List of celebrities and famous people who were born on June 21st
Famous birthdays on June 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102011
Five American sextuplets were born by Caesarean section at 28 week gestation. Heather Carroll, their mother, had been in hospital for several weeks prior to the birth. Although the babies were small, they were declared healthy by medical staff.
Famous birthdays on June 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002007
Conjoined twins from Fiji, sisters joined at the stomach.
Russian chess player
American family of distinction, first grandchild of Henry Cisneros, former mayor of San Antonio. Russell's parents were Teresa Cisneros Burton, an assistant at Univision and her husband Sean Burton.
Famous birthdays on June 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
American pop star
Austrian race car driver
Wynonna Judd was born to Arch and Wynonna Kelley, an American family of noted people. Pauline was nine pounds and nine ounces when she was delivered by C-section. four ozs. She has an older brother Elijah.
Japanese actress and model
Japanese actress and singer (Cute).
Turkish tennis player
Japanese idol (Momoiro Clover Z)
South Korean singer and actress (Miss A)
Croatian discus thrower
Famous birthdays on June 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American volleyball and basketball player
American basketball player.
Costa Rican-American Chess Player
Costa Rican Grandmaster of Chess
Estonian renju player
Korean pop singer
Ukrainian kick-boxer (d. 2015)
Australian rules footballer
Hiroya Matsumoto. Japanese actor
Japanese baseball player
American singer-songwriter. Del Rey began songwriting when she was 18 years old. She signed her first recording deal with 5 Points Records, in 2007. In January 2010, Del Rey released her first digital album Lana Del Ray. In April 2010, Del Rey purchased herself out of her contract with 5 Points Records. In July 2011, she signed a joint agreement …
French singer. She was born 21 June, the day after the music festival... (father Algerian, mother Morocco). Her hit "Ma Philosophie", which she performed on TV, was then sold at 500 000 copies.
American football player
Japanese actress and TV personality
American professional athlete. He is a Green Bay Packers football player. In 2009, he played his first season.
Estonian basketball player
Australian rules footballer
American football player
French race car driver
American pornographic actress
American drag queen and reality TV personality
An American ex-technical contractor and Central Intelligence Agency employee (CIA), who was a contractor for NSA before disclosing details about a classified NSA spy programme to the media. Snowden provided classified information on top-secret NSA programs, including the PRISM surveillance programme to The Guardian and The Washington Post in June 2013.
Actor and comedian from England
Model and actress from Indonesia
British royal family, the first-born son of Princess Diana and Prince Charles, the heir to the throne of Great Britain. His mother was killed in a car accident on 8/31/1997.
The Duke of Cambridge is second in line to succeed to the British throne
South Korean player
Australian actor and singer
Prince Chuck's son and Lady Di
American keyboardist and singer (The Killers).
Canadian ice hockey player
American baseball player
French-born Italian rugby player
French horse rider
American pole vaulter
American basketball player
Australian rugby player and sportscaster
Turkish educator and pianist
Dominican baseball player
Polish chess player
Famous birthdays on June 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Welsh rugby player
French actor, singer and TV host
Montenegrin football player
French rapper (113)
Mannheim, Germany -- Hockey forward (Team Germany 1998)
Canadian pianist and singer-songwriter
American guitarist and songwriter (Incubus, Time Lapse Consortium).
Miss Universe - Bolivia (1996)
American football player
Australian coach and footballer
Australian television host
Swedish chef and author
Driver of a race car in Australia
American singer/bass player (Park Ave., Tilly and The Wall).
English radio host producer and author
Safety (New Orleans Saints).
American actress, whose performance in Martin ScorseseaEUR (tm)'s "Cape Fear", earned her an Oscar nomination. LewisaEUR(tm's ability to transform her appearance from attractive, seductive to ugly, and repellant is a key part of her success. This can be seen in her role as a sadistic serial murderer in "Natural Born Killers."
An Australian bisexual female field hockey player. Most consider her to be one of the top players in the world. She became Australia's first ever goal scorer at the Commonwealth Games 1998 with 110 goals. She also holds the record for the highest number of international goals.
WNBA guard / Forward (Cleveland rockers).
Linebacker (Indianapolis Colts)
Singer and songwriter from England, guitarist and vocalist (It Bites Arena Frost*, John Wetton).
