List of celebrities and famous people who were born on November 18th
Famous birthdays on November 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901998
American notable family, the son lesbian couple Julie Cypher (and Melissa Etheridge) His parents were together for nine years. His biological mother is a 33 year-old video and film director who was once married to Lou Diamond Philips. His other mom is a well-known rock singer. Beckett, who weighed in at 9 lbs at birth, is healthy and happy.
Pakistani-British noted family member, the first child of cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan and his wife Jemima (nee Goldsmith). He is also related to Kasim Khan (b. 10 April 1999 Jemima and the boys returned to England after their parents divorce.
Japanese actress and singer (Passpo).
Thai tennis player
New Zealand singer
Famous birthdays on November 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Chinese tennis player
American comedian Dan Aykroyd's first child was born to Donna Dixon, his wife. Their second daughter, Belle Kingston Aykroyd was born in Santa Monica on 6/09/1993, and their third daughter, Stella Irene Augustus, was born 4/05/1998.
German pop singer and TV personality.
American basketball player
American soccer player
Japanese singer and actress with a Japanese voice
American fashion designer
American bassist (Avenged 7fold)
Japanese singer and dancer (Winds).
American football player
American comedian, writer and actor. He is best known for his roles as Coach and Brad Williams on the ABC comedy series Happy Endings. He starred in Let's Be Cops in 2014 and was the voice of Wasabi on Big Hero 6.
French rugby union player, from the Ivory Coast (mother), and his father is white French. Dusautoir was the captain of France at the 2011 World Cup in New-Zealand. He was also named best player. His favorite sport was judo, even though he was only 16 years old. He is a graduate chemical engineering engineer.
American singer and actress
Iranian-born American comedienne
Belgian race car driver
Japanese singer and actress with a Japanese voice
Belgian rally driver
Japanese actor and singer (V6)
American race car driver
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Thrice).
Saudi Arabian terrorist hijacker United Airlines Flight 175 (d.2001)
Famous birthdays on November 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
American baseball player (Born 1979).
Northern Irish footballer
Australian rugby player coach, sportscaster
Norwegian singer-songwriter (Dimmu Borgir Chrome Division Ov Hell and Fimbulwinter)
American voice actor
American rapper (Non-Prophets)
Tamuning, Guam -- US diver (1996 Olympics).
French homicide: the perpetrator of hate-crime. He was normally shy and reserved, and he was discharged from the military on March 3, 1995 (para-trooper unit). He joined a group that was rowdy and drinking during a National Front parade. Brahim Bouarram was a young Moroccan grocer. Michael attacked Brahim, who fell into the Seine and drowned.
British television presenter, actor
German race car driver
French slalom competitor who competed in 2000s and 1990s.
Norwegian race car driver
American actress, fashion designer and former model. Her eclectic fashion sense earned her a reputation and she developed a wide career in the fashion industry during the mid-to late 1990s. She was known for her modeling work and intern work at Sassy Magazine in New York City. This labeled her the "It Girl" of the time and brought her attention …
Oklahoma, United States -- Rocker (PC Quest-Can You See)
South African cricket wicket-keeper
Speed skater and cyclist from the Netherlands
American country music singer/songwriter
Australian 200m / 400m runner (1996 Olympics)
American poet and academic
English politician and chemist
American television news anchor
Australian actress and model
Brooklyn, New York -- Pitcher (SF Giants).
Italian comedian and singer, Franco Battiato, Vasco Rosi, Carmen Consoli, Fabio Concato. He is known for parodying famous songwriters (Carmen Consoli. Fabio Concato. Jovanotti. Gigi D’Alessio. Conjure). His jokes are based on the paradoxes in their compositional styles.
Safety (St. Louis Rams).
Swedish singer-songwriter Arch Enemy Carnage NonExists and Hearse
Japanese singer and actress
Famous birthdays on November 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Jacksonville, Florida -- Playmate October 1991
NBA Guard (New Jersey Nets, Houston Rockets).
NFL wide receiver/Kick returner (Oakland Raiders).
