List of celebrities and famous people who were born on May 20th
Famous birthdays on May 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102010
Alexander Windsor, Earl Of Ulster's daughter
Famous birthdays on May 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002005
British child of a noted actor, Kacey Ainsworth, known primarily for her roles in Eastenders" or Darren Hayes.
British daughter of famed family, BBC news presenter Sophie Raworth with her husband Richard Winter. The baby was 9 lb when she was born at Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals. 4oz.
British family of note, the son P.M. Tony Blair's wife Cherie and his daughter. The first child to be born in 150 years to a current prime minister. Leo, weighing 6lb 12oz, is the most well-known baby in Britain. He was born naturally after a lengthy labor.
Famous birthdays on May 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
English race car driver
Filipina actress and dancer
American figure skater
Filipino actor, singer, and dancer (XLR8)
American-Filipino surfer and actress
Famous birthdays on May 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Estonian singer-songwriter Malcolm Lincoln
Model and actress from the American-Filipino community
Latvian tennis player
Japanese singer and guitarist (Zone).
American basketball player.
American producer and actor
Irish singer and actor
Finnish serial killer who carried out the The Kauhajoki school shootout on 23 September 2008 at SeinA$??joki University of Applied Sciences, Western Finland. Ten people were shot and killed by him using a Walther P22 semiautomatic pistol. He then shot himself in the head. A few hours later, he died at Tampere UniversityHospital.
English road cycling racer. He won the 100th Tour de France 2013 after finishing second in 2012. He was the third child of Jane, who died in 2009. After his parents divorced, he moved to South Africa (with his father), who organizes safaris. He was a Johannesburg student and played squash, cricket, and rugby. He was nicknamed MoA-se for his …
Singer (3LW) and Actress
Jr., American basketball player
American football player
American singer-songwriter and bass player (The Start Line Person L, Vacationer).
Indian singer and actor
TV Show Host
American basketball player.
English singer-songwriter (Five)
American football player
Famous birthdays on May 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
American baseball player
Canadian politician, 35th Speaker of Canada's House of Commons
Brazilian jurist and academic
English radio and television host
French-born jockey, whose father, Patrice made a name in the world French handicap racing.
Miss Michigan Teen USA (1996).
German singer and actress (Spitting Off Tall Buildings).
Greek chess player
Czech pole vaulter
Actress (VI Warshawski Heartbreak Hotel, Heartbreak Hotel).
American porn actor and director
Venezuelan baseball player
Venezuelan-American baseball player
Japanese baseball player
Argentinian screenwriter and actor
Canadian producer and actor
American composer and keyboard player (Iris Stromkern, Five Musicians).
Spanish cyclist (d. 2006).
Spanish cyclist (d. 2006).
French shot putter, who placed fifth at the 2007 European Indoor Championships.
End tight (New York Giants).
French athlete, 36th best French sprinter.
A bronze medal winning Italian volleyball player with the Italian Men’s team at Atlanta Olympics, 8/04/1996.
French singer-actress, of Italian descent, was born to Georges Lunghini (composer) and to Christiane (paier), MarlA"ne Jobert’s sister.
Miss Italy 1989, Italian Beauty Queen
Rhymes, an American rapper, formed Leaders of the New School, in 1990. He released two albums before releasing his solo single "Woohah!" in 1996. Have You All In Check
French rugby player who plays as a wing for the French Rugby team 1999.
British television actress
Missouri, USA; 1.5km runner.
American race car driver
American notable family, the granddaughter Josef Stalin's father, was born to Svetlana Alliluyeva, Stalin's daughter, and Lesley Peters, a U.S. architect, who were married 1970-1972.
He is a French journalist and hosts the evening news TV "journal" at 19:30 on France 3; he also presents the TV game "Questions pour un Champion", succeeding Julien Lepers.
Dutch soccer player (NEC).
Czech triple jumper and coach
Angelhorn, Sweden -- Hockey forward (Team Sweden, Olympics - 1998)
Sweden; NHL left-wing (New York Islanders).
