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

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2019 - 2010

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

  • Her parents are a French family of notables, Nicolas Sarkozy, the French President, and Carla Bruni, the model/actress. Bruni has two children; Sarkozy also has other children from previous relationships. She is the first child to a French sitting ruler since Napoleon.

2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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

  • American twins were born to Holly Robinson, a star of "Hangin' With Mr. Cooper", and Rodney Peete, an NFL star. Their father, a quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles, played Sunday afternoon before flying 2400 miles to be with his wife for the double-birth. After the overtime game was over, he was escorted by police to the airport. He barely made …

  • Rock Singer

  • American homicide victim, five-months old, died from blunt trauma to his head on the morning of 3/20/1992 between 8:00 and 9:00 AM. Jay was a child abuser with a history. Jay left Jay and the baby alone while his mom was at work. Jay was arrested the next day for Eric's murder.

  • American actor.


1989 - 1980

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

  • American blogger and neuroscientist

  • English footballer

  • Lithuanian figure skater

  • Movie Actress


1979 - 1970

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


1969 - 1960

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

  • American psychic and host of "Crossing Over With John Edward," a TV series in which he wanders among his viewers, sending messages from the dearly departed. The show is immensely popular and was syndicated in 180 countries in August 2001. Edward offers personal readings of half an hour for $300 and sells audiotapes as well as books. Naturally, CSICP denies …

  • Trey Parker


  • Roger Cross
  • Bolivian manager and footballer

  • Spanish producer and DJ

  • American notable daughter of President Jimmy Carter. Her family moved into the White House at age ten. She was an activist in politics by the 1960s when she attended Brown University. She was brought to trial along with 14 others for disorderly conduct and trespassing in connection to a protest at the university against CIA recruitment on 11/24/1986. She graduated …

  • She was a French infanticide victim. Their bodies were found in a freezer. Her trial began in France in June 2009. In 2006, the tragedy was widely reported. Jean-Louis, Jean-Louis, and their children (10 and 11 years old) were living in Seoul, Korea, where Jean-Louis was working. He had just returned from a vacation in France with her and their …

  • English television presenter

  • Japanese composer and pianist (Alph Lyla).

  • American producer and rapper (Ultramagnetic Music MCs Analog Brothers, Masters of Illusion).

  • of Belgium

  • Belgian royalty, the third and youngest child of King Albert II and Queen Paola. His siblings are Philippe and Astrid. He received his secondary education in Antwerp prior to beginning military training in 1980 at the Royal Cadet High School in Laeken. He attended the Royal Military Academy during the mid-1980s. A skilled helicopter pilot and combat diver, the Prince …

  • NFL Guard (NO Saints).

  • American baseball player. He is a pitcher for Kansas City Royals. After being traded from the Oakland A's-affiliated minor league organization, he was signed by the Los Angeles Dodgers. Belcher was a minor-league player for three years before he was called up to the majors.

  • Tracy Griffith
  • Australian rugby player and coach

  • Actress

  • Rocker (Voice of Beehive-Let it Bee)

  • American professional baseball pitcher who pitched in the All-Star Games for the National League in 1988 and 1989. He attended Chabot College, CA. and was then selected on the 21st round free-agent draft pick by the N.Y. Mets. However, he did not sign with them. The Philadelphia Phillies picked him 1/09/1979. He was placed on the invalid list from 1981-1982 …

  • Japanese footballer

1959 - 1950

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

  • Italian politician and writer, elected leader of Democratic Party in 2009. He published his first book in 1985, a non-fiction work. That same year, he began his legal career. He published his first novel in 2006, followed by another one the following year.

  • Drive-in movie critic

  • Rock drummer / singer (Dike-Bleeding Heart)

  • English diplomat British Ambassador to Kazakhstan


1949 - 1940

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

  • American psychiatrist, psychotherapist, and co-director of The Cancer Counseling and Research Center, Dallas, TX. The three-phase training program she designed for cancer counselors is used throughout the country as a model. Her husband Carl and she co-authored "Stress, Psychological Factors and Cancer" as well as "Getting Well Again".

  • French script writer and filmmaker of documentaries

  • Musician

  • Italian illustrator and author

  • French politician, who served as National Secretary of France's Communist Party (PCF), 1994-2001 and President of the PCF 2001-2002. From 1997 to 2002, he was a deputy in the National Assembly of France. He has been a member of the Senate of France ever since 2004.

  • English academic and author

  • Peruvian Tenor, especially associated with Mozart and Rossini roles.

  • She is an English psychic medium, radio host, and author of six books. Her work has been published in more than 500 media publications.

