List of celebrities and famous people who were born on November 20th
Famous birthdays on November 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002009
American child of Joey McIntyre, a noted musician and parent.
American twin girls born to Lance Armstrong, seven-time Tour de France Champion and disgraced wife Kristen. The second and third children of the couple, who separated in 2003, are Isabelle Rose (Grace Elizabeth) and Grace Rose (Grace Elizabeth). Armstrong beat testicular cancer, and won the most prestigious race for cycling seven times in a row. However, he was disqualified from …
Famous birthdays on November 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Michael Clifford is a pop singer best known as a member of the Australian band 5 Seconds of Summer.
Tamara Rapp is a dancer known for her appearances on various dance competition shows.
Japanese actress and singer (AKB48).
Japanese actress and singer (Berryz Kobo, Hello! Project Kids
Singer and actress from the Philippines
Famous birthdays on November 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
German talent in cross-country running and long distance running. Has twin sister competing in same sports.
She was a French biathlete and won a bronze medal in the individual and relay events at the Vancouver Olympics 2010. She won a gold medal in 2009 (French relay), at the world championship.
She was the French swimming champion and won an Olympic Bronze medal at 2012 Olympics.
Oliver Sykes is a British metal singer, best known as the lead vocalist of the band Bring Me the Horizon.
American rock musician
Argentinian race car driver
Argentine racing driver
Taiwanese singer and actor (Fahrenheit)
Jeremy Jordan is a TV actor known for his roles in Supergirl and Smash.
Italian race car driver
American football player
Future is an American rapper known for his unique style and influential contributions to the hip-hop genre.
American actress and model
Kimberley Walsh is a British pop singer known for being a member of the girl group Girls Aloud.
American basketball player
Orsolya Tóth is a Hungarian actress known for her roles in several popular Hungarian films and TV shows.
200m breaststroke (1996 Olympics).
American baseball player
Shalini is an Indian actress known for her work in Tamil and Telugu films.
Famous birthdays on November 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Colombian gospel singer
New Zealand netball player (Silver Ferns).
American model and actress
Taiwanese-Malaysian radio host and singer
Reid Scott is an American actor known for his role as Dan Egan in the television series Veep.
Referee for American professional wrestling
Swedish producer and drummer (In Flames and Diabolique).
Laura Harris is a Canadian actress and producer known for her roles in popular TV shows and movies such as 'The Faculty' and 'Dead Like Me'.
Australian rower (1996) Olympics
American singer (AFI)
American baseball player
American basketball coach and player
Brazilian model, who was the third of eight daughters. She was a redhead and worked in television ads since 1981.
Estonian politician and businessman
Outlook, Saskatchewan -- Trap shooter (1996 Olympics)
Australian field hockey forward (1996 Olympics).
English motorcyclist and sportscaster
American singer and actress
WLAF defensive tackle (Scotland Claymores).
He was a French soccer goalkeeper who played for Paris-Saint Germain. However, he signed with Rangers FC. He signed on a free transfer with FC Nantes Atlantique in June 2008.
French skier, Olympic Gold Medal Champion at Albertville 2-14/1992
Iranian poet and activist
Montreal, Quebec -- NHL left-wing (Philadelphia Flyers).
Joel McHale is an American comedian and actor known for his role as Jeff Winger on the television show Community and as the host of The Soup.
Dutch soccer player (FC Utrecht)
American composer and guitarist
American football player and sportscaster
American rapper (A Tribe Called Quest).
Sabrina Lloyd is an American actress known for her roles in the TV series 'Sliders' and 'Sports Night'.
Angelica Bridges is an American actress, model, and singer, best known for her role on the TV show Baywatch.
American politician and lieutenant 54th Governor of Missouri
WLAF running back (Amsterdam Admirals)
Famous birthdays on November 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Dabo Swinney is an American football coach, best known for leading the Clemson Tigers to multiple national championships.
