List of celebrities and famous people who were born on April 19th
Famous birthdays on April 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002004
Famous birthdays on April 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901997
Belgian professional footballer
American actor Robert Morse and Elizabeth Cosby Roberts' first child were a well-known family. Allyn, 8 pounds, was born before her father left for the 8:00 PM curtain in his Tony-winning performance of "Tru," his one-man show.
Rapper in the South Korean boy band B.A.P.
French football player
Famous birthdays on April 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American singer-songwriter and guitarist
Canadian singer (The Cottars).
English racing driver
French giant handballer, a Serbian-Croatian descendant, is accused of having bet on the defeat of his club MAHB Montpellier in 2012. He won the European championship in France with his French team two years later.
Japanese actress and singer (AKB48, no3b).
Russian tennis player. She was the first Russian to win all four grand slam tournaments. She won the French open twice (2012 and 2014).
German singer who won the sixth season "Deutschland sucht den Superstar", a German edition of "Pop Idol".
American basketball player.
American actor best known for his roles on soap operas.
South Korean singer and actress
American baseball player
American baseball player
American baseball player
New Zealand All Black rugby player
Czech handball player
American football player.
Czech ice hockey player
American actress. She is the eldest of her four children. Her first professional role was at Canyon Lake Theatre in Peter Pan's Wendy. Her role as Cassie Brady, American daytime drama Days of our Lives, is her most well-known.
Brazilian-Canadian ice hockey player
Famous birthdays on April 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
American actress, seen in the films "Dr. T and the Women" 2000 and "Almost Famous" 2000. She won a Golden Globe award for her performance in "Dr. T and the Women" 2000.
Bulgarian chess player
American football player
400m Medley Swimmer (1996 Olympics, 8th Place).
Miss Tennessee Teen-USA (1996)
American-Austrian painter, educator
Mexican baseball player
English wrestler and trainer
Indian long jumper
American baseball player
Dutch guitarist (Within Temptation and Maiden uniteD).
American basketball coach and radio host
South Korean illustrator and author
Miss Universe - Mexico (1996)
Australian cricketer and coach
Miss Argentina-Universe (1997).
Greenwood, South Carolina -- Soccer forward (1996 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Australian soccer midfielder (Olyroos, Olympics - 1996)
He is a French canoe-kayak ace and the winner of the bronze medal at the Atlanta Olympics in 7/28/1996 in the one-man kayak.
NFL kicker (San Francisco 49ers).
Famous French actor, comedian, and film director. He was born to David Elmaleh (a jewish Moroccan mime artist) and to a French (RA(c).gine Aymard). As a teenager, he went to Canada and MontrA(c).al. He is also known for his association with Charlotte Casiraghi (a boy: RaphaAl).
Florida, USA; 400 metre/800 metre runner.
South Korean singer-songwriter (Toy)
World Music Singer
Famous birthdays on April 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American TV personality and motorbike builder
Illinois, USA; 10km runner.
Hammond, Indiana -- Playmate (Apr, 1995)
American chess player, Hungarian-born
University of Arizona Linguistics Professor
Florida, USA; pitcher (Oakland Athletics).
French TV star, a top model, singer and actress, a great sex-symbol. She revealed that she has tried everything and her best love story has been with a woman, in the "reality show" "Everything is Possible." She has never married.
American actress who spent most of the 1990s in supporting roles, while earning industry respect and a large fan following. Judd was a star in many high-profile Hollywood films, including "A Time to Kill" 1996, "Kiss The Girls," 1997 and 1999, as well as "Where The Heart Is" 2000.
Linebacker for the Canadian Football League (Calgary Stampeders).
NFL defensive end (Arizona Cardinals).
Spanish DJ producer and songwriter
California, USA; Catcher (New York Mets).
Indian producer and actor
King of Swaziland (1986-1999)
Zurich, Switzerland -- Actor (Tartort, Gemini-Twin Stars)
California, USA; actress (Kuffs, Sisters).
French rugby player and coach
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Cry Cry Cry).
American science fiction editor
American journalist and author
French actress and soprano
German singer, songwriter and producer.
