List of celebrities and famous people who were born on June 18th
Famous birthdays on June 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102010
Famous birthdays on June 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002007
American child of well-known parents, the son Julia Roberts and Daniel Moder.
An English family member, Mick Hucknall is her father, a musician and singer from the band "Simply Red."
Dutch royalty, born to Dutch Princess Mabel, wife of Prince Johan-Friso of Orange-Nassau (the Netherlands). Because her mother, Mabel Wisse Smit, had been involved with an alleged gangster prior to marrying the prince in 2004, the government of the Netherlands did not approve the marriage. Consequently, Johan-Friso gave up any rights he might have had (he was third in line …
American family, second son of Ricki lake and Rob Sussman. 8 lbs 7 Oz. Born in the family bath with two assistants and a midwife, with his dad present. Milo, Owen's older brother was born on 3/22/1997.
Famous birthdays on June 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901998
Japanese idol model and actress (Sakura Gakuin).
Chinese-born actress for American television voices
Dutch figure skater
Australian rugby player
American actress and model.
Japanese actress and model
Famous birthdays on June 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
African football player. He is the son of Pierre-FranASSois, a Gabonese international player. Pierre-Emerick was a prestigious player at clubs like A.C. Milan or A.S.Saint-Etienne and signed a five-year contract with Borussia Dortmund in July 2013. He scored three goals in his debut match in Bundesliga. He won the DFL 2013-Supercup with BVB
Model and actress from Australia
American singer-guitarist (All Time Low).
Turkish singer and actress
He is a French professional tennis player who won a Bronze medal in Men's doubles tennis during the 2012 Olympics. They were born 15 days after Raphael Nadal. Since their youth, they have been constant opponents. Gasquet won "Les Petits As" 1999 and Nadal 2000. Gasquet reached the semi-finals on grass (Wimbledon 2007 defeating Andy Roddick), but Nadal became a …
American baseball player
American family, third child of Julie Nixon (and her husband David Eisenhower). Great-granddaughter, great-granddaughter, of the former U.S. president Dwight Eisenhower, and granddaughter of former U.S. president Richard Nixon.
English-Canadian producer and DJ
Finnish ski jumper
Actor and singer from the Philippines
Australian NRL player
Franco-American canoeist in slalom who has been competing since the late 1990s. Fabien was a French canoeist until 2013, when he became a permanent American resident. He competed in two Summer Olympics and won two medals in K-1 with a silver in 2008, and a bronze 2004.
French-born Algerian footballer
English keyboardist (DragonForce)
Taiwanese actress and singer (S.H.E.)
New Zealand murder victim (d. 1987)
American screenwriter and producer of actresses
Finnish player in ice hockey
Canadian producer and singer-songwriter
Famous birthdays on June 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Japanese singer and actress with a Japanese voice
Singer-songwriter and actress from Hong Kong
Chinese table tennis player
American country singer
American actor best known for his role as Kyle Julian in the American soap opera General Hospital: Night Shift. For the second season, he was Dr. Leo Julian's younger brother.
French and Moroccan comedian, producer, director, and screenwriter.
Belgian actress. She began her acting career in 1991 in "My father, the hero", alongside GA(c)rard Depardieu). She was awarded "Le Prix Romy Schneider" in 1996.
Canadian ice hockey player
Manager and footballer from Italy
Italian artist and dancer, who was born without arms. She uses her feet to draw and write, as well as perform all other daily tasks.
Russian coach and fencer (d. 2015).
Turkish actor and tenor
Actor (Webster Night Court, Actor)
Wide receiver (New Orleans Saints)
French actress, daughter GA(c)rard Depardieu (A%0lisabeth Depardieu) and sister to the late Guillaume DepardieuaEUR", all of whom are also actors in film. She is half-sister Roxane's half-brother Jean's paternal half-sibling.
American critic and author
Gavin Wanganeen Australian coach and footballer
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
South African composer and actor
Estonian pianist and conductor
Model and actress from Israel
Kladno, Czechoslovakia -- Hockey forward (Team Czech Rep)
American child actor. He started acting at age nine in 1/30/1980. He appeared in numerous commercials and worked on several series. His roles included "Trapper John MD," "Taxi", and "Different Strokes."
