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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on January 19th

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on January 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010

  • Samantha Harris, a television personality and correspondent for Entertainment Tonight, is her mother. She is also the co-host of the popular TV show, Dancing with the Stars. Hillary is Harris' second child and second-daughter.


2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on January 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

  • She is a well-known American family member and the first child of Jessica Lynch, an ex-prisoner. Caesarean secion was used to name the daughter after her mother's fallen comrade.

1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on January 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

  • American celebrity family, second son of actress Deidre Hall, and her husband Steve Sohmer. He was carried by Robin, a surrogate mother who also hosted Hall's previous child, David. Both pregnancies were fertilized with Steve's sperm. Robin and Robin are good friends of the parents. They all have beautiful children.

  • Pop Singer

  • Pop Singer


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on January 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Reality Star

  • YouTube Star

  • He was a French journalist who works for BFM (breaking news) and survived the terrorist attack on Paris Bataclan. He was alerted to the danger via a SMS sent by his companion and was able to react faster than any other concert-goers.

  • English footballer

  • American-Japanese producer and singer-songwriter

  • Musician


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on January 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • Russian gymnast and sportscaster

  • French-born mathematician and investment banker. He is also an executive director of the Structured Products Group at Goldman Sachs. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), in April 2010, charged Tourre with securities fraud. Tourre is believed to be responsible for the CDO (collateralized Deb Obligations) scandal that contributed greatly to the 2008 financial crisis in the US.

  • English rapper and producer (Roll Deep)

  • American baseball player and pitcher for the New York Yankees. Juden signed with the Houston Astros in 1989 after being selected in round one of the free-agent draft. Juden was a mediocre player at best. His career has been marred by injuries. Juden has only played in 37 major league games in his eight-year career. He spent most of his …

  • French homicide: A serial killer of elderly women over a four-month period. After being caught red-handedly stealing from her home, he killed an 87-year old woman on 24 August 1993. He does the same thing to an elderly woman on 15 November 1993, but this time he eats the blood of the victim. A second murder occurs the next day …

  • Movie Actor

  • Movie Actor


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on January 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • NBA forward (Milwaukee Bucks).

  • American AIDS patient who stunned the nation when she became the first to contract AIDS in a medical procedure. She was 22 years old, had never been on drugs or had sex and had never held a job before she was infected by the deadly virus by Dr. David Acer, her dentist. Bergalis embarked on a crusade to force mandatory …

  • American singer-songwriter (Ugly Kid Joe: Medication Another Animal, Life of Agony).

  • Pakistani-born reporter

  • British singer who was prominently featured in the R & B group "Soul II Soul", with a hit single "Keep on Movin" released March 1989, and a number one hit "Back to Life" released June 1989. Wheeler left the group late in 1989 to pursue a solo career. He released "UK Blak", a top 20 album, in 1990.

  • Italian cyclist who won the Gold Medal in Atlanta Olympics 7/27/1996 in the points course.

  • English politician Speaker of House of Commons

  • American notable family. The middle daughter of Walter Mondale, Vice-President under Richard Nixon. Eleanor spent her early '80s teaching aerobics in Los Angeles and pursuing acting. She then moved to Chicago in the middle of the '80s, working as a Dee-Jay. After she divorced Chicago Bear Keith Van Horne, Eleanor has lived in Minneapolis since 1989, where she owns an …

  • East St. Louis, Illinois -- Triple jumper (1984 Olympics - Gold Medalist)

1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on January 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • American bass player, songwriter, and actor (Dokken Dio & Foreigner).

  • American programmer and computer scientist

  • Katey Sagal

    American actress, best known for her role in "Married with Children", a popular TV series that ran from 1987 to 1997. On the FX series Sons of Anarchy, she played the role of Gemma Teller Morrow. Sagal is also well-known for her role as Leela in the animated science fiction series Futurama, which ran from 1999 to 2013.

  • French author who was a specialist in crime novels with political themes.

  • American photographer. She is a respected New Yorker and often presents herself as the subject or model for her photographs. Cindy Sherman doesn't create self-portraits by themselves, but she disguises herself with wigs, costumes, and props. She says that by displaying various feminine masks, she is trying to get people to recognize something about themselves.

  • American geneticist and academic

  • Welsh notable family member, the daughter British writer Kingsley Amis. When she was 24 years old, she gave birth to Catherine. She was three months old when Catherine was placed for adoption. Sally, who was 40 years old, suffered a stroke and died from an infection on the 8th November 2000.

  • American actor and musician. He is the second and only child of Lucille Ball, and Desi Arnaz. From ages 15-17, he appeared on "Here's Lucy", formed "Dino, Desi and Billy" as a teenager, and was a part of guest shots and movies starting in 1971, including "A Wedding," 1978. He loved his father, whom he called his best friend. In …

  • Canadian tennis player and politician

  • English actress

  • Italian homicide. At 21 he moved to London. He was a gay sado-masochist and was arrested on 5/16/1986 after he killed four homosexuals.