An English actress best known for her role as Chrissie Williams, a feisty ward sibling, in BBC's medical drama Holby City.
American basketball player and guard for the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Nepean, Ontario -- NHL defenseman (Anaheim Mighty Ducks)
Famous birthdays on May 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
in Argentina; tennis star.
American soldier and producer of wrestlers
American professional wrestler
American football player. He is a defensive end for Buffalo Bills. Hansen was signed by the Bills in 1991, after being selected in the second round. Hansen is the third Bills player to have 50 or more sacks. Hansen has been a part of three Super Bowls during his time with Buffalo.
Fijian rugby union, rugby sevens footballer
NFL wide receiver (Pittsburgh Steelers).
Germany's tennis star (1989 Futures Israel).
Greek royalty, son of the exiled King Constantine II and Queen Anne-Marie, and the Crown Prince. He earned an M.A. from Georgetown University School of Foreign Service and as the son of a deposed monarch, works as a fund manager in Manhattan, NY.
California, USA; actress (Facts Of Life).
English clarinet player and teacher
American journalist and author
Belgian actor, writer, and film director. He is best known for "The Giants".
TV Show Host
Cranston, Rhode Island -- Canadian Tour Golfer (NH Open-1992 & 93).
Texas, USA; actress (Audrey Ames-One Life to Live).
Washington, USA; pitcher (Saint Louis Cardinals and Toronto Blue Jays).
Canadian ice hockey player lawyer and sportscaster
He was a French athlete and won three medals gold at European championship, bronze at Olympics and silver at world championship with the French team (Marie Rose, Sangouma and MoriniA're).
Rhode Island, USA; Canadian Tour golfer (New Hampshire Open-1992, 1993).
Susan, an American criminal and the child of a convicted felon, was arrested 10/10/2002 for robbing Quincy's bank. Everett police plan to also charge her with bank robbery. Other police departments and FBI nickname her CharlestownaEUR(tm), Bonnie after Bonnie Parker, Bonnie and Clyde fame. Her style is described by her as "cool, calm and sometimes armed, but always brazen". Although …
He was a French sprinter from West Indies. He won a bronze medal with the French relay at the 1988 Olympics (world record), a gold medal at the 1990 European championships (4X100m) and a silver medal at the 1991 World championships (4X100m).
Chicago, Illinois -- Murderer
Pennsylvania, USA; astronaut.
WLAF Guard (Frankfurt Galaxy).
Chicago White Sox).
Japanese politician, 80th Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs
England, brother to Princess Diana.
British aristocracy: the Earl of Spencer, brother to Princess Diana. He lives in Althorp on a 10,000-acre estate near Great Brington.
Coach and manager for Slovenian footballers
American baseball player and sportscaster
California, USA; pitcher (Baltimore Orioles and New York Yankees).
California, USA; actor ("Joel – Please Don't Eat Daisies")
American soccer coach and player
German author. He was a former heroin addict as a teenager. His autobiography provided the basis for the film "Christiane F."
New York, USA: Ms Big Apple bodybuilder (1982). (Pumping Iron 2)
Munich, Germany -- Nude model/actress
British teenager pop star, musician and singer with "Haircut 100" in the UK from October 1981 to October 1982. Heyward quit the group in January 1983 to pursue solo interests. He had ten records on the charts from 1983-1988, none of which was a top seller.
Manager and English footballer
Matangi, New Zealand -- Equestrian 3 Day Event (1996 Olympics – Bronze Medalist).
Rhode Island, USA; rock vocalist (Cowsills - "We Can Fly").
California, USA; actor.
American drummer (Hurricane Asia GPS Circa, and World Trade).
Rock vocalist (Cowsills-Hair)
Famous birthdays on May 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
French singer from the new wave band "Taxi Girl" and "after punk". Mirwais was one of the musicians in this group. He later worked with Madonna. Daniel's grandparents were Jewish and emigrated to Russia during the Revolution in 1917. He overdosed on alcohol and took medicine, and he died 28 February 2013.
