List of celebrities and famous people who were born on July 29th
Famous birthdays on July 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002007
Famous birthdays on July 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
American family of distinction, the son Amy Carter and James Wentzel, her husband of three-years; the grandson former President Jimmy Carter. The healthy boy weighed 7 lbs. 13, oz.
Japanese singer (HKT48 & NMB48).
Slovenian tennis player
Australian Rules Footballer
Australian rugby player
American singer and actress (T-Squad).
American singer and actor
Italian-born British singer, third child of rock star Sting. She performs under the stage name "I Blame Coco".
South Korean singer and actress
Russian-Croatian chess player
American murder victim (d. 1993)
Famous birthdays on July 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Hong Kong-South Korean singer (U-KISS)
Dutch model Miss Earth 2006
American producer and actor
Indonesian badminton player
American baseball player
American actress (d. 2006).
South Korean footballer
Mexican actress and journalist
Indonesian-American actress, producer
TV Show Host
He was a Spanish Formula One driver and won the championship twice.
American actress, singer and dancer
Wichita Falls, Texas -- Gymnast (Jr National Champ 93, Olympics - 1996)
Master Sergeant Imad Ibn-Ziaten (30), an off-duty paratrooper in 1er Parachute Logistics Regiment (1er(c)giment de train parachutiste), was shot in the head by terrorist Mohamed Merah at point-blank distance outside a Toulouse gym. This was on Sunday, 11 March 2012. Ibn-Ziaten was at the time waiting to meet someone who claimed to be interested to buy a motorcycle from him. …
American soccer player
American mixed martial artist and American police officer
American actress, born in the theater arts. Rachel Miner is the daughter and acting teacher and theater director Peter Miner, and the granddaughter of Frances Fuller, the late producer Worthington Miner. Rachel's mother is Diane Rynone Miner, a writer-director.
Chilean tennis player
American drummer (Converge United Nations, All Pigs Must Die).
Canadian-born American football player
Famous birthdays on July 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Latvian basketball player
American basketball player
British Indian broadcaster and journalist specialising in international affairs, social justice issues, arts and culture and international human rights.
Estonian orienteer, rogainer
Macedonian tennis player
American baseball player
American keyboard player and producer (Gnarls barkley Broken Bells and Danger Doom).
United States -- 200m Individual Medley (1992, 1996 Olympics - Silver Medalist).
American producer and rapper
American record producer and songwriter
American chess prodigy. He beat his father at chess when he was eight years old. Ten years later, he won three national championships in 6th, 8th, and 9th grade and "a few other titles." He described chess as "music" and defeated Josh Waitzkin, a child chess prodigy in a U.S. match in 1990.
Miss Namibia Universe (1997)
English choreographer and dancer
Lasalle, Quebec -- NHL goalie (Tampa Bay Lightning)
American producer and actor
Pennsylvania, USA; rapper (Boyz II Men).
Georgia, USA; actor ("I Know My Name Is Steven")
WLAF WR (Scotland Claymores).
Butler, Alabama -- Pitcher (Cin Reds).
Four Marks, England -- US sailing (1992 Olympics).
American professional baseball pitcher. He was selected by the Oakland Athletics in the fourth round. He was placed on the disabled list in 1997 and 1992. After his rehabilitation, he played for various southern California teams in the AAA League. On 10/15/1997, he was granted fee agency status and appeared in two games in 1996 as a pinch-runner.
Bogota, Colombia -- Playmate (Aug, 1994)
NFL / WLAF receiver (KC Chiefs, Scottish Claymores)
Famous birthdays on July 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Denver, Colorado -- Cyclist (1996 Olympics)
Finnish cellist (Apocalyptica)
Finnish cellist and educator (Apocalyptica).
English geologist and academic
Radford, Virginia -- Pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies).
California, United States -- US synchronized swim (1992 Olympics - Gold Medalist).
American country music singer
400m hurdler (1992 Olympics - Gold Medalist).
