List of celebrities and famous people who were born on July 17th
Famous birthdays on July 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102014
The crash occured on the flight 17 (Amsterdam-Kuala-Lumpur) in East Ukraine, Hrabove, near the city which was renamed Torez, in honour of French communist Maurice Thorez. All crew members and passengers were killed.
American daughter of a prominent family. She is the daughter of Jared Kushner, a real estate developer and Jared Kushner, and Ivanka Trump, formerly a model and businesswoman. She is the granddaughter of Donald Trump, a tycoon.
Famous birthdays on July 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002007
Gordon Brown's son Sarah, a Scottish family legend, was a well-known Scottish figure. The child was diagnosed with cystic Fibrosis on November 29, 2006.
Famous birthdays on July 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
The son of Princess Elena de Bourbon, a Spanish princess, and Jaime de Marichalar, a Spanish prince, was married in Seville, 3/18/1995. Felipe is King Juan Carlos's first grandchild.
Japanese actress and model
American famous family, Carrie Fisher's daughter and Bryan Lourd's boyfriend. They bought a house together in 1993, but split up later in the summer. Her mother kept the house to care for her first child, a healthy girl.
Estonian ice dancer
A French teenager, who is notable for his weight of 230 kgs. He was therefore not allowed to fly between France and the USA (2013).
Famous birthdays on July 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American author and illustrator. She was 11 years old when she published her book "Chicken Pox Explosion!" in June 2000. It was her memoir from a trip to Italy as a nine-year-old when she contracted the disease. Adolph Caso, her grandfather, was a published author who helped to make contacts and get her 32-page book for children aged 4-8 into …
American actress. Her role as Jasira, in the 2007 film Towelhead, was her first major role. She was selected to play Azula in M. Night Shyamalan’s film The Last Airbender.
Chinese table tennis player
American singer-songwriter and producer
German DJ and producer
Czech race car driver
Australian rugby league player
American football player
Rosa Salazar is an American actress known for her roles in Alita: Battle Angel and the Maze Runner series.
Swedish ice hockey player
Japanese singer (Country Musume)
Haitian triple jumper
American baseball player
Canadian television presenter
English singer-songwriter and actress (Atomic Kitten).
West Indian Cricketer
German runner (d. 2009)
French actress on stage and in film, most well-known for her role as Aurora (Babylon A.D. (2008)).
Venezuelan track and cross athlete
Estonian shot putter
American hockey player
Famous birthdays on July 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Mike Vogel is an American actor known for his roles in movies such as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Cloverfield.
QPark is a social media influencer known for his comedic videos on Vine and other platforms.
Canadian singer-songwriter (Thousand Foot Krutch, FM Static).
Emilie Simon is a French singer known for her electronic music and ethereal vocals.
Canadian ice hockey player
Famous Indian Singer
Luke Bryan is an American country music singer and songwriter known for hits like 'Country Girl (Shake It for Me)' and 'Play It Again'.
American actor and model
Dagmara Dominczyk is a Polish actress known for her roles in The Count of Monte Cristo and The Immigrant.
Apollo 11 was the spaceflight that first landed humans on the Moon on July 20, 1969.
Carey Hart is a motorcycle racer known for his freestyle motocross career and for being the first rider to perform a backflip on a 250cc motorcycle in competition.
Terence Tao, an Australian-born Chinese American mathematician, works in harmonic analysis and partial differential equations. He also studies additive combinatorics. At the University of California in Los Angeles, he holds the James and Carol Collins chair for mathematics. Tao was also a co-recipient the 2006 Fields Medal as well as the 2014 Breakthrough Prize in Mathematics.
French cross-country skier, and non-commissioned officer. He was born in La Clusaz, Northern France's Alps. He has been competing since 1982. At the 2005 FIS Nordic Ski Championships in Oberstdorf, he won a gold medal for the 15 km +15 km double pursuit.
Finnish trance DJ
Elena Anaya is a Spanish actress known for her roles in films such as 'The Skin I Live In' and 'Wonder Woman.'
Cécile de France is a Belgian actress known for her roles in films such as 'High Tension' and 'Hereafter'.
American guitarist and songwriter (At The Drive-In the Mars Volta and Sparta).
Australian-English fashion designer
New Zealand cricketer
English TV actress and host
Georgetown, Guyana -- Canadian Boxer (1996 Olympics).
American basketball player: Forward, Timberwolves.
Scottish jazz musician
American basketball player; Center Suns.
Albanian ballroom dancer
American actor and comedian
American football player
Dutch manager and footballer
American basketball player and sportscaster
Ariadne Shaffer is a renowned comedian known for her witty and insightful stand-up performances.
