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

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2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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

  • Jae Deen is a Canadian rapper known for being one half of the hip-hop duo Deen Squad, which gained fame for their Islamic-themed music and positive messages.

  • Country Singer

  • Cagatay Ulusoy is a Turkish model and actor known for his roles in popular Turkish TV series such as 'Adini Feriha Koydum' and 'Medcezir'.

  • Argentine actor

  • A Scottish student was wounded in the thigh by Thomas Watt Hamilton, who shot and killed 16 people during the Dunblane massacre. The Yorkhill hospital received the five-year-old girl with a broken thigh and she was admitted to intensive care.

1989 - 1980

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


1979 - 1970

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


1969 - 1960

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

  • He was the son of Jacques Chouchayan (Armenian) and Marie-Antoinette Fiori (Corsican). He began singing at an early age. He was fourth in the Eurovision Song Contest ("Mama Corsica") 1993. He was a member of the musical "Notre-Dame de Paris" in the late 1990's, singing "Belle", with Daniel Lavoie et Garou.

  • Australian golfer

  • Pasadena, California -- Infielder (Milwaukee Brewers)

  • Finnish race car driver

  • Canadian ice hockey player

  • He is a French producer and actor, who was also a TV presenter.

  • German athlete who won a gold medal at Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Idem is an Italian citizen through marriage who lives in Sinterno

  • American basketball player and coach

  • American author and businessman

  • Manager and footballer from Wales

  • Screenwriter and producer of Egyptian-Australian films

  • Canadian screenwriter and actress

  • German DR, discus thrower. World record 1988

  • American mother who had her child abducted. Her ex-husband took her two-year old daughter to Canada on the weekend of 12/11/1987. Lindsay was his companion and he fled to Canada. Lindsay was returned on 4/30/1988.

  • John Harbaugh is an American football coach known for his successful tenure as the head coach of the Baltimore Ravens, including leading the team to a Super Bowl victory in 2013.

  • Cherry Hill, New Jersey -- Hurdler

  • Scottish journalist

  • American basketball player who played for three seasons starting in 1982.

  • French yachtsman. He sailed dinghies with optimists, 420s, and sports cats. At 18 years of age, he participated in his first Figaro Solo. He also took part twice in the VendA (c)e Globe as well as in ten Figaro single handed races. Marc Guillemot and he were first in class in the Twostar, a double-handed transatlantic between Newport and Plymouth, …

  • English funk singer (Southern Freeze).

  • Spanish race car driver

1959 - 1950

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

  • Jason Alexander

    American actor in the hit TV series "Seinfeld." Alexander was able to portray George Costanza on the TV series, which is a national hero and even a sex icon. Despite the fact that Costanza was short and pudgy, balding and crabby, this made him a great character. His character's personality included lying to impress women. This is the same way …

  • Elizabeth Peña

    American actress and director (d. 2014.)

  • Italian soccer player who helped Italy win 1982 World Cup. At the age of 15 he was discovered by a scout and signed with Juventus and Como. He played his first match on 11/09/1975. He was a high-scoring goal scorer and was loaned out to Argentina, Spain, Verona, Milan, and back again to Milan throughout his playing career. He had …

  • Chattanooga Tennessee -- Country singer (Forester Sisters-Men).

  • Varese (Italy) -- Miss Italy (1975)/actress (Alcove).

  • American screenwriter and actor as an author

  • Australian cricketer

  • American firefighter (wtc)

  • Public Servant

  • Italian footballer

  • Scottish playwright and poet, she was named Britain's Poet-Laureate in May 2009. She is the first woman to hold this position, the first Scot and the first openly LGBT person.

  • French radio and television host, son to Nicole and Lucien, artists (gallery owner). Berlusconi was also a fan of his talk-shows, such as "Durand la nuit", (During the Night) and his relaxed manner. President FranASSois Mitterrand was a fan of Yves Mourousi as well as himself. Sporty, Guillaume "le ConquA(c),rant" was a top-ranked tennis player. Diane MacMahon is his second …

  • William Shimell
  • Indian cricketer

  • American baseball player

  • American manager and player

  • American family with a notable name, Jacqueline Newman, the son and first wife of Paul Newman, was a skydiving instructor with 500 jumps, as well as a stuntman.

  • French journalist, historian and expert on contemporary geopolitics in the former USSR and the Middle East.

  • Canadian Buddhist Astrologer and co-author of "Buddhist Astrology"

  • American educator and saxophonist

1949 - 1940

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

  • American musician, "The Boss", is a singer, songwriter, guitarist, and leader of "The E Street Band." He is a prolific author of his own material and does marathon shows, where he establishes a strong rapport with his audience.

