List of celebrities and famous people who were born on December 29th
Famous birthdays on December 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002007
Her parents are Oscar de la Hoya, a boxer, and Millie Corretjer, a pop singer from Puerto Rico.
Famous birthdays on December 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
American family of fame, son of Pamela Anderson (and her husband Tommy Lee). Pamela was the star on "Baywatch", and Tommy is the drummer of "Motley Crue." Dylan was 6 lbs. when he was born at home. 14 oz. 14 oz. He is the older brother of Brandon Thomas, who was born 6/05/1996,
Japanese actress and singer (Nogizaka46 & AKB48).
Japanese royal family, the second daughter born to Prince Akishino and his wife Princess Kiko. They married in July 1990 and had Princess Mako in October 1991. Under current Japanese law only male heirs are allowed to succeed to the throne and there have been no males born in the family since 1965.
Japanese actor and model
South Korean actor and singer (U-KISS).
Famous birthdays on December 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Hungarian tennis player
English/US actor (Pippin 49th Parallel), died at 80
Hungarian tennis player
Japanese race car driver
South Korean singer and actress
Christie Brinkley and Billy Joel's daughter
South Korean actress
Chinese American fashion designer
American musician and noted family, she is the daughter of singer Billy Joel and cover girl Christie Brinkley. She had her voice box removed in 1998. She released a CD with six songs in 2006, which she also wrote.
American actor, screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, and film director. He is the son to Elizabeth Burkit Cox, and Oliver Stone, film director. In 2012, he converted to Shia Islam.
Estonian basketball player
Australian rules footballer
American country music singer.
Chilean TV actor (Born 1983).
Austrian race car driver
Italian jockey killed after being thrown off his horse on 7/17/2000
Japanese figure skater and sportscaster
Famous birthdays on December 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Japanese actress and model
Peruvian-American porn director and actress
American sprinter and hurdler
French victim, raped, and murdered.
American baseball player
American actor, writer, producer
Soap Opera Actress
Czech ice hockey player
American baseball player: Indians pitcher
Hot Springs, Arkansas -- Playmate August 1997
linebacker (Philadelphia Eagles).
World Music Singer
cornerback (Arizona Cardinals).
French road racing cyclist who won the Tour de l'Avenir 1998 and the King of the Mountains 1998 Tour de France. He won the Tour du Limousin stage 2 in 2002. He retired in 2008
Venezuela; infielder (Toronto Blue Jays).
American singer, rapper, and producer. He is best known for his work as a founding member with Underground Kingz (UGK) Bun B.
American baseball general manager
English actor, producer, director
Model and actress from Chile, both American and Chilean
American soccer manager and player
NFL Wide Receiver (Houston Oilers)
San Diego, California -- Synchronized swimmer (1996 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
NFL cornerback (San Diego Chargers).
WLAF corner (Frankfurt Galaxy)
South Korean voice actor
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Toad The Wet Sprocket & Works Progress Administration).
Welsh singer and television host
Japanese race car driver
Famous birthdays on December 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American and British actresses
Scottish journalist and race car driver
NFL safety (Pittsburgh Steelers)
Colorado, USA; outfielder (Houston Astros).
He is an Italian family member and conductor. His career began in 1994, when he attended the Conductors Institute at Hartford, CT. Harold Farbermann was his mentor. He was a well-known pianist and earned a master's degree from UCLA in conducting. He studied with Audrey Boreyko and Zubin Mehta, and has been studying at the Vienna Music Academy since 1998.
Son of Carlo Ponti & Sophia Loren
French TV actor, comedian, and impersonator. Lautner was a close friend of his.
American producer, screenwriter, and director of film.
NFL defensive end (Dallas Cowboys).
American actor, well-known family member, Elliot Gould is the son of Barbra and Elliot Streisand. He was 5 years old when he appeared in "Up the Sandbox", a film by his mom. He had two films unreleased and one in production at the time, "Mismatch" He appeared in "Prince of Tides" in 1991.
French boxer, born to Algerian parents. Out of 32 professional bouts, he lost just two. He was a natural athlete and spent more time at nightclubs than training. He lost his first fight on 7/05/1991, the second two years later, when he lost to the champion. He regained his championship by winning a rematch in January 1995 and then won …
British Columbia, Canada; Canadian Tour golfer (1990 Alberta Open).
Alberta, Canada; Canadian Tour golfer (1995 Desert Tour).
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (The Offspring).
Hockey goaltender (Team Italy 1998).
Panamanian composer and pianist
California, USA; infielder.
Actress (Sarah Head of the Class
American football coach
British rugby league player
Director and pianist of the English Illustrator Photographer
Filipino billiards player
Italian pop/folk singer/songwriter and musician. He won three Critics' Award and four Sanremo Music Festival competitions during his career.
Jamaican-American baseball player: Outfield, Marlins
Jamaica; outfielder (Florida Marlins).
