List of celebrities and famous people who were born on June 26th
Famous birthdays on June 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002005
Dutch princess, the second daughter of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima, and second in the line of succession to the Dutch throne.
of the Netherlands
American celebrity family: Matt Lauer's son, who is 43 years old, and Annette Roque Lauer (35), a Dutch-born model. The couple were eager to start their family from the moment they got married in 1998. Matt plans to be a fully involved dad.
Famous birthdays on June 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
English javelin thrower
American actress and singer. After starting her career with the Broadway musical 13 in which she was a star, Grande was cast as Cat Valentine in Nickelodeon's television series Victorious in 2009. The show was cancelled after three seasons. Grande starred in the spinoff Sam & Cat which ended in 2014. Grande has appeared in a variety of roles on …
Jennette McCurdy is an American actress and singer, best known for her role as Sam Puckett on the Nickelodeon TV show iCarly.
American notable family, third child of journalist Brian Karem (and his wife Pat). Brennan's father is the author of "Shield the Source", a crime book. Brennan is known for his aggressive style, insistent questioning, and is a well-known journalist.
Amanda Cerny is a social media influencer and comedian known for her popular Vine videos and her large following on platforms like Instagram and YouTube.
Martrel Reeves, known by his stage name Fat Trel, is an American rapper known for his mixtapes and collaborations with other artists.
Famous birthdays on June 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Chinese javelin thrower
American actor and stuntman (d. 2014.)
Belgian actress. She is a Belgian actress.
Japanese singer and model (AKB48).
French professional soccer/football player, of Algerian descent, who plays for the English club Manchester City. Although he is primarily an attacking midfielder and as a winger he has been used in central midfield.
Alizée Poulicek is a Belgian model and beauty queen who was crowned Miss Belgium in 2008.
American homicide victim of her father. She was the youngest of three children born to Ramon Salcido and Angela Salcido. Her mom had gone to a party and was in a rage when her dad returned home on the 4/14/1989. Her dad had cut her throats and left her three little girls' bodies at the dump.
Brazilian race car driver
Belgian beauty pageant contestant, who won Miss Belgium 2008 title and represented her country at Miss Universe 2008 in Nha Trang (Vietnam). At the last pageant, she was not placed. She represented Belgium at Miss World 2008 in Johannesburg (South Africa).
American baseball player.
Annaleigh Ashford is an American actress known for her work on Broadway and in television, including her Tony Award-winning performance in 'You Can't Take It with You'.
17th Karmapa Lama, Tibetan spiritual leader
American comedian, writer, and actress
French-Algerian female R&B singer and songwriter, best known as Indila. "Dernière Danse" (Last dance) released in December 2013 became a huge hit in France.
American basketball player
American basketball player.
Puerto Rican basketball player
American baseball player
Latvian figure skater
Trinidadian model actress and singer Miss Trinidad & Tobago Universe 2011
American basketball player
South African-English cricketer
Japanese sumo wrestler
Rai Rain is a musician known for their soulful vocals and captivating stage presence.
Slovak tennis player
Sheridan Smith is a British actress known for her work in television, film, and stage productions, including her roles in the TV series 'Gavin & Stacey' and the West End production of 'Legally Blonde'.
Damien Sargue is a French actor and singer known for his performances in musical theater, particularly for his role as Romeo in the French musical Roméo et Juliette: de la Haine à l'Amour.
Japanese singer and actress with a Japanese voice
Japanese baseball player
Sinik is a French rapper known for his introspective and socially conscious lyrics, and for being a prominent figure in the French hip-hop scene.
American actor from a prominent family. He is the son and producer of film Jack Schwartzman and actress Talia Shire, as well as a nephew and cousin to director Francis Ford Coppola and director Sofia Coppola.
Caen's goalkeeper for soccer/football, who is French.
Uday Kiran was an Indian actor known for his work in Telugu films.
French singer and rapper
Famous birthdays on June 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Ryan Tedder is an American musician, singer, and songwriter, best known as the lead vocalist of the pop rock band OneRepublic and for his songwriting and production work for various artists.
Japanese race car driver
Argentinian basketball player
American journalist, Doane, this handsome, young, blonde heart-throb to teens across the country, is the anchor for Channel One News. This show is seen daily by over 8 million children from 12,000 schools in the US.
Canadian canoe racer
Nadine Krüger is a German television presenter known for her work on various entertainment and lifestyle programs.
German handball player
American-Mexican actor and wrestler
American basketball player
French skipper and navigator.
