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

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2019 - 2010

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


2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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


1979 - 1970

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

  • Reality Star

  • American basketball coach and player


1969 - 1960

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

  • The Belgian "crossover" singer is well-known worldwide. He sings everything from pop to opera. His grandfather, who was the Director of the Opera House, took Helmut behind the scenes and exposed him to the world of music.

  • French terrorist and Chief of an Islamic terrorist group in France, Khaled Kerkal. Author of several of the attacks of 1995 and 1996. Caze, a medical student, converted to Islam and became terrorist. Police raided Roubaix's house where the members of this ring had been hiding on 3/19/1996. Four bodies with burnt remains were found. Caze Dumont and Lionel Dumont …

  • Spike Jonze

    American screenwriter and producer of actor directors

  • Dominican baseball player

  • Valeria Golino

    Naples, Italy -- Actress (Rain Man and Little Flames).

  • American plumber. His wife was a secretary for eight months while he was away from work. He checked his wife in the hospital on 11/23/1993. After that, he bought three Holbrook lottery tickets and won $50,000.

  • Russian-Japanese boxer

  • French politician and member of France's National Assembly, who represents the Ardennes region. He is a member the Union for a Popular Movement.

  • Italian actress, internationally recognized for her role in the 1988 film "Rain Man" in the United States.

  • Scottish comedian, writer, short story and non-fiction author. Her dark tone and blend of fantasy and realism is what makes her distinctive and well-known. She also takes a serious approach to her writing. She writes columns and reviews for European and UK newspapers.

  • NFL defensive end (NY Jets and SF 49ers).

  • The New Jersey Nets' Croatian-American basketball player, who is a hero to his homeland of Croatia and all basketball fans. He was an outstanding player and had a bright future in NBA.

  • French politician, who started his political career as a 25-year-old AsniA'res-sur-Seine city councillor. He was elected first deputy major in 1999 and then became mayor of AsniA'res. In 2008, he was defeated in his bid to re-election.

  • Rapper

  • American singer-songwriter

  • French choreographer and modern dancer. Before he started dancing, he studied mime and circus with Annie Fratellini. In 1992, he became an international star when he directed the Winter olympic Games 1992.

  • Connecticut, United States -- Tennis player (changed shirt at Wimbledon Court).

  • Robert Torti

    American singer and actor

  • Japanese actor and comedian

  • Auckland, New Zealand -- 1k Sprint Cyclist (1996 Olympics).


1959 - 1950

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

  • American newscaster who was a reporter for NBC affiliate WBRE-TV and became the morning anchor in 4/1989. During his turbulent tenure as Channel 6's Atlantic City correspondent (1985-88), he was known as Jeff Barnes. However, NBC gave him his real name and he is now Barnd.

  • German high jumper

  • Musician

  • German jumper

  • American baseball coach and player

  • American family. He is the fourth and youngest of the Bush family. He is the least politically active member of the family and runs a Washington DC financial consulting firm. He enjoys tennis, despite a colostomy.

  • Bill Condon
  • German pro-astrologer and psychologist, he is also an esoteric student at the Huber School. He believes in a synthesis between meditation, eastern religion (Yoga Zen, Shamanism, Shamanism), psychology and psychotherapy. He was an instructor in the DAV, and served as its president between 1996 and 2005. He is the Director of an Institute.

  • Businessman

  • Musician

  • Newark, New Jersey -- Bodybuilder (Pumping Iron 2)

  • English educator and author (d. 2014).

  • Franco Zeffirelli, Giorgio Strehler and Giuseppe Patroni Griffi have all worked with him as an actor. He is married to Nancy Brilli and father to four children.

  • Jeff Goldblum

    American actor. His career started in the mid-1970s. He has been in major box office successes such as The Fly, Jurassic Park, and its sequel Jurassic Park. The Lost World and Independence Day. For the eight and nine seasons of USA Network's crime drama series Law & Order: Criminal Intent, he starred in the role of Detective Zach Nichols.

