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

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2019 - 2010

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

  • The shooting occurred in Nairobi's Westgate Mail shopping center. More than 175 people were also injured and at least 62 of them (2 Frenchmen) were killed. Al-Shabaab (an Islamist group affiliated with al-Quaeda) claimed responsibility for the attack. The siege continued on the 23rd of September. The President of Kenya declared the end to the siege on September 24th and …

  • English family with a notable child, Jenni Falconer, English presenter, and James Midgley, husband.

2009 - 2000

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

  • American accidental death/homicide victim. Shane, aged 4, was killed with Kaleigh Thibault and Marcelle Thibault as they tried to cross Interstate 495, Lowell, MA. They were both struck by oncoming traffic, and they died. The tragedy happened on January 11, 2008, at approximately 9 PM local time.


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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

  • Pakistani politician

  • Football Player

  • His young life is awash in the bloodshed and machinations of Pakistan's political struggle. His mother, Benazir Bahutto (former Prime Minister of Pakistan), was assassinated while she tried to regain political power. His maternal grandfather, who was the founder of Pakistan PeopleaEUR(tm), the Party of Pakistan People (PPP) and the first elected Prime Minster of Pakistan, was executed under martial …

  • YouTube Star


1979 - 1970

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

  • Luke Wilson

    American actor

  • Alfonso Ribeiro

    New York City: actor/pianist (Alfonso-Silver Spoons).

  • American boy known as the "Bubble-Boy", was born with an uncommon disorder called immune deficiency. For 12 years, he lived in isolation in a germ-free bubble.

  • English cricketer and academic

  • Hillsborough disaster: English victim

  • American actor

  • Model and actress from Indonesia

  • American actor

1969 - 1960

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

  • Ricki Lake

    American actress and talk-show host. In 1988, Lake began her acting career with John Water's film comedy "Hairspray". Lake was a charming portrayal of a large-sized teenager and went on to star as China Beach, an ABC TV drama about Vietnam. She reached her maximum weight of 260 pounds. On her 5' 4

  • Rocker (De La Soul)

  • Publicist, film critic, and promoter of pseudo-science and conspiracy theories in general. Also, Chilean television presenter.

  • Angus Macfadyen

    Scottish screenwriter and actor

  • American baseball player. First baseman for the Anaheim Angels. After being selected in the secondary round of the free-agent draft, Fielder was signed by the Kansas City Royals. He was traded to Toronto Blue Jays one year later. They immediately sent Fielder to the minor leagues. He played for South Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia over the course of two years. …

  • Antiguan cricketer, bass player

  • Rob Morrow

    American actor, singer and director

  • Italian film director. Her film, "Tana da Morire", a musical about Mafia was a huge success. It won high praise from critics as well as the public. The sets were beautiful and the actors were not professional actors.

  • After his separation, Cleet Boris was a French singer from the pop band "L’Affaire Louis’ Trio". He was also a cartoonist and worked for "Rock & BD".

  • Alberta, Canada; NHL goalie (Edmonton Oilers).


1959 - 1950

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

  • French politician and member of the National Assembly of France. He was a representative of Morbihan and is a member the Union for a Popular Movement.

  • French skipper and winner of "Route du Rhum", he also won a silver medal in duet at the 1972 Munich Olympics (Flying Dutcman) category. He was awarded five world championships medals.

  • French landscape architect. One of his projects is the Garden of Tuileries, Paris.

  • Dutch sportscaster and driver of a race car

  • Actress, Animal House, dies at 30 from a cerebral hemorhage

  • Since 2000, French Catholic priest, Bishop of FrA(c]jus-Toulon

  • German women believed to have been possessed by demons (d. 1976).

  • English keyboard player and guitarist (XTC and Big Big Train).

  • British Lord is a conservative member of House of Lords, Warwick. He is the only British Lord with African-American heritage and serves as an important role model for the UK.

  • Bill Murray

    American comedian and actor. He is deceptively sincere, deadpan and delivers acerbic sarcastic humor. His films include "Caddyshack," 1980 and "Ghostbusters," 1983. He also directed "Groundhog Day," 1993.

  • German-American businessman in DC since 1978. Author of "Trend Analysis: The United States: Year 2002." Misty served in a variety of volunteer roles, including the Co-Chair of Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce's Small Business Committee and Commissioner of Fairfax County's Small and Disadvantaged Business Commission. She developed and taught business courses at Northern Virginia Community College and George Washington University.

  • English politician and economist Secretary of State for Education

1949 - 1940

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

  • American basketball player and radio host

  • Brazilian cardinal

  • Japanese actor (Born 1949).

