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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on April 24th

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on April 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on April 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

  • American celebrity, Tea Leoni, 33, and David Duchovny (38), welcomed their daughter with 7 lbs 5 Oz.


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on April 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Son of US actor/actress / Deborah Hunter

  • YouTube Star

  • American pornographic actress, and the Penthouse Pet of the month for June 2012. In her initial days, she was a girl/girl performer. She acted her first scene with Lexi Belle. Ford signed an exclusive performance agreement with Adam & Eve in September 2009. American Made: Alexis Ford was her first film. In it, she performed her first scene of boy/girl …

  • Australian model singer and actress

  • Rock Singer

  • American baseball player

  • American survivor of a homicide plot by her father, Ramon. He was on a drug- and alcohol-fueled rampage. Ramon, a partygoer, returned home at 6:00 AM to discover that his wife was not there. Furious, he cut his three daughters' throats and took them to the dump.

  • Musician


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on April 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • Nigerian actress

  • Korean actress

  • Argentine footballer

  • American homicide. He was 15 years old when he killed his parents and younger sibling with a semiautomatic pistol of.22 caliber that he stole from his grandfolk. First he shot his mother in the head, then he went outside and shot his sister and dad who were waiting in the car for him to drive them to a birthday party.

  • Nigerian singer and actress

  • Derek Luke

    American actor

  • NFL punter (Seattle Seahawks).

  • Hong Kong-English radio host

  • British radio personality

  • Soccer player (Go Ahead Eagles).

  • French musician. He fell in love with Delphine Alzieu, 18 years old, and they started to live together. Slowly, he became obsessed with Islamic fundamentalism and began preaching on campus.

  • in Switzerland; tennis star.

  • Australian cricketer coach, sportscaster

1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on April 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • French singer and recording artist, who has released ten albums.

  • California, USA; rock bassist ("Faith No More")

  • Estonian musician

  • American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Tarnation Faith no More and Frightwig).

  • London, England -- Mrs Bob Geldof (rocker/writer) (Blondes).

  • London, England -- Mrs Bob Geldof (rocker/writer) (Blondes).

1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on April 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Welsh TV personality in the UK, former wife of Bob Geldof, and due to marry Michael Hutchence, father of her fourth child, from the Australian rock band INXS. He died 12/22/1997 in mysterious circumstances. His body was found in a Sydney hotel room.

  • Turkish activist and lawyer

  • Glenn Morshower

    American producer and actor

  • New York, USA; MD/astronaut.

  • English-Canadian football player

  • A Dutch equestrian, he placed 52nd in Individual Jumping. He also placed 13th in Team Jumping. In 1976, he won the Montreal Olympics Team Bronze Medal.

  • French-English drummer (The Cure Thompson Twins, Babacar).

  • English bass player (Bauhaus and Love and Rockets).

  • Hollywood, California -- Playmate (June 1984)

  • British comedian and musician, Captain Sensible is a well-known British comedian. He used to play rock guitar and keyboards, as well as sing with "The Damned." With "Happy Talk", the group reached the top of the UK charts in July 1982.

  • American bass player and songwriter (Night Ranger Rubicon Damn Yankees, Tak Matsumoto Group).

  • English singer-songwriter and guitarist (The Damned and Dead Men Walking)

  • London, England; rocker ("Women and Captains First")

  • French haute couture fashion designer. Pierre Cardin gave him a job as a designer in 1970. His 1976 debut collection and his irreverent style date back to 1981. He is long known as the "enfant terrible" of French fashion. Many of Gaultier’s subsequent collections were based on streetwear, with a focus on popular culture. Others, such as his Haute Couture …

  • French fashion designer

  • American film producer

  • French poet and author. He was awarded the 1993 Prix des Deux Magots by the French author and poet, Le TrA's-Bas. The book was translated into English in 1997 and published under the titles "The Secret of Francis of Assisii: A Meditation" or "The Very Lowly".

  • Taoiseach of Ireland

  • Steven Lisberger
  • Trade union educator

  • Israeli academic and architect

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on April 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • French singer, who established herself as a star in Canada. She was also the ex-wife to musician Stephen Stills. Chris Stills is their son.

  • French singer-songwriter

  • Italian-Sardinian industrialist and owner of many daily newspapers. He claimed that he had paid the ransom for Silvia, the young girl kidnapped in Sardinia by terrorists at the start of 1997. Grauso intervened to rescue the family, despite them being blocked by anti-kidnapping laws. She was released on 11/11/1997 after nine months in prison.

  • Politican and farmer from England

  • American politician involved in the governance of Massachusetts since January 1991, with Governor William Weld as the head. He was appointed Acting Governor by Governor William Weld on 7/29/1997. His 20-year history on Beacon Hill includes stints as a Senator, State Representative, and Lieutenant Governor. Governor. They had an unusual relationship while serving alongside Governor Weld. They governed the state …

  • Author and psychiatrist from Ecuador.