English-Irish manager and footballer
American film and television director
French criminal. He is a repeat offenders with convictions for theft and ram-raiding as well as burglary and receiving stolen goods. He also has hit and run convictions and was able to escape from prison. He learned to be a welder, and metalworker during one of his prison stints.
French djihadist of algerian origin. He was linked to other European groups (Hamburg ...).). Officials in Pakistan captured him June 2012. He is considered to be one of the top leaders of Al-Quaeda.
Famous birthdays on June 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
French journalist and war correspondent, who covered the conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Chechnya and Chechnya. Her reputation is for her interviews and character portraits of civilians and their war experiences in print.
American journalist and author
Guard / center of the NFL (Chicago Bears and Indianapolis Colts).
Chicago, Illinois -- 3k steeplechase runner
The young Canadian figure skater, who was born in Alberta and won the Men's World Figure Skating Championship in Spring 1989. On 3/16/1989, he performed in Paris his Gold Medal-winning exhibition. Browning's skating is electric. He was the first competitor to perform the quadruple-axel in competition.
Minneapolis, Minnesota -- The Marathoner (1996 Olympics).
Bahamian high jumper
French judoka, 1989 world champion and 1992 olympic champion
American baseball player. Second baseman for the Cleveland Indians.
Chemainus, British Columbia -- NHL defenseman (Team Canada, San Jose)
Grayling, Michigan -- Tennis star (1993 French Open doubles)
American model and actress
Canadian-British actress and dancer. From March 1985 to May 1998, she played Mary Smith, a shady punk in BBC's series "EastEnders". In the late 1990s, she quit acting to get into corporate life. She took on digital media jobs for Channel 4 and BBC. Later, she became director of business strategy at Discovery Communications.
French postmodern novelist. He won numerous awards for his novels, including "La Na(c]buleuse du Crabe" 1993, which was awarded the FA(c]nA(c]on Prize for Literature.
American author and publicist (d. 2013).
Saddam Hussein's son, an Iraqi politician (Born 1964).
Saigon, Vietnam -- 141 pounds US weightlifter (1996 Olympics).
French notable family, the son Roger Vadim & Catherine Deneuve
American keyboard player, songwriter, and actor (Guns N’ Roses and Johnny Crash).
French-Serbian entrepreneur, he was charged with the construction of a cement plant in Mali. Philippe Verdon, his unwell colleague, was taken hostage in November 2011. He was executed in 2013.
NFL tackle (Cin Bengals)
American athlete, pro football, plays defensive end. Smith was drafted in 1985 by the Buffalo Bills and retired from the National Football League after the 2003 season. Smith had been a player for 19 seasons, and had participated in four Super Bowl games. All of these losses were his.
American academic and physicist
British singer and recording artist. Her peak success in the UK lasted from May 1982 to June 1983, when her music reached the top charts. Although she was not able to sing beyond pop songs, the public didn't accept her as a singer.
Venezuelan-American baseball player
American producer and singer (Stryper SinDizzy, Bloodgood)
Canadian news anchor
American producer and director
Famous birthdays on June 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American wrestler and Ku Klux Klan leader (d.2014)
German politician and jurist Federal Minister for Special Affairs of Germany
Actress (Young & the Restless, Tina One Life to Live)
Manager and footballer from Spain
American academic and author
Winchester, Virginia -- Actor (Dream On, Gangster Chronicles)
English conductor and organist (d. 2015).
American tallest woman (Born in 1955)
Canadian politician and lawyer Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs
French disco singer, known for her hit single "Do it for me" in 1976. As an actress, she was offered some minor roles and Adriano Celentano directed her in Italy.
American father to Stephani Gladu, who was artificially inseminated with his sperm but without his consent. He paid child support but was sued by the Massachusetts county court and awarded him more $100,000 on January 30, 2004. Gladu stated that he was being treated for major depression ever since the birth of his daughter StephaniaEUR(tm). He said he loved his …
Face To Face rock drummer
US guitarist (KC & the Sunshine Band - Boogie Shoes).
