List of celebrities and famous people who were born on June 19th
Famous birthdays on June 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002008
Jamie Lynn Spears, a noted celebrity's child, and Casey Aldridge are the parents of an American child. Jamie Lynn Spears was just 17 when her child was born. Aldridge, however, was 19. Britney Spears is the maternal aunt of the child.
Famous birthdays on June 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901998
Atticus Shaffer is an American actor known for his role as Brick Heck on the TV show 'The Middle'.
Japanese actress and model
Courtney Miller is a social media personality known for her comedic content on Vine and later on YouTube as a member of the popular group Smosh.
English rapper and blogger
Dylan Playfair is a Canadian TV actor known for his role as Reilly in the TV series Letterkenny.
Russian tennis player
Famous birthdays on June 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American singer. She is the daughter of Vanessa L. Williams, actress and singer, as well as Ramon Hervey II, public relations consultant. Hervey's first single was released in 2012 by Lion Babe.
American football player
Japanese actress and singer (Sweetbox).
Japanese voice actress
American model Miss Florida 2009
American golfer, and well-known family member, Mallory Blackwelder is golfer. Mallory, a young girl in high school was named Miss Kentucky Golf (2004). She was then selected for the All-State Golf Team of Kentucky. Worth Blackwelder is her dad and an LPGA caddy.
She was a French biathlete and won 2 gold medals in the individual sprint and pursuit events at the world championships (7 March 2015 and 8 March 2015 respectively) and a bronze at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics (a Silver with the French relay).
American basketball player.
Jeremy Lenzo is a musician best known as the bassist for the rock band Mayday Parade.
American singer and actress
Australian singer and actress
American producer and actor
orchestra leader (Arthur Murray Party).
Dutch player in field hockey
Macklemore is a rapper known for his hit songs 'Thrift Shop' and 'Can't Hold Us', as well as for addressing social issues in his music.
English snooker player
Russian-Estonian actress and singer
Estonian basketball player
Guyanese squash player
Taiwanese singer and actor
Russian player in ice hockey
Northern Irish murderer
New Zealand swimmer
Saudi Arabian long jumper
South African-born Italian rugby player
American teenager killed in car accident, 9/22/1998 at 7:03 AM, Pembroke (MA). Three other girls, Erin and her car were driving them to school. Erin lost control of the car when it hit a section of rain-filmed roads. They then careened across the dividing line and into the path of a pickup truck. Colleen Clancy and Allison's sister died in …
Miss Utah Teen USA (1997)
American football player.
Manager and player from Scotland
Emiratie football player
Canadian ice hockey player
Famous birthdays on June 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Estonian javelin thrower
Burmese activist and monk
Omaha, Nebraska -- Gymnast (1996 Olympics)
Northern Irish boxer
German basketball player
Argentinian actresses and singers
Dominican baseball player
American football player
Romanian athlete (Born 1977).
Spanish-Dutch model and TV host
American football player
American producer and singer-songwriter
Turkish actor and singer
Running back (Chicago Bears).
American basketball player: Guard, Toronto Raptors and 76ers. He has also played for the 76ers and the Toronto Raptors.
Miss Universe - Italy (1996)
Defensive end (New England Patriots).
American baseball coach and manager
American voice artist and actor
Nâdiya is a French singer known for her hit songs and albums in the pop and R&B genres.
Soccer player (Willem II)
Japanese actress and singer (Morning Musume, Dream Morning Musume).
Wide receiver (Pittsburgh Steelers).
Argentinian actresses and dancers
British psychic and healer, who has appeared on two Lifetime Television shows. Williams is also the granddaughter of Frances Glazebrook (another British psychic).
Japanese baseball player
He is a comedian and actor from France. He won the Best Actor award at Cannes Film Festival 2011 for his portrayal as George Valentin in "L'Artiste". He and the movie won Golden Globe awards in 2012 early.
Swedish singer-songwriter (Refused AC4 Invasionen & The (International) Noise Conspiracy).
Abbotsford (British Columbia) -- Rower (1996 Olympics).
CFL defensive back (BC Lions)
CFL receiver (Montreal Alouettes)
Australian-American producer and actress
American actor. He has appeared in the soap opera "As the World turns"
American soccer coach and player
Russian race walker
Andre, a French drug addict, beat his father to death after threatening Andre 9/02/1994 at 1:02 AM MEDT. Trets, France.
