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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on June 17th

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on June 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010


2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on June 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on June 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

  • French young prodigy, she earned 21.18/20.00 at her high school diploma (Abitur in France, which is called "baccalaurA(c).at"). She was keen to learn more about space and was invited to Kuru (Guiana) for the launch of Ariane 5 rocket (26 juillet 2013). She will be attending the famed school Louis Le Grand in Paris. Her professional goal is to work …

  • Vine Star

  • Rapper

  • YouTube Star

  • Reality Star

  • French gamer and journalist

  • South Korean gamer

  • Japanese actress and model

  • American homicide victim. He was stabbed to death by his father along with his mother in November 1992. His dad Sean's anger was triggered during an argument in which Sherri threatened to stop him from seeing their son.


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on June 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Marie Avgeropoulos
  • Armenian footballer

  • American teenager accused of plotting to attack his high school in a Columbine-style attack. After his friend and co-plotter, Nee was identified as being a part of the attack plan, Nee was taken into custody. Nee was taken to jail without bail on October 21st 2004 and led away with his tears running down his face in shackles. Nee pleaded …

  • American tennis player who rose to the top of Women's Tennis at 18 years old. In November 1997, she made a remarkable debut. She was known for her strong service and boundless returns. She defeated World Champ Martina Hingis twice in 1998, giving her a taste of winning tournaments.

  • Japanese singer and actor

  • Italian race walker

  • New Orleans, Louisiana -- Gymnast (1996 Olympics)

1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on June 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on June 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Greg Kinnear

    American actor who was the host and executive producer for E! Entertainment TelevisionaEUR(tm), the popular "Talk Soup" program, 1991-1994. Kinnear, who successfully moved from small screen to movie roles, was nominated for an Oscar and a Golden Globe for his performance in "As Good as It Gets" 1997 with Jack Nicholson.

  • French film producer, director and lyricist. He is the nephew of Jacques Perrin. His first three movies, "The Chorus" (2004) and "Paris 36", "La nouvelle guerre des boutons" (2006), were very successful.

  • NFL center (Detroit Lions)

  • Belgian singer and actress who was a pop icon in France and Belgium during the 1980s. She took her stage name, Lio, from a character in the Barbarella comic books by Jean-Claude Forest.

  • Finnish singer-songwriter/saxophonist Hanoi Rocks and Demolition 23,

  • Pastor of Thomas Road Baptist Church, Founder of Liberty University Lynchburg, VA (Born 33).

  • NFL linebacker (Tampa Bay Bucs)


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on June 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • English actor

  • Kelly Curtis

    Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis' daughter are an American actress. When her parents divorced, she was just six years old. She and Jamie Lee were raised together by their mom, Bob Brandt (real estate agent), with love and family values. She moved in with her father for three years at age 16. As a child, she fought with her younger …

  • English double bassist

  • English politician and educator Shadow Secretary of State for Defense

  • She is a Canadian singer hailing from Quebec. She sang in Starmania, the French version Tycoon composed by Michel Berger. Cyndi Lauper covered one of the songs she sang in this musical ("The World is Stone")

  • Baroness Morris, of Yardley English teacher and politician Secretary-of-State for Education

  • American ice hockey coach, player and executive

  • He is an Italian-born business executive who holds dual citizenship in Canada as well as Italy. His efforts are credited with saving Fiat. Fiat S.p.A. was a company that was in poor health and had a bad reputation for its quality products when he became CEO. With Marchionne as CEO of Fiat Group Automobiles from February 2005, five years later, …

  • Joe Piscopo

    American actor, best known for his role on "Saturday Night Live" (1975-85), where he was well-known for his hilarious parodies of stars such as Frank Sinatra or Barbra Streisand. Piscopo started his professional career doing stand-up comedy. He also worked in regional theatre. He made his big break on Saturday Night Live, but despite his huge popularity and occasional appearances …

  • American witch and author of books about her field, including "The Spiral Dance: A Rebirth of the Ancient Religion of the Great Goddess," 1979. Starhawk is an activist in defense of the old religion and her work has been the catalyst for individuals rediscovering the pagan's world view. Her most recent book, "The Fifth Sacred Thing," was published in 1993. …

  • American pro-astrologer and author "Essence & Applications: A View from Chiron." He wrote many articles and once published a magazine.

