List of celebrities and famous people who were born on May 21st
Famous birthdays on May 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102015
An Irish family legend, Kian Egan is the second son of Kian Egan, an Irish musician, and Jodi Albert, his English actress wife.
First online appearance of fraternal twins holding hands. 260000 views on YouTube a day later.
Online photo of first twins holding hands
Famous birthdays on May 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002005
American daughter of noted father, Hall-of-Fame hockey player Cam Neely. She was born June 6, 1965, according to her birth certificate.
Famous birthdays on May 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Dutch tennis player
English diver and Olympian
American actress and singer
Famous birthdays on May 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
New Zealand singer and actress
South Korean actress and singer (Kara).
South Korean singer/songwriter/dancer (Girl's Day).
Born in Man Isle, British road cycling sprinter. He won two stages in the Tour de France 2013. Five stages were also won in 2010. There were 26 stages between 2008 and 2015. He fell at the end of the first stage in 2014. He was injured (shoulder) and "Manx Missile" had the right to withdraw from the race.
English singer-songwriter (Sugababes, Mutya Keisha Siobhan).
American porn model and actress
Czech tennis player
Norwegian swimmer (d. 2012)
Italian pop singer, who has sold over 245,000 albums and 60,000 singles.
American baseball player
English rapper producer and actor
California, United States -- Patricia Frustaci is the mother of 7
American actress. She plays Alison Stewart on the soap opera "As The World Turns."
German beach volleyball player
American football player
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Suburban Legends, Big D and The Kids Table).
German singer and drummer.
100m / 200m Backstroke (1996 Olympics – Gold Medalist).
American soccer player
German singer and drummer
Polish pole vaulter
American Ice Hockey Player
American baseball player
Japanese singer and actress with a Japanese voice
American actor and martial artist. In 2008, he made his film debut as the bully Lupo in "The Forbidden Kingdom".
American television personality
Famous birthdays on May 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Australian academic and author
Scottish politician, Minister for Sport Health Improvement and Mental Health
Canadian musician (Loverboy) (Born 1955)
Model and pornographic actress from Germany-America
American hockey player in the NHL and other leagues. Between 2002 and 2007, he played for the San Jose Sharks, and Philadelphia Flyers.
Miss Virginia Teen USA (1996)
Terrorist and political anarchist from France who attempted to assassinate President Jacques Chirac 14 July 2002. Brunerie was sentenced on 10 December 2004 to ten year imprisonment. He was released on 3 August 2009 after seven years.
American football coach and player
English snooker player
Moroccan runner (d. 2013)
Indian actress and doctor Mrs. World 2001
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (CKY World under Blood and Foreign Objects).
French soccer/football player who was a left winger and played for the French national football team (1999–2001).
Welsh guitarist (Lostprophets)
(The Craft, Gas Food Lodging
American rapper and producer (Mobb Deep)
American professional golfer on the PGA Tour
French rapper, born in Republic of Cape Verde to French parents. He is a member of the band MinistA"re MER (see Doc Gyneco). He started his solo career after his divorce in 1996. He is also an actor.
Australian singer and actor
Ohio, USA; Canadian Tour golfer (1994 Space Coast-4).
Actor (MTV Real World and Grind)
Czechoslovakia; hockey goalie (Team Czechoslovakia Republic, Olympics-1998).
NFL running back (Green Bay Packers, Super Bowl 31).
Famous birthdays on May 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
English cricketer (Born 1930)
Director and journalist from Georgian Ukraine (d. 2000).
Manitoba, Canada; NHL left-wing (New Jersey Devils).
French matador and banderillero.
Estonian screenwriter and director producer
Singer and actress for children in the Philippines (d. 1985).
American actress and singer-songwriter
Canadian professional wrestler (d.2007)
American singer-guitarist (Jawbreaker Jets To Brazil The Thorns of Life, Forgetters)
Ontario, Canada; Canadian Tour golfer (Western Ontario Amateur-1992).
American actor plays Dr. Lisa Cuddy in Fox TV's House. Her father was a doctor.
