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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on March 27th

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on March 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on March 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on March 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • French actor best known for his roles in "Braquo", TV series, and "Le Grand Meaulnes" film.

  • Lunapop, a boy band popular in Italy in 2001 was led by an Italian member. The group's members are Alessandro De Simone and Gabriele Gallasi. Nicola Balestri, Michele Giuliani, and Nicola Balestri.

  • American singer-songwriter/guitarist (The Dillinger Escape Plan, Killer Be Killed).

  • Cameroonian footballer

  • Lebanese race car driver

1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on March 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • French tennis player, who achieved her career high ranking at No. 55 on the world's list of top players on May 10, 1999. In 1999, she defeated Nathalie Tauziat, the world number 10. She won the 1995 French Open title as a junior.

  • Norwegian runner

  • Indian actor and educator

  • American poet and educator

  • Austrian singer-songwriter/guitarist

  • Hana Yasmeen Ali is best known as the daughter of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali.

  • NBA forward (Denver Nuggets).

  • Miss Universe - Romania (1996)

  • American boxing champion Muhammad Ali's daughter and former companion Veronica Porche. Her famous father, Muhammad Ali, co-authored a book entitled "Soul of a Butterfly", which was published in November 2004.

  • Kazakhstani ice hockey player

  • Fergie, born Stacy Ann Ferguson, is a singer known for her solo career as well as her time as a member of the Black Eyed Peas.

  • François Petit is a renowned French rock climber known for his daring ascents of some of the world's most challenging rock faces.

  • hockey defenseman (Team France 1998).

  • American pop singer, songwriter, sometime actress known as "Fergie." She has been a vocalist for "Black-Eyed Peas," (2003-2005) a member of the girl group "Wild Orchid" (1991-2001) and a solo artist, with her first solo album released in September 2006. She has also launched a fashion line of handbags.

  • American celebrity, son of actor Michael Landon, and his second wife Lynn Noe. He is a director, producer, and writer.


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on March 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Kad Merad

    French actor and film star, and humorist. He was born to an Algerian mother and a French father. Widely recognized for his roles in "Welcome to the Sticks", and "Superchondriac", the famed French comedy films directed Dany Boon.

  • English actor

  • American politician

  • Lebanese singer

  • Johnny Hates Jazz is an English keyboard player and producer who is a singer-songwriter.

  • Quentin Tarantino

    American producer, writer, director

  • Brazilian top model, actress, singer and recording artist know as a famous cross between Madonna and Capt. Kangaroo. Noted as a children's TV entertainer, her image sells clothes, dolls, magazines and other paraphernalia. In 1991, George Lucas directed her first international movie with locations in Mexico, California and Brazil. Six-years later, in 9/1997, Xuxa began filming on a new TV …

  • American football player. Cunningham was selected by the Philadelphia Eagles from UNLV in round 2 (37th overall) of 1985 NFL draft. Cunningham, a black 6'4" and 204 lbs player, was signed by Eagles on 7/22/1985. Cunningham was injured in his knee on 9/01/1991 and was kept off the bench during the 1991 season. On 2/16/1996, he was granted unconditional free …

  • American basketball coach and sportscaster


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on March 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Belgian motorcycle racer and racecar driver

  • Michael O'Leary

    American actor best known for his role in the TV soap opera "Guiding Light". OaEUR(tm),Leary has also appeared in television series, films on Off-Broadway, and national television commercials.

  • American cyclist. He is the record holder and reigning champion of the trans-American bike ride. Bicycling Magazine named him the Cyclists of the Year in 1983. He competed in the RAAM in 1984, which was covered on ABC Sports.

  • Minnesota, USA; actor.

  • Adrian Rawlins

    English actor

  • American suspect in homicide; accused of inviting killers to kill his grandparents and remove a rival. Lawrence Lamb founded the Lamb Funeral Home. In the middle of the 1970s, his daughter Laurieanne Lamb Sconce assumed control. Slowly, she brought Jerry, her husband, into the business. In 1982, David, their son, was appointed manager of the Pasadena Crematorium branch.

