List of celebrities and famous people who were born on January 24th
Famous birthdays on January 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102012
Danish princess, styled Countess of Monpezat. She is the fourth and youngest child and only daughter of Prince Joachim, and the second child of his second wife, Princess Marie of Denmark.
Famous birthdays on January 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002004
Famous birthdays on January 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901998
Dustyn Carpenter is a former Vine star known for his comedic content and collaborations with other popular Viners.
Dallas Goyo is a Canadian actor known for his roles in the films Real Steel and Thor. He gained fame as a child actor and has continued to work in the entertainment industry.
South Korean singer/dancer (B.A.P).
Howard Stern's daughter
Japanese guitarist and singer-songwriter
Famous birthdays on January 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
South Korean footballer
Chinese shot putter
English actor/singer (S Club 8 and S Club Juniors, I Dream).
English singer-songwriter and actress (Sugababes).
Luis Suárez is a Uruguayan footballer known for his prolific goal-scoring ability and controversial on-field behavior.
Ruth Bradley is an Irish actress known for her roles in the TV series 'Love/Hate' and the film 'Grabbers'.
British-born American actress.
Ricky Ullman is an American actor best known for his role as Phil Diffy in the Disney Channel series Phil of the Future.
Jethro Sheeran, also known as Alonestar, is a British rapper known for his collaborations with various artists and his own solo work.
Aimee Carter is a writer known for her young adult fiction series, including The Goddess Test and The Blackcoat Rebellion.
Israeli-born American actor.
Justin Baldoni is an American actor best known for his role as Rafael Solano on the TV show Jane the Virgin.
Emerse Faé is a former professional footballer known for playing as a midfielder for various clubs and the Ivory Coast national team.
Polish drummer (Decapitated). (d. 2007).
American baseball player
She was a French-Swiss skier and won the Freeride world Tour 2011. She was one of the candidates for the 2015 TV adventure game "Dropped" (Argentina) on TF1 (Argentina). She was not in the helicopter crash, but eyewitness, like Sylvain Wiltord and Philippe Candeloro.
Polish drummer (Decapitated & Dies Irae). (d. 2007).
American Formula One driver.
American singer-songwriter and pianist
Craig Horner is an Australian TV actor known for his role as Richard Cypher in the TV series Legend of the Seeker.
American singer/songwriter. The San Francisco Chronicle describes Canty's voice as "casually devastating" and NPR calls her music "a gritty side mixed with aching ballads".
Riya Sen is an Indian actress known for her work in Bollywood films and for being part of the famous Sen family in the Indian film industry.
Carrie Coon is an American actress known for her roles in the TV series The Leftovers and the film Gone Girl.
American baseball player
German ice hockey player
American actor and dancer.
Brazilian acoustic guitar player, who is renowned for his classical and popular music. Costa is a pro at jazz improvisation despite his youth. While he is always wearing a Southern "bombacha", (gauchos' riding pants), and has long hair, quiet style, and boots, he can also play with his musical Muse. As the musical revelation of 2001, he was awarded a …
American football player and sportscaster
American actress and model
English rower and cyclist
Famous birthdays on January 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Tatyana Ali is an American singer and actress best known for her role as Ashley Banks on the TV show The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
American tightrope walker and acrobat
New York actress (Sesame street, Fresh Prince of Bel Air).
Canadian ice hockey player
French police shot a radical Islamist in Strasbourg on 6 October 2012.
American missing person, age nine. Trina Rodriguez and her friend went two blocks together on their scooters to Hayward corner for a soda. Her scooter was found next to a young white male's car when they got out of the store. Michaela tried to retrieve it, but he grabbed her and threw her in the back seat. Trina described the …
Kristen Schaal is a comedian and actress known for her roles in TV shows like 'Flight of the Conchords' and 'Bob's Burgers'.
