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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on November 26th

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on November 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

  • Indian terrorist attack by gunmen believed to be outsiders. After 60 hours of carnage and fire, 195 people were killed, and another 300 were wounded. Indian police killed 10 terrorists and set fire to the city.


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on November 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

  • French student, born to parisian pharmacist and Italian mother, was raped by Mathieu Moulinas while attending the same school (private, protestant).

  • Vine Star

  • French singer-actress and actress, best known for her role as "La Famille BA(c),lier" (2014). She won the Cesar award for most promising actress. She released her second album in 2015.

  • Monaco royalty, Prince Louis, is the son of Princess Stephanie's former bodyguard Daniel Ducruet. Prince Louis, Prince Albert, Princess Caroline, and their two sons, Andrea, and Piere, are in the line for succession. His parents were married on 7/01/1995, but he and his wife divorced on 12/03/1996.

  • Prince/Son of Princess Stephanie and Daniel Ducrut


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on November 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on November 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • He was an Italian cyclist racer and finished second at the 2005 Tour de France behind Lance Armstrong. He announced that he had testicular cancer and he would be retiring from the Tour de France in 2015.

  • American football player

  • American baseball player

  • Scottish canoe racer

  • Actress

  • Palestinian-American hip hop/rap artist, DJ, and producer

  • He is a Swiss philosopher and writer, well-known for being strangled by his ombilical cordon. He was a specialist in Greek philosophy and wrote the best-selling "Eloge de la faiblesse" (1999). Corine is his wife, with whom he has three children.

  • French Canadian figure skater

  • Columbus, Ohio -- Actress (Lap Dancing and Vamp)

  • American-British basketball star, who was once a guard for the Cleveland Cavaliers. John was born in England and began his sports career as a promising rugby player. But one visit to the basketball court changed his life forever. Amaechi, a 16-year-old overweight teenager, was the laughing stock of his schoolyard jokes. John was playing rugby at the local club when …

  • American basketball player: Supersonics guard

  • CFL offensive linebacker (Montreal Alouettes).

  • Radio host and comedian from Australia

1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on November 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • NFL kicker (Oakland Raiders and Chicago Bears).

  • Swiss ski racer. She is the country's most successful alpine ski racer, the third-most successful female ski racer (after Annemarie Moer-PrAPll) and was named "Swiss Sportswoman of the Century".

  • NFL linebacker (Houston Oilers).

  • American actress. She is most well-known for her role as Liza Colby Chandler, in "All My Children" (1981-1984). She was also a regular in the series "Santa Barbara" (1991 aEUR) and "The "Guiding Light" (1993-1995). The blue-eyed blonde joined "Children" in 1995. She has also appeared in TV productions.

  • Cobra Beer was founded by Baron Bilimoria, an Indian-English businessman.

  • Wrestler

  • Sudbury, Ontario -- NHL center (Buffalo Sabres, Colorado Avalanche)

  • American professional wrestler


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on November 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • American professional astrologer, who works full-time on telephone consultations, counseling clients, and writing columns and article. "User-Friendly Astrology" was her first book, published in November 1995. Her second book, Astrology for the Light Side of the Brain, was published in November 1997. It quickly rose to the top of the ASC bestseller list. "Astrology For the Light Side of the …

  • Politician

  • Cuban-American sculptor

  • American race car driver on NASCAR's circuit. He is the 1999 Nascar Winston Cup Series champion. Jason, his son, is also a racer.

  • A Saudi Arabian-British politician, a member of Parliament returning at the General Election 6/11/1978.

  • Dutch poet "Man and his Bag"

  • Canadian screenwriter and producer of actor producers

  • Ilona Staller

    After campaigning naked, the Hungarian-Italian pornostar was elected to the Italian parliament. As a spy for the Hungarian secret service, she used sex to obtain secrets from visiting American politicians. According to her autobiography, "Confessions," the episode lasted only a few days before ending with the man's suicide. She quit parliamentary politics in March 1999.

  • Italian porno actress and politician

  • French engineer geologist working for Areva (Niger), taken hostage by AQIM on 16 September 2010. He is accompanied by three others.

  • American cultist who is second in command to Appelwhite within the Heaven's Gate mystical cult. She described her relationship with Appelwhite as "as close to a marriage, except the physical part." She gave up all her talents to the cult, including her love of cooking and her intellect as well as her order sense. She was the founder of Heaven's …


1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on November 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • He was an American professional baseball player who played for five teams between 1968 and 1985. He was a National League rookie with a.301 record and was a third baseman for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1969. He was with the Pirates for seven more years, where the team won five division titles. He played first base for the Philadelphia Phillies …

  • Journalist

  • Susanne Zenor

    American actress

  • American football player

  • Baseball player

  • British politician who served in the International Dept. Labour Party Headquarters 1969-1972. She was elected Member of Parliament at the General Election 6/11/1987. She was a researcher assistant and lecturer on French at the University of Bath 1972-1976, and a resident tutor/lecturer in French and Politics at Durham 1977-1979.

