List of celebrities and famous people who were born on September 16th
Famous birthdays on September 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102012
Famous birthdays on September 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002005
American child of Scott Hamilton, a champion figure skater and father to Scott Hamilton. Scott was diagnosed with testicular cancer many years before his son was born. Tracie Hamilton, 33 years old, is Tracie's mother. She was a former nutritionist.
Famous birthdays on September 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Soap Opera Actor
Japanese actor and model
American guitarist and singer (Jonas Brothers).
Lithuanian basketball player
English motorcycle racer
Canadian figure skater
Latvian tennis player
South Korean singer dancer actress and model (Dal Shabet)
Famous birthdays on September 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Canadian ice hockey player
American actor and guitarist, singer-songwriter
Model and actress from Australia
American dancer and instructor
Scotland Yard believes that Hussain, a British terrorist, was one of those who detonated bombs in the underground London system on July 7, 2005. Hussain is believed to be responsible for the bus bombing that killed himself and at least 13 other people. The rubble contained his remains, as well as some of his belongings.
American baseball player
Georgian-English guitarist and singer-songwriter
American singer and actress (The Cheetah Girls).
Belgian singer and pianist
American football player
Zimbabwean Olympic swimmer
New Zealand All Black rugby player
Italian rugby player
American actress (Gilmore Girls).
Virgin Islander sprinter
Czech hockey player
Czech ice hockey player
Dutch wheelchair racer
Famous birthdays on September 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
French singer, reminds many of singer Edith Piaf.
American basketball coach and player
American television host and singer
Belgian singer and musician of spanish heritage
American politician and captain
English singer-songwriter and actress (S Club).
Puerto Rico; singer (Menudo-Cannonball).
American basketball coach and player
American race car driver (d.2013)
Carthage (Texas) -- Baseball infielder (1996 Olympics-Bronze Medalist).
Australian singer and songwriter
Dutch singer-songwriter and dancer
American politician and lawyer
American sextuplets: The last six babies to be born within a time span of less than an hour. Julia, one of the six babies, died from hyaline membrane diseases.
American screenwriter and author
Columbia, Maryland -- Soccer defender (1996 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Kazakh manager and cyclist
Actor (Charlie Wade-Dallas)
Soccer player (RKC)
Italian singer-songwriter/producer (Theatres des Vampires Lord Vampyr’s Shadowsreign, Cain).
American producer and actor
American comedian, she has been performing on "Saturday Night Live” since 2001.
NFL / CFL wide receiver (Atlanta Falcons, Argonauts)
New York, USA; actor (Shannon).
Oklahoma, United States -- Miss America (1996)
Lima, Ohio -- Pitcher (Cleveland Indians).
Famous birthdays on September 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Soccer player (Go Ahead Eagles).
NFL defensive tackle (Oakland Raiders).
Actor and singer from the Philippines
English singer-songwriter/guitarist (Elastica & Suede).
Montreal, Quebec -- 130 kg freestyle wrestler (1992, 96 Olympics - 5th Place )
Minneapolis, Minnesota -- Rocker (Jets - You Got it All).
American screenwriter and producer of director films
NFL guard / tackle (Tampa Bay Bucs)
Houston, Texas -- Volleyball hitter (1992 Olympics, 96 Olympics, Bronze Medalist).
Irish footballer (d. 2012).
NFL running back (Miami Dolphins)
Japanese illustrator and author
Kenora, Ontario -- Decathlete (1996 Olympics)
Los Angeles, California -- 400m hurdler
Champion of French Judo, winner of the Bronze Medal in the Under 95 kg class at the Atlanta Olympics on 7/21/1996
American playwright and author
Washington DC: actress (Lindsay-Dynasty).
German manager and footballer
Model and actress in Spanish-French
Screenwriter and actress from Australia
American singer and guitarist (Skid Row).
