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

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2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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

  • American singer-songwriter and actress. She was a popular teen idol after the success of Hannah Montana, a Disney Channel sitcom where she played the role of Miley/Hannah Montana.

  • Hockey Player

  • Pop Singer

  • Vine Star


1989 - 1980

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


1979 - 1970

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

  • French heptathlete is the first IAAF-recognised world record holder for women's decathlon.

  • Italian singer, who was very popular for his participation in Festival of Sanremo 1987.

  • American rapper

  • NFL Guard (Seattle Seahawks).

  • French harness racing champion, who won his 500th race at the 2014 Paris Olympics.

  • American basketball player, forward

  • American basketball player.

  • American football player and a center for Detroit Lions. After being selected in the seventh round, Pyne was signed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. On 12/17/1996, he broke his leg playing for the Bucs. The injury kept him out of play for the rest of the season. Pyne signed with the Lions just two weeks after sustaining his injury to …

  • Indian singer and actor


1969 - 1960

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

  • Italian newsfigure, Luciano Pavarotti's romance. After 35 years of marriage, he made public his affair with 26-year-old Nicoletta, his secretary, in 1996 after separating from Adua. Mantovani and he had first met when Mantovani was a temp secretary for his eight-member staff to organize his international tours. She was able to communicate fluently in four languages, which made her a …

  • Robin Padilla
  • German footballer

  • Vincent Cassel

    His father Jean-Pierre Cassel, a well-known actor from France and a member of prestigious family, is Vincent Cassel. Vincent was 17 when he entered circus school. However, his experience at traveling carnivals did not satisfy. He made his film debut in 1991 with Les Cles du Paradis ("Keys of Paradise") His career took off with the 1995 release of the …

  • Michelle Gomez
  • Scottish sportscaster and footballer

  • Venezuelan politician and leader of a union in Venezuela

  • British musician and guitarist of Johnny Hates Jazz. This band was a short-lived pop group that had four UK hits between April 1987 and March 1988. It also released a best-selling album, which reached No.1 on the charts on 1/23/1988. Hayes was the son of Mickie Most, a successful entrepreneur, and was badly hurt in a car accident with Mickie's …

  • Calgary, Alberta -- Basketball Forward (1996 Olympics).

  • American singer-songwriter/producer (Avian Balance Of Power Shining Star Star and Empire).


1959 - 1950

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

  • The Australian Champion Olympic swimmer was the first to hold the freestyle world record for 100m to 1500m and the only swimmer to have won three Olympic Gold Medals in the world record time. Shane Gould was a trailblazer in sporting history. She broke eleven world records and won five Olympic medals at Munich in 1972. Her remarkable career lasted …

  • French homicide. He murdered his parents with the help his wife and stole their money.

  • USA; actor (Joey Martin-All My Children).

  • American jazz pianist and musician. Hornsby grew up in a home filled with music. His father was a saxophonist in a band, while his brother Bobby played in a band. They formed their own band, which played through high school and after. The Univ. of Miami taught him music. He also attended the Berkley School of Music, Boston. He and …

  • English motorsport engineer, F1 team owner

  • English clarinet player, saxophonist

  • French jazz composer and guitarist.

  • Baseball player

  • French singer, guitarist, and sing-writer. He was born to a worker from Italy, and a cashier. Bob Dylan inspired him to specialize in country and folk music. Shakira, a Columbian singer, covered Bob Dylan's hit song "Je l’aime A mourir" in 2012.

  • American restaurateur and chef

  • Dutch trombonist composer and leader

  • American politician and US senator from New York. He was first elected to the US Senate as a New Yorker in 1998. He was re-elected in 2004. He is often the media spokesperson for Democratic Party, having held seats on many prestigious Senate committees. Schumer was an American Representative for 24 years before he was elected to the Senate. He …

  • Rocker (Snuff)

  • Cuban-born American academic and author

  • Indian indologist author, academic

  • Activist

1949 - 1940

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

  • American musician. Amy, a cello student since age seven, was accepted into Meremblum Youth Symphony in 2013. She was already playing bass guitar in rock bands and at Hollywood recording studio sessions by the age of 25. In her 20's she took up electric bass and studied with jazz legends Eugene 'the Senator Wright (of Dave Brubeck), Jamie Faunt and …

  • Public Servant

  • English singer (Brotherhood of Man).

  • French television presenter and host, born to a Polish jewish mother. He is well-known for presenting the French version "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" In the 2000's, "SacrA (c)e)e SoirA (c)e" in both the 80's and 90's. "I am an actor, get out of here" (2006). "The Farm" (2008) with Christophe Dechavanne.

