List of celebrities and famous people who were born on March 23rd
Famous birthdays on March 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002009
Famous birthdays on March 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
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).
Player for the Welsh Rugby League
Spanish race car driver
Famous birthdays on March 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American record producer
Czech ice hockey player
Italian motorcycle racer
Canadian ice hockey player
American singer and actor
American football player
Filipino basketball player
He was a French skipper and won the "VendA (c)e Globe" in 78 Days, faster than Phileas Fogg and Jules Verne (Around the World, 80 Days). It's a solo race, non-stop and without assistance.
Estonian ice dancer
American race car driver
Long jumper from France. His personal best jump was 8.24m, which he achieved in August 2010.
Welsh snooker player
Famous birthdays on March 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
American baseball player
Irish rugby player
American television personality and blogger
American producer and actor
German singer of Schlager songs. Howard Carpendale's son.
Canadian screenwriter and actor
Actor (Mickey Mouse Club).
French actress and singer, born to Russo-Moroccan Jewish parents.
Brazilian race car driver
American journalist and author
Indian politician and actress, Indian Minister of Human Resource Development
American football player
Dominican baseball player
Olympic and 11-time World Champion track cyclist. He has won 6 Olympic Gold Medals at Olympic Games in Athens 2004, Beijing 2008 (3), and London 2012 (2). He is the most decorated and successful Scottish Olympian.
English motorcycle trial rider
Alberta, Canada; NHL defenceman (Washington Capitals).
Turkish drummer (Kurban)
Italy: Tennis star (3rd round, 1996 Australian Open).
American basketball player: Guard, Nuggets.
American screenwriter and actor
French victim of homicide. She met AbdeASSamai Moussali, 22, at age 18, and they fell in love. They began to live together. Their child was born on 1/31/1995. She became pregnant again three months later. She fell in love with her boyfriend, became more abusive, and eight months pregnant with their second child, he killed her. He then dismembered her, …
Linebacker (New York Giants).
Politican of the French Socialist Party. Between 21 June 2012, France's minister for ecology, sustainable development and energy, she served as such between 2 July 2013 and 2 July 2013. She was forced to quit the government after she openly criticised the government and the restrictions on her ministry's budget. She was previously the minister dA(c]lA(c]guA(c), at France's Ministry of …
Hockey defenseman (Team Kazakhstan Olympics - 1998)
San Francisco Warriors).
Belgian race car driver
Thai singer and actor
CFL offensive tackle (Saskatchewan Roughriders).
Japan; tennis star (1994 Singapore).
Miss Nevada-USA (1997).
Ohio, USA; diver (Olympics-1996).
American football forward, who completed his rookie season in 1996. He was a 25th-round draft pick out of Memphis in 1995. Vaughn, the son of David Vaughn, was the center for the American Basketball Association.
French actress and author, daughter to a psychiatrist and a Polish immigrant (GodrA")che is from Gold Reich). At the age of 10, she left her home and was seen in a Nadine Trintignant movie. She was given her first lead screen role in BenoA(r]t Jacquot’s "Les Mendiants" four years later. Her roles in Patrice's "Ridicule", and CA(c)dric Klausisch's" L'Auberge Espagnole …
Chapman; Miss Massachusetts-USA (1997).
Sweden's tennis star (Davis Cup, 1994).
Gary, Indiana -- Playmate (Dec, 1997)
Scottish model and television host
Russia; NHL right-wing (Tampa Bay Lightning).
Illinois, USA; NHL defenseman (Tampa Bay Lightning).
Japanese professional wrestler
Quebec, Canada; model (Valentino Perfume).
NFL linebacker (Tampa Bay Buccaneers).
Russian player in ice hockey
Miss Universe - Canada (1996)
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).
Famous birthdays on March 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
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.
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
Estonian educator and conductor
Canadian canoe racer
American news personality, famous for having his penis reattached by his wife after she cut it off and threw the rest into the field. After he married Lorena Gallo in Quantico, VA on 6/18/1989, he then battered and sexually assaulted her for three more years. He and a friend went home drunk around 3:00 am on 6/23/1993. He raped his …
Canada, Alberta; kayaker (Olympics-15-1992 and 1996).
New York, USA; pitcher (Cincinnati Reds).
I Wishing I Was Wet and Wet.
NFL fullback (Philadelphia Eagles).
American basketball player who played for the San Antonio Spurs in 1988-89.
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 …
American model actor and producer
American actress, known as "queen of catfights" in television and film.
