List of celebrities and famous people who were born on May 23rd
Famous birthdays on May 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102015
Famous birthdays on May 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002007
American family member, sixth grandchild of Vice President Dick Cheney's wife Lynne Cheney. They welcomed Samuel David Cheney to their household on Wednesday, May 23, 2007. Cheney's daughter Mary, and Heather Poe are the boy's parents.
American child, 15th in the family. Michelle Duggar's second Caesarian baby. Jim Bob Duggar, a former state legislator, is the father. The baby boy was 7 pounds 8 ounces in weight and 20 inches long when he was born. His mother was healthy.
Famous birthdays on May 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
American family, the 8 lb. 12oz. Son of Bill and Melinda Gates. His father is the richest man in the world; he also has a younger sister, Jennifer, who is three.
Finnish figure skater
Lena Johanna Therese Meyer Landrut, also known as Lena, a German singer and songwriter. The song "Satellite" was her entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2010. Meyer-Landrut's three entries from the German National Final Unser Star fA 1/2 r Oslo (Our Star For Oslo) set a new record for charting in her country. She debuted with three songs in the …
Namibian cricketer (d.2015)
Estonian volleyball player
Famous birthdays on May 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Finnish player in ice hockey
Filipina actress and dancer
Screenwriter and producer of screenplay for Australian actress
Albanian model Miss Universe Albania 2010
American football player.
Russian-Azerbaijani figure skater
Dutch racing cyclist
Actor and commercial model from the Philippines, Filipino-American
Indonesian composer and singer-songwriter
American basketball player
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
Canadian keyboard player and singer-songwriter
Welsh singer and dancer (The Pipettes).
American screenwriter and actor
American football player
Famous birthdays on May 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Canadian ice hockey player
American basketball player
American baseball coach and player
Canadian actor and singer
American model and professional basketball player
Russian figure skater
Dutch freestyle swimmer
Vernon, New Jersey -- Miss America - New Jersey (1997)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Playmate (April, 1997)
Brazilian footballer and manager
French victim of homicide. While she was hitchhiking through England, she was attacked, raped, and strangled to death on 12/19/1995. Ten days later, her body was discovered near a highway. Stuart Morgan, a truck driver was sentenced to life imprisonment on October 17, 1996.
Dutch composer and DJ
South Korean television host and actor
American game show contestant
Utah, USA: Folk/rock singer ("Pieces of You")
Atlanta, Georgia -- Playmate (February 1997)
German politician German Federal Minister for Family Affairs
linebacker (Minnesota Vikings).
Taiwanese-Hong Kong actress, singer
Actress and singer from Hong Kong
Miss Universe - Best Swimsuit (Curacao, 1997)
Minister and politician from the Netherlands
American producer and DJ
He is an American journalist and newspaper managing editors. Linda Dorcena Forry, his wife, has been married since June 2000. His wife is Black Haitian and Bill is of Irish descent. Their two sons are John Patrick, born October 25, 2003, and Conor, born February 2007.
Brazilian Formula One driver who joined Ferrari for the 1999/2000 Championship.
NFL defensive tackle (Atlanta Falcons).
British Chancellor of Exchequer
Belgian writer. His parents were professional puppeteers. He is a writer of fiction for children, young adults, and adults. He has also published several plays and poetry books. His works are full of humor. Le Monde's literary supplement, France's most prestigious daily newspaper, called him "Lewis Carol’s true heir".
Arizona, USA; pitcher (Milwaukee Brewers).
Canadian Football League receiver (Winnipeg Blue Bombers).
NFL safety cornerback (Cleveland Browns).
Astros shortstop: American player
The Israeli assassination of Prime Minister of Israel Yitzhak Rapin. At the end of a Tel Aviv rally, Amir was assassinated at 21.40 EET on November 4, 1995. Amir is currently in prison serving a life sentence, plus six years, for injuring Rabin’s bodyguard Yoram Rubin under aggravating circumstances. Amir was sentenced to 8 more years for conspiring to murder.
Bryan Herta Autosport was co-founded by Bryan Herta, an American race car driver, and a businessman.
