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

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2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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


1979 - 1970

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

  • Brazilian exotic dancer, known for her graceful hips and blonde beauty. Her entry into the group A%0 O Tchan! In 1998, she was selected in a contest to replace Carla Perez (16 November 1977), who had left the group. She posed nude in Playboy magazine for the first time immediately after her win. She was also featured on the cover …

  • Singaporean pianist and singer-songwriter

  • Venezuelan actress

  • Hungarian chess player

  • French comedian, born to an Armenian and German father, he was supposed to be present at Charlie Hebdo's office. However, he had to wait until a technician arrived at his house to do so. He was to bring the "Twelfth Noght" pancake on that 9th January.

  • Hungarian chess player

  • Canadian bassist (Billy Talent).

  • Miss Universe Norway 1996

  • Marlon Wayans

    American actor

  • Barbadian cricketer, coach

  • NFL offensive tackle (Indianapolis Colt and London Monarchs).

  • NFL tight end (Arizona Cardinals).

  • Australian journalist, speechwriter, scientist communicator, and writer. He was also a political advisor to former Queensland Premier and Deputy Premier.

  • American country and western singer, who won the 1990 "Best Bluegrass Recordings" award for "I've Got That Old Feeling." Union Station, her talented, tight band, is a key component of the revival of bluegrass music. They released a compilation album called "Now That I Have Found You", which went double platinum and won awards. It also crossed over from country …

  • Malaysian singer and actor

  • Miss Missouri USA (1996)

  • American harmonica player (d.2010)

  • American producer and rapper (Jodeci).


1969 - 1960

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

  • He was a French athlete who won the 1997 world champion title and the 2002 European Championships for the 400m hurdle. He retired from competition in 2004 and became a television commentator after sustaining head injuries when his bike collided with a vehicle near Vence, France.

  • Bramalea, Ontario -- NHL center (Hartford Whalers)

  • Kiev, Ukraine -- NHL left-wing (LA Kings).

  • NBA guard (Minnesota Timberwolves).

  • Musician

  • English actress

  • Camille and Bill Cosby are an American family of note. She was admitted to a substance abuse program on August 24, 1989 and returned to drug use by November. Her dad was shocked when she revealed to him that she had been struggling with drugs and alcohol since she was 14. This caused a severe family split. Her mom was …

  • German singer and songwriter Megadeth and Memorain

  • Lynchburg, Virginia -- Equestrian at (1988, 1992 Olympics - Silver Medalist).

  • American marijuana activist

  • German politician


1959 - 1950

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

  • American screenwriter and producer of director films

  • Texas, USA; actress (Sara Rush- Too Close for Comfort).

  • French motorcycle rider, Georges Monneret's son and half-brother Pierre Monneret. He was the first French winner in the premier class of Grand Prix (500 cm3).

  • Artha Graha Peduli Foundation was founded by an Indonesian businessman turned philanthropist.

  • Danbury, Connecticut -- PGA golfer (1985 Buick Open)

  • American lesbian feminist performer, actress, Tantra practitioner and writer. She is also a lecturer, writer, lecturer, lecturer, and pagan love-sex Goddess-guru. Annie Sprinkle is most well-known as the pornstar-prostitute and sex guru. She explored a variety of sexual options in Manhattan's sex clubs, and through her roles as XXX film stars in hundreds of films that were hard-core, she earned …

  • Belgian multilingual singer. He is best known for his 1980 rendition of "Madame," a hit song.

  • Italian family of distinction, fifth child and second son of Wanda Ferragamo and Salvatore Ferragamo.

  • English cricketer and coach

  • Politician

  • American announcer and host of a game show

  • American teenager chess prodigy. He earned the titles of Chess Master in 1968, Senior Title 1973, and International Title 1976. Commons was a UCLA Extension chess teacher from 1972-1973.

  • Turkish singer-songwriter

  • French politician and member of the European Parliament for South-East France. He is a member of Union for French Democracy, which belongs to the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe. He also sits on the European Parliament’s Committee on Development. From 1997 to 1999, he was president of the centre-right Partiradical valoisien.

  • NYC, New York -- Actress (Stacey Winthrop - Another World)


1949 - 1940

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

  • South African cricketer and coach (d.2015)

  • American electrical engineer, CEO of Acuson (a medical ultrasound imaging equipment business). Maslak, who is a college graduate and holds a SB-SM-SM and ScD degrees in Electrical Engineering. He enjoys working in the laboratory.

  • Australian-English politician and lawyer Solicitor General for England & Wales

  • Irish politician and educator

  • American politician and pianist.

  • American homicide victim, he was sentenced for life without parole to the stabbing death of a 13 year old baby-sitter as two children slept. He was convicted and tried in Lowell, MA the next year.

