List of celebrities and famous people who were born on April 23rd
Famous birthdays on April 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002003
Famous birthdays on April 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901997
Soap Opera Actor
Famous birthdays on April 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Czech tennis player
Ghanaian football player
Figure skater and actress from Canada
Slovak tennis player
Soap Opera Actress
Ghanaian football player
American basketball player and cup-stacker
Canadian actress and model
Dutch speed skater
Brazilian baseball player
American notable family, Lindsay Roberts' daughter and second-born child, Richard Roberts, and granddaughter of Oral Roberts, evangelist.
Russian chess player
Serbian turbofolk singer
Slovakian tennis player
American rock climber/boulderer
British royalty. Ella Windsor is a freelance writer for English features. She is the only child of Prince and Princess Michael, as well as being known professionally and personally.
The daughter of Prince Michael, an English prince
Bosnian-Serbian pop music artist from Bosnia, whose mother comes from Muslim origins and her father is from Serbia.
American baseball player
Soap Opera Actress
Czech actress and model
Famous birthdays on April 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Finnish singer-songwriter (The Rasmus).
American actress and model. She used the names Jamie King (her modeling career) and James King (her childhood nickname), because her agency represented Jaime Rishar, an older and more famous model.
Model and actress from Poland/America
French director sportif, former professional road bike racer.
Indian actress and model
Chinese renju player
Finnish singer (The Rasmus).
Scottish bassist (The Fratellis).
English snooker player
WWE signed Cena, an American professional wrestler, rapper, and actor. Cena, who has been the franchise player for WWE since 2005, is the public face. Cena is a controversial figure in pro-wrestling, even though he has been a hero for most of his career.
American baseball player: He was an outfielder who joined the Atlanta Braves on August 1996.
American soul singer (Born 1928).
South Korean footballer
Budapest, Hungary -- Canadian canoeist (1996 Olympics).
American guitarist and songwriter (The National, Clogs).
Producer and songwriter (The National).
French fencing champion and winner of the Bronze Medal in Sabers at the Atlanta Olympics on 7/21/1996. In 1999, he was named world champion.
Icelandic singer and musician (Sigur Ros).
Icelandic singer-songwriter and guitarist (Sigur Rós and Jónsi & Alex)
Canadian Football League slot back (British Columbia Lions).
American football player
American actor and director
American bass player (Interpol).
Wide receiver (Tennessee Oilers).
cornerback (Miami Dolphins).
New Zealand-born German rugby player
Canada; NHL center (New York Islanders).
Turkish screenwriter and producer of Turkish actors
Quebec, Canada; NHL left-wing (Tampa Bay Lightning).
Canadian ice hockey player
Mexican actress and fashion designer
Turkish model and singer/songwriter
New South Wales; golfer (1993 New South Wales Champion).
Canadian playwright and poet
English journalist and photographer
Model and actress in English porn
California, USA; tennis star (1989 USTA Boy).
German-American fashion designer
WLAF running back (Amsterdam Admirals).
Australian rugby player and coach
Turkish politician is 1st Minister for European Union Affairs
Italy: Tennis star (1987 Orange Bowl doubles boys)
American singer-songwriter/tromonist (Five Iron Frenzy, Brave Saint Saturn).
Finnish chef and author
Japanese singer and actor (Group Tamashii).
Famous birthdays on April 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Australian producer and director
American-Spanish swimmer, coach
American terrorist convicted for the largest act on American soil of terrorist acts on April 19, 1995. Between the ages four months and 73 years, 168 people were killed in the ammonium-nitrate bombing at the Alfred P. Murrah federal structure. McVeigh's refusal to show any remorse has been a source of pain for the families of his victims. According to …
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Soap Opera Actor
Rhode Island, USA; Miss Rhode Island-America (1991).
Bint Al Hussein, Jordan
Princess Aisha bint Al Hussein of Jordan
Princess Zein bint Al Hussein of Jordan
Bint Al Hussein, Jordan
American actress of Greek heritage who opposed a name change, star of "Providence" TV series. The family drama gained popularity steadily and was first broadcast in January 1999.
South Korean actress
Canadian baseball player
Belgian model was named Miss Belgium 2003
Ohio, USA; actress (Dr Sydney Hanson - Providence, Eleni Andros - Guiding Light).
Canada; pitcher (Montreal Expos).
American bass player (Operation Ivy Rancid Social Distortion Base Radio Downfall and Devils Brigade).
Footballer from Ireland and Australia (d. 2012).
Estonian chess player (d.1999)
TV Show Host
Koumans, soccer player (NAC).
Canadian Football League defensive tackle (British Columbia Lions).
California, USA; Canadian Tour golfer (1990 Napa Valley).
American singer-songwriter (Boston)
Spanish backstroke swimmer (world-record 200m).