  • American keyboard player (The Cars).

  • American screenwriter and producer of director films

  • Nancy Reagan's daughter; actress, author (House of Secrets).

  • American football coach and motivational speaker. From 1984 to 2003, Bill Conley was an assistant coach at Ohio State University. Conley was a Buckeyes assistant coach from 1984 to 2003. He was consistently recognized as America's best recruiter during his 17-year tenure. Conley's recruiting classes were consistently ranked in the top ten nationally. The Sporting News named him one of …

1949 - 1940

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

  • Arsène Wenger

    French manager of Arsenal Football Club, a French club that was founded in Woolwich, England on 12/25/1886. Wenger, nicknamed The Professor, is a friendly but strict taskmaster. He was named manager in October 1996. The team loved his abomination of honesty and thoughtfulness, as well as his wry humor. He is a hardworking perfectionist who has a passion for details.

  • American politician and 37th Mayor of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1988. Norquist is also the author of 1998's "The Wealth of Cities".

  • American musician (The Dead Boys), (Born 1949).

  • American tried to assassinate Gerald Ford

  • United States -- Middleweight (1976 Olympics-Gold Medalist)

  • American news person for attempted assassination in 1975 of President Gerald Ford. In August 1975, she had started a correspondence with Chuck Rossi, NBC's newscaster. She was a committed follower of Charles Manson and wanted to see him on television with his message about enlightenment. Rossi refused to agree, so she stalked Ford and shot her to get the publicity …

  • English cricketer umpire and coach

  • Deepak Chopra

    East Indian-American author, healer and physician, and inspiring leader in holistic healthcare. His 21 books include "Unconditional Life", "Mastering The Forces That Shape Personal Reality" (Quantum Healing), and "Mastering The Forces That Shape Personal Reality". Reviewers praised his "brilliant insights and wisdom" as well as the "exhilarating" experience. Chopra, a practicing endocrinologist, was previously chief of staff at New England …

  • Garfield, New Jersey -- Rock vocalist (Rascals)

  • American actor

  • British media tycoon

  • French-Canadian TV personality and politician

  • American film director and TV director of documentaryaries. He is energetic and curious and weighs 6aEUR(tm), 195 lbs. His black-gray hair shows his personal magnetism. He is a former dancer and has also been a swimmer, a bike racer, ski racer, and a fencer. He is Russian-Jewish and has the same build as he did at 25.

  • Catherine Deneuve

    French actress and businesswoman. Internationally, she is known for her beautiful blonde beauty and was nominated for the Academy Award in 1992 for Best Actress for "Indochine."

  • Dutch cinematographer and director producer

  • NYC, New York -- HW Judo (1976 Olympics – Bronze Medalist).

  • Dutch actor and singer (d. 2006).

  • Annette Funicello

    American actress. She is the most well-known of the "Mickey Mouse Club' Mouseketeers from the late 1950s. She was a star in many Disney films as well as guest appearances on the "Zorro", a TV series by the studio. She was paired with Frankie Avalon for a series of "beach movies" for teens in the 1960s.

  • Danish international speaker, editor of popular astrological magazine, and owner/manager of the Astrological School in Copenhagen.

  • Count Christian of Rosenborg (d.2013)

  • American singer-songwriter/guitarist (The Bobby Fuller Four), (d. 1966).

  • London, England -- Actor (Carl Hutchins - Another World).

  • Turkish geophysicist, earthquake scientist (d.2013)

  • Italian financier fleeing to Italy. His $1.3 billion purchase of MGM Film Studios in 1990 and subsequent default by Credit Lyonnais on a $888 million loan nearly led to the collapse of the huge French bank in Orvieto. Parretti was sentenced to three years in prison for mismanagement, perjury, witness tampering and witness tampering. He fled to Italy shortly before …


1939 - 1930

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

  • Tony Roberts

    American singer and actor

  • Rock bassist (Billy J Kramer and The Dakotas).