Hawaiian singer (d. 1997)
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (The Cowsills & Continental Drifters).
American musician. She is a member the new-wave group "The Go-Go's", a singer, songwriter, and rhythm guitarist. They were formed in 1978. In 1984, she went solo and recorded a few pop hits. When she recorded "Tangled", she announced that she had stopped using drugs. Pop, rock, and New Wave music are all her genres.
American family known for its fame, the son Ronald Reagan and Nancy Davis. He began ballet training in 1976 in Los Angeles, then he went on to study with the Joffrey School. The Joffrey spent 1981-82 touring small American cities with him. In January 1983, he quit ballet and started radio reporting in April 1984. As a contributor reporter for …
California, USA; cyclist (Olympics 1996).
California, USA; President's son/TV host ("Ron Reagan Show")
Wisconsin, USA; singer/guitarist
Japanese politician and lawyer, 62nd Prime Minster of Japan
American journalist and author
Czechoslovakia: Tennis star.
A champion of the 1979 Pan American Team as a Greek/American fencer. He also won a Gold Medal with Epee Team and a Silver Medal in Foil Team. He was the 1980 International Foil Champion and was a member of the 1983 Pan American Team. He won the Bronze Medal of Individual Foil and a Silver Medal in the Foil …
Canadian-American screenwriter and producer of actor
Italian theatre and cinema actor. Screenwriter. Abatantuono is also a well-known figure in Italian television shows.
Dutch director and photographer
Scottish politician, Member of Parliament, Labour representative in Edinburgh South
Polish producer and composer
American politician and philanthropist John S. McCain's spouse. Cindy is the only child to a wealthy Anheuser–Busch beer distributor and his spouse, though each of her parents had a daughter from previous marriages. She was raised in a wealthy family and has inherited her father's wealth.
Belgian martial artist
Russia -- Doctor / Cosmonaut
American composer and singer (Violent Femmes Oil Tasters, BoDeans).
Lord Carloway Scottish judge and lawyer
American politician and lawyer 55th Governor of New York
Belgian Judo champion, first to compete at five Olympic Games.
country singer (Black Oak Arkansas).
American domestic violence victim. After allegedly running over Shirley twice with his Ford Explorer SUV, he is now charged with her murder. He was reportedly driving in her Halifax, MA driveway on Monday February 16, 2004. Shirley died on the next day, after her family took her off life support. Joseph Jr., the son, and his younger sister heard the …
British horary, consultant astrologer and head of Regional Reps. to the Faculty of Astrological Studies. She is a researcher and works with BUPA England to study how astrology can be used in the treatment of chronic pain patients (1999).
Australian politician and educator, 103rd Lord mayor of Melbourne
English priest and cleric
German manager and footballer
German terrorist with the Second Generation Red Army Faction.
Cameroonian manager and footballer
British politician and Minister of Justice
British Columbia, Canada; rock drummer (Ultravox).
English producer and director
English academic and genealogist
Actor (Hell Squad)
American politician and lawyer
Crapo; American politician (Representative-Republican-Idaho).
Canadian ice hockey player
German astrologer, PhD in social sciences. From 2005 to 2011, President of DAV (German Astrological Association).
English-American engineer and producer (d.2013)
Argentinian coach and footballer
Famous birthdays on May 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Canadian screenwriter and cinematographer
English poet and author
Canadian actor and comedian
French freemason, a grandmaster of 'Grand Orient de France.
Director (Queen of Hearts Tune in Tomorrow, Queen of Hearts)
Since 4 September 2007, the French Catholic priest, Bishop of CrA(c), Val-de-Marne.
Radio host and American priest author
CEO (British Telecom).
English academic and journalist
American baseball player who made his professional debut on 5/17/1969.
American baseball outfielder and player who smoked tobacco. He was also a self-described loner.
