List of celebrities and famous people who were born on October 23rd
Famous birthdays on October 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102011
American-born twins from a Canadian family. Their parents are Celine Dion and RenA(c), Angelil, the famous singer. The fraternal twins, Eddy and Nelson were born five days after their birth. Eddy was Celine's mentor, producer of her first few albums, and Nelson was the first name given to them. Nelson Mandela is Nelson Mandela's name. The first babies of the …
Famous birthdays on October 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002007
Famous birthdays on October 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
American singer and actress
American fashion model, blonde and blue-eyed. She is noted for her height (6 ft 2 inches (1.88 m)).
Japanese Royalty, the first daughter of Prince Akishino and his wife, Princess Kiko, both 25. She is the granddaughter of Emperor Akihionto, 57 and her father is the second in line for the Chrysanthemum throne. Her mother is the second commoner, though from an aristocratic family, to marry into the royal family.
American family of note, Maria Vanderkolk's daughter and first child, was elected as County Supervisor in 6/1990. Her husband Michael is an engineer. She was in breech at birth and was therefore delivered via C-section.
Recording artist and actor from Australia/New Zealand.
Finnish guitarist and singer-songwriter
Scotch child murdered in Dunblane school massacre. Thomas Watt Hamilton shot him and 15 others, then committed suicide. He was killed on March 13, 1996, between 9:32 and 9:35 am.
Famous birthdays on October 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Russian race walker
American baby, who was tragically killed by his father. He was eight weeks premature and delivered post-mortem by C-section.
American basketball player
American baseball player
Irish rugby player
Albanian-American actress and writer
Brazilian-American actress and model
American author and the daughter of John McCain
Japanese actress and model
American singer and actor
Nigerian singer-songwriter (d. 2013)
Estonian basketball player
American basketball player
South Korean singer and actress
Dominican baseball player
Australia -- Gymnast (1996 Olympics)
Famous birthdays on October 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Venezuelan baseball player
American baseball player
American baseball player
Chinese table tennis player
New Zealand-Australian footballer
English sportscaster and cricketer
English cricketer and coach
Australian cricket player
Canadian-American actor, most well-known for his role on the TV sitcom "Two Guys, A Girl, and a Pizza Place."
English model and TV personality
Brantford, Ontario -- 100m / 200m backstroker (1992, 96 Olympics - 27th Place)
American television personality
American singer-songwriter (Jack Off Jill and Scarling.)
Soccer player (FC Twente).
American producer and DJ
New Zealand -- Discus thrower (1996 Olympics).
Indian journalist and author
New Zealand discus thrower
Soccer player (PSV / MVV).
Former pornographic actress
San Francisco 49ers defensive end
French killer of Xavier Flactif (for financial debt) and his family in 2003. Thanks to DNA tests, he was found out. Eric Guirado, nearly ten years later, made a film called "Possessions" about the slaughter "La tuerie du Grand-Bornand".
Linebacker (Washington Redskins)
Portland, Oregon -- Soccer Forward (1996 Olympics).
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
Virgin Islander porn director and actress
American politician and lawyer
A French magistrate is known for instructing the Outreau case in 2004. This was a criminal trial in northern France for various charges of sexual abuse against children.
NFL guard (Philadelphia Eagles)
Italian-Japanese scholar and composer
American diplomat, United States Ambassador to Britain
American model and photographer
American TV Mythbuster
Famous birthdays on October 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Czech director, actress, and producer of Czech films
American football coach and player
California, United States -- Actress. (Wendy-Just the 10 of Us Good & Evil).
Australian illustrator and author
NFL defensive end (Pittsburgh Steelers).
Castries, St. Lucia -- WPVA ("Oly Fest-gold-91)
Mar Del Plata (Argentina) -- Tennis star (1993 Futures).
NFL center (Pittsburgh Steelers).
American singer-songwriter and producer (Melvins Men Of Porn and Altamont).