Estonian radio host
Ukrainian mountaineer (Born 1953)
English teacher and pianist
English choreographer and dancer
Ingrid Bergman, a noted Italian-American family, is the daughter of Roberto Rossellini and Isotta Rossellini. She weighed 7 lbs 3 Oz and her twin sister, Isotta, 3 oz respectively. She was a beautiful young woman who became a model for LancA'me Cosmetics, earning a contract worth $2 million. After promoting LancA'me for over a decade, her face was featured on …
Ingrid Bergman was the second-born of her fraternal twin sisters. She is an Italian-American notable family. Her twin sister Isabella, and she weighed in at 8 lbs 5oz. 7, 3 oz. Their brother Robertino, and their four half-siblings were their parents. The twins are not very similar. Isotta, later going by Ingrid as her middle name, was not interested in …
American actress of TV and film who won Emmys for her role on the beloved TV series "Taxi" as well as an Oscar nomination for "Hester Street", her fourth film. Kane, a petite 5'2" woman with flawless skin and wavy hair, has an unusual appearance. Kane is a charter member in The Company, which is a group that consists of …
Man South Korean entertainment executive
Canadian ice hockey player
Ohio, USA; actress ("Dog Day Afternoon", Simka - Taxi).
Louisiana, United States -- Stunt Coorindator (Licence to Kill).
Estonian politician and physician Estonian Minister for Social Affairs
S.M. was founded by a South Korean businessman and singer. Entertainment
Italian singer. Antonio and Salvatore Bella, her brothers, are well-known musicians. Gianni Bella, her brother and singer-songwriter, has also composed many songs for her.
Dutch TV host (Playback show)
English-Welsh academic and journalist
French entrepreneur, vice-president of MEDEF (the French union of employers). Guillaume Sarkozy, the elder brother of Nicolas Sarkozy, is the French president.
Kuwaiti politician and journalist
French literature teacher and author of novels and books, including "L'Histoire de France pour les Nuls", 2004.
American politician and lawyer 28th United States Secretary for Agriculture
Welsh producer and drummer (d. 2014).
German DR, 100m Hitchr (1972 Olympics – Gold Medalist).
Scottish singer-songwriter/guitarist (Doll By Doll) (d. 2011.
Famous birthdays on June 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
He is a Polish twin and was elected as the country's president in October 2005. After a long career in politics, including a stint in Warsaw Mayor, he has been in office since then.
Polish politician and lawyer 13th Prime Minister of Poland
American illustrator and author
Jamaican singer-songwriter "The Tartans" (d. 1999).
Polish politician and lawyer, 4th President of Poland (d.2010).
From July 2005 to November 2006, he was a Polish politician and Prime Minister. His twin brother and sister, who were President, appointed him to the position. Jaroslaw was not elected to the post at the conclusion of his term.
Jamaican musician (d. 1999)
French artisan who creates and manufactures luxury eyewear for Maison Bonnet.
Publisher / editor
Israeli wrestler (d. 1972)
Hungarian operatic soprano
Australian actress, writer, director and actor who has performed in 18 stage productions, including "Kold Komfort Kaffre" 1978, "Tonight Lola Blau" 1979, "The Pack of Women 1981" and "A Star is Born 1982". Archer is a world-renowned interpreter of Weill and Brecht, and her lyrics reflect a strong social/political conscience.
Rocker (Back To Fruit Tree)
French actor, writer, producer, director and scriptwriter. He began his career in engineering for the French navy before he switched to acting. His first film was Deux hommes dans la ville (1973), his first as a director was 1987. He also wrote the text for books of photography and published children's stories (Contes d'Humahuaca 2002) as well as several novels. …
Toronto, Ontario -- Actress. (Tara-Avengers. Julia-1 Life to Live).
French politician and member of the Senate of France. She is a member the Communist, Republican and Citizen Group.
An Italian athlete and ex-soccer player from Milan, he is now a Nationals player. He was a substitute for Liedholm and commanded the substitute squadron for several months.
English singer and actress
English journalist and author
American professional wrestler (born 1946).