American actor and guitarist, singer-songwriter
Tallahassee, Florida -- Female pitcher (Silver Bullets)
American basketball player: Center, Kings
Japanese mixed martial artist and wrestler (d. 2014.)
American football player and Notre Dame's star running back, at 5'10" tall and 175 lbs. He was a sophomore flanker in 1989 and returned two kickoff returns for touchdowns.
American screenwriter, actor, screenwriter, and writer.
American actor and screenwriter, College Boyz is a producer of rappers.
Tampa, Florida -- Outfielder (Florida Marlins)
North Carolina, United States -- 200m butterfly swim (1992 Olympics – Gold Medalist).
Sebring, Florida -- Pitcher for the Boston Red Sox
Mont Laurier (Quebec) -- NHL right-wing (Calgary Flames).
English footballer and sportscaster
American professional athlete, Parolympian, marathon wheelchair racer, motivational speaker, and author. Driscoll was prematurely born and spent a week in a neonatal unit at the hospital. As a child, she was born with spina bifurca and a cleft lip which was later repaired surgically. She was determined and hated being told what she could not do. She raced as a …
CFL slot back (Edmonton Eskimos)
WLAF tight end (Rhein Fire)
Crest Hill, Illinois -- Infielder (Minn Twins)
Shreveport, Louisiana -- Playmate (September, 1987)
French race horse trainer and jockey, Philippe Darondel's son and the brother of Jean-Philippe Darondel.
Beaumont, Texas -- Pitcher (St. Louis Cardinals).
Hockey forward (Team Japan 1998)
American singer-songwriter (Tripping Daisy and The Polyphonic Spree).
American historian. The author, a lawyer and literary agent, was fascinated from an early age with maritime battles. In 2004, he published "The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors", a book that chronicles the 1944 Battle of Samar. His book is about "Taffy 3", a group of 13 ships with poor equipment that encountered a Japanese task force consisting …
American television news correspondent, journalist, radio host, author. She is currently the Special Correspondent of CBS's syndicated show Inside Edition. Her specialties include interviewing political figures and newsmakers. Cosby has been awarded three Emmy Awards: the Jack Anderson Award for investigative excellence and the Matrix Award. She also received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor and the Lech Walesa Freedom …
NFL linebacker (Arizona, Green Bay Packers – Super Bowl 31).
Ex-professional Canadian and American football offensive lineman who played three years in the Canadian Football League.
One of the twin grandsons of Earl Mountbatten, a British family of noted British families. Nicholas, his brother, was born just 20 minutes earlier. They were both victims of an IRA bombing at Mullaghmore in Ireland on 8/27/1979. (8 W.27, 54N.28), which was directed at their grandfather, the Viceroy of India. While Nicholas and Mountbatten were instantly killed, Timothy was …
One of the twin grandsons of Earl Mountbatten, a British family of noted British families. He was 20 minutes after his brother Timothy. They were both victims of an IRA bombing at Mullaghmore in Ireland on 8/27/1979. (8 W.27, 54N.28), which was directed at their grandfather, the Viceroy of India. While Nicholas and Mountbatten were instantly killed, Timothy was left …
He was a Danish soccer goalkeeper, who played in Manchester United. He was twice voted the best goalkeeper in the world.
1st pick of Celtics, suffers fatal cocaine-induced seizure
West Palm Beach, Florida -- Outfielder (Colorado Rockies)
American musician. He has been the lead guitarist and frequent songwriter of Metallica since 1983. He was in Exodus, the band he formed from 1980 to his joining Metallica.
Canadian female impersonator, regarded as one of the finest of the late '90s.
Sellersville, Pennsylvania -- Pitcher (Boston Red Sox).
A Dutch trap shooter placed 20th in double trap at the Atlanta Olympics.
Scottish TV producer and writer
American guitarist (Vixen), (d.2013)
Falcao holds a degree from ITA (Instituto TecnolA3gico de AeronA!utica – Brazil) in Computer Science and is a former systems analyst.
Italian actor and singer. He is the son of actor Ciccio Ingrassia.
Minnesota, USA; rocker. (Vixen – "Rev It up").