  • Ian Brady, a British serial killer. Her blonde hair was bleached and she looked ten times older than her 23-year-old self. She had a thick, hooked nose, thick lips, and a large, squat figure. Her grandmother lived next door and loved her and spoilt her. She was a prude and would not change in front of Myra, her younger sister …

  • Greek philosopher and author (d. 1998).

  • American businessman founded American Axle (d.2013).

  • Blue Mink is an American singer-songwriter

  • Dutch guitarist (ZZ & Masks)

  • Don Imus

    American radio personality. Known for hosting talk shows with his provocative and often offensive style.

  • American astrologer and author of "Ancient Whispers from Chaldea", 1999. Arthyr, a third-generation astrologer, has been studying ancient astrological systems from early Babylonian cultures and Egyptian cultures for 26 years. His book contains a wealth new information and techniques that will change the way many astrologers view current astrological systems.

  • Italian politician and economist Italian Minister of Finance (d.2010)

  • French poet, journalist and author. She was killed by her own hands in Paris, 23 July 1978.

  • Rock singer (Lonely for You)

1939 - 1930

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

  • Australian comedian, stage actor, television host, and radio star. Newton is a comedian who can also be a host and MC. He has been loved by critics, the public and his colleagues for years. His remarkable career has earned him 15 Logies, six of which are Gold. He was awarded the Inaugural Grand Pater (1982), a Pater for the Year’s …

  • Ronny Cox

    Cloudcroft, Massachusetts -- Actor (St Elsewhere).

  • American homicide. Sentenced to life in Huntsville federal jail for the 1982 shooting death of Judge Wood, a San Antonio federal judge. He was high on drugs and raving about how he had murdered John F. Kennedy.

  • German actor, the son of Berta Drews (actress) and Heinrich George (actress).

  • American porn producer and actress (d. 2010).

  • American family of note, including the wife of Congressman Philip Crane (1959); eight children. They lived in McLean (VA) and Mount Prospect (IL).

  • American cinematographer (d.2012)

  • American football player and engineer

  • American lawyer and Judge. He was confirmed as Associate Justice of US Supreme Court on February 18, 1988. His background of 13 years as an Appellate Judge at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Sacramento, CA, is a result of his experience as a Judge.

  • American Hall of Fame baseball pitcher for Los Angeles and Brooklyn Dodgers. He is best known for his 14-season record of 209 victories against 106 losses, with 2,486 strikeouts. Drysdale was instrumental in making the Dodgers the most popular team in baseball during the 1950s and 1960s. Drysdale was inducted into baseball's Hall of Fame on August 12, 1984 and …

  • American Hall of Fame baseball pitcher for Los Angeles and Brooklyn Dodgers. He is best known for his 14-season record of 209 victories against 106 losses, with 2,486 strikeouts. Drysdale was instrumental in making the Dodgers the most popular team in baseball during the 1950s and 1960s. Drysdale was inducted into baseball's Hall of Fame on August 12, 1984 and …

  • California, USA; pitcher (Los Angeles Dodgers, Cy Young 1962).

  • American author and astrologer.

  • American saxophonist (Born 1934).

  • American boxer. Lightweight fighter. Pro career that spanned 1949-1972.

  • High commissioner (Pakistan)

  • Bert Convy

    St. Louis, Missouri -- Actor. (Snoop Sisters. Win Lose or Draw).

  • The Millennium Dome and Lloyd's Building were designed by an Italian-English architect

  • American priest psychologist and talkshow host (d. 2014).

  • Austrian architect designed Austrian Cultural Forum (d.2010).

  • Germany Actor

  • French journalist, executive editor of Le Canard EnchaA (r)nA (c), satirical weekly paper in France.

  • French Canadian screenwriter and author

  • MAori queen (d. 2006)

  • Canadian cinematographer and screenwriter

  • Chess champ


1929 - 1920

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

  • American professional golfer. He played college golf at North Texas State College. He helped the team win four consecutive NCAA Division I championships (1949aEUR'1952). Maxwell also won U.S. Amateur title in 1951. After an impressive amateur career, the Army called him to duty and he became a professional in 1954.

  • Nigerian politician and journalist 5th Governor of Lagos State

  • American drummer (d. 2007)

  • Jr. American screenwriter and author (d. 2004).