American comedian voice actor
NFL linebacker (Indianapolis Colts).
A Volleyball player from Italy, who was part of the Italian Men's Team that won the Bronze Medal at the Atlanta Olympics on 8/04/1996.
Canadian screenwriter and producer of actor producers
Winkler (Manitoba) -- Softball 2nd Baseman (1996 Olympics).
Rutland, Vermont -- Rower (1988, 92, 96 Olympics - 5th Place)
Italian ballet dancer. She is an Italian choreographer, stage director, and opera and ballet choreographer.
American guitarist and songwriter (Corrosion Of Conformity).
American soccer player (d. 2014.)
American radio host
NBA forward (Cleveland Cavaliers).
Santurce, Puerto Rico -- Infielder (St. Louis Cardinals)
English politician and captain
South Korean-American academic and author
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Actress. (Search for Tomorrow. Ava-Loving).
American producer and actress
Referee for English football and journalist
Irish sportscaster and footballer
New York, USA. Actress (Christine American Flyers, Dragnet).
Meadowbrook, Pennsylvania -- Pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies).
CFL quarterback (BC Lions)
Dutch soccer player (FC Twente)
Bogota, Colombia -- WPVA volleyballer (US Open-2nd - 1988)
WLAF quarterback (Frankfurt Galaxy)
French radio presenter and writer, he is a novelist and French writer. His work includes "Les Vacances du FantA'me," Cheyenne, and "Poisson DaEUR(tm).amour." On 11/14/1994, he was awarded the Goncourt Prize for his novel "Un Aller Simple." Author of "Le Dictionnaire de l'Impossible", he co-presented "Les Aventuriers de l'Impossible" with Jacques Pradel.
French train driver, currently holder of the World Rail Speed Record, is in command of the 4402 train that reached a speedof 574.8 km/h at the High Speed European East Line on 3 April 2007.
Famous birthdays on July 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
He is an actor and producer from India, best known for his work with Hindi cinema. Although he was briefly involved in politics, he is most well-known for his crimes during the 1993 Mumbai bombings. Dutt is the son of Sunil Dutt (film actor) and Nargis Dutt (film actress). He made his acting debut in 1981. He has been a …
USSR -- Gymnist (1976 Olympics, 2 Gold Medals).
Santa Monica, California -- PGA golfer (1991 AT&T-2nd)
New York, USA. Actor (Bernice Bobs her Hair).
Fluxus, Dutch writer, and mail artist
American manager and player
English singer-songwriter/guitarist (Thin Lizzy Whitesnake Tygers Blue Murder and Pan Tang)
American writer, whose works include historical novels as well as scholarly studies on Chicana/o culture, art, and sexuality.
English screenwriter and producer
English-American academic and activist for authorship
American fashion designer
American actresses and sopranos
Lithuanian-Swiss chess player
Russian gymnast and coach
Australian writer killed in crash of Flight MH17 Malaysia Airlines.
American boxer trainer and sportscaster
American politician and lawyer, 62nd Governor of Mississippi
French actor who starred in Jean-Jacques Beineix’s 1985 film "Betty Blue" with BA(c)atrice DALE.
French goalkeeper, he spent his entire career at AS Monaco. He held the record for most appearances in Ligue 1 and Division 1 with 602 until MickaAl Landreau broke his record. In the 1980s, he was awarded nine caps for France. He also started six of the seven matches at the 1982 World Cup.
American illustrator (d.2008)
English politician Minister of State to Competitiveness
English banjo player (Pogues-Straight to Hell)
Inglewood (California) -- Volleyball player (1984 Olympics-Silver Medalist).
American filmmaker who makes historical documentaries about such diverse topics as the American Civil War and baseball.
American television personality
Irish playwright and poet
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (E Street Band).
French astrophysicist, director of research at CNRS and researcher at Paris Observatory. He is the inventor and author of Scale Relativity, which attempts to unify quantum theory and relativity theory.