Canadian ice hockey player
Zimbabwean sportscaster and cricketer
American football player
Canadian singer and actress
Manager and English footballer
WNBA forward (Phoenix Mercury).
American rapper and producer (Peace of Mind)
Pequanock (New Jersey) -- Shortstop (New York Yankees Rookie of the Year 1996).
American ex-professional baseball catcher who played from 1996 to 2010. He is the son Fred Kendall, a former Major League Baseball catcher who played in the majors starting in 1969aEUR"1980.
Jeff Cohen is an American actor best known for his role as Chunk in the 1985 film The Goonies.
American actor and sportscaster for wrestling
French actor, screenwriter, and director of Moroccan descent. Marie Trintignant was his mother. He lives with Anna Mouglalis. They have a daughter, Saul.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania -- Actor (Mark Winkle-California Dreams)
Finnish singer-songwriter and guitarist (Lordi)
Garou is a Canadian singer known for his powerful voice and performances in musical theater, particularly for his role as Quasimodo in the musical Notre-Dame de Paris.
Running back (Miami Dolphins).
Police officer and long jumper from Australia
Japanese volleyball player
Canadian singer widely known for his role of Quasimodo in "Notre-Dame de Paris", he began by covering Joe Cocker's songs in a bar. On 23 March 2014, he was the guest star of the French TV show "Vivement dimanche".
Italian Grand Prix motorcycle racing World Champion, and winner of the 2010 & 2012 World Superbike Championship. He has been a four-time winner of the 250cc World Championship and was runner up in the MotoGP and 500cc championships. He switched to the World Superbike Championship in 2007, finishing third as a rookie. In 2010, he won his first Superbike World …
English actress and model
NFL cornerback (Seattle Seahawks and Indianapolis Colts).
Montreal, Quebec -- 100m butterfly swim (1996 Olympics).
Chris O'Donnell is an American actor known for his roles in movies such as 'Scent of a Woman' and as Robin in the 'Batman' film series.
Paul Thomas Anderson is an influential American filmmaker known for his distinctive visual style and complex storytelling, with acclaimed films such as There Will Be Blood and Boogie Nights.
Nick Offerman is an American actor best known for his role as Ron Swanson on the television show Parks and Recreation.
American playwright and actor
American screenwriter and producer of director films
Murder Inc Records was co-founded by American record producer Murder Inc.
Zimbabwean footballer (d.2012)
Australian softball outfielder (1996 Olympics, Bronze Medalist).
Famous birthdays on June 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
English bass player and songwriter (Radiohead).
NFL tackle (Chicago Bears).
WLAF wide receiver (Amsterdam Admirals)
He was an Italian soccer/football player. He played for Milan between 1985 and 2009 and with the national teams of Italy from 1986 to 2002.
Japanese voice actor
NFL tight end (Denver Broncos, Super Bowl 32).
French politician, member of Socialist Party (PS), part of Party of European Socialists. Since 2 April 2014, he has been Minister for Education. From 2004 to 2009, he was a Member of the European Parliament of the East of France. He was the national secretary for Europe, and the spokesperson in France's socialist party. During the 2008 Reims Congress, he …
French screenwriter and director
American horse trainer
Atlanta, Georgia -- Actor (Ike McSwain-Young Riders)
French actor, humorist and film director, born to an Algerian Kabyle. He is best known for his performance in "Joyeux NoAl!" Guillaume Canet and "Bienvenue chez des "Ch'tis", a film that has attracted a large audience (25 million). He was inspired to name his stage after a character he saw in an American TV series, Daniel Boone.
American drummer (Kreator)
Japanese voice actress
Toronto, Ontario -- NHL goalie (Vancouver Canucks)
Isle West Middlesex (England) -- 1.5k / 5.k runner
Scotland, United Kingdom -- LPGA golfer (1995 Jamie Farr Toledo-3rd)
Finnish race car driver
Russian businessman and oligarch. Khodorkovsky was born in Moscow to an ordinary Soviet family. His parents were engineers and he grew up in a two-room apartment. His father is Jewish, and his mother is Christian. He was ambitious as a young Khodorkovsky. He achieved high grades. He was elected deputy head of Komsomol, the Communist Youth League, at his university, …
English pop singer/composer (The Sundays).
American game designer of Magic, the Gathering, a board game, was able to create a game that became so popular in Europe and the U.S. that hobby and gaming stores couldn't keep up with the demand. Wizards of the Coast, a small game-making business in Seattle that was just 12 people when Magic first appeared in stores in August 1993, …
American politician and economist
French singer, daughter of Giani Esposito and Pascale Petit (actors).