  • American keyboard player and songwriter (AnExchange, Love Song) (d. 2005).

  • California, USA; 4x100 metre relay runner (Olympics-gold-1972).

  • English multi-millionaire.

  • French singer-songwriter. He is most well-known for his participation in the French productions of Hair (1968-1972). In a duet with Ray Charles he wrote the lyrics to the song Precious Things. It was sung by Dee Dee Bridgewater in 1989.

  • Reality Star

  • Canadian activist and lawyer (d. 2013).

  • English architect

  • Belgian journalist for Channel A2 in Belgium. Ockrent was married to Bernard Kouchner and had a son.

  • American singer (The Hues Corporation), (d.2011).

  • American baseball pitcher who played from 1964 to 1977. He was a major player for the Los Angeles Dodgers (1964aEUR'72) and California Angels (1973aEUR'75). His final two seasons were spent with the Texas Rangers (1976), Minnesota Twins (76), and Toronto Blue Jays (1977).

  • American producer and singer

  • Actor in Fantasy Island, shoots himself to death at 50

  • New Jersey, USA; country singer (Oak Ridge Boys - "Elvira").

  • English footballer (d. 2012)

  • Barbra Streisand

    American actress and singer, who rose steadily from 1961 to do TV, records, Broadway and magazine covers. Barbra Streisand was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Arts and Humanities in 1995 by Brandeis University. This is a rare honouree and perhaps the only person to have won Emmy, Tony, Emmy and Grammy as well as Cable Ace and Peabody Awards.

  • American politician

  • Sri Lankan academic and lawyer

  • New York, USA. Singer/actress/award recipient (Funny Girl and "The Way We Were")

  • Voloshin; Russian cosmonaut.

  • American diplomat and journalist, 22nd United States Ambassador at the United Nations (d.2010)

  • French actress, choreographer and dancer; sister to Francine BergA(c).

  • Sky is an Australian-English composer and guitarist (Sky).

  • Scientist

  • Sue Grafton

    American mystery novelist, screenplay writer and TV producer. The popular who-dun it thrillers she wrote, which began in 1982, were named after the letters of alphabet: "A is For Alibi", "B is For Burglar" and "B is for Burglar". They continued on to letter L by 1995. Her alphabetical mystery series, which has been translated into 24 other languages, has …

  • Michael Parks
  • English TV producer and host

  • Actor from Australia (d. 1989).

1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on April 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • American accountant and CEO at Collins Foods International, a food supplier to fast-food chains like Kentucky Fried Chicken. Bermingham holds a BS degree in business and is known for being a highly-motivated executive.

  • American football wide receiver. From 1956aEUR"59, he played college football for Virginia Tech. In 1958 and 1959, Dale was named Second-Team All American.

  • Jill Ireland

    British actress who has been playing lead roles since the 1950s. Her films include "The Mechanic", 1972, "Love and Bullets", 1979, and "The Evil That Men Do," 1984. She was a former professional ballerina. She was married to David McCallum in 1957-1967. She was often seen in movies with Charles Bronson her second husband. They were married in 1968. They …

  • French Police Commissioner, considered "Super-flic", ("super-cop") who was made a prefect.

  • English actor (d. 1999).

  • Venezuelan revolutionary militant and poet. His irreverent verb was one the most bold examples of avant-garde design in Venezuela. He studied law, and obtained a law degree from the University of Salamanca in Spain. Here he published his first poetry. Ovalles' language is street, worker, and proletarian masses of dispossessed. He is sometimes called the master poet of poetic aggression.

  • Shirley MacLaine

    American actress, writer, and dancer. Along with numerous other awards, she has been awarded the Oscar for best actress. She is an overachiever who has a strong desire to succeed. She has made more than 50 films and received five Emmys, five Golden Globes, the Oscar for "Terms of Endearment" 1983. She also won the Cecil B. DeMille award for …

  • Toronto, Ontario -- TV host (Real People)

  • Virginia, USA; actress/mystic (Irma la Douce).

  • Indian journalist and author (d. 2015)

  • American TV critic and newscaster.

  • Patricia Bosworth

    American actress, journalist and writer.

  • American singer-songwriter (Born 1933).

  • English actress (d. 2002).

  • Canadian politician and lawyer who held immense power in the professional hockey world. He started representing hockey players and became a promoter, agent, and finally the executive director of National Hockey League. He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1989 for his efforts to promote and build the sport. He was charged with fraud and theft by …

  • American technical engineer manager and CEO at Hewlett Packard. Hewlett Packard is the largest manufacturer of office and computer products in America. Young graduated from college with a BS in Electrical Engineering and a MBA in Electrical Engineering. He is also an avid fly fisherman.

