List of celebrities and famous people who were born on July 24th
Famous birthdays on July 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102013
Madrid-Ferrol train derailed in Spain. At least 79 people died and over 140 were injured due to the train's speed.
Famous birthdays on July 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002006
High IQ Swiss child was admitted at 14 to the University of Freiburg, Germany for a Bachelor of Chemistry.
Famous birthdays on July 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
The daughter of Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin's Australian wife Terri and his American wife, Terri, is a well-known Australian family. Bindi (an Aboriginal name for young girl) is the daughter of SteveaEUR(tm), a Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin and his dog Suey/Sui. She has her own khaki clothing label called "Bindi Wear". Her father was a part of the birth of …
Logan Grove is a TV actor known for providing the voice of Gumball Watterson in the animated series The Amazing World of Gumball.
Egyptian noted family, Yasser and Suha's daughter, was born at 5 lbs in a posh American Hospital just outside Paris. 5oz. 5oz. She and her mother moved to Paris in 2001. They now live with Suha's mom. Zahwa can speak Arabic and French fluently.
Ecuadorian tennis player
Lili Simmons is an American actress known for her roles in the TV series True Detective and Banshee.
Lucas Adams is a TV actor known for his role as Tripp Dalton on the soap opera Days of Our Lives.
Kelly LeBrock, daughter of Steven Seagal
Russian professional footballer
He killed six people and wounded thirteen others on the 23rd of May 2014. He then committed suicide in Isla Vista (California), United States.
Jimmy Bellinger is a TV actor known for his roles in various popular TV shows and movies.
English race car driver
Famous birthdays on July 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Daniel Radcliffe is a British actor best known for portraying the character Harry Potter in the film series of the same name.
South Korean footballer
American football player
South Korean footballer
South Korean actress and singer Kara
Jr. English wrestler
American Ice Hockey Player
Azerbaijani chess player (d.2014)
Estonian basketball player
Russian figure skater
American pornographic actress
Czech tennis player
American football player
Canadian hockey player
Canadian actor and singer (Sweet Thing).
Swedish singer and dancer (Ateens).
French jockey in horse racing, who rode for nearly three years before his career was cut short by a spill at Golden Gate Fields (12 September 2010). He was paralysed from the waist down after a horrible fall that left him paralysed.
Daniele De Rossi is an Italian footballer known for his long and successful career with AS Roma and the Italian national team.
Aaron Peirsol is a retired American swimmer known for winning multiple Olympic gold medals and setting world records in backstroke events.
Ron Pope is a musician known for his soulful and heartfelt songs, including the hit single 'A Drop in the Ocean'.
Paul Wesley is an actor best known for his role as Stefan Salvatore in the TV series The Vampire Diaries.
Elisabeth Moss is an American actress known for her roles in the TV series Mad Men and The Handmaid's Tale.
Actress from Canada, New Zealand
Luka Magnotta is a Canadian former pornographic actor and model who gained international notoriety for killing and dismembering Lin Jun, a Chinese international student, before mailing Jun's hands and feet to elementary schools and federal political party offices.
Brookstreet Pictures was founded by Brookstreet Pictures, a Canadian producer and actor.
American author and director producer
Brazilian race car driver
American football player
South African-born German rugby player
Summer Glau is an American actress best known for her roles in the TV series Firefly and the film Serenity.
British actor, The Girl, dies at the age of 30
French middle-distance runner, who was a specialist in the 800m. At the 2004 Summer Olympics, he represented France and reached the semifinals.
American pornographic actress
French homicide victim aged 15 when his mom, an officer from the local police, shot him to death while he was sleeping on 1/26/1996. She was divorcing her dad and had just ended an unhappy relationship when she tragically killed herself, her three children, and herself.
American guitarist (Killswitch Engage, Aftershock).
Famous birthdays on July 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Actress from Australia. Byrne's screen debut was in 1994 when she played a small part in Dallas Doll. She was a lead role in The Goddess of 1967, an Australian film, and won a Venice Film Festival award as Best Actress. She played Ellen Parsons on Damages from 2007 to 2012. This series earned her two Emmy nominations and two …
French tennis player who became a professional in 1994. Although she reached the semifinal stage six times and the quarter-final stage thirteen times, she has not made it to the final singles of a WTA Tour event. She reached the third round in all four Grand Slam tournaments, which was her best Grand Slam singles performance. She was the runner …
American producer and rapper
American baseball player
South Korean actress
American professional surfer (Born 1978).