  • Brian Kelly

    Canadian Football League wide receiver (Edmonton Eskimos).

  • Italian filmmaker who directed "The Starman" was nominated at the Academy Awards ceremony on 3/2/1996 for Best Foreign Film.

  • Hong Kong activist

  • Edie Brickell and New Bohemians are an English producer and singer-songwriter.

  • Spanish politician was elected Prime Minister of Spain on November 20, 2011. Rajoy, a member of the conservative Popular Party, won with a clear "yes" vote from Spanish voters. He is a conservative in social norms and opposes same-sex marriage. He is a liberal economic thinker and definitely supports the European Union. He is described as being tenacious, stubborn, and …

  • The 1994 aEURaEUR (tm),Bol daEUR (tm),Or,aEUR[tm] French victory was a 24-hour endurance motorcycle race. He was World Champion 1994. He took 2nd in the 250cc class in 1983. In 1984, he was World Champion in 250cc. In 1984, he was World Champion at 250cc. In 1985 and 1989, he was 3rd in the World Championships at 500cc in 1985 and …

  • Racehorse trainer

  • Romanian general

  • Marielle de Sarnez is a French politician known for her role as a Member of the European Parliament and as a former Minister of European Affairs.

  • NHL player (Boston Bruins).

  • Italian footballer

  • Author and journalist in American English

  • Belgian-Russian diplomat and politician Minister of Foreign Affairs for Russia


1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on March 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • German priest theologian and writer

  • Italian actor and singer Burt Nelson, also known by Chip Corman, was also a star in over 14 films, 29 TV shows, and 35 theatre productions since the 1950s.

  • German musician (Die Flippers).

  • Baseball player

  • Michael York

    An internationally recognized British actor. After stage experience with the Oxford University Dramatic Society, he made his debut in 1967. He quickly gained popularity in major film and TV productions. He was a star in "The Forsythe Saga," a TV series. He has starred in many films, including "Romeo and Juliet" 1968, "Cabaret", 1972, "Lost Horizon," 1973 and "Murder on …

  • French analyst, psychologist, and professor of Psychology at the university. He is also the keynote speaker at many seminars about astrology.

  • English Nobel Prize winner in Academic Biology

  • British chemist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on March 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • Greek actress

  • American entrepreneur and CEO of Communications Satellite. Goldstein holds a BA in Political Science and a JD in Political Science. Goldstein owns 62% in the Denver Nuggets basketball club and is married to an actress from Off-Broadway.

  • CEO (Electricity Association)

  • Latvian boxer (d.2009)

  • Baseball player (Philadelphia Phillies).

  • American merchandise marketer and CEO at Conrail. Hagen is a college graduate who has a BA and MA in Economics. He cycles 40 miles per week to stay in shape.

  • Brazilian screenwriter and producer

  • English illustrator and painter (d. 2010).

  • David Janssen

    American actor, TV and film star. He has appeared in more than 100 feature films and many TV series. He moved to Hollywood with his mother after his parents divorced. When he was nine to twelve years old, his mom put him in a home that cared for children. He began acting as a child actor.

  • Trumpeter

  • Bauman, CEO (British Aerospace).


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on March 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • Douglas Applegate is an American politician who served as a Democratic Representative for Ohio from 1977.

  • Czech-English composer and educator

  • French racing cyclist and the first to win "Vuelta a EspaA+"-a. From 1948 to 1963, he competed professionally in 35 races. He was fourth in 1954, and he rode the Tour de France thirteen times. He died in Ollioules (France) on the 20th of February 2000.

  • American costume designer for movies. Oscar-winner. After graduating from the Choinard Institute in Los Angeles with a degree in costume design, she went into film work and made her debut in 1967. Her notable roles in period films like "Bonnie and Clyde", Coppola's "The Godfather Part II" and "Mame", 1974 and 1977, respectively, were a highlight.

  • French teacher. Furet, the son of a banker became a high school history teacher. Furet was appointed a CNRS AttachA(c), 1956 and assistant director to studies1961, respectively, and as Director of Studies in 1966. Furet served as President of the school of Social Studies from 1977 to 1985, and was also President of St-Simon Foundation, 1982-1982, Director of Raymond Aron …

  • Russian cellist and conductor (d.2007)

  • French film critic and film historian, writing for Les Cahiers du Cinema, Le Monde and TA(c)lA(c)rama. He died in November 2013, at the age of 81.