French-American computer software producer, responsible for the sales of Nintendo Network and other video games. He was convicted of piracy and illegally reproducing computer disks.
Adrian and her wife won 148 million euros, making them the UK's second largest lottery winners. They lived in Suffolk at the time.
Italian male volleyball player who won a silver medal at the Atlanta Olympics on 8/04/1996.
Brian Welch is a guitarist known for being a founding member of the nu-metal band Korn and for his solo career in Christian music.
CFL cornerback (BC Lions).
American actress and singer
Australian field hockey player (1996 Olympics).
Indian politician, Vice President of Indian National Congress, and Chairperson of Indian Youth Congress and National Students Union of India.
Detroit, Michigan -- 400m runner
Singer and producer from Indonesia, Indonesian actress
NFL Guard (Miami Dolphins and Chicago Bears).
American footballer and sprinter
Famous birthdays on June 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American TV personality
American journalist and businessman
NBA forward / guard (Chicago Bulls).
Australian sportscaster and footballer
American actress (Born 1968).
American academic and philosopher
American basketball player: Bulls guard/forward
Chris Larkin is a British TV actor known for his role as Hermann Gottlieb in the movie Pacific Rim.
Argentinian actresses and singers
He is the most famous Norwegian cross-country skier. He won 8 gold medals at winter Olympic games. This was just behind Ole Einar Bjoerndalen.
Khalid Rahilou is a former Moroccan-French boxer known for his successful career in the welterweight division.
Singer and actor from the Philippines
English actor and director
Wrexham, North Wales -- Golfer (1991 PING-Cellular One-6th)
Belgian car designer
British Conservative Party politician who served as London Mayor since 2008. He was initially a journalist who first came to the attention of the public. In 1999, he became the editor of The Spectator and later, he served as the Member for Parliament.
American radio personality, host of a talk program on Boston's radio station WRKO. For calling a local politician "fag", he was reprimanded, and he was suspended from radio for two days. DePetro clarified that the politician was not homosexual, and that he did not mean it in the usual manner. However, he said that the pol was "sissy", and that …
Bruce Smith is a former American football defensive end who is best known for his career with the Buffalo Bills and Washington Redskins.
Laura Ingraham is a conservative political commentator and television host known for her show 'The Ingraham Angle' on Fox News.
Pilot and lieutenant in the English Rugby team
French sailor, professional solo skipper and instructor.
American singer with Syrian-Brazilian-French-Canadian ancestry. She was born in North Hollywood and was involved in community theatre at seven years old. At ten, she was a tap dance and jazz student. She was awarded a scholarship by Bell Lewitzky Company and was a Cal State Northridge student majoring in TV and radio studies. She was also a member the Los …
English tennis player
English critic and author
Russellville, Kentucky -- Canadian Tour Golfer (1991 Quebec).
California, USA; singer/choreographer (Straight Up).
Producer and actor from the Philippines
Laurent Gamelon is a French actor known for his work in film, television, and theater.
Hollywood, Florida -- Golfer (Mexican Amateur champion 1980)
Heavy metal drummer (AC / DC).
English singer-songwriter and producer (The Union Terraplane and Thunder).
Famous birthdays on June 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
She is a French politician of Spanish heritage, and was born in Lyon. She was elected Paris Mayor in March 2014.
German politician and President of Germany between 2010 and 2012. Wulff, a German politician, was elected President of Germany on 17 February 2012. He is now facing possible prosecution for corruption allegations relating to his previous service as Prime Minister of Lower Saxony.
American singer-songwriter and trumpet player (DeBarge).
Russian-American ice hockey coach and player
Belgian liberal politician. From 1995 to 2011, he was a senator and is still a member the Brussels Regional Parliament. Destexhe is a member the liberal Reformist Movement, and represents Belgium at the World Economic Forum. Nova Civitas awarded him the Prize of Liberty in 2006. From 1991 to 1995, he was Secretary-General at MA(c)decins Sans FrontiA"res and President from …
She was the Swedish Foreign Minister and was attacked in a Stockholm department store on September 10, 2003 at 16:10. According to newspaper sources, she died on September 11th, 2003 at 5:29 am in Stockholm.
