List of celebrities and famous people who were born on July 18th
Famous birthdays on July 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002004
Romanian bodybuilder and weightlifter
Famous birthdays on July 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Italy -- The oldest (62) mother gives birth to a test tube baby
Brazilian notable family, daughter Zelia Cardosa (politician) and Chico Anysio (husband).
South Korean actor, singer, and dancer (SHINee).
At 74, Mr Rogers, a jazz pianist, dies.
Japanese actress and model
American pianist and singer
Famous birthdays on July 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American fashion journalist and autobiographer. Lauren "LoLo", then 23, sustained a severe injury in Dallas on the 3rd of December 2011. After a brief flight to see Christmas lights, she landed the plane and was struck by the propeller blade. She survived, but she lost her left hand as well as her eye.
American family legend, Jackie Speier, San Francisco assemblywoman, was the first to be born to Steven Sierra, her husband, a physician. Speier was 37 years old at the time of the birth. She is believed to have been the first legislator to have a child while still in office. Speier, a former Supervisor from San Mateo County, was elected to …
Indonesian badminton player
Russian ice dancer
American singer-songwriter/drummer (Underoath, The Almost).
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
Czech tennis player
German ice hockey player
Japanese singer and actress
Japanese singer and actress
Famous birthdays on July 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
French discus thrower. She won silver with her last throw at the 2013 World Championships, Moscow. This was a new national record.
American screenwriter and film director
American football player
French journalist and anchor. She founded "la Rose" in 2007 with Claire Chazal and Laurence Ferrari... to educate girls, especially in Africa.
Irish television and radio hosts
Argentinian actress, singer, and dancer
Russian chess player and author
American television host
Singaporean playwright and poet
Singaporean poet, playwright, and writer
American guitarist (System of a Down and Scars on Broadway).
American basketball player and guard for the Los Angeles Clippers.
NFL nose tackle (NE Patriots).
French humourist (one-man-show) and actor, he wanted to become a football goalkeeper
American notable family, the son and wife of actor Edward James Olmos and Kaija Keel.
NFL tackle (Philadelphia Eagles)
He was an American basketball player who became a professional in 1993 with the Orlando Magic. His grandmother called him "Penny".
New Zealand actress
American news anchor
CFL safety (Calgary Stampeders).
TV rocker (Guys Next Door - I Was Made For You).
Hockey goaltender (Team Japan 1998)
Vancouver, British Columbia -- Canoeist (1996 Olympics)
Famous birthdays on July 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Japanese professional wrestler
French pop singer
Japanese politician and wrestler
New Zealand-Australian actor
American singer and actor (Hepcat).
Australian rugby player
Steven Spielberg discovered an American actor when Diesel's short film, "Multi Facial", (1994), which Diesel had created himself, caught his attention. The film was accepted at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival. Spielberg cast him as "Saving Private Ryan", his 1997 war-hit. Diesel was then born.
NFL defensive end (Jacksonville Jaguars)
American coach and decathlete
Arkansas politician and patriarch for the Duggar family
English politician and academic
Hockey forward (Team Japan 1998)
TV Show Host
Actress (Julie - As the World Turns).
Cornerback / safety in the NFL (NY Jets).
35th President of Panama: Panamanian politician and economist
American baseball player and driver of a race car
American actor and sportscaster for wrestling
President of Panama
American screenwriter and actor
American drummer (Spinnerette) What is This? The Wallflowers Red Hot Chili Peppers Pearl Jam, and Eleven
Montgomery, Alabama -- Actress (Vicky/Marley-Another World).
French ex-tennis player, who is currently Josselin Ouanna’s coach. He has also coached Marc Gicquel as well as Thierry Ascione.
Hockey defenseman (Team Austria 1998)
Screenwriter and producer of Australian comedy actor
Manager and English footballer
Finnish football coach and manager
Illinois, USA; actress (Once Upon a Time in America).
American photographer and author
English journalist and author
Los Angeles, California -- Actress.
Famous birthdays on July 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Pennsylvania, USA; actress (Afton-Dallas, Chorus Line).
American actress best known for her roles on the TV soap "Dallas", 1981-84, "Dark Shadows," and "Somerset".
Welsh politician and educator
Member of the Dutch 2nd Chamber (PvdA).
Manchester -- Rock drummer (Alarm in the Summertime).
British golfer, 6'3" tall, winner of five major tournaments, the British Open, 1987-1990, 1992, and the Masters in 1989-1990.
English singer-songwriter and producer (Public Image Ltd The Flowers of Romance, The Clash).
Russian bass player (Aquarium, Kino)
England, United Kingdom -- PGA golfer (1992 British Open)
French notable family, the daughter and husband of Paris Match editor Pierre Galante, an expatriate actress Olivia de Havilland. Journalist and lawyer.