  • USSR; cellist/conductor/teacher (Moscow Conservatory).

  • Canadian politician

  • French mixed media artist and affichiste, known for his alphabet with symbol letters and decollage with ripped and lacerated posters. He creates posters by placing one poster over another and ripping the top poster or posters, which exposes to a greater degree the poster or posters below. He is a member the Nouveau RA(c),alisme art group (1960aEUR”1970). His work has …

  • American poet and critic (d. 1966).

  • Motorcyclist Magazine was founded by an American publisher (d. 2006).

  • Author and academic English lawyer

  • Lord Plumb is a British politician and former Member of the European Parliament, serving as President of the European Parliament from 1987 to 1989.

  • Baron Plumb, English farmer and politician 15th President for the European Parliament

  • Choreographer

  • Artistic director (Contemporary Dance Trust).

  • Sarah Vaughan

    American singer, known as "The Divine One", and well-known for her black jazz. She was able to control her vibrato and had a two-octave range. She recorded dozens of outstanding masterpieces over a 45-year career. She also wore two different faces: one was a brilliant jazz singer and the other was a stunning pop diva.

  • New Jersey, USA; jazz scat singer ("Broken Hearted Melody") (dies 1990).

  • Scottish footballer (d. 2012)

  • Hideko Takamine

    Japanese actress (d.2010)

  • Harold Nicholas

    US actor (Tap 5 Heartbeats Stormy Weather, Tap, 5 Heartbeats)

  • Bob Elliott

    Bob Elliott was an American comedian known for his work as one half of the comedy duo Bob and Ray.

  • Shusaku Endo was a Japanese writer known for his exploration of the conflict between Eastern and Western cultures, particularly in his novel 'Silence'.

  • Scottish actor and playwright. Perhaps most well-known for his comedy role in "The Vital Spark", a BBC Scotland series, Para Handy. He was also the lead in Edward Boyd’s private-eye series "The View From Daniel Pike."

  • British impresario (Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra).

  • Japanese author (d. 1996)

  • French science fiction writer. Also a dentist.

  • American artist and writer, he is the author and illustrator for bull-fighting novels. He is a modern Renaissance man. While serving as the U.S. Vice Consul to Spain from 1943-46, he studied bull-fighting in Peru, Mexico, and Spain 1941-1946. After leaving the United States, he moved to Lima in Peru. He played piano at night and painted portraits during the …

  • French philosopher and emeritus professor at Sorbonne University (Paris).

  • sociologist.

  • Dick King-Smith English author (d. 2011.)

  • American baseball player (d. 1980).

  • English-American historian, academic and theorist (d. 1999).

  • American soldier judge and lawyer (d. 2009).

  • American harmonica player composer and conductor (d. 2014).

  • American businessman in oil and gas. He is the President of Moncrief Oil, and a billionaire in 2006 Forbes 400.

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on March 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • Dutch journalist/TV host (Amsterdamned).

  • Baron Amery, a British politician from the Conservative Party, served as a Member in Parliament for 39 years, between 1950 and 1992. In 1960, he was elected to the Privy Council. After his 1992 retirement from the House of Commons, he was made a life peer. He was a leader in the Conservative Monday Club for three decades.

  • Austrian-German soldier (d. 1983)

  • French composer, pianist, and singer who was naturalized Canadian.

  • Palestine Military man

  • Russian-American film director, producer, and doctor. In 1945, he began his career as a Cairo cameraman. Later, he moved to the United States to become an editor and director. He can play many instruments and speak nine languages.

  • Italian historian and philosopher, novelist and teacher. Cassola died 1/29/1987, Monte Carlo, Monaco.

  • American politician and lawyer, 57th Secretary of State United States (d. 2002).

  • Canadian academic and psychologist

  • American monk and educator (d.2011)

  • Vance US Secretary Of State (1977-1980).