Canadian ice hockey player
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
NFL tight end (Minn Vikings)
NFL / WLAF cornerback (Denver Broncos, Rhein Fire)
NFL tackle (Miami Dolphins).
CFL quarterback (Saskatchewan Roughriders).
NFL / WLAF receiver (Buccaneers and Barcelona Dragons).
NFL tackle (SD Chargers).
American Marine who served in the Iraq War. He also suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder. At 2:45 am on August 14, 2005, a bottle flew through his Lawrence, MA bedroom window. He then grabbed his gun, and fired into the crowd outside, who had just left a club. He shot at the ground but the bullets from his gun shot …
Irish rugby player and cricketer
Japanese long jumper and sprinter
Swedish singer (Nightwish & Alyson Avenue).
Crown Prince / Son Of King of Nepal
Melbourne, Victoria -- Backstroker (1992, 96 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
NFL cornerback (SF 49ers).
American porn director and actress
Mexican politician who is affiliated with the PRI. He is currently Deputy to the LXII Legislature of Mexico representing the State of Mexico.
American composer and pianist (Black Note).
American producer and rapper (Pete Rock, & C.L. Smooth)
NFL tackle (NE Patriots).
Afton, Minnesota -- Gymnast (1996 Olympics - 5th Place)
Famous birthdays on June 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
French rapper and singer, Manau is the leader vocalist. He was inspired by tales and celtic music.
Italian skier, a bronze medalist for long distance and relay at Albertville, February 1992.
Roseville, California -- Pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals
CFL tackle (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)
NFL linebacker (Seattle Seahawks).
Hamilton, New Zealand -- Coxless rower (1996 Olympics).
Barrie, Ontario -- NHL defenseman (Buffalo Sabres)
English singer-songwriter and DJ
28th Prime Minister of Thailand: Thai politician and businesswoman
French entrepreneur and businessman, founder of E-Bay.
American basketball player: Forward, 76ers
Rocker (Bomb the Bass).
CFL running back (Toronto Argonauts).
American family of distinction, first of four children born to Patrick Nugent (8/9/1943), and Luci Johnson (8/3/1947). He is the great-grandson of Lyndon B. Johnson, former President of the United States.
American comedian and producer
Califon, New Jersey -- Softball pitcher (1996 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
American television personality, who hosts weekdays the Fox News morning show The Real Story with Gretchen Carlson. Carlson previously co-hosted Fox News' morning show Fox & Friends with Steve Doocy, Brian Kilmeade and Brian Kilmeade. Carlson, a talented violinist who won the Miss America Pageant 1989 while representing Minnesota, graduated from Stanford University before pursuing a career in television commentary. …
Actress (1 more Saturday Night)
American athlete. He was drafted by the team as an outside tackle in 1989. He was present at the birth of his child on October 16, 1993, in Houston, and was fined by the Oilers for a week's salary, which was over $100,000. He was scheduled to play the New England Patriots in the Oilers, but Timing and weather issues …
Russian businessman and engineer
Swedish handball player
American actor and radio host
Jacques Chirac launched his career as a French journalist, politician, and mayor of Troyes. After serving as Minister of Budget (Fillon government), he was appointed Finance Minister in 2011.
American film director
Chinese astronaut and general pilot
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma -- Actor (Hamburger Hill, Liberace)
American screenwriter and producer of director films
Australian rugby player and coach
English academic and biologist
American actor. He is best known for his role as Matt Fielding, the openly gay character on prime-time TV. From 1992 to 1997, he played this role. He is married Laura Leighton, who played Sydney Andrews in the series; they have a son Jack Douglas Savant (born October 10, 2000). Savant is the father of two daughters.
Greek avant-garde stage director and choreographer, as well as visual artist
Manager and footballer from Wales
Kidderminster (England) -- Actress (Hope & Glory).
Italian composer and pianist
Dutch type designer
NFL wide receiver (New York Giants).
Typographer and graphic designer from the Netherlands
French racing cyclist who won the French national title for road races in 1986.
Japanese racing driver
California, USA; actor (Corey Baker – Julia).
Russian singer-songwriter/guitarist (Kino), (d. 1990).
He is a French singer who founded "La Mano Negra" He sings in French and Sapanish as well as Italian, Portuguese, English, Spanish, and Arabic.
German keyboard player and producer (KMFDM MDFK Excessive Force Schwein, KGC).
