List of celebrities and famous people who were born on October 17th
Famous birthdays on October 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002003
Scottish notable family member, the child of Gordon Brown (and his wife Sarah).
Famous birthdays on October 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901996
McKenzie, and Megan Calabrese, American triplets and actresses.
Japanese singer and actress
Actor and singer from the Philippines
American twins and well-known family were born to Mary Alice Williams, NBC anchor, and Mark Haefeli, TV producer. They were called Sara Mary and Laura Abigail. Alice Ann, their older sister, was born in 1990.
Producer and actress from Belgium, American
American baseball player. He was drafted by Milwaukee Brewers in 2009.
Famous birthdays on October 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Japanese actress and singer (AKB48, Not Yet).
Japanese actor and model
Latvian basketball player
French figure skater
American family of distinction, first child of O.J. Simpson and Nicole Brown. One younger brother, and two older half-siblings are her parents' first marriage. Her brother and she were both victims of unwelcome attention when their mother was murdered 6/12/1994. Their father was also accused. Following the custody trial, they were placed with their maternal grandparents. Visitation rights were granted …
Dutch darts player
American voice actor
French criminal and murder victim, a member the 'Hornec Gang'. He was killed on 24 December 2005. The gang was involved with racketeering and money laundering. Hornec was convicted of stealing luxury cars.
Japanese actor and dancer (Tackey & Tsubasa).
French victim of rape, homicide, and Muriel Sanchez, on 10/19/1991, at 4:00 PM, Elne (France). C.v.G. kidnapped the two girls. C.v.G. was passing by and looking for work. He kidnapped the girls and raped them both, killing them then throwing their bodies in a crevice close to St. Maurice Navacelles.
French lawyer and politician.
Russian volleyball player
American ballerina. She was 17 years old when she began dancing with the Boston Ballet Company. She joined the Royal Ballet Company in August 2004.
Famous birthdays on October 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Finnish race car driver
Mexican singer-songwriter/violinist (Stream of Passion, ElfonAa).
Canadian television actress
Spanish politician, who has been General Secretary of Podemos Party from 2014.
An English politician and lawyer
Irish rugby player and coach
Portuguese manager and footballer
American producer and actor
American screenwriter and producer of actor directors
Japanese-American figure skater
Singer and actress from the Philippines
American-Canadian ice hockey player
Finnish murder victim (d. 1986)
American journalist and author
Nigerian business magnate, entrepreneur and financial expert. He is also the 51st Ooni Of Ife (the paramout yoruba traditional leader of Ile Ife which is the ancestral home for the Yorubas). He succeeded Oba Okunade Siluwade, who died 28 July 2015.
Finnish keyboard player (HIM).
American actor and baseball player
American wrestler (d.2015)
Chinese producer and director
French journalist and host of radio-TV.
Miss Kentucky USA (1996)
NFL defensive end (Green Bay Packers, Super Bowl 31).
Coach and footballer from Italy
BAmerican white rapper with a solid reputation of vulgarity, exhibitionism, irreverence and rage, the apparent requisites for success with the youth culture at the turn of the century. He is actually quite democratic about those whom he loathes, equally dissing parents, the media, fans, women, Christina Aguilera, gays and, of course, his wife, Kim. He sports a tattoo on his …
Turkish singer born in Germany, a key artist in the history of European pop music with his song "Simarik".
After six months of internship, she became a CNN producer in February 1998. After six months internship, she produced CNN's coverage of the UAC conference May 1998. This segment aired on TV 5/31/98.
American singer ('N Sync)
Norwegian singer-songwriter and bass player (Seigmen & Zeromancer).
NFL defensive tackle (Seattle Seahawks).
American football player. He was the Boston College's defensive back. His 5'9" height and 180 lbs weight made him a bigger player than his fellow players. He was fourth in tackles in 1991. He was admitted to the hospital with leukemia that year. He was also a fighter off the field during his illness. He was never bitter. His teammates …
American actress and model
Soccer player (Genoa/PSV)
American producer and guitarist (Poison).
Wilmington, Delaware -- Outfielder (St. Louis Cardinals).
Famous birthdays on October 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American basketball player: Forward
American producer and actor
Canadian comedian, TV personality, political satirist, and author. His work on the CBC Television comedy series This Hour Has 22 Minutes (CBC Television) and The Rick Mercer Report (CBC Television) are his most well-known. Based on the content of the television shows, he is the author three books.