Ontario, Canada; NHL goalie (Tampa Bay Lightning).
NFL linebacker (Denver Broncos).
American singer and actress
Turkish actor hosts a talk show and is a photographer
American actor and comedian (d. 2014).
An Italian swimmer, he was also a member of the 1992 Olympic Water Polo team in Barcelona. That year, he won a Gold-medal. He won a bronze medal in 1996.
Manager and footballer from Spain
Spanish footballer and manager
Cuba -- 800m runner (1992, 96 Olympics - Bronze / Silver Medals)
Maryland, USA; LPGA golfer (1995 GHP Heartland-26th).
American government employee, administrator, and well-known family member. Colin Powell, the Joint Chief of Staff's son, is Powell. In 1993, he received his BA and JD at Georgetown University. He joined the Army as a Pentagon Assistant to Japan in 1985-88. In 1994, he was a U.S. Court of Appeals clerk in 1988-90. Associate lawyer in 1994-96. In 1996-97, he …
Soccer player (FC Volendam).
English academic and philosopher
Indonesian producer and journalist
Director and actor in porn from Romania-American
French race horse jockey, the child of GA(c),rard Mottier.
American notable family, Jose Ferrer and Rosemary Clooney.
Greek screenwriter and composer of actor
Famous birthdays on March 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American producer and actress
Belgian actor and director (d.2005)
John Gacy is an American victim of homicide. He was an employee of Gacy and told his parents that Gacy was a great boss who paid well. Godzik vanished on 12/11/1976. Gacy arrested Gacy on 12/12/1978. His body was discovered in Gacy's basement with 27 other bodies.
The race-to-points was won by a Dutch cyclist, a Dutch cyclist who competed in Atlanta Olympics 1996.
American singer and drummer (The Mentors, The Screamers). (d. 1997).
American voice actor and screenwriter
Scotland-born business executive
New York, USA. Actress (Hotel New Hampshire. Dollmaker).
Ohio, USA; actress
DC, USA; 4X400 metre relay racer (Olympics-silver-1976).
American Astrologer. He is a specialist in relocation astrology and offers 100% satisfaction on his work. Curtis is a professional since 1990. He teaches and runs workshops. Curtis used Ski Jasper for a time before he changed his name. He is married to four daughters.
Ecuadorian politician 52nd President of Ecuador
Welsh manager and footballer
English soldier and politician Secretary-of-State for International Development
English biologist and author
Portuguese politician and academic 115th Prime Minister of Portugal
American author, Glass was the older of her two daughters and won the 2002 National Book Award. As a child, she was a book lover and worked at the local library. In 1978, she graduated from Yale with an art degree and spent a year on a fellowship in Paris. After returning to Massachusetts, she was offered a job at …
Italian film actress, with little talent but great body, was launched as a sex icon. She was born in Rimini, where she married Beppe Ercole, an ex-playboy.
Chef (named one the ten best American chefs).
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).
Kenneth Cole Productions is an American fashion designer.
Italian-American basketball player, coach
American black singer and songwriter who is well-known in the world of black music. She had the smash hits "I'm Every Woman" (1978) and "We Got the Love (1978). Her multi-racial band, "Rufus," was her first. It featured a mix of soul and pop. She made a big impact on the stage with their classy, funk-slanted recordings. Her eccentric stage …
Belgian cartoonist. He died 18 March 2009.
Minnesota, USA; comedian ("Ratboy Wrong Guys").
Venezuelan baseball player (d. 1990)
Italian artist and illustrator
French actress who wrote several books for children.
American skater, winner of numerous championship awards
Ohio, USA; Nike golfer (1990 Mississippi Gulf Coast).
Bluffton, Ohio -- Nike golfer (1990 Mississippi Gulf Coast)
American football player and sportscaster
Corinne Piccolo, French actress and model.
Paris, France -- Actress (Moonraker Yor)
English keyboard player and songwriter Uriah Sheep
Egyptian translator and author
Dutch biochemist and CEO of Centocor, the hotshot biotech firm. Schoemaker has a BSc in Chemistry Economics and a PhD degree in Biochemistry. He enjoys collecting Dutch 17th-century paintings and is a keen golfer and tennis player.
English journalist and author
American choreographer and actor.
Famous birthdays on March 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
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.
French actress, director, screenwriter and humorist (member of Les Nuls with Farrugia, Chabat), best known for her role as "Serial (Bad) Weddings".
FBA / geographer
German-Canadian politician and educator
New York, USA. Actress (Don't Just Stay There).