American athlete. He was a minor-league baseball player for the Cleveland Indians. He joined the military in May 2002 with his brother Pat. He was in the same unit with his brother. He and his brother Pat received the Arthur Ashe Courage Award in 2003.
Swiss-Italian TV hostess, actress and model, as well as singer.
Japanese singer and guitarist (Asian Kung-Fu Generation)
Czechoslovakia; tennis star (1995 Futures-Vaihingen-Germany).
Estonian-American producer and actor
Miss Universe France 1996
Victor Kraatz, a Canadian figure skater, is the partner.
Roman Emperor, 117-138. He rebuilt the Pantheon, and built the Temple of Venus, and Roma. He is also well-known for his construction of Hadrian's Wall. This wall marked the northern boundary of Roman Britain. Some considered Hadrian a humanist, and he was also philhellene in many of his tastes. Although he is considered one of the Five Good Emperors by …
Ontario, Canada; ice dancing (Bourne & Kraatz - 1995 World Champions-4th).
Costa Rican footballer
English screenwriter and actress
Costa Rican manager and footballer
Miss Virginia-USA (1996).
Ed Helms is an American actor, comedian, and singer known for his role as Andy Bernard in the television series The Office and as Stu Price in The Hangover film series.
Cyril Despres is a French motorcycle racer known for his success in the Dakar Rally, having won the event multiple times.
Miss New Mexico-USA (1996)
Running back (Carolina Panthers).
American kidnapped child. He was 10 years old when he was kidnapped in San Francisco, CA. To help other parents who have had their children stolen, Kevin Collins Foundation was started by his parents. They distributed flyers and organized searches. Kevin was never found.
Alberta, Canada; ice pairs (1994 Skate Canada).
Australian singer and actress
Hockey forward (Team France 1998).
New York, USA. NHL right wing (Olympics-1994 New York Rangers).
QuTbec (Canada); kayaker (Olympics 1996).
New York, USA. NHL right wing (Olympics-1994 New York Rangers).
Belgian Judo athlete and European Champion in May 1996. He won the Gold Medal in the Under-72kg class at the Atlanta Olympics on 7/21/1996.
Beth Hart is an American singer-songwriter known for her powerful blues rock voice and emotional performances.
Japanese composer and bass player
Allison Dubois is an American author and medium known for her work in psychic research and for inspiring the TV show 'Medium'.
American medium and criminal profiler whose work was the foundation for "The Medium," a 2005 television show. The first broadcast of the show, with Patricia Arquette playing DuBois as its star, was in the United States on January 3, 2005. Kelsey Grammer was a psychic who had seen DuBois on a reality TV show and became an executive producer of …
quarterback (Minnesota Vikings).
Polish-English politician and accountant
WLAF linebacker (Frankfurt Galaxy).
Canadian Football League defensive back (Winnipeg Blue Bombers).
Pennsylvania, USA; volleyball setter. (Olympics 1996).
Kenya Moore is a TV actress known for her role in the reality TV show The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
WLAF / NFL cornerback (Amsterdam Admirals, Dallas Cowboys)
American baseball pitcher (Boston Red Sox).
NFL guard / center (Philadelphia Eagles)
California, USA; actress ("Olivia-Knots Landing").
Matthew Lillard is an American actor known for his roles in movies such as Scream and Scooby-Doo.
Zimbabwean-South African cricketer
Hockey defenseman (Team Italy 1998).
Famous birthdays on January 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Actress (Teri Spencer-Models Inc) / model (Elite)
Australian javelin thrower (1992 & 96 Olympics - Silver Medalist).
Mary Lou Retton is a retired American gymnast who became the first American woman to win the all-around gold medal at the 1984 Olympics.
German singer-songwriter (Helloween Unionic Place Vendome, Kiske/Somerville).
West Virginia, USA: Gymnast (Olympics gold/2 silver/2 bronze-1984).
California, USA; cyclist (Olympics 1996).