Quebec City, Quebec -- Actress (Red Lips 2)
American producer and actor
She is an American photographer editor and cookbook writer. She is the daughter of an American mother from Kerala, India, and a father from India. Kaimal was born in Belmont, MA. Her mission is to share the delicious flavors of South Indian food, particularly Keralan food, with food lovers. At the age of 9, she began to travel to India …
American singer and actress
Michigan, USA; Canadian Tour Golfer (1991 Transamerica).
Sweden; NHL defenseman (Calgary Flames).
American professional wrestler (d.2007)
American producer and screenwriter
USSR -- Figure skater (1976 Olympics)
American composer and educator
American porn actress
Keyboard / Sax (Dead, Alive-You Spin me Round)
American serial killer. He lived in Milwaukee's west side, which is notoriously violent. A 32-year old man ran from his apartment on 7/23/1991, claiming that Dahmer wanted to kill him. Police entered the freezer and found Polaroid photos showing mutilated males. Two severed heads were found inside, as well as a file cabinet containing human skulls. A kettle containing human …
Indian actor and producer
American political analyst and writer
Maryland, USA; PGA Golfer (1992 Chattanooga).
Famous birthdays on May 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American screenwriter and actor
French author and specialist in Korea.
Maldivian politician, 6th President of Maldives
French housing developer manager, responsible for La CitA(c), des 4000 housing complex at La Courneuve. Zaidi was a small-scale drug dealer and was responsible for several shootings and gangland murders since December 1988. His defense attorney considered him mentally ill when he appeared in court. His prior records showed that he had been sentenced to 20 years for holding up …
French fashion designer (d. 2015)
rock keyboardist (Madness).
American screenwriter and producer of director films
American comedy film actor best known for his roles as Eddie Murphy's dim-witted sidekick in "Beverly Hills Cop" and a bumbling kidnapper in "Ruthless People," with Danny DeVito and Bette Midler.
Colton, California -- Volleyball player (1984 Olympics-Silver Medalist).
British Conservative politician
American basketball player
American Mixed Martial Arts announcer
Elias, an American contemporary art dealer, is married to Karen Keane, the CEO of Skinner, Inc., which introduced him to this position. She told a journalist that he was the perfect candidate for the job because he loves to talk. Elias is the owner of Elias Fine Art in Allston. He did not have any experience with antiques and was …
Delaware, USA; actor. (Fast Times At Ridgemont High, Beverly Hills Cop).
American producer and songwriter (Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers).
English field hockey player
American baseball player. He was a center fielder for the San Francisco Giants and Cincinnati Reds between 1980 and 1988. He was suffering from cocaine addiction and was suspended for the 1988 season. However, he was briefly reinstated and was then let go on 31 July 1988. This happened two days after he had played his last game.
Molly Hatchet is a rock keyboardist
Florida, USA; rock drummer (Tom Petty & Heartbreakers).
American producer and voice actress
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Bar Kokhba Sextet).
Sri Lankan-Canadian blogger and journalist
French politician and president of the Corsica regional council. He is a member the Union for a Popular Movement
American author and astrologer, since the age 11 She is the daughter of Dr. Zipporah and Dr. Zipporah Dbyns. In Psychology, University of California Berkeley, June 1974. Phi Beta Kappa. Her M.A. In Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology Los Angeles, July 1976. In May 1977, she was ordained as a minister in the Los Angeles Community Church of …
Italian lyricist, loved by many. She married Red Canzian 6/29/1986.
Illinois, USA; actor
He is an American comedian, writer, and US senator. His comedy career began on "Saturday Night," which later became "Saturday Night Live." He performed and wrote skits; he won Emmy Awards for his work. In 1995, he left the show and began writing books that mocked politicians, particularly Republicans. Five of his books made it to the top five, including …
Swedish poet, killed himself in Vaasa on November 23, 1983.
French double bassist and composer
English journalist and economist
Famous birthdays on May 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
British editor of "The Sunday Times" who was, at the time of his appointment, BritainaEUR(tm's youngest editor of any national newspaper. He was awarded 1000 pounds in libel damages for his alleged mistreatment of the "Sunday Telegraph" in January 1990. Neil is arguably Britain's most prominent editor and one of BritainaEUR(tm).