French politician, who served as the President of France's National Assembly since June 2012. He is a member of the Socialist Party and has been elected to represent the Seine-Saint-Denis region in the National Assembly since 1981. From 1998 to 2002, he was Minister for the City. Since 2008, he is President of the General Council of Seine-Saint-Denis.
English psychologist and theorist
American screenwriter and actor.
American baseball coach and player
American baseball player. Left-handed pitcher for the Chicago White Sox (1975-1980), and Chicago Cubs (1981-1982).
American football player in NFL. Casanova, who had been studying medicine in the past, retired in 1978 and became an optometrist in Crowley (LA).
Romania -- Team handball (1972-76, 80 Olympics, Silver / 2 Bronze Medals).
French classical pianist, soloist, chamber music player, and teacher of piano.
Romania -- 2K runner (world records)
Famous birthdays on July 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Ecuadorian politician and lawyer 51st President
Wheeling, West Virginia -- Actor, Love & Betrayal. Afterburn
New Zealand-Australian comedy actor and screenwriter
American golf instructor (Born 1947).
French politician and civil administrator. Mayor of Conflans-Sainte-Honorine from 1994 to 2001, he is the President of the regional council for AZle-de-France since 1998.
Scottish-British-American filmmaker and director who started in 1963 with only $10,000 and a volunteer group of friends to produce in three short weeks, on 16mm, a witty story of teen-bungled heist, "That Sinking Feeling." It was well-received at the Edinburgh and London Film Festivals. This success allowed Forsyth financial backing in 1981 for his next feature, "Gregory's Girl." It was …
Estonian basketball player
Swedish race car driver
French high ranking government official, Director General for the public Establishment to develop La DA(c),fense (EPAD), 2004-2008
American mountaineer and rock climber
English snooker player, sportscaster
New York, USA. Actress (The Owl and the Pussycat Happy Days).
American female prostitute, porno actress from august 1965, blonde, full figured & coarse; appeared in porno film "maneater" 1966.
German journalist and author.
Actress (Slaughterhouse 5)
Manchester, New Hampshire -- Actor (Star Trek VI, Time Bandits)
American politician and engineer (d. 2007).
Playwright and poet from Indonesia
American Petrofina CEO, an American mechanical engineer. Haddock graduated from college with a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Famous birthdays on July 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Canadian-American journalist, reporter, and respected anchorman for ABC's World News Tonight, Jennings co-authored aEURoeThe CenturyaEUR (1998) as well as aEURoeIn Search Of AmericaaEUR (2002). He hosted a 25-hour telecast on December 31, 1999 that featured millennium celebrations from around the globe. This earned ABC News a Peabody Award. He was awarded the Edward R. Murrow Award for his documentary about …
German politician and environmental expert. From 1998 to 2006, he was the UN Environment Programme's executive director.
Canadian politician and physician
American economist and Nobel Prize Laureate in Academic Economics
Norwegian actor, film director and screenwriter. He is a well-known television personality and film expert at Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation. He has been leading the TV film show Filmmagasinet over thirty years.
American politician and civil servant whose success as an insider in Washington has been shared by very few. Elizabeth Dole is the only female to have served as Cabinet Secretary for two federal agencies (Transportation 1983-1987 and Labor 1989-1990), under two presidents (Reagan, Bush). She also worked as a consumer affairs advisor in the White House by age 33 -- …
Norwegian politician and lawyer. He served as Minister of Finance from 1981 to 1986 and was also Minister of Defence for a few weeks in 1986. From 1986 to his sudden death, he was the leader of Conservative Party.
French jazz cellist.
French minister and politician. He was married twice.
Germany; tenor (Dressden State Opera 1961).
German conductor and tenor
American nuclear physicist, propulsion systems expert and American nuclear physicist who worked on Pioneer Spacecraft. He is known as "Mr. He is known as "Mr.
English race car driver (d. 2012)
Manager and actor of a wrestler from Italy (d. 2009).