NFL tight end (SD Chargers).
Johannesburg, South Africa -- PGA golfer (1994 US Open)
Haitian rapper and member of the Fugees with his friend PrasMichel (born 19 Oct 1972, New-York). He was a candidate for President of Haiti, but he was denied because he had lived in the USA all year.
English footballer and sportscaster
Calgary, Alberta -- Rower (1996 Olympics)
Manager and player from Scotland
French professional tennis player. Runner-up at 1998 Wimbledon championships. She became Bartoli’s coach in 2003.
Danish actor and singer (Aqua).
Danish musician (Aqua)
US metal guitarist (Obituary and Cause of Death).
English writer and actor
American basketball player: Forward, Cavaliers
American race car driver and TV personality
English rugby player and coach
Sri Lankan cricketer
Alaska, USA; actress (New Kind of Family).
American family, fifth child of Jayne Mansfield, actress, and Matt Cimber, her husband. Antonio was just two years old when his mother was killed in an automobile accident on 6/29/1967.
He is an American family member. He is the son Jayne Mansfield, actress, and Matt Cimber (Born Thomas Vitale Ottaviano).
American singer, daughter of Gregg Allman, a rocker, and an early marriage. Despite singing and playing like her father, she has not had any contact with him. She plays the guitar with enthusiasm and can slide as well as her uncle. August 1994, Arrowhead, CA. She lives with her son in a mobile home.
TV Show Host
Canadian-American screenwriter and producer of actor
Journalist and footballer from Argentina
English academic and journalist
American voice actor, cartoonist, and filmmaker
American police officer was killed and shot by a sniper in September 1994 while he was patrolling in a police van marked with his name.
American choreographer and director producer
St. Louis, Missouri -- PGA golfer (1993 New England-2nd)
American academic and lawyer
Irish actress and singer (The Nolans), (d. 2013).
Famous birthdays on October 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American scholar and author
Academic and Australian academics
Screenwriter and comedian from Australia
American journalist and critic
English politician and academic
Playmate (Jan, 1980)
Fort Stockton, Texas -- PGA golfer (1989 Honda Classic)
American football wrestler and sportscaster
American producer and actor
New York, USA. Actor (Apple's Way and Three for the Road).
American actor and tennis player
French businessman and son of the former French President ValA(c?)ry Giscard D'Estaing.
Dutch ass. Secretary of Social Affairs (VVD).
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Boston and Orion The Hunter).
American astronaut and physician
American actor since the age of 18. He is the son of four brothers who were actors. His parents divorced after 24 years of marriage. The family is very affectionate. Although they were competitive in sports, there was very little pro rivalry between the boys. At Timothy's encouragement, he played the role of the deaf-mute on "The Last Picture Show". …
American murderer (d. 1984)
Greek politician and economist.
Indian Actress (Born1955)
American high-altitude mountaineer
American trombonist and bandleader (Defunkt & Black Artists Group).
American musician and keyboard player, with local bands in Aspen, Colorado.
Maryland, USA; actor ("Bannister – Wildside")
French anti-nuclear activist and environmentalist, and conscientious objector. He led the 1984 campaign "SuperphA(c),nix and bomb". He was employed by Greenpeace France in 1991 as a French campaigner for nuclear testing. In 1992, he was sent to French Polynesia aboard Rainbow Warrior II. In 1993, he led an action aboard Akatsuki Maru against Cherbourg's shipment of plutonium from Japan to …
French cartoonist, animator, and graphic designer.
American-Canadian violinist and singer (Hometown Band The Pied Pumkin, UHF).
Dutch speed skater
Italian ecclesiastical; Roman Catholic cardinal
(Rep-D-Oklahoma, 1979- )
Dutch singer (As Love Goes)
American actor (Born 1950).
French politician. He is a member of France's Senate and represents Doubs.
Baltimore, Maryland -- Actor (Bannister Wildside, Another World).
American writer, Wilson was also the founder of Seal Press. Her heroines, who are both lesbians and feminists, are often strong, intelligent, creative, and adventurous. She's published short stories, novels, and mysteries.
Famous birthdays on October 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Oregon, USA; comedian (Bonkers and Hudson Brothers Show).