American actor and illustrator
Peruvian tennis player
CFL defensive tackle (Hamilton Tiger Cats)
Italian race car driver and cyclist
Italian car racer, a pilot in Formula One. He was involved in a racing accident that left him with severe injuries. His legs had to be amputated.
She is a French singer who studied Literature at Sorbonne University as well as theatre at the Cours Florent in Paris. Jay Alanski was her companion, then JipA (c) (Les Innocents) were her songwriters. The song "Natalie Wood" was dedicated to the great American actress.
American professional baseball pitcher. He has been a player for the American League for nine seasons and for the National League for two. The N.Y. Yankees selected him in the second round of their free-agent draft pick. He was born 6/04/1984. He was placed on the disabled list in 1988 and he received rehabilitation in the AAA League before being …
American writer who mainly writes candid memoirs about his childhood in a world of eccentric people and his battle with alcoholism. Burroughs wrote his first novel in 1999. He stopped drinking shortly after writing it. His memoir, "Running With Scissors", was published in 2002. The book was a huge success and became a movie. He doesn't spare any details, no …
Swedish photographer model, later talent manager for models. Camilla was a member of the popular group "Army of Lovers".
World Music Singer
French double bass player and composer, mostly in jazz and improvised music.
American Boston College quarterback, when he completed his miracle pass of more than 10,000 yards. Heisman Trophy winner in 1985 and a five-year contract worth $7.5 million, made him the greatest Canadian Football League player. He was married to Laurie and had one child, Alexa. They had Doug Jr. four years later. He is a beautiful boy with a vocabulary …
London, England -- Actress (Diary Of A Mad Old Man).
South Africa -- Tennis star
Italian / Dutch photographer (vuurtorenpostzegels)
NFL quarterback (Pittsburgh Steelers).
Spanish footballer and sportscaster
French record producer and songwriter, also known as
French actress and model (d. 2008).
American motorcycle racer
Producer and keyboard player from Switzerland-French (Taxi Girl, Y.A.S.
American computer science professor at Carnegie Mellon University. He is well-known for his "Last Lecture" (Born in 1960).
Famous birthdays on October 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American former prosecutor
American screenwriter and producer of actor directors
American comedian, musician, actor, and mimic, with very visual humor. His hilarious and clever takeoffs are hilarious on MTV stars. He was the prince of pop parody. He rewrote hits by Madonna, Michael Jackson and Huey Lewis to put his own spin on them. He released the 1988 album "Even Worse" in which his single "Fat", a parody of Jackson's …
American activist, professor, and author
American activist writer and academic
Rwandan soldier and politician, 6th President of Rwanda
American baseball player. He was a Native American Indian and made his professional baseball debut on 4/03/1984.
American country western singer, recording artist and actor 6 feet tall. His country-western style is similar to his Hillbilly heritage. He tried to sell his style in Nashville to country music producers, but they rejected him as too country. Yoakam discovered his niche in Los Angeles, playing alongside punk bands on Sunset Strip. He released his sixth album and starred …
Japanese actress and comedian
St. Petersburg, Florida -- Tennis star
Cincinnati, Ohio -- Archer (1976-84, 88 Olympics, 2 Gold / Silver Medals).
French father is well-known for raising his two sons alone in the wild from 1998 to 2009, with their twins born in 1990 and 1992. CA(c)dric Kashn (2014) made a movie based on his story called "Wild Life".
French media executive, Clear Channel France CEO.
Director (Ice Storm and Wedding Banquet), Sense & Sensibility
Turkish historian and sociologist
French drummer and percussionist (d.2005)
Swiss clown, clown, director of circus, social worker
American screenwriter and producer of actor directors
American baseball player. He was a left-handed pitcher who played with the Philadelphia Phillies (1979), and Milwaukee Brewers (1980).
Argentine singer-songwriter/keyboard player (Sui Generis SerAo GirA!n, and La MA!quina de Hacer Pa!jaros).
