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

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2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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

  • French Lorraine young prodigy, she passed with distinction her Baccalaureat (Abitur), at age 17. She was voted top in France 2015 with 5000 euros (scholarship).


1989 - 1980

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


1979 - 1970

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

  • Melissa Errico

    American singer and actress

  • Current President of FIFA, a Swiss-Italian football administrator. Sepp Blatter's successor is also of Greek origin and can speak five languages fluently.

  • American drummer (The Nixons and Seether).

  • American model trainer and manager

  • NFL wide receiver (Cincinnati Bengals).

1969 - 1960

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

  • English musician, singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and record producer. He is the frontman for the Britpop/alternative band Blur and co-founder, vocalist, and principal songwriter for virtual band Gorillaz.

  • Pierre Palmade

    French comedian, actor and humorist. He is known for his unfunny characters in his sketches. In 1995, he married VA(c]ronique Sanson and was later divorced in 2001. He then decided to openly discuss his sexuality.

  • Manager and footballer from Spain

  • English cricketer

  • Estonian educator and conductor

  • Scottish singer, lead singer, and teen idol in the pop band "Wet Wet Wet." Nine major record labels have tried to sign the group since their 1982 formation. They were one of Britain’s most popular bands by 1989, and are well-known for their charitable concert work. They lost some of their popularity over the years, but came back to top …

  • Richard Grieco

    American model actor and producer

  • Sarah Buxton

    American actress, known as "queen of catfights" in television and film.

  • Ontario, Canada; NHL goalie (Tampa Bay Lightning).

  • NFL linebacker (Denver Broncos).


1959 - 1950

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

  • English soldier and politician Secretary-of-State for International Development

  • English biologist and author

  • Portuguese politician

  • French suspect in homicide, arrested 5 November 1984, for the murder of Gregory Villemin, his cousin's four-year old son. On 16 October 1984, the boy was found tied and drowned in river Vologne. Bernard was released on 4 February 1985 after the charges were dropped. Jean-Marie Villemin, not convinced of Bernard's innocence, shot Bernard to death at Autmonzey with a …

  • American basketball player. He played in the ABA for Utah Stars (1974aEUR”1975) and Spirits of St. Louis (1975%aEUR”1976) and in the NBA with Philadelphia 76ers (1976aEUR”1982), Houston Rockets (1976aEUR”1994), Washington Bullets(1982aEUR”1986), Washington Bullets(1982aEUR”1988), Atlanta Hawks, Milwaukee Bucks (1991aEUR”1993), and San Antonio Spurs (94%aEUR”1995).

  • Actress


1949 - 1940

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

  • American producer and guitarist (The Cars), singer-songwriter

  • Maryland, USA. Rocker (Cars – "Double Life", “All Mixed Up”, "Bye Bye Love", and "You Might Think")

  • American professional baseball player. His short-lived career in the major leagues as a pitcher was started on April 28, 1972 by the Chicago White Sox. His last game was September 29, 1973, the year he retired.

  • Italian singer, songwriter, and filmmaker

  • French auctioneer.

  • German-American social psychologist, businessman, and politician (CDU: Member of the Saxon Parliament since 2009; National Foreign Commissioner since 2004; and Saxon State Secretary for Economic Affairs and Labour from May 2002 to November 2004.

  • French politician and former Minister of Environment under De Villepin's government. Olin served as the Minister-Delegate to Social Security from 2004 to 2005. She is also a senator for the Oise region.

  • American educator and author of children's literature


1939 - 1930

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

  • Austrian ballet director. After serving as a dance critic and music critic in various Austrian and German newspapers he was appointed director of the Vienna State Opera Ballet. Brunner was previously married to Christl Zimmerl, a dancer.

  • Swiss entertainer and band leader

  • Pennsylvania, SA; comedian (Tim Conway Show).

  • English businessman and engineer

  • Jackson was an American politician and lawyer. He was elected as the Mayor for Atlanta in 1973. Jackson is the first African-American to lead a major Southern city. Jackson served eight years, and was reelected in 1990.

  • Italian screenwriter, director and writer.

  • Screenwriter and actor from Australia (d. 2012).

  • New York, USA: News anchor (CBS Nightwatch).

  • American vibraphone player (d. 2015).

  • American race car driver, who set a new world speed record with a jet-powered car at 600 mph on 11/15/1965. He was obsessed with cars since he was 12 years old. At 14 he bought his first hot rod and by 16 he was racing drag strips. He was born to a Hollywood special effects engineer and a dancer, who …

  • American professional astrologer who started her private practice in upstate New York on 8/13/1969. After years of study, mostly on her own, a friend and gifted craftsman asked Lenore if she would like to consult from his shop. Lenore was able to work in a professional setting and gained publicity for her friend's business. In order to analyze the charts …

  • American academic and physician

  • American actor and boxer

  • French screenwriter, actor and film director. He was the director of Themroc (1973), a French cult film. He died 29 January 2008.

  • Greek painter and sculpture

  • French police officer. He was vice-chief of staff for the Antigang brigade as well as the Narcotics Brigade. He was the leader of the Office central de rA (c)pression du Banditisme (OCRB).

  • British comedian who became a comedy writer before becoming a top-rated British comedian. Cryer was a writer for many of the most well-known comedians in the world, such as George Burns and Bob Hope, as well as some of the best TV shows in the UK. He was most prominent on television in the 1990s with his adult stand-up routines …

  • CEO (Merseyside development Corporation).


1929 - 1920

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

  • France sport Champion

  • Iranian-Pakistani politician. She was the wife of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto (9th Prime Minister of Pakistan), and served as First Lady of Pakistan from 1971 to 1977. From 1979 to 1983, she was her husband's successor and chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party. Benazirbhutto, the first and only female Prime Minister of Pakistan, was her mother. Due to Alzheimer's disease, she …

  • Dutch producer / composer

  • French scientist, agronomist and engineer, who was the president and CEO at the National Institute for Agricultural Research. He died 17 December 1997.