British police officer
Editor (Sunday Times)
English singer and songwriter
Scottish politician and journalist Minister of State for Europe
Actress (Beverly Hills 90210).
English judge and lawyer
English critic and author
American producer and singer (Chicago and Sons of Champlin).
California, USA; actor ("Battlestar Galactica").
Turkish academic and historian
American academic and physician (d. 1992).
English-American screenwriter and producer (d.2013)
Actor / director (Havana, Make-up)
Australian TV-reporter/owner (Fox Sports).
French long jumper. His personal best jump was 8.16m in June 1969 in Pulversheim.
American actor best known for his role as Lorne Greene’s son, the space-pilot on "Battlestar Galactica". To pursue a wider scope, he quit the show but found a dry time during which he received therapy for depression. He returned to film after a year of retirement as Charlie Chan's number one grandson.
Germany; astronaut (STS 22).
German physicist, astronaut
Baroness Afshar Iranian English academic and politician
Irish politician, lawyer, and human rights advocate. She has a long-standing interest in women's rights and civil liberties. Robinson, who was the first woman to be elected President of Ireland, was inaugurated on 12/03/1990. She resigned on 9/12/1997 and accepted a position as United Nations High Commissioner For Human Rights.
French ecclesiastic, a Trappist monk. On 3/17/1996, seven of the monks were kidnapped from their monastery in Tibéhirine, Algeria and they were executed on 5/23/1996, reportedly by Muslim extremists. Their bodies were discovered on 5/30/1996 in Médéa, Algeria. In July 2009 a French general claimed that the monks had actually been killed by an Algerian Army helicopter and that the …
American screenwriter and author (d. 2013).
Rock guitarist (Animals – "House of the Rising Sun")
English composer and pianist (The Crazy World of Arthur Brown & Atomic Rooster, d. 1989).
American race car driver
British homicide victim. William Hepper was a neighbour and a friend of the family. He took Margaret, his daughter, on a holiday in Hove. Her mother took her daughter and Margaret on a holiday to Hove. When they didn't return, she went to Hove to find the girl, 13 years old, strangled to death in her bedroom. Hepper was convicted …
Missouri, USA, Colonel US Marine Corp/astronaut, STS-29, STS-38)
Latvian swimming champion who was awarded with the award together with his sister Ilsa.
French journalist, critic, and author of three novels: "Lueur de Plomb" 1963, "Diane Lanster" 1978 (InteralliA(c), prize) and "La LeASSonInaugurale," 1990.
American baseball player and manager
4th Baron Greenway English politician and photographer
An English singer and guitarist who was a pioneer in Germany's "beat" music scene during the 1960s. He is most well-known for using the then-unknown Beatles to backup him on his 1961 recording of "My Bonny".
Famous birthdays on May 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
French comedian, poet, and playwright.
Conductor and composer of the Swiss oboe
American actor, director, screenwriter, and producer. From 1968 to 1969, he played the role of Bart Jason, a safari photographer on Daktari. His film credits include The Sidehackers (1969) and The Hellcats (1967). Red Dead Redemption, Undead Nightmare were his videogame credits. Ross Hagen, 72, died from prostate cancer in Brentwood, Los Angeles on 7 May 2011.
New York, USA. Actor (Joe-Rhoda, Don-Another Day).
Swiss writer. Studied German literature and history in Basel and Montpellier. He also received a PhD in Basel in 1966. He was a lector at several publishing houses. Later, he lived in Frankfurt as a free author, and later, in ZA 1/4. His first book was published.
Burma -- Jesuit priest/Zen teacher/divisionary of Yamada Kuun
French columnist and author, who was best known for his novel "Le Cavalier bleu", published in 1982. He also became well-known for his political support of the monarchy. He was buried in Lavardac, on the 2nd of October 1992.
Polish-American biologist, academic Nobel Prize laureate
German biologist, Nobel laureate
founder (Runnymead Trust).
English clarinet player and bandleader (d.2013)
Italian filmmaker and TV producer. Director of "Drive In," a movie about an Italian filmmaker. His films were shown at the Venice Film Festival. He also films competitive events for RAI. Recchia was awarded the Naxos Award.
