List of celebrities and famous people who were born on March 29th
Famous birthdays on March 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002008
American child born into a prominent family Giada de Laurentiis is her mom. Her dad is Todd Thompson, clothing designer. Her grandfather, Dino DeLaurentiis, was a well-known film producer. Jade is her first child.
Famous birthdays on March 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
South Korean singer and dancer
Belgian footballer who is currently on loan from Chelsea to play for Borussia MAPnchengladbach. He is the brother of Eden Hazard and Kylian Hazard and plays as an attacking midfielder and winger.
American dancer and actor
American actress, singer and dancer
Estonian ice hockey player
Soap Opera Actor
Famous birthdays on March 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Honduran footballer (d. 2015)
Estonian tennis player
Estonian tennis player
Winner of the Italian beauty pageant, named Miss Italia for 2006.
Filipino television and radio hosts
Australian actress and model
South Korean singer and actress (After School).
American actor and director
Russian high jumper
Linebacker for the National Football League
Canadian ice hockey forward
Argentine tennis player
Tunisian activist and vegetable seller (Born 1984).
Japanese singer (Country Musume Ongaku Gatas & Elegies).
Argentinian tennis player
American motocross racer
French youth committed suicide along with Valentine, his friend, on 5/14/1997 at around 5.15 PM MEDT. Somain, France.
American kick-boxer and mixed martial artist
English producer and singer-songwriter
Brazilian guitarist (Cansei de Ser Sexy)
French politician. She was the President of the Young Socialist Movement in November 2009 to November 2011. Then she became the national secretary of the PS. Councillor to FranASSois Netherlandse during the presidential elections and FranASSois Lemy's chief-of-staff until November 2013. On April 4, 2014, she was elected first deputy for Saint-Nazaire.
Japanese singer and actor (Tackey & Tsubasa).
West Indian-born footballer
Turkish singer and actress
American singer and actress
French singer of reggae-dancehall music. He is one of the most popular and successful Guadeloupean singers. He is also a designer and the creator of the clothing trademark WOK LINE.
Bin Al Hussein of Jordan
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
American Nordic and combined skier
South Korean actress
American convicted murderer
Prince Hamzah bin Al-Hussein of Jordan
Famous birthdays on March 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Estonian ice hockey player
Japanese actress and fashion designer producer, artist
American rapper and actor (d. 2008).
French-born German rugby player
New Zealand-born Italian rugby player
American tennis champion at 16 beating Chanda Rubin in Wimbledon June 1992. She became a pro tennis player before she was 14 years old and defeated Martina Navratilova in the semi-finals of 1991. She became a tennis star as a teenager, earning a lot of endorsements and prize money.
New York; professional tennis player (Federation Cup-1990 and Olympics-gold-1992).
Belgian actor, half brother to actor Jeremie Rénier.
Hockey forward (Team Japan 1998).
American illustrator and author
French basketball player who spent the majority of his career in France with the professional club SLUC Nancy.
Spanish race car driver
Colombian-American educator and photographer
English television host
Spanish racing car driver
English high jumper
American porn model and actress
Coach and footballer from the Netherlands
United States -- 200m Backstroke (1996 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
Ontario, Canada; rower (Olympics-1996).
Nevada, USA; double trap.
Rayman is a French game designer
Australia; New Zealand breaststroke swimmer (Olympics 1996).
Florida, USA; 400-metre hurdler.
Cuban-American baseball player, coach
Japanese singer and voice actor
Manitoba, Canada; NHL goalie (Calgary Flames).
Florida, USA; outfielder (New York Mets).
South African journalist and reporter
French actor on the stage and in film, grandson of Pierre Brasseur.
Son of Ton van Reen, author, and Corrie Zelen publisher.
Ohio, USA; actor/singer
American White House (Jan. 2009 - February 2011) Press Secretary for President Barack Obama
English actor and producer
Famous birthdays on March 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
guard (Baltimore Ravens).
Model and actress in Japanese porn
American football coach and player
Georgia, USA; 400 metre hurdler (Olympics-silver-1996).
Finland; Hockey forward (Team Finland).
WLAF receiver (Amsterdam Admirals).