  • French comics author, who died 12 September 2005.

  • Grandmaster of Croatian Chess (d. 2011).

  • Croatian chess player (d.2011)

  • German gynecologist. He is considered to be the father of laparoscopic surgery. He died 16 July 2003 in Tucson, Arizona.

  • French Resistance Fighter in the Second World War, and a member of the Organisation de l'armA (c)e secrA”te (OAS), a short-lived French far-right paramilitary organization during the Algerian War (1954aEUR”62).

  • Washington, USA. Singer ("Let's Dance", Martha Wright Show).

  • Champion Swiss motorcycle racer and best sidecar-pilot in world. Camathias was killed during a race at Brands Hatch near London on 10/10/1965.

  • Norwegian politician and professor of medicine. He is most well-known for his efforts to establish University of TromsA in Norway, which is the world's northmost university. His work with public health is also notable.

  • English architect (d. 2012).

  • American inventor Liquid Paper was invented in 1980.

  • Lieutenant Colonel and politician of the United States (d. 2013).

  • Author of British-Canadian cookbooks and host of Urban Peasant (a CBC cooking program). Barber was an engineer before becoming a food critic at the Vancouver Sun. Barber's lifelong passion for food and writing led him to become an author of cookbooks. He spent the rest of his life on his farm on Vancouver Island's Cowichan Valley in British Columbia after …

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  • American soldier and judge (d.2013)

  • NFL defensive tackle (New York Yankees and New York Giants).


1919 - 1910

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

  • American politician and longtime top aide of U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson. Jenkins' career was overshadowed by a sex scandal that was exposed weeks before 1964's presidential election. Jenkins was charged with disorderly conduct in a Washington public bathroom.

  • American politician (d. 2013)

  • American sergeant (d. 1992).

  • Italian advertising director and executive. His work is widely quoted.

  • Milan, Italy -- Actress (Forbidden).

  • American actor (d. 2002).

  • Costa Rican politician, lawyer, teacher, economist, and politician. Founding member of National Liberation Party, and president of University of Costa Rica. Facio was educated in primary school at the Liceo de Costa Rica. Facio graduated from higher education in economics and law. Facio was an ideological group of democratic socialist thought and a member of the Center for the Study …

  • American historian

  • Born in Malaysia, English poet and critic. He worked as a lawyer until his first poem was published in March 1934. By 1937, he had won numerous awards. He lectured about English literature after the war. His first book, "The Poet's Grammar", was published in 1958. He also wrote 1962's "Poetry and the Physical voice".

  • Figure from Soviet World War II (d. 1991).

  • Duchess of Roxburghe (d.2014)

  • Canadian ophthalmologist (d.2005)

  • French farmer and director of an agricultural cooperative. He served as Mayor of Vouzailles from 1947 to 1979, and was a Deputy 1951-1954 and Minister 1954-1955. He was a member of the Social and Economic Council 1960-1979 and the President of many professional civic organizations.

  • American magician and author (d.1984)

  • composer.

  • American baby left unattended on a doorstep at the age of one. The baby was handed over to an orphanage by the lady of the house.

  • Politician

  • Turkish-French illustrator and painter (d. 1993).

  • Italian writer whose most well-known work is 'La stanza del vescovo,' which was published in 1976. Dino Risi made it into a movie shortly thereafter. He died in Varese, December 31, 1986.

  • Wernher von Braun

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  • American actor who is known for his consistent performances in character roles. He was Davy Crockett's opponent, Mike Fink King of the River. Fink was a villainous riverboat captain. Fink then became a regular in Disneyland's Frontier World. He is also known as the villain in "Ol' Yaeller", a Disney film from 1957.

  • English-South African cricketer (d. 2013).

  • Japanese producer and director, artist, painter, and author. His films include "Ran," “Yojimbo," “Kagemusha,” "Kagemusha," and "The Seven Samurai," both 1954 and 1950. Stephen Spielberg once called Spielberg the "pictorial Shakespeare" of his time.

  • English colonial runner and educator (d. 2001).

1909 - 1900

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

  • British painter, artist, and print-maker. His work is often mystical & symbolic and often deals with archetypal figures & images, e.g. The fool. He taught at the Central School of Art from 1951 to 1975. Ginger Gilmour was later one of his students.

  • Arts patron / advocate for human rights

  • Movie Actress

  • Italian bicyclist who won a Gold Medal at Los Angeles Olympics in 1932.

  • American actress, first seen in 1925's "Ladies of the Night." She was a teenage dancer and chorus girl. She became a symbol for the jazz age, a flapper and one of the most famous dramatic actresses of her time.

  • French animator and cartoonista. His films were often traditional animated and delicately styled, with satirical humor and lyrical content. Grimault passed away on the 29th of March 1994.

  • American actress (d. 1977).

  • Lale Andersen

    German chanson singer-songwriter, most famous for her interpretation of "Lili Marleen" (1939), which was hugely popular on both side during the Second World War.

  • Fleurbay physician

  • Lord Mayor (London).

  • Joan Crawford
  • Spanish playwright and poet, Franco is a member the Generation of 27. Franco's rise in 1936 forced him to leave Spain, as many other Spanish Intellectuals. He lived in Buenos Aires from April 1961 until he was forced to leave Spain.

  • German-American psychoanalyst and author, as well as social philosopher. Fromm stressed the importance of cultural and social pressures in modern man's lives. Fromm's philosophy was influential on American university campuses after years of lecturing and writing in the United States.

  • Calcano composer.

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