  • Con man and politician from Portugal. This child was one of 14 children in his family and had only completed fourth grade. He worked as a resin tapper up to the age of 15. He became a manager in his family's business after becoming a clerk at the store. He was a clever, hardworking young man who managed a sawmill …

  • American actor

  • Texas, United States -- Rocker (Supremes)

  • Bruce Paltrow

    American film and television producer (Born 1943).

  • (Rep-D-Wisconsin, 1984- )

  • English disc-jockey

  • Norway: NFL place kicker (Kansas City Chiefs).

  • Author and academic English historian

  • Italian mathematician, academic

  • The 53rd Yokozuna, a Japanese sumo wrestler (Born in 1940).

  • French translator, author, and second daughter of Jacques Lacan, the famous psychoanalyst, and his first wife Marie-Louise Blondin. Sibylle was a translator of Russian, English and Spanish, as well as an author. In 1994, Sibylle published "Un PA"re, a short book about her father.

1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on November 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • Tina Turner

    American singer, with immense energy and talent. She also has world-class legs. In 1956, she married Ike Turner and began her career in music with Ike and "The Kings of Rhythm". From 1956 to 1976, they released "Ike and Tina Turner Revue." Their first album was "Fool in Love," 1960.

  • Malaysian politician and civil servant 5th Prime Minister of Malaysia

  • American naval officer. He was the first enlisted American to attain the title of Chief of Naval Operations. This honor was awarded to him in April 1994. He was a man whose life revolved around the navy and who cared about his fellow sailors.

  • Mark Margolis

    American actor

  • Ventriloquist (Madame) dies from AIDS at 48

  • Canadian-American comedian and impersonator, well-known during the TV variety-show boom of the late 1960s and early 1970s. He was famous for his satirizations on John Wayne, Clark Gable, Richard Nixon and Clark Gable. His character impressions and voice sharply satirized current news and political figures. This sometimes annoyed, but often entertained, audiences.

  • American politician and Republican State Representative from Florida. In 2004, George Bush named him to lead the CIA. Congress must approve his appointment. Goss was the head of the House Intelligence Committee from 1997. He was also an Army Intelligence Officer who served in clandestine operations by the CIA in the 1960s.

  • Australian academic and physicist

  • French lawyer, social activist and pioneer in consumer law. He is also the author of "Le droit des debits de boissons", (1979), and "Une histoire du mouvement consommateur" (1984). He went by the pseudonym Luc Willette. His daughter is AgnA's Bihl, the singer.

  • American bass player (The Funk Brothers) (d. 2012).

  • Baron Moore, Lower Marsh English politician and businessman Secretary of State for Health

  • Russian astronaut and physician (d. 1994).

  • French alpine skier, born in Bois d'Amont. He was awarded a silver medal in the downhill section of the 1964 Innsbruck Olympics.

  • American stage actress and singer who made her debut in 1957. Her Broadway debut, "Promises, Promises" on 12/01/1968, was her peak. She received a Best Supporting Actress Tony Award 4/20/1969.

  • French politician and leader for the Citizen and Republican Movement.

  • Ohio, USA; actress/singer (Dean Martin Show).

  • Robert Goulet

    American singer and handsome lead man, who won a Tony for the Broadway musical "The Happy Time." His Broadway debut was as Sir Lancelot, 1960's "Camelot." He has over 60 albums and won a Grammy, Tony, and World Theater Award. He started the trend of Broadway shows being taken on tour by taking "South Pacific" to the road in 1986. …

  • American minor actor often seen as a biker or bum.

  • The Most Rev., Scottish ecclesiastic. Richard Holloway is the Anglican Bishop at Edinburgh. He is a Labour Party member and has supported legalization of prostitution and drugs. He strongly supports the ordination and ordination of women priests. He published "Dancing on the Edge" in 1997, which challenged official Christian attitudes regarding sexual morality. He suggests that the church should affirm …

  • Iranian actor

  • Instant replay was invented by an American producer and director (d. 2015).

  • Argentinian activist and painter sculptor

  • Dutch cardinal

  • Italy -- Downhill skier (1952 Olympics-Bronze Medalist).

  • French anthropologist, ethnologist. He was the Emeritus Research director at the 'Centre national de la recherch scientifique' (CNRS). He was also a member the Social Anthropology Laboratory, CollA"ge de France (EHESS, Paris), since its inception by Claude LA(c).vi-Strauss in 1960.

  • Cardinal Archbishop Utrecht

  • French soccer/football player. He was a RC Paris (1951aEUR”1953), AS Saint–A%0tienne (1953aEUR”1956), OGC Nice (1956aEUR”1961), Toulouse FC (1961aEUR”1962) and AS Saint–A%0tienne (1962aEUR”1964).

  • France Actor

  • Berthold Leibinger Stiftung was founded by Berthold Leibinger, a German engineer and philanthropist.