Italian skier who was awarded a Silver Medal in open event on February 17, 1996. Ghedina is the World Cup's best Italian downhill skier. He has won ten races since 1990. Most of these were on difficult "classic" courses like Val Gardena or Wengen. Ghedina is the first Italian to win the race on KitzbA 1/4 Hel's treacherous "Streif", achieving …
Italian 5k runner
California, United States -- Tennis star (defaulted 1995 Wimbledon)
Toronto, Ontario -- Yachter Finn (1996 Olympics)
NYC, New York -- Infielder. Florida Marlins
Bangladeshi politician and businessman
Fountain Inn, South Carolina -- Nike Golfer (1993 NM Charity Classic).
American producer and singer
Razorfish is an American entrepreneur who founded Razorfish, an online business that offers web design services. He is arrogant and flamboyant, and he loves Prada suits and avant-garde art.
American comic book author and artist
American rapper and drummer (Beastie Boys & The Latch Brothers).
Cuban-American rapper Cypress Hill and SX-10
Japanese drummer songwriter and producer (X Japan S.K.I.N. and Globe)
Jr. Canadian politician and businessman
Oshawa, Ontario -- NHL right wing (New Jersey Devils)
Ming-Na is an actress known for her roles in ER, The Joy Luck Club, and as the voice of Mulan in the Disney film.
English mathematician, academic
rocker (Brother Beyond – "Can You Keep a Secret?").
French pastry chef, most well-known for his macarons with unusual flavors. He was called "The Picasso of Pastry" by French Vogue magazine.
American singer-songwriter and pianist
American screenwriter and producer of director films
English sportscaster and race car driver
Marc Labrèche is a Canadian actor known for his work in film, television, and theater, as well as for his satirical comedy and impersonations.
Canadian television host and actor
Famous birthdays on November 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American actress who has appeared onscreen since 1977. Her film credits include "Blade Runner," the "Dune" series and "No Way Out". She was a temperamental screen beauty, with erratic tendencies and a reputation for being temperamental. She became famous during filming of Wall Street when she disagreed with Oliver Stone and Charlie Sheen.
German foreign correspondence clerk, journalist, and astrologer. She is also the coworker at Astrologiezentrum Berlin. She was an astrological translator whose main interests were in dreamlife and astrology.
Kentucky, USA; actress ("Dune, Young Doctors In Love")
Brazilian mixed martial artist and choreographer
German race car driver (d. 1985)
Danish footballer (d. 2002)
American homicide: Junta allegedly beat Michael Costin in an altercation at the kid's hockey practice. It happened on 7/05/2000, Reading MA. They had a heated argument about Costin's supervision over their boys' hockey practice. Junta was told to leave, but he allegedly returned to Costin and attacked him so severely that Costin lost consciousness. He was placed on life support …
American actress who earned $35,000 and gained a reputation for being the epitome beauty with her perfect 5'4" figure in "10". In just three months, one million posters were sold.
American boxer and football player
Russian-Australian pianist, educator
Rock guitarist (Michael Stanley Band)
Italian actress who won the David di Donatello Award for Best Supporting Actress (2006) for her performance in "La Bestia nel Cuore" and for her role in "Mio fratello A", figlio unico in 2007.
Actress (Family Matters)
Great Britain, Cosmonaut
Scottish doctor and mother to a child who was killed in the Dunblane School massacre on March 13, 1996 by Thomas Watt Hamilton.
USA; Chicago's antidisco DJ (WLSFM).
Swedish politician Swedish Minister for Social Affairs
American actor and radio host
American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher for the Atlanta Braves in 1977 and 1978.
Stafford, Virginia -- Greco Roman wrestler (1984 Olympics-Silver Medalist).
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
New York, USA. Actor (Tom – The Survivors and As the World Turns).
American Beauty Queen was voted Miss U.S. Universe in 5/1975, and Miss California Universe on 2/13/1977 at 10:00 PST, Hollywood, CA.
American voice actor
American politician and businessman 24th Governor of Oklahoma
French politician and member of the Senate of France. He represents the Loir-et Cher department. She is a member the Centrist Union.
Rocker (Gentle Giant)
American banker and CEO of Commerce Bancshares. Kemper is a home-state banker who is highly focused and has a BA and MA in English Literature as well as an MBA from Stanford. Kemper is a supporter of the arts and plays squash to keep fit.
Famous birthdays on November 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
New York, USA: actor (Doc Cody - Quest).
