List of celebrities and famous people who were born on November 29th
Famous birthdays on November 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102015
American family member, third child of politician Patrick J. Kennedy's wife Amy (nee Savell).
Famous birthdays on November 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002005
Australian child of Lleyton Hewitt, tennis ace and his wife.
American comedian Rosie O'Donnell's daughter and Kelli Carpenter's granddaughter, she is a well-known family member. Carpenter was her mother. Vivienne Rose is named after Roseann O'Donnell's mother Roseann, a character in the film/novel Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood. Vivienne Rose is half-sibling to four siblings, each of whom were adopted.
Famous birthdays on November 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901998
Chinese tennis player
Lithuanian tennis player
American family, Doug Flutie (1998), possibly the greatest Canadian Football League player, is the son of a noted American family. He is a happy, affectionate boy who has only four words in his vocabulary at six years old. He was able to speak in complete sentences at 2 1/2 years old and was quite normal. However, he completely regressed a …
Actor (Full House)
Actor (Full House)
Famous birthdays on November 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801988
French actress and singer
Georgian footballer (d. 2014)
South Korean footballer
Marc Dutroux, a French victim in homicide. Kidnapped at 5:15 PM MEDT in GrAC/ceHollogne on 6/24/1995 (50N38; 05E30). Her body was discovered in Sars-laBuissiA're on 8/17/1996 (50N20; 04E12).
Japanese actor and singer (KAT-TUN).
American basketball player
American actor and singer-songwriter
Filipino singer and actress
South Korean actor and guitarist
Canadian ice hockey player
American television newscaster and reporter. Brown is CNN's Justice Correspondent. Formerly, Brown worked as a Justice Correspondent for CNN's Washington, D.C. affiliate WJLA-TV. Brown was occasionally the lead-in for "Politico’s Video Playback"aEUR, a daily recap of U.S. late night talk shows.
Terrorists from France attacked the French Journal Charlie Hebdo 7 January 2015. Together with his brother SaAd, he was responsible for the murder of 12 people. Kouachi was convicted in 2008 of terrorist charges and sentenced for three years imprisonment and 18 months suspension. He also received 18 months suspended for his involvement in a group that recruited young French …
American race car driver.
Hungarian football player
Indian actress singer and politician
Reality TV star from Wales
Malaysian actor and singer
American actor and comedian
Greek soldier and politician
American baseball player
South Korean actor
American missing person aged 14. Chalisa, age 14, got off her school bus at 2:02 PM on February 2, 1995. She walked to her grandmother's home and left her backpack there. She was never seen again. The devout teenager, who was somewhat private and devoted to her grandmother and mother, left her family devastated.
Famous birthdays on November 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
English comedian and TV host
Dominican baseball player
Dominican baseball player
American homicide victim. She was 16 years old when her boyfriend, her 18-yearold sister, shot and killed her. The 19-year old boy was sleeping with the girls and other quasi-homeless teens, in a house they called "the dump".
American news figure who was born in the hospital together with Kimberly Mays. Arlena was born to Rebecca and Ernest Twigg, and their seven children. Her condition was deformed from birth and she eventually died at nine years old of complications.
Model and actress from Poland-Mexico
Italian volleyball player
Manager and English footballer
Russian figure skater
American pornographic actress, reality TV star
American actor and stuntman
American football player
Greek basketball player
French road racing cyclist who competed as a pro from 2000 to 2011.
Dubnica, Slovakia -- NHL right wing (Ottawa Senators, Blues)
French accident fatality: One of six people who were killed in Toul on 1/26/l995 when a crane fell on the high school.
Taiwanese actress and model
Safety (Minnesota Vikings)
American playwright and actress
Soccer player (Ajax/NAC)
American basketball player and sportscaster
WLAF defensive tackle (Scotland Claymores).
Scottish politician and academic
American producer and actor
Japanese boxer and wrestler
WLAF cornerback (Rhein Fire)
Brazilian showjumper and equestrian, the son of Nelson Pessoa.
Toronto, Ontario -- NHL left wing (Buffalo Sabres)
American Harvard sophomore, September 1990. He was an academically outstanding student. O'Neil was 16 when he was diagnosed with bone cancer and spent 18 months in hospital.
American college administrator
Miss Illinois USA (1996)
Maplewood, Minnesota -- Short track skater (1994 Olympics)
Italian family, Romina Power's first child and Al Bano's first husband. She briefly played Vanna White's counterpart as a teenager, turning letters to La Ruota Della Fortuna ("Wheel of Fortune")
South Korean actor
American actor and director
American keyboard player (Deftones)
Welsh coach and footballer
Atlanta, Georgia -- Canadian Tour golfer (1993 NCAA-3rd)
LPGA golfer (1995 Ping / Welch-14th)
NFL running back (Seattle Seahawks).
Famous birthdays on November 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Panamanian-American baseball pitcher, Yankees
Dutch soccer player (NAC, Celtic)
American soccer player
Cyclist (1996 Olympics)
Soccer player (Vitesse)
American musician, member of "New Kids on the Block," an artificial group of young stars. With a busy schedule of shows and staying in hotels, they have been on the road since 1979.
WLAF defensive linebacker (Rhein Fire)
WLAF quarterback (Rhein Fire)
NBA guard (Boston Celtics)
Kladno, Czechoslovakia -- Hockey (Team Czech Rep)
Villa Mella, Dominican Republic -- Pitcher (NY Mets)
American lawyer who was a lover and lawyer to Anna Nicole Smith. The attention-seeking couple did exchange vows in Bahamas on September 28, 2006. However, their marriage was never legalized. He was allegedly in the hospital when her son died.
American lawyer and reality TV star
Australian hammer thrower (1992 - 96 Olympics – 8th Place).
