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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on April 21st

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on April 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010

  • American family of distinction, first child and second daughter of actress Kerry Washington (and former American football cornerback Nnamdi Amougha).

2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on April 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

  • Danish royalty, the second child and oldest daughter of Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, and his Australian-born wife, Crown Princess Mary.

  • American family of distinction, second daughter and child of Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas. In Welch, her name means "Beloved One".


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on April 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on April 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on April 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • James McAvoy

    Scottish actor, most well-known for his roles in "Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe", and "Wanted", as well as "Wanted", and "The Last King of Scotland", and "Atonement" as Professor Charles Xavier in the "X-Men: First Class" series.

  • Nicolas Bedos
  • Spanish-born French classical liberal activist. Fillias was the president of Liberal Alternative, and in 2007 was also the candidate for French President. He announced his support for FranASSois bayrou on the 13th of March 2007. He was the former president of LibertA (c) chA (c)rie and is now married to Sabine Herold. Sabine is a fellow activist.

  • Canadian figure skater David Pelletier won a gold medal at 2002 Olympics. But it wasn't without pain. The couple were awarded a Silver Medal after putting in an excellent performance. Later, it was discovered that the scores had been manipulated by a judge and the couple were given the gold medal. They won the 2001 World Figure Skating Championship.

  • Canadian figure skater

  • Hungarian scholar, educator

  • American rapper and producer (Deep Puddle Dynamics Greenthink Clouddead Themselves Subtle and 13 & God)

  • Peterson; Miss Aruba Universale (1997)

  • American writer and astrologer, author of "Confessions Of A Second Generation...Dyke?" : Reflections On Sexual Non-Identity She is also the author of "PoMoSexuals": Challenging Assumptions about Gender and Sexuality, 1997. (PoMo, an academic term that describes post-modern sexuality is one that challenges labels and assumptions but favors a "gender fluid" identity.

  • wide receiver (Tampa Bay Buccaneers).

  • Estonian footballer

  • American wrestler


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on April 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • American singer, guitarist and vocalist who is the leader of Spearhead. As a "unifier", he hopes to bring people together through his music while he travels the world. His style ranges from punk rock to rap-with-a-political-message to more rhythmic sounds. Bob Marley was a major influence in his life, he says.

  • Ice hockey defenseman (Canada, Olympics - 1998)

  • Businessman

  • Philosopher


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on April 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Scottish founder, songwriter, and keyboard player of "Madness," the musical group. First public performances were held in January 1979. They made European tours and had top-ten singles starting in 1980. The group also won the Ivor Novello Award for Best Pop Song in London on 5/05/1983. Barson, who wanted to settle down in Holland with Sandra, announced his resignation from …

  • American columnist and author

  • LPGA golfer

  • Japanese illustrator (d. 2009)

  • San Francisco Sports Champions

  • German-American journalist and demographer

  • United States -- 400m swimmer, drug disqualification (1972 Olympics)

  • English screenwriter and producer of director producers


1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on April 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • Claire Denis

    Paris, France -- Actress (Boom Boom Chocolat, Paris)

  • American politician and CA representative, elected as a Democrat by the One Hundred First Congress through special election to fill in the vacancy created by the resignation by United States Representative Anthony L. Coelho. He was then reelected to six subsequent Congresses (September 12, 1989 to February 3, 2003).

  • American singer-songwriter/pianist (d. 2008).

  • English large landowner / multi-millionaire

  • German runner

  • Iggy Pop

    American musician, a punk rocker. From 1967 to 1974, he was the leader of The Stooges. He signed a contract in 1968 with Elektra Records. In 1972, he recorded a record together. Iggy Pop was well-known in punk rock circles. He is well-known for his outrageous antics on stage and has released several solo albums, as well as collaborative albums …

  • Three unsolved murders are being attributed to a Scottish kidnapper and child molester. On 7/14/1990, he abducted and raped a six year-old boy. He was sentenced to life imprisonment on 8/10/1990.

  • English bass player (Family The Animals Johnny Kidd and the Pirates and Stud).

  • French journalist and editor for "Ciel et Espace", a French monthly magazine published annually by the French Astronomical Association.

  • French writer. Rambaud is the author of thirty books, including many parodies. For his novel "La Bataille", he won the Prix Goncourt in 1997 and the Grand Prix de la French Academy in 1997.

