List of celebrities and famous people who were born on April 29th
Famous birthdays on April 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002007
Spanish royalty, the daughter of Prince Felipe de Borbon and his wife Letizia. Sofia is third in line to the throne after her father and older sister Leonor. She was born by Caesarian section
Infanta SofAa from Spain
Member of the Royal Family of Thailand; Son of Vajiralongkorn
Norwegian royalty, the eldest daughter of Princess MA$??rtha Louise, and Ari Behn, author Ari Behn.
Italian family of distinction, the son of two lovers, soccer-player Simone Inzaghi (born 4/05/1976 at 8 AM in Piacenza) & showgirl Alessia Marcuzzi (born 11/11/1972 at 2:45 pm, Rome). His birth attracted a lot of media attention because his parents, who are both well-known but not married, were prominent.
Famous birthdays on April 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Australian tennis player
Russian ice dancer
German tennis player
American family with a notable daughter, Mario Lemieux, a hockey star. Her father, the Pittsburgh Penguins' center, was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s disease and took a year off to treat it. He returned to hockey and was the league's Most Valuable Player for the 1995-96 season. Lauren is the step-sibling of his father's ex-marriage.
Mirtle and Pieter's Daughter
American soccer player
Japanese actress and singer (AKB48 & SNH48).
Indian model and actress
Famous birthdays on April 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Canadian ice hockey player
South Korean singer-songwriter
Italian tennis player
He is the son of actor Timothy Hutton and actress Debra Winger. He is a documentary filmmaker. His first film, "Crude Independence", was an official selection at the 2009 SXSW Film Fest. It was also awarded Best Documentary Feature at 2009 Oxford Film Festival.
American singer and model
American pop singer, known as one-half of Karmin with fiancA (c) Nick Noonan. Noonan and she met at Berklee College of Music, Boston. They graduated in 2008.
Spanish horse racing jockey.
Canadian ice hockey player
American model and actress
Greek basketball player
American singer and model, actress
American drummer (Trivium)
English singer-songwriter and keyboard player (Editors & Magnus).
Canadian athlete (d. 2006)
Canadian runner (d. 2006)
Irish singer and TV presenter. He is best known for his time with Westlife. Westlife sold more than 50 million records in total worldwide. This included singles and video releases as well as compilation albums.
American baseball player
Italian ice dancer
Canadian ice hockey player
Famous birthdays on April 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
English singer-songwriter and actress (S Club, 2-4 Family).
Scottish race car driver and Scottish manager
American actress. She was part of MTVaEUR(tm's "The Real World: Las Vegas", where she appeared in 22 episodes. She was optimistic that her beauty and talent would land her another role when the series ended. Arissa, half-African-American and half-Italian, was raised by a single mother. While she was pursuing a degree at Johnson & Wales University, Providence, in advertising and …
British drummer (Bloc Party)
South Korean footballer
Turkish basketball player
American tennis player
American tennis player
American tennis players
Spanish TV host and socialite
Danish sportscaster and footballer
Hungarian high jumper and decathlete
Spanish television host
Czech tennis player
NBA guard (Washington Wizards).
Miss Brazil-Universe (1997).
Producer and songwriter from Sweden-Finnish
Thai American professional skateboarder
Los Angeles, California -- Gymnast (1996 Olympics - 5th Place)
Hockey forward (USA, Olympics-1998)
Austrian tennis player
French physical educator
French competition rower, world champion, and Olympic champion.
German guitarist and singer-songwriter
Swedish heavy metal vocalist (Amon Amarth)
French journalist, TV host, sometimes actress.
Michigan; high jumper.
American politician and lawyer 55th Arkansas Attorney General
Croatian singer-songwriter/guitarist (A 1/2 Ivo Blato)
North Carolina, USA; pitcher. (New York Yankees, Seattle Mariners).
American actress and singer (SWV).
American actress. Uma is the daughter of a Swedish psychotherapist mom (who was previously married to Timothy Leary) as well as an American father who was a professor in Asian religion. Uma was raised to think for herself and be her best, and she got her apartment in Manhattan at the age of 16. Tall and slender, Thurman started her …
American tennis star, born to a father of Armenian descent. Brooke Shields, a five-year-old actress, was his first encounter in 1993. Both were child stars and both were in a career slump. They started sending each other faxes and notes, then they began talking on the telephone for hours. Shields was already in love by the time she met Shields …
Nevada, USA; Tennis star (Olympics Gold-1996, US Open-1994, 1999, Wimbledon-1992).