American kidnapper and murderer of Mary Lou Arruda, 15, who disappeared on 9/09/1978 at 4:00 PM. The body of the girl was discovered tied to a tree on 11/11/1978. Kater was convicted for her murder on 6/22/1979, but the trial was overturned by improperly obtained evidence from an eye witness. This was obtained under hypnosis. He was again found guilty …
American actress of minor stature for 25 years, with the stage name MaryEllen Christie. She was working as a commercial actress in January 1992, and had just completed a few days of Billy Crystal's current movie.
French sommelier, first woman to be awarded the 'Best Sommier of France' award in 1978
Italian actress and singer
Belgian pastry chef and known for being one of the top in his field, was awarded the "Golden Key", which is a certificate of recognition for his outstanding black chocolate from Columbia.
The Archbishop of Bourges, a French Catholic priest.
Actor (Dr Upton, Dr in the House Mind Your Language).
Italian TV presenter
Italian singer, dancer in clubs and shows. A minor, but versatile actress. Carra graduated from the Experimental Film Centre, Rome after she had attended the School of Dance of JiaRuskajo. She has appeared in more than 20 films and hosted a Spanish-language show on the network. In addition to writing eight childrenaEUR(tm), she has also written a recipe book and …
British musician, best known for being part of the legendary group "The Beatles". The group set world records for sales in 1961 and sold over 100 million albums by 1977. McCartney and the other "Fab Four" were dubbed Members of the Order of the British Empire in 1965. This is one step below knighthood. After selling out sold-out tours around …
Australian international TV and film star. He was originally trained in production and directed, but found himself more at home in front of the camera. His most prominent role was his appearance in "Space 1999", which aired in September 1976 in England. Tate returned to Australia in 1982, and he broke into television and film with a notable performance in …
American screenwriter and journalist (d. 2013).
South African politician, elected president 6/16/1999. He was the eldest child of four children. He hoped to become a teacher, but he was expelled from school for joining a strike. In 1959, he completed his private education. Mbeki travelled to England in 1961 to study Economics at the University of London. He earned his B.A. 1965, and his M.A. 1965, …
English illustrator and author
American producer and bass player (Delaney & Bonnie and Derek and the Dominos). (d. 1980).
Scottish academic and painter (d. 2013).
Dutch conductor (Born 1942).
Illinois, USA. Film critic (Siskel & Ebert at The Movies).
South African economist / 1st vice president (1994-)
French soccer manager. He succeeded AimA(c), Jacquet as head of the French team. The "Blues" won the European championships 2000. He then coached African soccer teams.
English screenwriter and director
English television presenter and cook
Italian mountain climber of international fame. He was so skilled that he was called "the spider from Patagonia". Many of FerrariaEUR(tm), his early climbing expeditions were in the Alps, where he was first to complete many of the ascents now used by other climbers. On 1/13/1974, he and his climbing partners Conti, Chiappa, and Negri made the undisputed first complete …
Prison warden (Gartree Prison, UK)
Staten Island, New York -- PGA golfer (1991 Mazda Senior Players)
British actor (d. 2005).
Famous birthdays on June 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
She is a transvestite from Vietnam and possibly transsexual. She began her career as an actress and model under the name Amanda Lear. Since then, she has been a successful singer and dancer, entertainer and stage actress, as well as a TV host in Italy. She lived in London with David Bowie (1972-1974).
Former baseball stolen base leader (St. Louis Cardinals).
American politician and businessman
French Canadian journalist, author and historian
American artist. His Santa Fe, New Mexico representational paintings have earned him a good reputation and sold well.
Australian coach and footballer
British actor (Born 1940).
Dutch MP (PvdA)
He is a politician and family leader from America. He was a Democrat who served as a senator for West Virginia starting in 1985.
American basketball coach. He is the current NBA coach for Los Angeles Lakers. He was the former head coach of the Houston Rockets, Milwaukee Bucks, and other teams.
US actress/director (National Black Theatre Company).
Canadian archaeologist, anthropologist, and historian (d. 2006).
Ukrainian astronaut and colonel engineer
French geophysicist, well-known for his detailed model of plate tectonics (1968).