Famous birthdays on May 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
French race car driver, best known for winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans 1998, the British Touring Car Championship in 1999 and the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters series (DTM) in 2002.
San Leandro (California) -- LPGA golfer (1995 Rolex rookie of the year).
French film director and actor, born to an anthropologist. He was a member of the theatre troupe "The Royal Imperial Speed Rabbit Company" where he began his career as an actor in "Serial Lover" (1998). Six years later, he was the director of "Casablanca Driver".
French TV meteorologist and weather presenter on France 2 was described as climato skeptical following the publication of a book titled "Climat(e) Investigation" (October 2015). On the 1st of November, he was fired. He then commented on the Clikmate Summit in Russia Today (December 2015).
NFL wide receiver (Oakland Raiders).
American screenwriter and actress
California, USA; WPVA volleyball player (Nationals-13th-1995).
German comedian, author and cabaret performer.
American Communications executive was killed on American Airlines Flight 11 that crashed into the World Trade Center on 9/11/2001. Susan, his wife, had a son Ben (4 years old) and a daughter Molly (2 years). Susan gave birth to Dina on 11/19/2001.
English drummer (Radiohead)
English singer and songwriter (Radiohead).
New Zealand; finn class yachter (Olympics-1996).
Ontario, Canada; NHL left-wing (Calgary Flames).
American comedian, actor, and writer. His voice acting roles include Ben on Dr. Katz, Professional Therapy, Coach McGuirk, Jason on Home Movies, Sterling Archer on FX's animated series Archer, as well as Bob Belcher, Jr. and Jimmy Pesto, Jr. in Fox's animated series Bob's Burgers. Jon Benjamin Has a Van, his Comedy Central series, also starred Benjamin.
German filmmaker producer screenwriter and composer
Police officer and Australian rugby player
NFL cornerback (Kansas City Chiefs).
in Venezuela; tennis star.
Italian comedian, known for his performances in the films of Pieraccioni. Ceccherini presented 2001 Festival of San Remo with R. Carra' in partnership, but with very little success.
Indian cricketer and coach
Greek basketball player and coach
Japanese singer and voice actor
American baseball player
French singer and bass-baritone. He was born to Aldo Naouri (pedopsychiatrist). He studied engineering at the Ecole Centrale de Lyon. He then focused on opera and went to the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London.
Colorado, USA; actress (Isabella Toscando-Days of Our Lives).
NBA forward (Orlando Magic).
Swiss politician and lawyer
American radio personality (The Opie and Anthony Show).
American announcer and race car driver
American race car driver and sportscaster
Scottish actress, award-winning in film and television soaps. After studying at the National Youth Theatre in London she was cast in "Orpheus Through the Ages", which won her an award at the 1984 Cannes Film Festival. She was first seen on the soap "Take the High Road" in 1986.
New York, USA: MTV VJ/actress (Meet Wally Sparks).
Pakistani internent technologist
Union leader and English firefighter
Illinois, USA; marathon runner (Olympics-1996).
American actress and model
Alberta, Canada; NHL defenseman (Vancouver Canucks).
Famous birthdays on May 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Dutch tennis player and sportscaster
American comedian, actor, and writer. The Drew Carey Show rose to No.17 in the ratings in Spring 1997. Carey also sold a multimillion-dollar book deal in March 1997 entitled Dirty Jokes and Beer Stories of the Unrefined. The show centers on a middle-class blue-collar man in an average job. It also features some exceptional cast members, including Mimi. Carey is …
English historian and curator
German race car driver
Ohio, USA; actor/comedian. Drew - Drew Carey Show host - Whose line is it Anyway? ).
Ohio, USA; country singer ("Red Hot", West by West")
in Germany; cosmonaut (Soyuz TM-22).
American screenwriter and journalist
American historian and author
French astrophysicist responsible for the programs that involve the exploration of the sun at the National Centre for Space Studies, (CNES) since 1989
Baltimora's Irish frontman (Born 1957).