British singer, songwriter, and actress. Kim was supported by Marty Wilde, her pop-idol dad, and Mickie Most, a star-maker who helped her to release her first single in February 1981. She went on to reach number two on the pop charts the next month.
Turkish screenwriter and director producer
American actor and author
Famous birthdays on November 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Ulrich Noethen, a German actor, has been in numerous movies and TV shows. He was also a star in Comedian Harmonists. He also played Heinrich Himmler twice, in Der Untergang and Mein FA 1/4 hrer aEUR" Die wirklich wahrste Wahrheit A 1/4 ber Adolf Hitler. Noethen won many awards for his acting including the German Film Award (Bavarian Film Award), …
Northern Irish footballer and manager
French mother of sextuplets, born 14 January 1989 in Paris.
Cuban-born American actor
Argentinian manager and footballer
American composer, producer, and writer of bassist
USA; rocker "Nobody Loves Me Like You Do".
The sonof Annelise and Paul Mahler Dam, a Danish second-generation astrologer. He continues his crusade to obtain accurate data in Denmark. For many years, he was the chairman of the DAF Federation of Danish Astrologers; he began working with Ekliptika in 1997.
American football player for the Seattle Seahawks. He was previously with the Minnesota Vikings, Houston Oilers and Houston Oilers. He is both one of the NFL's first black starting quarterbacks and one of its oldest. At 39, he started the 1996 season. He is still going strong, with outstanding stats, as of 1997.
Rake Software was developed by an American computer scientist (d. 2014).
Irish-English painter and footballer (d. 1995).
New England Patriots).
American composer and conductor
American politician and Massachusetts State Treasurer, who challenged Acting Governor Cellucci to the Republican nomination. He is running for office in November 1998.
English guitarist and singer-songwriter
English large landowner
New Zealand cricketer
British novelist and comic book writer
Bridgeport, Connecticut -- Actor (SNL, Hot Shot, Coneheads)
Italian comedian, actress, voice actress, writer, and imitator.
Rock guitarist (Doobie Brothers Clover)
36th Premier of Queensland, an Australian politician and lawyer
English actor and director
Italian-born Scottish voice actor (Born 1952).
Indiana, USA; Major US Air Force/astronaut (STS 28, STS 48).
American journalist and author
French politician who is the mayor of Castelnau-Le-Lez since 1977 and Deputy in France's National Assembly since 2002.
Cuban-American bass player (Quiet Riot Whitesnake Blue A-yster CultManic Eden and QueensrA??che
American author and actor
English singer-songwriter and guitarist (The Rumour).
Famous birthdays on November 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Utica, New York -- NHL Coach (NY Rangers and Buffalo Sabres).
Egyptian actor and producer (d. 2005).
Dutch singer (Tame me Tiger)
French Catholic priest, bishop of Carcassonne since 2004.
American professional athlete. He was drafted in 1971 by the Oakland Raiders. He spent the majority of his 10 year career with the team, and together with them, won the SuperBowl championship rings in 1977. He was traded to Houston in 1980 and then retired from professional-football after the season. He was a powerful hitter on the field but his …
North Carolina, USA. NFL defensive back (Oakland Raiders).
Estonian actor and guitarist (Ultima Thule).
American general (d. 2001)
American producer and actor
Maryland, USA; actor.
French soldier, suspected serial killer. He was convicted for the kidnapping and rape of BalA!zs Falvay, a young Hungarian male whom he had met while hitchhiking in 1988. For the attack, he was sentenced to a 10 year term and released on probation in 1995. Three of the eight young men disappeared in northeastern France from 1980 to 1987 were …
Scottish singer-songwriter/producer (Camel), (d.2015)
United States -- Sci-fi author (Midworld, Flinx in Flux)
Sri Lankan politician and lawyer 6th President of Sri Lanka
Queens, New York, USA. Actor (Leave it to Larry).
Native-American activist and chief of Cherokee Nation (Born 1945).
German fashion designer, well-known for his designs and his perfume line. He was a workaholic and founded design centers in the 1990s to train commercial artists.