Canadian academic and astronomer
Japanese professional wrestler
Canadian screenwriter and producer of actor
Randolph Keys, a retired American professional basketball star is Randolph Keys. In his career, he played for five NBA seasons, including the Cavaliers and Charlotte Hornets, Los Angeles Lakers, Milwaukee Bucks, and Los Angeles Lakers. He was at his best as a professional during 1989aEUR'90, when he played in 80 games for the Hornets and Cavaliers. His average scoring rate …
BAFTA-awarded Scottish actress, Anna was a national hit for her role as Anna on BBC2's "This Life." Her stage work was the beginning of her career.
She is a French soprano and opera singer. In 1992 she sang her first opera at Paris' Opera Bastille. She was a hit as Olympia in "The Tales of Hoffmann". She signed an exclusive contract in 1994 with EMI Records. She was praised for her singing and acting talents and made her debut at La Scala in 2001. Later, she …
American CEO of Death Row Records. A scowling, black man-mountain known as "sugar bear" He took a fledgling rap company from the fringes to the center of the music business in ten years. Death Row revolutionized hip-hop by removing the old-school flavor from it in 1992 with "The chronic." It has sold over 45 million records and presented artists who …
Italian tennis player and champion, who won the Italian Nationales.
American professional baseball pitcher. He was selected by the Detroit Tigers as their second round free-agent pick 6/07/1982. Kamieniecki, pronounced KAM-ahn-NIK-ee, didn't sign with Tigers. He received his degree from Michigan State in physical education and was chosen by the Milwaukee Brewers as the 23rd free-agent draft pick on 6/03/1985. He signed with the N.Y. Yankees on 6/02/1986, and played …
Italian family of distinction, Umberto is the son of Umberto, and Giovanni is the great-grandson of Giovanni, who founded Fiat. After studying in the U.S., he graduated from Brown University with an international relations degree. He then went on to work as an executive at Olivetti and administrator for Juventus Soccer Club. Incognito, he worked as a Fiat group turner …
Pitcher (New York Yankees).
American ex-C.I.A. Agent
Ontario, Canada; LPGA golfer (1989 Mitsubishi-44th).
Jr., American racecar driver
American baseball coach and player
Producer and director of Filipino actors
Italian actress, star of "La Vita E Bella" (Life is Beautiful), directed and nominated by Roberto Benigni. He joyfully climbed up onto the podium to accept the Oscar 1998 for "Best Foreign Language Film". She was beaming as he danced to the crowd.
New York, USA; pitcher (Minnesota Twins, New York Mets/Cy Young-1988).
American journalist, editor, and photographer. He is also a skier, and an outdoorsman, and is a member the Sierra Club, the Appalachian Mt. Club, the Nature Conservancy, and the Bicycle Club. He was a technical rock climber and pioneer of many new routes in the Adirondack Mountains. He died in an avalanche at Mt. Washington, New Hampshire, 35.
American baseball coach and player
Armenian composer, musician and producer of music
Australian coach and footballer
American basketball coach and player
Famous birthdays on April 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American pro astrologer, practicing since 1979. She is the U.S. tutor at the Faculty of Astrological Studies in London. She received her diploma in May 1986. She is a published author and has been the chair of "Data Exchange" at the American Federation of Astrologers Bulletin since 1986. She has been involved in the study of dreams and astrology for …
Warden of Rhodes House in Oxford, an Australian educator
Filipino politician and lawyer
Baroness Campbell, Surbiton English activist
American screenwriter and producer of actor directors
Irish businessman founded BT Ireland
American basketball player who played for Detroit one season (1980-81).
Actor from Lithuania (d.2013)
French TV host and TV program host.
English singer-songwriter (Black Sabbath Giuntini Project, Empire).
vocalist (Midnight Star - "No Parking").
Vocalist (Midnight Star-No Parking).
Former tennis player, British sports presenter
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Colorado, USA; LPGA golfer (1994 State Farm-5th).
