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

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1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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


1979 - 1970

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

  • Screenwriter and actor from the Philippines

  • Swedish ice hockey player

  • American actress

  • Reality Star

  • Swedish ice hockey player

  • American soccer star who joined the National Women's Team as a 16-year-old. She was the captain of the US team at the 1996 Olympics, where they won a gold medal. This was the first time for women's soccer in the United States. Four years later, she was captain of the US team that won a gold medal at the Olympics. …

  • California, USA; soccer midfielder (Olympics-1996).

  • Michigan, USA; doubles luger (Olympics-1994).


1969 - 1960

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

  • Mariska Hargitay

    American actress, recognized family. She is one of three children of Jayne Mansfield, her husband Mickey Hargitay and two half-siblings. She was raised by her father and a stepmom, whom she loved after her mother was killed in an auto accident in 1967.

  • Guyanese politician and economist 7th President of Guyana

  • NFL center (Green Bay Packers-Super Bowl XXXI).

  • California, USA; actress (Jesse Smith Downtown).

  • Politician


1959 - 1950

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

  • French radio-TV presenter, actor and producer of programs: director at Coyote Prods. His talk-show, "Coucou C'est Nous!" is his most well-known. He was also known as the host of La Ferme CA(c.lA(c.britA(c.s)s", a reality show, and often presents the French version of "The Wheel of Fortune". He drove in car competitions despite his colour blindness (daltonian), including "24H du Mans", …

  • He was a French TV host and radio host. He was a former literature teacher and presented programs like "Graines de star" on M6 and "Frequenstar". He then moved to France 3 for a new program called "Midi en France", which is a daily program that allows us to discover all the major French towns and regions.

  • Italian comedian, actor, and cabaret performer.

  • Italian victim of homicide. His body was found in the ocean just a few days before Lorenzo Bozano, Lorenzo Bozano's arrest on 5/09/1971. He was convicted of murder at his trial.

  • Brazilian chess grandmaster, the first Brazilian to be awarded the title of Great International Master in 1971. Mequinho began playing chess at the age of five under the tutelage of Maria, his mother. He was already competing regularly at the age of nine and was the Brazilian champion in 1965, aged 13. He won the South American championship two years …

  • South African cricketer

  • She is a French journalist and politician. She is the daughter of Paul VergA's.

  • Chesley Sullenberger

    American commercial airline pilot who was celebrated for landing his USAirways plane carrying 155 passengers and crew on the Hudson River in New York City. He did so with minimal injuries and no casualties.

  • American composer and actor

  • Equestrian show jumping (1996 Olympics - Silver Medalist).

  • American sprinter

  • Bronx, New York -- 4X100 runner (1968 Olympics - Gold Medalist)


1949 - 1940

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

  • American homicide: Convicted of poisoning a family neighbor and sentenced to prison despite his protests that he was innocent.

  • Minneapolis, Minnesota -- Major USMC / Astronaut (STS 41, 53, 68, sk:88)

  • Minnesota, USA; Major US Marine Corp/astronaut (STS 41, 53, 68, 88).

  • An Indonesian politician was elected fifth President of Indonesia, fourth-most populous nation and third-largest democracy in the world, at Jakarta at 15:50 (14:20 GMT) 7/23/2001. Megawati is the first name of Achmed Sukarno's daughter. It refers to the rain clouds in which she was born ("Mega") and Sukarnoputri means Daughter of Sukarno.

  • American politician and senior senator of Delaware

  • American politician and captain 71st Governor Delaware

  • Canadian politician and 22nd Premier of Ontario, 26 June 1995 to 14 Apr 2002. Most notable for his "Common Sense Revolution", the Progressive Conservative government's deficit reduction program that combined lower taxes with cuts to government programs, he is highly regarded.

  • French politician, member of the Constitutional Council of France depuis 2004

  • Scottish leading fashion designer. Born in London, January 3, 1988.

  • Gil Gerard

    American producer and actor

  • Ian Glen plays the role of Ian Glen, a Scottish murderer. In 1964, Winters was convicted of the murder of a London barman. He received a life sentence, along with an additional 15 year sentence for attempted murder in prison, and two more years for prison riot. In 1977, he died from a drug overdose.

  • "Bill" Gibb; Scottish fashion designer.

