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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on December 23rd

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on December 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010


2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on December 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on December 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

  • American notable family, the daughter Saul Bellow (nobel-laureate author), was 84 years old at the time she was born. Her father was born in Canada on 6/10/1915, 42 years prior to Naomi, his fourth wife.


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on December 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Dominican baseball player

  • English footballer

  • English runner

  • TV Actor

  • Polish-Australian diver photographer and author (d.2011)

  • Argentinian footballer

  • American rock musician and member of the psychedelic rock group The Black Angels, Austin, Texas. The band was formed in May 2004 and its name is derived from the Velvet Underground song, "The Black Angel's Death Song".

  • Spanish singer and actress

  • Puerto Rican-American swimmer


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on December 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on December 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Italian model and cover girl. She was the daughter of a wealthy family and left college to pursue modeling for GUESS?, Inc. Carla Bruni was raised in a jet-setter life. At five years old, she moved to Paris. However, her childhood was spent in Switzerland as a boarding school. She returned to Paris to study architecture and arts. At the …

  • NFL linebacker (Carolina Panthers).

  • Coach and manager for Jamaican-Canadian boxers

  • English playwright and author

  • American musician (Pearl Jam)

  • Illinois, USA; short track skater (Olympics-1994).

  • Czechoslovakia, NHL right wing (Tampa Bay Lightning).

  • French writer, artist and transcultural psychiatrist. Since 1991, she has exhibited her art work together with Benoit Mannin under the pseudonym AOO ("Art Object Oriented").

  • Donna Tartt

    American author

  • American athlete and quarterback. He was one of the most talented quarterbacks in the league and played for both the Chicago Bears (now the Indiana Colts). He was known as "Captain Comeback" after having a stellar 1995/96 season.

  • Minnesota, USA. Team handball back court (Olympics-1992 and 1996).

  • Wrestler (NWA/WWC / NJPW).

  • TV Actor


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on December 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Italian race car driver. Champion at the Grand Prix 1981-1983. Alboreto started racing in Formula Monza and then moved to Formula Italia. He was the European champion for Formula 3 in 1980. In 1982, Alboreto made his first appearance in Formula 1 racing and won the Las Vegas Grand Prix. He has been a sponsor for Monza and Ferrari, and …

  • Guitarist

  • American journalist and fashion journalist, Ava was found dead in her home on January 6, 2002. She was wearing a nightgown and her daughter, Ava, at her side trying to nurse. She was likely to have known someone who had broken into her gray-shingled, isolated home.

  • Scottish playwright and poet; Poet Laureate for the United Kingdom

  • French pop musician. He founded Shakin' Street in 1975, hard rock band. But he is best known for his musical project ERA. This mix of rock, synth and pseudo-Latin Gregorian chant sold over 6 million copies between 1997 and 2000, inspired by Carmina Burana.

  • American professional astrologer and astrology lecturer, author, and psychotherapist. He is also the author of "Practical Guide to Traditional Astrology" (published in 1998) and other articles about astrology and its historical dimensions. Joseph is co-founder and Director of Astrology Institute. This institute offers astrology consulting skills programs, astrology certification, and classes and workshops.

  • California, USA; Tennis star.

  • Estonian politician and radio host (d. 2012).

  • Janis Cole is a Canadian filmmaker who collaborates with Janis. They are well-known for their documentaries. They met as students, and they began their partnership together. Together, they directed, produced and edited independent films. Their unique approach is based upon a humanistic view of the marginalized people living on the fringes of society. Their first films, "Cream Soda", 1975, a …

  • Grand Duchess Russia

  • Estonian academic and architect

  • American academic and religious leader

  • English actress


1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on December 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • American-British pro-astrologer, psycho-dynamic practitioner and consultant. She was the Astrological Journal's Editor for ten years. She teaches at both the Centre for Psychological Astrology of London as well as at the Faculty of Astrological Studies. Charles, her husband, is co-author of "Sun Signs and Moon Signs" and she is a therapist in England.

  • American singer-songwriter/guitarist (King Crimson Tom Club and The Bears).

  • New York, USA. Actress (All My Children Mafia Princess).

  • American producer and screenwriter (d. 2012).

  • Musician

  • French president of 'LaEUR (tm)Union nationale des associations familleles' (UNAF), a national institution for families.

  • Guatemalan writer and anthropologist, Michael Garcia, has dedicated his entire life to studying traditional dances.

  • English politician, Minister of State for Europe

  • American television executive

  • American composer, musician, teacher, author, and music journalist

  • German mathematician, German physicist and parapsychologist since 1983. She is also an imagination and meditation teacher. She had a number of psychedelic experiences in the 1970s, including Kundalini-awakenings. This led her to study western and eastern philosophy. The work of Th. Ring and E. von Xylander, she believes in a holistic spiritual, psychological, and humanistic astrology. She is a counselor …

  • American runner who held the record for the fastest Marathon time since 1975. He won 22 races in 1978 without a defeat. Rodgers set 26 records in 1998 for the 50-54 age range, running 29 races. Rodgers ran more than 750 races over his entire career, including almost 60 marathons. In 1975, Rodgers' first title in the Boston Marathon was …

  • English singer-songwriter (The Marbles Rainbow Anthem, Michael Schenker Group).