American singer-songwriter Pink Martini
Hockey forward (Team France 1998).
Massachusetts, USA; actress
Kansas City Chiefs).
South Carolina, USA; Finnish yachter (Olympics-23rd-1996).
NFL cornerback (Philadelphia Eagles).
California, USA; infielder (Philadelphia Phillies).
Canadian Football League defensive end (Winnipeg Blue Bombers).
Famous birthdays on April 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Seven-time Pursuit Course champion, French cyclist. Vice-World Champion 1993. He won a Silver medal for Single Pursuit at Atlanta Olympics on 25/07/96 and a Gold medal for Team Pursuit on 28/07/96.
American murderer who shot his mother and maternal grandparents to death.
The daughter of Brian Wilson's wife Marilyn and a noted American family. Her life was dominated for 20 years by obesity, which reached 300 lbs in a 5-foot-4-in frame.
British record producer and DJ of dance music. He was previously a member and editor of Mixmag's music magazine, DMC Publishing. He co-founded Brothers In Rhythm, producing music for Kylie Minogue and Pet Shop Boys. Since then, he has founded Audio Therapy record labels. He is also known for his contributions to the Renaissance Masters Series (see Renaissance (club), and …
California, USA; rock singer (Wilson Phillips-"Hold On")
President of Croatia (2015-).
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Dutch race car driver (d. 1992)
Ontario, Canada; NHL goalie (Team Canada, Edmonton Oilers).
New York, USA; model (Absolut Vodka, Elle).
Washington; rower/twin sibling of Mary (Olympics-4th-1992 and 1996).
Washington, USA, rower/twin sister to Elizabeth (Olympics-4th-1992 and 1996).
Radio host and English cricketer
Michigan, USA; outfielder (Colorado Rockies).
French academic and geographer
Russian-Australian coach and heptathlete
Austrian producer and DJ (d. 2013).
Italian-American screenwriter and producer of actor
Czech mountaineer and author
Director, White House Domestic Policy Council
American entrepreneur since the age of 13. He was an American entrepreneur at the age of 13. Jonathan was tall, lanky, eloquent, and approachable. He came to terms with homosexuality in 1991. He became an unofficial spokesperson for gay business leaders within a year and began to write a book on the topic.
Italian comedian, actor, comedian, and singer. He is a member of one of the most well-known couples on Italian TV, along with his colleague Paolo Bonolis.
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Germany; Hockey forward (Team Germany 1998).
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Ontario, Canada; NHL defenseman (New York Rangers).
runner (world record 1 km indoor).
According to his linkedin profile, he has appeared in more than 735 films, mostly in minor roles.
Japanese voice actor
Canadian academic and author
American actor and director
California, USA; PGA golfer (1985 Kemper Open).
Famous birthdays on April 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
British pianist, and younger brother to electronic genius Brian Eno.
American actress, seen in five consecutive commercial, if not critical hits: "The Witches of Eastwick," Married To The Mob," Tequila Sunrise," Dangerous Liaisons," Oscar nominated "The Fabulous Baker Boys" and "Married To The Mob." She played Catwoman in the sequel to "Batman."
American author and motivational speaker on "folk psychology"
American television journalist, reporter, teacher of journalism in China, and author. She was a woman who works with ideals and smuggled out film from Tiananmen Square. Some of her students and friends were among the Red Army soldiers who shot them in Tiananmen Square, Beijing. It was between June 3rd and 4th 1989. Houston disguised her 8MM film as Neil …
English footballer (d. 2013)
Indian author and historian
British businessman and CEO of McLaren Racing
American baseball player and sportscaster
California, USA; actress
California, USA; actress
rocker (Fairground attraction - "Find My Love")
American environmentalist and ecologist (d. 2003).