  • French businessman. He is currently the Chairman of Banque Nationale de Paris and its former CEO. He graduated from A%0cole Polytechnique, 1965, and A%0cole nationale d'administration, 1967.

  • Indian-Bangladeshi producer and actor

  • Bachurin; cosmonaut.

  • Bangladeshi actor and director

  • Brazilian journalist and academic (d. 2014.)

  • Australian academic and economist

  • Spanish executive who was appointed head of the Olympic Committee. This committee was responsible for the organization of the 1992 Barcelona games. He is a Spanish-born executive who grew up in a family of seven siblings. He studied politics and economics in school.


1939 - 1930

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

  • Japanese actor and martial artist

  • Japanese actor and martial artist

  • French priest founded the 'Aux captifs la libA(c),ration' organization in 1981. This was a Christian mission for street children.

  • Illinois, USA; actress (Millie-Mayberry RFD).

  • American bodybuilder and twice Mr. America winner. For a time, he was part of Mae West's entourage.

  • American doctor, a trendy Washington, DC obstetrician who gave birth to Ethel Kennedy's last two children.

  • American professional football player, author, and sports commentator. His 11-year NFL career as an offensive lineman for the Green Bay Packers is his most prominent memory.

  • Columnist for Dayton Daily News, Amercan journalist.

  • Jordan sports Champions

  • French pianist

  • French rugby player. One of the top scrum backs. Select 26 times at international events between 1958-63.

  • Soprano and actress from Lithuanian-Polish

  • American activist and educator

  • American activist for civil rights

  • American science fiction author and dark fantasy author. He was a major figure in the 1960s and 1970s science-fiction fandom.

  • Saint Lucian playwright and poet. He was awarded the 1992 Nobel Prize in Literature. He is Professor of Poetry at the University of Essex. Many critics consider Omeros (1990), Walcott's greatest achievement, to be among his works. Walcott won the Nobel in Literature. He also won an Obie Award for his play Dream on Monkey Mountain in 1971, a MacArthur …

  • singer (Four Freshmen).

  • Oklahoma, USA Colonel US Air Force/astronaut

  • NASA selected an American astronaut in April 1966. PogueaEUR(tm), who was the Command Module Pilot for Skylab 4, was his only assignment. This was the last manned flight. He spent 84 days in space on 11/16/1973. He is also the author of "How Do You Get to the Bathroom in Space?"

1929 - 1920

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

  • France sport Champion

  • Australian journalist, critic, author of non-fiction. He is currently a visiting Professor of journalism at the University of Lincoln in England and a media commentator about the intelligence services, propaganda, and other topics.

  • Germany; Canadian chemist (Nobel Prize, 1986).

  • Jeanne Moreau

    French actress and director, Moreau has appeared in more than 49 films. Moreau was the winner of the Lion d'Or Award in Venice 1992, Moliere Award 1988, Commander of French Arts and Letters 1985, Legion d'Honneur, 1975 and 1991 and Order of Merit 1973 and 1988. She is well-known in France but has only made a few American films. In …

  • French writer, who wrote songs, musicals, and plays for the stage. RenA(c), Dorin, her father, was a well-known French singer. FranASSoise began her career as a comedian and worked with Roger Hanin and Michel Piccoli. She wrote lyrics that were popular for songs by Guy Mardel and Mireille Mathieu.

  • French actor, comedian.

  • Paris 17éme Writer

  • French journalist, who was a member the Nazi Resistance Movement. She was sent to Vietnam on a special assignment.

  • Founding president and founder of the Indian political party Shiv Sena

  • French naval officer (admiral), and senior official. From 1982 to 1985, he was the head of the French military cabinet under Raymond Barre. He also served as general manager for external security.

  • American soldier and politician (d.2013)

  • French journalist; war correspondent, reporter for radio, TV and press. He also held editorial positions. He was a Resistance member from 1942-1944

  • American sci-fi writer, Hugo award winner for 1955 novelette "Darfstellar". After a 1950 car accident, he began writing science fiction stories. He had 41 stories published between 1951-57. "A Canticle for Leibowitz" is a sci-fi novel that was unusually popular.

  • Jr., American writer

  • United States -- Sci fi author (Hugo View from Stars).

  • New York, USA. Actress (Florence-Night Court, St. Elsewhere).