  • Argentinean homicide. He began a life full of crime when he was 19 years old, which included several rapes, 50 robberies, and 14 murders. He was charming, boyish, and angelic. His male lover Jorge Antonio "Quique", Ibanez, was his partner until Ibanez's death in a car accident.

  • Belgian politician who is active in local politics in Brussels for the FDF FA (c)dA (c)ralistes DA.c.mocrates Francophones. The party supports the extension of the bilingual status for the Brussels-Capital Region (in Flemish Brabant) to many of the currently Dutch-speaking municipalities around Brussels. This is because a large proportion of the population speaks French. All Flemish parties strongly oppose this.

  • Yorkshire, England -- Rock guitarist (America Daisy Jane)

  • American lawyer, Herbert Kim Deneau's attorney in his unhappy divorce case. He called her at 11 12 AM on 9/30/1990 to inform her that he had killed his ex-wife, and her child, and that he was ending the whole thing. She immediately called the SWAT team and called the police. They surrounded the house. They waited for Deneau to allow …

  • Canadian actor

  • British Conservative member of parliament, who represents Bosworth in Leicestershire depuis 1987.

  • American baseball coach and player

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on January 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • He was a French astrologer who used to organize meetings at "Le Palais des CongrA's" in Paris (every March).

  • Italian stage and TV actor.

  • news reporter (ABC TV).

  • Portugese comedienne.

  • Dolly Parton

    American country singer, songwriter and actress. Small, charming, and sweet with a genuine sweetness, Parton rose from poverty to stardom as a country singer in the 1970s. Parton's hit "9 to 5" in 1980 was her entry to the pop charts. In the 1980s, she appeared in hit films and was also featured on her ABC variety show "Dolly" in …

  • England, United Kingdom -- Writer

  • Tennessee, USA. Country singer (Dolly 9 to 5).

  • American computer engineer and CEO at Compaq Computer. Canion is a specialist in technical engineering and holds a BSEE and MSEE. He also has a private pilot's licence.

  • Director (Fox Hunt Parade of Planets, Fox Hunt)

  • Shelley Fabares

    American actress, best known for her role as an American teenager on "The Donna Reed Show" in 1950s TV.

  • Peter Lynch

    American stock market expert and financier who became renowned as principal manager of Fidelity Magellan mutual funds, transforming them into a $13 Billion business. He was 46 years old and one of the most successful Wall Street money managers. He is the author "One Up on Wall Street", 1989, "Beat the Street,"93 and "Learn To Earn" 1995.

  • English singer

  • Nairobi, Kenya -- Anthropologist

  • American singer and rock star of the hippie era. Her style of singing was a mix of blues and larynx shredding. She also screamed a lot and practiced a lot. She rose quickly to fame, was high on drugs and alcohol, and was a workaholic. Friends warned her to slow down. Sam Andrew, her bandmate from the "Big Brother and …

  • British astrologer. Author of "Draconic Astrology", "Interdimensional Astrology", and many other articles. Along with being a writer and editor for the Transits journal, she also helped to establish several groups and managed a correspondence college.

  • American screenwriter and producer of director films

  • Dutch Princess.

  • Michael Crawford

    British singer and actor who won hearts around the globe playing the role of the main character in "Phantom of the Opera" He is a brilliant, obsessive, and lonely man. His portrayal as the main character in "Phantom" has earned him a reputation for impressing both professionals and critics. His theater work includes "No Sex Please. We're British," Flowers for …

  • French military, Chief Of Staff Officer of the Armies; No. 1 in the French military hierarchy.

  • American Architect

  • American Architect


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on January 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • American singer, who was a singer star along with his brother Don. Their 1962 hit song "Cathy's Clown", sold over two million copies. They were still very popular touring in 1988, despite their split in 1973.

  • American singer harmonica player and drummer (d. 2011)

  • General and politician from Bangladesh, 7th President of Bangladesh (d. 1981).

  • Australian singer-songwriter

  • American chemist, known as "the Henry Ford for LSD", because he created "Owsley acid" during the 1960s and early 1970s.

  • Soumitra Chatterjee

    Indian poet and actor

  • American guitarist and lead singer of the bluegrass legends Country Gentlemen. Waller was involved in the band for 47 year. In 1996, he was inducted into International Bluegrass Music Hall of Honor.

  • Canadian news broadcaster at CBS, before joining Harvey Kirk on CTV’s National News, Canada's most-watched news team.

  • Neufchéteau Musician

  • Flemish actor (Central Station).

  • French composer, arranger, and conductor. He is best known for his work with chansonnier Jacques Brel. He was the music director of the 1975 film Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Still Living in Paris.

  • American priest astronomer, theologian

  • American-English screenwriter and producer of director producers

  • French journalist and author, most well-known as a publisher for leftist books in 1970s.

  • Scottish novelist and poet. His second wife was Lisa St Aubin de TerA!n de TerA!n (by whom he had Alexander Morton George MacBeth). George MacBeth was killed by motor neurone Disease on February 16, 1992.

  • NFL Hall of Fame linebacker (Detroit Lions).

