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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on December 18th

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on December 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010

  • American child, born to prominent parents. Jay DeMarcus is her father, and he is a member of country group Rascal Flatts. Allison DeMarcus is her mother, and she was a Miss Tennessee. Madeline is their first child.

2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on December 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

  • American child from a large family. Also, the fact that all of the children's names start with the letter J is a testament to the American family. She is the 18th of her 11 siblings, and she joins seven other children (children of Michelle Bob Duggar, who want more children). The parents also have a weekly cable TV program that …

  • Campbell Brown, a noted CNN anchor, and Dan Senor are the parents of their first child.


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on December 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on December 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Christina Aguilera

    American singer, songwriter, actress. She was born in Staten Island, New York, and raised in Rochester, Wexford, and Pennsylvania. In her early years, she appeared on Star Search and The Mickey Mouse Club. Aguilera recorded "Reflection", which was the theme of Disney's 1998 movie Mulan. She signed with RCA Records. Her 1999 debut album, Teen Pop Self-titled, rose to fame. …

  • Swiss snowboarder

  • Reggae Singer

  • American football player

1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on December 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • Japanese actress and model

  • Canadian imitator, impersonator. Previously, singer of "Sens Unique", she is well-known for imitating CA (c)line Dion and Edith Piaf, AdA'le, and her favorite one: Vanessa Paradis.

  • Francois Mitterand's illegitimate child from a long-term marriage with Anne, a French family noted. As a courtesy, the President informed the press of the situation. However, the press did not discuss it. Mazarine, together with her mother, stood in the background of Mitterand’s wife and sons at the funeral in January 1986. They were united in their grief for the …

  • Rapper

  • Jason Mantzoukas

    American comedian, actor, and writer. He is most well-known for his role as Rafi on the FX comedy series The League. He also co-starred with Sacha Baron Cohen in The Dictator. He has also appeared in films such as Conception, Sleeping with Other People and They Came Together. Mantzoukas is also the host of the popular film discussion podcast How …

  • Julian Arahanga
  • American professional thief sent to prison on 5/29/1988 for a term of ten years. He was released on 7/31/1991. He was convicted on 12/18/1991 of attempting to escape arrest. He was released on 4/12/1993. He was later returned to prison for parole violations and carrying concealed weapons and was given another ten year sentence.

  • in South Africa; tennis star.


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on December 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Brad Pitt

    American actor and sex icon. William Bradley Pitt, a handsome, blonde, and blue-eyed actor made his Hollywood debut in 1991 in a small part in "Thelma & Louise". His sharp looks have been seen in many films, earning him accolades such as being named "sexiest man alive" (People magazine 1995 and 2000), and #23 on the list of 100 sexiest …

  • Burundi soldier and politician President of Burundi

  • Canadian pro-ice dancer/skater, with her brother Paul, who won a Silver Medal at the Albertville Olympics on February 17, 1992.

  • A French singer of Spanish descent (Andalusian mom), who was very popular between 1989-91 due to his album "Le monde est fou". Her song "Oui Je l'adore" was featured on French TV in 2008 as an advertisement for Groupama. Her name for her satage was inspired by "polyester".

  • American basketball coach and player


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on December 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Actress (Mardi Gras Cape Fear).

  • American store manager, Boston furrier and murderer-suicide. Charles Stuart and Carol, his wife, were returning from Boston's birthing class when Charles called police to report that a black gunman had forced his way into their car. He demanded they drive to Mission Hill. Stuart claimed that the gunman demanded the couple's jewelry and cash. He then shot Carol in the …

  • British astrologer, syndicated columnist for newspapers in the UK, U.S. Australia, and South Africa. As a young musician, he began his astrological studies. The initial provocation led to a full-time job. He was a professional counselor and wrote his first sun sign columns for Today in 1986. He left Today in January 1992 and joined the Daily Mail in December …

  • Businessman

  • rocker (Red Ryder, "Light in the Tunnel")

  • American homicide. He was convicted of killing his wife Katherine and disposing her body, despite the fact that there was no corpse. Katherine's DNA was matched by blood, bone material and blood splatters all over the house. Katherine and he had been married for 2 1/2 years. Katherine had already announced her intention to leave him. Bruno, their son, was …

  • Ray Liotta

    American actor seen in "Lethal Weapon", and "Goodfellas." He was dark and tightly wound. His stage presence and sexual charisma made him an impact.