Denver, Colorado -- US diver (1992 Olympics)
NBA forward (Golden State Warriors, Sea Supersonics)
Ismaël Ferroukhi is a French film director known for his work on the film Le Grand Voyage.
British royalty. He is the older son of Prince Edward, Duke and Duchess of Kent's wife Katharine. He is the Earl of St Andrews, one his father's sub-titles that he holds as heir apparent of the Dukedom of Kent.
American film director and screenwriter
The English Prince Edward
American actress and singer (Berlin).
American cyclist who became the first American to win Tour de France 1986. Although his career was interrupted by an accident, he won the Tour de France again in 1989 and 1990. He holds several other championship titles. He denounced the use of performance-enhancing drugs in the sport and claimed that Lance Armstrong is not guilty of doping allegations. Floyd …
Albuquerque (New Mexico) -- Playmate of the year (Sept 1983) / actress
NFL defensive end (Denver Broncos - Super Bowl 32)
Irish politician, Deputy First Minister for Northern Ireland
American jazz guitarist (d. 1997)
Famous birthdays on June 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Canadian screenwriter and actor
Francis Magee is a TV actor known for his roles in popular shows such as Game of Thrones and EastEnders.
Joëlle Aubron was a French political activist and member of the far-left militant group Action Directe.
American bond trader for Cantor Fitzgerald, 104th floor. Killed in the attack on 9/11/2001 by an aircraft carrying terrorists. McCarthy was an entrepreneur when he attended Northwestern University. He had started his own livery company after high school. It was his business for eight years, and he received the certificate in 1998 to become a bond trader. His great smile …
Miami, Florida -- Murderer (FBI Most Wanted)
Italian TV journalist and actor in commercials. Magagnoli was featured in an advertisement on a well-known TV program in 1998.
Estonian singer/guitarist (Ultima Thule, Propeller).
Peruvian politician and lawyer, he was appointed Prime Minister of Peru in April 2015. From July 2012 to April 2015, he was the Minister of Defense.
Canadian politician and surgeon 31st Premiere of Quebec
German politician, previously with the conservative Christian Social Union party (CSU).
American singer-songwriter (Scandal)
English screenwriter and actor (d. 2007).
French actress and producer of film, she is best known as Commissaire Julie Lescaut, a leading role in the French police drama "Julie Lescaut", which ran from 1992 until 2013.
Chris Isaak is an American singer known for his hit song 'Wicked Game' and his smooth, crooning voice.
English colonel and politician
Temple, Texas -- MD / Astronaut (STS 55, 63)
Leader of South Africa (United Democratic Front)
Mick Jones is a British guitarist best known as a founding member of the rock band Foreigner.
Rhode Island, United States -- Fictional Identification of Prymaat ("Coneheads")
Brazilian actor and advertising poster boy of BomBril.
American actor, singer, and dancer (d. 2001).
Astoria, New York -- Opera singer / actor (Gangster Chronicles)
French astrologer and author of "Les Transits : La PrA(c),vision en Astrologie."
Scots restaurant critic who is very conscious of celebrity and style. He was dining with Joan Collins, actress in 1999. A restaurateur refused him service because he had railed against him in an earlier review.
American actor, singer, and director
German musicologist (music in the spheres), builder of musical instruments, professional Astrologer, Publisher: He created graphic planetary calendars as well as ascendant watches through his business, Verlag Peter Neubaecker. His speciality is the analogy between music and planetary movement. He is the author "Bilder zur Harmonik", 1988, "Himmelsmusik 1989, and "Harmonik und Symbolik", 1990.
Union, Mississippi -- Singer (Shenandoah Sunday in the South).
Manager and player from Scotland
Italian singer, keyboardist and main songwriter of the band Stadio.
American journalist and author
Italian film critic, essayist and television presenter.
Australian cricketer and manager (d. 2014.)
Portland, Oregon -- Rock vocalist / saxophonist (Quarterflash)
Loud, an American gay musician and TV personality was the first to openly identify as gay in 1973's documentary series "An American Family." Loud once stated, "Television killed my family."
Italian screenwriter for TV and films, co-author of "Drive-In," After receiving a degree from the Univ. in philosophy and letters, Ricci received a diploma in philosophy and letters. After graduating from the Univ. of Genoa with a degree in philosophy and letters, Ricci worked as a headmaster at a high school before becoming a cabaret performer. He was also the …
Estonian singer (d. 2014.)