Kosovan politician and academic 2nd President of Kosovo
Colorado, USA; actor (Pasadena Playhouse).
Argentina singer-songwriter, producer, and musician. He has a long history in rock music. He formed successful bands like Sui Generis, SerAo GirA!n and cult status bands like La MA!quina de Hacer PA!jaros and was also a solo musician. His primary instruments are keyboards and piano. Critics consider him to be one of the most important rock musicians in the Spanish …
Dutch guitarist (Around The Corner)
Swedish businessman (d.2012)
Famous birthdays on October 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American poet and journalist
British musician (Motorhead)
English singer and guitarist (Motörhead) (d. 2011)
Acorn Computers was founded by an Austrian-English businessman and Olivetti Research Laboratory.
French entrepreneur, president of Stade FranASSais, the Paris rugby union club. They compete in the Top 14 division of rugby union in France. The club rose from lower competition levels to become one the most successful French rugby clubs of modern times.
Polish footballer (d. 1989).
Hungary -- Javelin thrower (1976 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
Suriname -- Dutch singer/actress (Sesame ST)
American politician and lawyer 12th Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, United States
English archaeologist, academic
American clairvoyant, author, and founder of the Psychic Friends Network. This is the first multi-conglomerate psychic telephone-line service. Georgian is featured in many TV infomercials together with Dionne Warwick.
Danish singer-songwriter/guitarist (Gasolin)
English painter and sculptor
English comedian and singer-songwriter
American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher and played eight games for the Cleveland Indians in September 1970.
Chicago, Illinois -- Actor (Jason Dunlap - Another World
English comedian and singer-songwriter
Czech actor and singer.
French urban planner and architect.
Italian singer, actress, and TV-hostess. She is most well-known for her performances in stage musicals.
American author, best-selling sci-fi thriller writer. Many of his books were made into movies. He was 6'9" tall and a doctor assistant to Dr. Jonas Salk. He had sold more than 300 articles to magazines by the age of 30 and quit medicine when "Andromeda Strain", 1969 became a huge hit.
The Body Shop was founded by an English activist and businesswoman.
Italian notable family, the son Anna Magnani. He was paralysed from childhood and needed assistance with many tasks. He was married once, and he had one son. He later divorced.
He was a Scottish poet, academic, critic. He was Professor of English at St. Andrews University.
Congo, Looker) (dies 2008).
German football manager and player
French novelist, screenwriter and novelist specializing on crime fiction.
1. Transnistria's first President: Engineer and politician from Moldova
French administrator and former social affairs advisor to Nicolas Sarkozy.
Ohio, USA; actor ("Return of the Seven")
Liverpool, England -- Rock drummer (Gerry & The Pacemakers).
American film producer, Andy Warhol'superstar' and art collector
Famous birthdays on October 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
He is a Scottish folk singer, composer and guitarist. His debut album was released in 1956. He was the artistic director of the Edinburgh International Folk Festival from 1988 to 1992 and formed a partnership with Barbara Dickson for some of her earlier recordings.
Sri Lankan politician and lawyer 1st Chief Minister for the Northern Province
US soul singer/songwriter (Mockingbird).
American politician and heir of the Heinz food products company. Heinz was a Pittsburgh native and a member of the Heinz family. He left business to pursue a career in politics in Washington DC. Heinz was elected to the Senate in 1982 and 1988. Heinz, a businessman by nature, wanted the federal government's organization to be an example of a …
Manager and player from Scotland
Ohio, USA; actor (Secrets of Midland Heights).
Indian actor producer and director (d. 2014).
Brazilian military became guerrilla leader (Born in 1937).
American screenwriter and producer of director films
English academic and economist
Puerto Rican golfer
Scottish actor and director of theater.
Puerto Rican-American golfer
Since August 2010, the Bishop Emeritus Saint-Brieuc, a French Catholic bishop, has been
American baseball player. Left-handed pitcher for the Chicago White Sox and Cleveland Indians in 1959 and 1960.
