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

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2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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

  • After the NATO had liberated Bosnia, Sarajevo was reunified. The NATO forces started to fly from Gorazde, just as Gorazde appeared to be falling.

  • An Australian actress, best known for her role as Sophie Ramsay (2009-2013), in the Australian soap opera Neighbours. In the third series "The Saddle Club", she played Jess Cooper (2008-2009). Jones directed and wrote a short film called "Coping" that was shown at Tropfest 2013. She is now part of the "Party Tricks" miniseries.

  • Austrian tennis player

  • Pop Singer

  • Corbin Bernsen and Amanda Pays have twin sons

  • American family of note, including brother Henry, twin sons Corbin Bernsen (wife Amanda Pays) and Amanda Pays (daughter).

  • YouTube Star

  • Pop Singer

  • American family with brother Angus. They are the twin boys of actor Corbin Bernsen (and his wife Amanda Pays). Oliver, their older brother, is almost three years old.


1989 - 1980

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

  • American professional wrestler

  • Wrestler

  • Brazilian film director and musician (CSS).

  • American homicide victim. He was killed in a drive-by shooting at Inglewood, CA on July 2, 2003, around 8:30 AM. He died in Inglewood at 9:15 am. He was a truck loader, and he is not believed to have been a member of a gang. 2004 remains the year in which the crime was not solved. His companion was also …


1979 - 1970

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


1969 - 1960

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

  • American screenwriter and actor

  • American author and composer

  • American voice actor, writer, and animator at Pixar. He worked behind the scenes for films like Ferngully: The Last Rainforest, Toy Story, A Bug's Life, Toy Story 2 Monsters, Inc., and WALL-E.

  • American composer and graphic artist

  • American wrestler (d.2009)

  • Finnish magician

  • He is a French musician and composer. Their 2008 album, Deep Brazil, was released. It was followed in 2008 by Deep Africa. Mouquet and his group combine rhythms from the country to which they belong with a spiritual, modern approach.

1959 - 1950

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

  • American pro-football coach

  • French road bike racer. He is the brother to former professional cyclists Pascal, FranASSois and JA(c).rA'me Simon. The 1985 Tour de France was won by RA(c]gis Simon.

  • Havanna, Cuba -- Daughter Of Fidel

  • Russian politician and economist First Deputy Prime Minister (d. 2009).

  • Russian politician, PM for six months in Russia during 1992, grandson of popular soviet author a. Gaidar.

  • Bruce Willis

    American actor. He was a relative unknown talent when he was cast as a wisecracking, suave detective in the TV series Moonlighting. In 1985, he became a celebrity. He won an Emmy in 1992 for his work on the show. He wore a permanent smirk as he moved into tough-guy roles in "Die Hard," 1988, and "Die Hard Two," 1990.

  • Italian singer-songwriter and guitarist. His influences included blues, pop, jazz, Italian and Middle Eastern music.

  • Simon Yam

    Hong Kong producer and actor

  • Politician

  • New Jersey, USA; actor (Moonlighting, Die Hard).

  • French businessman and Chairman of Pierson Capital Group, a company that specializes in real estate development, transportation infrastructure, and oil services in Africa and Latin America.

  • He is a Portuguese-born humorist, best known in Portugal for his TV appearances. He is also the son of a German woman and a German man. Although he started his career singing, he did comedy skits. In 1976, he was invited to join a fellow comedian's show.

  • South Korean football manager

  • Indian educator

  • American journalist and author

  • American writer and therapist. He is the author of "Celestine Prophecy," the number one international bestseller in 1996. RedfieldaEUR(tm), who published this book with its message on human spiritual awareness in adventure parable format, was his first publication. It remained on the New York Times bestsellers list for over three years. It was self-published and sold 100,000 copies within the …

  • German choreographer, soloist, and dancer. She studied at the Essen Folkwang School in Germany and with Martha Graham in New York. She was a soloist with Wuppertal Dance Theatre 1973-1979 and played lead roles in many Bausch ballets, including "Fritz" 1973.

  • Filipino archbishop

  • American student of Astrology since May 1973. In April 1978, she became a professional astrologist.

  • Belgian jazz saxophonist, flutist. He was born in 1950. He attended Berklee College of Music, Boston in the middle of the 1970s. Houben, with Henri Pousseur, created the jazz seminar at LiA"ge conservatory's LiA"ge conservatory upon his return to Belgium. He played with many musicians over his long career, including a.o. Joe Newman and Bill Frisell, Toots Thielemans. Chet Baker, …

1949 - 1940

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

  • Glenn Close

    American actress, born to a surgeon and a 12th-generation New Englander who was raised on a 500-acre family estate. Glenn was the second child of four. Although her ancestors helped to found the town in late 17th century, her immediate family avoided the country clubs and yacht crowds and raised the children without the help of nannies. Glenn was a …

  • Brazilian coach and footballer

  • English real estate developer / multi-millionaire

  • jockey (Hialeah Park).