American activist and film producer
Finland -- 15KM skier (1980 Olympics-Silver Medalist)
NYC, New York -- Actor. (Doc. Cody-Quest).
American-Swedish soprano, actress
American actor and director
South Carolina, USA; actor ("Enos, Ball Four")
New York, USA. Actor (David-One Day at a Time).
American musician (Eagles and James Gang).
Kansas, USA; guitarist/rocker ("Take it Easy")
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (The Allman Brothers Band Hour Glass Derek, the Dominos and The Allman Joys). (D. 1971).
American politician who ran for San Antonio mayor in 1995. She claimed a modest budget and advocated honest reform. Due to her divorce settlement with Tom Turner, her third husband, she is believed to have been a multimillionaire. Turner refused to release her tax returns as a public matter from her investment company. Turner was hailed as an underdog candidate …
British politician was elected to Parliament on June 11, 1987.
American college/pro football quarterback. He was known as the "blond bomber" and retired 11-1973. Greg Cook, who lived in Cincinnati after his retirement, was a United Parcel Service employee and a Motivational Speaker for labor unions. He studied art at the University of Cincinnati and continued to paint. Cook's works are on display at the Ohio Governor's Mansion. Cook provided …
American-Canadian actress and singer-songwriter
American baseball player and sportscaster
Rachid Mimouni was an Algerian author known for his novel 'The Honor of the Tribe', which gained international acclaim for its exploration of political and social issues in Algeria.
Turkish actress and singer
American basketball coach and player
French academic, doctor and senior official.
Blue Horizon was founded by Blue Horizon, an English record producer
Zimbabwe -- Field hockey player / coach (1980 Olympics).
American artist and sculptor.
Belgian Astrologer, founder of InfoSophia and author of numerous articles and two books. She was married to Michael Mandl.
American producer and actress
Suze Rotolo was an American artist and civil rights activist, best known for being Bob Dylan's girlfriend and the woman walking with him on the cover of his album 'The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan'.
(Rep-D-Georgia, 1983- )
Pennsylvania, USA; actress (Joyce-Hill Street Blues, Park Ave).
American Democratic politician and a three-term Senator for Delaware. When he defeated Republican Senator Boggs in 1972, he earned a reputation for being a young man on-the-move. He was only weeks away from turning 30, which is the minimum age for voting. His wife and daughter died two weeks before Biden was elected to office. Their sons were also injured …
Iraqi bishop (d. 2008)
American screenwriter and producer of actor actors
American producer and director of actor
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
Vice President 2009-).
USA: Folk singer "Spirit in the Sky".
American choreographer, composer, director, singer, director, vocalist, director and performer.
Iraqi archbishop (d. 2008)
American soldier and activist (d. 1989).
Pakistani playwright and television writer
California, USA; double-bassist (Oslo Philharmonic).
Los Angeles, California -- Double-bassist (Oslo Philharmonic)
Israeli-American Distinguished Professor of Biochemistry and Chemistry at the University of Southern California He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2013 together with Michael Levitt, Martin Karplus and others for "the development multiscale models of complex chemical systems".
California, USA; comedian (Officer Judy and Super Dave Osborne).
German screenwriter and director producer (d. 2014).
Turkish politician and actor
American electrical engineer and CEO of Cray Research, a science based supercomputer manufacturer. Rollwagon is a Harvard graduate with a BS degree in Electrical Engineering and an MBA. Rollwagon is a highly motivated executive who aims to bring a Cray supercomputer on every scientist's desk. He is an avid art lover and enjoys his leisure time outside of work.
French race horse trainer, jockey, father of Jean-Philippe et FrA(c]dA(c]ric Darondel.
American merchandise marketer, CEO of Hancock Fabrics. He is also a wholesaler and retailer marketer. Jarvis was educated at Mortuary School. He enjoys fishing and spending time on his farm.
Famous birthdays on November 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American actor and singer (Smothers Brothers).
New York, USA; comedian (Smother Brothers' Show).
American criminal. He was the most well-known of the Texas savings and loans renegades who were convicted of plundering the industry in the 1980s. After a six week trial, he was convicted of 23 counts fraud in December 1990.
French writer, musicologist, speaker, and educator.
American pianist and educator (d. 2005).
German actor and tenor
South African-Australian author and historian (d. 2010).
