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

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2019 - 2010

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


2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on November 28th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

  • Dutch royalty, the first-born child of Prince Pieter-Christiaan of Orange-Nassau and Anita van Eijk who were married in a civil ceremony on 25 August 2005 at the Het Loo Palace, Apeldoorn, followed by a religious ceremony on 27 August 2005 at the Grote of St. Jeroenskerk, currently known as Oude Jeroenskerk, in Noordwijk. Since he did not seek parliamentary approval …

  • American child, son and second child of Matt Lauer and Annette, broadcaster. According to the report, "the unusual baby name" (pronounced "Tice") refers to a shortening of Matthijs which is Dutch for Matthew. The mother of the child is Dutch.

  • American twins, both born prematurely to Julia Roberts, an actor, and Danny Moder, a cameraman.

  • American twins, the children of famous parents Julia Roberts and Daniel Moder, are born to American actress Julia Roberts. The boy and girl were due January 2005, but they were delivered one month earlier.


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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

  • French pop singer born to a Metropolitan mother and to a Caribbean father from Martinique. She has been one of the most successfull French female artists since 2000 with 3 Platinum albums. In 2011, she won the French version of the TV show "Dancing with the Stars". Could be presented as the French Rihanna.

  • Uruguayan footballer

  • Esha Gupta

    Indian actress and model

  • English-Scottish swimmer

  • Canadian ice hockey player

  • Louise Bourgoin
  • Reality Star

  • Wrestler

  • English model

  • Dutch footballer


1979 - 1970

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

  • American actress

  • Brazilian model, fourth of eight daughters. She was a redhead and worked in television ads since 1981. She was the only girl born outside of Sao Paulo. She was born at her maternal granddad's home.

  • Norwegian producer and guitarist (Satyricon, Storm)

  • Indonesian journalist and author

  • Japanese comedian actor playwright and composer


1969 - 1960

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

  • American actress, model, and entertainer (Born 1967).

  • American screenwriter and producer of actresses

  • Peruvian footballer

  • American model, best known for her 1 year marriage to J. Howard Marshall II (oil tycoon), who died in 1995 at the age of 90. In 1991, she had been working as a stripper at a club in which she met the millionaire.

  • English politician and businessman

  • American ballet student since age five. At age 11, she applied for the Royal Ballet and was then accepted to begin training in London in 1983. Burke refused to leave her family, and she continued to train in the local area. She married an Englishman and joined the London Ballet as prima ballerina. They had one child.

  • American producer and director of actor

  • Japanese actress

  • French airline pilot and first lieutenant in an Air France commercial plane that crashed near Pale (Bosnia) on 8/30/1995 at 5:12 pm. Since August 1992, he was Captain Chiffot's team mate. They held the crew captive for 48 hours until the Serbs released them on 12/12/1995. This was 48 hours before signing a peace treaty.

  • French journalist and writer, who is openly gay.

  • American baseball player. He is a right-handed third baseman for Arizona Diamondbacks. After being selected in round one of the free-agent draft, he was signed by San Francisco Giants.

  • Belgian poet and author

  • Sydney, NSW -- Australasia Golfer

  • American basketball player (d.2015)

  • Journalist

  • Businesswoman

  • Gibraltarian-English fashion designer

  • American professional football player and athlete. He graduated in 1982 from Notre Dame with a degree economics. In 1983, he was drafted by Chicago Bears. He signed with the Giants at the end of the 1989 season and played from 1991-1993 with the Phoenix Cardinals. He went into business after his football career was over. He owned Brooks Sausage Company, …

  • Manager and English footballer

  • Spanish diplomat and lawyer

  • English coach and footballer

1959 - 1950

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

  • Judd Nelson

    American actor

  • He was an Irish road racer who won the Tour de France and Giro d'Italia, as well as the World race championship (1987), which we refer to as "The triple Crown". He lives on the French Riviera with his son Nicolas, who is also a professional racer.

  • Canadian politician and lawyer (d. 2014).

  • English singer (Dollar Guys ‘n’ Dolls and Bucks Fizz).

  • Estonian scholar and historian

  • Director

  • Family Member

  • British Labour Party politician, he was a Member (MP) between 1987 and 2015. Most recently, he represented Edinburgh South West. From 2007 to 2010, he was the Chancellor at the Exchequer for the Labour Government. He was one of three people who served continuously in the Cabinet from Labour's 1997 victory to its defeat in 2010. The others were Jack …

  • English politician and journalist

  • Puerto Rican-American baseball player, coach

  • American singer and actress

  • American producer and director

  • American astronaut, teacher, and astronaut. She was eighth in the selection process after Christa McAuliffe to be a crewmember of the fated Challenger Shuttle. In 1975, she began her teaching career at McCall-Donnely Elementary School.