New Zealand actress, singer, and activist. She is the star of a TV show, "Xena, Warrior Princess," where she plays a gorgeous and husky Amazon riding on horseback and defeating evil in a morality play. She fights demons, warlords, wizards, and mythic gods in sword fights. The show's 1995 debut has been a huge success. It has since expanded to …
Wide receiver for an American athlete.
NFL wide receiver (New York Giants).
Canadian singer-songwriter and guitarist
French producer, screenwriter, and film director. He is best known for his parodies of spy movies OSS 117, Cairo, Nest of Spies, and OSS 117, Lost in Rio. Both films star Jean Dujardin. His film, The Artist won the Academy Award for Best Picture in 2012. He won the Oscar for Best Director.
American singer-songwriter and harmonica player (Blues Traveler, The John Popper project).
American baseball player and sportscaster
NFL linebacker (Pittsburgh Steelers).
Maryland, USA; outfielder (Saint Louis Cardinals).
American athlete, Detroit Lions cornerback.
American baseball player
Oregon, USA; pitcher (Boston Red Sox).
Tampa Bay Buccaneers).
Austrian high jumper
American actress and model
American astronaut and commander pilot
Greek astrophysicist (d. 2005)
Greek astrophysicist, astronomer, and academic (d. 2005).
Long jumper and politician from Greece, a Greek hurdler long jumper
American television host and chef
American politician and police officer
Texas, USA; model (Victoria Secrets).
He is a French singer, drummer and stage actor. After forming hard rock bands, he played in musicals like "Starmania" or "La LA(c),gende de Jimmy".
Australian supermodel, actor, and businessperson also known as "The Body".
Washington, USA: PGA golfer (1992 Shell Houston - second).
Filipino politician and journalist
Romanian singer-songwriter (Iris)
American manager and player
Russian singer (d. 2013)
American screenwriter and actress
English producer and director
Newscaster (Suriname TV / Radio)
Minnesota, USA; outfielder (Pittsburgh Pirates).
English-Australian race car driver
American talent agent
American baseball player
Norwegian singer-songwriter and skier (Di Derre)
Famous birthdays on March 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American prelate of Roman Catholic Church, currently serving as bishop of Roman Catholic Diocese in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Saskatchewan, Canada. NHL defenseman (Hartford Whalers).
Canadian ice hockey coach and player (d.2011)
American singer and wrestler
An English politician and lawyer
TV Show Host
American screenwriter and producer of director films
Brazilian producer and journalist
American politician and businessman
Turkish-American academic and economist
Director / Council for Protection of Rural England
Top Cow Productions was founded by an American publisher
American actor. Tall, handsome, and a leading role in international films. He was the son of a UN-based French diplomat and travelled extensively as a child. His formal education was in Geneva. After one year in the French army, he briefly considered a career as a financial analyst. He then enrolled at Paris Conservatory of Dramatic Arts to pursue his …
Dutch actor and entrepreneur.
Long Island, New York USA; actor (Highlander Subway Greystoke, Why Me, Subway).
English academic and scholar
American journalist and astrologer who wrote a book about astrology in 1987.
American singer (The Waitresses), (Born 1956).
American actor and gymnast
TV reporter / lawyer
American black athlete. Heisman Trophy winner and football running back in 1978-1985. He was the NFL Houston Oilers' rookie of the year in 1978. In six years, he ran the ball 1,883 more times than any other player in the NFL. Campbell played eight seasons for the Houston Oilers, New Orleans Saints, and was inducted into National Football League Hall …
Actor (Charlie Brent - All My Children).
Arizona, USA; actress (Nancy-Eight is Enough Reggie, Glitter).
British Member of Parliament.
American celebrity, Sid Luft and Judy Garland's son, Sid, was raised in bitter struggle between his father and his mother. Judy claimed Sid beat her, and they divorced on 5/19/1965.
American right-to-die activist, dies in Morris Plains, New Jersey at age 31 (born 1954).
Pennsylvania, USA; famous comatose patient (right to die case).
American coma victim since the early hours of 4/15/1975. She was reportedly drunk a gin-and-tonic and took tranquilizers. There were bruises all over her body so it was difficult to understand the circumstances that led up to her coma. After being kept alive on a mechanical respirator for many years, she weighed 70 lbs in April 1979. Her parents won …
Tallinn's 39th Mayor is an Estonian politician
American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher and played for the Cincinnati Reds from 1977 to 1987. He also briefly played with the Philadelphia Phillies from 1986-1987.