American producer and guitarist (Winger), singer-songwriter
English ice dancer
Dutch pro-equestrian, competitor in Atlanta Olympics 1996, placing 18th for individual dressage.
Famous birthdays on June 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American basketball player, he finished his career with Philadelphia 76ers. He started his professional basketball career in San Diego in 1982 and continued playing until 1998.
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Shakespear’s Sister).
English politician and captain
center (Seattle SuperSonics and Phoenix Suns).
American actor, model and minor actor; the son of Kirk Douglas' second wife. He was a part of "The Flamingo Kid", "Tomboy" and in a TV movie where he played the role of his father as a young man. He was a part of "Golden Child", and he also appeared on TV in the miniseries, "North and South," as well …
Russian astronaut and pilot of the Russian colonel
Bolivian journalist and author
Russian major / Cosmonaut (SK: Soyuz TM-28)
Cartoonist (Vegetarian, Bloom County, Outland)
Russian canoe racer (d.2013)
English drummer (Big Country The Cult Ultravox & Procol Harum).
American illustrator and author
Actor and singer of pop/folk from Italy.
Canadian professional ice hockey player
USSR -- Sabres (1976 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
American homicide. Her boyfriend helped her to kill her parents and her 13-year-old brother. Patricia's parents, brother, and father were killed by the young couple on May 5, 1976, at 10:00 PM CT, Elk Grove, IL.
He is a French soccer player, coach and manager. Since 2007, he is president of the Union of European Football Associations. He was the winner of the Ballon d'Or three years in a row, in 1983 1984, and 1985. He announced that he will be running for FIFA President in February 2016, on 29 July 2015. However, he was not …
French singer, songwriter and producer. He is most well-known for his hit single "Macumba", which he released in 1985.
American actor. California-style blond surfer. Onstage since 1974, TV and film. His TV debut was made in 1976 with a small role on the TV series "Rich Man Poor Man." McCloskey was the costar in a short-lived evening soap called "Executive Suite." It aired its first episode on 9/20/1976. He also starred in "The Bermuda Depths" (1979). He was the …
Los Angeles, California -- Actor (Dallas, Executive Suite, General Hospital)
French jazz trumpeter.
Westport, Connecticut -- Actor. (Legs, French Postcards).
Open Text Corporation was co-founded by a Canadian software developer and entrepreneur.
Brooklyn, New York -- Actor Eldin Murphy Brown
Jamaican singer (Born 1954)
Actress (Deidre-Coronation Street)
American politician and attorney
Anne Kirkbride, an English actress, was best known for her role as Deirdre Barrlow on the Granada Television soap Coronation Street. She played this role for more than 40 years, from 1972 to 2014. She was featured in 1439 episodes.
Austrian academic and author
American politician and general 16th Assistant Secretary Bureau of Political-Military Affairs
Author and poet from Suriname
A Pakistani politician and the first female leader of Islam. She was Ali Bhutto's daughter, who ruled Pakistan during the 1970s. In 1977, General Zia overthrew her father and executed him two years later. After completing her education at Oxford and Harvard, the young woman entered politics in 1988. She was also pregnant with her first child. Bilawal, her son, …
Canadian drug dealer and murderer
Sendai, Japan -- Actress. (Lonely Guy. Romantic Comedy).
Actor from Italy who is sometimes known as Sergio Bini Bustric.
Japanese anime director
New Zealand-English sportscaster and cricketer
Japanese screenwriter and director
English academic and political scientist
American politician and academic, 80th Governor of Vermont
Finnish sprinter (d.2000)
Australian academic and anthropologist
English judge and lawyer
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (E Street Band, Crazy Horse).
Popular French actor who started his career selling trousers. He played Coluche in his first film. He won the Cesar award in 1995 for best actor for his performance in "Le Fils prA (c)fA (c)rA (19c). He was directed by Jean Becker in 2014 while he played with Anne-Sophie Lapix & Daniel Guichard.
American singer and songwriter (Aerosmith).
Scottish screenwriter and actor
New York, USA: Rock drummer (Aerosmith – "Janie Got a Gun")
Dunnville, Ontario -- Canadian Tour golfer (1976 Alberta-3rd)
Greek guitarist and singer-songwriter
Norwegian record producer and Norwegian guitarist
Canadian poet and academic
Famous birthdays on June 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
A Dutch Astrologer, Journalist, and Translator of Abyssinian Hieroglyphics into Dutch for publication in late 1988. Her newsletter "Sterren Tijd", which is published in Amsterdam, is also available.