  • American attorney and administrator, she was the ninth president of Barnard College for Women. She served thirteen years. In 1993, she was elected president of the American Museum of Natural History. She was a self-described doer, rather than an observer. In 1980, she held the distinction of being America's youngest chief executive at a major college. She is five feet …

  • Stephen King

    American screenwriter and prolific writer. He was a former English teacher and managed to write more than 40 horror novels before 1999. His first book, "Carrie", was published in 1974. 26 of his books were used in movies. He wrote screenplays for five of them and played a small part in three of them. King's income in the last two …

  • American singer-songwriter (Eagles).

  • British-Canadian Astrologer, based in Alberta, whose astrological art was featured on The Mountain Astrologer's cover.

  • American mime, bodybuilder and minor actor. Married. He drowned while swimming and was found by his wife. He died August 26, 1979 in Los Angeles, CA, age 31.

  • American artist and creator of pop sculpture. His work can be seen in Tempe museum as well as private collections. She has been an artist her entire life. She began sculpture in 1973. Pieces have been sold to the White House as well as to Henry Kissinger. Her work is as detailed as Bohrod's apple dew drops, but in sculpture.

  • French politician and member of the National Assembly of France. He is the representative of Val-de-Marne and is a member the Socialiste radical, citoyen et diverse gauche.

  • Italian entertainer

  • American race car driver and American businessman

  • American singer (The Spinners, The Temptations).

  • American government official, White House Chief Of Staff under President Jimmy Carter. He was the son of a successful insurance agent and earned a University of Georgia degree in poli-science. He served with the Volunteer Services in Vietnam between 1967 and 1968. After being impressed by Carter's return to Georgia, he joined Carter's team and became a wunderkind. He also …

  • Fannie Flagg

    American actor and author

  • Caleb Deschanel
  • Charlotte Politician

  • French manager and engineer.

  • American corporate development officer and CEO at Dekalb Energy, an energy company. Bickner holds a Bachelor's degree in political science. He is well-known for being down to earth at work, but a daredevil sports lover at leisure. He enjoys para-sailing and waterskiing barefoot.

  • Italian actress, singer, and politician who was President of the Province Milan from June 1999 to Juni 2004.

  • Jamaican singer-songwriter and DJ

  • Cleveland, Ohio -- Comedienne, (Smothers Brothers Show Laugh-In).

  • American photographer. She works mostly in black and white. She lives in New York and travels often to the Southwest. She describes herself as "horse-obsessed" She photographs a wide range of subjects, including animals, landscapes, nudes, and other human subjects. She is featured in "Thought To Exist in the Wild: Awakening From the Nightmare of Zoos" with her photographs.

  • French official who was the director of Monnaie de Paris (Paris Mint), 1987-1991.

  • Ohio, USA; comedian (Smothers Brothers Show Laugh-In).

  • American author and astrologer. For ten years, he worked in Mental Rehabilitation with mentally handicapped adults and teenagers who were emotionally disturbed. He began to study astrology seriously in 1969 and is the author of "The Astrology Of Genius", a 1975 study of Nobel Prize winners.

  • American wrestler and manager (d.2010)

  • Jr. Director, American Central Intelligence Agency

  • Rocker

  • Jr. American diplomat and scholar 16th Director for Central Intelligence


1939 - 1930

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

  • Canadian ice hockey referee and player (d. 2005).

  • France sport Champion

  • American CEO of Comerica Bank Corporation, an American bank corporation. Miller holds a BBA degree. He enjoys travel to places such as Normandy and, for his free time, is a WW II buff.

  • American drummer

  • American radio host and journalist

  • Russian politician, who was Mayor of Moscow between 1992 and 2010. He was also vice president and one of the founders for the ruling United Russia party.

  • American author. BurrowayaEUR (tm), a published author, has eight novels, memoirs and short stories. Translations, poems, translations, plays and two childrenaEUR (tm)s books. There are also two how-to books on the craft of writing. Her 1970 Pulitzer Prize-nominated novel, 'The Buzzards,' was also nominated, while 'Raw Silk', her most well-known novel, was the runner up for 1977 National Book Award. …

  • Canadian novelist and songwriter-folksinger who became a Buddhist monk, shaving his head and living part-time in a monastery on Mount Baldy, outside of Los Angeles, CA. In the middle of the 1970s Cohen split from Suzanne Elrod, his wife. Although Cohen spoke for many years about his interest in Zen, the establishment was still surprised when the highly-successful songwriter and …

  • French businessman and owner, PathA(c), large media company. PathA(c), which operates today, is involved in the following sectors: Cinema production, distribution, theatres, and homes, international management of more than 500 movies, cable and satellite television networks; TMC (TA)lA(c] Monte Carlo), ComA[c]die! (majority shareholder),, Voyage.