Hockey defenseman (Team Austria 1998)
Bloomington, Indiana -- Rower (1996 Olympics - Silver Medalist)
NBA forward (Denver Nuggets, Boston Celtics)
American guitarist and singer
American drummer (Symphony X, Redemption).
American basketball player: Wizards guard/forward
Canadian activist and author
Italian homicide: A teenage boy, along with three friends, waited at his home for his parents from church to return, and then he beat them to death, imitating a robbery. He wanted to inherit their money as a motive for the crime. The boys went to a dance at 2:20 AM after the murders. He had also planned to kill …
Mandy Smith is a British pop singer and former model known for her music career and high-profile relationships.
Australian rower (1996) Olympics
Famous birthdays on July 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Kazuki Kitamura is a Japanese actor known for his roles in various Japanese films and TV shows.
Stockholm, Sweden -- NHL goalie (Sweden, New York Islanders)
American music video director
American actor and director
Bitty Schram is an American actress best known for her role as Sharona Fleming in the TV series Monk.
American homicide: After five months of planning, he shot the wrong girl between the eyes on 7/10/1993, on a Quincy sidewalk.
American producer and actor
Seoul, South Korea -- LPGA golfer (1995 LPGA Corning Classic-35th)
American singer, songwriter, and vocalist. He is the leader of Pernice Brothers rock band. The group's 2003 CD, "Yours, Mine, and Ours", received rave reviews.
NBA guard (Washington Bullets).
American musician and original member of alternative rock bands Dinosaur Jr. Sebadoh, The Folk Implosion, and Sebadoh. Barlow sings, plays multiple instrument and also writes songs.
Swedish politician and lawyer, 30th Swedish Minister for Defence
American rapper (Gang Starr) (d. 2010)
Largo, Florida -- PGA golfer (1993 Kemper Open-3rd)
English film director
Spanish screenwriter and producer of Spanish actor
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
CFL slot back (Hamilton Tiger Cats)
American astrologer and feng-shui practitioner. She says she is half Chinese, one quarter Irish, and one quarter German. She learned Mandarin from her fai when she was six.
American actress producer and filmmaker
Yasser Arafat's Egyptian wife, striking blonde.
Finnish champion skiier, highly eccentric behavior in sport and personal life.
American producer and actress of singer-songwriters
Letsie III of Lesotho
New York, USA. Actress (Billie-Archie Bunker's Place).
Finnish ski jumper
Belgian screenwriter and film director. Since 1992, he has directed three films. His 2006 film Mr. Average won the 28th Moscow International Film Festival.
American screenwriter and composer of actors
Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was a scheduled passenger flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur that was shot down over eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 people on board.
Stéphane Taponier is a French journalist known for his work as a war correspondent, particularly for his capture and subsequent release in Afghanistan.
Jacksonville, Florida -- Archer (1988-92, 96 Olympics, Gold Medalist)
South African cricketer
Actor and comedian from England
English-born television producer
Martial arts actor (Mortal Kombat and Beverly Hills Ninja).
NYC, New York -- Actress. (Connie-Delta Off Beat, Big Angie, Big)
Dutch soccer star (Ajax, Bayern Munich, PSV)
Famous birthdays on July 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Springfield, Missouri -- PhD / Astronaut (sk:STS 91)
Baroness Uddin Bangladeshi English politician
American tragic news story about the mother of Geneva and wife of David. She said that David was bitter and abusive to the child, and killed her in an rage incident on 11/17/1988.
Kar-wai Wong is a Hong Kong filmmaker known for his visually stunning and emotionally resonant films, such as 'In the Mood for Love' and 'Chungking Express'.
Chinese screenwriter and director producer
Ingeus was founded by an Australian businesswoman
Fern Britton is an English TV actress and host known for her work on popular British television shows such as 'This Morning' and 'Ready Steady Cook'.
Champion in fencing from Italy, who won a Gold Medal at the Montreal Olympics 1976.
American singer and songwriter (Molly Hatchet & Gator Country). (d. 2015).
Canadian-American astronomer and cosmologist
Canadian-American ice hockey coach and player
Australian politician and lawyer 38th Australian Minister of Foreign Affairs
Saskatchewan, Canada; NHL Center (New York Islanders).
Canadian screenwriter and actress
American mycologist and environmentalist
Napoli, Italian President of Soccer Team. Corbelli was arrested on 3/13/2002. He was accused of fraud and selling fake art at a television auction.
German politician, chancellor since November 2005.
French television producer and host, Field is very popular in France. Field was once a philosopher.