  • German electronic music composer. He worked for a long period with Michael Weisser, together he published 14 albums under the names Mergener & White and then Software. Both men went their separate ways after the dispute between the two well-known electronic music duo. Peter Mergener continues to compose electronic music. He often combined light installations with his own sound installations. …

  • Ed Harris

    American actor

  • Businessman

  • American actor whose films include "The Right Stuff," "Glengarry Glen Ross," "Places in The Heart," "Alamo Bay," "The Abyss," "Absolute Power" and "The Truman Show." In the 1995 film "Apollo 13," he was nominated for the Golden Globe Award and won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor.

  • Businessman

  • New Jersey, USA. Actor (The Right Stuff Swing Shift Walker Coma).

1949 - 1940

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

  • Alexander Godunov

    Russian-American actor and ballet dancer; defected to America 8/21/1979. He was married once. He died in West Hollywood. His body was found on 5/18/1995.

  • Paul Shaffer

    Canadian composer and musician. He has appeared on "Saturday Night Live" (1975-1980). He also played with Jim Belushi, The Blues Brothers and Dan Akroyd. He was appointed bandleader of the David Letterman Show in 1982.

  • Rocker (Alex Harvey Band).

  • French singer-songwriter. He is a member of a well-known family. He is the son Jean Hamburger, who created the musical comedy "Tycoon". He married France Gall, a singer, and they had two kids. On August 2, 1992, he died from a fatal heart attack.

  • Greek politician and singer

  • Filipino politician and lawyer 22nd President of the Senate of the Philippines

  • French actor, director and writer. Duval is best known for his roles as an actor in more than 70 film and television productions. Duval won the Silver Prize in 1977 at the 10th Moscow International Film Festival for his drama Shadow of the Castles, which he directed and wrote.

  • Actress (Long Hot Summer Slumber Party Massacre).

  • Guyanan singer

  • American singer, pianist, conductor, songwriter and pianist who created "salon rock" in late 1960s. He recorded his first song at 17 years old. He wrote strange, bitter lyrics to sweet melodies. Although his song "Short People" was parody of prejudice, many people didn't see the irony in "Short people get no reason to live". He was then sent hate mail …

  • Scottish-born Australian television producer and film director, who also directed The Man from Snowy River (1982), The NeverEnding Story II : The Next Chapter (1990), and Zeus and Roxanne (1996).

  • Designer

  • American singer-songwriter

  • Hungarian nobility (Schell von Bauschlott), who was married to Hildegard Knef, a German singer. Born 17 July 1944, brother of Catherine Schell.

1939 - 1930

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

  • American merchandise marketer, engineer, and CEO of Federal-Mogul. Federal-Mogul is a large auto parts manufacturer company. Gormley holds a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering. He is an active employer and a wood-working enthusiast in his spare time.

  • Belgian politician, member of the Social Christian Party.

  • American film director, known for "The Couch Trip," 1989; "The Golden Child," 1988; "The Candidate," 1972; and "Downhill Racer,"69.

  • French actress. She began her film career as a 16-year-old in Jean Gourguet’s Les Premiers outrages. Later, she worked again with the director in Les promesses dangeureuses and La Putain sentimentale. She continued her theatre career, appearing for many years in Claude Magnier’s Oscar. She was also seen in films of Nouvelle Vague, including Brigitte et Brigitte by Luc Moullet …

  • French freemason, president of the Economic, Social and Environmental Council of France, September 1999 to November 2010.

  • American politician. A handsome and charismatic presidential candidate. His campaign lasted 26 consecutive days after he resigned from his affair with actress-model Donna Rice.

  • American politician. A handsome and charismatic presidential candidate. His campaign lasted 26 consecutive days after he resigned from his affair with actress-model Donna Rice.

  • Nino Castelnuovo
  • Spanish-American guitarist (The Romeros).

  • A member of the Imperial House of Japan, he is the younger brother of current Emperor Akihito. He is the second son and sixth born child of Emperor Shōwa and Empress Kōjun and is fourth in line to the Chrysanthemum throne. Prince Hitachi is mainly known for philanthropic activities and his research on the causes of cancer.

  • American CEO of FPL Group. A diversified utility company. Broadhead, who received a BME and LLB in general management from college, is known for being a hardworking, aggressive executive.

  • Australian-English poet and author (d. 2010).

  • Japanese royalty

  • Hope Lange

    American actress who made her first stage appearance at age 12 in 1945's "The Patriots." She was the daughter of an actor and a musician, and she naturally moved to television and stage. Her notable screen debut was in 1956's "Bus Stop." She was nominated for an Oscar in the following year for her role as Peyton Place, and she …

  • American soldier and politician

  • French Army General (rapid force), who commanded Operation Daguet, a French operation during the 1991 Gulf War. French forces were a part the coalition forces and numbered 18,000 soldiers. They also took part in battles against Iraqi forces on both Kuwait and Iraqi territory.

  • Norwegian industrialist and factory owner. He was the fourth generation of the Andresen family's descending line to own the tobacco factory J. L. Tiedmanns Tobaksfabrik. He expanded the business group to include other businesses, and made the company one of the most important in the country. He was the father to Johan H. Andresen Jr., an industrialist and investor.