Italian pianist and conductor
English pop drummer (Jesus Jones -Zeroes & Ones).
New Jersey, USA: actor (Arvidengen - Head Of the Class).
French racing driver, who raced in Formula One with the March and Pacific Racing teams. He is the grandson of Paul Belmondo, a sculptor and actor. Paul became famous for being the lover of Princess StAphanie of Monaco in 1981.
QuTbec (Canada); hockey forward (Team Germany 1998).
Scottish actor, seen in "Four Weddings and a Funeral", as well as as the lead in the TV series McCallum. Hannah is married with Joanna Roth.
English politician and businessman
Mexican-American actor, comedian, and ex-disc jockey on MEGA 92.3 Los Angeles. He is best known for his TV sitcom aEURoeThe George Lopez ShowaEUR (118 episodes 2002-2007). Only the fourth Latino to ever lead an American TV sitcom. The first three were Desi Arnaz and Freddie Prinze. GeorgeaEUR(tm), a comedian based on family-based humor, satirizes Mexican-American culture and life. He was …
Italian Formula One race car driver. Martini began racing go-karts at regional races in 1976. He won many races until 1980, when he took part in his first Formula Fiat Abarth race. He was a part of that division for two more years, until 1983 when he switched to Formula 3. He made his Formula One debut with the Minardi …
German screenwriter and actor (d. 2012).
American professional wrestler (Born 1961).
English guitarist (Def Léppard - Hysteria), dies at the age of 30 (born 1960).
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Brazilian actor and guitarist (JoAPSo Penca, e Seus Miquinhos Amestrados).
Kentucky, USA; PGA golfer (1988 Federal Express).
England; rock guitarist (Def Léppard - Hysteria).
Delaware, USA; actress (One Day at a Time Sydney).
Irish pianist and conductor
Famous birthdays on April 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Icelandic music composer
Icelandic producer and composer
American basketball pro for Portland in 1981-82.
Belgian equestrian placed 13th in Team Jumping and 55th in Individual Jumping at Atlanta Olympics, August 1996.
English graphic designer, typographer, and art director
American singer and actress (d. 2014).
Japanese composer and conductor
Georgia, USA; comedienne actress (Saturday Night Live, Designing Women).
New Zealand; cyclist (Olympics 1996).
Massachusetts, USA; Australasia Golfer.
Perth, Western Australia -- Actress. (Husbands & Wives).
Italian soccer team member at 1984 Los Angeles Olympics.
British TV hostess
Estonian journalist and author (d.2008)
English radio and television host (d. 2014.)
English chess player (d.2001)
Japanese voice actress and essayist
French jazz and funk composer, drummer.
Moore, an American filmmaker and provocateur, first came to the public's attention in 1989 with "Roger and Me", his first documentary about the financial effects on Moore's hometown and its surrounding areas after General Motors shut down a plant. Following the film's success, Moore followed it up with "Bowling for Columbine", (2002) where he took on the National Rifle Association. …
English air marshal
American wrestler and bodybuilder
American screenwriter and producer of actor directors
American politician (Representative-Republican-Michigan).
New York, USA. Actor (My Own Private Idaho China Girl).
French journalist and editor-in-chief for Elle magazine since 1995. He was married with two children. Bauby was beloved for his passionate approach to life.
Michigan, USA; rocker/producer ("I Don't Want Nobody Else", “I Shoulda Loved You”).
American producer and singer-songwriter drummer
American family of fame; daughter of actor Howard Duff and actress Ida Lupino.
Georgia, USA; actor ("Sons and Daughters")
Connecticut, USA; tennis star.
Dutch MP (VVD)
Italian singer-songwriter, composer and television personality.
English journalist and chef
Famous birthdays on April 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
English violinist (King Crimson)
American actress, Janet Wood (1977aEUR") is the most well-known character.
USA; actress (Altered State, Molly Dodd).
West Virginia, USA. Actress (Janet Wood-Three's Company).
English academic and economist
British Member of Parliament.
French writer. Quignard's childhood was hard. Anorexia is a problem that Quignard suffers from most. His passions include ancient languages, literature, and music.
French-Canadian actor and comedian
Actress (Beast in the Cellar - Wedding Night)
Engineer / development expert
French actor, comedian, and singer
English academic and sociologist
American mystic and Jack-of-all trades, who was involved in black-magic activities and people. He was originally a priest, but was eventually asked to leave seminary. He wanted to be "new-age" before it was even a term, and he did so as a gurupriest-leader.
English bass player (Jethro Tull & Paris) (d. 2014.)
American soldier and journalist (d. 2014.)
English civil servant
French actor who has appeared on 150 films and TV shows since 1968. He was the star of Cold Moon, which was entered in the 1991 Cannes Film Festival.