  • Since 1972, he has been a Canadian-Australian metaphysician as well as an astrologer. He was the co-founder of "Fraternity of Canadian Astrologers" with Stase Mihail and also edited their national journal. He was the International Vice-President for ISAR as well as President of the Ottawa Astrological Society. He was twice awarded by the Canadian Astrological Society, received the Education Award …

  • New Jersey, USA: Rock musician ("Born in America").

  • American author

  • Floella Benjamin

    Baroness Benjamin Trinidadian English actress, politician and academic

  • Jim Mc is a renowned American comedian known for his stand-up performances and television appearances.

  • He was a French writer, economist, and journalist. He was also a shareholder of Charlie Hebdo magazine. During the shooting at Paris's headquarters of the magazine, he was shot to death on January 7, 2015.

  • Canadian screenwriter and producer of director films

  • Bosnian singer-songwriter (Indexi)

  • Russian diplomat and politician Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs

  • American actor and singer. He appeared on "The Donna Reed Show" with her son. After that, he began a singing career.

  • California, USA; actor (Jeff Stone - Donna Reed Show).

  • American drummer (Iron Butterfly).

  • English academic and journalist

  • Iowa, United States -- Astronaut (STS 51, STS 31, STS 46).

  • Scottish-born folk singer and songwriter, who immigrated to Australia in 1969. He was made a Member of Australia on 25 January 1987 for his contributions as a singer-songwriter. As part of its 75th anniversary celebrations, the Australasian Performing Rights Association (APRA) named his song "And the Band played Waltzing Matilda" as one of Australia's Top 30 songs.

  • Julio Iglesias

    Iglesias, a Spanish singer and the master of love songs, is the Guinness world record holder for selling 100 million albums. Five albums per year were released in five languages: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian and French. It is estimated that the music of Julio Iglesias can be heard around the globe every 30 seconds. His debut album in the …

  • Italian writer and author of "Sostiene Tereira", a best-seller. The movie was produced with Marcello Mastroianni. He is an expert in Portuguese literature and edited the Italian editions of the works by Pessoa. He has also written numerous essays. He also translated poetry by de Andrade. He was awarded the French "Medicis Etranger" award in 1987.

  • French judge, president of Court of Cassation since 2005, and as such the highest judge of France.

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  • Indian actress

  • American male prostitute, rape victim, sexual abuse victim, raped by stepfather 2-1954; sexually abused for several yrs; morphine at 17; street prostitute.

  • Businessman

  • Puerto Rican politician and businesswoman 12th Secretary-of-State of Puerto Rico

  • Puerto Rican politician

  • Baron Low of Dalston Scottish politician and scholar

  • English singer-songwriter

  • Italian terrorist. Former leader and founder of the left-wing militant Italian organization, the Red Brigades.

  • Columbus sports Champions

  • Canadian ice hockey coach and player

  • Danish citizen now French, she is a film actress, director and screen writer who spent the majority of her life in France. Jean-Luc Godard is her muse, one of the pioneers in the French New Wave. She collaborated with Godard on notable films such as The Little Soldier (1960), A Woman Is a Woman ( 1961), Vivre sa vie (1962) …

  • Brazilian politician and lawyer 25th Vice President of Brazil

  • American singer-songwriter and banjo player (The Big 3), (d. 2002).

1939 - 1930

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

  • French singer-songwriter, born to a Romanian mother. His first album was composed with his brother Michel. Vassiliu spent a portion of his life in Casamance (a Senegal region) where he recorded his last album in 2003.

  • Canadian translator and author

  • Peruvian politician and lawyer 91st President Peru (d.2006)

  • Jordanian physician, nephrologist

  • Swiss skier

  • Jordanian politician and physician general (d. 2014).

  • Swedish writer (Hour of the Lynx).

  • Crown Prince of Afghanistan

  • Swedish playwright and journalist

  • Crown Prince of Afghanistan

  • Canadian-born American poet, Fredericton, New Brunswick. She was introduced to poetry by her parents at an early age. As a child, she started writing poetry. She published 15 chapbooks and solo books between 1969 and 2015. Her work was also included in over 30 anthologies. Her 1980 book

  • American academic and immunologist (d. 2011).

  • Italian soccer player and coach. Before he began his coaching career, he was a striker at both the professional and international levels.

  • German manager and footballer

  • Italy sport Champion

  • American singer, composer, and pianist. He is a 12-time Grammy nominee. Blind since age six, he assumed he had glaucoma. He was 15 years old when his mother died in 1945. In spite of their inability to see each other's skin colors, he attended school where black and white children were separated. He was able to recall his mother's words, …

  • Colin Blakely

    Bangor, North Ireland -- Actor. (Shattered Equus, King Lear).