  • French rugby player. Dante is the second brother of three who all played rugby in France.

  • Journalist

  • Clark, a former military officer and politician from the United States, declared his candidacy to be the Democratic nominee for U.S. president on September 17, 2003 in Little Rock Arkansas. After months of speculation and a surge in "draft Clark" movements, Clark entered the race. He reportedly had the support and advice from Bill and Hillary Clinton. His critics quickly …

  • Clark, a former military officer and politician from the United States, declared his candidacy to be the Democratic nominee for U.S. president on September 17, 2003 in Little Rock Arkansas. After months of speculation and a surge in "draft Clark" movements, Clark entered the race. He reportedly had the support and advice from Bill and Hillary Clinton. His critics quickly …

  • French priest, an ecclesiastic. He was a teaching abbey at the Nantes Seminary and abused many young boys from three local families he knew well between 1990 and 1993. Lucas was sentenced to three years imprisonment for rapes of minors.

  • Dutch Minister of WVC (VVD), Pharmacist

  • American baseball pitcher, Auburn Mets 1955-66. He was a Twins player in 1979. His earned-run average is 2.89. He was a veteran player in the game of baseball from April through October.

  • American fashion designer

  • 25th Governor General of Australia: Australian politician and lawyer

  • Belgian weightlifter and world champion dumbbell-lifter. Reding, a Filipino weightlifter, died from cardiac arrest on 6/29/1975 in Las Pinas.

  • A French rugby player nicknamed "aEURaEUR" (tm), Peter PanaEUR (tm), aEUR(tm), due to his small stature. Between 1961 and 1969, he was selected 32 times to play in international events as a fly half, wing, and full back. He is currently a bailiff in BagnA"re De Bigorre.

  • American singer "Bird on a Wire" dies from a drug overdose at 39 years old (b. 1941).

  • Ohio, USA; actress ("Walking Tall, Beguiled").

  • English businessman

  • American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Jefferson Airplane, Hot Tuna).

  • American journalist, who worked for the Boston Globe for 32 year covering news from many angles but was primarily focused on politics. He began his career at the Globe in 1969, covering the state government. He retired in June 2001. From 1972 to 1974, he was the newspaper's bureau chief in Washington, DC, covering the Nixon impeachment trials. Nyhan also …

  • Politician

  • American singer and songwriter (The Chi-Lites), (Born 1940).

  • French-Canadian politician

1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on December 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • Transmission Control Protocol was co-developed by an American engineer and computer scientist.

  • For more than 28 years, he was an Irish astrologer (by 2002). He was the oldest of a large family consisting of nine brothers and two sisters. The family was unaware of astrology and no one ever studied it. Maurice holds a Diploma of Higher Education in Astrology during the English Civil War Period and a BA (Hons), degree in …

  • American actor. Off-Broadway debut 1966. First film, "Futz" 1970. In 1961, he studied with Stella Adler in New York and then moved to Los Angeles in 70. He was first seen in "When the Legends Die" in 1972. It received great reviews. However, he continued to appear in minor roles until "Apocalypse Now” and "The Rose." Forrest was nominated for …

  • Belgian composer and pianist. Coppens studied with Marcel Maas at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels and Marguerite Long in Paris.

  • NFL coach (San Diego Chargers).

  • California, USA; actor (Fred- Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet).

  • Esther Phillips

    American singer best known for her R&B vocals. However, she was also a versatile singer who performed pop, country, blues, and soul music.

  • American football player and athlete. He won the Heisman Trophy as a Notre Dame quarterback in 1956. In 1957, he graduated with a degree from the University of Minnesota in business administration. He was known as "The Golden Boy" because of his charismatic personality and beautiful blond looks. He played pro football from 1957-1967 for the Green Bay Packers. There …

  • Malaysian footballer, manager (d. 2012).

  • Italian musician and founder the chamber music group "Solisti Veneti". His career has been devoted to the 18th century repertoire and Rossini's works. In 1990, Scimone was awarded the "Viotti daEUR (tm)Oro".

  • Japanese royalty, the son of Emperor Hirohito. He was the first son after the birth of four girls. In time-honored custom, he was removed from his parents at age three to be raised by nurses and tutors, however, in departure from custom, at six he was sent to a school with foreigners to broaden his experience. When the Allies occupied …

  • American baseball player (d.2014)

  • American musician and clarinet player, best known for his work on The Lawrence Welk Show. He was a member of Welk's orchestra and continued to play on the television program until 1982. He continued playing with Welk's orchestra and on his own with various groups.

  • Ronnie Schell

    American actor

  • American actress (d.2011)

  • Italian pianist, teacher of master classes and professor at several conservatories.