Denver, Colorado -- LPGA golfer (1994 State Farm-5th)
Academic and biologist from Scotland
General Electric employee, American, was killed on American Airlines Flight 11 in New YorkaEUR(tm), 9/11/2001. She was on her way to Los Angeles to take a vacation. Janis graduated with a B.A. Janis had a B.A. from Northeastern U., and an MBA from Northeastern U. She was a team leader in product testing and had been with the company for …
Manager and English footballer
French assassin, suicide. He was an anarchist and shot Credit Lyonnais CEO Jacques Chaine on May 14, 1977. Then he turned the gun on him.
Canadian producer and songwriter (Payolas).
Mexican-Italian-Scottish actress in Mexican TV soap operas since she was a kid as she left home young. In 1975, her father died and her mother, an alcoholic, shot herself in the same year. She was married and had a child in 1976. She was a singer/songwriter who had three gold records in Mexico. As an entertainer, her act was polished …
Italian athlete who won a gold medal in 1980 Olympics and a second place in 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, CA for the women's high jumping. She jumped 6 feet 6 3/4 inches. She also holds an ex world record.
American drummer (Winger Dixie Dregs Platypus, and The Jelly Jam).
American-English screenwriter and comedian
Nicaraguan boxer (d. 2009)
English politician and journalist
Nicaraguan politician and boxer (d. 2009).
French race horse jockey/harness driver
Belgian driver of a race car, Jacky Ickx's co-pilot. Tarin was killed in an accident that caused his car to catch fire on 10/15/1991 at 6:45 AM MET. Clamart. France.
Italian singer, actress and entertainment hostess. In 1988-1989, she was the first to appear in "Those of the Night," a weekly theater production.
American playwright and actor (d. 1978).
American adventurer and sailor. His friend Bill Biewenga was his partner. They sailed their 50-foot clipper ship from San Francisco to Cape Horn, up to Boston, and back in 69 days 19 hours 44 minutes. This broke the 1953 record by seven days. Wilson tried to sail this boat two years before, but he was unable to do it because …
English businesswoman and philanthropist
Famous birthdays on April 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
French designer, well-known family. She was one of Pablo Picasso's children. Her bold and original style of chic inspired her to create a line of jewelry and perfume. Her company has expanded its product line over the years to include fragrances, eyewear and home accessories as well as fabrics, wallpaper, and fabrics. She is also an actor and model while …
French journalist and extremist political activist, he was born to an engineer. He became Sarkozy’s adviser in 2005-12. In March 2014, he was accused of recording private conversations with the former French president.
Administrator / teacher
American truck driver and pilot
American manager and player
French weather presenter and ex-announcer, who was also host of ORTF (the national agency that provided public television in France between 1964 and 1974) and TF1(a private French national TV channel).
Canadian radio host and author
American pianist and conductor
American singer, songwriter and musician. He was one of two leaders of "Turtles", a huge group that had eight hits in the 1960s. They reformed as Flo & Eddie after the group was disbanded. Frank Zappa's "Mothers of Invention" helped them. They also participated in a Ringo Starr flic called "200 Hotels."
French publisher and director of Gallimard publishing.
French violinist and conductor
Director (British Film Institute).
Journalist/Dutch Member Of Parliament (PvdA).
Baron Stevenson, Balmacara English civil servant
New York, USA; pianist (Avery Fischer Prize-1975, Grammy 1988).
British actor, composer, and singer, best known for his role in "The Rocky Horror Picture Show," 1975. It has remained a cult favourite throughout the next century.
Author and painter in Greek-French
Russia -- Cosmonaut (BST-02)
American casting director
Turkish journalist, activist and author (d. 2006).
Australian naturopath and businessman, the chairman of Blackmores, the largest nutraceutical/vitamin company in the southern hemisphere.
Mexico -- Skeet shooter (1968 Olympics - 13th Place)
French businessman, engineer and politician.
Scottish politician and National Party Member of Parliament, who was elected at the General Election on 6/11/1987.