American horn player and bandleader
Nobel Prize winner in academic biochemistry from Sweden
Chinese-English journalist and author (d.2013)
French trumpeter and musician.
American doctor, obstetrician, and leader in holistic health movement.
Soviet weightlifter (d. 1993)
Russian weightlifter (d. 1993)
French professional road cyclist. He won 105 races from 1952 to 1968. He won the national road championship four more times: 1960, 1962 and 1963, as well as 1964. He won the 1962 world road championship and won the 1966 Amstel Gold Race and Vuelta a EspaA+ in 1958.
French author and lawyer, an authority on Louis-Ferdinand CA (c)line.
principal (College of Saint Hilda & Saint Bede Durham).
Greek intelligence chief and admiral (d. 2014).
English soccer player (World Champion 1950), is killed at age 70
Latvian surgeon and javelin thrower (d. 2011).
French philosopher historian; Honorary Professor at University of Caen, University of Geneva, and University of Rouen. He specializes in German Philosophy.
German author of short stories, novels and poems. Member of the group 47.
Italian beauty queen and winner of Miss Italy 1948. She married Tiberio Mitri in 1952. They were boxing champs from 1950 to 1954. Franco died from cirrhosis in her liver on 5/05/1988.
President of Cyprus (1988-1993).
Italy sport Champion
Australian politician who was Prime Minister of Australia from 1975 to 1983 and Leader of the Liberal Party between 1983 and 1985.
American bassist (d. 1982).
Principal / Vice chancellor (Edinburgh University).
Director (Shakespeare Institute University of Birmingham).
Famous birthdays on May 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Georgia, USA; pianist (Lincoln Center).
English silversmith and industrial designer (d.2000)
Ameritech is an American industrial engineer who is also the CEO of Ameritech. Ameritech is a relatively new telecommunications company. Weiss graduated from college with a BS degree in Industrial Engineering.
American drummer (d. 2012)
American FM radio DJ (pioneer radio, freeform radio) (Born 1928).
Portugal ecclesiastic. He was the titular head of the Roman Catholic Church of Portugal. He was the only child from a poor family. Antonio, aged 10, was sent to Braga's seminary after his father died. He remained there until he was ordained as a priest in 1952. In 1959, he earned his doctorate and began to teach theology and write …
Antique dealer / heritage campaigner
Yorkshire, England -- Actress (Genevieve, Les Girls)
Hungarian businessman and diplomat (d 2012)
American photographer, best known for his covers photos of jazz musicians such as Miles Davis, Count Basie and John Coltrane. Jazz at Lincoln Center hosted an exhibition entitled "Looking at Jazz: The Jazz Photography Of Chuck Stewart" which was held from Novem to celebrate Stewart's award for excellence in jazz photography.
British actress Genevieve dies from Leukemia at 32
Massachusetts, United States -- Poet/Narrator (Island).
New York, USA. Actor (Day of the Wolves Eagles Attack at Dawn).
Massachusetts, USA; actress/TV panelist. (To Tell the Truth Mame).
Pennsylvania, USA; composer (Book of Imaginary Beings).
American comedian and actress (Born in 1924)
American football player and coach of Armenian descent, who led the University of Notre Dame in its national championships in 1966-73. Parseghian has been married twice and is the proud father of three children.
Swiss-American mathematician (d. 2003).
American actress (d. 2012).
Vice admiral of France, French naval officer who died in Paris on 16 January 1986
Germany Military man
American physician, both a pediatrician as well as an immunologist.
Soviet nuclear physicist and dissident, as well as human rights activist.
British computer scientist (d.2010)
Indian philosopher, writer, social revolutionary poet, composer, and language expert. Ananda Marga, which offers meditation and yoga instruction, was founded by Sarkar in 1955. His spiritual name is Shrii Shrii Anandamurti, and he is known as Baba by his disciples.
English computer scientist and academically designed OXO (d.2010)
French stage designer.
French professional road bike racer, who won stage 4 in the 1952 Tour de France.
London, England -- Actor ("Malta Story, Wooden Horse")
American tuba player and educator (d.2007)
American businessman founded the Music Man Company
Famous birthdays on May 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
French actress, who was killed at Mesnil-le-Roi on September 30, 2014.