English actress and model
English actor and TV presenter
Dutch soccer player (FC Twente)
Miss Korea Universe (1997)
Iranian football player
Portuguese race car driver and Portuguese manager
American basketball player
Laura Fraser is a Scottish actress known for her roles in Breaking Bad and A Knight's Tale.
Brisbane, Queensland -- Swimmer (1996 Olympics).
Torrie Wilson is an American wrestler known for her time in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).
American actor best known for portraying Greg Sanders, a young, eager crime investigator on "CSI."
American Ice Hockey Player
Zambian-Welsh rugby player
An English politician is Minister for Sport and Olympic Affairs
LaGrange, Illinois -- Canoe (1996 Olympics)
French footballer who was primarily an attacking midfielder.
Ana Cristina de Oliveira is a Portuguese actress known for her roles in various films and television shows.
Journalist and driver of an English race car
American performance artist
Japanese sumo wrestler
French race horse jockey, a harnessed trot racingr.
Soap Opera Actor
Axelle Laffont is a French actress, comedian, and director known for her work in French cinema and television.
NFL safety (Houston Oilers).
New Jersey, United States -- Playmate (Nov, 1992)
Hockey forward (Team Austria 1998)
Famous birthdays on July 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American singer, actress and businesswoman. After a small role in the 1986 film My Little Girl she became interested in a career as an actress. This was to the dismay and disappointment of her Puerto Rican parents who thought it was an unrealistic career path for a Hispanic. Lopez was a Fly Girl dancer for In Living Color, her first …
Canadian basketball player: forward/guard, Lakers
French kayaker who won a Gold Medal in two-man canoe competition with W. Forgues at the Atlanta Olympics on 7/28/1996
Washington, DC -- Field hockey player (1996 Olympics).
NBA forward (Vancouver Grizzlies)
Kristin Chenoweth is an American actress and singer known for her work in Broadway musicals and her roles in TV shows like 'Pushing Daisies' and 'Glee'.
Laura Leighton is an American actress best known for her role as Sydney Andrews in the TV series Melrose Place.
American comic book author and artist
NFL defensive end (Philadelphia Eagles).
Pennsylvania, USA; actor (Joey Elliot- Jennifer Slept Here).
Canadian screenwriter and producer of director films
Dutch rock singer/basist (Pilgrims - Once to Everything).
Italian singer-songwriter (d. 2013)
English coach and footballer
Actor in A Different World, The Sixth Man
French stage director, actor, and writer.
American producer and director
Australian basketball player (Olympics 1984, 88.92.96).
American football player and athlete. From 1988 to 1998, he was a wide receiver for Seattle Sea Hawks.
American professional baseball player and record-holder for the San Francisco Giants. He is the son of Bobby Bonds, another outstanding baseball player. Barry Bonds' record for 2005 is 708 home runs. This was close to matching Babe Ruth's (714). The stellar Bonds record is not appreciated by all. There has been much debate about whether steroids illegally used by BondsaEUR(tm) …
Portuguese politician, 118th Prime Minister of Portugal since 2011, in office. He is also the leader of Social Democratic Party (PSD). Passos Coelho was a young politician and became the leader of the PSD's youth branch. He is a business manager by trade and has been head of government since 21 Juni 2011.
Portuguese politician and economist, 118th Prime Minster of Portugal
Kelowna (British Columbia) -- Volleyball player (1996 Olympics).
Karl Malone is a retired American basketball player known for his prolific scoring and physical style of play.
Massachusetts, USA; heavy-metal drummer (Extreme – "More Than Words")
Benton Harbor, Michigan -- Jockey (1st Female to Win Belmont-93)
Brazilian-born British star, Cleo was a regular on the Kenny Everett Show as "Miss Whiplash" in the 1980s. Cleo is a pouting glamour vamp. Everett can use her ample cleavage to foil his humor.