  • American singer. One of four sisters. They made their mark across all genres, from country to pop, country, jazz, pop, R&B singers, songwriters, and even country. Ruth, Anita, 1946, Bonnie, 1953, and June 1954 were the girls who began singing with their older brothers in the choir at an Oakland church, where both their parents were ministers. Their parents were …

  • Rock guitarist (Zombies – "Never Even Thought")

  • French politician, MP, member the Citizens' Movement and Republican and Citizen Movement.

  • Spanish screenwriter and director (d. 2013).

  • American serial killer, found guilty of 18 murders in the first degree on 5/12/1989. He is also suspected to have murdered as many as 67 people. The sadistic mutilation and torture murders of male Caucasians aged 17-25, with similar physical characteristics, were committed by him. They included being strangled, shot, killed, decapitated, burned, having body parts removed or having foreign …

  • Robert Kennedy was violently opposed by an Israeli assassin. He shot him to death in Los Angeles, CA on 6/05/1968. He was sentenced to death after being convicted of murder and five counts each of assault on five other people. His death sentence was converted to life imprisonment in 1972. He was born in Jerusalem and raised as a Christian. …

  • From 1994, a North American politician, lawyer and Prime Minister of Belize. After holding the positions as Senator, Attorney General, Minister Education, Sports and Economic Development in 1994, Musa is now the third P.M. of his country.

  • Seoul, South Korea -- Cellist (Chung Sisters)

  • Composer

  • He is an Italian economist, politician, and professor. He was elected Prime Minister in November 2011, after Silvio Berlusconi, the country's financial crisis-era leader, had resigned.

  • Artists from Point Rayes Station

  • French notable family, the wife politician Edouard Balladur.

  • English sculptor

  • Brazilian deputy minister and government official, possible candidate for Brazil's presidency 2002.

  • Nationally recognized Danish film director. Rex is a well-known filmmaker and multi-media artist. She has won prizes for poetry and her films.

  • American bassist Joy of Cooking

  • American guitarist and singer-songwriter

  • American politician (Representative-Democrat-Minnesota).

  • French dramatist, playwriter and actress. Delay was elected to France's Academy in 2000 on December 14.

  • Lama Ole, a Danish buddhist teacher in kagyu tradition. Nydahl has been traveling the globe giving meditation classes and lectures since the 1970s. He co-founded Diamond Way Buddhism with his wife Hannah Nydahl (1946-197), a global Karma Kagyu Buddhist organisation of lay practitioners.

  • British food magnate / billionaire (Union International)

1939 - 1930

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

  • Ursula Andress

    Swiss actress and sex icon of the 1960s. She is known for her international films, including "The Loves of Casanova,"1954, and "She," 1964. She also starred in "Five Against Capricorn," 1972, and many more. After her marriage to John Derek, they remained close friends. She had an affair at 43 with Harry Hamlin, 28 years old, and they had a …

  • Danish singer

  • Burlington Resources is a multinational corporation that has a CEO and an American executive. Its interests include timberland, real-estate, mining, and hazardous waste. Private man O'Leary has a BA degree and MBA and loves to fly his private planes for pleasure.

  • Bougarber Journalist

  • American economist and CEO of Asarco, a producer of metals such as copper, zinc and silver, and is currently an American economist. Osborne graduated from college with an AB degree in Economics.

  • American economist and CEO of First of America Bank. This conglomerate of small-town banks has assets of over $13 billion. Smith holds a BS degree in Economics and frequently travels to the branches.

  • Philip Roth

    American author, educator and novelist who taught at Princeton as well as at Writer's Workshops. Roth is best known for his bizarre fiction "Goodbye Columbus", which won a National Book Award for fiction in 1969, and "Portnoy's complaint" in 1969.

  • Phyllis Newman

    American singer and actress

  • English admiral (d.2013)

  • France sport Champion

  • New Jersey, USA, novelist (Goodbye Columbus and Portnoy's Complaint).

  • Baron Peston English politician and economist

  • Politician

  • American football player who briefly played for the Chicago Cardinals, 1955. He was All-American 1951 and won praises at Princeton University during the 1950s.


1929 - 1920

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

  • Patrick McGoohan

    American-born British actor, best known for his roles in the TV series "The Prisoner", 1961-1965. He also played a NATO agent and Secret Agent. "The Prisoner" ran for 17 episodes. He was a stage actor and appeared in British films starting in the mid-50s. His films include "Zarak," 1955; "High Tide at Noon," 1956; "Life For Ruth," 1962; and "Ice …

  • Swiss author and theologian. Although he was ordained a Roman Catholic priest by the Roman Catholic Church in 1954, KA 1/4 ngaEUR (tm)'s controversial liberal views caused the Vatican to ban his teachings in 1979. His publications, which challenge traditional church doctrine include "Rechtfertigung. Die Lehre Karl Barths und eine Katholische Besinnung" (Justification: A Catholic Reflection and the Doctrine of …

  • English conductor and organist

  • New York, USA: actor (Number 6, The Prisoner, Secret Agent).

