List of celebrities and famous people who were born on September 24th
Famous birthdays on September 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002004
Famous birthdays on September 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901997
Spanish-born noted Spanish family, Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas' daughter. She is her mother's third child, and her father's first child.
American family, second daughter of Geraldo (51) and C.C. (38). Simone, the 8-pound baby who was born test-tube, said that Simone was "just happened" to him. 7 oz baby. A 15-year-old son is his from a previous marriage.
American tennis player
Japanese dancer and actor
French singer, aka Izia, and actress, is the daughter of actor-singer Jacques Higelin. In 2011, she was awarded the Victoire de la Musique and in 2012, the Cesar de "Meilleur Hoffnung fA(c),minin".
Famous birthdays on September 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Canadian ice hockey player
South African footballer (d. 2014.)
French musician and current chief conductor of Zurich Orchestra Tonhalle
Canadian-born New Zealand author. Her second novel, The Luminaries won the 2013 Man Booker Prize. The Luminaries, which has 832 pages is the longest winning work in the prize's 45-year history.
Ghanaian carpenter and sculptor
American composer and pianist
Soap Opera Actor
American basketball player.
Australian-New Zealand guitarist and singer-songwriter
American baseball player
American basketball player
Driver of a race car in Australia
Famous birthdays on September 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
German-American porn actress
American football player
German manager and footballer
American businesswoman, professional wrestler, valet, minority owner, Chief Brand Officer at World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. Since 1999, she has been working for WWE. She is the younger sister to Shane McMahon.
Angolan basketball player
American homicide: Yngve Raustein (21), and two friends stabbed him to death. He was not unlike any other teenager. He was involved in urban violence and a punk kid who earned respect from his peers for playing "knockout," where the goal is to knock out the opponent. A stranger can be beaten with one blow. Three days before his 16th …
Japanese singer and actress of Japanese voice (d.2013)
American football singer and player
Canadian comedian and filmmaker
American baseball player
Florissant, Missouri -- Soccer player (96 Olympics - Gold Medalist).
NBA guard (Denver Nuggets)
American basketball player: Rockets guard/forward
American football player and sportscaster
Brazilian model, who was the first of eight daughters. From 1981, she worked as a TV ad model.
British Conservative politician
NFL wide receiver (Cin Bengals)
American baseball player and sportscaster
American paleontologist and Entomologist
American author and entrepreneur
English drummer (The Verve, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club).
NFL linebacker (NO Saints)
Schuylerville, New York -- Speed skater (1994 Olympics)
WLAF guard (Amsterdam Admirals)
Pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays).
Evanston, Illinois -- WPVA volleyballer (Pismo-17th-1995)
Famous birthdays on September 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American musician (Slipknot)
Los Angeles, California -- Actress Kimberly Sayers Dark Skies
Medal of Honor recipient (d.2003)
WLAF WR (Frankfurt Galaxy).
NFL Guard (Miami Dolphins and Saskatchewan Roughriders).
English screenwriter and director of author
R&B musician (Acid Man)
Peoria, Illinois -- Playmate (Apr, 1990)
Italian Roller-skating World Champion of Dancing on Skates
Medal of Honor winner American sergeant (d. 2003).
American singer-songwriter/producer (Jodeci).
Spanish actress and model
Hong Kong actor and singer
Author and academic English economist
Author and blogger of an Irish-Canadian philosopher
American journalist and author
American football player and athlete. Worley ran back for Pittsburgh, Chicago.
Actor (Ryan Harrison - Another World).
St. Louis, Missouri -- Outfielder for the NY Mets
American outfielder and baseball player. From 1992 to 1994, played for the Kansas City Royals and then the Milwaukee Brewers in 1996.
American basketball player who played for seven seasons starting in 1989.
French-Algerian shooter entered Paris offices to attack the Paris journal
American drummer (Sleater Kinney Quasi Stephen Malkmus, the Jicks The Get-Betweens, and Wild Flag).
American singer-bass player and actor (Quiet Riot Great White Rough Cutt House of Lords & Dokken).