English critic and journalist
French pop singer and songwriter, of Russian (father), and Belgian (mother), very popular in the late eighties, especially for his hit "Les Valses de Vienne", and his song "Joy", dedicated to his daughter. He also recorded his duet "Joue pas (Don't Play) with Joniece Jamison (American singer).
Austrian diplomat and politician Foreign Minister of Austria
Canadian project manager and President of Insight and Sound Creations Multi-Media Production Company, an award-winning multi-media production firm. The company was founded by him in 1989 to create audio tours of exceptional quality for museums, art galleries, and historic sites. They produced 30 productions in six different languages and won three national awards for excellence. They worked with Smithsonian, Canadian …
Dutch horse rider
New Zealand rugby footballer
An Irish singer who is well-known for her interpretations of folk and modern music. She has been a major recording artist in Ireland and other parts of the globe.
He is an Irish folk-rock guitarist and singer. He is Christy Moore's younger brother.
American boxer and middleweight champion, for six years. Since his first fight on 3/06/1976, he had never lost a fight. He was then able to go 12 rounds with Sugar Ray Leonard the next day on 4/05/1987. He lost in a split decision but he made $12 million for the fight. This amount was the amount that was included in …
American actor and boxer
USA; Middleweight Boxing Champion (1982-83).
Dutch player in field hockey
Author and chef in English-French
Actress (Tracey Dynasty and Kate-Day of Our Life).
French soccer/football goalkeeper. He won eleven international caps for France during the 1970s. He was also part of the French team at the 1978 FIFA World Cup. Professionally, Bertrand-Demanes was with FC Nantes (1969aEUR")1987 for his entire career.
TV Show Host
Russian chess grandmaster, and former World Champion. He was the world champion between 1975 and 1985, when he was defeated in 1985 by Garry Kasparov.
USSR -- World champion in chess (1975-1985)
California, USA; country singer ("Girls Ride Horses Too").
French track and field athlete who set a junior world record in the men's hammer throw.
Tennessee, USA; actress (Hee Haw).
American actress, daughter of James Arness. She was devastated by her split with Gregg Allman, a rocker, a few years prior. She took a fatal dose of pills in Los Angeles, CA on 5/13/1975. While watching TV, she saw Allman with Cher. In a lengthy, rambling suicide note, she wrote, "Tell Gregg that I love him."
Famous birthdays on May 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Peruvian politician, lawyer, and sociologist who served as President of Peru between 1985 and 1990 and again in 2006 and 2011. He is the leader and only member of Peruvian Aprista Party to serve as President.
American musician and singer, well-known in Aspen, CO. He is a handsome man with thick, gray hair.
American twin and ecclesiastic. Margaret, his twin sister, was born at 11:06 pm.
American homicide victim; he was arraigned on triple murder charges 39 days after his wife, and two sons, were killed. Martin, a Moreno Valley, CA homicide perpetrator, was found wandering around his front yard with a head injury and a fractured jaw. He was also disoriented and had a concussion above his left ear. Martin was left blind and deafened …
English academic and biologist
French actress, the daughter of an Italian actress. Roger Cornillac was her husband and they had a son, Clovis. John Berry, an American film director and actor, remarried her. One son was Arny.
Dutch doctor, astrologer, and researcher.
Canadian-American baseball player
Hong Kong actress screenwriter and producer
Filipina beauty queen and activist. In 1967 she won the Miss PhilippinesaEUR"World beauty pageant and went on to represent the country in the Miss World contest. Later, she became an economic, political and women's rights advocate and was involved in the Makabayan political organization in the 1980s. She died from a heart attack on 12 July 2012.
American poet and translator
Academic and linguist in English from the USA
American engineer and astronomer
American freelance photographer, Newsome has been documenting tennis matches since 1974. She also sells photographs to major publications. She was diagnosed with multiple Sclerosis in 1991. However, she continued working despite the diagnosis. She arranged her chemotherapy treatments around tournaments after she was diagnosed with breast carcinoma, which was the cause of her passing on March 13, 2003. She graduated …
American child actress in TV series "Father Knows Best" - a touching show about family values and heartwarming stories that deceive the truth of her life. She was the daughter of an alcoholic mother and sexually abused by her father and a friend. She told her mom at seven and the abuse stopped when she was 14. She attempted suicide …
English broker / multi-millionaire
Indian director screenwriter and author (d. 1991)
Country keyboardist (duo avec Jack Blanchard).