French actor who starred as the lead in "Fortune Express" (1991), which was selected for the 41st International Film Festival Berlin. He won an Emmy Award in 2005 for his role in "Murder in Mind". He is also known for his auburn hair.
Belgian musician. He is a member the rock band De Mens for which he provides vocals and guitar as well as keyboards, keyboards, and harmonica. Their first album, released in 1992, was a huge success and continues to be popular in Europe today. Before he became a full-time musician, he worked as a journalist.
American race car driver and sportscaster
American punt kicker and athlete. He played for the Chicago Bears from 1985-1997. He kicked 243 field goals. He was a part of the 1985 Super Bowl winning team, the Bears.
American singer and manager (Extreme).
Manager and English footballer
French youth raised in terrible emotional circumstances. Gerard was raped by his father and Gerard's older brother. Gerard was also convicted of incest and regular abuse of his sisters.
French mountaineer and rock climber who became the first woman to ascent the Eiger's north facing face solo in 1992. The climb was completed in winter by her in just 17 hours. Other notable climbs she has made include the Bonatti Route, north face of Matterhorn, and the southwest pillar (the Bonatti Pillar) of the Aiguille du Dru. Destivelle was …
Famous birthdays on July 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Union, Georgia -- Judo fighter (1984 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
Dayton, Ohio -- Nike golfer (1992 Ft Wayne Open-7th)
German pro astrologer, editor of Meridian, the most well-known German astrological magazine. He holds a psychology degree and is the author of two books on astrology in German: one for beginners and one regarding transits. He is also responsible for coordinating international authors for German publication. Jehle is the founder of the Astro-Center Berlin, a school of astrology. Participates in …
American basketball player
American basketball player, professional for 10 seasons starting in 1980.
Coach and player from Scotland football
Cypriot-English guitarist/songwriter (Japan Dalis Kar NiNa, JBK) (d. 2011.
Country music artist
American actress and guitarist, singer-songwriter
American academic and psychologist
Baltimore, Maryland -- Playmate (July 1979)
American politician and lawyer 44th Governor of Florida
American producer and host of a game show
French composer and bass clarinettist
American media commentator and critic whose daughter has achondroplasia, also known as dwarfism. He is the author of "Little People" (2003, a book about the subject). He also serves as the Internet Coordinator for "Little People of America."
American academic and author
USSR -- Team handball (1976 Olympics, 80 Olympics - Gold Medalist).
German handball player (d. 2012).
Turkish footballer and coach (d. 2012).
Grand prix race driver
American career criminal sentenced to 10 years in prison for burglary, another 10 years for 1980 burglary, and 25 for 1986 armed robbery.
French chef and Head Chef, Guy Savoy is his restaurant in Paris. He also owns a sister restaurant in Las Vegas. Both restaurants have multiple Michelin stars. He also owns four restaurants in Paris, Qatar.
English politician and captain
NFL quarterback (New England Patriots).
American filmmaker. Van Sant's 1986 film, Mala Noche," earned him critical attention. He released "Drugstore Cowboy" in 1989. It was about drug addicts and won the Best Picture and Best Director awards of the National Society of Film Critics. His 1991 movie "My Own Private Idaho", starring River Phoenix and Keanu Reeves, established his reputation as someone who can effectively …
American professional athlete. He was a pitcher for the Milwaukee Brewers between 1975 and 1984. His professional debut came on September 9, 1975. He retired from professional baseball and became a coach. In 1995, he was named the head of the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee's baseball program.
(Rep-R-MN, 1981- )
Lynda Carter is an American actress best known for her role as Wonder Woman in the 1970s television series.
German-British dancer in ballet with the Royal Ballet, Convent Garden. In 1969, he joined the Royal Ballet and was made principal dancer in 1971. He danced with the National Ballet of Canada 1976-1977. After that, he returned to the Royal Ballet, where he continued to perform both noble and character roles as well as creating choreography.
Baron Smith of Finsbury English politician Secretary for State for Culture Media and Sport
Arizona, USA. Miss USA/actress (Wonder Woman Billie Jo).