  • American country music singer and songwriter. He was a long-standing songwriting partner with Dallas Frazier. Together they wrote "All I have to offer you (Is Me)," (1969), and "(I'm so) afraid of losing you again" (1969). "I Can't believe that You've stopped loving me" (1970), and "Then Who Am I?" (1974), all top country songs for Charlie Pride. Owens also …

  • American fashion designer. He was born to immigrant parents aEUR"a Chinese father, and a Mexican mom. He was born in California's Central Valley to immigrant parents. In 1948, he graduated Stockton High School. He attended California College of Arts and Crafts and briefly served in the Army, stationed at Fort Bliss, Texas.

1929 - 1920

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

  • Lyon 2éme Actor

  • Italy sport Champion

  • A Swiss Astrologer, Graphologist, and Natural Health Practitioner. She authored several books on astrology, palmistry and dousing including "Astrologie: Ein methodisch aufgebautes Lehrbuch." This book provides an introduction to astrology and a wide overview of the techniques and schools in Germany, Switzerland and Germany. The book was published in eleven editions by the time she died. According to a colleague, …

  • Czech-Brazilian academic and agronomist (d. 2000).

  • American actress who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in "The Bad and the Beautiful", 1952. She was also nominated in 1947 for the Oscar in the film "Crossfire." Other films include "The Big Heat", 1953, and "Ride Out For Revenge," 1956. Her reputation as rude and arrogant caused her career to plummet after 1952.

  • Activist in the literary and theatrical agent community

  • (Rep-R-Maryland, 1985- )

  • James Karen

    American actor

  • (Sen-R-AK, 1968- )


1919 - 1910

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

  • Enrique Rodolfo Jimenez Ledgard is the stage name of Enrique Rodolfo Jimenez Ledgard. He was a television presenter and actor in Peruvian cinema. His programs, "One, Two, Three... Responds Again" in Spain and "One, Two, Three... Responds Again" in Peru were very popular and followed by many television programs around the globe.

  • English 2nd Wife to Belgian King Leopold III

  • Princess of Rethy (Belgium) (d. 2002).

  • Princess of Réthy (d. 2002)

  • French champion cyclist. LapA(c), a French champion cyclist, won two gold medals at the 1936 Olympics.

  • British-Belgian Royalty. She married King Leopold III in 1941, six years after he was widowed by the death of Queen Astrid; three children. She is known by the title of Princess rather than Queen as it was a second marriage and she was never crowned.

  • English chemist and academic

  • Suriname -- Netherlands WWII prosecutor for minor war crimes Tokyo


1909 - 1900

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

  • American actor, noted family member, son of Ethel Barrymore, a famous actress, and Russell Griswold Colt (a New York stockbroker). Colt had extended family that included his uncles, John and Lionel Barrymore. Colt also had a great-uncle Samuel Colt, who invented the revolver. His grandfather Samuel Pomeroy Colt was the founder of the United States Rubber Company, which is now …

  • Novelist

  • Yugoslavic partisan / Vice Premier

  • Belgian-French social analogist and leader in Structuralism. Levi-Strauss says that Structuralism is the search for hidden harmonies ..." The Elementary Structures of Kinship was Levi-Strauss's first major work. His 1955 literary and intellectual autobiography, "A World on the Wane", gained him widespread recognition. His books include "The Raw and the Cooked," and "The Savage Mind."

  • Nigerian politician and educator, 3rd Governor of Ondo State

  • French anthropologist (Born in 1908)

  • President Argentina (1958-62)

  • Composer

  • Italian writer fascinated by the impossible and with a Jekyl-and-Hyde personality. His work, which explored complex emotions, sexuality, and sex in a graphic and readable style, is Italy's most well-known author. He wrote 46 books throughout his career, each with a sensual theme. They were also translated into 37 languages. His movie and book "Two Women" are his most famous …

  • Italian author (Indifferent Ones)

  • American soprano and educator (d. 2007.)

  • France Scientist

  • British author, best known for her humorous novels about the English upper class. She is best known for her works "Pursuit of Love," 1945 and "Noblesse Oblige," 1956, as well as "Frederick the Great," 1971.

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  • American politician and planter (d. 1986).

  • Victor Jory

    Dawson City, Canada -- Actor (Kings Row, Manhunt)

  • Edwina Mountbatten

    She is a British noblewoman who was regarded as a great woman. On 18 June 1922, she married Lord Louis Mountbatten. She was the last Vicereine in India during his service in India.

  • Bourg sur Gironde Politician

  • French supercentenarian, second-oldest woman in France, passed away shortly before her 112th Birthday on 11 October 2012.

  • French Under-Secretary of state for Sports and the Organisation of Leisure during World War II (1936-1938). He was a participant in the organization of the People's Olympiad, Barcelona. This was an attempt to counter the 1936 Olympic Games at Berlin. It was used by Nazism as a propaganda tool.

  • Actor (Dance Fools Dance and Consolation Marriage).

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