  • German-Irish talent manager

  • French actor, humorist and sometimes film director. He is the son of comedian Arlette Thomas, and brother to Pierre Jolivet who is a film director. He is also well-known for his support of the environment and political opinions.

  • New Zealand film director

  • American police officer, homicide victim. He was shot to death in Boston on February 19, 1993, at 04:05 pm. He was arguing with a prisoner trying to escape. Rose, a young white man, was married to Rose and father of three children, one of which is an infant. Rose had been with the department for thirteen years. Terrell Muhammad (30), …

  • LPGA golfer

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on June 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • American Astrologer, teacher, writer, editor, and publisher of International Arc Directory. She holds a Bachelor of Arts. She holds a B.A. in Astronomy at the University of Arizona. In 1979, she co-founded AFAN. Cox is included in the International Who's Who of Women 1995 and Who's Who in the World 1996.

  • British teacher/health administrator

  • English academic and economist

  • American singer-songwriter and keyboard player (Santana Journey, The Storm).

  • French medieval historian and expert in Western symbology.

  • American homicide. He was known as the "Michigan Co-ed Killer", because he kidnapped and stabbed, tortured and raped nine young Michigan women.

  • Belgian cyclist, one of the greatest riders of all time. In 1969, 1970, 1971 and 1972, he was the winner of the Tour de France. He was born eight days after Luis Ocana, his opponent.

  • American radio broadcaster, who dominates late-night hours with his five-hour "Coast to Coast” radio show. He reaches millions every night on more than 300 radio stations through his curiosity, bluntness and sense of humor. His topics include psychic predictions, cults, conspiracy theories, UFOs, and government cover-ups.

  • American actor

  • First Mayor of London for an English politician

  • American general

  • Newt Gingrich

    American politician who rose to prominence in 1994 as the first GOP Speaker in 40 years. He was followed by two years of indiscretion, lying before the House Committee, and illegal use of public money. He is known for being a savage, verbal congressional street fighter who enjoys confrontation.

  • Barry Manilow

    American singer, songwriter, author, and musician who rose to mega-pop stardom during the 1970s. His sweet lyrics are often criticized by comedians and music critics who call him "the Sultan of Schmaltz". Manilow sold more than 58,000,000 records worldwide despite the disrespect he is shown by music writers. His 25 consecutive Top 40 Billboard hit streak included five albums that …

  • American pilot and engineer

  • New York, USA; singer ("Mandy").

  • Italian entrepreneur and designer. He graduated from the Catholic University of Milan with a degree economics and joined the glove factory that his family owns in 1970. Nicola assumed the management of the business in 1972 after the deaths of his brother and father. The business grew to include the U.S., Japan and European countries through his transformations. Trussardi is …

  • Turkish politician and lawyer

  • Vice President of Egypt Nobel Prize Laureate, Egyptian politician

  • French actress since 1955. From 1955 to 1962, she was a radio host for Europe No.1 as well as a producer and host for France-Inter, TV France, 1970-1982. In 1982, she became the anchor of the 11 PM News Bulletin 1982-1986.

  • French international soccer (soccer), player who was the first goalkeeper for France at the FIFA World Cup 1966.

  • American professional football player. Voted into the Hall of Fame in 1982. He was a Kansas City Chiefs player in both the AFL (1963-1969), and NFL (1970-1974).

1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on June 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • CEO (Oakland Tribune), Dies at 56

  • Novelist

  • American journalist, who became the first black national correspondent for the Washington Post in 1967. Within ten years, he had become a national journalist as a reporter and editor. He was elected editor of the Oakland Tribune in 1979. Four years later, as a high-school dropout and with very little money, he purchased the paper with $5M down and a …

  • Irish manager and footballer (d.2013)

  • American philosopher and sociologist

  • Ken Loach

    English screenwriter and producer of director producers

  • Canadian First Nations Cree Elder, veteran of the Korean War

  • Australian physician, doctor, epidemiologist and author. He was also a professor.

  • American conceptual artist

  • French politician and member of the Senate of France. He represents the CorrA"ze region. He was a member the Socialist Party.

  • Italy sport Champion

  • American Scientology leader, who was the third spouse of L. Ron Hubbard from 1952 to his death in 1986. Quentin (1954-1976), Suzette (1955), Arthur (born 1958) and Diana (born 1952).


