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

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2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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

  • Alexei Yagudin is a retired Russian figure skater known for his powerful and dynamic performances on the ice.

  • French footballer who plays in Bursaspor's Turkish SA 1/4 per LIg as a goalkeeper

  • Sophia Myles

    Sophia Myles is an English actress known for her roles in films such as 'Underworld' and 'Tristan & Isolde'.

  • Ukrainian-Crimean politician and lawyer

  • French footballer

1979 - 1970

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

  • He was a French football player who played for the national French team (world Cup 2006) as well as for Bayern MA 1/4 nich. He was a defender and was known as "Flankengott" (German). He retired and became the controversial coach of "Girondins De Bordeaux", referring to his speech on black African players.

  • Slovak ice hockey player

  • American singer

  • English footballer and sportscaster

  • American baseball player

  • American football player and quarterback for the Buffalo Bills. Johnson was initially signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars in 1996 after being selected in the fourth round. Johnson had three years of experience with Jacksonville and was then signed by the Bills in 2/13/1998. Johnson is primarily a backup quarterback. He was the backup quarterback for Mark Brunell in Jacksonville. In …

  • Australian blogger and author

  • American screenwriter and actress with American voices

  • NFL cornerback (Buffalo Bills).


1969 - 1960

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

  • Miguel Herrera is a Mexican football coach known for his passionate and animated coaching style, as well as leading the Mexican national team in the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

  • French actress, painter, and sculptor. She was a former model and lived in New-York for a while with Carla Bruni, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi. This helped her become an actress.

  • French athlete, 7 times French Karate Champion, 5 times European Champion, and winner of the World Cup & World Championship 1995.

  • Japanese voice actor

  • Tamer Hassan

    Tamer Hassan is a British actor known for his roles in films such as The Football Factory and Eastern Promises.

  • Belgian-born French TV presenter, actor, and producer. His work has been a major contribution to the field for over 20 years. His exceptional creativity and demonstrated talent in the field have earned him wide recognition. His accomplishments were marked by his nomination for the 7 daEUR(tm), Or award (equivalent to an Emmy Award here in the United States) as Best …

  • American baseball player.

  • Basketball Player

  • Musician

  • Football Player

  • American actress, singer, beauty queen

  • American guitarist (Cinderella & Naked Beggars).

  • Vanessa Williams

    American singer, actress and beauty contest winner. She entered the Miss New York contest in 1983. Then she moved on to the Miss America contest the next year. She was a beautiful woman with blonde hair and glowing green eyes. She was deposed after Penthouse magazine published photos of her nude

  • New York, USA: First black Miss America (1984), singer ("Colors of the Wind"), actress (Eraser).

  • English cricketer


1959 - 1950

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

  • Luc Besson

    French director of "The Big Blue," Jacques Mayol's story about Jacques Mayol (a champion skin-diver who was also known as the "human dolphin"). His next film was "Nikita."

  • Irene Cara

    American singer, actress, and composer. She had a 18-year career before she turned 25. For her hit song Flashdance, Cara was awarded a Golden Globe and an Oscar. . . . It's a wonderful feeling. Her films include "Fame," 1980, and "City Heat," 1985.

  • New York City, New York, USA; actress/singer (Fame, DC Cab, Certain Fury).

  • Hungarian bass player (PokolgA(c)p)

  • Stockholm, Sweden -- Physicist/Astronaut (Mir backup).

  • Politician

  • German footballer

  • vocalist/guitarist (Midnight Star - "No Parking").

  • Brad Dourif

    Brad Dourif is a highly respected character actor known for his intense and versatile performances in films such as 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' and as the voice of Chucky in the 'Child's Play' franchise.

  • American educator and conductor

  • American athlete

  • Eiji Okuda

    Japanese film director and actor

  • New York, USA; conductor (Cincinnati May Festival-1979).

1949 - 1940

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

  • American healer and mystic, who founded a healing center in Glendale (CA). After a spiritual awakening, she was able to see auras and heal. Bruyere has given lectures and been tested by Valery Hunter. She served as an advisor on the film "The Resurrection."

  • French actor who won the 1989 CA(c]sar Award for Best Actor In a Supporting Role. He starred in the film La Lectrice, directed by Michel Deville.

  • French racing driver

  • English race car driver

  • French race car driver

  • Brazilian politician with a psychology background. She was previously a Governor candidate and a Federal Representative for the SP province. Although she comes from an aristocratic family and is the attractive wife of Senator, she represents the Partido dos Trabalhadores (Worker's Party). Her return to the race for Sao Paulo Mayor is favorable. The final vote against Paula Maluf (an …

  • American radio host; adopted child of Jane Wyman and Ronald Reagan

  • USSR -- Bantam Weight (1964 Olympics – Gold Medalist).