French ecclesiastic, a Trappist monk. On 3/17/1996, seven monks were kidnapped from their monastery in Tibéhirine, Algeria and they were executed on 5/23/1996, reportedly the victims of Muslim extremists. Their bodies were discovered on 5/30/1996 in Médéa, Algeria.
New York, USA; actor (Laramie, Wagon Train).
(Sen-R-Kansas, 1979- )
American politician and businesswoman
Norwegian musician and composer of piano
American choreographer and dancer
American CEO and accountant, Newton is the American accountant. He insists on maintaining utility rates at the same level for a period of ten years. Newton, who holds a BS degree in Accounting, is known for his ability to run a tight ship.
Famous birthdays on July 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Dutch writer, one among the "big three" Dutch postwar literature writers. He is probably the most prominent and honoured star of them all. On 12 October 2006, 10251 Mulisch, a belt asteroid, was named in his honor. It has an orbital period 3.56 years.
Writer (Message to King Rat).
Italy sport Champion
Brazilian psychic from a prominent family. Zibia channels discarnate entities. Her son Luiz channels famous painters. Irineau channels classical music.
American bowling champion and America's first best bowler. He worked as an advisor, instructor and general assistant for a large sporting organisation. He was calm and composed, never lost his cool or became flustered. He signed the first million-dollar endorsement contract in 1964, which was the largest ever signed. In 1953, he married LaVerne Thompson. The couple split after ten …
Baron Kilpatrick, Kincraig Scottish politician and academic (d. 2015).
polo great (Circle F-1959 champions).
French composer (Born 1925).
French soccer player. He passed away on December 12, 2001.
American mathematician (d. 2014).
American actor best known for his role on the TV series "Wagon train" (1957-1961). After studying drama at UCLA, he attended Strasberg School in 1950. He eventually got small roles on TV. Horton, a victim of several serious accidents as a kid, was twice hit by a car and suffered five broken arms.
Actor from Canada (d. 2005).
American military man, Vice-Admiral, and member of the distinguished Bagley military family. He is the second child of Marie Louise Harrington and Admiral David W. Bagley. From 1974-1975, he was Vice Chief of Naval Operations.
LA: Murder victim discovered in LA (basis for the movie).
English industrial / multi-millionaire (GEC)
St Amand les Eaux Journalist
American homicide victim, "The Black Dahlia" She was an aspiring actress who moved to Los Angeles, but never made a commercial. Her body was discovered in Los Angeles on 15 January 1947. It was badly mutilated and had been cut at the waist. Although her killer was not found, several people confessed that they were involved in her murder.
California, USA; actor (Kings Row, Wagon Train, Arena).
American producer and screenwriter (d. 2013).
American scientist and engineer (d. 2014.)
Marshall Amplification was founded by an English businessman (d. 2012).
American actor and bodybuilder (d. 2003).
St Marcellin Painters
American CEO and administrator of Ethyl (an insurance and chemical company). Gottwald is a low-key executive with a BS degree in Chemistry and a MS in Business Administration.
French political activist during World War II. He was the secretary of Young Communists and he participated in anti-German demonstrations that led to his arrest.
French poet, essayist, journalist and novelist. He was a film-maker in the early 1950s. His documentaries were of various styles and are mainly known for their photographic socio-political lectures. Marker was also a Resistance fighter in World War II. Marker is known for being mysterious because he avoids interviews and tells stories from different backgrounds.
American actor, whose looks earned him the title of Hollywood’s Most Eligible Batchelor in 1950s. He was a strict Catholic and took his time finding a bride. His marriage to Patricia Hardy was a lifetime contract.
German-Canadian Astrologer, who was the director at ISAR in the early 1970s shortly after its founding. Killian was a prominent exponent of the Ebertin School of Cosmobiology in Quebec. He was a Luftwaffe pilot during WW I.
Media Monitors Australia was founded by an Australian in 2007.