New Jersey, USA: rocker (Skid row - "Psycho Love")
NFL middle linebacker (Arizona Cardinals)
Turkish actress and singer
Illinois, USA. Rocker "Hold on to The Night".
French TV producer and host.
American news reporter and anchor of New York's Eyewitness News. She is a member of the Stokes political family. Her uncle is Cleveland's former mayor Carl Stokes, and her father is Congressman Louis Stokes. She was born in Washington, DC. She won a beauty contest in 1983. In 1986, she began her career in medical reporting. She was particularly interested …
Westchester, New York -- LPGA golfer (1995 Edina Realty)
Italian journalist, TV producer and host of television shows. He has taught media topics and cultural communication at university.
Ashland, Oregon -- Catcher for Detroit Tigers
American comic book author
American skater, stunning blonde with unsurpassed form. She was always athletic and took ballet lessons at age three, and skate lessons at nine years old. Despite being an odds-on favorite, she was often a close second to others. She placed fifth at the 1980 Olympics and seventh at the World Meet.
American illustrator and author
French cartoonist, who designed the covers of "PrA(c]sence du futur", "Je Bouquine" or "Journal de Mickey."
American composer and trumpet player
American bass player (Lynyrd skynyrd, Outlaws) (d.2009).
English actor, singer, and dancer
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma -- Catcher (Texas Rangers)
Famous birthdays on September 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American baseball player: Outfield, Yankees
American bass player (The Runaways), director and producer
Canadian screenwriter and actor
Manager and lawyer for South African cricketer
American baseball player: pitcher, Indians.
American boxer, who started the sport in 1981 after completing his college education. He rose to the top of amateur boxing within two years, but was defeated by Mike Tyson in the Olympic tryouts. He remained a professional fighter for the next two decades, with a record of 13-2.
Brazilian Uranian astrologer.
Italian insurance fraud. His wife and he faked his death while sailing to claim 1,000,000 lire. After two years, he was still alive.
French politician who was Minister of Finance between 2012 and 2014, and Minister for European Affairs from 1997 to 2002.
Anguilla -- British triple jumper (1984 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
An English politician and lawyer
Manager and footballer from Ireland
Romanian composer and singer of jazz (Born 1957).
French homicide. Henri Jean Jacomet's sister-in-law was convicted and sentenced to seven years in prison. The verdict was overturned on June 15, 1995 and Jacomet was released. He never stopped proving his innocence in the Huos carnage.
American magician and natural-born performer, who is world famous for his spectacular productions of around 500 live performances per year as well as TV specials. He was ten years old when he began to carry tricks around. However, he was more interested in theater and stage than magic. He is a hard worker, perfectionist, and a workaholic. He is both …
English teacher and civil servant
Rock guitarist (Raydio)
NYC, New York -- Pilot / Astronaut (STS 70, 78, 87)
Baseballer (Milbrewers, MVP 1982-89, 3,142 hits).
English actress and television host
American basketball player
Indian sitar player and composer
American singer-songwriter (The Chi-Lites), (d. 2014).
American academic and author
Author and translator from Canada-America
Georgia, USA. PGA golfer (US Open 1976 and Canadian Open 1976).
English singer and guitarist (Black Lace & Smokie). (d. 1995).
American comedian, actor, and stand-up comedian. Clarke began his career as a janitor while he was completing college at the University of Massachusetts in Boston. Rodney Dangerfield discovered Clarke's comedy talents at Ding-Ho Restaurant, Cambridge. Clarke was cast by Dangerfield in "NothinaEUR (tm) Does Right" and the two comedians collaborated on "Meet Wally Sparks." His TV credits include the role …
Jazz pianist / guitarist
American sportscaster and golfer
Baron Malloch Browne English journalist and politician 2nd Secretary-General of United Nations
Canadian ice hockey player, and sportscaster
American actor, screenwriter and retired boxer. He has primarily played the role of a leading man in action and drama films.