David Hasselhoff is a TV actor best known for his roles in 'Knight Rider' and 'Baywatch'.
David Hasselhoff is a TV actor known for his roles in 'Knight Rider' and 'Baywatch'.
Singer Lotta Love, dies at 45 from a brain seizure
Dutch singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 2015).
United States -- Sci-fi author (Baal, Mystery Walk)
American actress, and a member of a distinguished family. She is the daughter of Lucille Bal and Desi Arnaz. She was a character on "Here's Lucy" 1968-1971, and she also worked as a summer stockist in "Li'l Abner," 1985. From April to June 1985, she had a brief stint on "The Lucie Arnaz Show". CBS created a series called "Sons …
American lawyer who represented many victims of John Geoghan, a former priest in Boston Archdiocese, as well as other victims of priests in Boston Archdiocese accused of sexually abusing parishioners (especially young children). Garabedian actively participated in the negotiation of settlements for many claims.
American journalist and author
California, USA; actress. (Kim – Here's Lucy, Jazz Singer).
An English soldier and politician is Minister of State for Armed Forces
Mithun Chakraborty is an Indian actor known for his work in Bollywood films, particularly in the 1980s and 1990s.
American singer-songwriter, Snow released her first album in 1975. Snow's albums include "Second Childhood," 1976, and "Rock Away," 1982. She is perhaps best known for her 1975 hit "Poetry Man."
German-born American actress
American singer (The Temptations). (d. 2013.)
French writer of short stories, novelists, essayists, translators, and literary events designers.
American astrologer who was the founder of "Aquariana Software Design" (San Diego), which produced astrological software. Formerly, he was a radio announcer for a classical music station as well as an instructor at college in logic and critical thought. Brown was an astrology student since 1976. He also dabbled in computer programming as his hobby. He created Exemplar, a program …
Famous birthdays on July 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
English bass player and songwriter (Black Sabbath Geezer Butler Band GZR, Heaven & Hell).
Adrian Ross Duncan is a well-known astrologer and author, best known for his work in the field of astrology.
English actor and choreographer
American sports broadcaster
American sportscaster and journalist
London, England -- Sweet Harlesden is a rock drummer
British pro-astrologer, consultant, and international speaker. Duncan was the son of Welsh parents visiting England. He was raised in Wales. He dropped out of college as a teenager to travel to India, where he discovered astrology and explored Eastern concepts. After his Saturn return, he moved to Copenhagen and learned Danish. He also started a counseling business. He was president …
British singer and lyricist (Black Sabbath).
Rock bassist (Tommy James and The Shondells).
Italian journalist, astrologer and writer. Il Mattino was his daily newspaper for twenty years. He wrote articles about science, medicine and informatics as well as literature and astrology.
He is a director of Swiss cinema and theatre, and he is the son of FranASSois Bondy, a journalist and author. He was born in France, Germany (Hamburg), and was a member of the Arts Academy (Berlin).
American actor and guitarist (The Stooges Destroy all Monsters The New Order & New Race) (d.2009).
Camilla Bowles is a member of the British royal family and is mostly known for her marriage to Prince Charles.
Camilla Duchess of Cornwall is a member of the British royal family and is mostly known for her marriage to Prince Charles, the heir apparent to the British throne.
German manager and footballer
British news reporter as the mistress to Prince Charles, the heir to the throne in Great Britain. Millie is her name, and she is known to her friends as Millie. She is the daughter a wealthy wine merchant and an avid hunter, and her mother is the third Lord Ashcombe's daughter. After spending her childhood in Sussex she was sent …
American homicide; a serial killer with his wife Charlene, convicted of ten kidnap-rape-sex-murders between 9/12/1978 and 11/01/1980. The husband-wife team was the most rare of all homicide victims, and they were the rarest.
Eric Leman is a Belgian former professional road bicycle racer, best known for winning the Tour of Flanders three times in the 1970s.
American psychologist who used Milton Ericksonian Hypnosis. Sessions cost $150-250 an hour. He used vocal tones and key phrases to change the state of consciousness and receptivity of patients.
English singer and actor
French interior architect. Among her many projects with Mattia Bonneetti, she designed boutiques and decorations for Christian Lacroix's movie "Tacones Lejanos" (high heels). She also designed furniture for princesses.
Dutch actress (Sea Gull).
Baron Patten English politician Secretary-of-State for Education
Crown Prince of Yugoslavia
Hungarian born British actress
Brazilian composer and singer with The Young Guard. He was the lead in his TV series.
