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

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2009 - 2000

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

  • Alex Angelo is a DJ known for his music and performances.

1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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

  • John Green is a popular American TV actor known for his role in the hit series 'The Fault in Our Stars'.

  • Miss France 2009 was won by Miss France 2009, a beauty pageant titleholder and actress from France. She represented the Albigeois-Midi-PyrA(c)nA(c)es, a southwest region of France, and became the first winner of the Miss France beauty pageant to have dual citizenship, French and American. Mortaud was born in Mississippi and received US citizenship through her maternal grandmother, an African American …

  • Basketball Player

  • Lorenza Izzo

    American-Chilean actress


1979 - 1970

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

  • Caroline Fourest is a French journalist, author, and feminist known for her work on secularism, women's rights, and religious fundamentalism.

  • American screenwriter and director

  • Lifehacker was founded by an American blogger

  • Jimmy Fallon

    American comedian, actor, producer, singer, and musician. He is currently the host of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on NBC. This late-night talk program airs on NBC. He was a star in many films before that. His most notable roles were as a Saturday Night Live cast member from 1998 to 2004, and as the host of Late Night …

  • Singer and model from Sweden.

  • Skelleftehamn, Sweden -- Playmate (Dec, 1996)

  • TV Actor


1969 - 1960

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

  • American journalist and producer

  • American serial bomber and perpetrator of homicide, has pleaded guilty to bombing the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. The bombings killed one woman and left 111 others wounded. He also pleaded guilty for bombing two abortion clinics and a gay nightclub. He was then taken to North Carolina's Appalachian forests for five years. He pleaded not guilty after his arrest in Murphy, …

  • American criminal

  • Japanese mixed martial artist and wrestler

  • American country-western singer and musician. Her debut album, which featured three of her most popular songs, was released in 1991. Since then, she has released numerous additional albums.

  • Movie Actress

  • Kim Richards

    Movie Actress

  • American sportscaster

  • Mickey Mouse is a beloved cartoon character created by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks, known for being the mascot of The Walt Disney Company and for starring in numerous animated films and TV shows.

  • Alessandra Martines

    Italian ballerina, who was well-known for her showmanship. Also, actress.

  • English actor and guitarist (Pulp and Relaxed Muscle).

  • Alexandra Vandernoot is a Belgian actress known for her role as Tessa Noël in the TV series Highlander.

  • Estonian photographer and biologist

  • American restaurateur and chef

  • French engineer

  • French engineer and aerodynamicist

  • Fort Campbell, Kentucky -- Playmate (Nov, 1993)

1959 - 1950

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

  • He was a Canadian musician and gallery owner. In the 1970s and 1980s, he was a singer for the Canadian punk bank Viletones. In 1980, he married Lorraine Leckie. They later parted ways but reunited in 2009 as co-performers. Fleurs du Mal is his Toronto gallery.

  • Massachusetts, USA; US Army Captain/astronaut.

  • Professional basketball player from Greece-America

  • American political operative who was involved in the Dukakis campaign and became the executive director of The Democratic Governor's Association. Gearan, who is of Irish descent, is friendly, outgoing, and loved by his staff. He is also known for his loyalty. Gearan is a comedian with a great sense for humor. He also has the ability to see the absurd …

  • Argentine racing driver

  • Argentinian race car driver

  • Grazyna Szapolowska
  • American writer whose extraordinary first novel, "Leaving Losapas," was published on 1/07/1991. It was written by a Vietnam veteran who spent a few years on a Pacific Island, before returning to Massachusetts.

  • French genealogist.

  • American violinist and singer-songwriter


1949 - 1940

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

  • British famed model, actress and country-western singer. Extremely thin, with close cropped hair and three pair of false eyelashes, she became one of the highest and most sought-after models of the late '60s, making $250.00 per hour. Her beau and lover, Justin de Villeneuve, masterminded her career and she became dependant on him for eight years.

  • American singer and actor

  • American lawyer founded the Innocence Project

  • Jeremy Irons

    British actor on stage and screen. Irons is one of the most intriguing performers to have emerged in the past few years. He seems to be permanently doomed to portray the Englishman with the stiff upper lip. Irons was first noticed in Evelyn Waugh's TV adaptation. He also starred opposite Meryl Streep's in "The French Lieutenant's Woman", a Hollywood film …

  • American basketball player who played for eight seasons starting in 1970.

  • American actress

  • Director, actor, and musician from Moldova

  • American basketball coach. He is the leader of the Orlando Magic (1993aEUR”1997, 2005aEUR”2007), and the Vancouver Grizzlies (1997)aEUR”1999.

  • French economist, politician, engineer and economist, he was a former Member in the European Parliament and a member the French Green Party. However, he has been suspended from the party and is now an elected local politician in Val de BiA"vre. Paris, France.