Discovery Communications was founded by an American businessman
Cuba -- Heavyweight boxer (1972-76, 80 Olympics, Gold Medalist)
Cuban engineer and boxer (d. 2012).
American harmonica player
American basketball player, olympic silver medal champion, 1st child; won silver at 1972 olympics; forward.
Famous birthdays on March 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Canadian politician and social worker 30th Premier of Quebec
American saxophonist and composer (Steps Ahead and Parliament-Funkadelic) (d. 2007)
English Keyboard player (The Stranglers).
Turkish singer-songwriter and producer (d. 2015)
American murderer (d. 1979)
American murderer (d. 1979)
English politician and historian
American screenwriter and actor
He is an American singer, guitarist, and songwriter who self-taught. He has released many CDs and toured extensively throughout the US and Europe.
New York, USA. Actor/director (Harold & Maude, Brewster McCCloud, MASH).
Maltese-Australian lawyer, solicitor, author, editor (of Il-Maltija), and publisher (of The Maltese Observer). He is also the author of Liberals In Exile (1972-1975), The Politics of Frustration (83), Roman Catholic Church Governance Reform: Examination of Attempts Towards decentralization at the Second Vatican Council (1987), as well as Maltese Communities & Communal Identity Fragmentation of an Australian Ethnic Minority (1987). He …
An Italian news reporter who fled Italy with his family after a 1985 scandal. At 18 his son Diego became a Series A soccer-football star and was later diagnosed with brain cancer. His family begged him to return home to visit his son, but he refused. Security reasons meant that his life would have been in danger. Diego, his son, …
French politician and sailor who was famous for his ability to cross oceans rowing.
Louisiana, USA; rocker. (Toto – "Roseanna", “Africa”).
co-founder (Iceland Frozen Foods).
Director/writer (Loveless) dies at 76
American singer-songwriter (Toto & Yoso).
Mexican actor and singer (d. 2005).
French screenwriter and film director. Between 1980 and 2005, he directed six films. Field of Honor, his film, was entered in the 1987 Cannes Film Festival.
At 48, comedian Quantum Leap dies of cancer
English-Australian producer and singer (Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs), (d. 2007).
English soldier and historian (d.2011)
American fashion photographer
Radio producer / priest
American basketball player: Guard, with the Knicks and Cavs
British actress (Bet Lynch - Coronation Street)
English keyboard player and producer (Thunderclap Newman), (d. 2002).
Dutch TV host (Show) dies at 41
Frazier; NBA guard (New York Knicks).
Latvian swimming champion who won her first award on 1/09/1958 at the age 13 Jan, her brother was also a champion swimmer. Ilsa became later a national magazine editor.
American baseball player and sportscaster
British TV journalist (Independent TV News)
American race car driver in championship car division of USAC/CART series.
Canadian producer and guitarist (The Poppy Family), singer-songwriter
British member of the insane "Monty Python” group. He was an actor and screenwriter in college and moved into television and film. Later, he was the only Python who wrote all of his TV series. He arrived in Cambridge earlier than Cleese or Chapman and joined the troupe after the others.
British politician and Conservative Prime Minster. Major was Margaret Thatcher's hand-picked successor as Prime Minister. Britain fell into recession and poll-tax hostilities. There were also sexual and political scandals within his Tory party. The European Community was in trouble and the Persian Gulf crisis occurred. His approval ratings remained below 20 percent almost five years after his 1992 election. The …
French screenwriter and film director. Between 1975 and 2006, he directed 13 films.
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Greek keyboard player and songwriter (Aphrodite's Child and Jon and Vangelis)
Canadian singer-songwriter/guitarist (The Guess Who, Brave Belt).
American politician. He was a Rhodes scholar and a Harvard Law School graduate. His Masters degree was achieved by 1971. He was a brash junior Republican senator from North Dakota, and was the newcomer to the presidential sweepstakes of 1980.
American football player
Actor and singer in Indian-English
Venice, Italy -- Actor.