  • Businessman

  • French writer, pilot, adventurer, and documentary filmmaker. He has received numerous medals and distinctions.

  • British racing driver and founder of Manor Motorsport

  • German runner

  • American songwriter and drummer (Red Square Black, MAPtley CrA 1/2 e) (d.2002).

  • American journalist and author of "Pinochet and Me", 2001. CooperaEUR (tm), a radical anarchist who was a teenager during the aEUR'60s, began his career as a journalist in 1966 when he started and edited an underground newspaper in Los Angeles. Cooper was expelled from California State University in 1971. Cooper went to Chile and worked in the press office for …

  • American historian, author, and critic

  • Mexican wrestler (d. 2015)

  • Ontario, Canada; rocker (M+M).

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on December 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • French singer and composer. He grew up in Paris with his mother, a dancer from Guadeloupe. In 1969, he became a guitarist and later a composer. Rockcollection was his first international hit, which was inspired by the Beatles. He also sang "Le Soleil donne", which he sang in spanish, english, and french. He is best known for his collaboration with …

  • American serial killer and necrophiliac. He was a sadistic sociopath and selected his victims to vent deep-rooted sexual or sadistic desires. His victims were educated, wealthy, and spoiled. They were the ones he considered cruel in high school.

  • American professional basketball player, who plays for the "Golden State Warriors," the "Golden State Buffalos", and the "San Antonio Spurs."

  • England; rock bassist (Animals).

  • Italian painter and sculptor

  • American lawyer who was admitted to the bar in 1968. He was made Deputy District Attorney in June 1970. He was a computer theft specialist in Los Angeles. Later, he became the Director of National Center for Computer Crime. He co-authored "Investigating Computer Crime" in 1978 and worked closely with the FBI and other law enforcement agencies.

  • English trumpet player and educator

  • Keith Richards

    British musician who founded "The Rolling Stones", with Mick Jagger, in July 1962. They were one of the most well-known groups of the 1960s, and they have remained popular for over 40 years. Jagger and Jagger met for the first time in primary school. They re-met in 1960. Both were avid blues fans and R&B lovers. They sold gold by …

  • Actor (Endangers Species), Love at Large, Made in Heaven

  • American musician and saxophonist, was born in Texas. He is well-known for his contributions to the Rolling Stones albums.

  • William was a grandson of King George V of the United Kingdom. A Cambridge graduate, he joined the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, serving in Lagos and Tokyo, before returning to take over royal duties. At this time, he was diagnosed with porphyria, probably hereditary, but died at thirty in an air-crash, while piloting his plane in a competition, on 28 …

  • American composer and trumpeter

  • American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Big Brother and the Holding Company). (d. 2015).

  • English hurdler and sprinter (d. 1974).

  • Italian jurist and university professor. Baldassarre was elected President of the Italian television in February 2002. Baldassarre received his law degree and then enrolled in postgraduate courses in the United States. He is a well-known jurist who has authored over 350 laws. One of these laws provided equality and inviolable rights. This law cannot be overturned, even if the constitution …

1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on December 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • Bill Clinton pardoned a Belgian financier and American fugitive for fraud accusations in his final hours of office. He was a commodities trader and was accused of evading $48million in taxes from his oil commodities company and illegally trading in Iran during the hostage crisis.

  • Russian astronaut and colonel engineer

  • American actor, who became popular in the TV series "77 Sunset Strip," 1958-1963. His films include "Auntie Mame", and "Man Of A Thousand Faces." He started his career in 1955 as a bit actor.

  • Goeteborg, Sweden -- Actor (Hunger, Virgin Spring)

  • American television host (d. 2014.)

  • French journalist. Chief of social services at Le Monde newspaper. 1958-1969. He was the Chief of the Political and Economic Service and Editor in Chief of TF1 Television Station 1969-72. He also directed a literary collection from 1974 to 1977. He was cofounder and editor-in-chief of Le Matin, 1977-1977. Antenne2 TV (TV, 1981-82) and director of international relations and development …


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on December 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • American runner and Olympic Track and Field Champion. He was awarded the Silver Medal for the 1600m Relay and the Bronze Medal for the 400m relay at the 1952 Olympics.

  • Author and caliph of Indian-English (d. 2003).