Macon, Georgia -- Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers' rock bassist
Bronx, New York -- Rock guitarist (Honeydrippers)
American athlete, who was a member the 1984 US Olympic fencing team
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
Scottish rugby player and coach
American lucky winner of $42 million lottery jackpot, Belmont, MA, on 3/17/1997. Bill, her husband, received the first 20 annual checks totaling $1.4 million after taxes on 3/20/1997 in Braintree. She purchased the winning ticket on Friday, 3-14/97 in Methuen (MA).
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (The Bellamy Brothers).
American-English singer and TV host
Jr. American journalist and historian
Famous birthdays on September 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American computer genius and well-known family member, Zip Dobyns. He holds Masters Degrees in math and computer science. Married 4/20/1997, San Diego.
Oregon, USA; actress Roxanne - L.A. Law
Indonesian singer-songwriter and guitarist (d. 2007)
American actor, whose talented portrayal of the socially awkward Dr. Victor Erlich on the hit television series, "St. Elsewhere," from 1982-88 resulted in multiple Emmy nominations.
British musician and drummer for the rock band "The Who." Some of the group's hits include "Sha-La–La-La–Lee," 1966, "Lazy Sunday," 1968, "Itchy Park," 1975, and the 1977 LP "Playmates". He was originally a singer in the group "Small Faces", which became "Faces" later.
French politician, member of Federation for a Social and Ecological Alternatives (FASE) and former member French Communist Party.
American tennis player and sportscaster
Mexican historian critic and publisher
NBA star (Milwaukee Bucks).
He was a Russian politician and a former fighter pilot. From July 10, 1991, to October 4, 1993, he was the country's vice president. He lost a power battle that he had waged with President Boris Yeltsin.
Spanish producer and singer-songwriter
American model (d. 1997)
Lawyer and politician from Australia
American astrologer and author, most notably on local space astrology. His books include "Generations and Outer Planet Cycles", and "Planets in Locality": Exploring Local Space Astrology. He is a Matrix rep and AFAN coordinator for Colorado. Cozzi teaches Feng Shui and astrology at Denver Free University.
American voice actress and actress (d.2010)
Dutch ice-skater. He was a world champion in 1970 and later became a sportscaster.
Detroit, Michigan -- Rocker (Martha Reeves & Vandellas).
Jamaican drummer (Kid Creole and Coconuts and Toots and Maytals). (d. 2000).
German politician who was Minister of Finance in Germany from 1998 to 1999. He was previously Minister-President for the state of Saarland between 1985 and 1998. He was also the Chairman of the Social Democratic Party (95 to 1999). Since 2007, Lafontaine has been co-chairman for The Left. In January 2010, Lafontaine announced his resignation as co-chairman of The Left …
British MP (C)
Chinese manager and footballer (d. 2012).
American news reporter as the 15 year-old mistress 31-year older Errol Flynn, who was on board his yacht in Vancouver Harbor when he died from a heart attack. At 17 years old, she sold her memoirs and received $17,000.
New York City, New York USA; actress (Night of the Juggler Mississippi).
English keyboard player (The Hollies).
Marlette, Michigan -- PGA golfer (1993 PGA Seniors Champion)
New York, USA; director/actor (Hot Times, Breathless, Big Easy).
American singer and autoharpist (The Lovin' Spoonful).
American politician and political scientist
American professional tennis player, who was one the best players of the game in the 1950s and 1960s.
American composer and saxophonist (World Saxophone Quartet).
Italian illusionist, TV personality, and actor.
Famous birthdays on September 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
South African-French poet, painter
French journalist who wrote for L'HumanitA(c), Dimanche, a French political magazine. He died 23 January 1994.
American artist, teacher, graphic designer, and photographer. He is passionate about "animal as an icon" and recording endangered architecture.
American basketball player (d. 2014.)
Jersey City sports champions
American football player.
American businessman and philanthropist
American notable family, Lucille Warner and Frank Capra.