English screenwriter and producer
Swiss singer and bandleader
Italian singer, songwriter, and filmmaker
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.
Belgium sport Champion
Belgian television host and presenter, also known by the name Zaki.
Belgian champion cyclist, well-known family member, brother to Roger de Vlaeminck, cyclist.
American mandolin player and composer (Even Dozen Jug Band, Old and in the way and David Grisman Quintet).
English composer and pianist
English singer-songwriter/guitarist (The Groundhogs).
Russian rugby player (d.2006)
Finnish singer director and author (d. 2001).
American baseball coach and player
American religious leader (d.2010)
Banker and economist from Scotland (d. 2012).
Austrian screenwriter and director producer
Guyanese activist and historian (d. 1980).
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
Actor (Bollywood Ashanti, Deceivers, Bollywood)
Ghanaian playwright and academic
Famous birthdays on March 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
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
French virologist, who was responsible for the management of the research team that, in 1983, discovered the virus linked to AIDS under the administrative oversight of Luc Montagnier. He was not awarded the Nobel Prize that had been attributed to his colleagues.
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).
At 58, composer ("Tie a Yellow Ribbon") dies.
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
California, USA; auto racing champion (600 MPH Spirit of America).
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).
American producer and director of actor
Headmaster (City of London School).
New York, USA; actor (Havana, Punchline, Long Goodbye).
Canadian actor and singer (Born 1934).
Russian mathematician, physicist
American pro-figure skating champion who won the Gold Medal at 1956 Olympics.
American academic and psychologist
Actor and singer from Australia (d. 2015).
English-American singer and educator in opera
CEO (Allied London Properties).
Canadian ice hockey player
Russian chess player and author
Russian skier (d. 2013)
Russian speed skater (d. 2005)
Russian speed skater (d. 2005)
Egyptian actor (d. 2012).
Famous birthdays on March 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
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
English large landowner / multi-millionaire
American academic and computer scientist
French actress in theatre and film, who was killed in Nancy on the 27th of March 2009.
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).
English cinematographer (d.2008)
commissioner (Metropolitan Police).
Ruyter; European champion billiards player.
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 …
American soldier and judge (d.2013)
NFL defensive tackle (New York Yankees and New York Giants).
Italian comedian, actor, and director. His most well-known and beloved role was that as gay cabaret owner in La Cage Aux Follies. He won the Cannes Best Actor award for this film in 1981.
American actor and comedian
comedian (Allen and Rossi), "Hello Dere".
American astrologer, who joined AFA May 1973.
Australian public servant
President (Royal College of Surgeons).
Surrey, United Kingdom -- Boat racer (1955 Speed Records)
Coniston Water, where he was trying to break the world record for water speed.
comedy actor (Barnes).
American politician and lawyer for pilots
Japanese baseball manager and player (d.2013)
Famous birthdays on March 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
British air Vice-marshal.
American educator and architect (d. 2013).
Major general of the American military served in Vietnam, Korea, and WWII. He passed away on February 3, 1993.
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 …
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)
Russian captain (d. 1991)
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)
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.
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.
Rocket Scientist (V1/V2) dies after 65 years of smoking
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).
Canadian-American critic and author (d. 1996).
German-American rocket expert and pioneer of space technology. Braun, who was 20 years old, was Germany's most prominent civilian rocketry specialist. He became the chief designer for the V-2 rocket. From 1958 to 1972, Braun worked for NASA on rockets, missiles, and space satellites. Fairchild Industries appointed him Vice-President.
Wirsitz, Germany -- Rocket expert. (I Aim At the Stars).
Germany -- Gymnist (1936 Olympics, 2 Gold Medals).
A Russhon US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel/liaison (James Bond films).
1951 British amateur).
Gus Risman is a rugby league player.
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.
singer/actress (Der Pott).
English colonial runner and educator (d. 2001).
Famous birthdays on March 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
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
Swiss-Italian pharmacologist, academic Nobel Prize laureate (d.92)
Thomas Jay politician.
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).
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.
Lord Mayor (London).
American science fiction author (d. 1964).
American author (d. 1964)
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.
Polish priest (d. 1942)
Fort Payne (Alabama) -- Actor (Gen Stone - I Dream of Jeannie).
English Composer (Born 1901)
Dutch resistance fighter/co-founder (Free Netherlands).
American archaeologist, explorer, and astrologer who discovered Bonampak's Mayan ruins.
British author, archaeologist, parapsychologist, and explorer.
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.