American businessman, real-estate developer, and philanthropist who pioneered the economic extraction of shale oil. George Mitchell was the son of Greek immigrants in Galveston, Texas. He was born in 1919. He graduated first in his class at Texas A&M University in petroleum engineering. Mitchell Energy & Development Corp. was his first independent oil and gas business and he built it …
His brother FranASSois Mitterrand, a French soldier and well-known family member is his.
Lou Gehrigs Disease kills Jack Benny Show, an Irish-American radio personality and singer (born 1916).
American baseball player. He was a left-handed left-fielder and played in ten games for Philadelphia Phillies in September 1940.
Perry Mason, actor, dies from liver cancer at 76
New York, Irish comedian/tenor (Jack Benny Show Danny Boy).
French writer (Just Causes).
Popular American author of novels. He is one of the most popular writers of all time. His 25 best-sellers have sold over 750 millions copies in 32 languages.
Police officer and Dutch sprinter (d. 2002).
Tennis player (US Open 1923-25, 27-29, 31)
American daughter of prominent parents. The offspring of William Gibbs McAdoo (1863aEUR”1941), a lawyer, statesman, and Eleanor Wilson McAdoo (1989aEUR”1967), author, and daughter of Woodrow Wilson.
Bertrand is the father of Bertrand, a French philosopher and poet.
Greek composer and pianist (d. 1976).
American psychologist (d. 1986).
American psychologist and academic
Calligrapher and Chinese painter (d. 2001).
American baseball player and coach (d.82)
Dutch-Israeli geologist, academic (d. 1989).
A Dutch psychic, who was struck in the head and left unconscious for three days, gained ESP ability. He became religious after his accident. Hurkos was also affected by blinding headaches, and his temperament was unstable and moody. He was tested and found to be psychometric. Hurkos claims an accuracy of 87%. He also used his newfound abilities to perform …
French centenarian writer and editor. His work, "History of Surrealism", was published in French and English 21 years later. He discovered many literary talents, including Houellebecq and Coetzee.
Italian film actor. Between 1935 and 1976, he appeared in 90 films. He died of cerebral hemorhage on the 17th July 1976.
Famous birthdays on May 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Quebec economist (d. 2003)
Rothschild; French banker.
French banker and member the Rothschild family
French military officer, equestrian and Olympic champion, who won a medal in team dressage in the 1948 Summer Olympics in London. He died 23 August 2003.
Vesoul Military man
American diplomat and government official. He died 12 January 2002.
American roller coaster designer (d. 1979)
American roller coaster designer (d. 1979)
Frederik Lodewijk Pokalak (21 May 1907 Amsterdam aEUR", 17 September 1985 Wassenaar), was the Dutch founder father of futures research. He is best remembered for his work The Image of the Future.
German-American historian, whose primary intellectual interests lie in the history and relationship between political thought and actions.
France sport Champion
American actor, who appeared on screen and in film at the age of 21. He also served as the director and producer for movies and television. In 1937, he was nominated for the Best Actor Oscar with "Night Must Fall" and for "Here Comes Mr. Jordan." After a brief hiatus during WW II, where he saw action in combat, he …
American musician (Born 1904)
International governing body of association football. Its membership comprises 209 national associations. Its headquarters are in Zurich, Switzerland, and its president is Sepp Blatter. FIFA is responsible for the organisation of football's major international tournaments, notably the World Cup.
French politician who died in Menton on January 14, 1978.
Indonesian attorney / Minister / Premier (1953..7)
American author (d. 1986)
President of Argentina.
Hungarian-born architect (d. 1981)
French politician and senior official.
Ukrainian-American screenwriter and producer (d. 1974).
Les Essarts le Roy physician
American baseball player (d. 1983).
The Ameritrust Tower, a Hungarian-American architect designed by an academic in 1981
Belgian playwright and author (d. 1992).
France -- Belgian writer (Le burlador)
Alameda (California) -- Leader of the Orchestra (Swift Show Wagon).
German-Israeli microbiologist, entomologist (d.1989)
American film producer and agent (d.2000)