  • Canadian actress and novelist

  • Scottish producer and pianist (The Alan Parsons Project), singer-songwriter from Scotland (d. 2009).

  • Italian comedian and musical manager for rock star Vasco Rosi. Rovelli lost his father when he was just 15. He is a curious character. His reports of credulity, which he claims stretch credulity, have made him surrounded with confusion. He was an Italian anarchist at the Fontana massacres. After he confessed to being an informant of police in the 1970s …

  • Israeli politician and general 22nd Transportation Minister of Israel (d.2012).

  • Professional French road bike racer. Izier won the stage 22A of 1968 Tour de France.

  • French table tennis champion, who won a silver medal in the mixed doubles competition of the World Championship in 1977.

  • Dick Smith Electronics was founded by an Australian businessman and publisher.

  • Arlette Laguiller is a French politician known for being the spokesperson and presidential candidate for the Trotskyist political party Workers' Struggle (LO).

  • Race horse trainer

  • French opera director who led the Grand ThA (c)AC/tre in Geneva, and the Paris Opera.

  • Hungarian academic and geographer (d. 2013).

  • Paris 4éme Politician

1939 - 1930

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

  • Former English footballer and manager

  • British entertainer

  • Country Singer

  • He is an actor in Indian films and a film producer. He was also a Hindi film director and assistant director. He is part of the Kapoor clan, which is India's Bollywood film dynasty. He is the younger brother to Raj Kapoor (and Shammi Kapoor), and the son of Prithviraj Kapoor who was the widower of Jennifer Kendal and the …

  • Machiko Soga

    Japanese actress and voice actor (d. 2006).

  • Francois Gragnon (20 January 1974 - 25 February 1985) and Jackie Feret (6 July 2002) were married to French dancers.

  • Mississippi, USA. Country singer ("Just Between You And Me", “Sweet Country”).

  • German cyclist, 1966 world champion.

  • American Astrologer, who studied as a hobby in 1967 and has never stopped. She was always interested in psychology, occult, and astrology, particularly the Uranian discipline that predicts future trends.

  • American race car driver and engineer (Born in 1937).

  • Frederik de Klerk was a South African politician who served as the country's State President from 1989 to 1994. He is mostly known for his role in ending apartheid and for negotiating with Nelson Mandela to bring about the country's transition to majority rule.

  • South African politician and lawyer, 2nd State President South Africa Nobel Prize laureate

  • Pavle Despalj is a Croatian composer known for his contributions to contemporary classical music.

  • Italian-Canadian politician (d. 1997)

  • American banker and business executive. He graduated from Yale University and worked in investment banking. He was appointed general manager of Western American in 1967 by four banks. In the 1970s, he was elected president and chief operating officers of Occidental Petroleum. He was fired in 1979.

  • English footballer and manager (d. 1983).

  • American singer, guitarist and baseball player. Pride is one of the world's top 15 record sellers, having sold more than 20,000,000 LPs and five millions singles. He has won three Grammies, and was named Country Music Association's "Entertainer-of-the Year". His musical career began as the country's first black superstar in 1963. He sold more records than Elvis Presley between 1996 …

  • American operations manager and CEO at GlenFed, an American savings and loan company. Coulson holds a BS in Management and a MBA in Management. He also enjoys a round of golf at leisure.

  • American politician and activist

  • Danish Astrologer, married with Paul Mahler Dam and has 2 children.

  • John Updike

    American author, prolific novelist, and perfectionist. His books include "Couples," 1968, and "Run Rabbit, Run," 1962. He also wrote "Centaur," 1963, which is a story about Chiron. He is a dedicated craftsman and was awarded the National Book Award for Fiction on 4/12/1982.

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  • de Klerk; President, South Africa (1989-1994).

  • Japanese singer (Born 1932)


1929 - 1920

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

  • Fidel V Ramos is a Filipino politician and retired general who served as the 12th President of the Philippines from 1992 to 1998.

  • An Australian-French artist, she was admired by the public as a Melbourne painter and sculptor of textiles. Her unconventional autobiography, "Wicked but Virtuous," was published in October 2000. It is a delightfully quirky and candid account of Mirka's life. It celebrates her bohemian existence and joie de vivre.

  • Spanish cyclist (d.2013)

  • Ramos; President (Philippines).

  • Filipino General, head of the military and loyal aide to President Aquino. He helped defeat Ferdinand Marcos. Although not an inspiring leader, he is committed to the democratic process.

  • George Plimpton

    American journalist, writer and entertainer. His books, "Paper Lion" & "Shadow Box", are about the challenges faced by sports professionals. He is also a popular speaker.

  • Italian politician, judge, and minister. He graduated in jurisprudence from 21 years old and became a magistrate, then a judge at 23. He was a minister in the Fanfani government and was then admitted to the Council of State, where he became the President of a section. He entered the study of Constitutional Court at the age of 27 and …

  • American astrologer. She was awarded an all-expense trip to the British Astrological Conference, New York, England. Her winning ticket was selected at 13:53 EDT on June 26, 1983 in New York City. This was her first trip abroad.