American baseball manager, player and coach
American singer, best known for her performances on The Lawrence Welk Show. Sherry and Sherry, who both performed on the show together, were called "Knoxville's finest", even though they don't live in Knoxville. They opened for Bob Hope occasionally on tour.
London, England -- Actress
English drummer (XTC, Dragon).
Austrian painter, sculptor
Biologist / politician
American Country-Western singer. His roots and sound are pure Bluegrass, Western Swing, and Traditional Country, with mountain-flavored vocals. His No.1 singles and his gold albums ruled the country charts during the 1980s. Skaggs won the CMA Award in 1982 for male vocalist and 1985 for Entertainer of The Year.
American writer and syndicated gossip columnist.
English-American botanists and academics
English brewer (Greenall Witley).
American singer (d. 1998)
Venezuelan photographer, whose work was displayed in shows such as the 2014 International Center of Photography (NYC)
American business executive. She is currently the Northeast president and director of strategy management issues for Bank of America Corp. Finucane was previously an executive vice president at Fleet Bank prior to the merger of these two banks. She was awarded the Brooke Russell Award for Philanthropy by the Citizens for New York City on April 14, 2004. She is …
Basketball player (1972 Olympics, Silver Medalist).
Belgian politician and chemist, 68th Prime Minster of Belgium
Kansas City, Kansas -- PGA golfer (1978 Canadian Open)
British entrepreneur, founder of Virgin Records, and owner of Virgin-Atlantic Airways by 1994. His "Student" magazine was his first venture. By age 20, he had built a successful business with 40 employees. Twelve years later, he had 50 companies giving him a turnover in excess of 50 million pounds. Branson was ready for expansion into the property, software, film and …
Canadian politician and leader of the New Democratic Party of Canada. Before entering politics, he earned his Ph.D. in 1984. His political career began on the City Council of Toronto. He was elected to the House of Commons in Toronto on June 28, 2004, after having lost two previous elections. In January 2006, he was re-elected. On January 25, 2003, …
American football player
American politician and educator
American actor and singer (Village People), (d. 2001).
Famous birthdays on July 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Australian cricketer and coach
Dutch rock drummer (Golden Earring, Radar Love)
Sr., Puerto Rican professional wrestler
German Nobel Prize winner in biochemistry and academia
Puerto Rican promoter and wrestler
American activist and journalist (d. 2016).
American publishing executive and politician who declared his first presidential candidacy in 1995. He promised a self-funded multimillion-dollar campaign to defeat his eight Republican opponents. He stated that he would invest as much as $25,000,000 of his own money in the project and not take any federal funds. His campaign was centered around his plan to replace seven-million-word federal taxes …
Brooklyn, New York -- Actress (Janet McLean Stevenson Show).
Roslyn, New York -- Actor (Bad Penny)
New York, USA. Actress (Janet-The McLean Stevenson Show).
American choreographer and dancer. She was educated at the Ohio State University in Dance. McIntyre was the TV host of "Violence in America" in 1976.
Belgian director and actor
Author and academic from Scotland-Irish
American politician and first woman president of the Massachusetts State Senate.
Irish republican politician
London, England -- Rocker.
English hurdler and author
New York, USA. Actress (Bessie-Palmerstown USA, Berringers).
American executive director of the Foundation for the Study of Cycles, which was founded in 1941. This think-tank records every type of cycle for correlative research. Mogey started to study astrology in late 1960s as a skeptical, preparing to discredit his wife's interest. However, the natural order and work of his foundation complemented each other well. Although they might refer …
German Astrologer and Advocate of the Hamburg School of Astrology.
California, USA; singer ("Shindig", "Here Comes Brides").
American author and historian
Swiss politician, 84th President of Swiss Confederation
American record producer and songwriter
Belgian royalty, the son of King Leopold III and Queen Liliane who had married September 1941.
Prince of the Belgians/Son of Leopold III
American Astrologer, co-founder of Matrix in 1977 with his brother Stephen. Together they developed over 100 programs of astrological software. In the 1960's, he began studying astrology. He and Margaret, his wife, ran the Heart Center School which produced thousands of students. He was a director of ACT and a member of AFA Research. In 1994, he was elected to …
German producer and songwriter
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
American actress and politician (Martha and the Vandellas and The Fascinations).
Indiana, USA. Rocker "Baby What's Wrong".
American actor. The handsome, 6'4" actor was a star in the hit TV series Marcus Welby. He won the Emmy Award for Best Supporting actor in a Drama in 1970 and won the Golden Globe in 1972 for Best Supporting Artist in a Television Series.
American pro-baseball player and athlete who earned a solid reputation for his work as a baseball manager for the New York Yankees.