Famous birthdays on July 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
French politician and singer-songwriter
He was an actor and co-star on Seinfeld. He played the iconic, eccentric, and offbeat Kramer in the series' long-running episodes, which aired from 1989 to 1992. This role made him a star. He has difficulty landing other roles because he is so attached to the role.
Dutch MP (PvdA)
English critic and author
French rugby union coach and player. He captained France to the 1977 Grand Slam. He was also the manager of the team that won it again in 1981 and 1987. He died of heart failure on 17 December 2005 at the age of 58.
American pianist who made his concert debut at 12 years old. At the age of 17, he was on the right track to a promising career. However, his stage fear made his career slow progress. Rudolph Serkin was his father and Adolf Busch was his grandson. Fritz Busch is his nephew. From 1965, when he began his recording career, to …
Minou Drouet is a French poet and author known for her early success as a child prodigy in poetry.
Pakistani cricketer and coach
American notable acting family, the daughter and sister of Bill Katt and Barbara Hale.
English screenwriter and producer
CEO (VSO Center for British Teaching).
Maryland, USA; actor.
New York, USA; pianist (Tashi).
Hervé Vilard is a French singer-songwriter known for his hit song 'Capri c'est fini'.
Singer / guitarist (Marmalade)
German manager and footballer
Indian businessman and philanthropist
English academic and physicist
Canadian-American astronomer and astrophysicist
English geophysicist, geologist and academic
French track cyclist, triple Olympic champion: twice as a sprinter and tandem, associated with Pierre Trentin), and once as a sprinter in 1972.
Rock guitarist (Them)
German terrorist. He was a member the Red Army activist group headed by Andreas Baader, Berlin. After a shootout on German TV, he was also captured. He was convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment. He was convicted of possessing a gun that was smuggled into him. He committed suicide on 18 October 1977.
Bézu is a French singer known for his contributions to the chanson genre.
Dutch politician (PvdA), 2nd Chamber
USSR -- 1500m runner (1972 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
American producer and guitarist, singer-songwriter
German-English singer-songwriter and bass player (The Tornados) (d. 2000)
Hargin, Germany -- Rock bassist (Tornados)
English businessman and banker
American baseball player. Left-handed outfielder for the Milwaukee Braves from 1962 to 1964.
(Rep-R-South Carolina, 1979-86)
Famous birthdays on July 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American basketball player. He was a former center and was signed by the Chicago Packers in 1961 after being selected in round one of the NBA draft. Bellamy's first year in Chicago saw him average 31.6 points per game. This was his career high and he was named rookie of the Year by the league. He played for several teams …
NFL defensive tackle (Dallas Cowboys)
Sci-fi author (Revelations, Beyond Apollo)
New Bern, North Carolina -- NBA Center (Knicks/Olympic - Gold – 1960).
Baron Simon of Highbury English politician and businessman
Belgian economist. He earned his PhD from the UniversitA(c), de LiA'ge and was made a professor at Universite Catholique, Louvain, in 1974. He was awarded the Francqui Prize on Human Sciences in 1983. He died in August 2004.
American artist and painter
CEO (Thorn EMI)
Danièle Lebrun is a French actress known for her work in French cinema and theater.
Indian actor screenwriter and producer
British Minister of State Education
The Brentwood Cathedral was designed by an English architect
American comedian, actress. She is best known for her diverse characters on "Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In" 1968-73. Buzzi began her career as a dancer and then moved into comedy on stage in the '50s. She made her debut on TV by appearing on Laugh-In's guest shows. After becoming a regular host of the show, Buzzi returned to variety and comedy …
Mark Goddard is an American actor best known for his role as Major Don West in the television series Lost in Space.
American career diplomat. Senior Policy Scholar at Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC. After retiring from the United States Foreign Service in July 2001, he was recalled following September 11th and spent nine months working to establish the multilateral mechanism for Afghanistan reconstruction.
Massachusetts, USA; actor ("Don West - Lost in Space")
American author and historian
Rhode Island, USA; comedian (Laugh-In Margie – That Girl).
She was a French journalist and radio-TV host. She began at "TA(c)lA(c)-Marseille" before going to Paris. She was also a singer and writer.