French spy and nuclear engineer. Temperville, who was a French nuclear engineer and spy, was arrested in September 1992. He had received information from Victor Otchenko (a former KGB colonel who defected towards the West), about selling secrets to Soviets. He traded documents about the physical composition of French thermonuclear arms, reprocessing techniques for nuclear waste and secret telegram codes …
Greek politician and javelin thrower
Norwegian singer-songwriter (Zoo)
rocker (Shooting Star).
American philosopher and physicist
American actress, with a career that spans four decades. She first became famous for her role as Mary Ryan on the daytime soap opera Ryan's Hope (1975-1978). She is also well-known for her roles as Captain Kathryn Janeway and Galina 'Red' Reznikov in "Star Trek: Voyager", which were the first female series regulars in leading roles.
Voyager, Heartbeat and Kate Loves a Mystery
Mimi, a Greek flight stewardess, was later to become the mistress of Andreas Papandreou, a married P.M. He divorced his wife of many decades and they were married in Athens at 8:30 pm on 7/13/1989. He died from a heart attack in Athens on June 23, 1996, leaving his widowed wife.
American comedian who created his top-rated TV show, "Seinfeld," which aired for 140 episodes. He remarked that after nine years of working on the show, which featured 100 cast members, a dozen writers, and the cast, it felt like he had been let off his leash. On 5/14/1998, the final episode was viewed by an estimated 76,000,000 viewers. It is …
rocker (Romeo Void).
American politician (Representative-Republican-New York).
Former British research scientist and editor of Realta. He is a pro astrologer and has spoken extensively throughout Europe in 1998. He specializes in mundane astrology as well as the Science-Astrology debate.
Russia; cosmonaut (STS 71, TM-27).
British mystic who experienced a spiritual awakening between 1990 and 1991 and started his earth healing.
Chicago, Illinois -- Comedienne (SNL, Miami Blues, Working Girl)
American baseball coach and player
English statistician, academic
Canadian politician and lawyer 11th Canadian Minister for Foreign Affairs
American race car champion, nicknamed "The Intimidator" by his fans for being a tireless, hard-charging driver who never gave up. Earnhardt was the first driver to ever win the NASCAR Winston Cup Series Rookie title of year. He also won his second Championship in that series. Earnhardt has won almost every major title and event available to NASCAR Winston Cup …
French politician and Member of Parliament for the Union for a Popular Movement.
North Carolina, USA. NASCAR driver/"The Incimidator" (died 2001).
British diplomat to France for the English diplomat
German musician, a vocalist and organist, a multi-instrumentalist and member of "Tangerine Dream" 1970. He said that he has experienced Kundalini, an out-of body experience, near-death and meditation.
Australian producer and director
American politician and junior senator of Michigan
New Zealand broadcaster, who achieved national recognition for his television and radio journalism. Holmes hosted the first prime-time current affairs program, Holmes, on TV One, from 1989 to 2004. Holmes hosted the Newstalk ZB morning show from 1985 to 2008. He also hosted the Saturday morning show between 2009 and 2012.
American baseball player. He was a left-handed pitcher for the Cleveland Indians in 1971.
Famous birthdays on April 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
An Italian citizen was driving in Argenta, Sicily at the time Judge Livatino was killed. He identified the murderer and reported it to police. His precise testimony helped to identify, arrest, and convict the killer.
United States -- 100m runner (1972 Olympics)
England, United Kingdom -- Actress (Annie Watts EastEnders).
German guitarist and songwriter (Can), (d. 2001).
French stage and movie actress, member of the ComA(c)die-FranASSaise.
California, USA; actor.
Los Angeles, California -- Actor (Cage, Yor, Captain America, Fast Break)
American professional athlete. He was drafted in 1970 by the New Orleans Saints. After one year, he was transferred to Kansas City Chiefs and played there for two more seasons. Otis played six more seasons with the St. Louis Cardinals before he retired in 1978.
American golfer. He was the world's most popular player in the mid-'70s. Miller won the U.S. Open with a cut-off golf club he had at five years old. Miller was just five years old when he won the U.S. Junior Amateur in 1964. He went on to become a legend of golf. Between 1972 and 1976, he dominated the PGA …
Danish photographer and global wanderer, Holdt is the creator of "American Pictures", a book and slideshow documenting racism and poverty. Holdt fled Denmark with only $40. He stayed for five years, traveling over 118,000 miles by hitchhiking across the United States. He has shared the photos taken during his travels over the years and has written about his adventures via …
San Francisco Sports Champions
Canadian ice hockey player
United States -- 1500m runner / broke 4 minute mile (1968 Olympics - Silver Medalist)
American singer, songwriter, guitarist, and leader of Tommy James and the Shondells.