American sportscaster and journalist
California, USA; rocker/actress ("I Got You Babe", Jack Lalane and Mask).
China Entertainment Television was founded by a Singaporean broadcaster
Mongolia -- Wrestler (1972 Olympics-Silver Medalist) disqualified
American entertainer, a singer and actress, TV star and recording artist. She eloped with Sonny Bono, marrying on 10/27/1964. The following year they borrowed $168 to record their song "Baby, Don't Go," which shot up the charts. Their next single, "I Got You Babe," June 1965, sold three million copies and made No.1 on the charts. Fans loved them and …
Vladimiro Ilich Montesinos Torres, the long-standing leader of Peru's intelligence agency, Servicio de Inteligencia Nacional(SIN), was President Alberto Fujimori. Secret videos he had recorded were televised in 2000. They showed him bribing an elected representative to join the Fujimorist side. The scandal that followed caused Montesinos and other members of Congress to flee the country, prompting Fujimori's resignation. The subsequent …
Baron Hollick English businessman
American politician (Representative-Republican-California).
British singer, drummer and singer. He is known for his powerful vocals and expressive gestures. Cocker began his career in 1959 as a drummer and harmonica player, before moving to lead vocals in 1961. He was a white soul-singer and songwriter with great phrasing. In the mid-'60s, Cocker rose to prominence with the "Grease Band", releasing a string of hits. …
Austrian founder and president of Red Bull Company, energy drink
Brazilian musician Mischa played double pianos together. These are two-piano duos that aim to create orchestral effects and allow for uninhibited razzle dazzle. Both are pianists of undeniable virtuoso qualities, Mischa on an even more dramatic scale, and Cipa technically brilliant and light-fingered. They make a relaxed, flexible ensemble.
The most well-known Dutch protest singer and songwriter.
Groot; Dutch singer ("Good night mister president").
Georgia, USA; Captain US Navy/astronaut (STS 51-A 30, 53, 69).
Manager and English cricketer
Indonesian-Dutch guitarist and singer-songwriter
Lord Lieutenant of Mid Glamorgan, a Welsh politician
Italian singer-actor and winemaker (Al Bano & Romina Power).
French TV animator, actor, journalist, and estate-agent.
Wichita sports Champions
Italian singer, married to Romina Power (daughter of Tyrone Power and father of Cristel Carisi).
American singer (Paul & Paula)
British financier / Merchant (Hong Kong)
Canadian diplomat and lawyer Canadian Ambassador to the United States
French Socialist politician, member the Socialist Party. He was elected to the municipal council in 1971, which began his political career. He was elected deputy of Territoire de Belfort dA (c)partement in 1973. He got reelected four times consecutively, until 2002. From 2000 to 2002, he was the President of National Assembly. From 2 April 2004, he was President of …
Since 2007, he is a Franciscan bishop and Archbishop of Strasbourg.
Premier of Dutch Antilles (198-93).
Singaporean Senior Minister
French prelate of Roman Catholic Church serving as bishop of AngoulAame
Japanese-Taiwanese manager and baseball player
Hit 868 career homeruns
At 29 years old, Soul singer/pianist (Here Comes The Judge) dies.
Canadian journalist and author (d.2008)
Slovak-Canadian ice hockey player, sportscaster
Famous birthdays on May 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American sculptor. He has worked in metal and wood, stone, acrylic, and other materials.
Lord Lieutenant of Tweeddale, a Scottish politician
Sri Lankan-Indian screenwriter and cinematographer (d. 2014).
Norwegian scientist, academic, chemist and physiologist. He was the Head of the Norwegian delegation to the Scientific Committee of International Whaling Commission (IWC). The Japanese government awarded him the "Contribution to the promotion of JapanaEUR[tm]'s policy in fisheries."
English academic and physiologist
Greek singer and actress
3K Dutch speed skater (1972 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Jackson, Michigan -- PGA golfer (1967 Memphis)
President (Guiness Pics)
Michigan, USA; PGA golfer (1967 Memphis).