He is a Scottish singer and guitarist who founded The Jesus and Mary Chain in 1983 with his brother William. This feedback-driven, guitar-driven band was founded by him and his brother William. They were known for their explosive sound and their twenty-minute concerts, which occasionally sparked riots.
American Professor of Engineering (Born 1961).
English journalist and physician
Referee and cricketer from Australia
Congolese militia leader founded Union of Congolese Patriots
Congolese political activist
Famous birthdays on December 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American comedian, Malibu on 6/27/2001 at 3:10 pm, Malibu on child sexual abuse charges with a 13 year-old girl three times, May 19, June 5, and June 6, 2001.
New Mexico, USA; actress (Brenda-Capitol).
Irish rugby player
American astronaut and colonel engineer
South Dakota, USA. PGA golfer (1989 Hardee's Golf Classic).
French journalist and editor of "Journal de 20 heures", a programme on televison station TF1.
He was a French meteorologist engineer and TV weather presenter. However, his project was halted by a collision involving technicians and candidates (helicopter collision).
American producer and screenwriter
American screenwriter and playwright
Scottish rugby player and coach
German producer and director of actor
Dutch musical director/arranger (Josephine).
Scottish comedian. He hosts a BBC Scotland radio program every day and has been on many TV shows.
rocker (Pat Benatar Band).
Dutch rock drummer (Doe Maar - "Bomb").
American homicide suspect believed to have killed Daniel Vallone. His body has never been located. Malloy was captured in Tampa, FL after the case was highlighted on "America's Most Wanted." Vallone, 36 years old, disappeared with $621 in his checking account on 12/03/1987. Jim Malloy was his last sighting. He is a Georgia carpenter wanted for charges including auto theft …
Japan (d. 2002).
Trenton, New Jersey -- US Soccer Coach (1996 Olympics - Gold Medalist).
California, USA; rock vocalist.
German politician and chairman of the Social Democratic Party of Germany from November 2005 to April 2006. Since 2002, Minister-President for Brandenburg
German lawyer and former fencer. He won a medal with Germany at the 1976 Olympics. Bach is currently the International Olympic Committee's ninth President.
American javelin thrower. She was an Olympian twice (1972 and 1976), both winning a Bronze Medal.
Entrepreneur, singer, and self-help author. His marketing book, Buying Trances: a New Psychology of Marketing and Sales, made him famous. Every minute a customer is born. Vitale writes on topics such as marketing, the New Age Law of Attraction and persuasive communication.
American murderer (d. 2005)
Journalist and academic from Zambian-English
US javelin thrower (1972 Olympics, Bronze Medalist).
The Crips was founded by an American gang leader (d. 2005).
Israeli actress and singer
American ballerina, author, and teacher. She is most well-known for her rapid rise to the top of ballet, only to fall to the bottom again, and then climb back up. Kirkland, one of the greatest ballet dancers of all time, wrote "Dancing On My Grave" (1990) and "The Shape of Love (1990).
USSR -- Gymnist (1972-76, 80 Olympics, Gold Medalist)
American jazz musician and saxophone player, 1st-born. One of the greatest jazz talents.
Pennsylvania, USA; ballerina/druggie (Nutcracker).
US singer/actress ("I Don’t Know How To Love Him")
Canadian singer-songwriter (d. 2007)
Michigan, USA; jazz singer. (Manhattan Transfer – "Operator")
Pennsylvania, USA; actor ("Fire With Fire", Homicide).
Famous birthdays on December 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American swimmer, who was a springboard diver and won the Olympic Gold Medal at 1976 games. He was able to pass the bar and become a lawyer.
Indian actor and cricketer
English rugby player and coach (d.2008)
Northern Irish politician, 3rd First Minister of Northern Ireland
American actor. He was a popular choice as Sam Malone, the libidinous bartender in "Cheers." This role was played with humor, male chauvinism, and pathos. The series premiered on 9/30/1982 and ended with the final episode on 5/20/1993.
Scottish actor director and producer manager
English singer-songwriter and producer (Emerson Lake & Powell the Jeff Beck Group Rainbow Whitesnake & Black Sabbath). (d. 1998)
Coach and English rower
California, USA; actor (Sam Malone – Cheers, Three Men and a Baby).
Whitesnake Lake, Emerson Lake, and Palmer
Estonian poet and architect
American computer scientist and physicist (d. 2012).
English singer, songwriter, actress. She lived a "love story," with Mick Jagger, from 1966 to 1970.
American politician. He was a Virginia senator from 1982 to 1983 and a three-term member of the House of Representatives. He began his career as a law clerk for District Judge Albert Bryan in 1971. In 1971, he was promoted to Assistant U.S. Attorney for East District of Virginia 1972-1974, and Commonwealth's attorney 1974-1976.