American singer-songwriter/producer (The Third Rail, Ohio Express).
California, USA; golfer.
American track and field champion and politician who served as a Republican member of Congress from 1996 to 2007. He represented the 2nd District in Kansas.
San Francisco, California -- Golfer (US Open 1973, British Open 1976)
Director (K2, Bride, Aria, Quadrophenia)
Maryland, USA; director (Hairspray).
American singer (d. 1970)
rocker (Soft Machine).
Actor (Johnny Dangerously Sebastine, If).
American notorious kidnapper. Krist, along with Ruth E. Schier his friend, designed and built a coffin to be used by kidnap victim Barbara Mackle. She was the daughter of a wealthy family and was buried alive with a four-day air supply on 12/17/1968. Mackle was saved and Krist was captured with the ransom money in Florida swamps.
English geneticist and biologist.
French violinist and singer-songwriter
French journalist and spokesperson for the Nice-Matin workers' Collective Interest Cooperative Society. He is married to Anne BarrA"re, a television producer.
Danish Princess / Daughter of Frederik IX
English businessman and footballer
Texas, USA; country singer (Oak Ridge Boys - "Elvira").
Baroness Deech English academic and lawyer
Baroness Dean Thornton-le-Fylde English union leader, politician
Rock bassist (Manfred Mann, "Mighty Quinn")
Baroness Fritchie English academic and civil servant
Baroness Chalker, Wallasey English politician Minister for State for Europe
Brazilian singer. She is the only child of Dorival Caymmi (b. Brazil) and Stella Maris (b. Brazil). She was a singer in Portuguese-language nightclubs in South America. With brothers Danilo Caymmi (Dori Caymmi), her 2013 album Caymmi was nominated to the Latin Grammy Award for Best MPB Record.
German painter (d.2009)
British World champion squash player (1966-1973).
Famous birthdays on April 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American convict, Ponzi scheme operator
American ex-businessman, stockbroker and investment advisor. He was the ex-non-executive chairman at NASDAQ and an admitted operator in a Ponzi scheme, which is known to be the biggest financial fraud in American history.
German producer and bass player (Manfred Mann, Plastic Ono Band).
Englejack and engineer English (d. 2004).
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 2005).
Flemish musician, poet, and artist. Van de Velde died at Antwerp on 10 November 2008, aged 71.
Translator and poet in Estonian-Russian (d. 1997)
Indian pianist, conductor and violinist. He was also an international musician who was appointed the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra's lifetime conductor in 1981. Mehta is a dynamic and charismatic orchestral leader in the classical music scene. He has a lot of concert fans everywhere he performs. Mehta is a champion of Germanic music, including that of Richard Wagner and Richard Strauss. …
American actor (Born 1936).
Spanish priest 13th Superior General of The Society of Jesus
New York, USA; rock vocalist (Deep Purple).
American singer (Nino Tempo & April Stevens)
English banker / multi-millionaire
Actor (Xavier-Battlestar Galactica)
Tennessee, USA. Actor (Perry-Lois and Clark Chiefs, Nathan-V).
American guitarist and singer
New York, USA; comedian (Spike Jones Show).
Third President of Cape Verdean politics from Cape Verde
German hurdler and sprinter
American composer, writer of verse and songs. He doesn't consider himself to be a poet but his books of poetry are the best-selling. His works include "Stanyon Street and Other Sorrows", 1971, and "Fields of Wonder," 1972. In 1981, at the height of his career in composition, he performed 300 concerts. He lost sight of his audience at the peak …
American baseball coach and player
South Wales, United Kingdom -- Actor ("Barretts on Wimpole Street")
Belgian politician and economist, 61st Prime Minster of Belgium
Belgian politician and economist. Gaston Eyskens is his son.
American mechanical and petrochemical engineer, and CEO of Kerr-McGee. This diversified company has interests in metals and chemicals as well as oil and gas. McPherson holds a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering and a BS degree in Petrochemical Engineering. He is known for his education reforme.