American keyboard player and songwriter (Parliament-Funkadelic Praxis and Colonel Claypool's Bucket of Bernie Brains)
American economist and Nobel Prize winner in academic Economics
The New Seekers, a Scottish band, enjoyed commercial success in the U.S. and England during the 1970's. Their 1972 hit "I'd like to Teach the World To sing", which was a multi-million dollar song, topped the charts for international commercial success.
She was originally trained as a teacher of physical education and became a Scottish politician. She was regarded as a left-wing fundamentalist and left the SNP in 1982 following a dispute over party policy. She had returned to SNP by the mid-1990s and was elected in 1999 to the Scottish Parliament (MSP) representing the Lothians. Her outspoken views on many …
American son of noted occultists. He is the offspring Wilfred TalbotSmith and Helen Parsons. Helen Parsons was Jack Parsons' wife. Jack Parsons was listed as the father on the birth certificate. Later, he was known as Kwen Smith.
American musician. He is a guitarist, singer, and saxophonist. Their 1966 hit, "Along Comes Mary", was a huge success. They continued to be popular with their urban sounds through 1968 with "Cherish" (and "Windy"), which were more urbane and more accessible. They recorded urbane rock through late 1973.
An organist from Britain, he was a popular London musician by 1994.
Dutch-American director and photographer (d. 1975).
Roush Fenway Racing was founded by an American businessman
Dutch artist (disappeared 1975).
Brazilian singer, composer and musician. He is well-known in Mexico, Latin America, and Europe. His music has been embraced by a large public. His Christmas records are regularly best-sellers and are often issued every year. Carlos
At 52, a song writer (Honey Little Green Apples), is killed
Estonian playwright and poet
French-English chef, author
American suicide victim who was high on LSD and shot himself to death in Los Angeles, CA on the 3rd of March 1968.
He was a French playboy and industrialist who is best known for marrying Princess Caroline of Monaco (17 years his junior) in 1978 for 27 month. In 1987, he married Nina Larsen, a Danish socialite of 24 years.
He is a minor actor from Scotland, writer, and mountaineer. He was Clint Eastwood’s understudy in "The Eiger Sanction", and is the author a autobiography.
Famous birthdays on April 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
He was a French screenwriter and film director, born in Belgium, and married MylA"ne Demongeot, a French actress. He was killed in a train accident at Paris (1999).
Jr. American politician and judge of accountants (d. 2013).
New York, USA. Actress (Betty – SWAT).
American legal scholar and literary theorist
American actress since she was a baby. At 16 months, her mom began teaching her dance classes. At two years old, she was already singing on the radio. She had her first movie role in "Mr. Big." She was a film-juvenile through the '40s, and added TV to her credits during the '50s.
The 13th President of the Philippines was a Filipino politician and statesman. After gaining fame as an actor in film, Estrada became a politician. His acting career spans over three decades and includes the lead role in more than 100 films. He was elected President and Vice-President in the Fifth Republican Period. From 20 to 22 he was the Mayor …
Author and chef from Italy-English
Washington, USA; actress (Betty Anderson, Father Knows Best Gladys Peterson, Get a Life).
Belgian politician, lawyer, and Prime Minister 1979-1992. He was married once and had two children. He died on the 9th of October 1913.
Belgian politician, minister.
American football coach and player (d. 2013).
British-American comedian, actor, musician, and composer. He is best known for his roles as "10" and the "Arthur" comedy stars. He is also a professional musician, composer, and has taught at Oxford. In 1982, he played the piano at Carnegie Hall.
American teacher and physical culturist, Lanehart won the titles of "Mr. Maryland", and "Mr. Baltimore" respectively in 1956. Lanehart was awarded the title "Mr. Free State" on 10/07/1961. He had been a teacher in Physical Education for four year at the time.
American priest ordained by a Roman Catholic cardinal. Los Angeles, CA, 4/25/1961. He was the youngest of seven children. In October 1961, he started graduate studies in Canon Law in Rome and received his doctorate in Canon Law on June 1964. He was an associate pastor from 1964 to 1966 and, in 1964, he joined the English language section of …
American merchandising marketer and CEO at the Deere Corp. He has worked his way up through international operations to become the company's top executive. Harvard University graduate Becherer holds a BA and MBA in history.