French-Chilean psychiatrist and advisor to president Allende.
Canadian singer/bass player for "The Band", a band that was formed in 1961 by four Canadians and one American southerner. They enjoyed touring with Bob Dylan and other top rock'n’roll acts in the late 1960s. Their music was both mystical and earthy, and unsurpassed in its depth and originality. They were together almost a decade before they had their first …
Dutch Traffic Minister (19..-1994)
American illustrator and author
Manager of an American rock band (Born 1943).
Canadian guitarist/producer (The Band), singer-songwriter and guitarist (d. 1999).
Indian Bollywood actor, producer, and politician. He was known as the "first superstar" or "original superstar" in Indian cinema. In the years 1969-1972, he starred in 15 solo hits films. Bombay Superstar, a BBC film about him, was made in 1974. Khanna is considered one of the most important and influential actors in Hindi cinema's history.
Canadian singer and actor. She was born in England and moved to Canada as a child with her family. She has been a part of several television series, including "Check It Out", which ran from 1985-1988.
England, United Kingdom -- Rock vocalist ("Moody Blues Nights in White Satin")
American ex-athlete who competed in pole vault. He was a competitor in the pole vault for the United States at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan. He won the gold medal. For almost two years, he held the pole vault world record.
Keiser, Arkansas -- Country singer (Texas)
Arkansas, USA; country singer (Texas).
Dutch singer/songwriter "Come off that Roof".
Famous birthdays on December 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Gayoom; President of Maldives (1978).
American visual and installation artist. He was a pioneer in the so-called aEURoeLight/SpaceaEUR movement, which flourished in Southern California during the 1960s and 1970s.
American actor, who received Oscar nominations for movies such as 1969's "Deliverance", and "Midnight Cowboy" in addition to a few minor images. He won the Academy Award in 1978 for "Coming Home." He won the Cannes Best Actor Award for the same movie five years later. Voight, along with Robert DeNiro and Al Pacino, appeared in "Heat" 1995 after a …
Blockbuster, Miami Dolphins).
New York, USA: actor (Deliverance Midnight Cowboy).
English horse rider and sportscaster
German actor, singer and television presenter. He is best known for his TV show ZDF-Hitparade which featured German Schlager music in the 1970s and 80s. He was an actor and starred in Das Millionenspiel, a TV drama that aired in 1970.
English actor and producer
Blockbuster Entertainment is a national chain of video rental shops. American entrepreneur. Huizenga purchased the company in 2000 when it had 26 outlets. Since then, it has grown to more than 1,435 outlets. Huizenga also owns 15% of the Miami Dolphins football club.
American football legend, linebacker for Green Bay Packers under Coach Vince Lombardi. He is a Hall of Fame legend and was part of five NFL championship teams, including the first two Super Bowls. He was also a member of the NFL’s 75th All Time Team.
American actress and television executive. Moore was named "America's Sweetheart" and is a five-time Emmy winner, Academy Award nominee, Best Actress nominee, Golden Globe Award winner, Tony Award nominee, and Emmy nominee. Moore's TV series, "The Mary Tyler Moore Show", was a huge success in the 1970s. Moore had a 30-year acting career on television, screen and stage. Her ever-smiling …
American singer and radio host (The Velvets), (d. 2013).
England, United Kingdom -- Auto dealer / multi-millionaire (Harrogate)
Actor (Dr Westphall St Elsewhere), commits suicide when he is 60
Georgia, USA; newscaster (ABC Weekend News, 20/20).
Minnesota, USA; actor ("Dr Westphall-St Elsewhere")
Altoona sports Champions
English journalist and author
Blues singer / guitarist
American actress and lyric singer. Swenson studied at Northwestern University's Drama Department. She was acclaimed for her Broadway performance in "The First Gentleman" (1959). She was a star in Hollywood's "Advise & Consent" and the "the Miracle Worker", both 1962. She returned to the stage and was nominated for a Tony for Best Actress in Musical. This nomination was for …
Nebraska, USA; actress (Gretchen - Benson).
England, United Kingdom -- Actress. (Castle of Blood and Dark Shadows).
Yi Bangja, a Japanese-American boy (d. 2005).
Lithuanian basketball coach and player (d. 2012).
Korea (d. 2005).
Famous birthdays on December 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
France sport Champion
Italian football/football player and coach.
American CEO and executive in charge of Gillette Corporation. Mockler holds an AB degree and a MBA degree. He also enjoys reading Agatha Christie books for relaxation.
American guitarist (The Blues Brothers).
British comedian actor, voice-over and TV personality. He was a well-known TV personality, with his own show "The Bernard Cribbins Show", as well as numerous commercials and radio comedy shows. Cribbins also appeared in three "Carry On” films.
USA; sportscaster (Monday Night Baseball).
American sprinter (Born 1927).
American architect for golf courses
New York, USA. Actress (Operation Petticoat Butterfield 8).