  • English singer-songwriter (d. 2008)

  • Tippi Hedren

    American actress, ex-fashion model and animal rights activist.

  • British businessman, and CEO of Great Atlantic Tea and Pacific Tea, a retailer food marketeer. Wood holds a Bachelor of Business degree and is an active manager at a UNICEF affiliate.

  • South African cricketer (d.2011)

1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on January 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • Belgium -- Actor (Straight Time Georgia, Falling in Love).

  • French film historian, critic, writer, and teacher of filmmaking

  • Yugoslav-Serbian prince, the second son of the sovereign of the then Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (later the Kingdom of Yugoslavia), Alexander I (1888–1934) and Queen Maria (1900–1961). He died after five years of illness on 12 July 2000.

  • Japan; Zen teacher, Shunryu Suzuki associate.

  • French philosopher and political commentator. He was part of the resistance during WW II. Revel was a professor and literary advisor at Juilliard publishing in 1960, and Robert Laffont publishing in 1965. He also founded and directed the LibretA(c), collection at J.J. Pauvert Publishing. He was a columnist from 1966 to 1978 and Director of laEUR (tm)Express newspaper between 1978 …

  • Providence, Rhode Island -- Actor. (Coach Ernie Cheers).

  • French author (d. 2006)

  • Carnarvon; English large-landowner.

  • Jean Stapleton

    TV Actress

  • Italian soccer player. He died in November 1978.

  • La Bresse physician

  • New York, USA: actress (Damn Yankees Klute Edith Bunker – All in the Family).

  • Guy Madison

    American actor who played the role of Wild Bill Hickock on TV and radio. After completing his college education and serving in the U.S Navy, he made his film debut in "Since You Were Away" in 1944. He also appeared in "The Command," 1953 and "Last Frontier," 1956, as well as "Gentleman of the Night" 1963.

  • Liverpool, England -- Director (Casino Royale).

  • California, United States -- Actor ("Wild Bill Hickok")

  • English painter and educator

  • Villeurbanne physician

  • Peruvian diplomat and politician 135th Prime Minister

  • 36th President of Argentina, Argentinian politician (d. 2015).

  • Peruvian United Nations Secretary-General

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on January 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • United States -- Publisher (Negro Digest Ebony Jet, Ebony Jet)

  • Businessman

  • American entrepreneur. He founded Johnson Publishing, Ebony magazine and Jet magazine. He also built a multimillion-dollar cosmetics business and insurance empire all from $500 borrowed.

  • Italian film director and screenwriter. His most successful films are comedies.

  • British politician, writer and publisher.

  • composer.

  • American astrologer. She was a Dallas chiropractor who studied and taught astrology. She joined AFA in September 1976. Louise Liverman Rice, and Sandra Liverman Davis, were also active in astrology.

  • Santa Ana Actor

  • French prelate of Roman Catholic Church, who was one the oldest living bishops and one the oldest French bishops at his time of death.

  • Brooklyn, New York -- Orchestra leader (Andy Williams Show)


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on January 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • British journalist and author, born in France to a French father and mother. His 1957 short story, "The Fly", is his most well-known. It was the basis of two sci-fi/horror movies in 1958 and 1986 and an opera with the same title in 2008.

  • Russian mathematician (d. 1971)

  • Russian mathematician, theorist (d. 1971).

  • Norwegian painter. His paintings are known for their calm and serene quality. Telemark sceneries are his most popular. Tinius Nagell–Erichsen, a journalist and publisher, was his uncle.

  • Nontron physician

  • Italian pro-cyclist who participated in the Olympics in Amsterdam, 1928. Grandi died at age 66 on April 23, 1973 in Caracas, Venezuela.

  • American race car driver, sailor, and businessman (d.2003)

  • London, England -- Actress (Invitation To The Waltz).

  • Norwegian resistance fighter and leader for Milorg during World War II

  • French Resistance worker who used several pseudonyms: aEUR" Emma FranASSoise Madame Royale Mademoiselle Flaubert Madame Bertrand.

  • Aubervilliers Military man

  • Seattle, Washington -- Radio singer (Show Boat and The Swift Show).

  • Painter

  • Official of the government / Newspaper publisher / CEO (Houston Post).

  • British-born Australian film producer and director, as well as administrator (d. 1991).

  • American publisher and politician. She was a child reader of her father's legal documents from childhood. She was already a Texas House of Representatives parliamentarian at the age of 20, and she became a Texas State Legislature candidate at the age of 24. She joined the WAACs in 1942-1945, and was promoted to Major and then Colonel. She was named …

  • Psychologist

  • Hummert radio pioneer.

  • Hungarian musician, who composed over 700 works and was frequently called "the soul Liszt". At age eight, he was a pianist prodigy and took Carnegie Hall by storm. He was a rebel, sleeping in subways by 1925. He was 75 years old when he again achieved international fame.

  • Beit connoisseur.

  • German composer (Purloined letter), dies at 72.

  • She was a French tennis player and was the runner-up in the 1930 French Open tournament.

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