  • German footballer

  • British actor with many comedy series credits. Elphick has performed more than 50 times in twelve years. His most recent work was on "Boon", which ran from 1986-1992.

  • English race car driver

  • London, England -- Rock drummer (Status Quo).

  • Actor (Ciske The Rat).

  • He was a French nutritionist who created the Montignac diet to lose weight. His family had a history of obesity.

  • American baseball player. He played his first major league game on September 11, 1968 with the Cleveland Indians and his last on October 1, 1970, as a member the Detroit Tigers.

  • Swedish politician

  • Lebanese-born Mexican businessman

  • Cass Elliot

    American singer, talented and overweight, who was a star with the group "Mamas and the Papas", which consisted of Elliot John and Michelle Philipps, and Denny Doherty. They were one of the first hippie rock groups to combine their voices with Elliot’s high-pitched contralto in hits like "Monday, Monday" or "California Dreamin". This group was formed between 1965-1968. Elliot was …

  • Belgian film director. He started his career at "RTBF" (Belgian Radio-TV). His costume dramas about music are his most well-known work. The Academy Award nominated two of his films, "Le maA(r]tre de musique" & "Farinelli", in the category: Best film in a foreign tongue.

  • Italian politician

  • Peter Horton

    Austrian guitarist, songwriter and TV presenter. He sang his first time in the 1950s with the Vienna Boys Choir. He moved to Germany in 1964 and studied singing in Stuttgart and later concert guitar.

  • England, United Kingdom -- Pentathlete (1972 Olympics).

  • American composer

  • American musician who teamed up with Bobby Hatfield to form "The Righteous Brother". Their close friendship began as two teens in Orange County. It was their first encounter that led to white soul. They were reunited in 1962 and had their first hit the next year. They signed with Phil Spector in 1964 and their song "You've Lost That Lovin' …

  • Canadian singer who was married to Sylvia in the duo "Ian & Sylvia" (1959-1974). She has been a solo artist ever since.

  • The Fashion and Textile Museum was founded by an English fashion designer.

  • English actress (d. 2012).

1939 - 1930

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

  • American football player

  • Swiss artist who paints situations, figures and processes that are impossible to find in the real world. Del-Prete aEURmaterializes a well-known psychological effect: the difference between aEURlookingaEUR (tm), which is the first glance of an observer, and aEURseeingaEUR (tm), when things are appreciated more deeply in the mind.aEUR (tm). aEUR" Abraham Tmir. Although they have different styles, techniques, and subject …

  • French teacher, history and geography teacher. He was a general councilor from 1970 to '76, and a political activist starting in 1982. He was the vice-president of many councils and a Socialist Party Congressman since 1978.

  • Astoria, New York -- Disco (1956-60, 64, 68 Olympics, Gold Medalist)

  • Irish fiddler (The Chieftains), (d. 2012).

  • Canadian ice hockey player (d. 2014.)

  • American athlete. He won four gold medals at Olympics (1956-60, 64, 64 and 68) in discus throw. This feat was only equaled by Carl Lewis (4 consecutive wins) in long jump.

  • English cider brewer/ Conservative Lower House leader

  • Newark, New Jersey -- Rocker (4 seasons-Sherry).

  • (Rep-R-Illinois)

  • American naval aviator (d.2003)

  • Influential Spanish talk radio host and commentator. Her views, which were generally viewed as conservative, had a great impact on the working class, middle class, and the ruling Governments of Spain at that time. Her coverage of political scandals such as the 1996 collapse of Felipe GonzA!!lez's government was well-known. She was awarded three Ondas Awards in Spain, which are …

  • British manager and discoverer of The Beatles, a band that became famous in the 1960s. Gay, he died from accidental drug overdose. 8/27/1967, London.

  • English politician and academic

  • Filipino politician, commonly known as Peping Cojuangco.

  • David McCallum

    He is a Scottish actor and musician. He is most well-known for his roles in The Man from U.N.C.L.E as Illya Kuryakin (a Russian-born spy agent), and as the interdimensional operative Steel on Sapphire & Steel. His current role as NCIS Medical Examiner Dr. Donald "Ducky" Mallard on the series NCIS.

  • Canadian journalist and author

  • French civil servant serving in various ministries since 1959: Assistant generaldirector, 1974; General director, 1976; President of B.N.P. (Paris national bank, 1979-82). He was the administrator of several companies, including AndrA(c), footwear, Galeries Lafayette and SociA(c]tA(c] GA(c]nA(c),rale, and the President of both the Peugeot Board of Directors (1984-97) and Citroen's 1983-97.

  • Brook Benton

    Singer (Just A Matter of Time) dies from meningitis in her 56th year.

  • New York, USA. Actor/director (The Longest Day. Psychic Killer).

  • French screenwriter, French director, French writer, French screenwriter and actor.

  • British Formula 1 car designer (Born 1931)

  • French journalist and author of 20 books, French journalist.