English journalist and economist
French composer and DJ. He joined the French rap group Alliance Ethnik in the 1990s. He is currently a member of Birdy Nam Nam, a DJs group.
American bass player and songwriter (Dream Theater Platypus, The Jelly Jam and Explorers Club).
American comedian, actor, and voice actor
California, USA; 10km runner.
Kuya Kim, a Filipino TV host, actor, voice actor, and weather anchor is also known as Kuya. He is currently the resident weather anchor for ABS-CBN's TV Patrol segment, "Weather-Weather Lang".
Karine Viard is a French actress known for her versatile performances in French cinema.
Julie Dreyfus is a French actress known for her roles in Quentin Tarantino films, including Kill Bill and Inglourious Basterds.
Nova Scotia, Canada; rower (Olympics 1996).
English-Irish comedian actor producer and screenwriter
California, USA; golfer (1994 Standard Register PING-13th).
Brazilian-American screenwriter and producer of actor
American screenwriter, director, producer, screenwriter and actor. He is also a musician, chessmaster, and astrologer. Michael Tierney is the nephew and son of actor Lawrence Tierney, and actor Edward Tierney.
American professional wrestler (d.2007)
Manager and footballer from Greece
British Columbia, Canada; star yachter (Olympics-1996).
She was a French alpine skier and was a gold medalist in the giant Slalom (World championships Morioka, 1993). Robert Merle was her great uncle.
South Africa; Nike golfer (1993 Hawkeye-37th).
Connecticut, USA; pitcher (Cincinnati Reds).
Anni Frank was 12 years old when she first encountered astrology. Her father had a book written by Derek and Julia Parker. At the age of 17, she learned how to calculate horoscops. Astrology has been her second life ever since. From 1986, she received a diploma in astrology from Lars Steen Larsen. She became interested in Hora Astrology in …
After dropping out of highschool, he became a professional magician in 1979. He began performing regularly at Hollywood's Magic Castle in 1985. He is a great performer in close-up rooms, performing amazing card tricks and sleight of hand while entertaining his audience with hilarious banter.
Muriel Moreno is a French television presenter and journalist known for her work on various French television programs.
English field hockey player
American actor, brother to noted author Dennis Lehane. Gerald studied at the Trinity Repertory Company, Providence, before moving to New York City in 1990. He joined the Invisible City Theatre Company.
Greek basketball player
Italian award-winning documentary director, considered one of the most talented documentary-women-director of her generation. Her long career was as an actress in film, with a focus on action movies. She is most well-known in France for her role as Chateauvallon's "feuilleton", a popular TV show. Since 1993, she split her career between France & Italy. She is the mother of …
German actress, well-known family member, the 1981 Golden Globe Award winner for her role as the star in "Tess of the D'Urbervilles" was won by her. Richard Avedon's 1982 photograph of her, "Woman with Snake", became the No. The poster that was the #1 selling in America was Richard Avedon's 1982 photograph of her called "Woman with Snake". Other films …
German manager and footballer
American wrestle manager and journalist
Stoyanov, cosmonaut in Bulgaria
American television news correspondent
Singaporean filmmaker & actor
Hungarian educator and author
Canadian-American ice hockey coach and player (d. 2015).
Famous birthdays on January 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Japanese actor and mixed martial artist, Japanese wrestler
An English comedian, actor, comedian and television presenter, best known for his double act (Vic and Bob) with Bob Mortimer. His surreal, non-sequitur sense of humor is what made him famous.
English singer-songwriter and pianist (Squeeze and Jools Hols Holland's Rhythm and Blues Orchestra).
American baseball coach and player
In East Germany, the world champion in biathlon.
Canadian actor, producer and filmmaker. His films include "Smoked Lizard Lips", "Archangel", and "The Republic of Love" (both 1991).
American police officer who was killed in an accident while on duty in August 1989 after an automobile chase.