American molecular biologist, AIDS denialist.
Belgian retired schoolteacher, who lives on an invalidaEUR(tm), astrology readings, and pension. He was particularly interested in black magic and the occult.
US singer ("Down at the Beach Club")
Australian tennis player and sportscaster
British Member of Parliament.
French business executive and Director of the C.N.T.S. Centre National de Transfusion Sanguine, who was implicated in the Contaminated Blood Scandal.
English academic and scholar
Prime Minister of Solomon Islands.
American singer (Chairmen Of The Board).
Singer / songwriter
American screenwriter and producer (d. 2012).
Romanian philosopher and academic
Indian choreographer and screenwriter
Indian film director
English academic and biologist
American painter and sculptor
French race car driver
American politician in the 1960s. He was a member the Chicago Seven. Later, he spent three years at the Divine Light Ashram as Mahara Ji's chela. Davis, his wife and daughter joined Hancock Co. Insurance in 1977 for a third major change in their lives.
Norwegian saxophnist (d. 2002)
He was a Scottish writer and literary agent who spent most of his life in London. He represented a variety of writers, including John Fowles and Peter Ackroyd. Penelope Mortimer was also represented by him. On 14 November 2003, he died from injuries he sustained in a fall two weeks earlier in Edinburgh.
Georgian basketball coach and player
Famous birthdays on May 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
German actor, writer and director, whose primary focus was early television. After serving as an apprentice director for Rolf von Sydow and Michael Pfleghar in the Rolf von Sydow, Heinz Liesendahl, and Michael Pfleghar offices, he co-founded Bioskop Film with Volker SchlAPndorff, Eberhard Junkerdorf, and founded the production company Bioskop Film. Many of his TV and entertainment specials were in …
French composer, arranger, conductor, and songwriter.
Kiddie show host (Popeye), dies of cancer at 81
American poet. He is also the director of University of Maryland's creative writing program. Plumley's work was published in The Atlantic Monthly and The American Poetry Review as well as The New Yorker and The New York Times. His essays and poems have been included in 40 anthologies including From the Other World: Poems In Memory of James Wright (2008). …
English radio and television host
English journalist and author
German soprano and actress
Trainer / horse owner
American singer and actor
English priest and author
French writer and psychologist.
Italian executive was involved in Furiani-Bastia. He was vice-president of the Bastia Sporting Club and he created false license inspection documents. He was convicted for falsification and using documents for private gain.
Swedish author (d. 2009)
3rd Baron Grenfell English politician
American businessman created the Moog synthesizer in 2005
Deputy head (Bank for International Settlements).
British actress and beautiful teen model. In London, she made her stage debut in 1946. She was then on-screen until 1952. Her films included "The Stud," Game for Vulture, and "The Bitch," where she was often cast as a vamp or seductress. In the late 1980s, she was cast in "Dynasty," a major soap.
Swedish motorcycle racer
American firearm designer and inventor (Born in 1855).
American manager and CEO of Florida Progress, an utility company. Critchfield holds a BSc in History and Economics and an MA in Psychology. He is also an EdD in Administration.
Syrian-French journalist, author (d. 1998).
New York, USA. Actress (Ruth Martin-All My Children).
England; Master (Trinity Hall).
American actor and author
Illinois, USA; actress (Breaking Away, Barney Miller).
Brazilian high jumper (d. 1975)
American actress (d. 2004).
Erie, Pennsylvania -- Painter
French sculptor and painter, Aslan (meaning "Lion") was called Alain Gourdon. His brother Michel was also a famous illustrator.
German critic and poet
Famous birthdays on May 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Swedish actress, perhaps most well-known for her role as the only female speaker in the film Zulu.
American voice-over commercial actor, Gatorade, American Airlines, and more.
South African commandant Umkhonto we Sizwe (1965-19).