South African cricketer
American academic and author
Italian soccer/football player. He was nicknamed "Pecos bill" and played with Udinese (1952-1954), Fiorentina (54-1958), Torino (58-1960), Bari (1862-1962), Livorno (1962-1965), Taranto (1965-1966). He was also a member of the Italian national team 1955-1957.
Political and accountant from Sri Lanka
Green Bay Packers).
American convicted con artist and murderer
US singer (How Can I Forget)
Crete, Greece -- Actor. (Search for Tomorrow Day of Our Lives).
American lawyer and CEO of Browning-Ferris Industries (solid waste company). Ruckelhaus graduated from Harvard Law with a BA degree and an LLB after pursuing his interests in government and legal management. Ruckelhaus is also known as "Mr. Clean" (an informal ex-politician, who wants to start a solid waste business).
American chemist, management specialist, and CEO of Eastman Kodak. Eastman Kodak is a film processing and production company that specializes in everything, from business films to public retail. Whitmore is a college graduate and a leader who has a BS in Chemistry and an MS. in Management.
Ruckelshaus, head of the US Environmental Protection Agency
German Astronomer and Academic
Eric Tabarly was a French naval officer and yachtsman known for his pioneering achievements in solo sailing and for winning numerous sailing races.
Italian documentary filmmaker, director, and producer. He was once married and had three children.
French commander (d. 1998)
Bolivian-born spiritual teacher and founder of Arica School Chile, he is without doubt one the most important founders of spiritual enneagram.
American financier, accountant, and CEO of Baker Hughes Oil Company, a large oil company that has horizontal drilling experience. Woods holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Finance.
American stage/film/tv actress.
American magazine editor and journalist (Born 1930).
Indian politician, 10th Chief Minister of Gujarat
A Costa Rican lawyer is considered to be one of the greatest public lawyers of the 20th century in Costa Rica. He was both the Constitutional Court's Judge President and Deputy. He was also President of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. A renowned lecturer, he is also one of the most prominent humanists and jurists in Costa Rica during …
Famous birthdays on July 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Director (Breaking Away Bullitt).
West Indian cricketer
American military death. He died in Korea. The Saturday Evening Post called him "The Hero of Hill 534". Charlton received the Medal of Honor posthumously "for conspicuous gallantry, intrepidity at risk of life above and beyond the call of service."
French journalist, author and reporter. Her books are not yet translated into English.
American painter who has had one-man shows in U.S. cities since 1954, and in Europe since 1971.
Russian-Estonian academic and philologist (d. 1990).
French canoeist-kayaker champion. He was awarded a bronze medal at 1948 Summer Olympics in London.
German champion show jumper and equestrian. He is the only showjumper to win five Olympic gold medals as well as seven total Olympic medals.
French journalist, a reporter at LibA(c)ration newspaper, 1948-1960, at laEUR(tm)Express, 1959-1987 and at laEUR(tm)A%0vA"nement du Jeudi from1987. He is also the author of "Resistance and Revenge", 1990. This book is a history of Armenian assassination of Turkish leaders who were responsible for the 1915 massacres and expulsions.
Spanish writer (Gran Sol Caballo the Pica).
French ballet choreographer, director and dancer. In 1937, she was a child star and danced in a film. Later, as an adult, she worked with several companies in France and Germany.
Greek archaeologist and anthropologist
French scientist who specialized in meteorites research, who died 11 May 1997.
British Vice-Admiral (Supreme Allied Commander)
Lord-lt for Dorset
American politician, lawyer, and 46th Governor of Missouri between 1965 and 1973. He was the first Missouri governor to be eligible for two consecutive four-year terms and a lifelong Democrat. He was married to Betty Cooper Hearnes, a former Missouri State Representative who was also a Democratic Party nominee for Governor in 1998. He died 16 August 2009.
Canadian radio host and author (d.2010)
Italian operatic tenor, who sang professionally between the late 1940s and the early 1990s. He was also known as "The Golden voice" or "The Most Beautiful Voice", and the true successor to Beniamino Ggli. He was also well-known for his long-term performances and recordings, as well as a brief romance with Maria Callas.