New Zealand footballer and cricketer
Brazilian football player
Brazilian manager and footballer
American educator and author
18th Baron Inchiquin
French businessman and founder of Les Nouveaux Constructeurs in 1972, as well as CEO. He is the nephew and brother of FranASSois Mitterrand, the former French President.
American basketball player
English singer-songwriter/keyboard player (Zoot Money’s Big Roll Band Dantalian’s Chariot, and The Hard Travelers).
American manager and player
New Zealand-Canadian actress and singer
1968 ABA Most Valuable Player
Jean-Claude Bourret is a French journalist and television presenter known for his work in the field of journalism and for hosting various television programs.
Belgian politician in Social Christian Party, assistant to Mayor of Liege. Ancion is the Minister of Sports for Belgium's French community and the Minister of International sporting relationships. He was disgraced after he was found to be a pedophile and fired from his job.
German race car driver and German manager
British comedian, one of the TV series called "Goodies."
Mexican painter, sculptor, graphic artist. He attended the Escuela de Bellas Artes de Oaxaca, Mexico and the Centro Superior de Artes Aplicadas del Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes. There he studied graphic art with Guillermo Silva Santamaria.
Texas, USA; actress
French retail leader, who was also the director of La Samaritaine, a large department shop in Paris that was located in First Arrondissement.
Famous birthdays on July 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Italian chanson singer, told gregor that birth record officers recorded her birth for day after actual birth.
French political activist and a key figure in the events surrounding the May 1968 revolution. One of the most significant moments in the year was when French students and workers came within striking distance of overthrowing the Gaullist regime. This would have led to a social transformation. Contrary to other 20th-century events such as the Spanish Revolution of 1936, May …
Warwick Hutton is a British artist known for his illustrations in children's books, including classic tales such as 'The Wind in the Willows'.
Welsh singer-songwriter and guitarist (The Spencer Davis Group).
Iranian politician and cleric 2nd Supreme Leader
Belgian illustrator and author
German journalist, author, and TV presenter.
American engineer and CEO at Airborne Freight, third-largest air-freight shipper. Cline has an AB degree in Engineering and a career as a financial accountant.
American football player. He was a wide receiver who played college football at Heidelberg College. He also played professional in the American Football League for Houston Oilers between 1960 and 1962. He was one of the two AFL Championship team members. He was a member of the Denver Broncos in 1963 and the Buffalo Bills in 1964, 1965. He also …
Canadian-American actor who has been onscreen since 1963 as a variety lead and character roles, from TV series to the stage.
American actress, singer and recording artist. She was the daughter of a subway conductor, a domestic servant, and spent one year with her aunt after her parents' divorce. She grew up with the fear of being abandoned and the uncertainty of moving. She was ten years old when she was awarded a Met scholarship for one month. This gave her …
American musician, composer and satirist. He has been a prolific composer and arranger for many genres of music, including rock, classical, jazz, folk, and radio. His alter-ego Professor Schickele was his wildly successful counterpart, and he captivated audiences for more than three decades with mock productions based on 28th century baroque music. Most of the songs were by "P.D.Q." Bach."
USA; composer ("5th Beethoven")
New York, USA; actress (Julia, Claudine, Dominique - Dynasty).
Iowa, United States -- Composer (5th Beethoven)
Comedy (Don Rickles Show, New Bill Cosby Show).
Canadian singer, actress and comedian. As "Hines & Ford", she was a headliner on Broadway and in nightclubs.
Maltese politician, 9th Prime Minister of Malta
Zimbabwean-South African cricketer (d.2006)
Japanese actress (d. 2014.)
Joaquín Salvador Lavado, better known by his pen name Quino, is a Argentinian cartoonist. His comic strip Mafalda (which ran from 1964 to 1973) is very popular in Latin America and many parts of Europe. Quino has won many international prizes and honors throughout his career. In 1982 he was chosen Cartoonist of the Year by fellow cartoonists around the …
American pro-basketball player, nicknamed "Red" because of his red hair. After playing 12 years, he was appointed Chicago Bulls' coach. He was the first coach in franchise history and was awarded the NBA Coach of Year award for 1966-67. After he retired as a coach, he was the team's business manager for 33 more years.
Polish composer and pianist (d. 2013).
American illustrator and author (d. 2009).
Lyon 6?me physician
Famous birthdays on July 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
American sportsman. He is a shortstop, coach, and manager in Major League Baseball.
Russian mathematician, academic
French journalist and writer who was awarded 'le Prix InteralliA (c)' in 1981, and 'le Grand Prix de littA (c)rature du l'AcadA[c]mie franASSaise' for his work in 1993. He was buried in Carros on the 9th of August 2000.