Algerian Berber Kabyle singer (d. 1998)
American swimmer and triple Olympics champion. He won 3 gold medals at the 1976 MontrA(c),al Olympics, and was the first to break the 50 second barrier. in the 100m freestyle.
US 100m Swimmer (1976 Olympics - 3 Gold Medals).
Austrian race car driver (d. 1986)
Pennsylvania, USA; actor ("The Burning")
American baseball coach and player
Dutch astrologer, ISAR vice-president international representing the Netherlands. She published "Medical Astrology: A Non-Medical Professional Astrologer" in 2002. She hopes to translate the book into English. Joyce is a counselor and has published five courses books. Zutphen has been running a four-year school in Zutphen since 1980 and has owned a business, The Center for Humanistic and Transpersonal Astrology, since …
Former trainer of the France national football team (2004-2010), he was a retired French footballer. As a trainer, he used unusual methods such as astrology (see
Rhode Island, USA; astronaut
Russian-American comedian, very funny. According to him, he was an only child in Russia with five families living in the same apartment. He arrived in the U.S. with his parents in 1977. None of them spoke the language. He laughed that he had watched television for a month to learn American...then he discovered it was a Spanish-language program.
French actor and one of France's most versatile actors, he has appeared in over 75 films since 2009 and continues to deliver strong performances.
French philosopher and psychologist with a Ph.D. Leloup was the founder of International College of Therapists. .
American cabaret singer, blond and pretty. She claims that she had a 14-year affair with Bill Clinton from 1977 to 1991. This was while Clinton was married and campaigning for the 42nd presidency. She was called an "opportunist" and received $100,000 from the Star magazine for her story. This was followed by a nude layout by Penthouse magazine.
Ecuadorian-born American writer
Famous birthdays on January 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Illinois, USA; comedian/actor
New Zealand rugby player
British actor and singer rock
Assistant US Secretary of State/supplied arms for the Contras
English actor and singer (The Power Station Silverhead, Detective).
American theoretical physicist and City College professor in New York City. Kaku is the author "HyperSpace - A Scientific Odyssey Through Parallel Universes", "Time Warps", and "The Tenth Dimension."
American singer-songwriter (Hindu Love Gods, lyme, and cybelle). (D. 2003).
Australian fashion designer and retailer for knitwear, textile, and accessories. He is also a celebrity artist, and a conservationist.
Italian beauty queen, Miss Italy 1965.
Illinois, USA; rocker ("Excitable Boy").
He was the Italian champion soccer player. He played for Swansea City (1964aEUR”1966), Massese (66aEUR”1967), Internapoli (67aEUR”1969), Lazio (1869aEUR”1976) and Internapoli (1967aEUR”1969).
New York Cosmos).
Japanese golfer and player
Vancouver, British Columbia -- Actor (Rookies, Slap Shot, Twin Peaks)
South African correspondent (BBC).
Curacaos sculptor / painter
American religious figure
American football player and politician, 1st United States Secretary of the Interior
German singer and performer. Perhaps his most memorable features are his outrageous make-up, hairstyles, and costumes.
French engineer who spent the majority of his career with SNECMA, which he joined as an engineer in technical direction in 1966. SNECMA, a French multinational aerospace and rocket engine manufacturer, is headquartered in Courcouronnes.
American screenwriter and author
Author (World of Star Trek).
American actress, model and sex symbol. She first appeared in small TV roles during the 1960s, then she was cast in many motion pictures. She was also a cover and model for fashion magazines.
French astrologer, he is the nephew of Armand and Andre. He is an author and professor who works at the CNRS. He wrote an astrological dissertation.
English race car driver
Indian screenwriter and producer of director producers
Texas, USA; actress (Valley of the Dolls).
California, USA; actress ("Hey There It's Yogi Bear!
German politician and lawyer 13th German Federal Ministry of Defence (d.2012)
American professional wrestler (d. 2008).