Norfolk, England -- Rower (1996 Olympics).
American journalist and author
Italian actor, who graduated from the Piccolo Teatro acting school in 1981. Gabriele Salvatores is his main association. They worked together on stage as well as in movies, including in Marrakech Express, Mediterraneo, and other parts of the world. He is active on stage as well as on television and is also a mime.
American actor and singer
American guitarist (38 Special).
Scottish broadcaster on radio and TV. Cola started his radio career as a broadcaster, before moving to Channel 4 in 1982 as an announcer. Cola transitioned seamlessly into television as a presenter, interviewer, and host of quiz shows.
American politician and lawyer
New Zealand runner
American notable family, the son Robert Taylor and Ursula Thiess.
Solicitor General of England and Wales for English Lawyer and Politiker
American sportsman. He was a Major League Baseball infielder. He played 12 seasons (1975aEUR'1985 and 1987), for four teams, 10 seasons with the San Francisco Giants. He threw and batted right-handed.
Italian singer, most successful in the 1970s.
(Rep-D-Tennessee, 1983- )
French radio and television journalist who specializes in rock music. He was editor in chief of the magazine MA(c)tal Hurlant', and has been editor of the music monthly Rock & Folk' since 1993. He has been part of the jury for M6's reality series 'Nouvelle star' since 2008.
English drummer (AC/DC Dio, UFO).
US keyboardist (Earth, Wind & Fire).
English television host and doctor
American keyboard player, songwriter and producer (Earth Wind & Fire).
French politician (socialist party), former cosmetic surgeon, who, up until his appointment as Junior minister for the Budget at the Ministry of the Economy, Finance and External Trade by President FranASSois Netherlandse on 16 mai 2012, was a member of the National Assembly of France, where he represented the third constituency of Lot-et-Garonne for the Socialist Party.
Virginia Hey is an Australian actress known for her roles in the television series Farscape and the Mad Max film The Road Warrior.
Secretary of State for Defence in England: English politician
Bin Laden's most trusted adviser and the one responsible for the terrorist attacks on the United States on 9/11/2001, an Egyptian terrorist. Al-Zawahiri (the Base) is widely considered to be the intellectual and ideological driving force behind Al Qaeda. Al-Zawahiri is known to have been involved in terrorist activities dating back to the assassination on 10/06/1981 of Anwar Sadat. He …
California, USA; singer (Heart-"What About Love?").
American rock singer who was also the leader of "Heart" with her sister Nancy. The group debuted in 1972 and all the music magazines were enthralled by them as they were rock musicians. In the 1980s, rock was more popular among women.
Rony Brauman is a French doctor, humanitarian, and essayist known for his work with Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders).
American historian and archaeologist
Italian television and film actor is primarily well-known in Europe.
San Diego, California -- Actress (Shining season)
Famous birthdays on June 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American screenwriter and producer, Aaron Ruben's adopted son. Andy and Katt Shea were the screenwriters and producers of several films. Drew Barrymore's "Poisonivy" was one of them. Katt directed "Dance of the Damned." He has spent his entire life in motion picture production. Early memories include being on "The Sgt. His father directed the Bilko Show, which he also remembers. …
Springfield, Missouri -- Actress (Romancing The Stone).
Burmese-English singer-songwriter (d. 1974)
American actress. She is known for being cool and unflappable compared to Debbie, her younger sister, who was a wild, lively child, outgoing, and defiant. Both were gifted as children, but they did not reach their peak on TV until after the Saturn Returns.
He was a French rugby player who later became a coach. Two books that were not related to rugby were published by him (not translated into English).
Austrian skier and 1966 world champion. Schinegger, who was born as a girl, was intersexual with male sexual genitalia. She was raised in a mountain village in south Austria and began skiing as soon as she could walk. She won numerous races and set records before moving into the Olympic category.
English businessman and accountant
Indian writer and Moslem, who was condemned by the Ayatollah in Iran, along with the death sentence he received on 2/14/1989 for his 1989 book, "Satanic Verses." He was accused by the Muslim community of blasphemy for certain parts of his book. This created such a storm that a death sentence was issued on him. The publicity made him a …
French politician, who served as deputy mayor for Caen from 2008 to 2014.
