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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on April 28th

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on April 28th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on April 28th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on April 28th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Jessica Alba

    American actress who rose to prominence in television and film in the late 1990s. In 2000, the role of "Dark Angel", which featured Alba as the main character, was given to this exotic beauty. Alba, who played the role of Max, was integral in making the show one the most talked-about series that year.

  • Italian showgirl, model, TV personality, and former child actor.


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on April 28th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • Penélope Cruz

    Spanish actress. At age 15 she was signed by an agent. She made her acting debut on television at 16, and then in a feature film the next year in JamA3n jamA3n (1992), to great critical acclaim. She was later cast in The Hi-Lo Country (1999), Open Your Eyes (1997) and Woman on Top ((2000). Her roles as Vanilla Sky …

  • Polish basketball player and coach (d.2011)

  • Dutch boxer

  • Spanish actress

  • Voice Actor

  • French TV host, comedian, producer, singer, imitator, and producer. After his mother's death at the age of 10, his father, who worked in a sugar refinery was killed when he turned 20. His career began on the radio, then TV and finally on stage with "Picard For Ever", his one-man-show. A new Coluche...

  • Argentine Justicialist Party politician, who was Chief of the Cabinet of Ministers between July 2008 and July 2009.

  • English journalist and producer

  • Estonian composer

  • Reet, Belgium -- Hockey forward. (Team Germany 1998).


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on April 28th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Italian soccer-football player for the Italian national team.

  • American jurist and lawyer

  • Ian Rankin

    He is a Scottish crime writer best known for his Inspector Rebus novels set in Edinburgh. His output is prolific, and he is a major contributor in the "tartan Noir” genre. He is the author of 25 novels, two short stories collections, one novella, one graphic novel, and one non-fiction book. He has also produced and presented many television documentaries …

  • Voice Actor

1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on April 28th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Scottish-Australian singer-songwriter who is best known for his solo performances and his lead singing with Cold Chisel. A combination of 14 Australian Top 40 albums by Cold Chisel, and 13 solo charting albums, nine of which are No. Barnes has the most hit albums of any Australian artist with 14 Australian Top 40 albums for Cold Chisel and 13 solo …

  • American family of note, the son and third marriage of his mother (1954-60) to Jerome Davis (writer-producer Jerome Maxwell). He returned from school on the 20th of March 1972 to find his mother dead in her bathroom due to high blood pressure and a lung disease. Matthew was taken care of by Rock Hudson, her good friend.

  • Texas, USA; Major US Air Force/astronaut.

  • Writer / broadcaster

  • American journalist, columnist, and blogger for "The Madsen Report" His 1992 book, "The Handbook of Personal Data Protection", was based on his experiences in US security. His experience includes his work as a US Navy officer, specializing on computer security programs. He also worked for the National Security Agency and the Naval Data Automation Command. He is a frequent witness …

  • American educator

  • Vic Sotto

    Filipino comedian, actor, and film producer

  • American politician, 3rd Deputy secretary of Homeland Security

  • American football coach and player

  • Jay Leno

    American comedian, talk show host and commercial pitchman. Johnny Carson was replaced by Leno in May 1992 as the host of NBC's coveted late night spot, "The Tonight Show". He followed in the footsteps Jack Paar, Steve Allen and Carson. Leno was a stand-up comedian who had performed in many nightclubs across the country during his apprenticeship in 1980s. Leno …

  • New York, USA. Comedian/Talk Show Host (The Tonight Show).

  • New York, USA. Actor (The Last Flight).

  • English sportscaster and journalist

  • Puerto Rican trombonist (Fania All Stars)

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on April 28th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • French Canadian composer, singer, actress, and author. She is a multiple-recipient of both the Juno Award and Gemini Awards, and has been nominated for several awards. She is a platinum-selling Canadian musician who has been gold and platinum.

  • American activist and theorist

  • French sommelier who was awarded the title of "Best Sommelier in France" in 1973.

  • Nour El-Sherif

    Egyptian actor and producer (d.2015)

  • French business leader.

  • American author and chef

  • Belgian politician, 10th Minister-President for the Walloon Region

  • American producer and director

  • American businessman who specializes in public relations and marketing. Director of Affiliate Relations and Marketing for TV-Cable Week 1983, the television executive.

  • Jacques Dutronc

    French singer, songwriter and guitarist. He is married to FranASSoise Hardie since March 1981. They have a son, Thomas Dutronc (jazz guitarist, born 1973). He has also been a long-time collaborator in songwriting with Jacques Lanzmann. He had a secret affair with Romy Schneider in 1974.