  • Composer (Cabaret, Funny Lady, Kramer vs. Kramer)

  • New York, USA. Sports writer (Paper Lion). (Dies 2003).

  • Peter Graves

    Peter Graves was an American actor known for his role as Jim Phelps in the television series Mission: Impossible.

  • Minnesota; actor (James Phelps - Mission Impossible).

  • American musician, athlete, announcer, and radio host. He was a USAF member for two years before he entered Hollywood TV and movies. He was tall, handsome, and muscular, with a calm, commanding voice. He played tough, but understood good men. Many of his roles were often Westerns. Also, "Stalag 17," "A Rage to Live," as well as "The Ballet of …

  • American football linebacker and coach. He was a UCLA student and All-Coast center member 1946-1947. He also played in the 1947 Rose Bowl. He was a member of the L.A. Rams from 1948-1955, and was the "Dirtiest player in the League." Paul was a participant in four Super Bowl and three Pro Bowl games. In 1959, Paul was appointed assistant …

  • English judge and journalist (d. 2010).

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  • Riencourt lez Cagn physician

  • Danish astrologer.

  • Shelby Military man

  • American football guard who spent one season playing for the Detroit Lions in the National Football League. He attended Herbert Hoover High School, San Diego, California and played college football at United States Naval Academy. In 1944, he was unanimously named All-American. He passed away on March 6, 1998.

  • American motorsports entrepreneur

  • American sociologist and academic (d. 2006).

  • American activist who co-founded Southern Christian Leadership Conference (d.2011).

  • German politician and journalist Federal Minister for Special Affairs of Germany (d.2015)


1919 - 1910

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

  • French executive who was CEO of L'OrA (c)al from 1957 to 1984.

  • With his brother AndrA(c), he founded the vocalist and humoristic group "Les frA"res Jacques".

  • American baseball player (d. 1968).

  • American pioneer in the commercialization and use of solar thermal energy in America. Northrup's company was inspired by Dr. Maria Telkes, Professor John Yellott and Harry Tabor. They designed, patented and produced some of the most innovative solar water heaters, air conditioners, power towers, photovoltaic hybrid systems and solar power towers in America. He founded the company, which was later …

  • American sportswriter (Born 1918).

  • Louis Toebosch is a Dutch composer known for his contributions to contemporary classical music.

  • Puerto Rico's first professional right-handed baseball pitcher.

  • French detective and espionage novelist. He was also known by the pen names Serge Laforest and Russ Rasher, as well as John-Lee Silver (a collective pseudonym that he shares with Pierre Ayraud, LA(c)o Malet).

  • Netherlands sport Champion

  • Montmerle physician

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  • Naval officer museum curator.

  • Composer and conductor of the Brazilian violin (d. 1993).

  • Peixe composer.

  • French cinematographer who made short films and moved into production by 1936. He was the son of an architect and studied architecture before turning his attention to photography and cameras.

  • German pilot and colonel (d. 1941).

  • Mountaineer / author

  • Bordeaux, France -- Director / writer (Is Paris Burning)

  • German U-Boat commander


1909 - 1900

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

  • American multimillionaire, entrepreneur, and vintner.

  • English illustrator and author (d. 2004).

  • American political family. The second son of Franklin Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt, who only lived a few months.

  • French songwriter. He began his career as a guitarist with Ray Venura's orchestra. Later, he moved to songwriting and authored over a thousand songs for Yves Montant and Jacques Pills, along with other artists. His music ranges from romantic ballads, to bouncy hits like "How Much Is That Doggie in the Window." His "Battling Joe" was always associated to Yves …

  • songwriter.

  • Dutch writer, journalist, and painter.

  • French teacher, Professor of History. He was a member both of the Communist Party (later known as the Socialist Party) and the SFIO (later the Socialist Party). He was arrested by the Gestapo in October 1943 and released in 1945.

  • Johnson US Admiral (WWII - Pacific Ocean).

  • Italian journalist and politician Italian Minister for Foreign Affairs (d. 1944).

  • Italy Military man

  • Italian politician and son-in law of Benito Mussolini. He was also Minister of Foreign Affairs between June 1936 and February 1943. He initially supported the Rome-Berlin Axis, but he changed his mind and tried unsuccessfully to keep Italy from war.

  • Manly Palmer Hall was a Canadian-born author and mystic, best known for his work on occult and esoteric topics.

  • Piotr Perkowski was a Polish composer known for his contributions to Polish operettas and film music.

  • William Johnson

    American painter (d. 1970).

  • American artist (d. 1970).

  • American philosopher, astrologer and author of more than 100 books and essays. He is also the founder and president the Los Angeles-based "Philosophical Research Society".

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