Canadian philosopher and author
Texas, USA; actress (Clair-Bill Cosby).
French jockey who won six Cravache DaEUR(tm), Or: 1970 (117 victories), 1971 (132 wins), 1973 (103 wins), 1972 (103 Wins), 1980 (122 Wins), 1982 (133 Wins), 1982 (133 Loss), 1984 (135 Wins).
Manager and English footballer
Baron Jay of Ewelme English diplomat and politician British Ambassador to France
Burmese politician who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize
Montenegrin psychiatrist, Montenegrin poet, and Montenegrin doctor of medicine, was a friend and war buddy to Milosovic. The War Crimes Tribunal at the Hague issued a warrant for his arrest in 1999 for his involvement in the ethnic cleansing in Kosovo.
French writer, and official legal advisor to government. FranASSoise Chandernagor, Attorney-General of the Council of State (the highest court for administrative justice) authored the 1991 report.
Serbian-Bosnian politician and psychiatrist 1st President, Republika Srpska
He is a Canadian actor who has performed on the American, Canadian, and English stages, as well 33 Stratford Festivals. He starred in "Bent", "Dracula" & "Something Red" in Toronto. He has also been awarded the Queen's Silver Jubilee Medal as well as the Tyrone Guthrie Award.
An English singer, songwriter, and musician. He was also a keyboardist, and a founding member the British progressive rock band Camel. Andrew Latimer wrote his songs and Bardens played the organ, piano, synthesizers, and mellotron. Bardens recorded solo albums and worked with Mick Fleetwood, Rod Stewart and Van Morrison during his career.
American politician, a U.S. Senator and business executive. Kasten was educated at the University of Arizona, and received his M.B.A. degree from Columbia University. He served in the Air Force up to 1967.
Brazilian producer and actress
(Sen-R-Wisconsin, 1981- )
New Zealand producer and director (d.2010)
McFarlane, rocker (Spanky and Our Gang – "Lazy Day")
Dutch actor and producer (d.2007)
Director, National History Museum, London
American musician, a member of the group "Spanky and Our Gang" and later of "The Mamas and the Papas," big folk rockers of the '60s.
Czech politician and economist 2nd President of Czech Republic
New York, USA. Actress (Victoria-Maude).
Czech politician and economist. Since 2003, he is the second president of the Czech Republic. From 1992 to 1997, he was the Prime Minister of Czech Republic.
Filipino Supreme Court jurist
Drag racer (1st woman Top Fuel Champ)
American race car driver
English actor and singer (d.2013)
Famous birthdays on June 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
"Blind Owl", guitarist/vocalist (Canned Heat), has died at 27
Mississippi, USA: soul singer (The Snake Show and Tell, Count The Days) (died 2008).
Brits Lieutenant General/Minister of Defense
Italian industrialist and founder of surgical instruments. He was also the president of his company. Falck was chairman and an executive board member for six Italian companies, as well as an advisory member for Apple Computer S.p.A. (Bankers Trust Company).
Canadian politician and educator
Architect (5 architects)
Canadian cinematographer and director
Screenwriter and actor from Australia
French philosopher and author (d.2015)
French philosopher, activist and writer. He is the son of Ashkenazi Jewish parents, from Austria-Hungary. Member of the French new philosophy.
French ski champion. He passed away on the 7th of August 2012.
French Catholic priest, bishop emeritus de Le Havre since 2011.
American singer (Shirley & Company) (d. 2005)
American actresses and sopranos
American singer and musician
Wisconsin, USA; actress (Gloria Tempest, Brinks job).
