List of celebrities and famous people who were born on July 26th
Famous birthdays on July 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002007
American family legend, first child of Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber, British actress.
Famous birthdays on July 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Japanese actress and singer
American homicide victim. She was nearly six years old when she was abducted kicking and screaming by a man while playing outside her Stanton, CA home. He claimed he wanted to find his dog. It happened on 7/15/2002. The child's naked, bruised body was found lying in a provocative manner not far from the highway. It was also strangled and …
Estonian tennis player
Finnish tennis player
American singer and actress
Fijian rugby player
Canadian ice hockey player
Famous birthdays on July 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Venezuelan model Miss World 2011
Soap Opera Actress
Greek singer and santouri musician
A mass shooting occurred at Umpqua Community College near Roseburg, Oregon on October 1, 2015. Christopher Sean Harper-Mercer was the shooter. He was an undergraduate in the writing class, where he killed several victims. He also worked as a production assistant for an upcoming college play.
Japanese actress and dancer (AKB48, Diva).
Canadian ice hockey player
American fashion blogger, model, designer
Indian model and actress
Japanese actress and model
American screenwriter and producer of actor directors
American baseball player
American football player
Chinese actress and singer
South African hip-hop musician
French rugby player
German singer and actress
Israeli-German singer-songwriter (Bro'Sis)
American basketball player
Russian singer and actress
Screenwriter and actor from Australia
Canadian guitarist/producer (Sum 41 Brown Brigade, Organ Thieves).
American football player
American singer and actress
South Korean actor and singer
Famous birthdays on July 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
French race horse trainer, harnessed trot driver, and jockey. He has won the Prix d'AmA(c),rique three times - on Meaulnes du Corta (2009), and on Ready Cash (2011), 2012. He won his 1000th win on June 4, 2009.
German figure skater and actress
French victim of homicide, 14 years old, was killed by Lysian, her psychiatrist father. Lysian then shot himself to death.
She was a French actress, of Corsican heritage. In 1996 she was named Miss Corsica. Jocelyn Quivrin was her French actor husband. Charlie was born 18 March 2009. Six months later Jocelyn was killed in a car accident. She is also well-known for her ability to play the piano and attended Bill Evans Piano Academy.
German figure skater
Russian coach and ice dancer
French professional footballer, a soccer player.
An English politician and accountant Secretary of State for Environment Food and Rural Affairs
NBA forward (Golden State Warriors)
Canadian poker player
NBA forward (Dallas Mavericks)
New Zealand rugby player and coach
Mexican transsexual pornographic actress
Japanese family of distinction as the brother to Princess Kiko, a commoner who married Prince Fumihito Akishino. Shu is six years older than his sister.
American blogger and TV host
An Australian sportsman and commentator, who was a former professional Australian rules soccer player, coach, and commentator. He is best known as the Collingwood Football Club captain in the Australian Football League. He is currently the Collingwood Football Club's senior coach.
CFL slot back (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)
Italian soccer player in the A Series for the Juventus team. His name meant "lucky", but he was diagnosed with leukemia in May 1994. After two unsuccessful bone transplants, Fortunato died in Perugia on April 25, 1995, age 23.
American serial killer (d.2014)
TV Show Host
CFL defensive back (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)
Coach and cricketer from Bangladesh
American singer-songwriter and violinist (The dambuilders Those Bastard Souls and Antony and the Johnsons).
CFL defensive back (Hamilton Tiger Cats)
Famous birthdays on July 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
St. Louis, Missouri -- PGA golfer (1994 NIKE Dakota Open)
British athlete, who won her first race at 15 in the 100m at Junior National Games despite being born with spina bifurca and in a wheelchair.
Fontana, California -- Infielder (Florida Marlins)
NFL defensive tackle (Washington Redskins).
He was a French actor and writer. In the 1990s, he played a major role in the French television series "The Judge is A Woman". He was then a star in "Taxi", a series of movies produced by Luc Besson (1,2,3, and 4) that he enjoyed great success. They have a son after being married to Gwendoline, a French actress.
French director and actor
Retired French racing cyclist.
Academic and biologist from Scotland
Italian player in a basketball team, Italian Nationales. They won the European Silver Medal in Rome June 1995.
American professional wrestler (d.2003)
Footscray, Victoria -- Australasia golfer
American athlete, tight end.
Actress (As The World Turns).
Australian surfer, also known as "The Queen Of Australian Surfing"
American actress and producer. John W. Bullock, her father (born 1925), was an American Army employee and part time voice coach. Her mother, Helga Mathilde Meier (1942aEUR") was a German-born singer and teacher of voice. Bullock also has a younger sister, Gesine Bullock -Prado. She was previously vice-president at Fortis Films and is now a Vermont pastry chef.
German designer and painter
Arizona, USA; guitarist (Danger Danger - "Screw It").