  • French prima ballerina, choreographer.

  • English conductor

  • French stage magician and conjurer.

  • Swedish-American actress, singer and dancer; onscreen since 1962. Her family had moved to the U.S. when she was five and she was raised in extreme poverty. In school, she blossomed into campus queen and made a TV debut with the "Ted Mack Amateur Hour" at 16. In her teens she auditioned for a job at the Playboy Club in Chicago. …

  • American actress, who was a popular character on the soap opera General Hospital in both the '60s & '70s. She was a screenwriter and director, but she died of skin cancer on December 29, 1984.

  • French cyclist, an athlete

  • American basketball pro-basketball player, since 1966.

  • American Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry and Academic Chemistry

1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on April 28th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • American musician who sang and played in piano bars at the age of 17 and became a professional for the next twenty years.

  • Madge Sinclair

    Kingston, Jamaica -- Actress. (Bell-Roots Trapper John).

  • English steeplejack and TV personality (d. 2004).

  • Iraqi politician, President Of Iraq 7/16/1979. Khomeini continued the war against Iran by invading it on 9/22/1980. The invasion of Iran by the Iraqi army on 9/22/1980 was followed by a two-year delay. To punish the Arab oil-producing and military power that led to its invasion, the U.N. Security Council issued a worldwide embargo against trade with Iraq.

  • Scottish folk singer who immigrated to America in 1961. She returned to Scotland in 1970s and now divides her time between them.

  • Famous international soccer player from Scotland who was an inside forward. He was a London club Tottenham Hotspur's most successful player in the 1960's. For his ingenious ability to appear unseen when placed in key positions, he was nicknamed "The Ghost". On 21 July 1964, he was struck by lightning while sheltered under a tree playing golf.

  • Journalist

  • Scottish poet, academic, and writer. Kenneth White lives in Brittany's north coast with Marie-Claude, a translator/photographer.

  • Iraqi journalist and politician, Iraqi Minister for Foreign Affairs (d.2015).

  • American journalist, magazine photographer, and instructor at the University of New Mexico 1971-1982. She is the recipient of numerous awards and a lecturer at writers' conferences.

  • American author and rolfer who wrote a book about painless rolfing.

  • American-French screenwriter and author

  • Carolyn Jones

    American actress. She is the daughter of Cloejeanette Southern, a housewife and Julius Alfred Jones (a barber). Her father died in 1934 and her mother moved her two children with her to Amarillo. Carolyn was severely asthmatic, which often prevented her from participating in childhood activities. She loved Hollywood magazines and was an avid reader. She loved going to the …

  • American conservative Republican politician, jurist, and financier. Washington prognosticators were shocked when President Ronald Reagan appointed him Chief of Staff in November 1980. Baker, a corporate lawyer, was surprised by the appointment. He had previously managed the primary elections campaigns of two of Reagan’s most determined political enemies: George Bush in 1980 and President Gerald Ford in 1978.

  • French journalist and TV producer; creator, along with Lionel Shushan of the Deauville American Film Festival.

1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on April 28th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • French artist is considered an important figure in European post-war art. He is the leader of Nouveau rA(c),alisme, a French artistic movement founded by Pierre Restany in 1960. Klein is a pioneer in the creation of Performance art and is considered an inspiration and forerunner of Minimal art as well as Pop art.

  • American Astrogeologist and U.S. Government Official, co-discoverer the comet Shoemaker - Levi 9 that made a dramatic, televised, collision with Jupiter in July 1994. His ashes were on board NASA's Lunar Prospector, which crashed into the Moon at 3,800 mph on 7/31/1999. He holds the distinction of being first to have a lunar burial. Although he had always wanted to …

  • Italian actress. She made her stage debut in 1950 after winning a drama contest in 1947. Her dramatic roles included O'Neill, Zardi and Ibsen, as well as those of Garcia Lorca. She founded the Eleanora Duse theatre company in 1975 to direct several publications.

  • Charlene Holt

    American actress, known for supporting roles on television and in film. She starred alongside John Wayne in the 1966 film "El Dorado". Between 1962 and 1980, she was part of more than 20 TV and film productions.

  • Harper Lee

    American author of "To Kill a Mockingbird", a 1961 Pulitzer Prize winning novel. The Oscar-winning film starring Gregory Peck was made from the novel in 1961. It has been translated into ten languages, with a 74th printing of 1974.