French psychiatrist for the Court of Appeal
Famous birthdays on June 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Author and American dermatologist (d. 2015).
English singer-songwriter/producer (The Gun Baker Gurvitz Army, Three Man Army).
Woonsocket (Rhode Island) -- PGA golfer (1991 Memorial 64th).
American notable family, Jane Wyman and Ronald Reagan's daughter. She died prematurely at 08:45 pm the same day as her cardiac arrest.
London, England -- Actor (Masada).
American neuroscientist and Pharmacologist (d.2013)
Russian colonel and politician
German manager and footballer
American singer-songwriter, saxophonist, and flute player (d. 2014.)
A Russian Communist politician and military officer, Yeltsin was a general who faced him for the Russian presidency. He is a smooth operator and tells everyone what they want. He is supported mainly by rural workers and older people, but he appeals to nationalists as well with his anti-American views about Russia being in a war with the U.S.
American journalist and astrologer.
English singer and pianist (Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings).
American white man who was allegedly stabbed by Steven Burgess in April 2000.
American educator and author
Brazilian musician and politician, Brazilian Minister of Culture
American wrestler and manager
American professional wrestler manager
Brooklyn, New York -- Rocker
Alza, a pharmaceutical company's CEO and executive from America, is headed by Gerstel. Gerstel graduated from Stanford with a BS and MBA in Engineering.
Canadian academic and author
American actress, dancer and choreographer. She is well-known for her captivating presence on stage and uncanny ability attract and keep an audience. At age 11, she took dance lessons, followed by drama classes. She then majored at Sarah Lawrence College in dance. She created 13 pieces during her four-year tenure with Judson Dance Theater. Childs founded her own company with …
Missouri, USA; singer (5th Dimension - "One Less Bell").
Cinematographer (Taxi. Little Buddah. Dick Tracy).
Famous birthdays on June 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
(Sen-D–Virginia), / husband Lynda Bird Johnson
American politician who was the 64th Governor for Virginia between 1982 and 1986, and a United States senator from 1989 to 2001. He was the chairman of the Iraq Intelligence Commission in 2004.
American politician and sociologist 7th Governor of Hawaii
Jr. American singer (The 5th Dimension).
American academic climatologist
German figure skater (d. 2013)
Dutch entertainment journalist, gossip columnist and publisher.
American composer and bassist (The Jazz Messengers).
American physicist, academic Nobel Prize laureate (d.2013)
Thai actor and director
Baron Maclennan, Rogart Scottish politician
American basketball player, he played for 15 seasons between 1958 and 1973, including many all-star games.
Nigerian general (d. 2014)
American poet and author
Cardinal Archbishop Montreal
American singer (Passion)
Italian race car driver
Germany -- Actor (Witness. Target. Iceman. Forced March).
British journalist (d. 1965)
Tunney; American politician (Representative/Senator-Democrat-California).
American politician who became interested in politics after his participation in the Kennedy campaign in 1968. He moved to California and opened a law firm. In 1971, he became the youngest senator in the country at 36 years old.
American composer and pianist
French criminal lawyer who was president of the National Council of Lawyers. His firm focuses on civil cases and defends the interests of insurance companies.
World-recognized Italian conductor who can conduct all the music from memory. He is the permanent conductor and musical director at Teatro Alla Scala, Milan. He is also the principal guest conductor for the London Symphony, and is often a guest conductor for the New York, Chicago and Cleveland orchestras.
American baseball player (Born 1933).
American administrator and CEO of Burlington Northern (a passenger and shipping railroad) Grinstein is a charismatic boss who was previously an airline executive. He received his BA degree from Yale and an LLB at Harvard.
British writer. He was a prodigy and held many jobs as a child, including one as a postman. While writing in his spare moments, he also worked as a journalist. His first book, "The Outsider", was published at the age of 25. His book, "The Outsider", was a huge success and was immediately hailed as a work of genius. His …
France sport Champion
British Secretary (Department of Transport).
Scottish composer, arranger and bandleader for the BBC. Deuchar began his career as a jazz trumpeter in 1950. He was a member the Johnny Dankworth Seven, and from 1957-1971, he traveled with big bands across Europe and the U.S. due to his reputation.
American wrestler and trainer (d.2013)
Netherland Antilles -- Conductor/pianist / composer
Famous birthdays on June 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
President of Italy (1985-)
American illustrator and graphic designer
CEO (Euro Ethnological Research Center, Edinburgh).