English journalist and host of a game show
American rock singer (Funkadelic, "Knee Deep")
American singer (The Parliaments Parliament & Funkadelic) (d.2005).
Famous birthdays on March 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Italian-German-American film actor, who debuted onscreen in 1962. He was ItalyaEUR(tm), one of the most successful stars at the height of his career. However, he did not achieve the same success in America. Hill, a respected and talented actor, expanded his career to producing and directing in the 1980s.
French-American diplomat and businessman, 63rd United States Ambassador in the Netherlands (d.2008)
French politician and engineer who was mayor of Arras between June 1995 and February 2011.
English actor and stuntman (d.2013)
Vries; Dutch minister for Social Affairs (CDA).
American business executive and manager of the $2.8 million peanut company owned by his family. He is also the brother to President Jimmy Carter. He was a "good ole boy", who enjoyed his beer and was open to publicity hunters.
Georgia, USA; brother to US President Jimmy Carter.
Haitian politician and businessman 6th Prime Minister of Haiti (d.2012)
Filipino painter, sculptor (d.2013)
English-American composer and educator (d.2012)
Broadstairs Kent, England -- Composer
American screenwriter and author
American politician and lawyer (d. 2012).
American politician and lawyer 48th Governor of Missouri (d. 2014.)
English actress and singer
Sri Lankan singer-songwriter (d. 2015)
Indian-Pakistani diplomat and politician 20th Foreign Secretary of Pakistan
Canadian poet and academic
American fugitive. He is a former Orlando police officer. He fled after being accused of theft and corruption, and managed to evade the FBI for almost ten years. He surrendered to the authorities on 8/21/1974 and wrote his autobiography "The Most Wanted Men in America" the next year.
Italian family of distinction, grandson of Guccio Guccio, founder of the fashion empire. He was Aldo's son and Rodolfo's nephew, the two children of the founder of the family fortune. The business was taken over by the two sons after the death of the old man in 1953. Aldo was the father of three sons: Roberto, Paolo, and Georgio. Aldo …
English politician and journalist Chancellor of Lancaster
Soviet-era politician and economist (Born 1931).
Moderator (General Assembly of Church of Scotland).
Russian General Pilot and Astronaut (d. 2015).
Romanian politician, 87th Minister of Foreign Affairs in Romania (d. 2014).
English banker / multi-millionaire
British town planner
Mauritian politician and lawyer 4th President of Mauritius
Conway Seymour, marquise of Hertford.
Famous birthdays on March 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Estonian politician and director 2nd President of Estonia (d.2006)
American geneticist and biologist.
An anthropologist and childbirth educator.
English activist author and academic (d. 2015.)
Indian playwright and actor (d. 1993).
Actor / comedian
La Garenne Colom Journalist
American mobster and boxer (d. 2005).
Belgian-American academic and journalist
13th Foreign Secretary to India, Pakistani-Indian politician (d. 2013).
Belgium sport Champion
Belgium sport Champion
English pharmacologist and Nobel Prize laureate in academic medicine (d. 2004).
Scottish jurist. He was a member the Queen's Counsel in 64 and a high court judge. He was married and had two children.
Jr; American politician (Representative-Republican-South Carolina).
American journalist and producer
Argenteuil Military man
Hungarian-Israeli economist and banker (d. 2012).
Green Bay Packers).
Blind Dutch ballad singing
American judge and lawyer (d. 2012).
British cultural historian, popular writer, and lecturer on British history.
English-Manx motorcycle racer (d. 2015.)
American actor and singer (d. 1989).
Writer / consultant in politics
American military, lt. general.
She was a French TV producer and presenter.
American baseball first baseman who played nine seasons in Major League Baseball with the Philadelphia Athletics (Chicago White Sox), Detroit Tigers (Detroit Tigers) and Cleveland Indians (American League).
Lord-Lieutenant (South Yorkshire).
A French lawyer and judge, Rozes was a member of the European Court of Justice 1981-1984. Rozes was the first president of the High Court 1984-1988.
American military. She was the first woman to attain flag rank in USN. She joined the Navy in 1930 and was appointed head of the Nurse Corps in 1970. She is the administrator of 2,300 servicewomen at 39 Naval hospitals.
American politician and businessman (d. 2007).