  • English footballer

  • French victim of homicide, the mother Ludovic, who was killed along with her husband Marc, Maryse, and Jerome, by an iron bar on 12/20/1989. Her husband found their son Ludovic having sex in 1979 with Maryse. Ludovic was infatuated with his sister and enthralled by the idea of marrying her. Maryse, while he was serving in the Army, married in …

  • New York, USA; actor (Annie Hall, Edge of Night, Lucie Arnaz Show).

  • Christopher Lloyd
  • Derek Jacobi

    British actor who has been successful in film, classical theater and television series. Jacobi was invited to join the National Theatre Company, where he has established himself as one of the best English-speaking actors. Jacobi is an actor who keeps a low profile on-stage and can project convincing characters with great naturalism. Jacobi was a star in England during the …

  • Brazilian composer, singer and violinist. He is well-known for his monologues and songs.

  • Academic and historian from Sri Lanka

  • Connecticut, USA; actor

  • Italian actor in movies and TV. Married at 20. Two daughters.

  • Greek composer (d. 1982).

  • American film producer, and former president of 20th Century Fox. He was the untold hero of Star Wars and helped usher in the age of "women’s movies." He was born to actor Alan Ladd, and his first wife, Midge, from a prominent Hollywood family.

  • Politician

  • Huey Newton, an American political activist, co-founded the Black Panthers with Huey Newton in 1966. The Black Panthers are well-known for their fiery rhetoric and slogan "Power to the People", which often saw them clash with police. He was one of the Chicago Eight and sent to prison in 1969. They had adopted new, more politically-oriented strategies by 1972.

  • Huey Newton, an American political activist, co-founded the Black Panthers with Huey Newton in 1966. The Black Panthers are well-known for their fiery rhetoric and slogan "Power to the People", which often saw them clash with police. He was one of the Chicago Eight and sent to prison in 1969. They had adopted new, more politically-oriented strategies by 1972.

  • Serbian metropolitan (d. 2014)

  • Author and explorer of the English soldier

  • English academic and architect

  • Bordeaux Writer

  • American true-crime writer

  • American painter and muralist. His figurative work depicts mythological, archetypal and sometimes homoerotic themes in a neoclassical and realist style. After graduating from high school, he continued his education at Wichita State University. He then served four years in the US Air Force. A move to the East Coast saw him complete graduate studies at Yale University. While working as …

  • Hashman; ten time badminton champion (1957-67).

  • His work is a screenwriter, producer, novelist, and playwright from America. It has been shown on American television since the 1960s. His first play, "Conversations In the Dark", was produced in 1963. His first novel, "Blue Dreams", was published in 1971.

  • Author and American police officer (d. 2015).

  • American playwright and TV writer. He is best known for his work alongside Walt Disney, who was a close friendship.

1929 - 1920

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

  • French champion sailor, who participated in the 1968 Summer Olympics.

  • American marketing sales manager, engineer, and CEO of Ingersoll Rand. Ingersoll Rand is a retail bearings and equipment company. Black holds a BS degree in electrical engineering.

  • Brazilian screenwriter and producer

  • Brazilian movie director

  • American Astrologer, Scholar and Writer. Since 1982, he has been the Research Director of American Federation of Astrologers. He is a trained linguist with a minor language in foreign languages (Latin and German), and he also holds a second B.A. in science. Holden is a graduate in Pure Mathematics and a minor in Physics. He has also translated many articles …

  • Dutch historian

  • American painter, sculptor, and silkscreen artist. He is considered to be one of the most important figures in avant-garde arts since the 1950s.

  • American actress, songwriter, lyricist, singer, and model. Three of her TV scripts and movie theme lyrics were nominated for Oscars. Her personal albums "On My Way to Where" (with her husband) and "Iguanas & Kings" (with her son).