  • Dutch actor (Pastorale 1943 Havinck, Honneponnetje).

  • Brazilian politician and lawyer 25th President of Brazil

  • Richard Donner

    American producer and director of actor

  • Stockton (California) -- Coxswain (1956-64, 76 Olympics – 2 Gold / Bronze Medals

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  • Brazilian writer, politician and senator. He fought for constitutional reforms that brought the country back into democratic normality. He was Vice President to Tancredo Neves. He became President of Brazil upon the death of Neves.

1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on April 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • Writer / translator

  • Cinematographer

  • Norwegian actress. Her stage debut was in 1947 at Chat Noir revue theatre. She starred in Andrine Og Kjell, her first film, five years later. Vardund was employed at Centralteateret from 1949 to 1958, and at Nationalteatret (the National Theatre) between 1958 and 1993. She toured Japan in 1971 with Nationaltheatret, as Nora in Ibsen's A Doll's House.

  • French biologist and former permanent secretary (1991-192000) of Academy of Sciences (molecular biology section and genomics section), Honorary Professor at CollA"ge de France, and the Institut Pasteur.

  • Italian sprinter (d. 1992)

  • Journalist

  • Canadian ice hockey coach and player (d. 2005).

  • American doctor, government official, or company executive. Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, 17 January 1966 - 1 July 1968.

  • Author and illustrator of American children's books (d.2011)

  • French orientalist and specialist in the history Semitic civilizations.

  • Italian family of distinction, sister to Gianni Agnelli, granddaughter of Giovanni, founder of Fiat and daughter of Edoardo, who was killed in an air accident on 7/15/1935. Agnelli was Mayor of Torino. She was followed by Secretary to Health and Hygiene Commission and then Deputy Representative to Council of Europe. She was elected Member of Parliament in 1983 and, in …

  • American actor (d. 2005).

  • Canadian anthropologist and academic (d. 2014.)

  • Salmon, Idaho -- Actor. (McCloud. Ike. Call to Glory).

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  • Italian race car driver (d. 2011)

  • Germany Actor

  • French writer of Greek heritage. His works of poetry, short stories and novels are just a few of his many literary works. Robert Doisneau (photographer), Jo Privat (accordionist) whose biography he wrote and Tasso Miades (wrestler) were among his friends. On 26 August 1997, he died.

  • French aviator who was a fighter pilot during World War II and served with the Normandie Niemen regiment.

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on April 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • Canadian ice hockey coach and player (Born 1914).

  • American actor (d. 1982).

  • Perth Amboy (New Jersey) -- Actress (Up the Down Staircase).

  • American screenwriter and producer (d. 1977).

  • German military officer, ObersturmbannfA 1/2 hrer (Lieutenant Colonel), in the Waffen SS during World War II. He was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross and Oakleaves. At GA 1/4 Tersloh in Germany, he died on May 25, 1995 at the age of 84.

  • French Catholic priest, bishop of OrlA(c), France, 1963-1978

  • Chicago, Illinois -- Comedian

  • Ithaca, New York -- President US Olympic Committee (1976).

  • Kristinsson composer.


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on April 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • Director of Silesian-German Zoo, Zoologist, Book Author, Editor, and Animal Conservationist in Postwar West-Germany.

  • animator.

  • English psychiatrist author and theorist (d. 1988).

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  • composer.

  • French soldier, member of the French Resistance during World War II. He was awarded the title of Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English : Companion to the Liberation).

  • French prelate, Bishop of Puyen-Velay 1960-1978

  • Maternal aunt and guardian for John Lennon (Born in 1906).

  • American pro-astrologer, who taught and practiced astrology full-time after she retired as a court reporter. At the 1955 Berkeley Convention, she joined AFA. Breska was an active member and left $150,000 of her estate to AFA through her will. On the 8th of January 1966, Breska died. A total of $125,000 was transferred to AFA in monthly installments. This happened …

  • American-Irish soldier, politician (d. 1946).

  • Robert Penn Warren

    American writer (Born in 1905)

  • Némes Writer

  • American long jumper (d. 1999)

  • American poet, novelist, and poet. He was the first Poet-Laureate of the United States. Warren is the author "All the King's Men", 1946. He is also a three-time Pulitzer Prize winner. He retired from Yale in 1973 after teaching at Yale.

  • Dutch-American abstract experimental painter. His use of colors and swirls helped to define abstract expressionism. He was also one of the greatest painters of the 20th century. He was the son of a wine distributor and a barmaid. In 1926, he immigrated to the United States as a stowaway aboard a ship. While working as a commercial artist and house …

  • Icelandic Nobel laureate, author (Born in 1902)

  • French criminal, also known as. "Edmond" was sentenced to death in France and executed.

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