United States -- Author (Perfectionists, Odd Woman)
American football player
USSR -- Cosmonaut (Soyuz 21)
(Sen-D-West Virginia, 1985- )
French film actor, screenwriter, and producer. He was born to a Tunisian jewish father. He had been a machinist and decided to become a playwright when he met Anthony Quinn at a studio. Pierre Richard was his first partner in him, and he started performing cabarets. He is most well-known for his role as Marie-Christine Barrault's "Cousin, Cousine". He also …
Surinamese politician, 6th President of Suriname
New Zealand's Formula One world champion 1967 (Born 1936).
He is a British-born screenwriter and producer who has worked in four different countries. He created his first TV series, "Smalltime," in Sydney, Australia at the age of 23. He combined his love of Dr. Seuss books and his jazz band to create this series. He moved to Canada and created and wrote "Nightcap," a late-night series. This got him …
President Suriname (1991- )
American CEO of Nation's Bank. McCall and Jerry Richardson, the head of the Panthers football club, created a six-year loan to fund the establishment of the NFL team.
Japanese illustrator and author (d. 2004).
France sport Champion
Deputy supreme all-allied commander (Europe).
Secretary-General (Federation of British Artists).
US singer (Flamingos-Lovers Never Say Goodbye)
Switzerland -- 4-man Bobsled (1972 Olympics, Gold Medalist).
American chemist at Harvard University. He was awarded the 1986 Nobel Prize in Chemistry in Chemistry together with Yuan T. Lee, John C. Polanyi, "for their contributions to the dynamics of chemical element processes."
English poet and academic
American professional writer, Astrologer, and translator for English of French texts. The Selected Letters of Antonin Artaud, which she translated, was a finalist in the National Book Award. In 1968, she began studying astrology with Zoltan Mason, then with Richard Idemon. She is the co-author and general editor of The Larousse Encyclopedia of Astrology. This Encyclopedia was translated and revised …
TV / movie producer
Brazilian politician, Secretary of Treasury and Economy 1994. Previously a Senator. His powerful Plano Real was enacted, which changed the currency and brought down inflation to one-digit per month. This gave him the opportunity to become Brazil's next President. He was a left-leaning sociologist but of middle-class background and showed an active interest in the wishes for the people.
British broadcaster / Cookbook author
French female impersonator, owner and operator of an amusing and fashionable dinner cabaret in Paris. ‘’Mister Michou’’ parodies females past and present, from Piaf to Madonna.
Dutch TV producer, entrepreneur, and researcher.
Famous birthdays on June 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
German philosopher and sociologist
Medal of Honor recipient, Hungarian-American soldier (d. 2015).
American businesswoman and philanthropist (d.2015)
French film critic and writer. He founded the 1952 mimeographed magazine SA(c)quences with Roger Tailleur, Michel Perez and Michel Perez. Louis Seguin was a major contributor to Positif, a French movie magazine. He also served on the editorial board of Positif from 1953 to 1978. On the 9th of January 2008, he died.
Hungarian actress, who appeared in 38 films and was on-screen since 1952. After three years of studying with the Pak Subuh sect, she gave up her career and began teaching it at a school she established in Honolulu. She was once married to Curt Jergens.
Editor (London News Publications).
Brazilian entrepreneur who founded Lacta, Brazil's equivalent of Hershey's. Lacta is the producer of "Sonho de Valsa", (Waltzing Dream), and "Ouro Branco," (White Gold), which are considered to be some of the best bonbons in the world.
German social theorist and the most prominent representative of the second generation at the Frankfurt School. He was Professor of Philosophy at Frankfurt from 1961 to 1964. His main works "Theory and Practice" 1973 and "Knowledge and Human Interests" 1971 show a radical anti-positivist critique on human knowledge.
American scientist (d. 2006).
American academic and geneticist (d. 2006).
France sport Champion
Screenwriter and actor from Australia
NYC, New York -- Actress (3 Coins in a Fountain Cardinal)
Hungarian-English actress (d. 1998)
CEO (Cooperative Wholesale Society).
Historian / teacher
Actor Jim Hacker, who died at 68
American journalist, novelist and journalist. He earned his reputation as a columnist for newspapers with his coverage on the death of President John F. Kennedy at the New York Times. He was appointed the Washington Bureau Chief of the newspaper on September 1, 1964.