American singer-songwriter and bass-baritone. His compositions include "Sweet Caroline", "Song Sung Blue" (and others) and "Touching You and Touching Me" (both from the 1960s). He was an introvert child who began writing songs when he was 16 years old. By 1965, he was committed to music. He had three hits in 1966 and the first of seven albums that went …
England; rocker "Looking for 11"
American singer (The Neville Brothers).
New York, USA, singer/actor (Jazz Singers, "Coming To America")
A Nobel Prize for Chemistry was won by an Israeli chemist for discovering quasicrystals. These crystals have atoms arranged in a way that is mathematically consistent, but the pattern never repeats itself.
Designated German President. Election expected 18 March 2012. The German President is the official head of state and has no executive power. This is a bit like a monarchy's king/queen.
Dutch Member of Parliament (PvdA).
Famous birthdays on January 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Jose Arguelles is best known as the creator of the Harmonic Convergence event, which aimed to promote peace and unity through synchronized meditation and spiritual practices.
Georgia, USA. Singer ("Ahab The Arab", "The Streak")
American esoteric author and specialist in Mayan prophesies. Valum Votan Arguelles, also known as Valum Votan spent his entire life studying the math and prophesies in the Mayan Calendar. He presents it as a "correct, biologically accurate calendar for all of Earth's Thirteen Moon 28 Day Calendar," which correlates with the Mayan Zodiac. He compiled prophetic information from Tony Shearer, …
American composer and saxophonist (d. 1995).
Scottish musician and tenor saxophon player, as well as bandleader.
American fiddler and singer-songwriter
French director, actor and writer. He died in Paris' 14th arrondissement at 75 years old.
British entertainer, playwright and host of "University Challenge" Gascoigne, who was host of "University Challenge" for 25 years, is widely regarded as the greatest quizmaster. The show ran from September 1962 to 8/25/1987. After being a drama critic for "The Spectator and "The Observer", Gascoigne was the host of the magazine "Cinema" in 1964. His first play, "Share my Lettuce", …
Meditation guru in the tradition of the ancient and modern yogis of India. He attained Self-realization through twelve years of arduous tapas, meditating in samādhi (state of total thoughtlessness) for an average of twenty hours a day. Tapas is the most advanced stage of meditation in which one remains absorbed for long periods in the non-dualistic state of consciousness known …
English rugby league footballer (Born in 1935).
American singer (d. 1986)
Polish playwright and poet (d. 1976).
American family of distinction, diabetic, sister to astrologer/author Ed Steinbrecher and mother to astrologer Stephen Connors. Eye color: Hazel, right-handed, married once, 5 kids.
Canadian actor (d.2013)
American R&B singer (Flamingos, "I Only Have Eyes For You")
Italian singer, who rose to fame after the 1960 release of "What a Sky" (Italian: Su nel cielo).
French actress and singer, Jacques Brel was also a partner in the creation of "Ne Me Quitte Pas". Brel was helped by her position as a Paris Olympia concert hall presenter.
Official of a French trade union who has experience in the chemical industry.
Danish composer and organist
Swedish mathematician (d. 2012).
American author and historian (d. 1984).
Bernard Matthews Farms was founded by an English farmer and businessman (d. 2010).
American soldier and illustrator
New Zealand actor
Spanish comic writer and artist. He was one the most prominent artists in Editorial Bruguera.
Iranian-Persian academic and painter
Famous birthdays on January 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Jacques Réda is a French poet, essayist, and jazz critic known for his contributions to French literature and his passion for jazz music.
French comedian, actor, and film star. He starred in over 150 films between 1954 and 2007. He died 29 July 2007.
American Astrologer and coauthor of "Days and Nights for Making Love" 1979 with Paul Rosner.
English painter, zoologist, and ethologist
France sport Champion
American spiritual teacher and art dealer. Albert Rudolph (Rudi), was born in Brooklyn, New York to a Jewish family at the start of the Great Depression. He also had two brothers. After their father left the family, his mother worked as a burlesque performer.