Author and photographer from Latvia (d. 2013).
French journalist, media owner, CEO of the largest regional newspaper Ouest-France.
The Dutch pro-astrologer and author "Spiegelpunten", (= mirror points), is well-known in the Netherlands. He illustrated the inner meaning of a Horoscope according his philosophy. Jong died in June 1992 in Roosendaal.
Australian soprano singer. She was a professional since her debut in 1949, when she placed third in the Sydney Sun Aria contest. Bronhill, a name she adopted from her birthplace, won the contest in the following year and continued her training abroad. The soprano auditioned in London for Sadler's Wells, where she sang in "Marriage of Figaro", and "Die Fledermaus." …
Canadian politician and lawyer. From 1971 to 1985, he was the tenth Premier in Alberta as a Progressive Conservative.
French priest, an ecclesiastic and Roman Catholic priest, serving the Kingersheim community, France. On 12/19/1996, David Oberdorf, a mechanic who lived close to the presbytery, stabbed Pere Uhl to death while under the influence of a aEUR~aEUR(tm)satanic flash.aEUR(tm)aEUR(tm) The priest's body was discovered on 12/20/1996, 3:00 PM, with a total of 33 knife wounds.
Pennsylvania, USA; composer (Animus II Auerole).
American CEO and executive in charge of Commerce Clearing House. This is a legal and computer publishing and legal services company. Merrill holds a BA and BB degree in administration and merchandise marketing.
American composer and academic (d. 1996).
American film director Al Pacino made a strong impact with his second film "The Panic in Needle Park", which was released in 1971. Al Pacino starred in "Scarecrow" in 1973. It won the Golden Palm Award at Cannes Film Festival 1973. The Univ. Schatzberg, a former fashion photographer and director for TV commercials was educated at the Univ. His debut …
French actor who was an adventurer as a child, became a favorite actor of director Marcel CarnA (c) starting in 1950.
France sport Champion
CEO (Reed International)
The father of international business is a British economist. His first book, American Investment in British Manufacturing Industry (1958), was the foundation of international business. One year after being diagnosed, he died January 29, 2009.
Canadian poet and author (d.2011)
American entertainer who went by the stage name Aggie
USSR -- Cosmonaut, Voskhod II
Russian soldier pilot and astronaut (d. 1970).
German chess player (d.2006)
Italy sport Champion
British keeper of the privy purse
Author and philosopher of Greek-French origin (d. 2010).
Bandleader ( Orch)
American murderer (Born 1923)
German conductor (d. 2014.)
German screenwriter, actor, and director, who passed away in Munich on the 5th of July 2011.
American actress, whose beauty was first discovered by a talent scout at Pasadena's playhouse. Technicolor was a great medium for her fiery red hair. She worked in bits and second leads in the 1940s, with a peak in the 1950s and 1960s. Parker's film career was replete with Academy Award nominations, critical acclaim, and many other accolades. She decided to …
American actress who started her career as a dancer. She was 19 when she got a contract with MGM. From there, she began to appear in films as a dancer. She was injured in her leg and decided to try acting, but she couldn't break into the top 10.
French composer, perhaps most well-known for his work on the three Asterix films Asterix The Gaul, Asterix and Cleopatra and The Twelve Tasks of Asterix.
American author (d. 1989)
American make-up artist (d. 2014)
British secret agent during World War II.
American Marines earned the Medal of Honor for Heroism by the Medal of Honor.
High court judge
Canadian-American baseball player manager, and sportscaster (d. 2014.)
Famous birthdays on June 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American academic and political scientist (d. 2003).
British attorney general (Ewell).
American psychotherapist and author (d.88)
Israeli sculptor. He was one the Canaanite Movement's pioneer sculptors. Later, he joined the "Ofakim Hadashim (New Horizons), group.
Italian actor and singer (d.2010)
Christian socialist / Co-operator
France Military man
Canadian writer and astrologer who joined AFA in 1977. He was a member for ten consecutive years. He is the author of "Astrological degrees of life", which provides 360 interpretations for each degree of a zodiac.
American poet and author (d. 2013).
Shot to death at a NYC restaurant by an organized-crime chief
German-French operatic Tenor, who was the most prominent Wagnerian Tenor of the '50s & '60s. He was a regular in the major European opera houses, and was also with Covent Garden in 2005 and the Met in 1957. Windgassen was born in 1941. He sang the leading roles with Stuttgart opera from 1945-1972.
