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2009 - 2000

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

  • American identical twins, and well-known family members, are daughters of rapster Sean Combs (Sean Combs), and Kim Porter. D'Lila Star Combs, her sister Jessie James Combs and her brother Sean Combs were born at 7:56 AM. D'Lila Star Combs was named after Kim's grandmother Lila Star and Jessie after Sean's grandmother Jessie Smalls.


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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


1979 - 1970

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

  • American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Fuel Manzarek Krieger, Circus Diablo).

  • Lithuanian ice dancer

  • in Israel; athlete (Olympics-1996).

  • NFL running back (Cleveland Browns).

  • NFL running back (Miami Dolphins).

  • WLAF linebacker (Frankfurt Galaxy).

1969 - 1960

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


1959 - 1950

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

  • Corinne Touzet

    French actress, comedian on TV, producer and producer of West Indian descent. She was born in Boulogne-sur-Mer, and she studied litterature at Aix-en-Provence University. Her role in "Une Femme d'Honneur", a French- and Swiss-television series, is her most prominent.

  • American athlete (Born 1959).

  • He is an Italian film director and actor. Margherita Buy, his wife, is also an Italian film actor.

  • American actress, businesswoman, and field and track star. Griffith set world records for the 100- and 200-meter races at Seoul Olympic Games 1988. Griffith was beautiful, fast and poised. Her career was elevated by guest appearances in 227 television shows.

  • French designer of high quality leather goods.

  • American tennis player, who has seven world championship titles. She is known as "Chris America" and was named the Women's Sports Foundation's "Greatest Woman Athlete of all time in 1985." Evert started playing tennis at the age of five. Her dad was a tennis pro and later became her coach. She began playing professionally at age 16 and was accompanied …

  • Florida, USA; tennis pro Miss Pokerface.

  • Japanese actor and boxer

  • Betty Wright

    R&B Singer

  • Conductor and pianist from Hungary, English

  • Hungary; pianist (Tchaikovsky-1974).

  • British pro-astrologer and founder of "The Electric Ephemeris", a software company. Ananda was ready to make some major changes in 1999. Ananda set aside a year to study Java programming and work full-time as a program designer for an institution that conducts research in aeronautics engineering and science. He also began to work with Laurids Petersen, Electric Ephemeris' programmer, on …

  • Italian critic and writer responsible for selecting certain books. He also wrote a book review on Maria Goretti.

  • DreamWorks Animation was co-founded by American producer and screenwriter, DreamWorks Animation.

  • Norwegian singer-songwriter and folk musician. He is known as the "voice of Oslo", due to his many classic songs about Oslo. Nilsen has worked with Pete Seeger, his idol, on many occasions.

  • Reality Star

  • Norwegian singer-songwriter

1949 - 1940

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

  • Paco de LucAa, a Spanish flamenco guitarist and composer, was also a producer. He was a leading advocate of New Flamenco and helped to legitimize flamenco among Spain's establishment. He was also one of the first flamenco musicians to successfully cross over into jazz and classical music. Eric Clapton and Richard Chapman, the authors of Guitar: History, Players, refer to …

  • Manager and footballer from Ireland

  • French pop singer.

  • American musician. One of three brothers who founded "The Beach Boys", along with Mike Love, their cousin, and Al Jardine. Carl was the lead guitarist and vocalist for the group's first performance, which took place on December 31, 1962. From that moment on, the group was a huge success and sold more than 100,000,000 records. The band was a pioneer …

  • California, USA; conductor (La Traviata).

  • American conductor (Born 1946).

  • California, USA; rock vocalist (Beach Boys - "Barbie", "Good Vibrations").

  • French rugby player and leader of the Spanghero tribe. He is the first of three brothers to play championship rugby. Walter was a 2nd row player for Narbonne. He is now a garage-owner.

  • American actor who appeared in a lot of David Lynch's works, including the star role in his dark masterpiece, "Eraserhead" and a recurring role in the TV series, "Twin Peaks".

  • Swedish actress

  • American musician. He is a singer, guitarist, composer, actor, record producer, and director. In 1964, he created the Mothers Of Invention and jumped on the R'n'R circuit in the '60s. He released more than 50 records and displayed an impressive mastery of all musical styles, from jazz fusion and rock to doo-wop to classical. He released 60 albums, including "Uncle …

  • Texas, United States -- Singer (Hey Paula)

  • Finnish news broadcaster

  • Maryland, USA; composer/musician/satirist (Mothers of Invention, Catholic Girls).