Italian politician and Minister of Government 7/29/1987 The Univ. of Naples awarded Ruberti a degree as an electrical engineer. Ruberti was appointed research director at the Bordoni Foundation as a 1965 graduate of the Univ. of Naples. He has been a professor at several universities, eventually becoming the Dean of Engineering at the University of Rome in 1996. As Minister …
11th Baronet, British aristocrat (d. 2007)
11th Baronet Scottish lieutenant (d. 2007)
French trade unionist, one the most prominent leaders of the Industrial and Metal Trades Union, (UIMM), from 1984 to 1995, died on the 2nd of July 2008.
American screenwriter and producer of actor actors
American politician, engineer, and self-made man. He received an engineering degree with chemistry from the University of Texas and was then accepted into his father's oil company, where he would later become an independent oilman. At 37 years old, he was elected Mayor of Tulsa and served the longest term of any Tulsa History official.
RenA(c]e Saint-Cyr, a French film director, was born to Marie-Louise Vittore (1904-1904) and to a father from Austria. He often worked with Michel Audiard, the same screenwriter, as well as actors like Delon, Blier and Ventura.
American sculptor (d.2013)
America's first prima ballerina and the first Native American to attain the rank.
Canadian ice hockey coach and player (d. 2015).
California, United States -- Actor (I Led 3 Lives)
American politician and lawyer, and a member of the Democratic Party. He was a Lieutenant in the Army from 1943 to 1946 and earned his rank. After his discharge, he was a branch director for the War Department in the Philippines. He was elected to Congress for the first time in November 1958. He served several terms before he was …
Princess of Wales.
New York, USA. Actor (Top Cat Henry - Alice).
American pianist (d. 1988).
East Indian writer and lecturer. Fluent in both cultures, she is able to understand the interaction between them and can easily travel between the worlds.
She is a French abstract painter and French artist who has shown widely. Ligne Bleu is one of her 1969 pieces and can be found in London's Victoria and Albert Museum.
Croatian director and painter (d. 2004).
French actor, screenwriter, and novelist. He was nominated for the Best Screenplay Oscar for 1964's "That Man From Rio".
American psychiatrist author and physician (d. 2005).
Belgian politician and minister to the PVV
German stage/film/tv actress.
Actor (munchkin Wizard of Oz, Mayor McCheese).
American saxophonist (d. 80)
Van Nuys, California -- Dancer (Holiday Hotel)
Famous birthdays on January 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American screenwriter and producer of actor (d. 1973).
Journalist / author
Brooklyn, New York -- Opera composer (Lily)
American minister of Pentecostal Holiness Church. He received his Call in 1935. He became one of the most well-known evangelists around the globe. His annual cash flow reached $17 million by 1972 after he had built up a loyal following. His books include "God’s Formula for Success" and "God’s Formula to Prosperity."
Alberta, Canada -- Actor ("Parker-Men from Shiloh")
Bern, Switzerland -- Austrian composer Dantons Tod
American actor and TV star whose career spans more than six decades. Marty won the Academy Award in 1955 for Best Actor for his unconventional role in many 1950s films. He was a television actor, playing Quinton McHale on the 1962aEUR”1966 series McHale’s Navy. He also starred in the mid-1980s action series Airwolf. Borgnine was nominated for an Emmy Award …
French middle distance runner who won bronze at the 1948 Summer Olympics in London. He covered 800m in 1:49.8 minutes. Mal Whitfield won the race. Hansenne also beat Rune Gustafsson’s 1000 m world-record of 2:21.4, set in Gothenburg in 1948.
Italian actor in film who appeared in over 130 films between 1938 & 2014.
Lawyer, socioologist, writer, speaker and politician (Born in 1916).
Hungarian-American actor and tennis player (d. 2013).