Montclair, New Jersey -- Rock vocalist for Four Seasons-Sherry
Haitian politician, 12th Prime Minister of Haiti
She is a well-known actress and dancer, who is also considered one of the most important main acts in the world. Buddy Day, the owner of Bin-Bam-Bum in Santiago, Chile gave her the chance to be a star in his theatre. Despite her diminutive stature, she was a sexy performer and was well-known for her enthusiasm on the stage. After …
Cambria (Wisconsin) -- Actress (Gloria Tempest, Brinks job)
British diplomat and soldier in Iraq
Canadian anthropologist and academic (d.2006)
Cosmonaut (Soyuz-11-landing accident), is killed at 38
Polish javelin thrower (d.93)
American astrologer. He was active in the San Diego Astrology Society over many years and is a Board Member since November 1990. Richard was a geography doctor and taught at several colleges during his entire career. He lived with his parents in El Cajon and did some consulting work as well as a few lectures. Precession-corrected solar and fractional returns …
English actress (Mavis Coronation Street)
Italian family with a twin sister, Pier Angeli. Her father died in 1950 and she moved with her family to Hollywood, where her twin brother had already made a name for himself in filmmaking. She was a gentle, dark-skinned beauty who was also cast in "Drum Beat" 1954 and "Solomon and Sheba" 1959. In 1955, she was the best-known role …
Anna Maria Pier Angeli was an Italian actress known for her roles in Hollywood films during the 1950s.
Spanish illustrator and author (d. 2011).
Italian-American actress, who made a promising debut in Rome with "Domani E Troppo Tardi", which won the Venice Film Festival Best Italian Film Award. After making an impact in Rome with Teresa, she moved to Hollywood and landed a few roles on the screen.
The Scottish playwright and poet, he is considered a literary icon. Many believe that Buchan was not given the respect and credit he deserved by Scotland's literary community. Buchan was made senior lecturer in English, Drama, and English at Clydebank Technical College in 1968. In 1973, Buchan became editor of "Scottish International" magazine. He established the career for Billy Connolly …
English large landowner
American actress. She is a bright blonde star on TV, stage and screen. In 1956, her Broadway success in "Middle of the Night" led to her film debut in "The High Cost of Loving" two years later. Her roles were often infrequent, but they were memorable. She became most well-known for films directed and produced by John Cassavetes.
Manx academic and sculptor
French politician (d. 2001).
Famous birthdays on June 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Swiss-French statistician and psychologist. Although she was skeptical about astrology, she started working with Michel Gauquelin in 1954 before they were married. They had one son together, before a bitter separation in 1982 and a divorce in 1985. With their contributions to astrology, the Gauquelins were the most well-known names in the field. FranASSoise is an author of books about …
French journalist and writer, born to an Austro–Hungarian father (and a British mother). He is also the father of the demographer Emmanuel Todd.
French film critic and journalist, who died 7 November 2011.
French champion cyclist, who won an Olympic Gold Medal in London in 1948.
French banker, chairman of Credit Francais International S.A.
German author (d. 1991)
American politician (d. 2006)
English screenwriter and producer of actors (d. 2002).
Anneliese Rothenberger was an operatic soprano from Germany who performed internationally between 1943 and 1983. Her lyric coloratura repertoire was her specialty, and she was admired for her renditions of Richard Strauss and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Editore is an editor and publisher from Italy. He was a funder of research in economic and political history.
French politician who was Housing Minister under the former French President FranASSois Mitchell. He was also a Socialist member in the French Senate for Puy-de DA'me, first from 1974 to 1981, then again from September 1986 until 1998. From 1973 to 1998, he was Clermont-Ferrand's Mayor. Albert Camus was a close friend. He committed suicide in July 1998.
British comic (Plank Rhubarb Rhubarb Splish Splash).
South African Secretary General ANC (1969-19)
David Scott is a British priest known for his work in promoting interfaith dialogue and understanding.
American businessman (d.2006)
Italian-American wrestler and football player (d. 2000).
Australian footballer and coach (d.2012)
German football manager
Bohr, Denmark; physicist/study of the atomic nucleus (Nobel Prize 1995).
Danish Nobel Prize laureate in Physics and Academic Nobel Prize (d. 2009).
American diplomat and educator, 8th Ambassador of the United States to Togo
French television and film actor. He is best known for his sultry roles in many Hollywood films including The Paradine Case (1947), Letter from an Unknown Woman (48), Gigi (1958), The Best of Everything(599), The V.I.P.s (1963), and Octopussy (1983). In the BBC television series Count Dracula (1977), he played Dracula.
American military, Major General. He was the director of the US Defense Intelligence Agency. He died 29 January 1994.
(Sen-D-Alabama, 1979- )
Dutch artist / painter
American actor and director. Robert worked in many different roles before he made his stage and screen debuts in 1942 and 1949. He was a well-known light actor and support player, often in pleasant roles. His first film was a short in 1951. He then directed his first feature in 1954.