Swedish actress (One Summer of Happiness).
American singer and actress, who was likable, beautiful, and became a big hit in the 1950s. From 1947, she traveled on tours, club gigs and albums. She also performed at sold-out concerts. She is well-known for her warm and enchanting voice, which she can be heard singing everything from novelty numbers to show tunes, ballads, and cabaret.
Canadian actress and singer
After having been a disk jockey, he became a British actor. He is known for his films "Look Back In Anger" (1959), "Chariots of Fire" (2001) and "Caravaggio". On British TV, film and stage, he plays a variety of supporting and character roles, often as tough characters, and sometimes in pivotal roles. In 1959, he made his first film appearance. …
Brittany was home to a French poet, writer, radio host, lecturer, and teacher of high school English.
Kentucky, USA: singer/Coronet paper towel spokeswoman.
English-American singer and actress
In USSR, 800-meter runner (9 world records).
French novelist with Polish-Jewish roots. Schwarz-Bart is most well known for his novel The Last of the Just, originally published under the title Le Dernier des justes. This book tells the story of a Jewish family, from the Crusades through to Auschwitz's gas chambers.
Germany's most renowned political cabaret performer. He began studying theatre sciences at Munich in 1948. He also founded "Die Namenlosen", a cabaret show that he performed as a student. After finishing his studies Hildebrandt worked with Sammy Drechsel to found and develop the "MA 1/4 nchner Lach und SchieAYgesellschaft", a successful cabaret venue where he worked alongside cabaret artists such …
American doctor and government official. The AMA's foe, the Iconoclastic Director at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Indian bishop (d. 1996)
At 68, a South African attorney/Secretary General (SACR) dies.
American microbiologist and pioneer in the field bacterial genetics. Along with Tatum (12/14/1909), Lederberg won the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine. Beadle was born 10/22/1903. For their contributions to the organization and recombination of genetic material in bacteria, they were awarded the prize on 12/10/1958.
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Foggy Mountain Boys).
British radio host Jim-Calamity The Cow (British Radio)
German activist and author (d. 2014).
American baseball coach and manager (d.2010)
Copenhagen, Denmark -- Pianist (Orquesta Sinfonica)
German pilot and lieutenant (d. 2010).
Author / crickleter
American book editor, book reviewer and author of popular science fiction. His works include "The Seedling Stars," 1956, and "Cities in Flight," 1969. William Atheling, Jr. was often his pen name.
British musician, jazz trumpeter and band leader. Lyttelton's sharp, dry wit, sometimes risqué at a time in which risque humor was rare, and his comic timing on "I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue" radio program were his trademark qualities over the 36 years of his adult life.
sci-fi author (Hugo, Star Trek Reader).
Brooklyn, New York -- Actor. (Alf Green Acres, Charlie Danny Thomas).
American actress, singer, and dancer (Born in 1920).
Famous birthdays on May 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Indian royalty, born in London as the granddaughter of Princess Indira Gaekwar, Baroda. She is the daughter of two distinguished Indian families, and a line of independent Indian women with Western tastes.
American actress, who started her career in comedy with Broadway musicals. Later, she became a TV and film character actress. Garrett's 60-year career began at MGM. Her films include "Big City", 1946, "Neptune's Daughter", 1949, and "My Sister Eileen," 1956. She starred in the latter with Jack Lemmon. They reunited 43 years later, on "The Long Way Home", a TV …
South African literary
Puerto Rican politician and singer (d. 2012).
French diplomat, ambassador representing France at the OECD in 1978.
English sportscaster and cricketer (d. 1997).
American poet. He is the author of seven books of poetry and book-length critical studies. He was editor of the Michigan Quarterly Review from 1970 to 1977. On February 14, 1993, he died from an abdominal aneurysm.
Salvadoran painter and founder of the first El Salvador art gallery. She studied with Valero Lecha (a Spanish painter who was based in El Salvador) and received a scholarship to study abroad. She toured France and Germany as well as Holland, Holland, Belgium, and Germany. In 1953 and 1954 she returned to her home country and, despite the difficult environment …
American meteorologist and mathematician (d. 2008).