Chihuahua, Mexico -- Actor (Passion, Littlest Outlaw)
Famous birthdays on July 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Australian Astrologer and prominent founder of Federation of Australian Astrologers. Since the age of 11, she was interested in astrology and began formal studies at 18.
French bishop of Roman Catholic Church.
France sport Champion
American academic and author (d. 2005).
American novelist, Pulitzer Prize for Fiction winner (Born 1918).
German courier, bodyguard, and telephone operator for Adolf Hitler. He is the last survivor from the Fuhrerbunker.
actress (European Vacation), dies.
American jazz guitarist (d. 1942)
American screenwriter and producer (d. 2001).
64th Governor of Massachusetts
American colonel and religious leader
American politician and soldier 64th Governor of Massachusetts
American Mormon Apostle and Writer (d. 1985).
Italian entrepreneur and founder of the Bic Company, he also served as director from 1950 to 1993. He then passed the reins on to his son Bruno. He is the inventor of the disposable lighter, razor, and ball-point pen Bic.
American activist and actor
Mississippi, United States
NYC, New York -- Actor (30 Seconds Over Tokyo).
Hasnon Military man
German captain (d. 2013)
Archbishop Iakovos of America (d. 2005)
Brazilian Army sergeant. He is a member the Brazilian Expeditionary Force and fought in World War II in Italy. In 1944, he arrived in Italy. General Lucian Truscott awarded Wolff the US Bronze Star just days before his death. First Sergeant Max Wolff, a German machine gun fire victim, was killed in Riva de Biscaia near Montese on April 12, …
Turkish-born Primate of Greece Orthodox Archdiocese North and South America (d.2005)
American politician and lawyer 60th Governor of Massachusetts
Germany sport Champion
Estonian actor (d. 2007)
Famous birthdays on July 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
American-Spanish author (d. 1984)
British fraudster, forger, and thief. He was the product of a strict family where any pleasure was considered sinful. He did well at school, but he also had a criminal record. He was sentenced to a term in prison for fraud in November 1934. He was sentenced to a year in prison for fraud. He murdered a woman in 1949 …
Montauban Military man
French rower who participated in the 1936 Summer Olympics and the 1932 Summer Olympics. He passed away on 15 December 1993.
American lawyer from 1933. He is known for his colorful and persuasive courtroom presence. He was a flamboyant legal icon, who loved courtroom confrontations. He won more than $300 million for his clients. He also pioneered the jury-winning technique whereby dramatic evidence is presented during trial.
American actress. Perky blonde heroine in many two-reel comedy of the early 1930s. She was among many others in "The Maltese Falcon," 1931, and "Horse Feathers," (1932).
French-born American fashion editor
American actress. She was the most popular Hollywood star in 1927. She was the star of 12-14 one-reelers in a year of silents.
Swedish diplomat and economist 2nd Secretary General of the United Nations Nobel Prize-Laureate (d. 1961).
American singer and actress (d. 1935).
French actor, producer and executive producer.
American poet and academic (d.2006)
From 1953-1961, he was a Swedish economist and statesman. In 1961, he was posthumously awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, primarily for his efforts in establishing and maintaining a peace force in Mid-East following the 1956 Suez Crisis.
Lawrence, Massachusetts -- Actress (Dangerous Feminine)
Burmese philosopher and monk (d. 1982).
France-born Indian aviation pioneer, industrialist (d. 1993).
French-Indian businessman and pilot founded Tata Motors (d. 1993).
France Military man
German politician and Nazi Chief of Party Propaganda. He was a member of the German Army for one year during WW I and met Hitler in 1920. In 1935, he was appointed to the Tourist Division of the Reich and became Vice-President of the Reichstag on 12/12/1939.
Swedish Nobel Prize Laureate and author (d. 1976).
Novelist (Return To Ithaca-Nobel Prize 1973).
Piedmont, West Virginia -- Leader of the Piedmont Orchestra (Sugar Hill Times).