyoming (d.2009).
German commander (d. 2006)
Belgium sport Champion
Germany Military man
Famous birthdays on October 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Brest Military man
English-American writer and educator (d. 2006).
Albanian politician and general Prime Minister of Albania
French author (La Novice, Et Mourir de Plasir)
English academic and sociologist (d. 1973).
Italian dramatist, journalist and novelist, called "an Italian Kafka." His most famous novel, "The Tartar Steppe," was published in 1940. It is both realistically and allegorically. He also wrote "Larger Than Life," 1960 a sci-fi novel and "A Love Affair," 1962.
Lott Jr tennis champion (1931 US Open runner-up).
Argentinian screenwriter and actor (d. 1996)
German footballer and manager (d. 90)
Chicago, Illinois -- Cowboy actor (Cowboys & Injuns). / lt.gov (Nevada).
Pattonsburg (Missouri) -- Actor (Beyond the Sacramento).
French Vice-admiral, who was PrA(c),fet Maritime de Brest (1961-1965).
Swedish actor (d. 1968).
Italian playwright, essayist and writer. On August 16, 1933, he was killed in a car accident.
French storyteller, and creator of the original Babar story. She was also a classically-trained pianist.
French pianist and author (d. 2003).
California, USA; actor.
American baseball manager and player (d. 1971).
Italian poet and painter (d. 1988).
Vietnamese-born British writer/illustrator (d. 1979).
Baseball Hall of Famer (AL bat champion 1928)