American archaeologist and astronomer. He visited over 400 places to trace rock art and archeological finds. Krupp is a narrator and part-scriptwriter for the TV series "The California Universe". He also has an interest in Shamanism. He is an educator at UCLA and leads field study tours. His latest book, "In Search of Ancient Skies," is his fourth.
Argentine Catholic Cardinal
New York, USA. Actress (Having Babies Falcon Crest).
French leading dancer at Opera de Paris. After her foot was broken in an elevator accident, she began to dance at the age of 2.
American actress. She is most well-known for her role as Krystle Carrington on "Dynasty", a TV evening soap which aired from 1981-1989. She is 5'8" tall and has a calm beauty. Her first role as a speaker was as a guest on "Bachelor Father" alongside John Forsythe. John Forsythe later played her husband in the "Dynasty” series. She was chosen …
Sultan of Oman (1970-19)
Connecticut, USA; actress (Dynasty Big Valley Beach Blanket Bingo).
English actor, director and producer (d.2003)
American race car driver (d.2014)
English politician and educator
Israeli academic and physicist
Sultan of Oman
American astrologer and author, Simms is currently the owner of Starcrafts LLC in New Hampshire. This company operates Astro Computing Services, and also publishes books under the imprints Starcrafts Publishing or ACS Publications. Simms studied astrology from 1973 to 1975 and has been a practicing Astrologer for approximately 35 years (as at 2010). She is a member of the American …
Famous birthdays on November 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Canadian poet and novelist, Atwood first rose to fame in the late 1960s. Atwood's 1966 first collection of poetry, The Circle Game," and her first novel, "The Edible Woman," began a distinguished career. She compiled the "The New Oxford Book of Canadian Verse" in English in 1983. Her main themes were the emotional interdependence between the sexes, and their search …
Author / poet
American actress, whose first TV series, Sara, was cancelled in 1977. In 1979, two years later, she was able to land another series, "Dear Detective." Vacarro won an Oscar for best supporting actress in 1975 for her performance in "Once is Not Enough."
Hong Kong-born French singer and TV presenter, model
Baroness Jay of Paddington English journalist, politician Leader of The House of Lords
He was an American scientist who shared the 2014 Nobel prize in physiology or medicine with Edward Moser and Norwegian May-Britt.
Falkland Islands -- Advocate
New York, USA. Actress (Cactus Flower Sara, Paper Dolls).
France sport Champion
Austria; slalom (1968 Olympic Games).
Iraqi-Lebanese archbishop (d. 2012)
Prime Minister of Madagascar for Malagasy politician
Estonian conservationist and botanist
Italian ecclesiastic and Roman Catholic Cardinal since 2003. He was Archbishop of Florence from March 2001 to 2003.
French artistic director and promoter for contemporary dance, mainly in Paris' ThA(c)AC/tre de la Ville, where he was director from 1985 to 2008.
US jazz trumpeter
American trumpet player (Old & New Dreams New York Contemporary Five & Codona). (d. 1995).
American author of sci-fi and fantasy. She was a widow and remarried in the late 1960s. She was a mother of five children and a graduate student at the University of California San Diego's Linguistics Department. With a family and little money, Elgin began teaching high school, night, and writing science fiction novels to help pay for her Ph.D. She …
Detroit, Michigan -- Rocker (The Twist, pre Chubby Checker).
Detroit, Michigan -- Rocker (pre Chubby Checker),
French singer who is active since the 1950s. He is most well-known for his participation in the 1963 Eurovision Song Contest.
Teacher / writer
Australian poet and author
German politician and philosopher (d. 1997).
Diplomat and journalist from Greece
American artist and sculptor, whose works were displayed at the Los Angeles County museum in 1966.
American CEO of Hanover Insurance. O'Brien graduated from college with a BS and a BA respectively in Business and Liberal Arts.
American baseball player (Born 1932).
Argentine racing driver (d. 1973)
Argentinian race car driver (d. 1973)
French journalist, editor and writer.
