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

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2009 - 2000

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

  • French-born daughter of Danis Tanovic, a noted director. She is the fourth and third children, respectively.


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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


1979 - 1970

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

  • She is a top-model in Slovakia and actress. Her actions at the French Red Cross are well-known. She won a modeling contest while studying medicine in Prague. She is also well-known for her participation in television programs like "Rendez-vous En Terre Inconnue" or "Les pouvoirs extraordinaires Du Corps humain" (with Michel CymA's), where she acts like a professional athlete.

  • American interior designer, TV host, and personality. He is the founder of Chicago's interior design firm Nate Berkus Associates. He has also been a regular guest on The Oprah Show, where he offers design advice and coordinates surprise makeovers for peoples' homes. He is the author of several books and has published many products.

  • German professional cyclist racer, known for his propensity towards attack, exceptional longevity, and multilingual and mediatised personality. He wore the Tour de France yellow jersey twice. He has been a member of the Radioshack Nissan team since 2012.

  • Welsh basketball player and actor


1969 - 1960

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

  • Malik Yoba

    Actor (NY Undercover - Detective JC Williams)

  • Flemish singer, currently active with Clouseau, television presenter and actor, as well as a race car driver and actor.

  • Ashcroft, British Columbia -- Canadian Tour golfer (1994 Canadian Golf)

  • American boxer

  • NFL tight end (Cin Cincinnatis)

  • Canadian actor and humourist, best known for his part in "The Barbarian Invasion". He was a stage actor who teamed up with Franck Dubosc, a French comedian.

  • American beatboxer, record producer and rapper

  • Canadian comedian and actor

  • She was an American employee in a low-ranking government job and came within striking distance of taking down a president. Jones filed a $700,000.00 lawsuit against President Clinton for sexual harassment. He claimed that Jones summoned Jones to a hotel room and asked her for fellatio. After months of accusations, evasions, and disclosures, Federal Judge Susan Wright dismissed the case …

  • French athlete who won France's first Winter Olympics gold medal, the Silver Medal at Albertville in 1992. She was a former winner of the Super-6 in Calgary, 1987.

  • Actor (Charley Hannah High Mountain Rangers).

  • Horse show jumper

  • Baz Luhrmann

    Australian film director

  • Unknown Asian writer who wrote Shen Tong's autobiography, "Almost a Revolution", 1990. She interviewed Raisa Gorbachav while she was a Washington Post reporter. She had already returned to Columbia Law School in 1992.

  • Brazilian journalist, who presented "Jornal Nacional News" on brazilian television at 9 o'clock in the evening. She was partnered by William Bonner and has been one of Brazil's most prominent journalists. In 1990, she married her news partner and they had three children, Beatriz, Beatriz, and VinAcius on 21 October 1997. She currently hosts the live talk show, "Encounters With …

  • Sydney, NSW -- Australasia Golfer

  • Cartoonist


1959 - 1950

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

  • Australian singer-songwriter/guitarist Yothu Yindi (d. 13)

  • Major league baseball player from America

  • American comedian

  • American actor

  • American baseball player. He made his debut April 5, 1974, and played his last game October 3, 1993. He played for the Milwaukee Brewers throughout his career.

  • French sommelier, maitre d'hotel, at the CA'te d'Or Restaurant in Saulieu (Burgundy).

  • American baseball player. He made his debut April 5, 1974, and played his last game October 3, 1993. He played for the Milwaukee Brewers throughout his career.

  • Budgie, a Welsh singer and songwriter

  • American screenwriter and actress

  • Pakistani-English soldier, politician

  • Richland, Georgia -- Country singer (Oak Ridge Boys-Elvira)

  • French Corsican journalist, radio-TV host. He was nicknamed "Magpie" because he was very talkative and specialized in inventions and sciences. However, he also had a great sense of humor. His first interview as a journalist was with Jean Marc Rouillan.

  • Cassandra Peterson

    American actress

  • Speed skater and coach from the Netherlands

  • Scottish politician

  • American television hostess of horror movies, an original character she created in 1981 for a Los Angeles TV station. She commented on old movie trailers. She was sexy, flirty, and outlandish, and she became Elvira, Mistresse of the Dark. She looks like a cross between Vincent Price, Mae West and Mae West. She wears a long black dress with a …

  • Indian politician. He is currently the 14th Chief Minister in Gujarat. He is a member the Bharatiya Janata Party, and was the prime ministerial candidate for the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance during the 2014 Indian general election.

  • Swedish politician

  • Politician

  • American producer and singer (The Tubes).