British ambassador (Uruguay)
American author and businessman (d. 2001).
American scientist and astronomer who proposed the idea of a universe that is constantly expanding and contracting. His research led to his conclusion that the universe was at most 25 billion years old, and had gone through periods of 80 billion year. Sandage was the Mt. Wilson Observatory 1952. He moved to Santa Barbara 1952-1956 and became the staff astronomer …
From 1952 to 1974, he was a French producer at Radiodiffusion TA (c)lA (c)vision FranASSaise. He was also one of the most prominent practitioners of Eastern religions in France. His television documentaries featured many spiritual traditions, including Zen, Tibetan Buddhism, Zen, Hinduism, and Sufism in Afghanistan.
American composer and educator
Blues guitarist / singer
Writer / publisher
American actor and singer (d.2008)
Washington, USA. Actor (12 O'Clock High Just For You).
American basketball player. He was a center for the Chicago Bears of NBL but most notably for the Minnesota Lakers. At 6 feet 10 inches, he was the archetypal professional basketball star. Mikan won seven Championships across three leagues: Hall of Fame, NBA 35th, 25th, and 50th Anniversary All Time Team. Mikan was shy and awkward at first, but he …
American novelist who wrote about rural Texas family life in small-town Texas.
French biographer, writer and author of pastiches.
Feminist / Wife of Joop den Uyl
German writer and director.
New Zealand astronomer. He is best known for his role as the host of "The Night Sky", New Zealand's longest-running television program. He was past president of R.A.S.N.Z. and Director of the Lunar and Planetary Section. He also won the Murray Geddes prize in 1966.
Dutch violist / concert master
French historian who specializes in Catholic church history. He is the author of many books on the topic. He was the CollA"ge de France's Chair of the History of Religious Mentalities (1975aEUR"1994). He is currently an emeritus professor and a member of AcadA(c]mie des inscriptions et Belles-lettres.
Actress from Australia (d. 2016).
French educator and pianist (d. 2004).
American Astrologer, Lecturer, Writer and Bon vivant. He was a practicing pro-astrologer since 1958. In 1971, he married Doris Chase Doane, his first and third marriage.
NYC, New York -- Japanese translator/critic
American mobster (d. 2012)
Flemish writer (Furious Jesus Christ)
Belgian academic and author
English actor and singer (d.2010)
Famous birthdays on June 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Estonian screenwriter and actor (d. 1995).
Historian / neurologist
Brooklyn, New York -- Actor (Faraway Hill)
Italian-American economist, author of essays and books on economics. Modigliani came to America to study in 1939. He remained there until 1944, where he taught at American universities. He became a consultant for the U.S. Treasury Dept in 1962 and remained there until 1972. He was awarded the Economics Nobel Prize on 16 October 1985.
West Prussian-born English motor racing mechanic and race car builder (d. 1983).
American chemist and Nobel Prize laureate in academic Chemistry (d. 2013).
American actor, best known for his role as Paladin, the gun-fighter and cultured Paladin in "Have Gun, Will Travel" (1958-1960). After serving in the U.S. Navy during WW II, he joined Actor's Studio New York. He was tall and slender and was an accomplished prizefighter. He was well-suited for action movies, where he played either no-nonsense heroes and vicious killers. …
Danish painter, illustrator (d.2008)
English snooker player (d. 2002).
German entrepreneur. He and his brother Karl started the production of packaged ice-cream in 1937. He died 23 June 2004, Nuremberg.
Actor / TV panelist (Masquerade Party)
Colombian politician (d. 2005)
Lawyer and politician from Colombia, 25th President of Colombia (d.2005).
American merchandise marketer and CEO at Claires Stores. This small, popular retail outlet specializes in jewelry, accessories. There are over 1,000 locations across the U.S. Schaefer enjoys fishing from his 60-foot yacht.
American oil field firefighter (Born in 1915).
American author (d. 2002)
German screenwriter and film director, who directed 24 films from 1954 to 1976.