American drummer (d. 2011)
At age 43, Charlie Brown TV specials' jazz pianist dies.
French-born professional wrestler
American film critic and writer
French-Canadian wrestler (d. 2010)
American activist and theorist (d.2015)
American actor and singer (d. 2014).
Turkish musician, pianist.
Canadian politician and lawyer 26th Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia (d.2013)
Cooper Car Company was founded by an English car designer (d. 2000).
Poet / critic
Scottish researcher and virologist who discovered Interferon (used in cancer treatment) in January 1980 together with J. Lindenman. He is married with three children.
Slovakian actor (d.2008)
American baseball player
Cheyenne, Wyoming -- Actress (Tarzan & Leopard Woman)
American merchandising strategist and CEO of Home Beneficial (a conservative life insurance company). Wiltshire holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics.
American guitarist (d. 1992).
American producer/songwriter of guitarists (The Three Suns), (d. 1977).
Spanish chairman of International Olympic Committee (d.2010)
Spanish businessman, 7th President of International Olympic Committee (d.2010)
English sports commentator (d. 2002)
Hungarian-Croatian fashion designer (d. 2016)
Famous birthdays on July 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101918
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 1980).
Guatemalan soldier and politician President, Guatemala (d. 2003).
President of Guatemala (d.2003)
American comedian who burst onto the stage in San Francisco in 1954 wearing a sequined minidress, an orange fright-wig and gold ankle-high boots, black satin opera gloves, and a sequined minidress. She was a married wife until she was 37. When she turned 37, she took her show to the road complaining about her husband "Fang" and making a lot …
French feminist writer. Her father, a member of the International Brigades in the Spanish Civil War, was a left-leaning Parisian working class family. Rochefort was a journalist, and she spent 15 years as a Cannes Film Festival press attache before publishing her first novel Le Repos du guerrier (The Warrior's Rest) in 1958. Le Repos du guerrier, like many of …
Baseball player / manager (1948 AP Athlete of Year).
Major League Baseball Manager and player (d. 2001).
Indian actor and screenwriter (d. 1978).
France Military man
American movie studio executive, actor and brother to Lucille Ball (Born in 1915).
American educator and photographer (b. 1985)
American author, political scientist, and election scholar. In 2001, he died from Alzheimer's disease.
United States -- Platform Diver (1932 Olympics - Gold Medalist).
American soprano and educator (d. 90)
USA; actress (Lilly-Bosom Buddies).
French philosopher. He was a communist writer who had been a well-known figure. However, he converted and wrote many books that have been controversial because of his anti-Zionist views and denial about the Holocaust.
Everett Helm was an American composer known for his contributions to choral music and his work as a music educator.
The Marina City Building (d. 1997) was designed by an American architect.
Canadian entertainer. He was a comedian and an ad-libber extraordinaire. In his 16 years of radio and television broadcasting, he spoke to over 30,000 people. His three shows "People Are Funny", "House Party" or "Life with Linkletter", were very popular. He has been an announcer since 1933 when he began talking impromptu and non-stop.
German race car driver (d. 1958)
German-Canadian academic and psychiatrist (d. 1999).
American trumpet player (d.2014)
English footballer (d. 1979)
American jurist, circuit judge for Cook County, and member of the firm Epton, Scott, McCarthy and Bohling. He was the brother to Bernard Epton, politician. Ena Ballert, 6/02/1935, married; one child.
French criminal, gang leader and killer who was executed and sentenced to death.
American actress (d. 1980).
Canadian lawyer and banker, 2nd Governor of Bank of Canada (d.2012)
American microbiologist and chemist (d. 1953).
Famous birthdays on July 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Italian poet, critic, and journalist.
London, England -- Queen Elizabeth II is a Royal dressmaker
Mexican cinema's producer, director, and screenwriter. The brother of Andrea Palma, actress; and a cousin to actors Ramon Novarro (and Dolores del Rio). Julio Bracho cinema is known for its special plastic beauty. They are well-cared for and make stunning close-ups of their actresses (Gloria Marin Story of a great Love, Twilight, Andrea Palma In Different dawn in Iran Eory …
French engineer, resistance fighter and writer. Spiritual teacher.
New Orleans, Louisiana -- Actor (Wolf Call)
Brooklyn, New York -- Actor.
Flemish pianist / conductor
Australia -- Novelist (Man Who Loved Children)
Polish poet (d. 1938).
Irish politician and farmer Minister for Agriculture Food and the Marine (d.82)
Polish poet and author (d. 38)
Italian-American racecar driver and NART owner (d. 1994).
French actor (d. 1983).