American musician, thespian, and writer of fiction and nonfiction.
California, USA; actor ("Adam - East of Eden")
Author of the Wheel of Time series (Born 1948).
French accomplice in several European rapes. 1986: September 18, Dec 18 and 23, respectively. 1987: March 17, December 18 and 23.
American academic and sociologist
New York, USA. Actor (Lenny-Laverne, Shirley, Grand).
American athlete who won a Silver Medal at Munich Olympics in 1972. He was a pole-vaulter and could jump 6' 1" starting at 12 years old. In April 1965, he first cleared 16'. The following year, he cleared a foot more.
American film publicist (Born 1946).
French poet, singer, and journalist.
Pomona sports Champions
English-Australian critic and author
American drummer (The Doobie Boys) (d. 2012).
Since 1970, he has been a professional astrologist. He is a founding member in several astrology associations: CIAO (Canadian Independent Astrologers Order), FCA [Fraternity for Canadian Astrologers], ATI (Astrology to Toronto Inc.), IAO Research Centre and the AFAN Association For Astrological Networking. He was the founder and director of the IAO Library of Divine Sciences, and the Healing Arts for …
Los Angeles, California -- Rock guitarist (Turtles-Eleanor)
London, England -- Actress (Confessions Of A Sex Maniac).
English manager and producer
Polish historian and journalist
Place kicker for the Canadian Football League (Edmonton Eskimos).
Italian victim of homicide, Francesco killed her husband Francesco between 2:00 and 3:00 pm.
Journalist and film critic from France. He is a specialist in Asian cinema and the author of many reference books about Japanese films.
Massachusetts, USA; actress Ellie - Grady
American volleyball coach and player. In 1990, Peppler was inducted in the Volleyball Hall of Fame.
Connecticut, USA; soprano (Walter Naumberg Prize).
American musician semi-famous in 1960s with his band, Gary Puckett and Union Gap. His biggest hits were "Young Girl" (with his band, "Gary Puckett and the Union Gap) and "Get Out of my Heart." He struggled to make a comeback in the 1980s.
Australian poet, novelist, and short story writer.
American musician who joined forces with Dash Crofts to create "Seals and Crofts" in 1969. Through 1976, the soft-rock duo won five consecutive gold-award albums. The hits included "Diamond Girl", "Summer Breeze", "Get Closer" as well as "We May Never Pass This Way Again".
American basketball player and sportscaster
French executive was involved in Furiani-Bastia. He was Secretary General for the Prefecture du Nord (1985-1990) and Prefect of Upper Corsica (1990). He was granted a privilegious status after the trial. Although he was not convicted, he did serve time in jail while the case was being considered.
Brian Poole & the Tremeloes - Rock bassist
Texas, USA. Singer (Seals & Crofts – "Summer Breeze".
American singer, songwriter, and philosopher from country-western. Earl, a beautiful white boy, was the son of railroad workers who were mostly unemployed and his family barely scraped by. Earl started earning money through his artistic endeavors as a child. He joined the army when he was 18.
American pianist and conductor
Manager and English footballer
British nightclub owner
Famous birthdays on October 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
English botanist and academic
American daredevil and modern-day gladiator, who performs daring motorcycle stunts which have nearly killed him several times. In 1972, he made a movie about his life. He attempted to ride his motorcycle across a tank of sharks in 1977. They were calmed and made harmless attempts.
Poet and critic of the Australian anthologist
Finnish Miss World 1957 and Finnish Model Beauty Queen
Academic and seismologist from Japan-American University
South African singer-songwriter (d.2013)
British politician, Member of Parliament elected by General Election on 6/11/1987
Glastonbury Festival was founded by an English farmer
German composer, arranger, and writer of lyrics. He has composed many songs for German A>>SchlagerA musicians, as well as a number of themes for German TV series, most notably the 80s.
English playwright and author
English-Scottish footballer (d. 2005)
Dutch journalist (Trouw and Groninger Gezinsbode).
American trombonist (The Specials and Jools Netherlands's Rhythm and Blues Orchestra).
US Air Force/astronaut (Apollo 8).
General and astronaut from Hong Kong, America
Belgian singer-songwriter, better known by her stage name of SA"ur Sourire. She was originally a member the Dominican Order in Belgium as Sister Luc Gabrielle. With the release of "Dominique", a French-language single, she became world famous in 1963. Billboard and other charts. She and Annie PA(c), her companion for ten years, wrote a note citing their financial problems. On …
Belgian singer-songwriter guitarist, nun (d. 1985).