Norwegian composer and saxophonist (Dingobats).
Cuban-American baseball player: Orioles, 1st base. Palmeiro scored the 400th home run in his career against the Angels on September 23, 2000. He became only the 32nd player to achieve the 400-homer mark in baseball history. He had already hit 528 homers by the start of the 2004 season. He was also involved in the scandal of steroids that rocked …
Texas, USA. Actor (James Walsh-As the World Turns).
Estonian politician and lawyer Estonian Minister for the Interior
Italian swordswoman, who won a Bronze Medal in fencing at the 1986 Summer Olympics.
Australian rugby player and coach
American singer and artist. After graduating from art school, she became a commercial artist. She also did drafting and paste-up. She applied for a job in a band with Lucien in 3/1989. They were married on 11/7/91. Together, they toured the country singing country, folk, and rock music.
II; American politician (Representative-Democrat-Massachusetts).
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan -- Canadian Tour golfer (1994 Klondike-2nd)
Greenville, South Carolina -- PGA Golfer (1991 Chattanooga)
Screenwriter and actor in English comedy
American artist, whose photographs include photos of the male nude as well as of him. His neon signs, also known as sign-letter sculptures, are well-known. They are made from salvaged artifacts.
Dutch kidnapper and accomplice to Patrick Haemers in kidnapping the former Belgia Prime Minister, Paul Van Den Boeynants in January 1989. Lacroix, who escaped jail on 5/03/1993, was captured by Patrick Haemers and returned to prison where he remains incarcerated until 1994.
Politiker and environmentalist from England
Canadian actress and producer of singer-songwriters
Famous birthdays on September 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Cyprus-born British entrepreneur
American actor best known for his role in the TV series "Hercules". To develop his massive chest and 6'3" height, he began lifting weights at high school in Mound (MN). He is now careful about his diet and spends more than an hour per day at a Fitness Gym in Auckland where his award-winning show is shot. This hour-long series, …
American International Master of Chess. Since 1983, he has been an IM. He is an author, journalist, organizer, and chess politician. From 1986 to 1996, he was the Captain of the US Team at six Chess Olympiads, including the 1986 World Chess Olympiad, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and the 1988 Chess Olympiad, Thessaloniki Greece.
German manager and footballer
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (707).
German DR, shot-putter (Gold Medalist 1980 Olympics)
American baseball player
Italian politician and businessman President of Friuli Venezia Giulia
Coach and footballer from Italy
Salvadoran activist (d. 1983)
Welsh screenwriter and actress
American educator and painter
American producer and singer (Morphine, Treat Her Right), guitarist and singer (dec. 1999).
American politician, and the youngest son of Robert Kennedy and Ethel Kennedy.
Greek actor (Born 1952).
German manager and footballer
Belgian singer, novelist, and nephew to singer Jacques Brel.
American diplomat and scholar, United States Ambassador to Malta
Washington, USA: NFL and Canadian Football League back in action (Saint Louis Rams, Toronto Argonauts).
Spanish director, screenwriter and actor. He is a prominent figure in Spanish cinema. He was an employee of a telephone company and contributed to underground magazines and comics before he started amateur filmmaking in 1974. "Dos Putas", his first film, was shot in 8-millemeter.
Indian cricketer coach and sportscaster
American homicide victim. She was a gogo-dancer who attracted violence men. Her lover, the father her second child, shot her in the head and then committed suicide. 7/03/1981, 6:30 P.M. EDT, 75 W.02; 39 N.56
American playwright and poet
American comedian and talk-show host
Swedish actress and model Miss Sweden 1970
Famous birthdays on September 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American politician. He was a former member in the legislature and was a candidate for Lieutenant Governor. In 1990, she was elected Governor. She became a talk-show anchorwoman on 2 January 1994 as the host of "Claprood Live", a nationally syndicated TV late night show, which is available in 57,000,000 U.S. households. She was a lobbyist for Washington and then …
South African politician Speaker of South Africa's National Assembly
Canadian-American actor. He started his career in comedy as a regular on a variety TV show in 1985, which was then followed by "Saturday Night Live" (1986). He has also done TV commercials for McDonald's and other fast-food companies. He is a comic best known for his ability to create characters. His biggest hit was Talk Radio 1996 where he …
North Conway (New Hampshire) -- Actor (Greg Medavoy - NYPD Blue).