  • English actor (d. 1999).

  • Born in Britain while his parents were living in Germany, he is now a politician. He was a Member of Parliament and was elected to the House at the General Election on 6/11/1987.

  • Muhal Richard Abrams was an American composer known for his influential work in the avant-garde jazz movement, particularly as a co-founder of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM).

  • American pianist, composer and educator

1929 - 1920

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

  • Scottish politician and Member of Parliament from 1970 to 1993. He was an insurance broker and consultant by trade and kept his business interests alive throughout his life. McCrindle was knighted on September 15, 1990.

  • England, United Kingdom -- Manufacturer / multi-millionaire (Reckitt & Colman)

  • American politician and educator (d. 2014).

  • English large landowner / art collector

  • (Rep-R-New Jersey, 1981- )

  • American actor

  • Washington, USA: actor (Batman and Last Precinct).

  • Norwegian film writer, actor, and revue writer. He is most well-known for his role in "Stutum", a comic character who, from 1972 to 1994, used to call Totto Osvold at the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation.

  • American singer (Carter Family, The Carter Sisters). (d. 1998).

  • English actress

  • Norwegian botanist. He was the son Sigrun Berg, a textile designer. From 1965 to 1981, he was the University of Gothenburg's professor of botany. He was also a specialist in South-east Asian flora. He was made professor at the University of Bergen on September 1, 1981.

  • American singer/bass player (The Four Seasons & Four Lovers) (d.2000)

  • American actor (Born 1927).

  • British radio deejay. He was a regular panelist for the British music revue show, "Juke Box Jury", since 1959.

  • Jr. American academic and lawyer (d. 2013).

  • French resistance fighter. He was a happy, active child who was blinded when he accidentally hit his head against a desk at eight years old. He continued his education in Paris by Braille, but he retained his passion for life and inner joy.

  • Canadian comedian, writer, actor, comedian, and co-author of a musical. Harron was known for his quick wit and talent as an actor, whose repertoire included Shakespeare. He was the star of CBS TV's"Hee Haw," and was also radio host on "Morningside," 1977-1982. He also had his own series called "Don Harron Show," 1983-1985.

  • Indian composer and singer (d.2011)

  • American baseball coach and manager (d. 2014.)

  • Czech long-distance runner, best known for his three gold medals at Helsinki's 1952 Summer Olympics. Although he won gold in the 10,000m and 5000m runs, his last medal came when he decided to run in his first marathon. He was known as the "Czech Locomotive".

  • German journalist, politician and cabaret entertainer.

  • Czechoslovakia -- 5K/10K / marathon (1952 Olympics-Gold Medalist)

  • US songwriter / singer / pianist / arranger (Dominoes)

  • Brazilian philosopher theorist, and academic (d. 1997).


1919 - 1910

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

  • Lod?ve physician

  • Lun?ville Military man

  • Louisville Politician

  • Seattle, Washington -- Actress (Son of Fury Among the Living).

  • He was an American politician and official in government. He was Secretary of the Interior of the United States and Secretaray of Commerce of Commerce under Presidents Nixon, Ford and Johnson. He was named Chair of the Republican Party by Nixon in 1969. He held that position until 1971, when he was elected Secretary of the Interior. He was asked …

  • Frances Farmer

    American actress and "Miss Sex Appeal of 1937" leading lady. In 1935, she made her film debut with "Too Many Parents". She also performed on stage, radio, and movies. She was a maniac for self-destruction and began drinking, having affairs, parties, arrests, and engaging in rowdy behavior. Farmer got married to Leif Erickson on 02/08/1936, but the couple split when …

  • Romanian actress and singer (d. 1963).

  • American singer (d. 1998)

  • Sri Lankan banker (d. 1981)

  • French author and entomologist.

  • William Golding

    He was an English playwright, novelist, and poet. His best-known work is Lord of the Flies. In 1980, he was awarded the Booker Prize in Literature for his novel Rites of Passage. This book became his sea trilogy, To the Ends of the Earth.

  • Norwegian art historian. For more than 30 years, he was the Drammen Museum of Art and Cultural History's director. He also wrote several books on art history and local history.

  • Composer


1909 - 1900

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

  • Finnish playwright, novelist and short story writer. He is the most well-known author from his country. His book, "The Egyptian", was an international bestseller that was made into a Hollywood film.

  • French lawyer, politician and minister, French judge, judge, author, Resistance movement director 1942-45. Married once with one child.

  • Cuban-American flute player (d.87)

  • IsshinryA was founded by a Japanese martial artist (d. 1975).

  • Author and critic of French history (d. 2001).

  • Ohio, United States -- English Professor ($64,000 Question)

  • Danish author (Less bedtemor there jomfru).

  • Actor/director (Bad Company and Flesh), dead at 87

  • French naval officer, an admiral who commanded French navy forces in Far East starting from 1952; retired 1961.

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