From 1982 to 1986, the President of Costa Rica.
Journalist, film critic, and historian from Switzerland. From 1951 to 1996, he was director of the Swiss Film Archive, a foundation for the preservation and study of cinematography and films. He is a Privatdozent at University of Lausanne.
Belgium sport Champion
American publisher and businessman, Allbritton Communications Company was founded in 2012 by an American businessman.
French mathematician, physicist. She was the first woman elected to AcadA(c]mie des Sciences FranASSaise ("French Academy of Sciences"), and is a Grand Officier of LA(c]gion d’honneur.
American doctor was charged with murdering his wife on 7/04/1954 in their own bed. He beat her with 27 punches to the head
American filmmaker and promoter beauty contests and talent shows. He is also a screenwriter and minor journalist for The Hollywood Reporter.
American academic and author
American singer-songwriter (d. 2014.)
Inventor of the chicken nugget (d.2006)
The chicken nugget was invented by an American chef (d. 2006).
1. President of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Serbian politician (d. 2014).
Swedish actress and director, with a face made of amazing angles and planes. She made her film debut in 1940, and then moved to Hollywood in 1946.
Famous birthdays on December 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Dutch journalist / writer (De dei is forroun / Havank-T)
American author and political scientist (d. 2014).
Italian composer and pianist (d.2013)
French singer and lyric-coloratura, highly acclaimed. She was born in Paris and made her debut as Gilda in 1945. She sang in operas in France and Belgium, but in San Francisco from 1954 to 1956. According to legend, she sang the highest note ever recorded by a human voice in that time period.
American politician, lawyer, and politician. He was a member of Los Angeles' police department for over 20 years. He also served as a city council member since 1973. The tall, quiet, and regal sharecropper was elected to a fifth term in 1989. Bradley unsuccessfully ran twice for governor. He hosted the 1984 Olympic Summer Games.
American actor, who was one of the last Munchkins to survive the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz.
Indian producer and director (d. 2005).
Norwegian artist and illustrator. Twenty of his works have been acquired by the Norwegian Museum of Contemporary Art. He is also represented in several galleries in Norway as well as in national galleries in Stockholm and Copenhagen.
American football coach and player (d. 1996).
W Meefout Dutch sculptor, (Laying Woman).
Schofield Barracks Military Man
American hunter and author (d. 65)
American science fiction writer. He graduated in chemistry from George Washington University. He also worked as a patent lawyer in Connecticut and Washington, DC between 1947 and 1981. Many of Harness's works are influenced by his experience as a lawyer.
United States -- Sci-fi author (Paradox Men, Wolfhead)
American jazz musician, who was raised as a man and found that this was the only way to be recognized as a skilled musician. He was a talented pianist and saxophonist and discovered that once the male identity was established it was much easier to play it out. He was a member of bands like "Jack Teagarden", "Russ Carlyle", and …
Scottish climber, author, and broadcaster (Born 1914).
Australian painter, illustrator (d. 1999).
Bangladeshi academic and painter (d. 1976).
Melbourne, Victoria -- Composer (Triad)
French criminal and murderer, sentenced to death and executed later.
French General, who served in World War II as well as the Algerian War.
Humorist (Show), dies at the age of 68
French singer, very popular in the 1940s and 1960s. He won the Eurovision Song Contest 1958 singing "Dors, mon amour". Music composed by Pierre DelanoA, lyrics by Hubert Giraud.
German spy and physicist (d. 1988).
British economist and author. Clifton R. Musser Professor Emeritus of Economic at the University of Chicago Law School was his title. Coase began his studies with the University of London External Programme, 1927aEUR29. He then entered the London School of Economics where he studied with Arnold Plant. In 1991, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics.
Famous birthdays on December 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Mexican historian, philosopher and archaeologist. His research was centered on Mesoamerica's history. He belonged to a traditionalist family with a middle class. He received the Master in Ethnology degree from the National School of Anthropology and Mexico (ENAH) in 1945. He was a professor at the Ecole Normale de LeA3n. Later, he was appointed professor at the National Autonomous University …
German Theologist/Antifascist dies at 84
Arkansas, United States -- Actresses (Ex-Lady and In the Navy).
Dutch pilot test (Fokker).
English scientist and author (d. 1992).
French painter, poet, illustrator, and filmmaker.
Indian author and poet (d. 1994)
French cinematographer and director of photography. Matras began his career as a newsreel photographer and rose to be a highly respected lighting cameraman in French films. His credits include Renoir, Max Ophuls, and Christian-Jaque.
Jazz trumpeter / bandleader
Italy sport Champion
Brazilian painter (d. 1962)
French accordionist, one of the greatest ever.
Canadian ice hockey player (Born in 1902)
American Astrologer. He was a member of the Church Of Light, and a teacher.
Belgium sport Champion