American musician. He is an insurance broker and also plays guitar in a duo with Jose Gomez, who performs at club gigs.
American illustrator and writer. She was the Chair of the Department of Women's Studies at the State University of New York, Buffalo. DeVeaux is also her surname.
Swedish journalist and author. She was born in South Africa and moved to Stockholm as a teenager. After completing her journalism degree, she worked as a journalist at the photo magazine View. She wrote detective stories and reported on society and sport. She worked as a correspondent in the United States for several Swedish magazines and newspapers from 1981 to …
American professional astrologer. He began his studies on 11/22/1973, and completed his first professional chart 6/22/1974. His M.A. was completed. He earned his M.A. in Philosophy in 1974. In the same year, he founded The Astrology Company (on 22 June). Bob is the founder of INDRA, an astrological software program and a correspondence school called The Mastery of Astrology. He …
New Zealand-Australian singer/songwriter and producer (Sherbet).
American pro-bowler and football player. In 1969, he was drafted by Los Angeles Rams. He spent the next 10 years of his professional career playing for Atlanta teams and St. Louis ones.
American painter (d.2011)
American actress and daytime TV's star who literally grew up watching TV. At nine years old, she was a regular on children's TV shows. By age nine, she was a commercial star. She was a regular host on "Edge of Night" at age 14 and was performing guest spots on prime-time. From 1964-1975, she worked on the soaps "The Doctors", …
German actress and model
Prime Minister of Greenland
American football player
MP / Minister for British Civil Service
Cuban pianist and songwriter ("Los Van Van")
Greenlandic politician and educator 2nd Prime Minister of Greenland
American producer and guitarist (Fotheringay Fairport Convention, The Electric Revelators and the Hellecasters).
American television anchor and journalist
English composer, conductor, and producer
NYC, New York -- Actress. (Last Summer. One Life to Live. Catcher).
United States -- Sci-fi author ("Cross the Stars", Rolling Hot).
French composer and singer-songwriter.
Actor and stuntman for Danish bodybuilder
French director, TV producer, novelist and filmmaker who lives in Paris. He has written for La Tribune socialiste (1967-70) CinA(c)thique (1968-1973), Les Cahiers du Cinema (1978-1989), Le Monde (1980-1982 and 1993-1996) and Liberation (1982-1983). In 1986, he organized an exhibition at Avignon Festival that explored the history of French video art.
She is an Irish poet, with more than 30 publications. New Territory, her first collection of poetry, was published in Dublin in 1967.
Los Angeles, California -- Actor (Rusty-Rin Tin Tin)
California, USA; actor.
English singer-songwriter and guitarist (Gerry and the Pacemakers).
Orange, New Jersey -- Rocker (Angels)
Finnish singer and guitarist
Scottish Conservative politician.
American musician, photographer, and chef. Her marriage to Paul McCartney was a rare one. She and Paul remained together for 29 years. Paul was only held in Tokyo jail for possessing marijuana. They spent most of their lives on a farm in West Sussex (England).
NFL tight end (Baltimore Colts and San Diego Chargers).
French playwright, novelist and French writer. He is the author of 25 novels, dating back to 1971. In 1980, he was awarded the Goncourt prize. He moved to Canada in 1988 and returned to France in 1992. There he published what is now considered his greatest novel, aEURaEURtm]Poudre daEUR(tm).
Orange, New Jersey -- Rock vocalist (Angels)
Famous birthdays on September 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American trombonist (The Crusaders), (d. 2014).
Documentarian and media personality from Israel.
Israeli journalist (d. 2015)
American serial killer. Convicted to a series grisly "trashbag" murders. The victims were spread across five counties, with 15 of them being murdered since 1973. Kearney and David Douglas Hill, his live-in partner and lover, were only charged in two cases. Both victims were slain March 1977. However, Kearney has led detectives to six additional dumping sites in Imperial County.