A French officer was convicted of manslaughter for her role in the sinking Rainbow Warrior.
A Scottish politician, elected Member of Parliament at the General Election on 6/11/1992.
Guyanese-English playwright and poet
Lord Kingarth, Scottish judge and lawyer
British writer. Published in 1975 with "First Love Last Rite", a collection of short stories. It received immediate recognition and was acclaimed immediately. McEwan won numerous awards and honorary degrees. He has also worked with screenplays and published seven novels as well as "The Daydreamer", a story for children.
French composer, who studied at Paris' Conservatoire national souPA(c)rieur musique. Hersant's works are published largely by 'A%0ditions Durand.
Australian singer and boxer (d. 2011).
Polish translator and author
Serbian manager and footballer
Liverpool, England -- Rock guitarist (Badfinger - Come & Get It).
French farmer, who served as the Independent Chairperson for the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Council between 2009 and 2013. He is a certified agricultural technician. From 1970 to 2010, he was a farmer in his village, where he ran a 160-hectare dairy farm. He also worked with his brother and nephew.
American gay ex-episcopal priest and writer, who was HIV positive. No children, not married.
American composer and musician. He has composed over 120 music scores for U.S. films and other international films. He graduated from the Paris Conservatory and began to score films in the late 1960s. Over time, he became France's most prolific screen writer. He has won numerous Cesar awards for his remarkable ability to compose film music in a wide range …
American actress, daughter of Whitney Blake, actress and radio announcer Ted Baxter. She grew up in Hollywood with her showbiz family. She was still a child when her parents divorced. However, she had two stepfathers who were both in the business. She was shy as a child and had no ambitions to act. At 19 she married and had two …
Iranian activist and lawyer Nobel Prize laureate
English singer-songwriter/guitarist (Badfinger, Natural Gas).
American producer and actor
Spanish author and philosopher
USA; actress (Family Ties Bridget loves Bernie).
Illinois, USA; actor ("Family Ties")
Dutch actor (Soldier of Orange).
Actor, producer, scenarist, and director from France who passed away in Paris, 2 July 1999 at the age of 53.
Senior lecturer at two Irish colleges from 1972-1985. She succeeded Stuart Holland as a Member of the Parliament on 6/16/1989.
The charismatic East Timorese poet and revolutionary, Indonesian resistance leader. He heads the Independence Movement of East Timor. The people of East Timor are now able to rejoice in the promise of freedom from fear after 500 years of Portuguese colonization.
1990, Secretary of State for Scotland and Scottish politician. Rumours claimed that he was considering resignation if rebates weren't awarded to Scottish Poll Tax payers, whose savings between 1989-1990 were between the old qualifying levels for relief. He was a Conservative M.P. and was reelected to Parliament in the General Election 6/11/1987.
Polish-American journalist and historian (d. 2015).
Swedish race car driver
Baron Saatchi Iraqi-English businessman founded M&C Saatchi and Saatchi & Saatchi
Norwegian screenwriter and actor (d. 2007).
American race car driver
Hungarian-German professional Astrologer, who was active since 1980 under the pseudonym Dr. Saladin. He was a psychologist, mathematician and philosopher (Marxism), and he is the author of "Astrologie der Walllung", "Buch der Runen" or "Astrologie der Schwans."
Polish poet and philosopher
English-American computer scientist and academic (d. 2015.)
British musician who founded "The Kinks" with his brother Dave in late 1963. The group gained a large following in London. Ray was the lead singer and electric guitar. He was an incredibly talented musician and was known for stopping a song cold if it was not being performed enough. They led the British invasion in America in the 1960s. …
English-American producer and director (d. 2012).
Miss Universe 1964: Greek actress and model
American male, Jane Roberts' "counterpart", as described in her "Seth” books.
Athens, Greece -- Miss Universe (Man Called Horse)
Canadian politician and accountant Canadian Minister of Health (d.2013)
Brazilian pianist composer and producer
American pole vaulter (d.2013)
American CEO of Chubb Insurance Company. O'Hare, known as a natty dresser and college graduate with a BS degree and an MBA degree, is also a Chubb Insurance Company CEO.