  • Belgium sport Champion

1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on November 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • Astrologer from Australia, who was a student since 1970. He joined the FAA in 1974. Twelve years later, he became the National President of FAA, issuing FAA diplomas. He was a siderealist and researcher and lectured in Australia and New Zealand. He also organized two conferences in Australia. He was a former building industry professional and owned his own business …

  • California, USA; actress (Corridors of Blood).

  • Slovenian singer-songwriter, accordion player (d.2015)

  • Hawthorne (California) -- Actress (Corridors of Blood).

  • American actress, singer, and dancer

  • Charles Schulz

    American cartoonist. He is the creator of "Peanuts", a comic strip that debuted on October 2, 1950. In 1958, he was named Cartoonist of Year and in 1996, he was made a Hollywood Walk of Fame sidewalk celebrity. He was awarded Emmys, Tony's, and Peabody Awards. Schulz claims that Charlie Brown is his alter ego. Snoopy was modeled after the …

  • Adele Jergens

    Brooklyn, New York -- Actress. (Dark Past, Fuller Brush Man).

  • American cartoonist (d.2000)

  • French artist and writer, "Life with Picasso", with Carlton Lake, McGraw-Hill Publishers 1964. She was an only child. Her father was a cruel man who beat her furiously when she decided to leave the Sorbonne to become an artist. She began painting at the age of 17 and was an avid reader and insomniac.

  • Neuilly sur Seine Politiker

  • American medium, based in New England. Charles H. Hapgood's biography "Voices of Spirit", which includes his life and work, is a good representation of him (data given as 1922 by the book in error). His remarkable spiritual teaching abilities were what made him famous.

  • French sculptor and creator of'sans titre', exhibited at MusA(c).e de la Sculpture en Plein Air. FA(c)raud used recycled materials from cars and industrial waste in his work.

  • Belgium sport Champion


1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on November 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • Henri Vidal

    French film actor, Vidal made his film debut with Edith Piaf in Montmartre-sur-Seine (1941). Vidal appeared in 36 films between 1941-1959.

  • Germany Military man

  • German nazi military, Waffen SS.

  • American jazz tenor-saxophonist, who adopted "Texas Tom", as his marquee name.

  • United States -- Sci-fi author (3 Hugo, Gateway, Bipohl)

  • Turkish-American record producer

  • American politician and 44th Mayor of Oakland from 1966 to 1977. Reading was a pilot and a flight training officer in the Army Air Force during World War II. He rose to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Reading took over his father's business Ingram's Food Products after the war. This was a successful East Oakland company that was well-known for …

  • France Military man

  • American broadcast journalist, correspondent for CBS News, from 1939 to 1977. He was also commentator on CBS Evening News, 1964-1977, as well as consultant for CBS News after 1977. He wrote "Not So Wild A Dream" in 1946 and "This Is Eric Sevareid" 1964.

  • Playwright (Rhinoceros Bald Soprano), is killed at 84

  • Polish prodigy and chess boy-wonder. He was eight years old when he faced 12 of the best chess players in the world at once. He won all of the games in just 29 minutes. He was an orthodox Jew and emigrated to America with his family in 1920. After that, the spelling of their last names was changed to Reshevsky. …

  • Polish-American chess player (d. 1992).

  • Italian pro-gymnast, who won a Gold Medal at the Los Angeles Olympics in 1932.

  • Famous for being a cyclist at over 100 years of age. Marchand was a former firefighter and shoe and wine salesman. He bought his first bike at 66 years of age. However, he won his first race at 14. At 100 years old, he became an international celebrity when he cycled 24 kilometers in one hour. He set another record …

  • French politician. She is most well-known for being Maurice Thorez's companion (1932aEUR]1947), and then her wife (1947aEUR]1964). They had three children together before the union was official. She died 5 November 2001.

  • Durban Natal (South Africa) -- Actor (Day of the Jackal).

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on November 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • Italian entrepreneur who is the founder of one of the most prestigious hotel and catering companies in the world. In 1982, he was made a British Lord.

  • American screenwriter who wrote numerous screenplays both alone and with others starting in 1933. He wrote comedy, light fare like "I Was a Male War Bride", 1949, and incisive dramas. Oscar nominee for "Mystery Street," his 1950 script. Many of his plays were performed on Broadway, including the amazing story "Majority of One" in 1959.

  • New York Yankees pitchers die at the age of 80.

  • American stockbroker, champion court tennis player and Hall of Fame member. Thoroughbred horse racing executive/owner/breeder. Art collector and philanthropist.

  • American actress. She was opposite Maurice Chevalier and starred in the talkie musical Playboy of Paris (1930). In the movie An American Tragedy (1931), she starred in a role that was later recast by Elizabeth Taylor in the 1951 remake, A Place in the Sun.

  • American botanist (d. 2013).

  • A Jewish pianist and music teacher from Bohemia and survivor of Thesienstadt concentration camp, he is also a supercentenarian. At 110 years old, he is one of the few survivors of supercentenarias. He is also the oldest Holocaust survivor in the world.

  • American astrologer, who joined AFA 12/1953. She was a teacher of astrology at Buffalo in NY, where she was recommended in 1944.

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