  • Composer

  • John Lithgow

    American actor who can do comedy and drama. Lithgow, who is 6'4" and soft-spoken, can easily slip into any role he plays. He is the son of an actor and a producer, and began his stage career as a teenager. After majoring in literature and history at Harvard, he studied drama in England with a Fulbright Scholarship. He is the …

  • American singer-songwriter T. Rex

  • Nobel Prize laureate in academic Nobel Prize for Economics, a Scottish-American economist

  • American feminist attorney

  • French reporter, writer and assistant director. He is best known for the films Statu Quo (2003, Louis LumiA're (1968), and Tout le monde En parle (1998).

  • American attorney and author

  • Michael Gambon

    English actor (Singing Detective Paris at Night).

  • American singer-songwriter (The Earls).

  • Poland -- Light welterweight fighter (1964, 1968 Olympics - Gold Medalist).

  • Haitian politician and lawyer 8th Prime Minister of Haiti

1939 - 1930

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

  • Baron Morris of Handsworth Jamaican English union leader and politician

  • Actress

  • Dutch student leader

  • American CEO and administrator in charge of International Technology, an American hazardous waste company. Hutchison holds a BS from the Institute of Foreign Trade and a BA from the Institute of Foreign Trade.

  • Canadian swimmer, 5'2" and 119 lbs. She swam the English Channel in just 14 hours and 36 mins in 1955 when was 17. She was a swimmer since she was four years old and won awards starting at the age of 10. She and two other young ladies set out to swim Lake Ontario on 9/08/1954, an attempt that had …

  • German-American artist. He is a pop culture icon with his unique, exuberant, and psychedelic style. His vibrant art is drawn with felt pen or crayon and includes posters and designs of everything, from phone book covers to bubble gum wrappers. His posters are hung in galleries all over the globe and have been a part of a multi-billion dollar industry.

  • Baron Thomas of Macclesfield English politician and banker

  • Television producer/writer

  • New York, USA. Actor (Up Periscope and Splendor in The Grass).

  • Sylvia Browne

    American psychic and gifted woman who founded Nirvana Foundation for Psychic Research, in 1974. Sylvia's fascinating autobiography tells about her long association with Francine, her spirit guide. Francine is a South American Indian entity that took control of the girl's body at eight.

  • Educator/ President (Spellman college) / (Sen–D-KY).

  • New York, USA; actor (Ann Jillian Story, Hizzoner! ).

  • American actor and director

  • American civil rights activist (Born in 1936).

  • American singer. She is a beloved lyric soprano of her generation and one of the busiest. She sang with a smooth, richly-colored, powerful voice that was equally at ease with many composers. She has striking Mediterranean features and dark hair.

  • Rocker (Kingston Trio)

  • Chief of the Army Staff / President, Nigeria (1966-75).

  • Nigerian politician and general 3rd Head Of State Nigeria

  • Robert Reed

    American actor most well-known for his role as paterfamilias Mike Brady on the TV series "The Brady Bunch", a funny, corny, and endearing show that ran from 1969 to 1974. From 1961 to 1965, he was in "The Defenders" and "Mannix." He also played top roles in "Rich Man, Poor Man" and "Roots."

  • Illinois, USA; actor (Mike, The Brady Bunch and Nurse).

  • American accused of homicide and acquitted. She killed her father in an argument on February 8, 1947, and was acquitted on March 29, 47. She was also arrested for shoplifting on 4/16/1950. At 21 she inherited $100,000 from her father's estate.

  • Indiana, USA; actor (Pete Dixon-Room 222).


1929 - 1920

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

  • American voice actor and animator producer, Filmation Company was founded in 2013 by the Filmation Company.

  • Algerian-born pro soccer player for France and later for Algeria.

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  • Florence, Italy -- Actress (Masquerade Party).

  • Belgian artist, descendant of a Wallonian father and a Jewish Russian mother. He formed the art group Cobra with Christian Dotremont and Karel Appel, Constant Jan Nieuwenhuys, Asger Jorn, and Karel Appel. In 1951, he participated in both the Cobra and Constant exhibitions. He also went to Paris to study engraving at Atelier 17 with Stanley William Hayter. Since 1951, …

  • English businessman

  • American ballerina (Harkness Ballet).

  • George C. Scott
  • Belgium sport Champion

  • American homicide victim. He was a small-scale hoodlum who was the lover Lana Turner, until he was killed by her 14-year old daughter in Hollywood, CA.

  • Russian specialist / Journalist

  • Figure from the National Reorganization Process and a naval officer of Argentina (d.2010)

  • Bernard Hepton

    Bradford, England -- Actor (6 Wives Henry VIII)

  • Stains physician

  • Amon Carter Museum of American Art was founded by an American art collector (d. 2013).

  • Filipino basketball player and coach

  • American writer and astrologer. Mercury Hour referred to her as "Patty Perfect".

  • Since 1947, American newspaper journalist with hard-hitting exposes on corruption and scandal in high places. His "Washington Merry-Go-round", syndicated in 746 newspapers with millions of readers, was hugely popular on radio broadcasts and TV. Anderson was also the author and editor of political biographies.