  • American singer (Paul & Paula)

1939 - 1930

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

  • Businessman and philanthropist from Syria-Monacan

  • American merchandise marketer and CEO at Bemis, a packaging business. Roe is a college graduate with a BA degree in History and a MBA in Marketing. He is an avid fly-fisherman as a hobby.

  • Canadian politician and academic 2nd Canadian Minister for Foreign Affairs

  • Jane Fonda

    American actress, who has at times been a sexpot and a feminist, a politician, a producer of exercise videos, a businesswoman, philanthropist, and wife to well-known men. She has become the object of both admiration and outrage as she reinvents herself in many different forms throughout her life. Fonda, a radical who often displays poor judgment, is known for her …

  • French dancer who joined Paris Opera in 52. She also performed abroad. She was a choreographer and a ballerina. In 1983, she was appointed ballet mistress at the Paris Opera Ballet. Age 48, she died in Paris after a long, unspecified, illness.

  • American politician

  • New York, USA. Actress (Barbarella Klute, fitness videos).

  • British writer and artist, currently living in London.

  • Phil Donahue

    American television personality. He was a prominent talk-show host and pioneer in audience interaction through a flexible, engaging on-air performance. The Donahue program was broadcast on more than 200 stations across the country. He aired 29 seasons and 6,000 shows. He won 20 Emmys as well as one Peabody Award.

  • Canadian politician and academic 22nd Governor General of Canada

  • Black Muslim leader (Born 1935).

  • Italian racing driver (Born 1935).

  • He was a French equestrian and won the gold medal at 1968 Olympics.

  • Indian poet and critic (d. 2014.)

  • American critic and author

  • He was a Finnish politician and Prime Minister of Finland four different times. He was also a long-standing leader of the Social Democratic Party of Finland. Sorsa passed away on 16 January 2004.

  • Barry Sullivan

    American CEO of First Chicago, a financial banking institution. Sullivan graduated from Columbia in 1956 with a BA and the University of Chicago in 1957, with an MBA.

  • Businessman

  • "Wim" van de Zee; Secretary of Council of Churches.

1929 - 1920

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

  • American scientist, editor of The Humanist, and founder member of CSICOP (Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal), in the '70s. He claims to be a "critical thinker", but is found to be rigidly biased in favor of censorship, suppressing evidence, and defending his personal biases. Kurtz published the famous 'Objections to Astrology' in 1976. It was …

  • French writer and songwriter.

  • Russian actress (d.2013)

  • Neuilly sur Seine Journalist

  • American physical therapist, and baseball player for the All-American Girl's Professional Baseball League. She was a Rockford Peach player from 1943-1951, and again in 1953.

  • Columnist and writer in Urdu

  • American poet, author, and educator.

  • Blanche Siska, a famous family member of the American Telephone Company, worked as a telephone operator for many years. She is not married and has no children.

  • American priest who lived in Mexico. He founded Nuestros PequeA+os Hermanos in 1954. This charity cares for abandoned and neglected children across Latin America. Father Wasson, who suffered complications from a hip injury, died in Arizona on August 16, 2006.

  • Honduran writer, who took Guatemalan citizenship. He is known for his humorous and ironic short stories. He is a key figure in Latin American "Boom", and has received numerous awards, including the Prince of Asturias Award in Literature(2000), Miguel Angel Asturias National Prize in Literature(1997) and the Juan Rulfo Award (1996).

  • A Scottish cellist, she studied in Rome and Paris. She gave her debut recital in London in 1953. She was a leading concert soloist and also taught at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music (1954-1981) and the Royal College of Music (1967-1981).

  • American lawyer and counsel to Carter Adminisrtation (Born 1921)

  • Havana, Cuba -- Ballerina

  • Canadian actor and director (d. 1988).

  • French sociologist, anthropologist, and ethnologist. He is well-known for his work in Sub-Saharan Africa. He is currently a professor emeritus in Paris-V at the Sorbonne (UniversitA (c) RenA (c) Descartes) and a member the Center for African Studies [Centre d'A (c)tudes africaines]), a research centre of the A%0cole pratique Des hautes A(c).tudes (School for Advanced Studies In the Social Sciences). …

  • American cartoonist (d. 2006).