American sports broadcaster
American writer and artist, he was the dominant abstract expressionist painter of the second half of the 20th century. He is also one of the leading spokespersons for the movement. He is also the author of "The Dedalus Sketches", "Alphabet Series", "Black Sounds", "The Cubist Painters" as well as "The Collected Writings of Robert Motherwell".
Czech composer and conductor, Viktorie KaprA?lovA! is the daughter of composer VA!clav KaprA?!l and singer Viktorie KaprA!lovA!!
American television and radio producer. He helped to develop numerous successful television and radio game shows. 1950-67.
Nieppe Military man
He was a Costa Rican priest and politician. He was the founder and rector of Costa Rica's National University. He is one of the leaders of the Second Republic, established after the Civil War of Costa Rica in 1948.
United States -- Painter (Elegies of the Spanish Republic).
French film producer, publicist and founder of the CA(c),sar Award. In 2000, he was awarded an Honorary CA(c),sar.
Soisy sous Montmoren Executives
Soigy sous Montmor Journalist
American composer (Born 1913).
Producer of TV game-shows (Goodson-Toddman).
American composer and organist (d. 2008).
Australian rugby league coach and player (d. 1983).
American admiral (d. 2005).
American Astrologer, Teacher, and Horary Researcher. Elbert Benjamine assisted him in the creation of Astrodynes, which was a Horary researcher. He was a teacher at Los Angeles' Church of Light headquarters.
French screenwriter, novelist and scriptwriter. His novels include "Le Voyageur Imprudent" (1943).
Scottish film orchestra conductor, minor film actor and musical director. The director and conductor of scores of British films, including "Things To Come", "The Seventh Veil", "Swiss Family Robinson", and "My Side of the Mountain". In 1951, he appeared in "The Magic Box".
United States -- Sci-fi author (Judgment Night)
Granny D, an American activist, walked and skied across the USA this past winter (1999) in support of campaign finance reform. On foot, she left Los Angeles on January 1, 1999 and walked ten miles each day to reach Washington D.C. the Capitol Building on February 29, 2000. She wanted to show Congressmen that campaign finance reform is important to …
France sport Champion
Famous birthdays on January 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Actress (Things to Come Danny Boy), suffers a stroke at the age of 84
Australian activist and centenarian, a campaigner for peace and nuclear-non-proliferation. She protested VietNam's involvement in the 1950s and 60s and established a WomenaEUR(tm), an International League for Peace and Freedom branch. She was presented with the Order of Australia in 2001. She passed away peacefully in Coffs Harbour (Australia) on September 10, 2009.
English scholar and author (d. 2005).
French diplomat and politician, who served as Minister of Foreign Affairs between 1958 and 1968, and as Prime Minister under General de Gaulle from 1968 to 1969.
American pianist (d.1984)
Belgian lawyer / politician
French soldier and politician, Prime Minister of France (d.1999)
Mexican priest, historian, humanist, and philosopher. On 30 October 1927, he was ordained priest. He moved to Belgium shortly thereafter to study social sciences at The Catholic University of Leuven. He returned to Mexico, where he taught Latin and literature at The Seminary of Zamora. He moved to Mexico City in 1932 to teach Latin literature, world history and philosophy …
American businessman and lawyer (d. 1995).
American billionaire (d. 1995)
German-British author of historical novels. Some of his 20 books were adapted by J Arthur Rank for screen or stage.
artist (Arts and Letters).
German/US economist dies at 75
He was a French journalist and writer, who won the Prix Goncourt for journalism in 1931. He was also the director of Editions Fayard. He died 26 September 1978.
American biblical scholar (d. 1965).
Ukrainian-American archaeologist, scholar (d. 1965).
French Catholic priest, who was Bishop Emeritus at Bayeux (-Lisieux).
English motorcycle designer (d. 1973)
Ukrainian-French painter, commercial poster artist, and typeface designer.
South African cricketer
American biologist and geneticist from Ukraine (d. 1975).