Israeli painter and sculptor. His works include sculpture, painting and sketching as well as stage design and graphics. He was awarded the Israel Prize in 2004.
American singer-songwriter and pianist
Russian playwright and novelist (d. 2012).
Actress (Rich Man Poor Man 2:
British actress, with a large breast and who was often a good-time girl. Her career began with British B movies, and she also played minor roles in West End theatre. She was able to make headlines with her talent. She was a platinum blonde who posed for sexy cheesecake photos until Hollywood discovered her and brought her to the States. …
Swindon, England -- Actress. (Berserk! Steaming).
Ronald Reagan's close friend and American attorney. Reagan appointed him to seven government positions over the course of a number of years. After earning his law degree in 1958, he went into private practice before joining Governor Reagan's staff. Clark was known as "the judge" because of his patience and caution.
Perfect game against New York Mets 1965), US Senator.
French actor, screenwriter and film director. He was a boyish-looking actor. He was the leading character in two classics by Claude Chabrol, "Le Beau Serge" 1958 and "Les Cousins" 1959. After a brief hiatus during WW II, Blain resumed his career as an additional and gained notoriety in the 50's. Blain began his career as a director in the 70's. …
Paris, France -- Actor Hatari
Japanese voice actor (d. 2015)
Famous birthdays on October 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Bangladeshi journalist and poet (d. 2006).
American exotic dancer and stripper, known for being "the biggest in town." With her 41-26-38 measurements she was able to build up stage and film credits, including a 1958 stage play and a 1959 Vegas club act.
Sosnowiec (Poland) -- Actress (Racers).
American movie director (d. 1985)
He was an American beatnik poet.
Polish philosopher (Conversations With the Devil).
American electrical engineer, CEO of W.W. Grainger chain store that sells everything from pipe fittings to power tools. Grainger, who specializes in business administration after completing a BS degree in electrical engineering before joining the family-owned business.
American CEO of Hilton Hotels. A family-owned, well-respected hotel chain, Hilton Hotels is owned and operated by the Hilton family. Hilton had no formal education and he followed his family's path to hotel management and executive roles.
France sport Champion
American lawyer and CEO of Equitable Resources. Equitable Resources is a natural gas company that improves the use of natural gases in cars. Moritz holds a BS and LLB degrees in Business. He enjoys solving crossword puzzles as a hobby.
US sculptor (Roxy)
Polish philosopher (d.2009)
Hungarian waterpolo player and coach (d.2013)
American composer and saxophonist (d. 1977).
Polish-English philosopher and historian (d. 2009).
American merchandise marketer and CEO at Kellogg's, an international food manufacturing conglomerate. LaMothe holds a 1950 Fordham Univ. BA degree. LaMothe has put off his retirement plans and is now scrambling for market regain that General Mills lost. To revamp his company, he will lay off 5% of the clerical staff and sell the corporate jet.
American television personality, who was reportedly the host of The Tonight Show from October 1, 1962 to a salary of $100,000 per year. He retired on May 22, 1992 with a salary of $25 million per annum. He bought 17% of NBC’s earnings in 1979, which protected his billionaire status. He was a household name for millions with his inventive, …
Italialn screenwriter, film director, and actor
Iowa, USA. Comedian (The Tonight Show. Who Do You Trust? ) (died 2005).
English journalist (d. 2015)
American composer, writer, and teacher of music. Rorem was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship 1951, two Guggenheim fellowships and a Grammy. He also received the ASCAP-Deems Taylor Award 1971 and the Pulitzer Prize 1976 for "Air Music".
Indian-Pakistani scholar and linguist
American attorney, government appointee. He was an assistant attorney general under John Mitchell during the Nixon administration. Mardian was admitted to the bar in 1949. He then entered private practice for twenty years, until he passed his Washington DC bar exam. He was appointed to cabinet posts from 1969 until he went back to private practice in 2002.