American ecclesiastic Reverend Canon Rauscher is an Episcopal Rector in New Jersey and the head of Spiritual Frontier Fellowship. He served on many boards and commissions over the past 23 years, including the Cathedral Chapter and the Dicesan Foundation. "Church in Frenzy" is his book. His writings on psychic research and other religions that deal with the paranormal are also …
American weightlifter, known as the "world's strongest man." He lifted 6,270 pounds in the backlift in 1957. This was his greatest single weight lifting effort. Anderson was the Olympic champion for the U.S. in Melbourne on 11/26/1956.
(Rep-D-New Jersey, 1975- )
Austrian playwright and author (d. 2012).
France sport Champion
American cardiologist, best known for his controversial and revolutionary diet plan that emphasizes low carbohydrate intake. Atkins, who had fallen on ice outside of his Manhattan office nine days prior to his death, died April 17, 2003 from head injuries. After brain surgery, Atkins fell into a coma and never recovered.
American journalist and author
Turkish engineer and physicist (d. 2003).
New York City, USA. Columnist (New York Post News, News, Newsday).
American economist, financier, and CEO of Golden West Financial. This is one of the most well-managed Savings and Loan companies in America. Sandler, a college graduate, has a BA degree in Economics, an MBA Banking, and an MBA Finance. She started her career as a securities analyst. For relaxation, she enjoys knitting and crocheting.
French diplomat who served as ambassador in Egypt (1981-1985), Brazil (87-1989), Switzerland (1989-1991) and Italy (1991-1993).
Famous birthdays on October 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Mozambican manager and footballer
American football player, tight-end, coach, philadelphia Eagles, nygians, mn Vikings, and more.
Belgium sport Champion
South African Physician / MP (DP)
USA; actress (Away All Boats and Black Rose).
National League rookie of the year 1953
American college and pro football player. He was an end-placekicker for both s teams. He also married once and had three children. He worked as a HR manager for the Chicago Bears after his active career. He died of heart failure on October 7, 1987, at the age of 59.
Astronaut (STS51-F) dies at 66 from heart failure
Professor of literature and history from Scotland at Glasgow University. Married, three children.
Iowa, USA; actress (Yancy Derringer, Code Red).
California, USA; actress ("My Three Sons")
Cincinnati, Ohio -- Astronaut (STS 51-F)
Italian race car driver (d. 2011)
Ohio, USA; astronaut (STS51F).
American actress (d.2008)
American scientist. He was selected in August 1967 for astronaut training. However, he never ventured into space. Henize was to be the 19th shuttle mission aboard Challenger in 1985. However, the liftoff failed the first time. Challenger lifted off two weeks later, on 7/29/1985. However, engine problems prevented it from reaching the orbit planned. They spent eight days performing various …
USA; Actor, radio personality, announcer for many Disneyland attractions since 1970. Retired 1991.
English television sports commentator (Born in 1925).
Italian soccer player. He was buried on 16 October 1991.
Officer in the Croatian SS (d. 2012).
American football coach and player (d. 2010).
American composer and guitarist (d. 2004).
Dutch poet, artist, astrologer, and painter.
American football coach and player (d. 2001).
Canadian politician and broadcaster co-founded Montreal World Film Festival (d.2012).
Brazilian composer and guitarist (d. 2001).
Brazilian composer (d. 2001)
American actor who appeared on half-dozen diverse series. He was awarded an Emmy for Best Supporting Actor in Comedy Series for "The Steve Allen Show" in 1959. His witty comedy portrayal of a forgetful, bumbling man on the street made him a household name. Poston was actually a great dramatic actor, which he displayed in many stage roles and on …
American journalist and author (d. 2012.)
Editor/columnist (National Review).
USSR -- Gymnist (1952 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
Scottish Poet (d.1996)
He is a Scottish poet, dramatist, and author. His work is distinctly Orcadian. He is one of the greatest Scottish poets of 20th-century.
Film actor (From Here to Eternity).
Film actor (From Here to Eternity).
Spanish journalist and author (d.2010)
Czechoslovakia -- Actor. (Short Cut. Golden Eels).