  • American guitarist and singer-songwriter

  • French lawyer and police inspector, who is well-known to the public as the investigator of the Urba scandal, a case of political corruption in France that involved the skimming of public funds for Socialist Party campaigning in the 1970s and 1980s.

  • Australian basketball player and coach

  • French politician who served as President of France's National Assembly 1993-1997 and President of France's Cour des Comptes (Court of Financial Auditors 2004-2010).

  • Alana Ladd

    American celebrity and one of the four children of actor Alan Ladd. He was his first child. She was also his second wife, to Sue (his fourth marriage). She was raised in a loving, close-knit family. Her siblings were not sent to boarding school, but they accompanied her dad to film locations.

  • English academic and chemist

  • Scottish politician and Member to Parliament. He was elected by the General Election on 6/11/1987. Mills, who died in his London apartment on January 13, 1997, was found dead two days later. The cause of his death was "acute alcoholism."

  • Director (Waati, Yeelen, Finye, Baara)

  • Canadian ice hockey coach and player

  • Malian screenwriter and director producer

  • American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher for the Detroit Tigers, Chicago Cubs, and San Francisco Giants between 1962-1970.

1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on April 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • Dutch professional chef, author of 17 cookbooks. When she was four, she was the only member of her family to have survived two years in concentration camp.

  • French statistician, senior official, and a very important figure within the research policy area of France, 1980-2000. He served as CEO of Inserm and President of the IRD (formerly ORSTOM), research centre, and advisor to Master Court of Auditors.

  • United States -- Ice hockey player (1960 Olympics-Gold Medalist).

  • James Dobson

    Focus on the Family was founded by American psychologist and author Focus on the Family

  • Estonian pastor illustrator and painter (d.2013)

  • Scottish musician and rock and jazz trumpeter, who was part of the group "Nucleus" since September 1969. Their LPs "Elastic rock," 1970, "Labyrinth," 1973, and "Awakening," 80 are well-known.

  • Indiana, USA; composer ("Un Voyage I? 1/2 Cythere").

  • Iraqi patriarch (d. 2014.)

  • Filipino politician and lawyer (d. 2013).

  • Jr. American pianist composer, educator

  • Brazilian writer, who was often called "the forgotten poet". Hilst is best known for her erotic works but she also published several award-winning books, including "Seven Cantos of the Poet for an Angel," 1962 and "The Executioner," 1969 and "Fictions," 2007.

  • American CEO and executive in charge of Bankamerica Corporation. This international bank and financial services institution is headquartered in the United States. Rosenberg is a friendly, positive boss who encourages morale and has a BS degree in Journalism, MBA, and LLB degrees. He is also known for being a terror on the courts of tennis when he's not at work.

  • German-Swiss sculptor and illustrator (d. 1998).

1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on April 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • Coach and player in ice hockey for the Welsh-Canadians (d. 1996).

  • Elizabeth II
  • British royalty, Queen of England and Head of the Commonwealth of the United Kingdom. Elizabeth became Queen at age 25 upon the death on 6 February 1952 of her father, King George VI. As a young girl, she was a happy child raised in a close, protective family. At the age of ten, on 20 January 1936, her grandfather King …

  • Canadian politician and businessman (d. 2011).

  • English lawyer and banker (d. 2014.)

  • English cricketer and manager (d. 2002).

  • French neurosurgeon, pilot, and first female military officer to attain the rank of General Officer in 1976 as Physician General. She was promoted to the rank of Inspector General of Medicine in 1981. She is the first woman to pilot a helicopter in combat zones.

  • He is a Scottish adventure-thriller writer whose novels have been sold in the millions. Many of his novels were successfully made into films, including "The Guns of Navarone", "Where Eagles Dare", and "Ice Station Zebra".

  • A French general and a soldier.

  • Leader of the Cypriot Sufi Movement (d. 2014).

  • He was a French composer and musician. In 1946, he received his first prize in Rome for musical composition. He wrote dozens of works and headed a Paris school of music.

  • Italian film director, noted family member and brother to Dino Risi. After working on documentaries, his debut as director was with "Andremo In Citta." He continued with many films and TV presentations. He was also a member the film award jury.

  • Italian composer, conductor, and teacher. He lived in Germany for the last ten of his years and became a citizen. He died 13 November 1973.

  • New York, United States -- Actor ("Suddenly, Tenderfoot")

  • English actor (d.2007)

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on April 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • French politician, Secretary to State

  • Italian financier, most famous for his involvement in the Banco Ambrosiano scam. In 1981, he was identified as the Venerable Master at the clandestine Masonic lodge Propaganda Due. (P2).