Connecticut, United States -- US Assistant attorney General
Jr. American soldier lawyer, politician 3rd United States Secretary for Veterans Affairs
American poet and author
American politician and journalist
American football coach and player
Baron Brooke, Alverthorpe English politician and businessman
Jr., American attorney.
American TV reporter and Congresswoman
American Astrologer, based in Key West FL. She has been a professional astrologer since 1976. She has lived in all 50 states, including Arizona and, since 1994, Maine. She has a lot of media experience and can teach astrology. Her book, "Looking For Papa", which details her 14-year journey to find her father real father, will be published in 1996.
Brazilian senator, from a rich traditional family. Marta Suplicy was his wife. He is the father to rock musician Supla. Marta and he separated shortly after Marta entered politics in 2001.
American-Canadian screenwriter and producer of actor
Pinokkio - Indonesian/Dutch actress
American race car driver (d.2012)
Estonian actor (d. 2011)
Canadian academic and philosopher
French murder victim. She was shot along with her husband Daniel, her child Sabine, and her two grandchildren by Stephane Bohain, Sabine's son-in-law. The incident took place at 9:00 PM MET in Aubagne, France.
New York, USA. Actress (Poloroid spokesperson Marooned).
Pennsylvania, USA; comedian (SCTV, Blue Monday).
Famous birthdays on June 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Puerto Rican politician
Finnish actor and director of theater.
Lawyer and politician from Puerto Rico
American actor best known for his role as Tarzan on TV from 1966-1969. He was 6' 5" tall and a strong performer. He would do all of his stunts himself, including swinging on vines, riding zebra-back, and wrestling tigers. He was known for his daredevil acts and was once considered the television's most hurt actor. He suffered burns, animal bites, …
American singer and banjo player (The Country Gentlemen).
German computer scientist and mathematician
American author and historian
(Rep-R-Indiana, 1983- )
American historian and author
Texas, USA; actor (Tarzan, Doc Savage).
Professor of Comparative Philology at Oxford University
English cricketer and coach
Raphael, a cellist, was one of a few children who survived Theresienstadt concentration camps. He is the sole son of Alice Herz-Sommer, a supercentenarian. His parents sent him to the camp in July 1943. A year later, his father Leopold was transferred to Dachau. He died six weeks prior to it being liberated. Mother and son were placed in a …
Canadian Indian tribe leader
American private citizen. He was the nephew of Gladys Davis, who was the secretary to psychic Edgar Cayce. Cayce claimed that Tom was Thomas Jefferson's reincarnation.
French music teacher and lyric tenor, principally associated with opera and operetta in France.
French writer. Published and a overnight success at the age of 18 with Bonjour Tristesse. Her first book, "Bonjour Tristesse", was translated into 20 languages and she was awarded the Prix des Critiques. Her other works include "A Certain Smile", 1956, "Those Without Shadows", 1957, and "Aimez-Vous Brahms?" 1959, and 1962. She was also the author of several plays, including …
American producer and director of actor
French conductor (orchestras, operas, ballets), composer, and drummer.
Lou Gehrig's Disease (ALS): Case study. Emil Luque, an electrician, was a great fan of golf and amateur baseball/softball.
Cajarc (France) -- Novelist (Bonjour Trieste).
Florida, USA; actor, Second Hundred Years, Dallas
Norwegian actress. She is most well-known for her roles in the films "Mors hus' ('Mothers house'), (1974), "Reisen til julestjernen' ('The Journey to the Christmas Star’) (1976), and "Min forestilling om Mor" (2006 monologue) ("My play about my mother") BA,rsum made her film debut in "Jakten" (19The Hunt) in 1959. She also worked as a freelance writer at Oslo Nye …
English race walker
English actress (d.2009)
American screenwriter and actor
New York, USA. Actor (The Love Boat, Get Smart, That Girl).
American economist and CEO at Gencorp, an aerospace and automotive materials marketer. Reynolds is a serious and thoughtful person who has an AB and a MBA in Economics.
Argentinian pianist composer, conductor
English journalist and civil servant
Italian beauty pageant title holder, model and actress.
American singer (d. 2001)
American singer (d. 2001)
American jazz singer (Little Green Apples).
Polish scientist, philosopher
U.S. Secretary for Health and Human Services
Grossman; News president (NBC-TV).
American politician and journalist, 15th Secretary of Health and Human Services in the United States
Croatian-Canadian screenwriter and animator (d. 1988).
Polish neurologist and academic (d. 2012).
