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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on April 22nd

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on April 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010

  • American child born to a noted family, Knox is the son of Johanna Bennett and Matthew Followill, Kings of Leon musicians.

2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on April 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on April 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

  • American mass murderer. Twenty-six children and six adults were killed by him at Sandy Hook Elementary School, Newtown, Connecticut. Before driving to the school, he killed Nancy Lanza, his mother. He committed suicide after shooting students and staff.

  • Miss World South Africa 2014

  • Football Player

  • American baseball player

  • Estonian basketball player


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on April 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Amber Heard

    American actress.

  • American football player

  • Serbian/Greek basketball player

  • Serbian-Greek basketball player

  • French swimmer, co-winner in the 100M backstroke at the 2011 World Swimming Championships. He was accompanied by Jeremy Stravius (viz.). He finished the swim in 52.76 seconds. He won the European championships 2010 and the world championships (50m breaststroke) 2013 and 2015. He finished 2nd in the 100m backstroke (silver) in 2015.

  • Uruguayan footballer

  • Virginia; actress (Julie-Gimme a Break).

  • Jessica Clark
  • American actor and singer (Dream Street).


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on April 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • Ambra Angiolini

    Italian entertainer, who started her career as a teenager. on Italian Uno TV. She was first seen in commercials and she was offered a spot on the program. She was able to record two albums as a singer thanks to the attention.

  • Dutch footballer

  • American guitarist (Breaking Benjamin)

  • Finnish singer

  • Anna Falchi

    Model and actress in film from Italy, Finnish.

  • Belgian tennis player. She won seven singles and one doubles Corel WTA Tour Titles, and one ITF Women's Circuit Singles Title. Appelmans was an outstanding player, with a powerful forehand. She won her first major tournament title at 1991 Arizona Classic.

  • Australian rugby player and coach

  • Estonian manager and footballer

  • Belgium: Tennis star Strasbourg wins final


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on April 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Scottish musician who was wildly popular with screaming fans in 1987. Their original music band, which included Matt Goss and Luke, was called "Bros." They were England's most popular group for two years and teenage heartthrobs. They scored eight consecutive Top Ten hits including "I Owe You Nothing." Their debut album "Push", which was released in the first week, sold …

  • NFL wide receiver (Indianapolis Colts).

  • Wisconsin, USA; catcher (Oakland Athletics).

  • NFL center (Cincinnati Bengals).

  • English footballer and sportscaster


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on April 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Polish politician, who has served as Prime Minister of Poland since 2007. He is the chairman and co-founder of the Civic Platform (Platforma Obywatelska).

  • French political scientist and former managing director of l'institut de sondage CSA (a French company specializing on market research and opinion survey).

  • Guard for Women's Professional Basketball League (New York Stars)

  • Florida, USA; actor

  • American actor. He is the second of four brothers. His films include "The Dove," the Holocaust, and "Return Engagement." He is a song-and-dance performer. He was a Broadway actor and starred in "Fifth of July."

  • California, USA; actor.

  • Italian television journalist and presenter.

  • Japanese voice actor

  • Evelyne Bouix

    French actress on the stage and in film, well-known for her interpretation of Piaf in "Edith and Marcel", 1983.

  • Estonian coach and footballer

  • Italian screenwriter, director, actress, and voice actor.

  • Finnish composer

  • François Berléand

    French theater and film actor. He was born to a Jewish family from Moldavia (BerlA,c)and was previously Berlian. He is best known for his role as the Transporter (2002), which he also reprised in Transporter 2/3 and his part in "Chorus" (2004). His best-selling biography was "The son of an invisible man", which he wrote because he believed he was …

  • Marilyn Chambers

    American porno actress. She is a star in her field, appearing in films like "Insatiable" or "Behind the Green Door". She was often paired with Ron Jeremy and John Holmes, male porno actors.

  • American basketball player (d. 2002).

  • French actor

  • French classical pianist who has enjoyed a long and successful career in concert as a solo performer in Europe.

  • Peter Frampton

    British rock singer and teen idol. From age 12, he worked as a musician in "Humble Pie" 1968-71, and Frampton’s Camel 1971-74. After that, he was a solo performer. He was a master of the guitar and "Frampton Comes Alive" 1976 showcased his talents. However, he went on to record three failed albums over the next four years.

  • English critic and journalist

  • Minnesota Vikings owner

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on April 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • French actress, filmmaker and writer.

  • John Waters


  • French diplomat and executive vice-president of EADS aEUR," the huge European aerospace company that owns Airbus, He was also the whistleblower in the Clearstream Affair, a money laundering scandal which has attracted international attention and disrupted the French political scene.