California, USA; singer/composer ("Alone", "Beatsville").
Zaikin; Russian cosmonaut (Voshkod 2 backup).
Belgian actor, comedian.
American actress and soprano (d. 2005).
English painter and educator
He was a Scottish singer, rhythm-based guitarist and banjo player. He released 17 top ten hits, including three No.1s between February 1956 and May 1962.
American actor, director and producer of theater. He was the founder of American Conservatory Theater and made his directorial debut with Chekhov 10/07/1958. He was energetic, vital, and had a passion for theater. In 1955, he performed as Hamlet with the San Diego Shakespeare Festival. He also received a Carnegie Institute Fellowship, a one year NBC/RCA DirectoraEUR (tm), in the …
Canadian politician, 1st Premier of Yukon (d. 2014.)
German-English academic and painter
Scotland; skiffle singer/guitarist (dies 2002).
French director and actor
Belgium sport Champion
Famous birthdays on April 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Jeremy Thorpe, a British politician from the past, was the leader of The Liberal Party from 1967 to 1976 as well as Member of Parliament (MP), for North Devon from 1959-1979.
American jazz musician (d.2006)
American baseball player and coach (d.2003)
German academic and author (d. 2007).
Australian composer and conductor (d. 2014.)
American actor and TV star, who was involved in more than a dozen films and on television before retiring from the show business in 1971. From 1991 to 1991, he worked in Hawaii as a realty agent. He was 75 years old when he died in Ainaloa (Hawaii) on 30/12/2003.
German-English physiologist engineer, and academic
Texas, USA; rock vocalist (Coasters - "Searchin").
American singer (The Coasters), (d.2011)
England, United Kingdom -- 100m Sprint (1948 Olympics – Silver Medalist).
Physicist/executive at an auto company
American politician (Representative-Democrat-Florida).
American journalist and author (d.2009)
Saint Lucian politician and lawyer 1st Prime Minister Saint Lucia (d.2007)
American actor of character (Born 1925).
American animator, producer, and film director (d.2007).
American writer and astrologer, Willner was also an engineer by trade and a student at Edgar Cayce. He is the inventor of the INCARN rectification system. His books include "The Rising Sign Problem," The Twelve Houses," The Powerful Declinations," Astrological Revelations, and "The Perfect Horoscope." He was currently working on a book about the U.S. presidents at the time of …
rocker (Nashville Brass).
Dutch actor/director (Surprise Attack and Elevator).
From 1952, French actress and ballerina. Her spectacular shows included "Hans Christian Andersen," “Anything Goes” and "Follies Bernieriere.”
St Denis Journalist
Ontario, Canada; Canadian Tour golfer (QuTbec Open-1952).
Canadian golfer (Born 1924)
Italian painter, acclaimed.
Pennsylvania, USA; director (Never Say Never Again).
London, England -- Actress. (Peeping Tom. Ricochet. House of Cards).
American actor producer and director (d. 2010).
Belgian jazz musician; he plays guitar and harmonica. He started playing the accordion when he was 3. He was a jazz fan during WWII German occupation of Belgium. In 1950, he joined the Benny Goodman European concert tour. This gave him an international breakthrough.
Belgian/US jazz composer / musician
Austrian journalist and motorcycle racer (d. 2001).
Washington, United States -- Actor (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Promises Promises)
Italian painter, noted for being one the leaders in the Roman dulce Vita and her disregard for proper conduct.
Jager Dutch Astronomer (Sun).
At 76, a writer/broadcaster dies.
Lynn, Massachusetts -- Composer (9-Minute Opera)
Famous birthdays on April 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
French screenwriter and actor (d. 2006).
French diplomat, a member SDECE (France’s external intelligence agency and a counter-espionage services), under Jacques Foccart. He was the Ambassador to Gabon from November 1979 to 1981. He was responsible for the "Africa” aEURaEURservice together with Elf.
French film actor and filmmaker (d. 2006).
Indian tabla player (d. 2000)
Belgian historian, writer.
He was a Scottish educator and Vice-Chancellor of University of Leicester in 1962. He was also an economist lecturer. He was the father of two children.
American football coach and player (d. 1990).