Russian putschists tried to force the Communist Party of Germany to take power. This would have resulted in a union
St Cyr l'Ecole physician
French jazz composer, pianist, and teacher. He was known by the nickname "Le Most" for his ability to play the piano.
American actress. She has appeared in films since 1944, mostly in small roles. In 1965, she was part of the cast of "Days of Our Lives", a TV soap opera.
Baroness Trumpington English politician
War hero / test pilot
French ex-test pilot for Concorde, graduated from the prestigious Ecole Polytechnique.
Dutch cabaret singer (Dorus) dies at the age of 50.
American politician. He was a high school dropout and joined the police force in 1943. He rose through the ranks to become Police Commissioner. He resigned in 1977 to run for Philadelphia mayor. Wilson Goode defeated him in 1987. From 11/09/1988 to 08/15/1990, he hosted a radio talkshow.
American cartoonist, creator of the syndicated comic strip "Archie", since 1942.
Netherlands sport Champion
Japanese-American meteorologist, academic (d. 1998)
Famous birthdays on October 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Professor at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greek archeologist (Born 1919).
American actress (d.2008)
American academic and architect designed the Lippo Centre (d. 1997).
American singer and actress (d. 2002).
American actor who has been seen in film, television and theater. Perhaps his most well-known role is that of Dr. Paul Lochner, the superior in the hospital drama Medical Center. His four children Tim (James Timothy) and Tyne ("Ellen Tyne") were both born in 1956. Kathryne Dora Brown is Tyne's daughter and actor Georg Stanford Brown. James Daly, who was …
American surgeon and pioneer in cardiac surgical. He was a pioneer in cardiac surgery and ran a mobile medical unit during WWII. He worked in 1958 with Medtronic, a medical devices company, to develop a battery-powered pacemaker. He published research on heart defect management, surgical procedures, and cardiac patient management. He is married to his wife, and they have four …
Kalispell, Montana -- Actor Corey-Lassie Stagecoach West
Italian painter and major contemporary artist. Fiume, who was educated at the Institute of Art, Urbino in 1932, moved to Milan to pursue a career as a painter. Fiume has participated in numerous one-man and collective shows around the globe, including Milan, Florence Turin, Paris Turin, London, San Francisco and San Francisco. He painted murals on the Time and Life …
NFL / AAFC tackle (Brooklyn New York Yankees).
Vichy Military man
Norwegian writer, journalist, and literary critic. Knut Eidem, his brother, was a journalist and writer. He was active in the political movement Mot Dag ('Towards Day") during the 1930s.
Marseille Military man
American songwriter (Born 1936).
French fighter pilot during World War II. He was awarded the title of 'Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English, Companion to the Liberation).
Brooklyn, New York -- Actor. (Dr Bellows - I Dream of Jeannie).
Danish painter and educator
Famous birthdays on October 23rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
American methodologist and linguist (d. 1992).
Russian Nobel Prize winner in Physics and Academics (d. 1990).
Czech shot putter (d. 1990)
American gold medalist and athlete; first woman to swim the English Channel. She broke the record for the fastest man's time by one hour, fifty-nine and a half minutes. This amazing feat was achieved at 19 years old. She began her swim at 7:09 am from Cape Gris-Nez, France, and ended at Calais, England. She completed the 35-mile swim from …
Swiss-American physicist, who studied in Zurich & Leipzig but fled Germany in 1933. He was a Stanford University professor from 1934 to 1935, which enabled him to become an American naturalized citizen. His main contributions were to the physics and magnetism of solids. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1952.
Chinese politician and lawyer President of the Republic of China (d.93)
American swimmer (d. 2003).
American golf's most renowned instructor/author, who dies at the age of 90 (born 1904).
Pioneer jazz drummer
Austrian engineer (d. 1982)
Hungarian / US musicologist
Nostang Military man
Indian-English cricketer and lawyer (d.58)