French homicide. She was the mistress of Degoul and helped him to kill his wife on 1/30/1985.
Sweden -- Cyclist (1983 Ruffles tour of Texas)
Irish fiddler (Altan), singer
Irish fiddler and singer (Altan T with String Sisters and Maggies).
Tampa, Florida -- Infielder (San Diego Padres)
Russian jumper (world Record 1988)
American singer-songwriter (Extreme Van Halen Tribe of Judah, Hurtsmile).
English keyboard player and songwriter (Swing Out Sister, A Certain Ratio).
French politician and member of the National Assembly of France. She is a representative of Marne and a member the Union for a Popular Movement.
French singer, whose angelic voice first became known when he sang solo in many church choirs. To improve his singing technique, he studied at the Colmar conservatory.
East Chicago, Indiana -- [Olympics 1980, 84]
San Clemente, California -- Kayak (1996 Olympics)
Famous birthdays on July 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American actor. He won the Oscar for best actor in 2000. He began his career on Broadway in the early 1980s. His Broadway revival of "The Iceman Cometh" was his greatest success.
American serial killer (Born 1959).
American journalist and author
French soccer commentator on French television.
American basketball player (d.2013)
German DR, long jumper / pentathlete (1980 Olympics – 4th Place).
Canadian classical pianist
Actor and martial artist from Hong Kong
Schenectady (New York) -- Wrestling (1984 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
Brisbane, Queensland -- Australasia Golfer
Actress (Deep Space 9).
American producer and writer for television
English singer-songwriter and musician (Bauhaus Tones of Tail and Love and Rockets).
American intersex photographer, whose work includes performance, installation and film. He interrogates gender performance on many levels, particularly the performance masculinity and feminine.
American champion figure skater and winner of the 1976 Olympic Gold Medal. Skating was her passion since she was a child. She won the U.S. titles of 1974, 1975, and 1976 thanks to her hard work and dedication. As the successor to Peggy Fleming, she impressed the skating community. Hamill capitalized her Olympic fame through television commercials and by traveling …
English screenwriter and producer
USA; ice figure skater (Olympic-gold-1976).
Bogota (Colombia) -- Actor (Capitol Jimmy- General Hospital).
French lawyer based in Paris. Karim Achoui's associate.
Latvian coach and footballer
American tennis player and coach
Young Adult Author
United States -- Sci fi author (Hugo Sword of Bheleu).
New York, USA; tennis star in Australia 1987
American voice actress
German manager and footballer
American classical guitarist
English academic and psychologist
USSR -- Relay runner (1980 Olympics - Silver Medalist)
Glendale, California -- CEO of Intuit-Quicken
North Carolina, USA; Lieutenant Colonel / astronaut.
Richmond, Virginia -- PGA golfer (1994 Kemper Open-2nd)
Canadian-American ice hockey player (d.2011)
British actress who has been acting in films since childhood. She was the daughter of a saxophonist and a showgirl. She made her debut at age four and began playing in the London theatre at 12. She has been a leading role in American and British films that emphasize her nymphetsexuality since the late 1960s. Her American films include "The …
English judge and lawyer
American race car driver (d. 90)
Dutch Astrologer. He worked from primary directions and developed original techniques. He was the author of "Astrology and Homosexuality" (1979/1983/1985) which has lots of gay/lez/male-to-female transsexual charts, and he's quick to declare his heterosexuality in the book.
Famous birthdays on July 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Thai politician and businessman 23rd Prime Minster of Thailand
South african/irish musician/conductor, pianist, and experimental composer new simplicity
Tennessee, USA; Captain US Navy/astronaut (STS-27, 41).
German figure skater
Czech guitarist and songwriter (Energit & Framus Five).
Bulgari -- Bantam Weight (1972, 1976 Olympics - Gold Medalist).
French trade unionist, former secretary general of the union CFDT and first woman to head a French trade union.
British psychic surgeon and healer. He is a devotee of Sai Baba and receives around 50 visitors per day. A team of spirit helpers assists him. Consultations last approximately ten minutes, and many people experience paranormal manifestations of light radiations, spiritual upliftment and love vibrations.
Chief Constable (Lancashire)
French antiques expert, specializing in objets d'art.
Spanish race car driver
Vice-Chancellor (Sunderland University)
British actress and winner of a variety of awards. She is best known for portraying Jane Tennison, a complex detective. Mirren, who was made a Dame in the Queen Elizabeth's honour, won an Academy Award, four SAG Awards and BAFTAs, Golden Globes, Emmy Awards and a Golden Globes for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II.
Italian entrepreneur who founded Armani Spa. His death was attributed to AIDS.
Margot Fonteyn, a British dance teacher, has died.
Maryland, USA; actress (Bracken’s World, Planet of the Apes).
French filmmaker, screenwriter, and director.