Earl of Iveagh, British brewer (Guinness), large landowner.
American lawyer and CEO of Kansas City Southern Industries. This is a railroad company that is expanding into financial service. Rowland holds a BA and LLB degrees and was an Ivy League attorney before he assumed the CEO role.
California, USA; actor. (Harry-O Centennial, They Call Me Mr Tibbs).
Uruguayan politician, who was President of Uruguay from 2010 to 2015. He was a former urban guerrilla fighter for the Tupamaros and was held in prison for 13 years under the military dictatorship of the 1970s and 80s. Mujica, a member of the Broad Front coalition left-wing parties, was Minister of Livestock, Agriculture, and Fisheries between 2005 and 2008 and …
American screenwriter and actor (d. 2013).
Uruguayan politician and guerrilla leader 40th President of Uruguay
French politician and winemaker.
Actress (Capitol. Shock Corrider. Naked Kiss).
New York, USA. Actor (Moonstruck and Do the Right Thing).
American jazz composer, arranger, and pianist (d. 2008).
Japan -- Slalom (1956 Olympics-Silver Medalist)
American furniture designer and sculptor (d.87)
American baseball manager and player (d. 1982).
She was an American singer and actress who appeared in numerous stage productions of American musicals like "The King And I" or "Camelot." She has appeared in films and television series, as well as in various roles on episodes of "Star Trek", "Designing Women" and "Frazier." ".
French Catholic priest, former aide of Pope John Paul II and Bishop Emeritus Saint-Flour.
Commandant (British Police Staff College).
American football coach and player (d. 2009).
North Carolina, USA; actor ("Harry - Tenafly")
Famous birthdays on May 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Dutch sportscaster, dies in auto-accident at age 54.
Canadian diplomat and politician 33rd Canadian Minister for Finance
Egyptian soldier who fought in Yom Kippur (d. 1973).
American author and lawyer; homosexual. His 1970 bestseller, "The Greening of America", explored the economic, social and environmental consequences of capitalism. Reich, a former lawyer, found that his legal career made it difficult to "be himself." Reich found that he needed to hide his true self during work, which made it increasingly difficult to feel normal again at the end. …
CEO (Rose Thomson Young Lloyds Trustees group).
He was a French radio host who presented his program "Pop Club" on France Inter from 1965 to 2005. He was sometimes an actor.
French historian and founder of the EncyclopA (c)die berbA're, considered a prestigious scholar for Berber historical studies.
American football coach and player
Polish Catholic cardinal
USA; Canadian Football League/NFL player/coach (Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Minnesota Vikings).
Rhode Island, USA. Actor (The Colbys and Voyage To Bottom of Sea).
Italian painter who transformed planetary combinations into images.
American chemical engineer and CEO of Brooklyn Union Gas. Brooklyn Union Gas is a natural gas supplier for transportation vehicles. Larson is a college graduate with a BS degree in Chemical Engineering. He enjoys sailing and skiing for fun.
American race car driver (d. 1956).
Rocker (Ames Brothers)
Scottish-English conductor (d. 2012)
Canadian-born British screenwriter (Born in 1926)
A four-year Boston college regular, this German-American football player was a four year regular. Although he wanted to play pro-ball in the future, the New York Giants coach told him that he was too small at 6'3' and 235 lbs. He was given a chance by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1950, and for 14 years he was a defensive tackle. …
New Zealand's idealist founded Centrepoint near Auckland, a spiritual community.
Russian engineer designed Tupolev Tu-144 (d.2001).
American actor and singer (d.2003)
Italy sport Champion
Uruguayan Christian-Democrat Party politician (Born in 1924)
English-American CIA officer (d. 2014).
French high jumper and Olympic track and field champ. He jumped in London in 1948, and Helsinki in 1952.