  • American basketball player, American athlete. His career began in 1949 and ended with the conclusion of the 1959-60 season.

  • Italy sport Champion

  • German footballer and manager (d.2013)

  • American military, major general. Hill was a four-star U.S Air Force general who served as Vice chief of staff for the United States Air Force. He died 1 October 2010.

  • NFL ends (Philadelphia Eagles).

  • Georges Brassens

    French composer, poet, and singer. He published his first collection, "Des coups de'A(c.pA(c.es dans l’eau", in 1942. He did not record his first album, "Le gorille," for another ten-years. He was a popular entertainer and a highly acclaimed artist, but he only performed outside France a few times. This resulted in him being little-known beyond France despite the constant flow …

  • Belgium sport Champion

  • Estonian sergeant (d.2014)

  • Russian computer scientist and mathematician (d. 1986).

  • American professor and guru of 1960's drug culture. He coined the phrase "Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out." He was a pioneer in the field of psychedelic drugs and was fired from Harvard. He was arrested 29 times and sentenced to two years in prison in 1970. He was released in 1976. He was once called "the most dangerous man …

  • Soccer star / manager

  • French Deputy Central Director for the Judicial Police

  • Actress (Little Orphan Annie. So This is Hollywood).

1919 - 1910

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

  • Doris Lessing

    British poet, novelist, playwright and librettist. Her novels include The Grass is Singing (50), a series of five novels collectively called Children of Violence (1952aEUR'69), The Golden Notebook (1962), The Good Terrorist(85), and five novels collectively known under the name Canopus In Argos: Archives (1979aEUR'1983).

  • English-American actress and set design (d. 2001).

  • The illegitimate child of Pres. Warren Harding with his mistress Nan Britton. She did not meet her father because he was not interested in a meeting. However, he supported her up to his death when his estate filed no claims.

  • Joan Fontaine

    American actress, born in Japan to her father who was stationed at Tokyo. Her mom fled Japan when she was still a child in 1919 after her father, an English professor, decided to leave her mother for the Japanese maid. Her mom divorced her, and she had a hard childhood. She saw her siblings Olivia and her family as being …

  • France sport Champion

  • Belarusian-Israeli politician and civil servant (7th Prime Minister of Israel) (d. 2012).

  • He was a French soccer player, and later a manager. He died October 24, 2007.


1909 - 1900

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

  • German theologist/antifascist

  • American humorist, essayist, columnist (d. 2003).

  • Pont? Mousson EXecutives

  • French aviator. Vichy France flying ace.

  • Rawalpindi (India) -- Actor (Tower of London Return of Fly).

  • French writer. Born an Algerian pied noir, Roy was sent to a Roman Catholic Seminary. He used his experiences in France and his time with the Royal Air Force during World War II to inspire many of his words. While still serving, he began to write in 1946. He continued publishing fiction and historical works even after his resignation in …

  • American baseball coach and manager (d. 1967).

  • Home run hitter in baseball (534, Detroit Tigers).

  • American artist, painter and noted family. dau of artist n.c.wyeth. sis of andrew.wyeth. Wife of artist peter.hurd. Many artists in the family. Married once. Had three children.

  • 1. First lady in American art

  • Hungarian-French composer and pianist (d. 1969).

  • American actress, noted in the '30s & '40s. She was a charming ghost in Topper films, and starred as "Madame X." Gilbert Roland was one of her five marriages.

  • Czechoslovakia -- Discovery (cosmic radio emission in 1932).

  • American geneticist and Nobel Prize laureate in Academic Genetics (d. 1989).

  • Curly Howard

    American comedian and actor, member of The Three Stooges (d. 1952).

  • American geneticist, Nobel laureate

  • Third Archbishop of San JosA (c) Costa Rican religious. He was elected Domestic Prelate of His Holiness in 1952. On 12 December 1952, he received Episcopal ordination.

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