  • English homicide: A former cop and government worker who killed and dismembered 15 young men from 1978 to 1983. On 12/30/1978, he killed his first victim. He strangled and drowned him. He masturbated for a week over the body of his victim, a characteristic that would continue for 14 more murders. He also dismembered the victims and placed their remains …

  • American sculptor

  • English race car driver (d. 2002)

  • Israeli producer, director, actor, screenwriter, and screenwriter.

  • An English-Canadian singer/songwriter and radio host

  • James Toback

    American screenwriter and actor

  • American screenwriter and producer Hungarian-born

  • German-French director and photographer

  • American football manager, the son and great-grandson of Carroll Rosenbloom (owner of the Baltimore Colts and, in 1972, the Los Angeles Rams), He was raised with football and was trained as a manager from the age of 12. His dad died in a drowning accident on February 4, 1979. He was then fired by the Rams. Georgia, his stepmother, took …

  • Dutch journalist (Parool NRC).

  • Franco Nero

    Italian leading man in international film, whose films include "Camelot", 1967, "The Virgin and the Gypsy," 1970 and"Pope Joan," 1972.

  • Manager and English footballer

  • Cuba -- Baseball pitcher (Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees).

1939 - 1930

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

  • American singer and pianist (Born in 1939).

  • Potawatomi potter

  • Since 1997, he is a French Catholic priest and bishop of Blois. He is a descendant of a French aristocratic line. His ancestors were ambassadors from France to the Sublime Porte during the sixteenth century.

  • French founder of many associations, primarily defending public transport users and poltician. Jean-Luc is his father. Alperi-Cabinski, his father, is from Hungary. He translated the Leon TolstoA- books into french. He speaks himself six languages. He was a candidate for French President in 1981 as "A(c]cologiste ndA[c]pendant".

  • American entertainer. She was Mickey Rooney's eighth wife, and she wed him 7/28/1978. In his one-man show, she sings and does comedy.

  • English archbishop

  • Munich, Germany -- Actor (Hedes. Mix Wix. Wohin).

  • British politician, Member of Parliament who was elected at the General Elections on 6/11/1987.

  • Finnish singer and actor (d. 2006).

  • German heavyweight boxer. From 1964 to 1968, he was the European Heavyweight Champion (retained the Title six times). In September 1966, Mildenberger faced Muhammad Ali to win the World Heavyweight Title. Mildenberger was a left-hander who frustrated Ali for much of the fight. However, the referee stopped it at 1:28 in the 12th round after Ali had thrown a series …

  • Norwegian pilot and Norway's first female pilot in air transport. She started her education as a book designer. After completing her pilot's training, she was employed by Scandinavian Airlines System and became the first female pilot of a major western airline. Viggo WiderA.e, her father, was an aviator.

  • English lawyer and businessman

  • Polish composer and conductor

  • American banker, administrator, and CEO of First Wachovia. Medlin is a careful and disciplined executive with a BS degree in Business Administration. Medlin enjoys spending time at the beach, playing tennis, and reading a lot of business books.

  • Poland; composer (Hiroshima Threnody).

  • United States -- Figure skater (1956 Olympics - Gold Medalist)

  • Iranian activist and sociologist (d. 1977).

  • French investment banker, and former Chairman of New York City's Lazard FrA"res. David-Weill currently serves as a director at Groupe Danone (one of the largest food-products companies in the world).

  • Italian ecclesiastic, a Roman Catholic Cardinal. Martino was ordained to the priesthood in 1957. He speaks five languages and is a member of the Vatican Diplomatic Corps. In 2003, he was made Cardinal.

  • Michael Knight

    British leader (NATO), Air chief marshall

  • Kunie Tanaka

    Japanese actor

  • Italy sport Champion

  • USSR -- 500m / 1500m speed skater (1956, 60 Olympics - Gold Medalist)

  • American singer

  • American CEO and executive of Hannaford Brothers, an American food retailer. Moody studied Economics and was a specialist in finance, accounting and merchandise marketing in college.

  • American politician. He was a former Senator from Tennessee and lost his bid for re-election in 1976. However, he won the Republican National Chairperson in a five-way race on 1/14/1978. He is considered a conservative and a supporter of Reagan in 1976.

  • Indian actress and singer (d. 1972).

  • American manager and player

  • Brock; American politician (Senator-Democrat-)/US Secretary of Labor (1985-87).

1929 - 1920

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

  • American singer (d. 2013)

  • American author and evangelist

  • French Roman Catholic bishop. Lagrange, who was ordained to priesthood on 29 juin 1955, was appointed bishop of Roman Catholic Diocese in Gap on 11 juillet 1988. He was ordained bishop on the 18th September 1988. Lagrange resigned in November 2003. He died 11 December 2014.