  • American pianist who couldn't remember a time in his life that didn't revolve around the piano. He was the younger son of a San Francisco Hat-maker and his wife. At nine years old, he began studying with Artur Schnabel, an Austrian pianist. His Carnegie Hall debut came at 16. He won the Queen Elizabeth of Belgium International Music Competition at …

  • Vera Rubin

    American Astronomer and Academic

  • American author (d. 2004)

  • California, USA; pianist/conductor for the Annapolis Symphony 1973-1977

  • French screenwriter Jean-Jacques Annaud is best known for his collaborations and films with Roman Polanski (film director) He tried two times to direct films, but neither of them was commercially successful at the start of the 1970s. He died 9 September 2006.

  • French screenwriter and film director (d. 2006).

  • (Rep-R-California, 1983- )

  • Dallas, Texas -- Astronaut

  • French historian, author and politician. On 15 February 1979, he was elected to AcadA(c).mie franASSaise.

  • Gloria DeHaven

    American singer and actress

  • American singer, actress, and dancer. She was the daughter of vaudevillians and attended private schools between performances. At eight years old, she appeared in "Modern Times" and was named in her first role in "Susan and God" four years later. Before she was signed to MGM's 1943 musical, "Best Foot Forward," she sang with big bands like Bob Crosby. She …

  • Belgium -- Pairs ice skater (1948 Olympics - Gold Medalist)

  • 1. Bangladeshi politician, 1st Prime Minister for Bangladesh (d. 1975).

  • American politician, educator, and activist. A Dem. A Dem. She was 6' tall and a former actress and model. She also holds a Ph.D. degree in psychology and a doctorate in Egyptology. She was a College Board president.

  • English-American screenwriter (d. 2005).

  • Turkish wrestler (d.2008)

  • France sport Champion

  • Deacon / minister

  • Italian film director and scriptwriter. He started his career in cinema in 1959 with documentary films. He made his first feature-length film in 1962 and has since directed over 30 films for TV, and movies. Damiani was awarded the Gold Cup Spain Award in 1982, as well as three other awards, including the Icaro daEUR (tm)Oro award for his direction …

  • Romania's Chief Rabbi


1919 - 1910

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

  • He is the American tank-crew commander and tank-platoon commandant in World War II. He is well-known as the US tank Ace of Aces. His credits include over 1000 kills, 250 German prisoners-of-war taken, 12 confirmed tanks kills, and 258 total armoured vehicle or self-propelled guns kills. All this occurred in an 81-day combat career with three Shermans that spanned only …

  • Hall of Fame shortstop (Dodgers).

  • TV Show Host

  • Chauvigny Journalist

  • Scottish diplomat

  • Nicaraguan composer and musician. He was five years old when he started the arc Marimba Granadillo. His mother and aunt formed a strong trio, called "Little Family of managuas", which helped to bring life to social events in the city. Gaston Perez's musical inebriation led to the creation of magnificent orchestras and ensembles such as "Black Cats", Don Abraham Sanchez, …

  • Montpellier physician


1909 - 1900

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

  • American writer, gay pornographer, tattoo artist, and educated and well-looking hustler. He was an English professor and began writing in the 1940s for underground paperbacks. Later, he moved to gay porno writing, which has since been accepted as literature. He worked once with Dr. Alfred Kinsey, providing information about the alternative-sex-scene. Later, he wrote his autobiography.

  • American lieutenant Medal of Honor winner (d. 2010).

  • Recipient of the American WWII Medal of Honor (d. 2010).

  • Italian novelist and writer. He was contemporaneous with Cesare Pavese, and was an influential voice in modernist novel writing. He is best known for his anti-fascist novel Conversations in Sicily. It was published in 1941. The 1949 U.S. first edition of the novel included an introduction by Ernest Hemingway. His style greatly influenced Vittorini's writing and this novel in particular.

  • Brooklyn, New York -- Actor (Lara Little House on the Prairie).

  • Holocaust survivor, conscientious objector, who shared his personal experiences with students. Unbroken Will features him as the subject. Engleitner, who died in 2011, was the oldest survivor from the concentration camps Buchenwald and Niederhagen. He was also the oldest known male survivor of a concentration camp.

  • French director, producer, critic, and filmmaker. Leenhardt, who studied philosophy and literature at Sorbonne, became an influential film critic for several French publications. In the middle of the decade, he began making documentaries that covered a broad range of subjects. This earned him a reputation of excellence. Leenhardt directed his debut feature film in 1948, and in 1949 he started …

  • Scottish scientist and researcher, who was a director at the Department of Defense and Microbiological Research. His papers include those on immunology and diseases affecting the respiratory tract.

  • She is better known as "Isabel la Nagra", a Puerto Rican brothel owner, and madam in barrio MaragA 1/2 ez, Ponce. Both her name and Elizabeth's Dancing Club, her brothel, are part of Puerto Rican folklore.

  • Actor (Red River), passes away at 91 from natural causes

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