  • California, USA; American comedian and actor (Gomer Pyle - Good Morning World).


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on December 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • Jazz trumpeter, who was 59 years old, died in a hotel window.

  • Belgian author, artist, painter, wrote "Je suis le tenebreux".

  • American professional tenpin bowler (d.2005)

  • American actor and producer (d. 2014.)

  • Canadian television personality and co-host of the popular Canadian journalistic programs "This Hour has Seven Days". He co-produced a documentary, "Search in the Deep," with Jacques Cousteau. He was previously a professor in Political Science.

  • American astrologer, professor of German and holder of a Ph.D. (modern languages) Since 1961, he has been an astrologer. He is also the founder of The Astrological Society at Princeton, which was the president since 1972. Negus served as the National Director for Education of NCGR for 3 years and was a long-term NCGR board member.

  • French founder of the first agency to offer temporary work to the unemployed in Europe. He first discovered the idea of a temporary agency while on vacation in the U.S. On 3/15/1954, he returned to France and founded the Groupe Bis. It was to be the first European temporary work agency. It also offers technical assistance to businesses and sub-contracting. …

  • Robert Bly

    American poet, translator and editor. He has been active in the menaEUR (tm)s movement from the 1980s. He did workshops and wrote about menaEUR (tm)s issues at "Iron John" among other works. He is a storyteller and minstrel and incorporates Jungian and mystical insights in his work.

  • Composer

  • Journalist/documentary film-maker

  • French-Canadian theatre director and actor (Born in 1921)

  • Italian actress in film and theatre

  • Swedish actor (d. 1991).

  • French filmmaker and entrepreneur. After completing his law and military training, he was a journalist who founded a news agency back in 1947. He moved to Spain in 1951 to pursue his production career. While there, he had a significant influence on the revival and development of Spanish film production. He was a bold, charismatic businessman who drove the French …

  • Gaillac-sur-Tarn Military man

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on December 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • German Social Democratic (SPD), politician, who was Chancellor of West Germany between 1974 and 1982. Before becoming Chancellor, he was Minister of Defence (1969aEUR")72. He was the Minister of Finance (1972aEUR'74), and earned credit for financial policy that helped consolidate the Wirtschaftswunder (economic miracle), which gave Germany the best currency and economic position in all of the world. He also …

  • Italian-American dancer, born in Italy, raised in Brooklyn, NY and one of the most celebrated Spanish dancers. As a child, he learned Spanish dancing and was invited to join Argentinita's troupe in 1942. He became her partner quickly and later danced in Madrid with Pilar Lopez, her sister.

  • Italian-American choreographer and dancer (d. 2000).

  • Italian film critic, scriptwriter, and film director. He specializes in Neapolitan-style comedy movies. His first film was a documentary. In 1952, he directed "Vacanze con il gangster". Later, he directed many films that were popular, some even for television.

  • French politician. She was a member the French National Assembly.

  • Ketelaars Dutch oratorio vocalist.

  • Dutch teacher, pianist, composer of classical music, and psychiatrist. He died 29 December 1995.

  • American midget, brother to Olive Brasno. They created a delightful theatrical act together, performed in nightclubs and appeared in "The Great Barnum." Their father was small but their five other siblings were all normal in size.

  • Estonian chess player

  • Nobel Prize laureate in immunology and medicine from England-Danish (d. 1994).

  • English-born immunologist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (d.1994)

  • Bronx, New York -- Actor (My Favorite Martian, Barney Miller)

  • German SS officer (Born in 1910)

  • Juan Carlos I, King and Queen of Spain between 1975 and 2014. Born in Madrid, she was the daughter of Prince Carlos, Infante of Spain and King Ferdinand II, Two Sicilies. She married Princess Louise of OrlA(c), a daughter of Prince Philippe the Count of Paris. Although she was technically a Princess of Bour, she was granted the rank and …

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on December 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • Turkish-born, Canadian portrait photographer (d. 2002)

  • American politician and businessman, Roosevelt was the oldest son of Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt. Roosevelt was tall, thin, and prematurely balding. He served six terms in California as a congressman. Roosevelt worked tirelessly as a Social Security lobbyist under the Reagan administration, and was a prominent member the "Democrats For Nixon". His autobiography, "My parents," was written by him.

  • Polish-born Zionist leader (d. 422)

  • Cape Verdean poet and writer (Born in 1907)

  • Galena, Illinois -- Host ( TV Club)

  • Marie Bell

    From 1924 to 1973, French actresses on the screen. At age 13, she began her career in dance. She was an active member of the French resistance during WWII. Age 84, she died in Neuilly sur Seine (France) on August 14, 1985.

  • American-Canadian super-centenarian (d. 2014)

  • American comics artist (d.75)

  • French documentarian, then feature film director; skilled at finding new talent. His work after the war, although more interesting than his films made during the 1930s, was effective. His brother Yves is also a filmmaker. Gay.

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