  • Caliph of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community (d.2003)

  • Peggy Cummins
  • Professional French cyclist from 1948 to 1955. He won the Tour of Morbihan in 1951, Paris-Vimoutiers 1952 and was second in the French road-cycling championship in 1952.

  • Italian family, Salvatore Ferragamo's wife, was a well-known figure in the Italian community. She married him on 11/09/1940, when she was 18, and he at 42. They had six children. After her husband's death, she entered the family business and was elected president. Despite her sudden call to the family business, she and her six children, along with her husband's …

  • British politician (Born 1920)

  • German singer.

  • French songwriter, who wrote over 4000 songs. He was a joint winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1969 as lyricist for Un Jour Un Enfant, which Frida Boccara sang. He also composed the title song to Charlie Chaplin's 1957 movie A King in New York.

  • broadcaster.

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on December 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • American nuclear physicist who helped to understand neutronic physics and made it possible to develop modern nuclear reactors.

  • Ossie Davis

    Cogdell (Georgia) -- Actor/playwright (Hot Stuff Man Called Adam).

  • Bruy?res Military man

  • Pertuis Writer

  • American jazz, jump, and bebop saxophonist, and blues shouter. After an accident in which his hair was damaged by lye in a hair straightening cream, he was called aEURoeCleanheadaEUR.

  • Betty Grable

    American actress, singer, and dancer. Her films include "How to Marry a Millionaire" 1953 and "How to Be Very,Very Popular" 1955. Harry James, her bandleader, was her second marriage. She had two children.

  • American astrologer

  • Scottish-American academic leader and union leader (d. 2008).

  • French filmmaker, who directed 15 feature films and 40 shorter films. He also wrote 35 scripts and over 120 adaptations and dubbings. He died April 27, 2004 in Villejuif.

  • Jr. American pilot and general (d. 2002).

  • Lille Military man

  • American General (d. 2002).

  • American jewish film director of Russian descent, (family comes from Odessa). Melina Mercouri, a Greek singer-actress and culture minister, was remarried to Melina Mercouri.

  • Italian artist and sculptor. He was an abstract sculptor and worked with avant-garde metal, plastics constructions, aluminum, copper, and steel. Ladera was killed in Paris in 1989.

  • journalist.

  • New Zealand cricket and rugby international referee/umpire (Born in 1910).

  • American playwright and director of author plays (d. 1985).

  • German pro-astrologer, best known for advocating Tertiary directions. He was a data collector and the publisher of more than 1001 political horoscopes. He advocated experimental and scientific-oriented astrology. His specialties included mundane astrology, tertiary direction, and prognosis. He also predicted a third world war in 1960.

  • Broadway composer (Guys and Dolls 1951 TONew York).

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on December 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • French union activist, secretary-general and president of General Confederation of Executives (French): ConfA(c]dA(c]ration gA[c]rale des cadres CGC), one of five major French trade union confederations.

  • Corbeil EXecutives

  • Actress (Dawn at the Great Divide).

  • England, United Kingdom -- Actress, Happy Breed, Brief encounter

  • American geographer and explorer (d.69)

  • British playwright, who started his career as an actor and then switched to writing and directing. 1938 was the year he produced his first major play. Fry's works include "The Lady's Not For Burning", 1949, "Venus Observed," 1950, and the deeply moving "Sleep of Prisoners," 1951.

  • American race car driver (d.1984)

  • American musician and educator (Mills Blue Rhythm Band), (d. 2009).

  • Paris 12éme Writer

  • French philosopher, member of AcadA(c),mie des Sciences Morales et Politiques since 1978. He was a professor at various Parisian and provincial lycees from 1931 to 1945, then at the University of Montpellier (and later at Sorbonne) until his retirement in 1979.

  • Music publisher for "Buddy" Morris

  • France Writer

  • Actor (Across the Pacific Flower Drum Song)

  • American circus sideshow star who was born with skin the size of an alligator across his entire body. He was a normal man with pleasant personalities, other than his skin. His mom was said to have been scared by an alligator during her pregnancy.

  • American cinematographer and screenwriter for director producers (d. 1975).

  • American cinematographer and screenwriter for director producers (d. 1975).

  • country singer.

  • German Nazi army, a SturmbannfA 1/4 hrer with the Waffen SS during World War II, who was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross to acknowledge extreme battlefield bravery and successful military leadership by Nazi Germany during World War II. He was 79 years old when he died in Aachen, Germany on 22 June 1983.

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