New Jersey, USA. Actress (Gidget. A Summer Place. Tammy and the Doctor. Imitation of Life).
Basel, Germany -- Director (Dormire Atem, Rheingold).
French-American actor (d. 1993).
Canadian hockey player with NHL. Goalie for the Montreal Canadiens (1968-1969) and Chicago Black Hawks (1969-1983).
American basketball coach and player
Barcelona, Spain -- Baroness
Dutch television producer, actor, journalist, and writer. He is best known for his "Glamourland" society program on AVRO television. His satirical style was a hallmark of the show.
Actor / interpreter / director (Pastorale 1943)
French actor (d. 1993).
Canada; NHL goalie (Chicago Blackhawks).
American runner and physician
American actress, and teenage film idol in the late 50s and 60s. Dee was the sole child of an 18 year old mother and an alcoholic dad. When she was five, her parents split and Dee never saw her father again. Her mother worked as a secretary, and she married Eugene Douvan in 1950. Douvan was 40 years older than …
French illustrator, artist, and writer of sequential and graphic novels.
French official who was the chief of staff to Nicolas Sarkozy. From September 2008 to May 2012, he was also the Representative for the French Co-Prince Of Andorra. He was diagnosed with cancer and died on 2 August 2014.
French actress and singer
French film critic, educator, and author of books about the cinema. He was a professor of literature and cinema at the University of Lyon. He was a specialist in film aesthetics and held the chair at the UniversitA(c), Sorbonne Nouvelle from 1996 to 2001. He wrote the first book on Julien Gracq's work in 1966. He was a contributor to …
French businessman and real estate agent. In January 1989, he was charged with fraud in relation to his business transactions. On 8/16/1996 he was arrested and accused of acting as a aEUR~aEUR(tm)go betweenaEUR(tm)aEUR(tm) for Marc Dutroux and his clients. He was accused of kidnapping Laetitia Delehz and was sentenced to three year imprisonment on 12/30/1996.
(Rep-R-Nebraska, 1981- )
Finnish politician and journalist 38th Prime Minister of Finland
American film producer New Line Cinema was co-founded by New Line Cinema
English radio and television host (d.2016)
United States -- Sci-fi author (Grail War, Final Quest)
Official of the American Federal Government
Israeli footballer and coach (d. 2014).
American singer (Dale & Grace) (Born 1940)
Famous birthdays on April 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American actor, best known for his stardom on the TV series "Six Million Dollar Man." His roles in movies included "Agency," Steel, and "The Last Chase."
French composer, songwriter and singer.
Mexican screenwriter and director
Texas, USA; singer ("Tell Laura I Love Her").
USA; actor (Brigette Loves Bernie, St. Elsewhere).
American singer (Born 1935)
Michigan, USA. TV actor (Big Valley. The Six Million Dollar Man. Fall Guy).
under-secretary Scottish Office.
American poet and English professor at University of Georgia. At least one of his books is available in print.
Author: Edith Sitwell A Unicorn among Lions
Texas, USA; PGA golfer (1966 Bing Crosby Celebrity).
English cricketer (d. 2013)
American singer-songwriter and rock and roll musician. His unique style and powerful tenor voice earned him the title "The Caruso Of Rock." His most notable titles are "Only The Lonely", 1960, "Cryin," 1961, and "Blue Bayou," 1963. He also wrote "Pretty Woman," 1964. In 1987, he won an Emmy for his duet with Emmylou Harps called "That Loving You Feeling …
Actress (Estelle Castanza-Seinfeld)
Texas, USA. Rocker ("Pretty Woman", “Only The Lonely") (died 1988).
French criminal, a pedophile priest.
Italian actor who rose to fame in 26-year-old as the title role in Pier Paolo Pasolini’s film "Accattone"
American educator and saxophonist
Turkish screenwriter and director of actor
Producer and composer from the Philippines (d. 2004).
American computer scientist, mathematician, and engineer (d.2011)
Italian owner of "Harry's Bar", a famous chain of clubs. He graduated from Ferrara University in 1958 with a law diploma. Before that, he managed HarryaEUR(tm), the original HarryaEUR(tm), bar his father had established in 1931. He opened the HarryaEUR(tm), now Tino Fontana Restaurant in Manhattan, in the aEUR70s. There he also established a laboratory for confectionery production. The Giuseppe …
Halston Frowick] Fashion designer (1972 Hall of Fame).
American author and runner (d. 1984).
British actor and longest-serving player in "Coronation Street" UK series. He has been playing Ken Barlow on the soap opera Coronation Street's first episode, which aired on the 9th of December 1960. Guinness World Records lists him as the longest-serving television actor in a single role.
American fashion designer (Born 1932)
Italian actress who rose to fame in 1949 as a star of "Bitter rice" in which she played the role of a leading lady in Italy. She was also the 1946 Miss Rome title holder, which led to a few minor roles in movies. Later, her reputation was for being cool and sculpted.