1949 - 1940

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

  • John Ritter

    American actor, and a member of a theatrical family. Ritter was awarded the 1983 Golden Globe Award for Best Comedy Series Actor, Emmys 1983-84 for Outstanding Lead Actor, and the 1988 People's Choice Award. He was awarded a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame in 1993, next to his father.

  • American political cartoonist (d.2000)

  • Baghdad, Iraq -- Wife to Billionaire John Kluge

  • California, USA; actor (Jack-Three's Company, Hooperman).

  • American political cartoonist (Born 1948).

  • American author

  • American merchandising marketer and CEO of Golden Valley Microwave. The company is a producer of frozen potato products and microwavable popcorn. High competition was causing a decline in the popcorn industry. A joint venture with ConAgra increased earnings by selling frozen potato products to restaurants as well as retailers. Watkins graduated from the Univ. Watkins graduated from the Univ. of …

  • Phil Jackson

    American basketball player, coach and star. He was the former 6th man for both the Knicks (1967-1980) and the New York Nets (1967-1980). In 1975, he was the NBA's most prolific player with 330 personal fouls. For 13 seasons, he played for the Knicks.

  • New Zealand actor

  • American family known for being the first of Arthur Fiedler’s three children. She recalls growing up in tension and trying to conform to her parents' standards. Although she took piano, singing and dancing lessons, she did not develop the musical talent that her father desired. Brookline was filled with music. But it was a dark, gloomy, and shabby home. This …

  • In the early 1970s, a Swiss-Italian clothing magnate outraged Vatican by pairing bulging buttocks with parodies Christian teachings in ads for his "Jesus Jeans." He was not afraid of public attention and followed his "Jesus jeans” stint with a $100m jeans-and-jackets sales to the Soviet Union. This was achieved by his official supply of uniforms off-track to the U.S.S.R. for …

  • Italian pioneer adventurer, film maker, and leader of the expedition to climb Mt. With his Austrian partner, he filmed Everest's conquest. They climbed the mountain at 29,028 feet without oxygen on the 8th of May 1978. He returned to Everest two years later, solo, and became the first person to do so.

  • Canadian guitarist and singer (Five Man Electrical Band).

  • LPGA golfer

  • American social psychologist and author, best known for her works on the topics of critical thinking and feminism. She taught psychology at the University of California Los Angeles and at the New School for Social Research. She is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and the Association for Psychological Science.

  • Italian television personality and lawyer.

  • Tallahassee (Florida) -- Astronaut / PhD (STS 35, STS67).

  • AKA Gilbert Proesch is an Italian artist who works with George Passmore, his life partner (born in Plymouth, United Kingdom, 8 January 1942). They are a duo called Gilbert & George. Their distinctive, formal appearance and manner are well-known. They also have brightly-coloured, graphic-based, photo-based artworks.

  • Theatre administrator

  • Irish-English journalist, author

  • British sportscaster

  • Hollywood, California -- Errol flynn's last girlfriend

  • American illustrator and author

  • United States -- 800m Track Star (1968 Olympics – Gold Medalist).

  • Lorella De Luca

    Italian television, film, and voice actress. She is most well-known for her role as a young girl in comedies and dramas.

  • Swedish diplomat and politician 4th Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations

  • Italian motorcycle racer (d. 1972).

  • Actor Cypriot-Greek (d. 2007).

1939 - 1930

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

  • Nominated by President George Bush, he is an American Supreme Court jurist that emphasizes judicial restraint. He is respected by his colleagues for his intellectual prowess, strong opinions, and modesty. Out of the 106 Supreme Court jurists, he remains the sixth unmarried. He was Washington's most prominent bachelor after his appointment.

  • Vladimir Menshov
  • American singer-songwriter and vocal actress

  • Fielmann AG's chief executive officer is German optometrist, entrepreneur. Fielmann has two children and is divorcée.

  • American actor and novelist. He worked as a logger and a mental-hospital attendant as well as a farmer and musician. In 1962, he wrote "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest", which was made into film in 1975. It starred Jack Nicholson, Louise Fletcher and was directed by MiloA!Forman. For his work, he was awarded the Los Angeles Times Robert Kirsch …

  • Businessman

  • Anne Bancroft

    American actress who has been on screen since 1952 and won the Best Actress Oscar. For her roles in "The Pumpkin Eater", and "The Graduate," she was nominated but didn't win the Best Actress Oscar. In 1958, she was paired with Henry Fonda in "Two for the Seesaw", and received her first Tony Award. She also won the N.Y. Drama …

  • Jean-Claude Carrière

    French screenwriter and actor

  • French screenwriter, actor and writer

  • French politician and magistrate, one of the founders 'Le Centre d'A (c)tudes de recherches et d'A (c)ducation socialiste'

  • New York, USA. American actress (The Graduate). (Dies 2005).