Czech singer (d.2013)
Neuilly sur Saine Actor
Professor of Law at Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya, as well as a lecturer on law at Hebrew University of Jerusalem's Yale Law School, Georgetown University Law Center and University of Toronto Faculty of Law.
Dutch MP (PvdA)
Author and playwright from Argentina.
American producer, director, and composer
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
American dancer and actor.
American pro-astrologer and editor for the Ascendant magazine. She founded it with a commitment to high standards in astrology. Her interests include metaphysical potpourri and flower essences, Vedic, Horary, visions, New Age material, as well as the usual metaphysical potpourri.
NBA star (1958-1959 Rookies of the Year-Los Angeles Lakers).
English saxophonist (Blues Incorporated, The Graham Bond Organisation & Colosseum) (d.2004).
Xansa was founded by a German-English businesswoman, philanthropist and philanthropist.
Ohio, USA; actor (West Side Story).
New York, USA. Actress (Honey West, Pancho Ville).
English cricketer and coach
American R&B and Boogie-woogie singer and pianist Littlefield, who became an overnight star as a teenager and pop sensation in 1949 when he made the triplet piano style popular on "It's Midnight".
Sri Lankan academic and zoologist (d. 2003).
American magazine cover girl, five years old. She was a full-time professional model by seven years of age. At eleven she made her Broadway debut and was signed to a Hollywood contract at sixteen. While she was busy, she didn't become a star. Her films include "Portrait of Jennie", "So Young, So Bad", "Portrait of Jennie", "Portrait of Susan" (1948), …
French composer and organist (Born 1886).
Famous birthdays on September 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
(Rep-D-Michigan, 1977- )
American marketing businessman and CEO at Clorox, a company that makes household products. Purdue graduate Weaver holds a BS degree in Business. He enjoys browsing art galleries looking for period art from the 30's and 40s as a hobby.
British occultist (d. 1986)
English educator and author (d. 1986).
American TV host and actor (d. 2013).
New York, USA. Actor (Colombo Scared Straight).
Queens, New York, USA; actor (Bart - Maverick, Get Christie Love).
American writer (Morning In Antibes).
American actor. He is best known for his roles as child actors for two non-consecutive periods of "Our Gang" ("Little Rascals") comedy comedies. His first role was as "Tommy", and then as "Butch". He is also known for his role as Jimmy Olsen's friend and the first actor to portray the role in "Superman" (1948).
American pastor and author (d.2015)
Austrian-Australian composer and pianist (d. 2011).
Actor (Butch-Our Gang)
Chezy sur Marne physician
Irish politician and accountant 7th Taoiseach, Ireland (d. 2006).
American singer and guitarist (d.1999)
An Irish politician, who was Taoiseach (prime Minister) of Ireland as of 1990 and was a member the Fianna Fail Party. He was a Republican and anti English, and he was often in and out office as corruption rumors accompanied his administration.
France sport Champion
American R&B singer and songwriter, who is considered the best blues artist of his generation. He has released more than 70 albums. He was a perfectionist and workaholic who did many tours. However, most of his money went to the U.S. government and other pockets of excess or poor financial decisions. His voice and guitar were powerful instruments that displayed …
Mississippi, USA: Blues singer "The Thrill is Gone".
American actress and star for more than a century. She was a former model and has been onscreen since 1944, when she starred with Humphrey Bogart's "To Have and Have Not."
French cinematographer, Jean-Luc Godard is the most prominent association with the Nouvelle Vague period. Coutard shot films for FranASSois Truffaut, a New Wave director, and Jacques Demy. Demy is often associated with the movement. In a nearly 50-year career, he shot more than 75 films.
Winnipeg, Manitoba -- Choreographer (Piccadilly Palace).
New York, USA. Actress (Dark Passage Key Largo).
Minister Mentor of Singapore
Singaporean politician who was the first Prime Minster of Singapore (3 June 1959 aEUR", 28 November 1990).