  • French priest ordained by a Roman Catholic priest. He initiated the integration of the Parisian parish for the congregation of Picpus monks. He was mysteriously shot to death at the Sacristy of St. Gabriel in Paris on the morning of October 10, 1995, 7:35 AM MET.

  • New Haven, Connecticut -- Broadway composer ("Fiddler on the Roof")

  • French screenwriter, actor and film director.

  • American singer and actress

  • American publisher of Los Angeles Times, who succeeded his father in April 1960. He was the son Norman Chandler and Dorothy Chandler. They were newspaper family scions for six generations. The paper was purchased by General Harrison Gray Otis for $6,000. Otis Chandler took over as publisher on the 4/11/1960. His mother was a tireless fund-raiser and civic leader. Her …

  • Prelate and Cardinal of Italy

  • Irish-English journalist and author (d.2013)

  • Indian guru, spiritual figure (Born 1926)

  • American singer and dancer who appeared on The Lawrence Welk Show in its early years.

  • British poet/stage writer (Trials).

  • California, USA; actor.

  • Indian traditional healer, known for his extraordinary physical manifestations. He claimed to be the Avatar (the incarnation of God) on Earth. People suffering from various illnesses, including strokes and heart attacks, were healed by him. Sai Baba shared his message about how he had incarnated to alleviate suffering and elevate people to a higher state of being. His ability to …

  • Spanish diplomat, economist and politician. He was a professor at top universities and a recipient of the highest honors in school. He was Secretary of the Embassy from 1958 to 1964. In 1962, he was also the Advisor to the Embassy, Minister of Tourism, and a member of the London Embassy. He became a mediator in 1987 and was the …

  • Spanish politician, 3rd President of Xunta Galicia (d.2012)

  • Vietnam soldier and politician, 6th Prime Minister of Vietnam (d.2008).

  • Belgian actress who died in Brussels on July 6, 2015 at the age of 92.

  • Translator and poet in Romanian-French (d. 1970).

  • French designer, who used pen and ink most of the time but also in printmaking and painting. His art was based on metaphysical themes like chance, time and space.

  • Dutch Organist / pianist / composer (Te Deum Laudamus)

  • American painter

  • (Rep-R-Ohio, 1967- )

1919 - 1910

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

  • France Actor

  • Aleghany's CEO and American executive. Kirby, who has been a CEO since 1990, has over 23 years of experience. Kirby also holds an AB degree. Kirby enjoys fox hunting, and the Adironback Mountains.

  • English philosopher

  • French actor also known as Jacques Ary.

  • Baseball player

  • Italian businesswoman who founded a Milan empire. Her title was "the Queen of Money". She founded Postal Market in 1958. This mail-order business introduced a new channel of distribution to Italy.

  • American trombone player who toured the globe with Louis Armstrong's All-Stars 1965-1968.

1909 - 1900

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

  • A prolific writer and historian from Scotland. He wrote history and architectural books about castles as well as historical novels that deeply cover the history of Scotland for many centuries.

  • American official, engineer, and statistician. Krug was Secretary to the State under President Truman, and Chairman of the War Production Board 1944-1945.

  • Shaw Brothers Studio and TVB were founded by a Chinese-Hong Kong businessman, philanthropist, and philanthropist (d. 2014).

  • Swedish neurosurgeon and physician (d. 1986).

  • American professional astrologer. In 11/1954, she joined AFA and was the first to pass the PMAFA exam. Johnson was a Corresponding Secretary for the AFA and a member and past Secretary to Educational Astrologer. She also taught progressions at First Temple during the 1960s.

  • French politician who was deputy (1946-1958), and senator (1959-1983), in the French parliament. Congnac, 31 October 1988: He was killed.

  • Sri Lankan civil servant (d. 1979)

  • Mexican poet and doctor. He was also the doctor for President Lazaro Cardenas (also Michoacan), and was secretary Ruben's younger brother, Agustin LEA+-ero. In 1930, he was the director of Civil Hospital of Morelia Miguel Silva. Fidel Velazquez, the Mexican dairy leader, was not impressed by his eagerness to control the production, transport, storage, and sale of milk. He was …

  • Astrologer from Australia, author of a monthly series in AA magazine.

  • American Office of Strategic Services Officer and founder of the US Army Special Forces. (Born 1902).

  • Actor (Adventures Of Tom Sawyer, 1st Lady Jigsaw), is killed at 79

  • American socialite, and thoroughbred racehorse breeder/owner who was a member the wealthy Vanderbilt families.

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