American saxophonist and flute player (The Wrecking Crew), (d. 1993).
French banker and chairman of Banque Jean-Philippe Hottinguer & Cie, which is a private bank and an investment bank.
French lawyer. He was the head of France's Council of State from 23 April 1995 until his retirement 25 September 2006. He was elected member of France's Constitutional Council by President Christian Poncelet on 22 February 2007.
American industrial engineer and CEO of Bell Atlantic, a growing telecommunications conglomerate which has acquired a New Zealand telephone company. Smith graduated from college with a BS degree in Insutrial engineering and an MBA.
American puppeteer and director, producer, writer, and performer. Henson won seven Emmys and was inducted into Academy of TV Arts and Sciences Hall of Fame 1987.
Mississippi, USA. Muppeteer (Sesame St, The Muppet Show).
France sport Champion
CEO (Burmah Castrol)
TV producer / host
American Astrologer, AFA member in New York City.
American poet and translator.
American singer and guitarist
American author and religious leader (d. 2014).
Author and screenwriter in English-Scottish (d. 1995).
Manager and player from Scotland
Italian-Yugoslav princess, the eldest daughter of Umberto II of Italy and Marie-José of Belgium. She is the older sister of Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy, the Prince of Naples, and Princess Maria Beatrice of Savoy. She married Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia. The couple were divorced in 1967. They have two sets of twins. In 2003 she married Prince Michel of …
English art dealer
United Kingdom -- Sci-fi author (100th Millennium)
American producer and screenwriter (d. 2015).
Director / actor (Night Watch).
German diplomat and politician (d. 1994).
English artist designer and academic
German diplomat and politician. Between 1982 and 1988, he was the West German defense minister. From 1988 to 1994, he was the seventh Secretary General for NATO. As Secretary General, he saw the end to the Cold War as well as the German reunification. He was diagnosed with cancer while he was serving in this position. However, despite his illness, …
Polish-Israeli activist and rabbi (d. 2012).
American drummer (The Ventures), (Born 1933).
Archivist of Holy Roman Church and cardinal
Principal (Somerville College Oxford)
Canadian singer and actress
Argentinian-Italian soccer player and manager (d. 1998)
German politician Minister-President for Hesse (d. 13)
France sport Champion
Italian stage/film director.
British-American singer and actor. He was a Broadway star by the time he turned 30, writing, directing, and starring as the title character in the 1962 Broadway smash, "Stop the World, I Want to Get Off." He was an original creative genius, even though he didn't make it big as an actor in Hollywood.
British Formula One driver (d. 1977)
American politician and lawyer (d. 2013).
French electronics engineer, entrepreneur, and inventor of the electronic lock (French Digicode), which he patent in 1970.
English journalist and author
Dame Elizabeth Blackadder, a Scottish painter/printmaker, is her name. She is the first woman elected to the Royal Scottish Academy as well as the Royal Academy.
French alpinist and mountain climber.
Filipino diplomat and politician (d. 2012).
California, USA; astronaut (Gemini 3 10, Apollo 10 16, STS 1 9).
Polish poet and author (d. 1998).
Actor Maltese-English (d. 1977).
American astronaut, copilot on Gemini 3 (in 1965) and Commander of Mission Gemini 10 (in 1966). He was a navigator on Apollo 10 in 1969, and Commander of Apollo 16 for the 1972 Moon landing. Gus Grissom and he were the first astronauts ever to manually control the orbit of their spaceship on 3/23/1965.
San Francisco, California -- Astronaut. (Gem 3, 10, Apol 10 16 STS 1, 9)
Famous birthdays on September 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Principal (Aberdeen University)
American jazz clarinet, saxophone and flute player.
American playwright, novelist, and author of "The Little Girl who Lives Down the Lane" His first play was published in 1968, and his first novel in 1970. Koenig also wrote the screenplay for "Little Girl," a 1977 film.