French Army officer who specialized in counter-insurgency during Algeria's War of Independence. Argoud's opposition against Algerian independence from France led to his joining the Organisation de l'ArmA (c)e SecrA"te and supporting its use of violence to oppose this policy.
American scientist who was assigned to the undersea warfare research during World War II. He earned his Ph.D. from Yale in 1938. He was Head of the Astronomy Dept at Princeton in 1947. He was elected to the National Academy of Science in 1952. He was Project Matterhorn's director from 1953 to 1961. Spitzer was a tireless advocate for space …
American police shoot victim (Born 1914).
Martinique-born poet. He was educated at Paris. He and Suzanne Roussi, his compatriot, returned to Martinique two years after their 1937 wedding. They became teachers. They founded a literary journal where fellow literati could publish and review their work in 1941. Cesaire was a leader of the NA(c),gritude movement. It focused thematically on African roots in colonies and sparked light …
Port Arthur, Texas -- Hurdler (1932 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
English computer scientist and physicist (d.2010)
French Martinican poet, politician (d.2008)
Italian actor who died in Rome, 6 April 1980.
Norwegian pictorial artist. Her pictures lack political or external drama, with few exceptions. Amund Raknerud was her husband.
Babe Zaharias was a legendary golfer known for her exceptional athletic abilities and for breaking barriers as a female athlete in a male-dominated sport.
Professor (Introduction to Legal Reasoning).
Polish pilot and engineer (d.2009)
Norwegian composer, pianist, educator, and organist. He is a leader in Norwegian church music. He was a concert organizer at home and abroad. He also supervised several performances of older music for the first time. He was an assistant professor at The Norwegian Academy of Music 1973-1981 and taught church music at Oslo Conservatory of Music 1935-1973. He was made …
Actor in Italian films, who appeared in 35 films from 1944 to 1987.
American athlete known as the greatest woman athlete in history, as a golfer, in the hurdle and javelin throw, basketball, baseball, football, pocket billiards and tennis, some boxing and swimming events. She authored "This Life I've Led," published in 1956, the year before her death. She is sometimes referred to as Babe Didrikson Zaharias.
Australian security chief
Famous birthdays on June 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Her better known name was Cota Carvallo, or Carvallo Carlota nuA+-ez by Stuart Nunez, writer and literary critic. She was also one of the first Peruvian women painters. She is also a teacher and journalist. Her work as an artist won many awards, including as a poet and songwriter, playwright, and prolific writer of children’s literature. Adam Martin was a …
French painter. He was a representative of Sacred Art and a member of the new Paris School. He died 6 December 1996.
Elvis Presley's manager
Dutch-American called "Colonel Tom Parker", who was Elvis Presley's personal manger from 1956 to 1977. He is known as the man who created the Elvis Presley legend.
German-American Disney animator, director, and producer (Born in 1909)
Germany Military man
Netherlands -- Manager Elvis Presley
German nazi military, waffen Ss., responsible of numerous war crimes against Greek civilians during 1944. On 11 February 1945, he was shot to death in Budapest.
Chilean physician, 29th President of Chile. He was the first Marxist leader to be elected democratically in Latin America. His suicide occurred during a military coup that took place on September 11, 1973.
1973) (d. 1973)
American baseball player (Born in 1907)
Italian singer, actor and director. He was the winner of "Successor To Valentino" contest and he went to Hollywood.
German poet and author of poetry and plays as well as novels. Just a few days prior to his 64th birthday, he died June 29, 1970.
American sculptor and educator (d.2008)
British Director of Education (Derbyshire).
Netherlands -- Resistance fighters in France
American illustrator and author (d. 1985).
Hungarian actor on stage, TV and film, as well screenwriter and director. Lorre was a bank clerk in Vienna and received stage training. His first appearance in Zurich was in Zurich. He was virtually unknown after seven years of stage work in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Then came a few supporting roles in German films.
Canadian astronomer (d. 1951).
Canadian astronomer and academic (d. 1951).
Belgian poet, journalist and writer. He died on the 19th of June 1977.
President (Venice in Peril Fund).
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 1958).
French lawyer, attorney general.
Swiss educator and tenor (d. 2010).
Writer dies at 92
Rotterdam (Holland) -- Conductor/pianist (Antonia).
Engineer/manufacturer/CEO (Lear Jet Corp.)
Swiss Tenor (d.2010)
American Lieutenant Colonel and politician, 1st Secretary of the Air Force United States (d. 1988).
American Astrologer, Iowa, 1939.
Dutch water color painter / cartoonist