English author and historian
American Astrologer, long-standing member of AFA. Clayton, Benton (Ky.) died from cancer on 11/17/1973.
American football coach and player (d. 2013).
Shadow Foreign Secretary is an English journalist and politician
Philadelphia Phillies, Cleveland Indians
French politician, member of the Socialist Party.
Famous birthdays on June 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
British journalist who wrote for The Guardian as an obituary writer and features writer.
Egyptian actor and singer (d. 1977).
British ambassador (to Mexico)
Former American football player, who played 13 seasons with the Cleveland Browns and was also a member of the Canadian Football League. The Pro Football Researchers Association awarded Gain in the NFL the "Hall of the Very Good" in the Class of 2010. In seven years, he played in five Pro Bowls with the Browns. He was an All-Pro selection …
Egyptian-Greek composer and guitarist (d. 1999).
France sport Champion
Egyptian actor and singer (d. 1977).
German-American mathematician, academic
Norwegian actor. He had his stage debut at Den Nationale Scene in Bergen in 1950. He was also a part of several films. He was the son and painter Paul Lillo–Stenberg. Mette Lange–Nielsen was his wife. With her, he had a son named Lars Lillo–Stenberg.
New York, USA; soprano (Susanna - Le Nozze di Figaro).
British politician and Member of Parliament, who was elected at the General Election on 6/11/1987. He was knighted.
American politician, mayor of Cleveland 1967 and 1969. Television newscaster and U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of the Seychelles. Stokes is known for being the first African-American mayor in a major U.S. metro. He served in World War II before he graduated from high school and college. In 1956, he earned his law degree and was twice elected mayor of …
Cleveland, Ohio -- (Mayor Cleveland) / TV newscaster
American cinematographer, Tahitian-born (d. 2003).
Iraqi-American philosopher and islamologist (d. 2007).
American soldier accountant and politician (d. 2014.)
American actress with a talent for comedy. She is best known as a dramatic actress. She is strong, earthy, and vulnerable. From 1946, when she made her Broadway debut, to 1951, where she established her reputation with "Rose Tattoo," her first Broadway play.
Italian journalist, writer, and republican politician. He was also the 45th Prime Minster of Italy. He died in 1994, on the 4th of August.
New York, USA. Actress (Airport Coccoon Plaza Suite).
French psychoanalyst, author and winemaker.
Canadian ice hockey coach and player (d. 2007).
Swedish art historian and collector (d. 2006).
Canadian-English clarinet player, cartoonist
Swedish pioneering museum director and art collector (d. 2006).
Swedish pioneering museum director and art collector (d. 2006).
French-Canadian female impersonator born as Jean Guida de Mortellaro to wealthy parents in Paris. He took inspiration for his name from the film Gilda with Rita Hayworth. Popular in France and French-speaking Canada, he released several albums. he was bisexual and twice married to a woman. He died on 27 June 2012 in Montreal.
American art historian.
French-Canadian journalist, author, and politician (d. 2007.
Tennessee, USA; actor. (Shannon – The D.A. 's Man).
Canadian politician and journalist (d. 2007).
American civil servant and banker (d. 2013).
French psychoanalyst and philosopher, who died 25 January 2011.
Estonian shot putter and discus thrower, decathlete (d. 2006).
American actress who rose to fame after a controversy over her breasts. In 1946, she made "The Outlaw," her first film, under contract to Howard Hughes. Hughes' engineering skills in building an uplift bra and a gentle romp in hay were the reasons the film was banned. The film was not released before 1947.
American actress, winner of the Oscar in 1950 for Best Actress for "Born Yesterday". Her role was that of a dumb, perky blonde. Judy started her theater association as a backstage switchboard operator at Orson Welles Mercury Theater. She made her stage debut in a cabaret troupe, "The Revuers." This led to her appearing in three Hollywood movies in 1944, …
American producer of several TV series. His career began as a minor actor in films between 1945 and 1952, such as "The Story of G.I. Joe." Joe" to "Washington Story". Then, he found his niche as an executive producer for television, with "The Jungle Trap," 1954 and "The Frank Sinatra Show," 1958. He also produced "The Twilight Zone," 1959, and …
American television producer and actor (d. 2010).
American chemistr, professor and dean of Massachusetts Institute of Technology School of Science since 1967.
American basketball pro-basketball player, 1946-1947. He was 46 years old when he died.