Actor (Det LaRue Hill Street Blues), is killed by cancer at 46
French business leader and senior official, former president of Agence France-Presse 2000-2005
British singer, songwriter, actor and musician. He is best known for being the lead vocalist of the Rolling Stones and founding member. He is one of the most prominent pop stars and has been featured in more than 20 movies, many of which are based on his life. Jagger, in addition to touring and releasing albums with The Stones has …
American cinematographer and screenwriter for director screens
American basketball player who played for five NBA and ABA sides between 1964-71.
Slovakia's first Prime Minister is a Slovakian politician
Slovakian politician, 1st & 3rd Prime Ministers of Slovakia
French painter, received title peintre de la marine in 1989.
Texas, USA; singer (In Crowd).
Belgian race car driver
Nashville, Tennessee -- Country singer / songwriter (Sunny)
Louisiana, USA; rocker ("Gimme Little Sign").
American actress and singer
American aide to Robert F. Kennedy (d. 1969).
American producer and singer (d. 2011).
American drowning victim 7/18/1969 R.F. Kennedy's government employee. Kennedy. She was a passenger in Senator Ted Kennedy's car when it fell off a bridge and into a tidal lake at Chappaquiddick. The Senator was cleared of any manslaughter charges by later investigation.
Greek actor and singer
He died in selfless service to his wife, French accidental death. His wife Nicole and he were on a Costa Concordia cruise when the ship hit a reef off the coast in Tuscany, Italy. He was a strong swimmer and refused to wear a life vest, which were not in stock. His wife, who was unable to swim, was given …
Baron Mawhinney, an Irish politician and academic Secretary of State for Transport
Canadian ice hockey player
Famous birthdays on July 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Australian politician and attorney, Prime Minister in 1996. He was a member of a Sydney law company and entered politics in 1974 as the Liberal MHR For Bennelong. He also served in the Fraser Government. He was elected Treasurer on 11/18/1977 and, on 9/05/1085, he defected to Andrew Peacock to become the Party's leader. On 4/24/1987, he left the National …
American photographer who is known for his work in Hollywood. He photographs movie stills and works as a freelancer at studios.
American football player. Defensive tackle for the Dallas Cowboys, 1961-1974.
Japanese poet and author (d.2011)
Welsh academic and physician
French psychoanalyst and neuropsychiatrist. He was appointed as an assistant researcher at the Marseilles Faculty of Medicine in 1971. He continued his work at the Knowledge Processing Laboratory until 1989. As a consultant to World Health Organization in Paris and Brussels, and as Director for the Scientific Committee of many congresses including those hosted by the CNRS (1985-1986, 1987), he …
French business leader who was the liquidator of Eurl de Plas Conseil, his financial services company.
Japanese volleyball player and coach (d.2012)
Manager and English footballer
English singer and actress
NYC, New York -- Actress Kim Hughes-As The World Turns
Francois, social and cultural historian from France. Widely recognized as one the most respected experts on France's cultural history during the Ancien RA(c).
French ecclesiastic and Roman Catholic Cardinal
American football player
Puerto Rican composer and guitarist (d. 2012).
American chemical engineer and CEO of Calgon Carbon, a water purification and food processing company. McConomy holds a BS degree in Chemical Engineering. He is interested in merchandise marketing and technical engineering.
American actor and producer (d.2012)
English actor and screenwriter (d.2015)
Russian motorcycle racer (d. 2007)
Norwegian journalist, sports commentator and host of a TV show for NRK (the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation).
Brazilian footballer and manager (d.2006)
Brazilian football player and manager (d. 2006).
Japan -- Gymnist (1956-60 Olympics - Gold Medalist).
Managing-director (Mary Quant)
Brazilian politician and lawyer (d. 2014).
Famous birthdays on July 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
In 2012, a pianist and educator from Bulgarian-French
Humorist (Playboy satire Award 1966-67, 1969)
Canadian politician and lawyer 34th Canadian Minister for Justice
American manager, boxer, and talent scout. The patriarch of Jackson's family
Bulgaria; pianist (Levintritt-1948).
American screenwriter, director, producer, cinematographer and editor. Much of his work was done in the United Kingdom. Many consider him to be one of the greatest film directors of all time. His films are often adaptations of short stories or novels. They are known for their "dazzling" cinematography and attention to detail. Kubrick's films included a wide range of genres …
French-American director and photographer
Italian politician who established a transitional centerist government that unified various parties in 1979. Trade unions pressured him at the end 1979 for his plans to change Italy's inflationary wage system.
Welsh author (d. 2004)
Canadian politician and lawyer 10th Premier of Alberta (d.2012)
Baroness Oppenheim - Barnes English politician
A Space Odyssey, Dr Strangelove, Lolita).