French actor and singer (Born in 1922)
American actress. She is a leading lady with an operatic voice. Her debut was in 1944's Hollywood Canteen. Other films she appeared in include 1961's "Please Don't Eat the Daisies" and 1967's "Welcome to Hard Times". In 1954, she made her Broadway debut with "Pajama Game", which was a huge success. She was also seen in the TV series "Trapper …
French-English screenwriter and director
American composer and pianist
American Lutheran clergyman, historian, and educator.
Chaplain to the Queen of Scotland
American cartoonist (d. 1991).
American CEO of Jefferson-Pilot Insurance Company. Soles is an accountant and finance enthusiast with a BS in Commerce. He also has a passion for fishing and golf.
Italy -- Water polo (1948 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Adviser (British Red Cross)
"Girls with red hair"
Famous birthdays on September 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Los Angeles, California -- Singer (Andy & Della Russell Show).
Canadian-American Hierarchiologist and Educator (d. 1990).
Canadian-born educator and writer (d. 1990).
American football player and sportscaster (d.2015)
French aviator and flying ace during World War II was awarded the title of Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English : Companion to the Liberation).
Polish pianist (d. 1968).
Actor/screenwriter (Road To Bali, China), died at 76
CEO (International Publishing House).
Barbadian politician and umpire of cricket (d. 1999).
Indian actress and singer (d. 2004).
Caribbean politician, 1st Prime Minister Saint Kitts and Nevis (d. 1979)
American business executive for Ford Marketing, and weekend conductor of youth orchestras for over 30 years. He was a cellist and pianist. Later, he became the Meremblum Youth Symphonies' leader. He continued his conductorship with the All Season Orchestra after he retired to Northern California. The orchestra was made up of musicians from pre-teens to seniors, who shared a love …
Barbadian labour leader (d. 1999)
Indian singer (d. 2004)
French poet, radio/television personality and writer.
American pianist (d. 1968).
Brooklyn, New York -- Television host and creator (Candid Cam)
American football's end, also known as "Moose". He was a six-year member of the National Football League for Green Bay Packers (1938aEUR'1941, 1945aEUR'1946). In 1983, he was inducted into Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame. Mulleneaux was injured and retired from the Packers in 1946. He then coached football at Santa Monica College, Texas Tech College, Arizona, Fullerton College and …
He is a French playwright, essayist, and novelist. He was originally from Belgium. He moved to France after the war and became a French citizen in 1959.
NYC, New York -- Producer (Mildred Pearse, Johnny Belinda).
Australia -- Communist / writer
American television/film producer and writer (Born in 1911).
Lady Ramsey of Canterbury
German colonel and chauffeur (d.75)
German race car driver and manager (d.2003)
Famous birthdays on September 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
British Lord Justice of Appeal
Actor / cabaret performer / director (Nemo)
English Labor MP (1950-59, 64-83)
Dutch opera singer.
Indian or American entertainer, with uncertain ancestry and birth records, who presented himself to the world as a turbaned Hindu priest. In the early days TV, he enjoyed some fame for a short time. Later, he worked as an organist in Las Vegas and as a private hypnotist to help clients lose weight, quit smoking, or overcome other addictions.
French essayist, writer, and former Roman Catholic priest. He is gay and a Jew, but he was also a Nazi collaborator. However, he made a living by helping Jewish families flee to France's Unoccupied Zone. He was a kleptomaniac, and an alcoholic. He was later discharged from military service for sexual misconduct. His works were largely autobiographical.
Sri Lankan-English colonel (d. 1996)
Czech poet and author (d. 80)
Czech poet (d. 1980)
Norwegian politician, diplomat, and statesman. Except for one month during John Lyng's administration in 1963, he was Norway's foreign minister from 1946 to 1965.
Bourg la Reine Politician
British Major Scout (WWII Arnhem).