American-Canadian academic and geneticist (d. 2014).
American judge and lawyer (d. 2000).
Famous birthdays on March 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American actress, who is better known for her performances in theater than film. She was however nominated as Best Supporting Actress in 1956 for her role on "The Bad Seed". This role was based on her Broadway success two years earlier. Her Broadway plays, "Picnic", 1953, and "The Dark at the Top of the Stairs", 1957-1958 were highly acclaimed.
American author, illustrator, short story writer, and independent press publisher. On 5 December 1994, he died.
American entrepreneur and founder of Wal-Mart, Sam's Club, and the embodiment of the American Dream of self-made prosperity. He was a scrappy and feisty boy who grew up in poverty. He was a high school quarterback and earned his living delivering papers and milking the family cow. He also served in the military during World War II. He was able …
American entertainer, in vaudeville and nightclubs, films, and records. She was a beloved entertainer in America, known for her talents as a singer and dancer, humorist and stage, film, and TV actress, author, and wife and mother.
Vietnamese mathematician (d. 1991).
FranASSois Mitterrand, a French politician, appointed him in 1981 to oversee national security, including matters relating to Lebanon, Syria and Tunisia. He also managed Gladio's French arm, NATO's secret paramilitary forces.
CEO (TSB Group)
Italy Military man
American race horse (d. 47)
American thoroughbred racehorse of thoroughbred (d. 1947).
American politician, teacher, and writer. He was a Minnesota Senator and is best known for challenging Lyndon B. Johnson to the Democratic Presidential nomination in 1968. He is the author of "Colony of the World," 1994 and "Selected Poems," 1997, as well as "No Fault Politics," 1998. He was a provocative and witty thinker who defied the easy definition of …
English philosopher and academic (d.2013)
(Senator-Democrat-Minnesota, Presidential candidate 1968).
Italy Military man
A trumpet, trombone, and flugelhorn player, ChisholmaEUR(tm) is a Scottish jazz musician. ChisholmaEUR (tm), a bandleader, recorded "George Chisholm with his Band", 1956, "Stars Play Jazz," 1992, and "In a Mellow Mood," 2003.
Toulon Military man
English painter and writer, loved for his vivid prose.
Indian-English historian journalist, author (d. 2014.)
Nancy Military man
American professional Astrologer, San Francisco, Ca., who specializes in Uranian Astrology. Author of "Delineation of Mundane Event", 1974, and "Uranian Astrology Handbook".
Comedian (Frank De Fazio-Laverne & Shirley), dies at 72
Brooklyn, New York -- Comedian (Frank De Fazio-Laverne & Shirley)
Welsh poet and priest (d. 2000).
Welsh poet (d. 2000)
Dublin, Ireland -- Actor (Curse of the Demon).
Polish-German pilot and soldier (d. 1979).
German actress, internationally recognized, of stage and film and TV. She is the daughter of Karen Horney, a psychiatrist.
Filipino composer and actor (d. 2000).
Los Angeles, California -- Actor (Master Kan-Kung Fu)
Famous birthdays on March 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Hillbilly pianist (7 Nights of Rock)
Flemish writer (Gnome patjoepelke).
American screenwriter and actor (d. 1968).
American actor (Born in 1908)
Brazilian songwriter (d. 2006)
Brazilian singer-songwriter and producer (d. 2006)
English-American composer and organist (d. 1977).
American football player and decathlete (d. 1974).
Biggs American concert-organist (d. 1977).
Westcliff-on-Sea (England) -- Organist / composer. CBS
American actor (d. 1978).
Venice, Italy -- Orchestra leader (Mantovani)
English television host (d. 85)
Canadian colonel, politician 14th Canadian Minister for National Defence (d. 1999).
French playwright, novelist, and author. In 1959, his play "Clerambard", was published in the United States.
England, United Kingdom -- Composer (Troilus & Cressida, Wise Virgins)
American football coach and player (d. 1979).
Los Angeles, California -- Actor. (Mr Fisher-This Is the Life).
France sport Champion
French playwright and novelist (Born 1902)
Croatian author and illustrator (d.81)
Croatian illustrator (d. 1981)
English race car driver (d. 1974)
Australian politician and farmer 18th Prime Minister Australia (d. 1980).