American playwright and author
American admiral (d. 2014.)
English actor (d.2013)
French highest-ranking civil servant 1960. Assistant Chief of Police 1968-71, 1974-1982. He served as Technical Advisor 1971-74, Chief Police 1982, and Director of the territoryaEURtm surveillance (DST) 1982-85. He was the Government Commissioner in Guadeloupe in 1986. From 1987, he was in Marne as a Deputy and from 1992 to 1997 he was the Governor of Guadeloupe. Bonnet was arrested …
Hungarian architect (d. 2011)
Nebraska, USA; priest
World Music Singer
Canadian artist who draws, paints, sculpts, and makes jewelry. Her talents were encouraged and recognized from a young age by her parents who were artists. She was a well-known sculptor and won the Woman's Art Festival Award in Toronto in 1975.
Since 2009, French Catholic priest, Bishop Emeritus de Nantes
Richard Dawson was a British-American actor and comedian best known for hosting the game show Family Feud.
Actor English-Scottish (d. 2013).
Famous birthdays on November 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
American actor who appeared in television and film roles. Perhaps his most well-known role is that of Deep Throat on "The X-Files."
American retired professional golfer who won 10 PGA Tour titles but never more than one per year. His most memorable achievement was at the 1967 PGA Championship where he won an 18-hole playoff win over Don Massengale.
New York, USA; conductor (American Ballet).
Italy sport Champion
Irish gardener educator and author
Russian screenwriter and director of actor
American actor (Born 1928).
Berlin, Germany -- Actor (Man Without a Gun Roaring 20s).
USA; actor (Tom Jeffersons).
American actress and award-winning actress. She appeared in two revues in 1958, and her Broadway career began on December 6, 1956 with "Happy Hunting". Her first movie was 1963. She received critical acclaim for her performance in 1967's "Bonnie and Clyde". In 1968, she won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
American pilot and soldier Medal of Honor recipient (d.2008)
Massachusetts, USA; actress (Rachel Rachel Bonnie and Clyde).
Italian opera director and theatre director, who was killed in Ancona 30 August 1980.
American United States Army helicopter pilot, officer and Medal of Honor recipient (d.2008)
Edouard Leclerc is a French businessman and the founder of the E.Leclerc hypermarket chain, known for revolutionizing the retail industry in France.
Judith Magre is a French actress known for her roles in French cinema and theater.
Ohio, USA; actress/comedienne (Kaye - Mothers-in-Law).
Vietnamese general (d. 2013)
Actor and ventriloquist from England (d. 2007).
Robert F Kennedy was an American politician and lawyer known for his role as the United States Attorney General and his advocacy for civil rights and social justice.
American comedian, singer, comedienne, and actress. She began her career as a "straight-man", starting at age 16 in Cleveland's burlesque houses. After graduating high school, she joined Spike Jones’ band. She rose to the top of Broadway's supper clubs and musicals. Her TV series "The Mothers-In-Law," 9/1967 lasted for two years.
Russian-Lithuanian balleterina choreographer actress, director (d. 2015).
Massachusetts, USA (Democrat, Senator New York) Attorney General; assassinated 1968.
United States -- Jazz singer (Tampico).
American writer, lawyer, politician, and well-known family member. Although he was a politician, people treated him as a pop star. People would reach out to Senator Kennedy and grab his buttons or cufflinks in desperate attempts to touch him. He carried the title and the mythology of the hero after the assassination his brother, President John F. Kennedy.
American singer (d. 1990)
American engineer and car designer (d.2015)
Polish-born, French-American mathematician. He is known for his "theory on roughness" and "selfsimilarity" in nature. This was also used to prove the theory of fractal geometry, and even coined the term "fractal". Later, he discovered the Mandelbrot set, a collection of complex, never-ending, fractal shapes. It was named in his honour. He was 85 years old when he died in …
Dutch politician and agronomist Dutch Minister of Defence (d. 2007.)
Polish-American economist and mathematician (d. 2010).
Nobel Prize in Literature (1991): South African writer and activist.
Missouri, United States -- Economist (Council of Economic Advisers).
American actor and director (d.1999)
French politician and businessman who fought for the French Resistance during World War II.