American actor and wrestler (d. 2014).
American producer and singer (d. 1989).
American astrologer, author.
High court judge
American actress, stage and screen, who achieved success with Broadway's "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?" She signed a contract with 20th Century Fox in Hollywood to replace Marilyn Monroe in "B", pictures.
California, USA; actor ("Darrin – Bewitched").
Pennsylvania, USA; actress. (Guide for the Married Man. Girl Can't Help But, Too Hot To Handle).
English politician and captain Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire
France sport Champion
English umpire and cricketer
Colombian painter, sculptor
Rutland, Vermont -- Alpine slalom skier (1952 Olympics - 2 Gold Medals)
South Africa: Minister of Defense/Justice.
Football coach (New York Giants).
High court judge in Britain
France sport Champion
Canadian journalist and author (d.2004)
American actor best known for his role as Darrin II on "Bewitched", which he played in 1969. He continued the role until 1972.
American author, painter and advertising executive. Martin, along with George Woltz, his business partner, founded The Martin Agency in 1965. It is a Richmond-based advertising agency. Martin in 1969 created the famous tourism slogan Virginia is for Lovers to promote the U.S. state as a tourist destination. In 1969, Martin was named "Advertising Person Of The Year" by the Richmond …
French furniture and interior designer.
New Zealand air marshal (d.2013)
Famous birthdays on April 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
A world champion Italian boxer. His son's death in a fascist protest resulted in tragedy for his family. He was without money by 2000 and was suffering from Alzheimer's. His family submitted a request for assistance from the state.
Detroit, Michigan -- Middleweight fighter (1960 Olympics - Gold Medalist).
Famiglia Cristana is a magazine for Catholic families. Its editor was an Italian. Zega was known for his progressive views. The Vatican protested his work on 3/01/1997 and Zega was censured. He was forced to quit the magazine on 10/15/1998.
France; musician (Blues Inc - "Bootleg Him").
Azlan Shah of Perak (d.2014)
English Engineer and Academic (d. 2015).
French-English singer-songwriter/guitarist (Blues Incorporated & Collective Consciousness Society). (d. 1984).
American scientist who claimed to be the original designer of the H-Bomb.
American physicist and author wrote "The dangers of Nuclear Wars" 1979. He was married once and had three children.
American beautician, columnist and author of "Kenneth's Complete Book on Hair." Known only as Mr. Kenneth, he became a household name as the personal hairdresser to Jackie Kennedy during her White House years.
Indiana, USA; singer ("Four Freshmen").
French diplomat who served his country as Ambassador to Bulgaria (1983-1986), Romania (87-1990), Portugal (1990-1992).
Austrian astrologer, book seller. He started his career in insurance and discovered astrology during the 1960s. He founded Buchhandlung 777, an astrological bookstore in Vienna in 1976. He managed it until his retirement in 1998.
Egyptian politician and first female Arab parliamentarian (Born in 1926)
American singer and actor
New York, USA; actor (Wyatt Earp, Search).
Sr. Dutch actor (d. 2011)
Belgian film actor who died in Forest, Bruxelles on 21 September 1990.
Austrian contralto opera singer
Writer dies at 76
German pilot who was an ace pilot in WW II with the Luffwaffe. He is credited with downing over 300 aircrafts. His technique was to get close to the target before firing. This method sometimes caused damage to the plane with flying debris. He was not wounded and was awarded a lot of decorations. He flew in 1944 as a …
reverend (Apostolic ProNuncio).
French medievalist and archivist.
Italian theologian and cardinal (d. 2015).
American jockey (d. 2006)
American first female licensed jockey (d. 2006).
Cambridge, Massachusetts -- Comedian (Crazy Guggenheim).
American politician and lawyer 56th Governor of Maryland (d.2015).
American baseball manager and player (d. 2012).
American producer and guitarist (d. 1993).
Famous birthdays on April 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American educator, and the top national official in mental health during the 1960s. Director of the National Institute of Mental Health 1964-70, Dr. Yolles was responsible for research into illegal drugs and treatment of addicts. He also spoke out to support less harsh penalties for marijuana usage. On 6/02/1970, Nixon fired him.