American singer and actress (d.2011)
Eng general and engineer
Massachusetts, USA; actress ("Pennies From Heaven City Streets"
Catalan writer, translator, and scholar of Linguistics in the Sixties. His poetry is one of the most significant among post-war Catalonian authors and he continues his influence on authors today. Three collections of poetry were published by him: Da nuces pueris (1960), Menja't una caa ("Eat a Leg", 1962), and Teoria dels cossos (“Theory of bodies”), which were then compiled …
Vice chancellor (Loughborough University of Technology).
German poet, playwright, writer and soldier. He was a Nazi prisoner and became a hero to European youth after his death.
British surgeon / vice Admiral
American baseball player and Scout
English singer and actress (d.2011)
American pole vaulter. He won the gold medal at the 1948 Olympic Games. He died 20 January 2004.
Recipient of the Victoria Cross, Scottish lieutenant banker Victoria Cross
Leader of the British trade union movement.
American actress who appeared in many B-movie Westerns, but also played various other roles such as Blonde Comet (1941), where she was a race car driver.
Famous birthdays on May 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Chicago, Illinois -- Comedian/TV personality (I Love My Wife).
German fighter pilot (d. 1983).
American geneticist biologist and Nobel Prize winner in academic biology (d. 2004).
Author and activist from Israel, English (d. 2000).
Canadian politician and lawyer, 28th Canadian Minister for Justice (d. 1967).
Icelandic politician (d. 2005)
France sport Champion
Italian gymnast who won Gold Medal at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, Germany. She won the gold medal and also set many records. She was known as an "athletica", an Italian woman who competed in many sports. She was a gymnast but also participated in track and field. On October 16, 2006, she died at her home in L'Aquila …
Historical and academic biography of an English rugby player (d. 2015).
Italian athlete (d.2006)
Russian pilot and soldier (d. 2001).
Israeli politician and general 5th Minister of Foreign Affairs, Israel (d. 1981).
Italian film actor and director, who appeared in 39 films from 1938 to 1962.
English actor (d.2008)
King and Country).
Romanian politician (d. 1995)
Japanese swimmer (d. 1995).
Peruvian footballer (d. 1996)
Hewlett-Packard was founded by an American engineer (d. 2001).
American writer (Born 1911).
Dutch author, "mother of Dutch theatrical song"
Jip and Janneke).
United States -- Sci-fi author (Kothar-Barbarian Swordsman)
Famous birthdays on May 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Director of Administration (BBC).
American actor and TV star, Stewart is a beloved and well-known American icon. He has many achievements. Stewart was nominated for four Oscars, and won the Oscar for Best Actor in 1940 for "The Philadelphia Story". For his three films "It's A Wonderful Life", "You Can't Take It With You," and "Mr. Smith Goes To Washington," he won the New …
French actor and director (d. 80)
Italy Military man
American actor and TV star, Stewart is a beloved and well-known American icon. He has many achievements. Stewart was nominated for four Oscars, and won the Oscar for Best Actor for his 1940 film "The Philadelphia Story". For his three films "It's A Wonderful Life", "You Can't Take It With You", and "Mr. Smith Goes To Washington", he won the …
American botanist and author (d.93)
American journalist and photographer (d. 2004).
France sport Champion
Italian Catholic Cardinal (Born in 1906)
French nurseryman, breeder of fruit trees and roses and founder of Delbard.
Dutch poet, Dead End, dies at the age of 56
Nantes Military man
Statistician / founder (British Central Statistical Office)
Buffalo, New York -- Actor ("Sequoia", In Old Kentucky).
British author of detective and mystery stories. She is the daughter of an author and was educated to write in her youth. Her first novel was published at 16 years old. At 24 her fame was established with "The Crime of Black Dudley." Her best-loved fictional detective, Albert Campion was a sharp-witted, self-effacing Albert Campion. She wrote lighthearted thrillers, such …
Dutch champion chess player and world champ 1937. He died November 26, 1981, age 80, in Amsterdam.
Austria -- Actor (Port of Hell Unknown World).
American journalist (d. 1970).
Indian poet and author (d. 1977).
Cuban poet and anthropologist.