Bar le Duc Military man
American Astrologer, an early member of AFA.
American meteorologist and mathematician (Born 1917).
Playwright Rector (living legacy award 1995).
CorningWare was invented by Corning, an American chemist and physicist (d. 2014).
Baroness Jackson, Lodsworth English journalist and economist (d. 1981).
American journalist and author (d.1999)
Actor/manager/critic (Dance Magazine).
British ballet dancer, teacher, and director. He traveled to South Africa and Australia with Victor Dandre’s Russian Ballet, the company that was a foundation for Anna Pavlova. Kemp married Molly Lake, an English ballerina. They ran a ballet school together in later years. Kemp died in Nottingham, 16 July 1995.
Rudhyar was a German osteopath who has been studying astrology since 1935. He is also the author of "Galactic Dimensions of Astrology", and "The Cycles of Becoming". His books are mostly in French and many of his articles were written with Marief Cavaignac.
Puerto Rican singer
Italy Military man
Isle of Wight (United Kingdom) -- Actor (Herr Palitz–Holocaust).
French Neoclassical composer, pianist, orchestrator and pianist. He is well-known for his prolific outputs and vibrant style.
American actor, singer, and producer (d. 1989).
Canadian boxer (d. 1984)
Payne, president (National Geographic Society).
German Roman Catholic Cardinal (d.2010)
American jazz clarinetist, composer, bandleader (Born 1910).
American academic and painter (d. 1962).
American jazz musician and clarinetist. His 1938 recording of "Begin the Beguine", which made him a star, was his most significant contribution.
American author (d. 1952)
American actor (Louie-Chico and the Man), musician, age 76 (b. 1910).
Kline US expressionist painter.
English academic and architect (d. 1999).
American educator and author (d. 1952).
British painter and architect (d. 1999).
Famous birthdays on May 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
French pilot (d. 1934).
American physicist and researcher in super-conductivity, solid-state physics. Bardeen worked at Bell Laboratories, New Jersey. He was part of the team that created the transistor. He was awarded the 1956 Nobel Prize for Physics with American physicists Walter H. Brattain and William Shockley. He shared the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1972 with American physicists Leon N. Cooper, John R. …
French director and composer, best known for his film music. He was married twice and had five children with three different women. He died 25 November 1974.
Swiss journalist, photographer, and traveler. Her father, Alfred was a successful businessman in silk industry. RenA(c), her mother was a prominent hostess and horsewoman as well as a photographer. She began dressing and acting like a boy from an early age. This was a behavior that her parents encouraged and she maintained throughout her life. In fact, she was frequently …
Paris 14?me Military man
Canadian politician (d. 1984)
French pioneer pilot of the 1930s, who set seven world records. She was also known as the "fastest pilot" in the world. She set a speed record for her Cudron Rafall of 444 km/h (276 mph) on 8/11/1933. Boucher was a couturière from the time she started training until her first flight on 7/04/1930. After being captured, Boucher saved six …
United Nations Building).
French priest of Catholic Church. He was ordained in 1933. In 1964, he was consecrated a bishop and named coadjutor to the diocese in Lille. From 1968 to 1983, he was made bishop. He died 28 October 1990.
British senior civil servant.
Montceau les Mines Military man
Indian military officer
German engineer, scientist, and researcher. His publications include topics such as electrotech. Theories, radiometeorology and wave propagation are some of his publications.
Indian general (d. 1975)
Italian entrepreneur, noted family member, and one of two children of Guccio Gucci (founder of the famed fashion empire). Rodolfo, his brother, and the elder Guccio Gucci died in 1953. They took over the company. They had bitter arguments and even fought in the boardroom.
Scottish painter, artist and picture restorer.
United States -- Screenwriter (Ninotchka, Gaslight, Titanic)
Canadian businessman (d. 1991).
German Head of the Nazi Law Department, and Legal Counsel to Hitler. After graduating from law school, he joined the Nazi Party in 1927. He became a member the Nazi Law Department and worked his way up to the top.
German lawyer and theorist (d.54).