American composer and pianist (d. 1990).
Belgian 14 year old girl. She was one of five children who saw the Holy Mother in a vision on 11/29/1932 at 18:30 Beauraing, Belgium. For more information, see Gilberte Voisin’s entry. She and her husband had three kids. According to reports, she said the rosary outdoors every day at 6:30 pm, no matter the weather. Her husband died in …
Danish-German soldier and author (d. 2012.)
He was an Italian soccer/football player. He played for Udinese (1933–35, 1944), Triestina (35–39), AC Milan (1939-40), Genoa (1842–42, 1945–47), Anconitana (1942–43), and Triestina (1935–39). He was also a member of the Italian national soccer teams in 1934 and 1931.
American CEO of Cincinnati Financial, an insurer company. Schiff, a college graduate in Business Marketing with an interest in merchandising and finance, is also a certified accountant. He is also an avid golfer as a hobby.
French film critic and scholar. He died in Paris on the 20th of January 1981.
Orthez Military man
Italian ecclesiastic, Vice President of Rome, and President of CEI since 1985. In 1938, he was made a priest and in 1973, he was made a cardinal. Poletti is the vicar-general for Rome and District, the judge of Rome Curia and a member of the council. He is also the archpriest of Patriarchal Lateran and a member of the Papal …
American military, u.s. Marine Corps hero, Medal of Honor
Television announcer (Lux Video Theater), passes away at 84
American athlete and Olympic champion, he won the 1936 track and fields discus throwing event a gold medal.
American scientist and multifaceted nuclear chemist, who was also the Nobel prize winner for discovering the radioactive element, plutonium. He was the first to lead the Atomic Energy Commission. He was also a key player in the World War II Manhattan Project, which produced the atomic weapon. He discovered ten of the atomic elements, including plutonium. One of these elements …
Teacher / educationalist
American chemist, Nobel Prize laureate (d.1999)
P?rigueux Military man
Belfort Military man
He was a diplomat and author from Scotland. His posts included ambassador to Indonesia (1963-1966) and Ireland (1966-1970). His first book, "Bangkok Top Secret", was published in 1970. Other autobiographical works include "How to Lose Them", published in 1978. Although fictional, his 1988 book "Death Of An Admiral" was based on his personal experiences. His last book, "Malaya 1941". His …
French feminist and woman of letters. She was a pioneer in many areas, and helped to advance female emancipation.
Famous birthdays on April 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001908
German opera conductor.
Polish actress (d. 1990).
French engineer and Chief of the French Naval Construction Service. Cordonnier received his engineering degree in 1926. He was then assigned to the Aerial Photography Service with the Air Ministry, 1930-1936. Later, he was Assistant Director of Physical Research Service, 1939-1940. He was Professor of Geometric Analysis, Shipbuilding Theory, 1940-1950.
Actress (Paradise Park Pleasure, Goldie).
England, United Kingdom -- Actor ("Adventure of Robin Hood")
US pilot / Admiral (WWII)
American professional astrologer. He joined AFA October 1961.
Famous aviator and Scottish pilot who established a new record for the Australia to England flight in August 1931. Amy Johnson, an adventurous pilot, was his wife. They made an unlucky Atlantic flight in the year after their marriage. They were much more cautious about their adventures after their plane crashed.
British quadruplets who had their dad left, but returned when they were born.
American federal agent (Born in 1903)
American restaurateur, he was the owner of "La Cosina" in Albuquerque's old town. He was married once.
German-American Astrologer, who arrived in the United States in 1922. Twelve years later, in 1934, her serious study of astrology started. From 1955-1966, she was the secretary of Friends of Astrology Inc. Chicago and from 1966-1969 as its president. After her 1969 move to Florida, she became active in the Florida Astrological Association. She lectured and taught advanced astrology classes. …
Russian screenwriter and author (d. 1989).
Canadian politician and lawyer 20th Governor General of Canada (d.91)
British poet, novelist, and playwright.
Warren Hughes English writer (Fiction and Truth).