1929 - 1920

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

  • American football player (Born 1927).

  • (Rep-D-New York, 1977-92)

  • USA; NFL Hall of Famer (Chicago Bears and Houston Oilers, Oakland Raiders).

  • American mechanical engineer and CEO at AMP, a manufacturer of computer connectors with 57% of its sales in international markets. McInnes graduated from MIT with a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering. He is also an accomplished sailor.

  • A French cardinal converted to Roman Catholicism from Judaism at 13 years old. He went on to become Archbishop (1981aEUR'2005) of Paris, head of the Roman Catholic Church of France. Lustiger was a Jew from childhood and worked tirelessly for Jewish-Christian reconciliation throughout his life.

  • American singer and organist (d. 2001).

  • Lille Journalist

  • Novelist

  • Hank Williams

    American singer, songwriter, and country western singer. He wrote approximately 125 songs without any formal musical training. His short career helped define modern country music. He fuses R&B, western swing, gospel-influenced country, and tale-telling folk music. Although his untrained voice was painfully nasal, his Alabama drawl had charm and a unique catch-yodel. His songs included "Cold, Cold Him" and other …

  • American baseball player. He was a right-handed third baseman and played four games for the Cleveland Indians in April 1945.

  • English-American pianist composer, conductor (d.2015)

  • Linguist

  • Statesman

  • Geneticist

  • American journalist, novelist, and university professor who wrote about American life during various post-war periods. His first novel, "The End of My Life", was published in 1947. The Cold War was the historical setting for "The Hound of Earth", published in 1955.

  • Angolan politician and poet 1st President, Angola (d. 1979).

  • London, England -- Actress. (Girly Murder is Announced).

  • Dinah Sheridan

    British actress, who has been a star in British TV, theatre and film for seven decades. Sheridan's stage career started in 1932. Although she appeared in many movies, her most popular TV series "Don't Wait Up" ran from October 1983 to March 1990.

  • (Rep-R-Maryland, 1973- )

1919 - 1910

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

  • He was a French champion wrestler and participated in the Greco Roman wrestling events at the 1948 Olympic Games. In 1957, he retired from the sport.

  • France sport Champion

  • Israeli soldier, soldier, lawyer, and author who was the sixth President of Israel.

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  • The Gottex Company was founded by a Hungarian-Israeli fashion designer (d. 2012).

  • French jazz musician (clarinetist, tenor saxophonist), and film/classic music composer.

  • German television presenter, who hosted the game show "What’s My Line?" From 1961 to his death in Munich on 14 January 1989, he was a German television presenter.

  • Norwegian classical pianist and educator. He was one of the most prominent Scandinavian pianists and toured throughout the west. He was made Professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Music, Copenhagen in 1967. From 1973 to 1973, he was Professor at The Norwegian Academy of Music.


1909 - 1900

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

  • French radio producer, 1935-1975. Devries was a musician and the first chair holder. He also composed symphonies and chamber music. Devries was the great grandson of Ernesta Grisi and Theophile Gauthier, an opera singer and son of a tenor. In 1961, he was awarded the Grand Prix Musical de la Ville de Paris.

  • Commander-in-Chief Allied Forces Northern Europe

  • Professor German University College London

  • American illustrator and author (d. 1968).

  • The Sardarapat Memorial was designed by a Georgian-Armenian architect, educator, and he also designed St. Vartan Cathedral (d.73).

  • English politician and author (d. 1973).

  • German composer

  • Jerry Colonna

    Boston, Massachusetts -- Actor (Road To Morocco, Road To Singapore)

  • Dancer and choreographer from Ecuadorian-English (d. 1988).

  • Czech-American set designer and screenwriter (d. 1972).

  • Austrian-American film director (d.72)

  • Esther Ralston

    American actress of silent screen fame. She was born in Vaudeville and made her screen debut in 1916. The stunning, blonde beauty became a household name in 1941 when she starred in "The American Venus", a film that was based on her life. She was financially devastated by her divorce and worked as a saleswoman at a grocery store, but …

  • Australian author (d. 1973)

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  • French astrologer, author of "Astrologie mondial : Quinzeans de paix sur l'Europe", 1938. Michel Gauquelin influenced his research with "Ceux qui nous guident", 1946. He died in 1989.

  • English pilot and sailor (d.72)

  • American businessman founded Marriott Corporation

  • American baseball player (Born in 1900).

  • American hotelier

  • American astrologer. She was listed in Boston as a professional in 1942, the same year she joined AFA. She was elected to the AFA Election Committee that fall and, two years later, she was a highly recommended teacher at Pittsfield (MA) of astrology. She was a student at Marc Edmund Jones from 1943 to conduct research on the astrology for …

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