New York Mets 1971 National League Most Valuable Player
California, USA; actor (Dr Kiley, Marcus Welby and Peter - Hotel).
Famous birthdays on July 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Dion and The Belmonts).
England; fusion keyboardist (Befour, Genesis).
New York, USA: rocker (Dion & the Belmonts – "Teenagers in Love").
American economics professor (d. 2007.)
A Scottish-British musician, rock star, and behind-the scenes founding member of The Rolling Stones. After a heart attack that caused him to die, he was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as "the sixth Stone" in 1989. ".
Director (Robocop 4th Man, Total Recall), is killed at 73
Alabama, USA; actor. (Mickey-Spencer's Pilots).
American journalist and author (Born in 1937).
Polish-born chemist, Nobel Prize laureate
Polish Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry and Academics
American journalist and author. Thompson was born to middle-class parents. His father's death left Thompson and his family in poverty. Thompson was not able to finish high school because he was imprisoned for 60 days for aiding a robbery. After completing high school, he joined the United States Air Force and then went into journalism. He was a frequent traveler, …
Richardson Sports, an American sports team owner. He is also the Panther team's head coach. Hugh McCall was his partner and helped to create a Nation's Bank loan for six years to help establish the team. Announcement: 10/26/1993, 8 p.m., Chicago
Canadian ice hockey player
Boston, Massachusetts -- Figure skater (1952, 56 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Indian guru 69th Shankaracharya
American actress (d.2007)
American poet, former professor who was Poet Laureate for Texas in 2001. He retired as the "Paul Whitfield Horn Professor in English" and "Poet In Residence" from Texas Tech University in May 2002.
English playwright, director of theatre, poet, theorist, and screenwriter.
American composer and educator
French actor, director and producer. He is also a comic and screenwriter. His screen debut was in 1963 with "La Femme Spectacle", directed by Claude Lelouch. "
Russian poet, leading spokesperson for post-Stalin youth. He was a poet and a popular speaker at poetry readings. However, he was not arrested due to his popularity. In 1974, he protested publicly the deportation and arrest of Solzhenitsyn.
Italian cyclist who won a gold medal at 1956 Melbourne Olympics. He was 37 years old when he died in Padua (Padova), Italy, on December 5, 1970.
American industrial and conceptual designer
Dutch writer/Undersecretary of Education (D66).
Sarnia, Ontario -- Canada, composer (Patria)
Italy sport Champion
American screenwriter and director
Russian playwright and poet
American film director
American notable family, daughter of actor Nick Stuart and actress Sue Carol. Carol was married to actor Richard Anderson for less that a year, and then she married Jonathan Veitch (37 years old) on 2/08/1958. Jonathan is their only child.
Wilmington, Delaware -- Percussionist. (War-World is a Ghetto).
Italian TV actor, also active in radio and film.
American Los Angeles promoter.
A political activist who is a member of the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party. He also advocates for Puerto Rican independence. Miranda, along with three other Nationalists, Lolita Lebron and Andres Figueroa Corero, entered the United States Capitol Building armed with automatic pistols, and fired 30 rounds. Five congressmen were shot, but they all survived. Cancel Miranda and the three other …
Astrologer from Canada; joined AFA December 1978. Dietz died 10/11/1979 in Kearneysville, WV.
Famous birthdays on July 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
American musician (Born 1929)
American ice skating champion and winner of Gold Medals in 1952 and 1948. He was a passionate fan of the sport and became a sports broadcaster.
American actor and producer of singer-songwriters (d. 2000).
Englewood sports Champions
English actor (Four in one Jeep, Scrooge and Checkpoint).
Dutch poet, writer and journalist.
Italian priest and author (d.2013)
Italian actress and playwright (d.2013)
German maestro, one of the most important old-style maestros.
French politician and physician. Married once and had five children.
writer (d. 2005)
American gridiron football coach and player. He was a professional end in the All-America Football Conference, the Canadian Football League and the National Football League.
London, England -- Actress (Adventures Of Sir Lancelot, Daybreak).
Canadian short story writer and novelist, she is one of the most prominent figures in Canadian literature. She is also the founder of Writers Trust of Canada, an organization that promotes Canada's writing.
German politician and lawyer German Federal Minister for the Interior (d. 2012).
Former England cricketer
Australian hurdler and runner (d. 2004).
Spanish aristocracy, nicknamed Fabiolo in Italy. He is the older brother to Queen Fabiola, and is well-known for being a big-time jet-set playboy. He has also had two marriages. His modest attempt at acting in films was unsuccessful.
Austria -- 100m dash (1948 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
New Jersey, USA; choral director. (Leslie Uggams show).