New York, USA; actor (Six Million Dollar Man, Eischied).
Roman Catholic Archbishop (Southwark).
Famous birthdays on April 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
French-American philosopher and critic
American actress, child actor, politician, and actress. She made films between 1932 and 1950, without falling prey to self-destruction or pretense. Her films include "Little Miss Marker," Heidi, and "Curley Top." Her archive included 40 films and 50 one-hour TV programs.
Santa Monica Actor
California, USA; child actress (Heidi)/ambassador (United Nations).
CEO (Noel Gay TV).
Dutch poet / writer/ theologist
French film and television.
American-Irish playwright and author
English mammalogist (d. 2014).
Irish American author
Egyptian politician (d. 1990)
New York, USA. Novelist (The Ginger Man and Onion Eaters).
Mexican writer, political analyst, and politician
American baseball player and Scout
American drummer and bandleader (d. 2007.)
New Jersey, USA: composer (Natural Superiority of Music).
Columnist / critic
United States -- Sci-fi author (Hugo, Peregrine: Primus, Rork!)
Mdledle; singer. He played a significant role in South African music's evolution.
Professional wrestler (d. 1977).
Travel writer/poet / novelist (African in Greenland).
American basketball player, he was a pro-basketball player in the NBA for five years starting in 1946.
American politician and lieutenant 41st Governor Texas (d.2010)
Aruba -- Resistance fighter
American painter, writer, actress, and occultist (Born in 1922).
He was a French soccer player and the highest scorer at the Second Level in 1948.
American actress. She was a professional violinist before her film debut in 1941 with "Three Girls About Town". She was a lively leading lady in the 1940s and made her stage debut in 1949 with "For Love Or Money." She was versatile and capable and worked as a nightclub entertainer and had a TV series called "The Smith Family" which …
American all-star baseball pitcher. He led the National League with no-hit games and strikeouts for most of his career. His professional career began in 1942. Spahn was awarded the Young Memorial in 1957. Spahn was an accomplished player with a distinguished career. He also set a record for most left-handed hits. In 1965, he was inducted into The Hall of …
Mourmelon Le Grand doctor
Italian archbishop (d. 2013)
3rd Baronet English businessman
Famous birthdays on April 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Russian Colonel in the Military, intelligence member, and undercover agent. He was found guilty of spying and leaking 5,000 documents to British Intelligence between 1961-62.
San Antonio, Texas -- Sister to Suzy Parker
French novelist. Druon was a Resistance hero because he wrote the song that became France's anti-Nazi anthem.
French journalist / writer (Prix Goncourt).
Belgium sport Champion
British TV producer.
French music producer and singer.
American model, one the most iconic icons of the fashion industry. She is known as one of the world's first supermodels and was well-known in Europe and the United States.
nuclear physicist (ultra centrifuge).
American baseball player and coach (d.2004)
Greek painter and educator (d.2009)
France Military man
College football coach (Oklahoma).
English businessman and academic engineer (d. 2000).
Mexican-American actor. He is best remembered for his 1964 portrayal as "Zorba The Greek"
Lord-Lieutenant (Lechestershire England).
San Francisco Zen Center teacher of tea ceremony
Actress and singer from Puerto Rico (d. 2013).
Finnish singer, songwriter and popular singer. He tells stories about everyday life and the common people around him.
Famed French actress, best known for Marc Allegret’s "Lac Aux Dames." Her career lasted until the mid-50s. It included "Cat People," 1943, and "Curse of the Cat People," 44.
English-American screenwriter and producer of cinematographers (d. 2010).
French actress (d. 2005).
Famous birthdays on April 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Senior civil servant
Swiss astrologer, author.
American animator and director (d.2006)
American photographer who started her career as a model.
The Wotruba Church was designed by an Austrian sculptor (d. 1975).
French singer and actor, as well as the secretary to Maurice Chevalier.
Photographer / writer
Cologne, Germany -- Actor in Adventures in Paradise
Ireland -- Judge (dressage).
Canadian runner (d. 1980)
Actor/singer (More Than a Miracle).
Producer and screenwriter of Romanian-American actors (d. 1985).
Polish-Canadian painter (d. 2001).
Canadian army's youngest general officer (d. 1974).
French actor on the film and stage who was killed in Fontenayaux-Roses at 4:30am, 12 October 1948.
He was an Icelandic novelist, who received the Nobel Prize for Literature for Literature in 2005. He is regarded as the greatest Icelandic writer of 20th century.
Nobel Prize laureate for Icelandic Literature
English geneticist and biologist (d. 1988).
British ecological geneticist
He was a French composer and musician who died December 28, 1997.
American sportscaster and baseball player (d. 1959).
Polish-American actor and director