American notable family, Josephine Tunney, the older son of Gene Tunney's wife and Josephine. His father was a heavyweight champion in the world, and his mother was an heir to the fortunes of her steel manufacturer dad.
Italian royalty. He is a descendant of noble Italian families that were well-known from the 11th century, when they had popes and statemen. After his divorce from the Shah of Iran, he was romantically linked to Princess Soraya.
Cuban-American chemical engineer, CEO of Coca-Cola (a beverage bottling firm). Goizueta holds a BS in Chemical Engineering. He supports the Atlanta booster club during his free time.
American politician. She served as a City Council member from 1977 to 1993. In 1985, she was named Woman of the Year by Ms. Magazine.
A Belgian illustrator is well-known for his illustrations of characters from the book series "Martine (Tiny)," which ran from 1954 to 2010. Gilbert Delahaye was its author.
Famous birthdays on November 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Astronaut / test pilot (X-15)
American soprano and educator (d.2013)
Actor (Sid Caesar Show, Joey Bishop Show), dies at 53
American singer-songwriter and pianist
Filipino politician and lawyer 5th Prime Minister of Philippines (d. 2004).
American singer/songwriter of rhythm'n'blues (d. 2003).
French film critic and journalist. He founded, in 1952, the small mimeographed journal SA(c)quences with Louis Seguin & Michel Perez. He began writing for Positif in 1953, a French film magazine. Also, he wrote for Les Lettres nouvelles, France Observateur, and Positif in 1956.
Canadian journalist and author (d. 2014.)
American Astrologer, author of "Astrology & Alcoholism" 1982, and research on Earthquakes.
Windsor, Ontario -- Singer (Your Hit Parade)
American professional baseball manager and player. He was a second baseman in Major League Baseball for the Brooklyn Dodgers (1944-1948), Pittsburgh Pirates (1947), Chicago Cubs (1928) and Boston Braves (1950aEUR'51), St. Louis Cardinals (1952), and the Boston Red Sox (1956aEUR'57).
French businessman turned his family business into a ski-related empire. It is known for its skis, bindings, and boots. His innovative designs, especially the release ski binding, made it safer on the slopes.
Broadcaster/actor (Hell Fight).
French filmmaker, one of the most well-known and prolific TV directors. In 1944, he volunteered to serve in the French liberation army. He was also a passionate climber. Ertaud, a journalist for French TV broadcasts for 12 years (1949-1961), was the filmmaker of Jacques Cousteau.
Scottish jurist, Queen's Counsel 1963, and later, High Court Judge. He was married and had four children.
Scottish jurist (d. 2000).
Canadian screenwriter and actor (d. 2009).
American astronaut, first American to orbit the moon. He reached an altitude of 115 feet and traveled at a speed of 5160 mph.
American actress (d.2007)
French Catholic priest, Bischop de Tarbes and Lourdes (1988-1998).
American soldier lawyer and politician (d.2010)
Nicaraguan politician, 70th President of Nicaragua (d.67)
70th President of Nicaragua (d.67)
United States -- Springboard diver (1936 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
French Catholic priest, who was Archbishop of Toulouse between 1978 and 1996.
Belgium sport Champion
NHL team owner (Edmonton Oilers).
American composer and educator. He composed "Life Goes to a Party", a one-act opera in 1947. His other notable works include "Harmony in Modern Counterpoint", a 1967 release. Middleton earned his M.A. His B.A. was also earned at Cambridge. From Harvard, he joined the Vassar staff in 1953. He was promoted to professorship in 1966.
Egyptian politician and lawyer, 77th Prime Minister of Egypt (d.2008).
English football manager and player (d. 2015).
Famous birthdays on November 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
San Francisco, California -- Actress.
French professional cyclist, and a French road bike racer. In controversial fashion, he won the 1949 ParisaEUR"Roubaix classic cycling race with Serse coppi. He won the ParisaEUR'Tours classic race in 1950.
American singer, model, and actress. She is best known for her work in Kay Kyser’s big band orchestra in mid-1940s.