  • French Canadian Tenor (Born 1919).

  • American trumpet player and singer (d. 2004).

  • France Writer

  • Dutch singer-songwriter and guitarist

  • Spanish teacher and writer of Andalusian descent. His literary output was heavily devoted to JaA(c), and its province. He was the City's official chronicler, and was unanimously elected Favorite Son by the Municipal Corporation in May 1968. He was a journalist who founded and managed the magazine "Ubeda" and also collaborated with many articles in Jaen and Ideal.

  • Jerusalem, Israel -- Violist (San Diego Symphony 1978-82)

  • Belgium sport Champion

  • American professional astrologer, teacher, who joined AFA in June 1960. He also was a member the New England Astrological Association.

  • American politician and businesswoman (d. 2013).

  • Canadian composer (d.2008)

  • Italian politician, socialist, member partito socialista italo (psi), since 1943; state minister 1963-64, 1966, 1967, 1968, and 1974.

  • French lawyer, who was one the most important figures in the French Bar from the 1940s to the late 1970s.

  • Italian-American promoter and wrestler, co-founded International World Class Championship Wrestling (d.2013).

  • American screenwriter and director (Born in 1914).

  • German homicide. Shot and killed 15 year old Ilse Rogenel, with whom he was having an unhappy relationship, on 10/27/1935. He was taken to a mental institution and died one month later.

  • English photographer (d. 1990).

  • St Marcellin physician

  • Professor of Biochemistry, Isolated Growth Hormones

  • Hassel German politician.

  • A Dutch musician and organist, he was very popular in Canada, France, and the U.S. He recorded both his French and Dutch concerts. He died in 1984

  • French film director. Orfeu Negro (Black Orpheus) is his most famous film. It won the Golden Palm at Cannes Film Festival 1959 and the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film 1960.

  • Photojournalist (d. 2012)

  • Dutch artist, painter.

  • Actress (Kniertje-Op Hoop van Zegen)

  • French journalist and far right political activist, AKA Maurice-Yvan Sicard.

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on April 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • Rollo May

    American psychoanalyst, lecturer and pioneer in existential psychology. A dozen books were written by him, including "Love and Will", "The Meaning of Anxiety", and "Power and Innocence."

  • Germany Actor

  • American banjo player and singer (d.2011)

  • New York, singer/actress (Sister Sue Calvin and Colonel).

  • American notable family, Caucasian wife to James Wong Howe, director of photography. She was an American poet, novelist and literary editor. She was also the widow of James Wong Howe (famous cinematographer), on July 12, 1976.

  • American politician and lawyer, born in 1927. He was active in politics, serving as San Francisco's district attorney, as the State Attorney General in 1950/54 and as Governor for California in 1958/62. In 1966, he lost to Ronald Reagan. California's economy boomed during his two terms as Governor and the population nearly doubled to 19 million. This was the most …

  • "Pat" Brown (Governor-Democrat-California).

  • Governor of California

  • American business executive (Born in 1905)

  • She was a Swiss translator, actress, and writer. She translated more than 300 books:Agatha Christie,Hans Christian Andersen,Doris Lessing and many more into german.She began as actress,was a good acquaintance of Thomas Ring;later she wrote herself books for children - fairy tales and novels.Her books for the kitchen were always amusing:"Da haben wir den Salat"or "Spiessfindigkeiten".She also wrote later some autobiographies.She …

  • French painter, whose abstract work in the 1930s established him to be a prominent modernist. After his midcareer rejection, he became a figurative artist for nearly five decades. He is also the author or a large body of critical writing.

  • French painter and stained glass artist. He was hired in 1926 by Charles Lorin, a master glass artist. He worked there until 1936. He opened his own shop in 1946 and invented new methods for creating stained lass. This consisted of a 1-inch thick glass slab that was inserted into cement.

  • Norwegian philantrophist also known as "Barnehjelpens Mor" ('the mother for children's aid) She founded a local organization that became Oslo Red Cross Children's Aid in 1931. She was the daughter JA.rgen Stang, a shipowner. She was married to Nils EbbessA.n Astrup, a shipowner with whom she had four children.

  • Banker / Mayor, Amsterdam (1957-1967)

  • France Painter

  • German Head of Radio Broadcast of the Reich and Minister of Propaganda, 5/01/1933. From 1937, he was a prominent political commentator and reached a large audience.

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