  • It is said that the illegitimate daughter benito Mussolini's Italian family is a noted one.

  • George Nader

    American actor. Universal Studio's lead man in 1950. He is internationally known for his films in foreign countries over a decade. NaderaEUR(tm), who made films such as "Rustlers On Horseback," "Carnival Story" or "Six Bridges to Cross", is well-known internationally. On TV, he also played a variety of roles. Nader directed and produced "Walk by the Sea", a 1963 film.

  • American lawyer. Nixon's personal lawyer and main fundraiser. In 1967, he founded a law office. He had already collected more than $200,000 in money to pay off the Watergate burglars, according to John Dean. He was indicted and testified before Senate Watergate Committee 7/16/1973. Four days later, an oil company acknowledged that it had made a $100,000 corporate donation to …

  • Politician

  • Sweden -- Soccer player (1948 Olympics - Gold Medalist)

  • French thug involved in racketeering at Pigalle in Paris.


1919 - 1910

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

  • French educator and Professor at the Catholic University of Angers. He was the Figaro's religious columnist and devoted his time writing about Mother Yvonne AimA(c),e de Malestroit, a candidate for canonization.

  • Author and academic of Austrian-American oceanographer

  • American soldier lawyer and politician (d.2012)

  • French painter, architect, and artist.

  • French scientist and physician, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1980 with two other people for their work on antigens. He was a blood physiologist and received many other awards for his research. His research and studies helped patients live with transplanted organs better and furthered our understanding of the immune system, particularly in relation to autoimmune disorders. He …

  • Soviet pianist. He is widely regarded as one of the most important pianists of the 20th century.

  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania -- Actor (Edward Quartermaine - General Hospital).

  • American soldier activist and lawyer (d. 1986).

  • Germany Military man

  • Syrian-Egyptian actor and singer, oud player, and actor (d. 1974).

  • Norwegian radio personality, author, and theatre director. His encyclopaedic knowledge about Oslo was what made him famous.

  • American businessman, lawyer, and politician who was Secretary of State (1950-1952), and Attorney General (1953aEUR”1957) for Texas. Shepperd was active in opposing the Brown v. Board of Education decision that mandated racial integration of public school schools.

  • Italian writer. He was a novelist, short story writer and poet. He won many prizes. Pratolini is the most prominent exponent of Italian Neorealism.

  • Brazilian poet and composer, who wrote the lyrics to "Girl of Ipanema," which was a huge hit in bossanova. On July 9, 1980, he died from pulmonary embolism in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).

  • France -- Jai-Alai champion

  • Brazilian poet, playwright, and composer (d. 80)

  • French publisher and lexicographer (d. 1980).

  • Japanese field hockey player (d.2009)

  • Indian-American astrophysicist William A. Fowler won the 1983 Nobel Prize for Physics for their key discoveries which led to the current accepted theory about the evolution of massive stars' later stages. He is the reason that the Chandrasekhar limit was named after him. Chandrasekhar, the nephew of Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics 1930, …

1909 - 1900

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

  • Canadian-British actor, who was featured in numerous films and TV series. His career spans decades, from his 1939 appearance in "Footsteps in the Sand", to his final appearance in 1989 in the television movie "The Return of Sam McCCloud." He was a part of the television series "Dial 999" from 1957 to 1958.

  • French physicist and the first woman elected to the French Academie des Sciences in 1962. Marie Curie was her student.

  • French politician. He was a senator in Paris from 22 September 1968 to 14 Sept 1972.

  • Norwegian actor in theatre. He was the son Johan Halvorsen, a composer, and Anna "Annie", a composer's niece. He was the father comedian and musician Stein Johan "Steinjo” Grieg Halvorsen (b. 1975).

  • American scientist, chemist and crystalographer. According to the New York Times, he was "a pioneer in using X-rays for deciphering the structure of critical substances in cells' life processes". He was once married and had two children. He died 27 February 1991.

  • He was a Scottish homicide victim and was arrested on August 13, 1934. He admitted that his alcohol abuse had affected his mental health and was sentenced to a three-year term. In 1943, the neer-do well was again arrested for slashing and assaulting someone with a razor. He was convicted of another murder two years later on November 23, 1945. …

  • Norwegian civil servant and physician. From 1938 to 1972, he was Norway's Director-General of Health. He was co-founder of the World Health Organization and served as board chairman.

  • German coloratura lyric singer, opera singer, and interpreter German lieder. Berger started singing in a Dresden opera in late 1920s. She made her Metropolitan Opera (New York City) debut in 1949. She retired from opera in 1955 but continued recitals until 1968. She died June 14, 1990.

  • Australian baseball and cricket player (d. 1991).

  • Canadian ice hockey goaltender (d. 1957)

  • France sport Champion

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