Danish swimmer (d.2011)
French playwright and actress
Paris 14éme Actor
French literary critic and essayist who died in Dijon 21 June 2008
American philosopher and historian of physics
Austrian-American Viennese language cabarettist and satirist. He also composed music and is an author. He was especially popular in the 1950s, 1960s.
German Nazi military. He was an UnterscharfA 1/4 hrer during World War II. He died on 19 Oct 1944.
American astronaut, one among the original seven astronauts and first American to orbit earth on February 20, 1962.
American academic and psychiatrist
Ringwood Brewery was founded by an English brewer (d. 2014).
Pioneer of Cinema Verite, Documentary filmmaker
Fontenay-le-Comte Military man
English race car driver and businessman (d.82)
American baseball player. He was a right-handed third baseman who played between 1948 and 1952 for the St. Louis Cardinals (now Cincinnati Reds)
Actor (Gil McGowan - Another World).
Famous birthdays on July 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101918
South African President, a civil right hero and martyr who won victory in his lifetime crusade for non-racial South Africa democracy. He was taken into custody as a political prisoner in August 1962. He spent 27 years in prison before being released on February 11, 1990. He was a charismatic personality who went on lecture tours in order to run …
French TV's most prominent journalist, producer, and director.
Duluth (Minnesota) -- Actress/singer (Alice Beulah).
French Caribbean singer.
American philanthropist and entrepreneur. He is also the founder of American Income Life Insurance Company. His work was for the advancement and education of literacy, human rights, and education.
Baseball player (d. 2003).
Dutch lawyer/Minister of Education
Italian cyclist nicknamed "Gino The Pious" for his strong religious beliefs. He is a hard-rider and once crashed his three-wheeler with two cyclists trying to crowd him. Bartali did this to warn all his competitors not to cross him.
Italy sport Champion
Dutch poet, writer and astrologer.
United States -- 200m dash (1932 Olympics - Silver Medalist)
American comedian who is loved and well-known in film, TV, and nightclub. His trademark red hair and the gentle humor of his characters made TV viewers laugh from 1951-1971. He was known for his roles as Clem Kadiddlehopper and Mean Widdle Kid, and Freddie, the Freeloader. Every show he hosted ended with the words "Good evening and may God bless." …
St. Louis, Missouri -- Actor (Space Patrol, Millionaire)
Paris 6éme Politician
Madame Soleil, a French astrologer. Her radio career was launched on 9/12/1970 at 6:55 pm Paris time, Europe I station.
French rugby footballer (d. 50)
French businesswoman, member of AcadA(c),mie des Beaux-Arts and major philanthropist.
American Astrologer joined AFA in December 1964.
US pilot / Lieutenant Admiral (WWII-Pacific)
Modena was home to an Italian doctor who devised a new treatment for cancer. The method was so popular that the government began to distribute the drugs free of charge through its socialized medical system. He died of respiratory failure in Modena, Italy, July 1, 2003, just 17 days before his 91st Birthday.
Canadian-American screenwriter and actor (d. 2003).
Norwegian peace activist, feminist, humanist, peace activist, Norwegian feminist, co-founder Nansen Academy. Resistance member, concentration camp survivor during World War II. Publisher and editor-in chief of Kvinnen og Tiden (1945aEUR'1955).
St-Senoux Military man
Indian film personality (d.1989)
German homicide victim. August Lilli, her sweetheart, shot August to death 2/15/1929 before he committed suicide.
Italian journalist, correspondent for La Stampa. He died in 1983.
Famous birthdays on July 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Soviet Minister of Foreign Affairs, Belarusian-Russian politician and economist (d. 1989).
President of Afghanistan (d. 1978).
Afghan commander and politician, 1st President for Afghanistan (d. 1978).
Indian poet critic and academic (d.82)
American actress and singer (d. 1994).
Actress (Joe Palooka)
Mexican-American actress and dancer (d. 44)
Mexican-American actress, who was a fiery star in the '30s & '40s.
American activist and pacifist (Born 1908)
American peace activist, Peace Pilgrim (d. 1981).
Sadirac Military man
US playwright (Golden Boy), dies at 57
Canadian-American politician and academic (d. 1992).
American actor, director, playwright and artist. His works were influenced by the Great Depression and are a leading American playwright of the 1930s. His most famous novels are "Waiting for Lefty," 1935 and "Awake and Sing," 1935. "Golden Boy" was his 1937.
(Sen-R-California), educator (Language in Action)
Seagoville (Texas) -- Actor (Fronteir Circus and Rounders).
Philippe Leclerc's wife, a French military hero, was awarded Marshal of France posthumously.
Dutch journalist, teacher, feminist writer, actor, and Paris correspondent for Dutch newspapers.
American author (d. 1984)
Russian-born French writer (Born 1900)