  • Italian filmmaker, known for his profound sensibilities and excellent visual sense, was hailed by "L'Estate Violenta".

  • French choreographer, ballet director, and dancer in ballet. F. Meylach taught him, and he joined the Nice Opera Ballet 455. In 1968, he started his own company and did a lot on TV.

  • American government official, Lieutenant General of the United States Air Force. He served as the United States' National Security Advisor under Presidents George H. W. Bush and Gerald Ford.

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  • Utah, USA. Lieutenant General (US Air Force/National Security Council).


1919 - 1910

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

  • Hungarian chess player (d. 1998)

  • American track and field champion and head coach for the 1968 United States Olympic Track and Field team, which won a record 24 medals, 12 golds and a record twenty four. Jordan, a Laguna Hills resident, died from cancer on February 5, 2009.

  • composer.

  • American actress, singer, and dancer (d.2012)

  • Romanian pianist (d. 50)

  • Irving Wallace

    American writer, who at one point had a worldwide readership of over 600 million people. He may have been one the five most popular contemporary authors. His novels, many of them adapted into movies, were the main reason for his immense popularity. His works include "The Chapman Report", 1960, "The Prize," 1962, and "The Fan Club," 1975. He also co-authored …

  • French surgeon, killed by two bullets at his clinic in Marseille on 5/18/1988 at 5:00 PM MEDT. Because he was competing for lucrative health markets on the French Cote d'Azur, gang crime was ascribed to him.

  • French comedienne and actress. She was 73 years old when she died in Clichy-la-Garenne (France) on August 30, 1989.

  • Actor English-Canadian (d. 2000).

  • Llupia Military man

  • Berwanger's first Heisman Trophy Winner (1935).

  • Mao Zedong's final wife. Jiang was also known as Madame Mao in the West. During her acting career, she was known as LA!n Pang and later on in her life by many other names. In November 1938, she married Mao in Yan'an and was the first woman to be elected first lady of Communist China. Jiang Qing is best known …

  • Actress (Peyton Place Dressed to Kill).

  • Canadian-American mathematician, theorist (d.81)

  • German General, considered to be the greatest pilot of the Luftwaffe. He was a glider pilot when he was 20 years old. In 1932, he flew for civil airlines. He flew around 300 missions during the Spanish Civil War, 1937-1938. He was a fighter pilot and met with the R.A.F. in 1940. He was awarded over 100 victories in squadrons. …

  • Australian-New Zealand politician and engineer Prime Minister of New Zealand (d.80)

  • Hamburg, Iowa -- Orchestra leader (Julius La Rosa Show)

  • American military officer (d. 1991).

  • Famous psychic of the early 20th century America.

  • Anokhin cosmonaut.

  • French professor emeritus in public law (both constitutional and administrative) and one of the most important writers of the 20th century.

1909 - 1900

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

  • German politician, who was arrested in West Berlin in 1955 for being a spy. He spent four years in prison. He was President of the Department for Constitutional Protection.

  • Argentinian footballer (d. 1990)

  • Louis Hayward

    Johannesburg, South Africa -- Actor (Lone Wolf, Survivors)

  • Journalist

  • Argentinian footballer (d. 1990)

  • German Lieutenant Colonel in SS, who compiled a "doomsday list" of 11,000,000 Jews that was to be exterminated. He was considered a hero by Nazi Germany at the time. Eichmann was an unimaginable beast that went down in history. Eichmann escaped in 1945, and was pursued for many years. Eichmann was finally captured and faced a long trial that led …

  • Montaigut Military man

  • German Nazi architect, author, and at one point, the second most powerful man of Germany. He was an architect under Hitler and later became a Minister of Armaments and War Production. He wrote "Spandau:The Secret Diaries" during his 25-year imprisonment. It was published in 1976. Speer was married to six children.

  • Brest physician

  • American boxer, weightlifter and strongman (Born 1905).

  • Paris, France -- Set designer (Carousel Death of a Salesman).

  • Dutch diplomat, journalist and politician. He was the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), and was in office from 1951aEUR"1956 to post-WWII.

  • Philosopher

  • van Heuven Goedhart Dutch Ministry of Justice (Nobel Prize 1954).

  • French chemist. FrA(c]dA(c]ric Joliot–Curie and IrA”ne Joliot–Curie, a French chemist, shared the 1935 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for producing synthesized radioactive substances.

  • Roy Roberts

    Tampa, Florida -- Actor (Petticoat Junction, Lucy Show)

  • French physicist and Nobel laureate (d.58)

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