  • French right-wing Gaullist politician who was the private secretary to Roger Frey.

  • Godfrey Turner is a composer known for his contributions to classical music.

  • Estonian commander (d. 1945)

  • Slovenian skier (d. 2000)

  • American noted astrologer, and water-color artist from the Seattle area. He joined AFA in Feb 1962.

  • British politician, financial spokesperson and Chancellor of Exchequer. He was Secretary of State for foreign Affairs, Minister for Overseas Development and Labour Party Leader, as well as P.M., in 1976 after the resignation of Harold Wilson. He was elected Leader of the Opposition in 1979. Callaghan was married in 1938 and had two children.

  • British politician, financial spokesperson and Chancellor of Exchequer. He was Secretary of State for foreign Affairs, Minister for Overseas Development and Labour Party Leader, as well as P.M., in 1976 after the resignation of Harold Wilson. He was elected Leader of the Opposition in 1979. Callaghan was married in 1938 and had two children.

  • Hughes composer.

  • composer.

  • Arsay physician

  • Peruvian diplomat and businessman. He was Manuel Mujica Gallo's brother. Her father was the owner of one of Peru's largest fortunes. It was primarily based on mining, farms, and banking. He was an expert, collector, and founder of the Gold Museum of Peru, Armas of the World. This foundation then perpetuated their proper growth preservation, and exhibition. He was also …

  • Germany -- Jewish Ice Hockey Star (1932 Olympics – Bronze Medalist).

  • Chinese poet and author (d. 1996).

  • American historian and academic (d. 2005).

  • Tanzanian-German actor (d. 1972)

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on March 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • French actor, stage director and founder of the aEUR~aEUR(tm)ThA(c)atre de la ville.aEUR(tm)aEUR(tm) He was a suicide on the night of 6/24/1998 along with his wife Jeandeline.

  • French astrologer, writer, and collaborator with Gouchon on the two final volumes of the "Dictionnaire astrologique." Reverchon is the a\Author of Cyclic[al] ephemeris, 1938, "Valeur des jugements et pronostics astrologiques,"1971, and contributor to FranASSoise Schneider-Gauquelin's magazine in 1983. In 1985, Reverchon died.

  • French chef and owner of Le Grand VA(c), four, a 3 Michelin Star restaurant in Paris. This is one of France's most historic restaurants. Oliver disliked the new cuisine and preferred the rich, traditional ingredients of his Gascony home. Oliver hosted a television cooking program in his later years.

  • American jazz tenor saxophonist, a.k.a. "The Brute" and "Frog" are two of the most well-known American jazz tenor saxophonists.

  • German/Swiss conservative historian. Essayist. Writer. He was the third son of Thomas Mann, a novelist, and Katia Mann. He lived in Kilchberg, a suburb in ZA 1/4, in the Mann family's home, which he and his family had acquired in 1952 after their return from exile in America. He was gay, which he kept secret from the public for a …

  • French poet, alchemist and graphologist. He was also a philosopher and astrologer. He died 27 June 1980, Paris.

  • American musician (d. 1969)

  • Author and chess player from Egypt-Australia (d. 1979).

  • American clarinet player, saxophonist, and composer (d. 1969).

  • American army pilot and interpreter. He joined the service when he was 16 to fight in the civil war in Italy. His men loved him as a leader who was fearless and respected. Marguerite Dar Boggia his widow writes that he was 19 when he died. He was taken from the body and spent 20 days in Caserta hospital. His …

  • American clarinet player and bandleader, American saxophonist (d. 1940).

  • French nuclear physicist, author and expert in X-ray research. He was a leading authority in experimental particle physics, and was the first to find evidence for a new subatomic particle. He was the author of many books, including "Cosmic Rays," 1945, and "Atoms & Men," 1958.

  • American screenwriter and illustrator (d. 2000).

  • Prime Minister of Japan (1964-71 Nobel 1974), is killed at 74

  • German politician and public official who was elected to parliament in 1949. Ollenhauer was the leader of the Social Democratic Party since 1952.

  • Argentine singer-songwriter, bandoneA3n pianist and player (d. 1951).

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