  • Scottish politician, Liberal Democrat Member of the Parliament, was elected to parliament at General Election on 6/11/1987.

  • Baron Stern of Brentford English academic and economist

  • American adventurer and billionaire, Fossett is a record-breaking pilot, balloonist, and sailor, an accomplished mountain-climber and tri-athlete, and a swimmer. Fossett holds 116 records and was the first person to fly solo, non-stop around the globe. This trip was funded by Richard Branson, founder of Virgin Atlantic. Fossett took off from Salina in Kansas on Monday February 28, 2005 and …

  • Christian Fourcade
  • American musicologist and conductor

  • Canadian ice hockey player (d. 2014.)

  • American artist, lecturer and producer of multi-media symbolic arts. He wrote the text for "Voyager", a Tarot deck.

  • Janet Evanovich

    American author

  • American poet and 12th US poet Laureate

  • Baron Maples English politician and lawyer Shadow Secretary of State For Defence (d. 2012).

  • Singer "Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me",

  • American professor of finance accounting, and CEO of Federal Home Loan Mortgage Company. Brendsel was born on a hog farm and received a BS and PhD in economics. His company was among the many S & Ls that received a bailout from the public.

  • Lord Lieutenant of Bristol, an English politician

  • Italian academic and philosopher

  • New Zealand-English actor


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on April 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • Glen Campbell

    American country and western singer, recording artist, and actor in TV and film. He won five Grammy's and was promoted to host the "Summer Brothers Smothers Show", in 1968. He is best known for his songs "Gentle on My Mind" (and "By The Time I Get To Phoenix") His acting career was dominated by westerns and he acted alongside some …

  • Canadian pianist and conductor (d. 1998)

  • Arkansas, USA. Actor/singer ("Rhinestone Cowboy", “By the Time It Gets to Phoenix", “Galveston", and "Wichita Lineman".

  • French Canadian pianist and conductor (d. 1998).

  • Italian mezzo-soprano singer opera was born in 1957. She was the youngest debutante at the La Scala Theatre in Milan. She has performed at many of the world's major theaters, including the Metropolitan in New York. Cossotto, an honorary member of Friends of Liceu of Barcelona, has been awarded three awards, including the Premio Caruso Award 1991.

  • American radio talk-show host, and the son of Charles Spivak (famous bandleader in the '30s). Six months of his time was spent on Philadelphia radio and he was referred to as the "quintessential talking-show host". He was fired for low ratings and sued WWDB for $5.7million for breach of contract.

  • English language linguist and academic

  • American composer and bassist (Miles Davis Quintet), (d. 1969).

  • Chinese-American actor and journalist (d. 2013).

  • British large landowner / multi-millionaire

  • American inventor. He was also the first African American to receive a Ph.D. degree in Nuclear Engineering in the United States. Sampson is an associate of the Board of Directors of Los Angeles Southwest College Foundation and a technical consultant for the Historical Black Colleges and Universities Program.

  • English rubberplanter / financier / multi-millionaire

  • British restaurateur (Nico at the 90).

  • Exiled Estonian politician, Prime Minister of Estonia

1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on April 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • George Cole

    British actor, he was a stage and movie actor but is best known for his comedic portrayal of the young confused man. His dad, a cockney butcher, and his mother were adopted. He died at the age of 15. He became the protA (c)gA (c) of Alastair SIM when he answered a help needed ad. His stage debut came in …

  • England; warden (Keble College).

  • French sophrologist.

  • Scottish architect and town planner. He died June 25, 1992 in London.

  • South Korean politician (12th Prime Minister of South Korea, d. 2013).

  • Austrian opera singer, bass-baritone.

  • American Beauty Queen, model and American Beauty Queen. The ultimate pinup babe. She was the second child of six children, and was the daughter of an auto mechanic father and a housewife mother. She was co-editor of her high school newspaper and was voted "The girl most likely succeeds."

  • Guinness Book of World Records lists American film producer as the most prolific producer of prime-time television. His many achievements include "Dynasty", "Melrose Place," and "Charlie's Angels" over a 40-year period of work with top stars. Spelling ventured into feature film production in the mid-'80s. Spelling's production of "Mr. His film "Mr.

  • American jazz musician, bandleader and composer. He also became a legend for his ability to elevate the bass into a solo melodic instrument. He was distinguished and vibrant, and he was a virtuoso at both the piano and the bass. His music, in the words his widow Sue Graham Mingus, were "surprisingly and unexpected." Mingus' jazz bands were training grounds …

  • French poet, who published "Juan", his first book, in 1945.

  • American microbiologist (d. 1973)

  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Pianist Tonight! America After Dark)

  • United States -- Painter (Ocean Park Paintings).