French Navy officer during World War II. He was awarded the title of 'Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English Companion to the Liberation).
Famous birthdays on June 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American film critic, for more than 30 years. She is known for her "feisty and stimulating voice", which she first used in American movie criticism in the New Yorker in 1968.
Marseilles, France -- Actor (Gigi, Can-Can, Madame Bovary)
American politician, ex-jude and gubernatorial hopeful. Before entering private practice, he was California's Attorney-General in 1981.
American singer-songwriter (Lambert Hendricks & Ross) (d. 1966)
Zimbabwean guerrilla leader, politician Vice President of Zimbabwe (d.1999)
Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan was a spiritual teacher and the head of the Sufi Order International. He is mostly known for his teachings on meditation and mysticism.
Actor (Mr Haney Green Acres).
British-Indian spiritual teacher, author and guru. He was born in London and received his degrees from Paris University. He also did post-graduate work at Oxford as well as studies at L'Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris. His background in philosophy, psychology and music gave him the opportunity to combine the spiritual traditions of the East with the wisdom of the …
Belgium sport Champion
American science fiction and comic book editor (Born 1915).
American actor, Haney - Green Acres, dies from kidney failure at the age of 78 (born in 1915).
American politician and one of California's longest-lasting liberal Democrats. He was known for his poker-faced and fast style. He still ran for office in his 70s. His colleagues said that he was able to recall the voting records of all his past votes and had a computer in his head.
Swiss-English bishop and theologian (d. 2003)
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Foggy Mountains Boys and Nashville Grass). (d. 1979).
English politician and admiral (d. 2013).
American swimmer (d. 1970).
New York, saxophonist. (Words and Music).
Pennsylvania, USA; Television host (With This Ring).
American Astrologer, who joined AFA April 1968.
American high jumper
American actress and soprano (d. 2005).
American producer of Broadway plays and television and owner of production companies for TV. After beginning his Broadway playmaking career in 1936, he decided to move on to film production in 1945 and founded Michael Todd Productions. He partnered with Lowell Thomas in 1951 for Thomas-Todd Productions, and was one of the first partners of Cinerama Corporation. They founded Magna …
Ceylonese politician (now Sri Lanka), who was the second Prime Minister for Ceylon from 1952 to 1953 and then became prime minister twice more (21 March 1960 and 21 July 1960). (1965-1970). He was active in politics until his passing, following a long illness.
French actor on stage/film/tv, producer, and companion to actress micheline Boudet; screen 1929.
American lawyer and jurist (d.82)
English race car driver founder the Allard Company (d. 1966).
Famous birthdays on June 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
American professor of obstetrics. He passed away at Hollywood, CA, on October 28, 2002.
Japan -- Novelist (Tsugaru, No Longer Human)
Latvian basketball player (d. 1948).
Japanese actress (d. 1945).
France sport Champion
Baltimore, Maryland -- Actress (She wore a yellow ribbon)
Burdick (Senator-Democrat-North Carolina).
Canadian 10th General of Salvation Army
Swedish footballer (d. 1975)
French perfumer, the sons of Jacques Guerlain et AndrA(c),e Bouffet.
US actress, "Barefoot in Park", dies at 89
Czechoslovakia -- Actor (Fred-Nero Wolfe, Peter-Skag)
At 37 years old, the 1st baseman (New York Yankee) dies in ALS at Riverdale, New York
English cricketer and coach (d. 65)
American-French academic and sculptor (d. 1977).
German jurist (Born 1903)
French journalist, sub-editor for the newspaper Le Peuple, (The People), unionist film critic and writer. He died in Versailles on 25 March 1974.
Canadian musician and bandleader of "The Royal Canadians," which is a mostly family-oriented group. Lombardo, a well-known musician, was popular in the '30s & '40s. He started a tradition of welcoming in the New Year with the "sweetest music this side or heaven".
German publisher and author.
Orchestra leader (Auld Lang Syme).
French supercentenarian Olympe was ranked first after Suzanne Burrier's death on July 14, 2013, aged 112. Marie Brudieux, an elderly woman, was later discovered. After the death Marie, Olympe was made the French veteran again on 2 April 2015.
Estonian opera singer (d. 1997)
American author (d. 1986)
American novelist (d. 1986).