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on June 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • French sculptor who died May 2010

  • American engineer, producer merchandise marketer, and CEO of Atlantic Richfield. This company is a leader in U.S. big oil marketing and production. Cook earned his BS in Mathematics, and a BS/MBA in Petroleum Engineering.

  • Alexander Shulgin, an American chemist and Russian descendant pharmacologist, was born in 1922. His decades-long research on the synthesizing of hallucinogens, particularly Phenethylamines or Tryptamines, is well-known. He was also involved with the discovery of MDMA, now known as "Ecstasy", which was introduced to psychologists in the late 1970s for use in talk therapy.

  • French entrepreneur, president of employers' associations. He was also president of CNPF from 1981 to 1986.

  • French novelist, journalist, publisher, and businessman. Daudy was born in Ethiopia and his father, Bernard Daudy served as the medical officer at the French-run Imperial Railway Company of Ethiopia. Daudy was a correspondent at Agence France-Presse for the Second World War. He covered the Greek Civil War and the Korean War. Daudy was the author of a major work on …

  • Utah, USA; actor ("The Hunter, Brave Eagle")

  • French geneticist, biologist and recipient of the Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine in 1965 with Andre Lwoff et Jacques Monod. Jacob researched how DNA andRNA transfer genetic information. The Nobel Prize was awarded in part because of his research with Monod and Lwoff on genetic control enzymes and virus synthesis during embryonic growth.

  • French politician and senior member of Council of State, Secretary General of Elysee 1967-1969 who died in Paris on June 8, 2000.

  • Psycho Mania, Yellowbeard).

  • Nancy Military man

  • Setsuko Hara

    Japanese actress

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on June 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • college president (Yale).

  • American Astrologer and AFA Librarian since 1970. She was married to Bob Cooper, executive secretary. They were a familiar face at AFA conventions. She suffered from a variety of pulmonary issues, including emphysema and asthma. She died after undergoing chemotherapy and radiation.

  • Actress (Yellowbeard and Psychomania), died at 76

  • Paraguayan author (Born 1917)

  • German Astrologer, Scientifically-Oriented, Author of Books

  • Steubenville Actor

  • Canadian politician, 14th Premier of Manitoba (d.2010)

  • Photographer

  • John Hersey

    American Pulitzer Prize-winning author Hiroshima dies at the age of 78 (born in 1914).

  • Author (Hiroshima Bell for Adano Wall, Bell for Hiroshima)

  • French cartoonist who created the longest-running French science fiction comic, Les Pionniers de l'EspA (c)rance. This was published until 1973.

  • An English aristocrat, she was the sister of Nancy Mitford and was a beautiful and influential socialite. Mosley married Sir Oswald Mosley and she shocked 1930s British society by her open adultery. They were both imprisoned for their fascist views during WWII without being tried.

  • Blue Lick in Kentucky -- Country singer (Mr Smith goes to Washington).

  • Canadian politician and football player (d. 1996).

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on June 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • French filmmaker who began his career with short documentaries, before moving on to feature films in 1937. In 1934, he won a gold medal at Venice Biennale for one of his documentaries. But his greatest form came ten years later with "Monsieur Vincent." It was released in 1947 and won the French Cinema Grand Prix for the Best Film as …

  • American anthropologist, and master of narrative prose. He died in 1992, on the 11th of October.

  • American architect and designer (d. 1978).

  • Pontivy Military man

  • American business executive. Between 1953 and 1972, he was president and CEO at Campbell Soup Company. He died in 1994, on the 29th of May.

  • Ralph Bellamy

    American actor, TV and radio with over 400 roles on the stage and 100 movies. His career spans eight decades. He acted with such grace and elegance that any role was possible. He was awarded an Honorary Oscar in 1987.

  • Evian les Bains physician

  • Dutch sexologist

  • Canadian politician and farmer (d. 1989).

  • American pastor and theologian

  • German Nazi official. He was one of the most powerful, but not well-known Nazis. He was known as Hitler's evil genius. Bormann joined the party as a young man in 1925. He rose quickly to be second to Hitler and was last seen 5/01/1945. He managed to escape and, despite the reports of his death being reported, it was believed …

  • German composer and pianist of operas, oratorios, and other choral works. He also composed a ballet, chamber music and piano works.

  • Scottish journalist and first woman war correspondent to receive the French Croix de Guerre.

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