  • Georgia, USA; singer/pianist ("Georgia").

  • Pakistani poet and songwriter (d. 1996).

  • American Mormon historian and biographer. He is an emeritus professor of law at Brigham Young University (BYU). He has also written biographies about his father, Spencer W. Kimball and his mother, Camilla Ayring Kimball.

1929 - 1920

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

  • Composer

  • American jazz musician, composer, arranger, and tenor/soprano alto saxophonist. Foster was a member of Count Basie's band from 1953-1964. He took over the band in 1986. He was twice married and had two children.

  • American actor and journalist (d. 1995).

  • Italian soccer player. He represented Italy seven times at international level, including the 1952 Summer Olympics. He won the Italian Championship with Inter twice.

  • American musician, jazz clarinetist, saxophonist, composer, and recording artist. He was a popular performer in the early jazz era. His mastery of syncopation made music that is just as delicious and fresh in the 21st century as it was in the 20th. He was a colleague of Miles Davis and Dizzy Gillespie.

  • American bassist (Kenny Clarke/Francyboland Big Band) (d. 2005).

  • The Etch A Sketch was a French toy manufacturer (d. 2013).

  • French actor who died on 8 October 2014 in Couilly-Pont-aux-Dames (Seine-et-Marne).

  • Eleonora Rossi Drago

    Italian sensual leading lady, Italian sensual leading lady. She is the star of more than 90 films. Her film career began at age 19. She has worked with some of the most respected producers in the world and has shared the screen with many of the finest actors and actresses on film and stage. Rossi Drago was awarded two "Silver …

  • French film critic, director, scriptwriter, and journalist. He started writing TV and movie scripts in the early 1960s. He then began directing films in the 1970s. He made his first feature film in 1973. In 1976, he won an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Picture.

  • Actor (Bullseye. Dark Places. Witchcraft).

  • Cambridge scholar and Chinese historian (Born in 1925).

  • French stage and film actor, and writer, member of the ComA(c)die-FranASSaise until 1972 and professor in RenA(c) Simon course. He was a stage actor in "L'Affrontement", a play he co-produced with Francis Lalanne.

  • Nicaraguan newspaper editor (d. 1978)

  • Estonian cultural functionary

  • Nicaraguan journalist and publisher

  • The Discovery of Neptune is a significant astronomical event that occurred on September 23, 1846, when the planet Neptune was first observed.

  • American 5'2

  • Composer

  • Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, a brilliant scholar and great Halacha arbiter among religious Jews, is widely respected. He is currently the spiritual leader for the Shas party in Israel's parliament. His halakhic responsa, which are highly respected in Orthodox circles, are binding in many Mizrahi congregations. He is considered "the most important living authority on halachic matters."

1919 - 1910

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

  • American Army officer who, with John Parr Snyder & John L. Junkins, developed the Space-oblique Mercator projection between 1973 and 1979. Colvocoresses was first to recognize that such a projection was necessary and mathematically possible. He defined it geometrically in 1974 as a projection that maps images taken from Landsat satellites. This projection was used to create the first US …

  • Italian corrupt politician, who was the Premier of the country five consecutive times starting in 1963 and was also the leader of Christian Democratic party. He was abducted by the Red Brigade terrorist group on 3/16/1978.

  • France Military man

  • France Military man

  • United States Senator from Utah (d.2003)


1909 - 1900

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

  • American pianist (d. 1949).

  • Pauline Réage is best known as the author of the controversial erotic novel 'Story of O', which explores themes of dominance and submission.

  • Biviers Writer

  • French erotic writer, the author of a noted erotica novel, aEUR~aEUR(tm)Histoire daEUR(tm)O,aEUR(tm) published under the pseudonym "Pauline RA(c)age" in June of 1954. she had written the book in retaliation for a remark made by her lover and employer that no female was capable of writing an erotic novel. The book was so popular that the government brought obscenity cases against …

  • An Australian sailor and author of numerous books about sea voyages. He was 15 when he set sail for the first time. His life was devoted to sailing and the recording of his maritime adventures. His works include "Sons of Sinbad", 1940, "Cruise of the Conrad," 37, and his autobiography "The Set of the Sails," 49.

  • Chinese mathematician, educator (Born in 1902)

  • French freemason, author of two books about the history of freemasonry.

  • A prominent figure in the Church of Madagascar's history, this French Catholic bishop was a notable figure. His entire life was dedicated to the Malagasy people's development. At 98 years old, he died in Analamahitsy (Madagascar), on 13 October 2000. He was the dean for the French bishops.

  • British soldiers who served in World War I (d.2009)

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