American composer and pianist (d. 2010).
American politician and lawyer (d. 1998).
Actress (Blind Spot) dies at 49 from cardiac arrest
NYC, New York -- Broadway producer. (Beyond the Fringe).
Famous birthdays on July 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Australian jurist (d. 1999)
United States federal judge. Frey served as a Major in the United States Army during World War II. He was with us from 1941 to 1946. He earned a B.A. He received a B.A. from the University of Arizona in 1947, and a J.D. From the University of Arizona College of Law, 1950. From 1949 to 1950, he was in …
American baseball journalist and coach (d. 2014).
Australian judge and lawyer (d. 1999).
French actor and singer.
San Francisco, California -- Violinist (Paganini).
Norway -- Cross-country ski jumper (1952 Olympics, Gold Medalist).
American banker, No. The No. 2 executive of Citibank's holding company who was instrumental in propelling the bank to the top. He was buried in Larchmont (New York) on September 9, 2001.
Writer / traveller
Canadian-born composer, conductor, and arranger (d. 2005).
American novelist (d. 1986).
American baseball player. He was a right-handed catcher and played one game for the Washington Senators in September 1940.
Puerto Rican author, who gained great popularity throughout Latin America in the 1940s. His book Campo Alegre, a biography of Puerto Rican author, has been read at schools all over the Americas, including Australia, Canada and England.
American action-adventure author, winner of The Edgar Grand Master Award from the Mystery Writers of America in 1972 and the American Book Award's mystery competition for his book "The Green Ripper" in 1980. His prolific career spans more than 40 years. He is best known for his creation of Travis McGee (an eccentric anti-heroic detective) who was featured in 21 …
Filipino lawyer and jurist, 13th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines (d.2004).
Vice chancellor (University of East Anglia).
Actor (Mac–Another World USA, Underworld USA and Mooncussers).
Civil rights activist (Dark Ghetto).
Canadian physician and pharmacologist (d. 2015).
Italian composer, musician, and nephew of gian francesco Malipiero.
Dallas, Texas -- Singer (Sammy Kaye Show)
American molecular biologist (Born 1913).
French Catholic priest, who was the Archbishop of Rheims 107th.
Belgium sport Champion
Indian documentary filmmaker, art historian book writer, critic, and former journalist for The Times of India. The Heritage of the Empire of Vijayanagar, one of his films, has been preserved by the National Film Archive of India. His books include Modern Indian Paintings, The Art of Nagarjunakonda and Contemporary Indian Art.
New Zealand author
American radio personality, who was known for calling himself "Your Host" every time he spoke on air. He was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, and he died in Wallingford CT on August 5, 2001.
Registrat Order of Merit
Czechoslovakian/US designer/director (Our Town) dies at the age of 84.
Famous birthdays on July 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001908
Italian actor and boxer, often referred to as William Bird.
Songwriter / impressario
Italian playwright, essayist, teacher, screenwriter.
Teacher and Puerto Rican writer, she comes from a long line of politicians and historians. She was the founder of the Academy of Fine Arts Puerto Rico and president of the Society of Authors of San Juan Puerto Rican. She was married to Joseph Santori and they had two children, Vicente Santori Coll, a lawyer, and Joseph Santori Coll. He …
French-American composer, arranger, and conductor. He is best known for his film score "Bugler's Dream", which is the theme of the American television network that presents the Olympic Games.
American constitutional historian
American academic and historian (d. 1989).
MIT President (1948-59)
Jean Villard, a French actor, singer, and theatre director, performed with Jean Villard from 1932 to1939. The duo, known as "Gilles et Julien", became music hall superstars of their time.
Scottish actor, writer, and actress in radio, film, stage, and vaudeville. She was the daughter of vaudeville performers and made her debut when she was 14. Her sister Billie and she performed together as The Houston Sisters 1920-1935 until Billie fell ill.
England, United Kingdom -- Actress. (Quo Vardis Dinner at Ritz River).
American wife to F. Scott Fitzgerald, novelist. She was slim, with short, bobbed hair, and wore short dresses.
France sport Champion
France sport Champion