English-American singer and actor (d. 2013).
Spanish actor and tenor (d. 1999).
American economist and CEO of Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection, which inspects insurance companies. Wilde graduated from college with an AB degree in Economics.
French composer of music books.
Indian medical scientist
Indian physiologist (d. 2004).
singer & actress
American composer and trumpet player (d. 1950).
Hungarian-American mathematician (d. 2005)
American actor (Born in 1923)
American singer and opera star. He made his operatic debut in the 1950 world premiere of Menotti’s "The Consul". His stellar performances in four Verdi operas elevated his reputation. He is also considered one of the greatest baritones to have ever performed at the Metropolitan Opera House. He sang 26 roles at The Met between 1959 and 1987. He was …
American screenwriter and producer of director films
CEO (Commission for Racial Equality).
American journalist. Television's first Emmy-winning sportscaster. He was honored with awards on 5/19/1968, and again on 5/22/1973. McKay was a student of sociology in school and served in the U.S Navy 1943-46, before he joined news service as a commentator and reporter. In August 1950, he joined CBS New York City.
English-American actress, singer, and dancer (d. 2014.)
French Catholic priest, Bishop of Agen.
British pilot of a glider (Arnhem 1944).
Brazilian publisher and owner the oldest esoteric publishing company in Brazil. His astrology titles are Arroyo and Greene. He is conversant in esoteric subjects and the occult. When visiting Sao Paulo, he often receives Tibetan Lamas. He is very private about his private life.
American ace fighter pilot and Medal of Honor winner (d. 1945).
Guyanese-American playwright and poet (d. 2012).
Iraqi-Israeli scholar and rabbi (d. 2013).
Famous birthdays on September 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
NYC, New York -- Comedian (Steve Allen Show)
Polanka (Czechoslovakia) -- Composer (Everyman).
American composer and drummer
French Roman Catholic bishop of Viviers in France.
Montpellier Military man
American son of Dwight D. Eisenhower (d. 1921)
London, England -- Editor (Lvaggerier & Vagaries).
Senior bursar (Magdalen College Oxford)
American author and businesswoman (d. 2004).
British air marshal
St. Paul, Minnesota -- Actor (Guiding Light, Body Snatchers)
CEO (Coutis Bank)
18th Governor General of Australia (d. 1991).
Polish pianist composer and conductor (d.91)
18th Governor General of Australia, an Australian politician (d. 1991).
American actor and singer (d. 2014).
Belgian/French actor, onscreen beginning in 1931.
American actor, Gidget, at age 84 (born in 1912).
USA; actor (Russ Lawrence Gidget, Ann Sothern Show).
General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
French Trotskyist activist.
Angers, Belgium -- Actor ("Every Man is My Enemy")
Genelard Military man
Famous birthdays on September 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Polish architect and historian (d. 1966).
Polish architect (d. 1966).
American composer and songwriter of piano (d. 1979).
Le Perreux/Marne Writer
French, daughter Isadora Duncan & Gordon Craig. She drowned in a car accident on the 19th of April 1913 with her brother.
Los Angeles, California -- Actor. (Mission to Moscow. Son of Kong. King Kong).
British family. The daughter of Isadora Duncan, a dancer, and Gordon Craig, a designer, was born in the Netherlands after a labor lasting two days. Her brother Patrick and she drowned in the Seine on April 19, 2013, circa. After an accident in Paris, the car crashed into the Seine at 3:30 pm. Patrick, Isadora and a Parisian singer's son, …
American film producer, industrialist and aviator. Howard, aged 19, inherits $650,000 from his father's Hughes Tool Co. investment and the patent for the drill bit. Howard's estate was worth $2.5 billion at his time of death. In the 1930's, he set three world speed records and twice won the International Harmon Trophy, which is awarded annually to the best aviator …
Spanish-American biochemist and doctor, who was also joint winner of the 1959 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
Iranian politician and religious leader 1st Supreme Leader (d. 1989).
Iranian Islamic politician and religious leader (d. 1989).
American cartoonist (d. 555)