Salt Lake City Military man
American production manufacturer, CEO of United Technologies, which is a subsidiary American Medical Holdings. He was raised in a traumatized family. When he was six, his mother died and his father became bankrupt. His family moved to Chicago, IL, and his father abandoned him along with his sister, who was fifteen years older than he. His sister almost left him …
Judge and politician of the Victoria Cross in Wales (d. 2007).
Recipient of the Welsh Victoria Cross and Rugby administrator (d. 2007).
Turkish poet and author (d.2008)
Mexican singer and actor. He is regarded as one of the most important actors of the Golden Age Mexican cinema. Along with Jorge Negrete (the Three Mexican Roosters), he is an idol to Latin Americans. His film career began with more than 60 movies in 1939. He recorded approximately 350 songs starting in 1943. He was honored with the Silver …
San Francisco Military man
Algerian-born French swimmer, water polo player. He was an Olympic swimmer in 1936 and 1948. He also held the title of French swimming champion in many events including the 100m and 200m freestyles in 1941. He, his wife and their child were taken into custody by the Germans in December 1943 and sent to Auschwitz with other Jews. A month …
American baseball umpire and player (d. 2004).
The 36th Yokozuna, a Japanese sumo wrestler (Born 1914).
Hungarian-French illustrator and painter (d. 1999).
English author (d. 1977)
French priest, ordained in Rome Catholicism as a priest in 1935. He was also archbishop of Rouen from 1968 to 1981. He is also a Monsignor member of The High Council of Bishops.
Dutch historian / Rabbi in Paramaribo
Mandan, North Dakota -- Actor (Major - Soap, Crisis)
American case of Alzheimer's Disease as he grew older. He died at Ventura, CA, from pneumonia on January 1, 1994, 8:10 pm (on his death certificate).
Italian poet and writer (Born in 1911).
Dutch economist, professor in econometrics, publicist, and eminent mystical scholar about the Hebrew bible and its roots within kabbalah.
Famous birthdays on November 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Capitol Records was founded by American producer and singer, Capitol Records (d. 1976).
France sport Champion
American comedian, winsome, small-eyed, rubber-faced and petite, she was a co-star on "Your Show of Shows," the first TV-based comedy series. Coca was awarded an Emmy for her subtle humor on the show, which saw the comedy brilliance of the two shine in skits about everyday living.
Belgian pro athlete, a boxer
French painter, etcher and lithographer, illustrator, water colourist, muralist, and costume and set designer for ballet.
French lawyer and Ph.D. He was the director of the cabinet from 1947 to 1949 and, in 1954, he was also the president of a company house. He was an executive and vice-president of Renault 1955-1975. He was the minister of industry 1981-82. This position was given by the President of the Republic. He was married on 3/09/1936.
Cuban singer-songwriter/guitarist (Buena Vista social club) (d. 2003).
Norwegian author / poetess
Czech actor (Born 1907)
German writer, the son of Thomas Mann. Mann's childhood was difficult. His homosexuality made him a target of bigotry and he had a difficult marriage with his father. Mephisto was Mann's most well-known novel. It was first published in Amsterdam in 1936. This novel portrays Mann's former brother-in law, Gustaf GrA 1/4 Gens. Mann became an American citizen in 1943. …
Limoges Military man
Spanish Jesuit priest, philosopher, and author who served 40 years as a missionary among Yup'ik people in remote Alaskan areas. He was elected as a write in candidate to the 2nd Alaska State Legislature. In 1960, he became the stateaEUR(tm), first Catholic priest elected into office. He wrote many essays, and a dozen autobiographical books in Spanish or English about …
American scientist, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (d. 1997)
French World War II Secret Service Chief, primarily remembered for organizing the arrest of German intelligence Agents in France following the defeat of 1940. His activities during this period have been controversial.
Quebec painter (d. 1990)
1st Viscount Boyd, Merton English lieutenant politician Secretary of State For the Colonies (d.83)
Japanese guitarist and composer (d. 1978).
American statistician and pollster (born in 1901).
Indian actor producer and screenwriter (d.1984)
Author / Theologian (Deep River Deep in the Hunger).
Artist (Jitters and Ditters).