  • American figure painter, who made a name for himself in the 1950s as a figurative artist. He is best known for his large-scale paintings of male aggression. He earned a degree from the University of Chicago in art history and was admitted to the Art Institute of Chicago under the GI Bill. He was awarded his Master of Arts degree …

  • French Resistance fighter during World War II, and close associate to General de Gaulle. He co-founded the Charles-de-Gaulle Foundation and was its first president with AndrA(c).

  • Cir? d'Aunis physician

  • Brest Military man

  • Lithuanian author, an authority in pre-history literature and holdings in museums around the world. She was able to recall and read 3,000 items at once. Gimbutas is the author of the "The Civilization of the Goddess," the "The Language of the Goddess", and the "Goddesses and Gods of Old Europe" books. She is active in feminist and goddess groups and …

  • French professional racing cyclist, then team manager. He was the winner of ParisaEUR"Tours 1948 and two stages in the Tour de France. In 1946, he was the national champion. He died in Paris, 8 February 1985.

  • Colombelles physician


1919 - 1910

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

  • Netherlands sport Champion

  • USSR -- Discus thrower (1952 Olympics, Bronze Medalist).

  • Austrian-born diver, environmentalist, and documentary producer. Expert on sharks.

  • Ernie Kovacs

    Comedy show host (Show), is killed in a car accident in West Los Angeles, California at the age of 42.

  • Actress from Canada (d. 2011).

  • Climax Springs Military Man

  • A Brazilian public figure, Fuego was a dancer, naturalist, and a woman who was well ahead of her times. She is known for being a liberal activist for nudity which was freely practiced on the Island. Two fishermen assassinated Fuego on 7/19/1967 in Rio de Janeiro.

  • American entertainer, a burlesque queen. Her sisters and she had a vaudeville show until the death of one in 1945. Her sister and her other sister joined the chorus in 1932. They progressed to solo acts and both became exotic dancers. Rozelle, her sister, was known as the "Golden Girl". She married a rich, titled Belgian. Betty, a swirling dervish, …

  • A car bomb kills a British member of parliament as he leaves the Palace of Westminster. The Irish National Liberation Army takes responsibility.

  • American journalist and photographer

  • American photo-journalist

  • Saint Lucian-Barbadian economist, academic Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1991).

  • At 70 years old, the 94th US Supreme Court Justice (1958-1981), is killed in New Hampshire.

  • Austria -- Javelin thrower (1948 Olympics, Gold Medalist).

  • French doctor, from a prominent Normandy family.

  • Chateauroux EXecutives

  • French painter of Algerian Jewish descent who moved to Paris in 1930. He studied philosophy at Sorbonne. In 1941, he began as a self-taught painter. He was arrested because he was Jewish and for his 1942 political activism. He pleaded guilty to insanity and was sent to the Sainte Anne asylum. In 1944, he published a small volume of poetry …

  • American businessman founded National Hot Rod Association (d.2007).

  • Belgian scriptwriter and historian. He was the son Maurice Chabas, a Symbolist painter, and Gabrielle Storms -Castelot's brother. More than 100 books were written by him, mostly biographies about famous people.

  • Professionally active French jazz and classical violinists from 1929 to 1947.

  • Harmonica / gospel singer

  • Belgian composer and jazz musician who earned an international reputation for his recordings. He was a typical gypsy who traveled through France and Belgium in his caravan and learned to play the banjo, guitar, and the violin. He was 18 when he was severely burned in a car fire. It took him a full year to recover. He lost the …

  • French artist, painter.

  • A French colonel and military officer during World War II was awarded the title of 'Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English : Companion to the Liberation).

1909 - 1900

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

  • American dancer, who was among the first to embrace the "modern" form of dance in the 1930s, particularly the simpler and more natural forms. He was also the choreographer for major shows in 1937-1947.

  • Italy Scientist

  • Bob Steele

    Pendleton, Oregon -- Actor, Duffy-F Troop. Big Sleep

  • France sport Champion

  • British princess, a great-granddaughter of Queen Victoria, as well as a great-great-great-granddaughter of King George III and niece to Queen Mary, consort of King George V. Furthermore she was related on her mother's side to the royal family of the Netherlands.

  • German magician and entertainer in the '50s.

  • Colombian politician and lawyer 16th Minister of National Education of Colombia (d. 1948).

  • French medium, painter, and psychic, an outsider artist.

  • Colombian politician (d. 1948)

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