France sport Champion
American singer, actress, pianist, and entertainer, born to Norwegian parents. She studied ballet and drama in Holland, France, and the United States. The Univ. She studied at the Univ. Broadway in 1938, and a triumphant appearance in "Oklahoma" in 1946. In 1946, she made her screen debut on the big screen with 20th Century Fox. She won an Academy Award …
American preacher known as "The Little Minister". He was 12 years old when he began preaching in different churches in California and other states. He was precocious since infancy. He swam at six weeks old, made movies at two years old, learned to play the violin at three, and started preaching at four years. He grew to be tall, compact …
American avant-garde filmmaker and entrepreneur. Deren was also a choreographer and dancer, film theorist as well as a poet, lecturer writer, and photographer.
Canadian author and historian (d.2011)
Honduran author well-known for his radical left-wing views.
American entertainer. One of four brothers who set new standards with their singing musical hits. Their seven-decade career began in Ohio in 1922. They sold more than 50 million records. Along with Herbert, Harry, and John, Donald broke all racial barriers in America.
France Military man
Belgium sport Champion
German-American physicist (d. 1997)
Dieppe Military man
actress (Private Benjamin).
French ballet dancer and noted family member, Jean A. Schwarz, dancer/choreographer. Married only once.
Rear Admiral of the Scottish Military
American actor, who was introduced to Hollywood by David O. Selznick before he entered film acting. He played lead in approximately 50 films. His films include "The Duke of West Point", "The Little Foxes", and "King Solomon's Mines". His career was interrupted by his service in the military during WW II.
French Major General, who served in the Foreign Legion between 1940 and 1961.
Novelist / critic
American Astrologer. Joined AFA in May 1968.
American educator. He was the president of Pennsylvania State University between 1956 and 1970. He is also a founding member of National Academy of Engineering.
Famous birthdays on April 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
American actor and singer
Prelate of the French Catholic Church, Bishop of Nice 1963-1984
7-year Itch, Adam’s Rib
French politician. He was a member the French Section of Workers' International (SFIO), a socialist French party. He was also president of the Ligue des droits de l'homme from 1958 to 1975. He was a founder of the ComitA(c) d'Action Socialiste and a member the Brutus Network. This Resistant Socialist group is also his. Mayer supported also the LibA (c)ration-sud …
American writer. He is known as the first to make sci-fi a legitimate academic subject. He published his first book in 1947. In the 50's, he started a syndicated comic strip called "Beyond Mars". In 1964, he received his PhD and wrote more than 50 books. His autobiography "Wonder's Child", which was published in 1947, was a recipient of numerous …
sci-fi author (Firechild, Golden Blood, Cometeers).
Chalons sur Marne Military man
Singer / actor (Destins, Belle Menuniere), dies at 76
Austrian-born American director, High Noon (1952), Here to Eternity (1953), Oklahoma (55), A Man for All Seasons (1966), The Day of the Jackal (73), Five Days one Summer (82), died of heart attack at the age of 69 (born 1907).
French actor and singer. He was a French singer and actor, as well as a tenor in French cabaret. He was a star in movies due to his operatic voice and "Latin Lover", persona. Rossi recorded hundreds of records over his career and appeared in more then 25 films. His most famous film appearance was Si Versailles m'A(c),tait contA(c). He …
Movie director (From Here to Eternity Day of the Jackal Day of the Jackal Julia).
Italian industrialist, who was one the most powerful oilmen in the world. He was a government official in 1953 when he became President of the National Hydrocarbons Authority.
Louis de Polignac's older brother is from a French family of noted people. He was a commercial attachA(c), 1928-50 and General Director, 1950-52. He also served as President from 1952 to 1980. He was involved in many charitable organizations.
Rear admiral and military of Scotland
Scranton, Pennsylvania -- Orchestra leader. (Welcome aboard).
Italian oil magnate.
New York, singer (Arthur Godfrey Show, Masquerade Party).
French fashion designer and leader in fashion business during the 1950s.
Japanese royalty, the first born son of Emperor Taisho and the crown prince in 1916 and declared the 124th Ruler of Japan on 12/25/1926 after a regency of five years, upon the death of his father, Emperor Taisho. Soon after the prince was born he was taken from his parents to be reared in isolation and trained as the future …