  • Flemish poet (Misery of The Word)

  • Hal March

    San Francisco, California -- Actor / TV host ($64,000 Question, Outrage)

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on April 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • American chemist and Nobel Prize laureate in academic Chemistry (d. 2001).

  • Leavenworth Military man

  • American CEO and executive in charge of Chiquita brands International, a wholesaler of produce marketing. Lindner is strengthening his company through increased sales to Eastern Europe by purchasing stock, cutting costs, and using currency hedges to even out the food cycle. Although he may be the most successful banana on paper, Keith is the real boss.

  • American poet. From 1968 to 1970, he was the 19th Poet Laureate Consultant for Poetry to the Library of Congress.

  • American poet

  • Italian family of distinction, the son Benito Mussolini and Rachele Mussolini.

  • American baseball player and coach (d.2008)

  • French economist, professor emeritus at the University of Paris 1 PanthA(c)on-Sorbonne, and specialist in the history of economic thought.

  • French prima ballerina, actress and prima ballerina, the A(c]toile of Paris Opera Ballet and later its director.

  • Biographer / MP

  • Australia -- Painter/illustrator (Ned Kelly).

  • American violinist, known for being one of the greatest in history. He began playing at the age of three. On 3/12/1924, he made his formal debut at a San Francisco Symphony youth concert. He made his official debut with the San Francisco Symphonie on 3/12/1926 at nine years old. The following year, he made his triumphant Carnegie Hall debut in …

  • France Military man

  • Kanan Devi

    Indian singer and actress (d. 1992).

  • German mathematician (d. 2013).

  • Oxford and Asquith Governor (Seychelles).

  • Tennessee, United States -- TV host (Village Barn)

  • British Lord (Socialist Democrat).

  • The President of Rome's soccer club, Italian soccer manager. He was brought to court in the spring of 1985. He was later indicted for corruption in relation to bribery games.

  • Author and playwright from the Netherlands (d. 2002).

  • Dutch playwright, novelist, and occasional social critic. He moved to the United States in 1960s and became Quaker. His play "The Fourposter", (1951, film 1952), and his novels are his most well-known works. He died 22 September 2002.

  • German WWII tank commander (Born 1914)

  • Author/poet (Christopher Homm).

  • Indian producer and director (d. 2008).

  • Germany Military man

  • German Nazi ObersturmbannfA 1/2 hrer (Lieutenant Colonel), who served in the Waffen-SS during World War II, was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross and Oak Leaves (German Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes with Eichenlaub). To recognize exceptional battlefield bravery and successful military leadership, the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with its higher-grade Oak Leaves was given. He was …

  • Germany Military man

  • Photographer

  • American mathematician (d. 1971).

  • physician.

  • Ritchie tennis player.

  • French Field and Track champions for the Olympics long jump at Berlin 1936.

  • Norwegian judge and police officer. He was the head of the Department responsible for the Legal Purge in Norway following World War II, from 1945 to 1950. From 1968 to 1980, he was a judge at the Eidsivating Court of Appeal.

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on April 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • Italian neurologist. She worked for Stanley Cohen for many years, looking for aEURoecauses for growth. It was during this time that she discovered Nerve Growth Factor, which is responsible the development and distribution nerve cells. Her significant research won her many prizes around the globe, including the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1985 for NGF discovery.

  • Italian journalist, author of over 60 books. He has been awarded numerous awards, including the World Press ReviewaEUR (tm), International Editor of Year 1994 and the Prince of Asturias Award 1996. Montanelli believed that journalism should be free from constraints and was the founders of two newspapers. He studied law and political science at the University of Florence. He worked …

  • Scottish law enforcement officer, who was awarded the King's Police Medal in 1992 and served as both the chief constable of Fife and police chief in 1955.

  • Dayton, Ohio -- Actor (Dick Tracy TV Show)

  • France Actor

  • Eddie Albert
  • Leonard Schapiro, a British academic and Sovietologist, was right-wing advisor to Margaret Thatcher, the British Prime Minister. He was Professor of Political Science with Special Reference to Russian Studies at the London School of Economics for many years.

  • Italy sport Champion

  • British composer and musician who served as an amanuensis to Frederick Delius, a blind and paralyzed composer, between 1928 and 1934. He was elected President of the Delius Society. He was 90 years old when he died in Scarborough, England on February 18, 1997.

  • American actor on stage since 1936. His first film, "Brother Rat," was his 1938 debut. He was nominated to the Oscar for "Roman Holiday" in 1954. He was a familiar face thanks to his TV series, "Green Acres", 1960-1970.

  • Composer/President (Delius Society).

  • Duke of VA$?sterbotten (d. 47)

  • Italian comedian and actor in film.

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