  • Clergyman

  • Turkish general (d. 1991)

  • American author and historian (d. 2011).


1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on April 28th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • American photojournalist and field reporter with the Associated Press (AP), based in Dallas Texas. Altgens started his career at the AP as a teenager. He then served a time with the United States Coast Guard and eventually rose to a top position at the AP Dallas bureau. Altgens, while on assignment with the AP on 22/11/63, took two historical photographs …

  • Norwegian librarian. He was the state librarian from 1975 to 1989. He was made Knight of the 1st Class of Royal Order of St. Olav in 1989. His brother was Preben Munthe, an economist.

  • Italian industrialist who built the Lamborghini cars. He raced Fiat 500s as an amateur racer. He began tractor building in 1949. Gian Paolo dallara designed the first Lamborghini car in 1963. The sleek, racer-looking, high-tech car gave Ferrari serious competition within two years, even though Lamborghini didn't race his cars.

  • French costume designer. She is best known for her work on The Adventures of ArsA'ne Lupin (1957), NapolA (c)on (1955), and Le miroir A deux visages (1958).

  • American baseball player. He was inducted into The Hall of Fame in 1985 after a long and successful career that began with his debut in 1938 with the St.Louis Cardinals. On August 12, 2002, he died from non-Hodgkins’ lymphoma in Durham, NC.

  • French editor, lawyer, author, novelist, playwright. Mohrt was a FinistA"re native. On 18 April 1985, he was elected to AcadA(c).mie franASSaise. Mohrt, who was 97 years old, died on 17 August 2011.

  • Science fiction author (d. 2006)

  • Morlaix Writer

  • English author (d. 2006)

  • French composer, pianist, and conductor.

  • French Resistance worker (d. 1995).

  • Renato Rascel

    Italian actor, singer and songwriter. Between 1942 and 1972, he appeared in 50 films. He died in 1991 on the 2nd of January.

  • French Catholic priest who was Bishop of Cahors between 1962 and 1972.

  • French Resistance member. Allied intelligence agent during Second World War.

  • American playwright and director producer (d. 1999).

  • Swiss author, jurist and astrologer. He was born in ZA 1/4, a Jewish family. He graduated from the Berlin gymnasium (high-school) in 1930, where his father worked as an engineer. After studying law in Berlin, he continued his studies in his hometown ZA 1/4 wealthy, completing his doctor.jur. 1934. He was employed at the ZA 1/4 courts of wealth until …

  • Actor/tenor/director (Netherlands Opera).


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on April 28th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • Czech businessman who joined Nazi party and became double agent. He managed to move Jews through his factory rolls, and then get them out of the country. He considered them his Jews and saved the lives of at least a thousand Jews. He died 9 October 1994.

  • American-Canadian javelin thrower and high jumper (d. 1987).

  • Suriname -- Bishop

  • Chicago, Illinois -- Actor (Reported Missing, 14 Hours)

  • Rennes EXecutives

  • Belgium sport Champion

  • French historian who studied the Second World War. He created the ComitA(c) d'Histoire de la DeuxiA"me Guerre Mondiale and the Revue d'Histoire de la DeuxiA"me Guerre Mondiale. He died in June 1986.

  • Norwegian teacher, writer of non-fiction, and cultural attachA(c).

  • Czech-American mathematician, philosopher, and academic (d. 1978).

  • Dutch-American astronomer, who arrived in the U.S. in 2929 and was made a naturalized citizen in 38. He was an educator and Professor of Astronomy at Arizona University, emeritus in 1974. He also served as President of the American Astronomy Society. His books include "The Milky Way," 1941, and "The Astronomer's Universe," 1957.

  • Paris, France -- Novelist (Vertigo)

  • Swiss patron, conductor and impresario.

  • German military, a Nazi soldier in the Waffen SS. He was injured in 1941, but he returned to duty. He was killed in action in Budapest on February 11, 1945.

  • French politician, leader of the French Communist Party from 1930 to his death on 11th July 1964. From 1946 to 1947, he was vice-premier of France.

  • Dutch pioneer in radio astronomy and comet and galaxy research. Oort demonstrated that the sun is not the center of the Universe. Instead, it is a star in the rotating Milky Way. This galaxy is one among many.

  • Head of the Gestapo (disappeared 1945)

  • A retrospective at the Rodin Museum, Paris, 1972.

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