Famous birthdays on October 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Ukrainian-Russian academic and physicist
New York, United States -- Actress. (Gilda Pal Joey).
American actress, who was also one of the most well-known pin-up girls during World War II. She was a beautiful model, sex symbol, and screen glamour girl.
American businessman founded Buffalo Bills (d. 14).
American actress, who made her Broadway debut in 1948. She had appeared in over 60 films and never reached stardom. She began modeling at 17 years old, which led to a contract and her screen debut in 1935's "The Virginia Judge".
Boulogne sur Mer Musician
Australian-born American novelist (d.91)
American biologist, botanist, author, and scientist. He was twice married and had two children.
American painter, sculptor (d.2000)
Australian-American playwright and author (d. 1991).
American composer and conductor (d. 2014.)
American astrologer, who joined AFA 12/1965.
Kansas City, Missouri -- Actor (Murder Over NY)
American dramatist who won the Pulitzer Prize for "Death Of A Salesman" (1949) and the award for "All My Sons". He is an opinionated, outspoken playwright who may be America's most well-known contemporary playwright. His first Broadway success was achieved by writing for radio before he became an author. Miller's work, including "The Crucible," “A View From the Bridge” and …
Peruvian diplomat, historian, lawyer, and writer.
American comic book writer Superman dies at the age of 81 (b. 1914).
Recording expert / entrepreneur
French bishop who died in Paris on 17 September 2001.
American Astrologer. He joined AFA in 1959 and was active at the conventions. Died 1969.
Turkish general (d. 2003)
After only 33 days as Pope, 65-year-old was found dead.
American singer-songwriter/pianist (d. 1982).
British Mensan, Chairman of Mensan International.
American composer and educator, founded the Boston Archdiocesan Choir School (d.2001).
Norwegian film director and editor. His films include "Kampen om tungtvannet" ("The Battle for Heavy Water"), which he co-directed along with Jean DrA(c), a French/Norwegian production that documented the Norwegian heavy water sabotage in the Second World War. Per HA,st was his co-director on a variety of television documentaries. His mother was actress Ingeborg Vibe.
Pope John Paul I (d. 1978)
263rd Roman Catholic Pop (1978)
Paul I (d. 1978).
The 263rd Pope of the Italian Roman Catholic Church was only in office for 34 days. On 8/26/1978, he was elected Pope. He was a bishop in 1958 and was subsequently named the Patriarch of Venice, by Pope Paul VI. John Paul was a young man who suffered from weak health and had tuberculosis.
French radiobiologist and biologist
American author (d. 2000)
Famous birthdays on October 17th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
French doctor, specialist in neuroendocrine disorders. He holds a M.D. He received his M.D. in 1936 and was a practicing psychiatrist. His special interest included parapsychology of mediums. His papers dealt with his occult research and the interaction of modern man and the supernatural. In WW II, he was awarded the Croix de Guerre. Married 1935; 4 kids.
American drummer (d. 1981)
US jazz drummer
Swedish actress (d. 1988).
American baseball coach and manager (d. 1969).
Scottish family of note, adoptive mother/natural grandma of suicide Thomas Watt Hamilton (Dunblane school massacre). She was married twice, with two children.
American astrologer, who began her career in the field in 1957. She was previously an author of novels. Note: She claims that she has been a professional astrologer for over 40 years in a 1970 book. Her books include "An Astrologer Sees at Murder" 1969 and "Sex And The Outer Planets" 1971. She moved to Washington D.C. in the 1950s …
American baseball player (d. 1987).
NYC, New York -- Actress. (Shane Smith, Mr Smith Goes To Washington).
Spanish poet of Generation of '27, introvert in Spain of surrealist poetry
French astrologer and founder of the periodic "Astres"
American screenwriter and author (d. 1940).
Boston, Massachusetts -- Comedian (Show)
El Paso (Texas) -- Actress (GrannyBeverly Hillbillies).
Six weeks after suffering a stroke while performing the Broadway musical Pippin, actress Granny - Beverly Hillbillies, she dies at the age of 71.
American singer and actress (d. 1991).
Dutch artist and sculptor. She was an active member the 1920s Hague (Den Haag), artist community as both a model and a sculptor. Cox was a model for artists such as Gustave Brisgand (French painter and pastelist), Piet van den Hem, and Professor Toon Dupuis.