  • Cuban ballerina

1919 - 1910

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

  • Scottish artist and sculptor. He died 18 September 1988.

  • Sweden -- 1K Kayak (1948, 52 and 56 Olympics - Gold Medalist).

  • Austrian President 1986-1992. Lawyer and diplomat. He was the fourth Secretary General for the United Nations 1972-1981. He attended the Diplomatic Academy and Vienna University. He was drafted into the army in 1939 and worked as an interpreter for staff officers in the Balkans. His first assignment abroad was as a secretary at the Embassy in Paris 1948-1951, after he …

  • American stockbroker and President of Merrill Lynch, in 1968. He was worth more than $10 million by 1979. He was born into a middle-class family and won a scholarship to Harvard. He was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps in WW II and trained at Merrill Lynch. He was elected President at the age of 49. He is direct, …

  • German writer of short stories, novels and essays was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature 1972. He was the most prominent critic and chronicler of West German society after World War II. His early works, which detailed the stresses of postwar Germany, were a clear sign of his disillusionment. Boll's disillusionment was evident in his early work, which described the …

  • English author

  • choreographer (Limelight).

  • Havana, Cuba -- Ballerina "American Ballet Theatre"

  • Scientist

  • American astrologer. His friend Manly Hall suggested that he join the Army as an air cadet. He joined the U.S. Army on 5/12/1941. The day after Pearl Harbor, he joined the USAF on 12/08/1941. He worked in the finance company that gave him bank experience. He served in the military in Europe during WW II. He visited Europe in 1950-51 …

  • Hungarian-Croatian painter (d. 1992)

  • Australian microbiologist, virologist (d.2010)

  • Austro-Hungarian-born Croatian painter (d. 1992)

  • Paul Meurisse

    French actor and fiancA(c), of singer Edith Piaf. His film career began in 1941

  • Algerian-born soccer star who played for France. Although he was part of the 1938 World Cup team, he did not participate in the event.

  • Junie Astor

    French actress on stage and in film.

  • Block Drug is an American company headed by a CEO. Block is a specialist in merchandise marketing finance accounting with a BS degree in business. He is still active with seven more years on his contract as of 1991.

  • American Astrologer, lecturer, teacher, and writer.

  • Negro League slugger, at 35, succumbs to a brain tumour.

  • "Negro Babe Ruth" (hit 800+ homeruns).

  • Norwegian physician. From 1964 to 1980, he was professor of medicine at Oslo's UllevAY=l Hospital. He held key positions during the Nazi Germany Occupation Norway, including as Secretary General of The Coordination Committee. In 1976, he was decorated Knight First Class of Royal Order of St. Olav.

  • Belgian-French centenarian, wife of Joseph Bouglione (the patriarch of a circus family dynasty).

  • USA; American architect and 20th Century Fox art director. He worked for Disney from 1955 to 1995, helping to plan Disneyland layout and designs for many other buildings. Emmy Award 1962 was given for his work on planning and designing Walt Disney World.

1909 - 1900

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

  • Norwegian architect, professor and illustrator. His father, Diderik Brochmann was a sailor and writer. Zinken Hopp was his sister.

  • Iowa, United States -- Lawyer/Undersecretary of State

  • Japanese journalist and author (d.92)

  • Japanese journalist and mystery writer (d. 1992).

  • French actress and singer, best known for "La forAat qui tue", (1927).

  • American attorney and banker (d. 2008).

  • Los Angeles, California -- TV Executive (started Today show)

  • He was an Italian writer and politician, as well as a columnist, journalist and columnist. He was a member of the Italian Chamber of Deputies from 1958 to 1972.

  • France sport Champion

  • British writer best known for his autobiographical 12 volume series of novels "A Dance to the Music of Time," 1951-1975. This million-word masterpiece is one of the most highly respected literary creations since World War II. Powell was called the "English Proust".

  • French poet, painter, and designer of stained-glass windows. He was the great-great-grandson of Sir George Hayter, the English Court portraitist. Bazaine, who had been working on a series collages for a day, died at the age 96.

  • At 88, a US columnist/writer (NY Post) dies

  • Philosopher

  • He was a French road bike racer who won two stages at the Tour de France. He also became the manager of the French national team. He was the leader of the team during 12 Tours, and won six. He was buried in Saint-LyA(c), 26 January 1995.

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