German ballet dancer, master ballet dancer, well-known family, mother of Hans Hinrich Taeger, astrologer/data collection/author; attended ballet school in Berlin, eye color: brown, and was married once.
Louisiana DA (investigate JFK Assassination) dies at 70
France sport Champion
Portland, Maine -- Actress. (Nora Ft Worth).
Charles Town, West Virginia -- Actor.
Swiss composer and musician.
Famous birthdays on November 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American actress (d. 2012).
John McCarthy was an American composer known for his work in the field of electronic music and for coining the term 'artificial intelligence'.
Alan Young was a Canadian-American actor best known for his role as Wilbur Post in the television series Mister Ed.
Kuala Lampur (Malaysia) -- Actress (Mine Own Executioner).
Political activist / Resistance fighter
American nun educator and illustrator (d. 1986).
Germany -- Man posessing as a woman high jumper (1936 Olympics, 4th Place).
American politician. He was the longest-serving senator in American history as of June 12, 2006. In 2000, Senator Byrd was elected to a eighth consecutive term in U.S. Senate. He carried 1,963 of the 1,970 precincts from West Virginia. His colleagues elected him to the most leadership positions in U.S. history, including the position of majority leader of Senate from …
South African golfer
(Sen-D, West Virginia, 1959-) / Majority leader
Indies / English dancer (Blue Peter, Purple Plain)
Indonesian / Dutch dancer
Germany Military man
American military personnel. He was a four-star admiral in the United States Navy who served as Vice Chief Naval Operations (VCNO), Commander in Chief U.S. Pacific Fleet, (CINCPACFLT), and Commander in Chief United States Pacific Command (CINCPAC), from 1976 to 1979. From September 1942, when the USS Wasp (CV-7) was sinking in World War II, he served as a naval …
American actress, homely, and raucous, was a comedienne and hillbilly in low-budget films and many commercials. Canova, who had been absent for two decades, returned to film in 1976 after a ten year stint on radio. She was then seen in "Cannonball."
American singer and actress (d. 2008).
American general (d. 2015)
American singer and actress (d. 2008).
pioneer (exercise cardiology).
Japanese screenwriter and director producer (d. 2008).
Perpignan Military man
Naples, Italy -- Fashion designer (Neiman-Marcus Award-1954)
American singer and actress (d. 1983).
Greek footballer (d. 1981)
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Otto von Habsburg was a member of the Austrian imperial family and a politician known for his efforts to promote European unity.
He was known by his royal title as Archduke Otto, Austria. He was the last Crown Prince, Austria-Hungary, from 1916 to 1918. The realm that included modern-day Austria, Hungary and Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Slovenia comprised parts of Italy and Montenegro. He was then the pretender to the former crown thrones, Head of the Imperial House of Habsburg and …
French architect. Guillaume was a member of the school of aEURmodern architectureaEUR(tm), which is best known for its design of several French prisons and churches.
French economist who played a crucial role in the development of the Treaty of Rome. He died 21 July 1992.
United States -- High Jumper (1932 Olympics, Gold Medalist).
France sport Champion
Pilot and academic Dutch mathematician (d. 1944).
Dutch physicist (d. 444)
Famous birthdays on November 20th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Norwegian actress. She had her stage debut at Den Nationale Scene in Bergen in 1932. Hans Stormoen was her husband. She had a son, Hans Marius Stormoen. Two of her siblings were actors, as well as four other sisters.
English-American journalist and author (d.2004)
English-American journalist and author (d.2004)
French playwright and screenwriter from the early 1930s. Due to his vision problems and poor health, his original plans to become a Naval officer had to be scrapped. After studying political science, he moved into writing and screenwriting.
American early television personality (Kukla Fran, Ollie, and Fran) (Born in 1907)
Indian politician and lawyer
9th duc de Noailles, French nobelman (d. 2009)
American screenwriter who was a specialist in fast-moving stories about crime. Rivkin was a celebrated screenwriter who wrote many films from 1932 to 1958.
Russian-American choreographer and ballerina (d. 1997)
Pakistani educationist and historian (d. 1981).
German law historian
Turkish poet (d. 1963)
Dick Tracy, an American cartoonist and author, was born in 1985.