English race car driver (d. 1955)
Pakistani fiction writer and Urdu poet (Born 1928)
Polish composer (Giocosa)
CEO (Charterhouse Japhet)
American politician and lawyer, admitted to the California Bar by him in 1951. He established a private practice and was elected to the California Congress 1960-1962.
Actress (Saint Reunion, Ulysses, Reunion)
Indiana, USA; actor
French actor, comedian, mime, director, Jewish.
Italy sport Champion
American physicist (d. 2015).
Spanish academic and author (d. 2014).
Polish-born Swedish researcher, doctor, politician, and survivor of the concentration camp (d. 2000).
South African Umkhonto we Sizwe - Commandant
Director of Prison Medical Services (Home Office).
Illinois, USA; orchestra leader (Pearl Bailey Show).
French ballet director and master. As a teacher and director, he worked with many European companies including the Dutch National Ballet.
American professional astrologer, for 25 years. He was also the founder father of NCGR. He was a Brown graduate and a high school science and math teacher. He was also a gentlemanly courtier. He was an astrologer and wrote many articles that reflect his interest in Uranian and medical astrology. He also lectured on Mundane. He was Editor of "Astrological …
Maltese actor and tenor (Born 1923)
American baseball player and coach (d.2002)
American screenwriter and producer (d. 2010).
American actor who appeared in more than 170 films over a forty-year career. He was awarded Best Actor Oscars for "All the President's Men", and "Julia." His first love was the stage. He loved it more than life.
American Major League Baseball pitcher, most well-known for his knuckleball.
Multi-media comedian and writer from America. He is fluent in storytelling and radio raconteur and has been performing on multiple media for more than two decades. He is the author of many books and articles for various magazines. He also produced the television series and screenplay for "A Christmas Story", a classic MGM movie. He hosted numerous radio shows. His …
Austrian-born theoreticist (Born in 1921)
Italy sport Champion
American baseball manager and player (d. 2012).
American football coach and player (d. 1983).
Ch?lons sur Marne physician
Famous birthdays on July 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
British independent scientist, futurologist, and environmentalist who lives in Devon, England. His most famous contribution is the Gaia hypothesis. This theory states that the biosphere can regulate its environment to maintain a healthy planet.
French fighter pilot ace, an aviator.
American singer and actress (d. 1986).
American singer and actress (d. 2015).
American major general.
England, United Kingdom -- Double Sculls (1948 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
American singer (d. 2014)
Sweden -- Soccer player (1948 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Brazilian archbishop (d. 2013)
American actor and physician (d. 2013).
German Nazi and Murder Victim (d. 1932).
American baseball player (d. 1968).
American trumpeter and leader of big bands (Born 1914).
American soldier lawyer and politician 34th Governor Florida (d. 2002).
United States -- Flyweight boxer (1932 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
Hong Kong lawyer and politician, Hong Kong Banker (d. 2012).
American fiction writer, non-fiction and paperback author. He also writes about sex, shock, radio scripts, and TV presentations. He was a columnist in the Hollywood Reporter, and a public representative at Warner Brothers Studios. Guild is the author of "Hollywood Screwballs", 1962.
Italian soccer coach and player. He died 16 March 1965.
Scottish musician, bandleader, and DJ. Elrick, a drummer since 1935, joined Henry Hall and the BBC Dance Orchestra. He was a singer and achieved great success with "The Music Goes Round And Around".
Famous birthdays on July 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Actress (Ethel Mertz - I Love Lucy), dies at 67 from cancer
Dutch actress (Dijntje & Trijntje).
French diplomat, politician, French representative at U.N. security Council, French ambassador to Argentina and mayor of Cannes between 1959-1968.
Baron Thorneycroft English politician and lawyer Chancellor of Exchequer
Luxembourgian sculptor (Born 1908)
Actor from France, who died in Rome (Italie) on 30/12/82 at the age of 70.
French physician, who specializes in dermatology, venereology, and radiology.
French poet, teacher, existentialist, and philologist.
Italian-Irish dancer, Nora Barnacle, wife of James Joyce, Irish writer and muse.
Hungary -- Gymnist (1932 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
French actor, who appeared in 30 films from 1934 to 1957. He is most well-known for his role as the lead in Bob le flambeur (1956).
German-Polish lieutenant (d. 1943)
H?rouvillette Military man
Polish agent of Intelligence (d. 433)
A French soldier in World War II who was a member the resistance, was awarded the title of 'Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English : Companion to the Liberation).
American politician, a Democratic U.S. In 1948, Senator from Tennessee, he headed the Crime Investigation Committee 1950-1951 and was a candidate for Vice President under the Adlai Stevenson ticket in 1956.
Allentown, Pennsylvania -- Conductor (Bell Telephone Hour).
American comedian and actress (Born 1895).
Zawiercie (Poland) -- Actor (Highway to Heaven).
American actor (d. 1991).