NYC, New York -- Actress. (Hell Below Zero and Joy in the Morning).
French politician, one the negotiators for the A%0vian Accords.
American army, Lieutenant General. On the 3rd of July 2005, he died.
French politician (d. 1976).
Kokomo Military man
American basketball player, he was a 1949-50 season's pro.
American arranger and musician, he was a pianist and harpsicord player. He was part of the Lawrence Welk Orchestra for many years and the cast of the TV series.
London, England -- Actress (Adventures by Sir Francis Drake).
Swiss figure skater
British Army Nursing Service (QARANC).
Famous birthdays on June 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
French producer and host of French game shows, he is perhaps most well-known for creating the 1961 game show Intervilles. This show was the basis for the British show It's A Knockout. He popularized the term "Schmilblick" as well.
The Cosanti was designed by an Italian-American architect (d. 13).
American comedian, stage, and TV actor. He has performed on Broadway solo and as a partner with Mimi Hines. Mimi Hines was his second wife, and he was married to her from 1954-1972. Their breakthrough performance was on the Jack Paar television program in 1958. They toured together as Ford and Hines, and continued to work professionally together after their …
Canadian politician and journalist.
Italian martyr and saint (d. 35)
Russian chess player and coach (d.68)
French-Canadian diplomat, politician, and journalist (d. 1997).
French politician, MP (UNR UDR then RPR in Paris from 1961-1997, Secretary of State for medium- and small industry 1969-1972, Mayor of the 9th arrondissement Paris 1983-192001. He died in Neuilly-sur-Seine on the 1st of August 2006.
English sociologist and anthropologist (d.1995)
Norwegian lieutenant (d. 1968)
German soldier (d. 2000)
Author and academic English historian (d. 1994).
American baseball coach and manager (d. 1992).
English sociologist and anthropologist (d.1995)
American mountaineer painter, and author
Canadian engineer (d. 2006)
Hungarian mathematician, academic (d. 555)
American academic and economist (d. 1993).
A Belgian child saw the Virgin in a vision along with her siblings Albert, Gilberte and Gilberte on 11/29/1932. For more information, see Gilberte Voisin’s entry.
British manufacturer / multi-millionaire
English inventor and industrialist (d.2001)
J. C. Bamford was founded by an English businessman (d. 2001).
Canadian ice hockey player (d.77)
American physicist, astronomer (d.2000)
German soldier and astronomer (d.93)
French soccer player. He died in 1969.
Canadian-American economist, academic Nobel Prize laureate
Sri Lankan scholar and monk (d. 2003).
Author / screenwriter
French Martinican poet, politician (Born 1913).
American novelist, critic and writer. She is a controversial author who has published autobiography, novels and short stories as well as essays, literary criticism, and books on Italian art. Her writing style is characterized by strong personal elements and acerbic humor.
Indian playwright and author (d. 2009).
Polish pilot and engineer (d.2000)
American producer and manager (d.2012)
Australian historian and journalist (d. 1954).
Russian poet and author (d. 1971).
Famous birthdays on June 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
German soldier and politician (d. 1945).
Dutch billiard champion.
American philosopher and academic
French urban planner and architect. Dufau was chief architect for national and official buildings.
Hungarian artist and graphic designer. She is best known for transcribing a series of spiritual instructions that she received in Hungary during World War II. The book is known in English as 'Talking with Angels'. She died in Tartaras (Community of Ampuis), France, on May 25, 1992.
Belgium sport Champion
French surrealist artist, model, and performer.
French model, performer, and artist (d. 1946).
German-American pianist and educator (d.2005)
American actress (d. 1957).
French author, philosopher, essayist, playwright, and novelist. His philosophy of existencealism denied that the world has any meaning and suggested that each individual is responsible for their own destiny. Sartre was the leader of the French intelligence after 1939. Although he was nominated for the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1964, he declined it for political reasons.
French journalist and former general director of Tour de France (1936-1986). He created the yellow jersey and founded L'Equipe.
Existentialist / writer (Le Mur, Nobel 1964; declined)
French publisher (Tour de France)
American artist and illustrator (d. 2003).
German runner and coach (d.1984)
Dickinson, North Dakota -- Actress.
St. Louis, Missouri -- Cartoonist (NINA, New York Times)
Actress / dancer (Love Toy).
Canadian professional ice hockey player (d. 377)