Boulogne sur Mer Military man
American military. He was a career Air Force pilot who rose to the rank three-star Lieutenant General. He flew over 200 combat missions in three wars: WWII, Korea, and Vietnam. Three Distinguished Service Medals and three Legions of Merit were among his numerous medals. He also received the Silver Star, Bronze Star, and Purple Heart for his injuries at Pearl …
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Mexican poet (d.1982)
American economist and writer. When her mother lost all her savings in the 1929 stock market crash, she switched her college major to economics. She wanted to understand why. She was 19 when she began writing a column in a magazine about the stock market. S.F. was a name that has been cherished by more than 40 million people. Porter …
Italian Astrologer, Newspaper Columnist, and well-known through articles in astrological journal.
American winemaker and philanthropist (d.2008)
American composer and pianist (d. 1993).
Canadian soldier and surgeon (d.2005)
Actor and decathlete from America (d. 1974).
Berlin, Germany -- Actor (Drums Of Fu Manchu).
Missouri, United States -- Olympic champion / actor (Tarzan)
Toulouse Military man
Marseille Military man
French military officer during World War II, a member the Resistance (a.k.a Vincent Cou, Coulanges or Derdon), and senior official.
Flemington (New Jersey) -- Actor (OK Crackerby).
American singer drummer and bandleader (Glenn Miller Orchestra) (d. 1995)
Actor/dancer (Roots Next Generation), who dies from cancer at 73
Famous birthdays on June 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
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American actress (Born in 1908)
Television host (Beat The Clock, To Tell The Truth) dies at the age of 61.
American-Canadian politician and academic (d. 1997).
Belgium sport Champion
Portuguese painter (Infinite Passage)
Russian writer (Born in 1907)
German-Swiss metaphysicist, philosopher, and author of many books on religions and spirituality. Schuon was a spiritual teacher and leader at the Traditionalist School through his many articles and books. Schuon died in Bloomington, Indiana on May 5, 1998.
American architect and designer (Born in 1907)
Wisconsin, United States -- Quiz moderator ("What in the World")
Pennsylvania, USA; pianist (Billy Daniels show).
French Catholic priest, Bishop who died 18 December 1995.
Boatbuilder / writer
Estonian composer and conductor (d.82)
French composer and conductor, who held top positions in American and French musical organizations. Many contemporary composers were friends with him. He is best remembered for orchestrating the ballet score GaA(r]tA(c), Parisienne, from piano scores of Offenbach operettas and for his recordings as an conductor.
Canton, China -- Actor. (Across the Pacific Yangtse Incident).
French legionnaire awarded the title of Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English : Companion to the Liberation).
American singer and actress (d. 1965).
French writer. At 15, Radiguet met Jean Cocteau who became his lover and mentor, teaching him the labour of writing and sequestering him so he would complete his work on the novel aEUR~aEUR(tm)Le Diable au Corps.aEUR(tm)aEUR(tm) Their love affair was stormy and he declared, aEUR~aEUR(tm)I donaEUR(tm)t want to be called Mrs. Cocteau.aEUR(tm)aEUR(tm) Obsessed by a life that he felt would …
American composer and leader of orchestras, such as the "Manhattan Serenade"
Maysville, Kentucky -- Actor. Applause Fast & Loose
Sadistic Dutch police officer, SD member and Waffen SS member. Responsible for the arrest of approximately 10.000 Jewish civilians during the Nazi regime. Very few people survived the East's concentration camps.
Finnish decathlete (d. 1980)
Scottish law enforcement officer, Inspector of Constabulary Scotland in 1958. He was married and had three children.
Anastasia Nicolaievna Romanova, Russia (d. 1918).
British theatre actor (Invisible Creature).
Orchestra leader (Sonny and Cher).
Russian royalty, third child of Czar Nicholas Alexandra and Czarina Alexandra. For years, it was believed that she escaped execution of her entire family on the 7/16/1918. The Soviet Government announced in 6/1980 that the remains of the Romanov family had been discovered in the 1970s and the destruction of Ipatiev house, which was the location where they were killed.
Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia (d. 1918)
American actress and singer who made her stage debut in 1920. She also sang on a European tour singing opera. Nelson Eddy, her husband, was her MGM co-star in 1935's "Naughty Marietta," one of many romantic musicals that they produced together. Gene Raymond, her husband, was a popular film star from 1929 to 1949. He also starred in several films.