  • French editor and publisher. He was ranked second after completing his studies at "Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris". Jacques Chirac was the third. He founded his own editions after having served as the head of Julliard Editions and Presses de la CitA (c)). He died in 2007.

  • Australian footballer and coach (d.2011)

  • American race car driver

  • American economist and CEO at Integra Financial, a large financial lender institution. Roemer is a vivacious bank manager and has a Bachelor's degree in Economics. He also enjoys skiing in Colorado as he can.

  • Pierre Jourdan

    French TV director, screenwriter, show producer and editor. Also director of an opera house.

  • British journalist and editor. Author of bestsellers in pop music. She was a former contributor to the Observer. She was also the first woman editor for the Observer Colour Magazine and the woman's editor for the Daily Mail. Her books include "Lace," made into a mini-series on TV, and "Superwoman," 1978 which remained at the top of London's bestsellers list …

  • American composer and keyboard player (The Mothers of Invention).

  • Dawn Addams

    British actress, on-screen since 1951 in international films, with three years in Hollywood. She married the Italian Prince Massimo in 1954, and they had a turbulent 17-year marriage. She married James White in 1974.

  • English manager and footballer (d. 2004).

  • Actor and screenwriter from Wales, Canada (d. 2004).

  • French business leader and head of Galeries Lafayette Group, 1987-1998.

  • American merchandise marketer, CEO of Federal Paper Board, a wood pulp manufacturer company. Kennedy holds a BS degree and is a skilled manager in the paper industry.

1929 - 1920

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

  • Martinique's poet, writer and literary critic. Glissant is widely regarded as one of the most influential figures within Caribbean thought and cultural commentary.

  • Gail Russell

    Chicago, Illinois -- Actress

  • Austrian mountain climber who was accompanied by Herrligkoffer. On 7/03/1953, he made the solo climb to Nanga Parbat (a Himalayan peak)

  • American mystery writer. His works feature Lt. Frank Hastings, San Francisco police department. His protagonist is not eccentric nor hard-boiled, but rather boring. His mysteries are well-known for their ability to master police procedures and for clever plot devices. Wilcox was the Japanese publisher's only invitation to an American mystery writer to create a novel for them.

  • Italian singer. She is best known for her vocal duo "Duo Fasano", which was active in the 1950s. It was formed with her twin sister Dina. Delfina passed away on 16/12/04.

  • Italian singer. She is best known for her vocal duo "Duo Fasano", which was active in the 1950s. It was formed with her twin sister Delfina. Dina passed away on the 24th of November 1996.

  • American comedian Groucho Marx was 19 years old when he wrote "Amos and Andy" over five years. He married his fifth wife in 1984.

  • During the presidency of Georges Pompidou, France's Minister of Post and Telecommunications. He was one FranASSoise's brothers.

  • Flemish pianist


1919 - 1910

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

  • Los Angeles California; actor (Corporal Boone-Rin Tin Tin).

  • American Manhattan Project advocate and scientist (d. 2007).

  • Charleston Military man

  • Mexican academic and writer. He is Mexico's most prominent experimental short-story writer of the 20th century. Arreola is regarded as the first Latin American writer to abandon realism. He used fantasy elements to emphasize absurdist and existentialist ideas in his writing. Arreola is not well-known outside of Mexico, but he has been a literary inspiration to a number Mexican writers …

  • American military, Major General. Retired 1 July 1977.

  • Roubaix Writer

  • French administrator of ComA(c),die FranASSaise. 1945-47. Radio host and producer. De Beer was married on the 20th of December 1937.


1909 - 1900

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

  • Ghanaian politician and educator 1st President, Ghana (d. 1972).

  • German artist. He was a pioneer in abstract expressionist painting and a member of the Paris school's abstract wing after 1945. He had previously lost his right leg during active military service in Germany the previous year.

  • St Jean de Braye Musician

  • Penguin Books was founded by a British publisher.

  • Finland -- 10K Run (1936 Olympics - Gold Medalist).

  • Australian writer and author of "Come In Spinner", 1951. A devastating portrait of prostitution, gambling, rackets, and black marketing, as well as the whole sub-culture that thrived alongside patriotic devotion to the war effort.

  • Canadian ice hockey player (d. 377)

  • Spanish poet and member of the Generation of 27. He went to the UK in 1938 to give lectures during the Spanish Civil War. This was the beginning of a long exile that would last until the end of his life. Before moving to the USA in 1947, he taught at the Universities of Cambridge and Glasgow. He moved to …

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