Brazilian serial killer who raped, murdered and seduced at least nine women over the course of the last few months. He confessed to the crime when he was finally caught and taken into police custody in August 1998. His lawyer will argue his case, claiming that he is mentally unstable. He is a messenger by trade, but a roller skater …
WLAF adm assistant, Amsterdam Admirals
American professional wrestler
American athlete, full back.
Irish actress best known for her role in BBC TV series "Ballykissangel" as Niamh Quigley. She is also well-known on BBC Radio 4 as Tina Mahon, a policewoman in the first four seasons of "Baldi."
Australian heiress. She is the first child and daughter of Australian Prime Minister William McMahon (1908-1988) and his wife Sonia McMahon (32-2010). Julian McMahon, her brother, is an actor. She is a fund-raiser.
Italian singer, keyboardist, arranger, and playwright.
American actress and comedian
Professional boxer in the Scottish bantamweight division. His opponent died after he fell in the ring.
New York, USA. Actor (Old Enough, Heat).
Japanese rock musician, who died at 26 from pulmonary embolism (born 1965).
Illinois, USA; actor (Stuart Rosebrock-Coach).
American actor, journalist, and author
South Laguna Beach, California -- Golfer (1992 Xerox BC Open)
Evanston, Illinois -- Actor (Stuart Rosebrock-Coach)
American producer and singer-songwriter
American actor, known for his involvement in the Hollywood Brat Pack in the 1980s. McCarthy was amiable and charming after he attended New York University. He was then cast in sensitive roles. His films include "Class," 1983, and "Pretty in Pink," 1986. He also starred on and off-Broadway. McCarthy, who resides in Manhattan (NY), is a romantic lead at the …
French journalist and sailor. She was sixth in the VendA(c),e Globe 1996-1997, and is the first woman who has completed a round the world solo non-stop sailing race.
American Astrologer, Writer, and Songwriter. Letter q "Relatives" is 1:20 AM; chart not correct according to his appearance.
English singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 2014).
Swedish guitarist and producer (King Diamond, Death).
American producer and actor
Japanese bass player (Loudness).
Pennsylvania, USA; actress (All My Children Tour of Duty).
American producer and actress
American baseball coach and manager
Italian discus thrower (d.2013)
Famous birthdays on November 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American politician and chief of staff during President Barack Obama's first term. He was elected Mayor of Chicago in February 2011.
North Carolina, USA; actor ("Another World")
American producer and songwriter (The Choir and Lost Dogs), drummer
American football coach and player
South African-English mathematician, academic
Roseau, Canada -- NHL center (New Jersey Devils)
Rome, Italy -- Million Dollar Cap (1984). / actress
Zimbabwean-English bass player (The Cure Associates Presence easy Cure The Lotus Eaters & Malice).
Ghanaian politician and historian, 4th President of Ghana
Italian screenwriter and producer of director films
Chief Executive Officer of Collective Brands Licensing
American politician and academic, 3rd Secretary of Homeland Security.
American producer and songwriter guitarist
American football player (d.2010)
German-American actor and choreographer
Estonian politician and lawyer
American TV host and author
An English politician and lawyer
Canadian comedian, The Howie Mandel Show, was a talk-variety TV program that aired from 6/22/1998 to 6.22/1999. His previous work includes Voice-Overs for cartoons and guest shots on specials and episodes of TV seriesaEUR(tm). He has been an entertainer for over two decades. Howie creates his own material for his opening skits. He believes in and discusses the afterlife. He …
Minneapolis, Minnesota -- Actor / dir (Spies Like Us, Barton Fink)
Australian rugby league footballer (d.2006)
American painter, author, and educator
French stage director and actress. She committed suicide on August 30, 1996, when she threw her body out of a window. It was what she had always told everyone over the years, even though nobody believed her.
Dutch soccer/football manager. He played for Fortuna Sittard, PSV Eindhoven and other teams between 1970 and 1986. Since 1993, he has managed many teams.
American visionary artist and illustrator. His work often depicts the human body in transparent states, with a spiritual perspective that includes the chakras. For ten years, he was an instructor at New York University in figure sculpture and artistic anatomy. He now teaches courses on Visionary Art. His multi-dimensional approach to reality "x-rays" the layers and reveals the interplay between …
French scientist and immunologist. He was Director of Research at CNRS, and also director of the Immunology Centre of Marseille-Luminy (1995–2005).
American producer and actor
English cricketer and player
Actress/director (Smile, Nothing But Lies Elsa).
American producer and singer (Zapp), (d. 1999).
American guitarist (Boston RTZ and Ernie and the Automatics).
Australian singer-songwriter/pianist (Cold Chisel, Tex Don and Charlie).
Boston, Massachusetts -- Rock guitarist (Boston).
Israeli-American guitarist and singer (d. 2015).
American baseball player, a left-hitting/right-throwing left fielder who played for the Houston Astros, California Angels, Pittsburgh Pirates, Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees, and Philadelphia Phillies between 1973 and 1987. In 1988-1989, he also played for the Nippon Ham Fighters.
Jr. American author (d. 2012)
Famous birthdays on November 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American comedian, writer, actor. Before becoming "permanent guest host" at "The Tonight Show", he worked in clubs and gave concerts. Starred on "It's Garry Shandling’s Show" as well as "The Larry Sanders Show".
American politician and lawyer (d. 2014).
Canadian folk musician and songwriter (d.83)
German peace activist / MP (Green)
Found dead at 44 by the German Green Party's Founder
New Zealand-English academic and lawyer
Bavarian activist for human rights, ecologist, and co-founder the Green Party. From her U.S. army stepfather, Kelly became Kelly. She studied International Relations and World Politics from 1966 to 1970. Her development of political consciousness and social consciousness was continued by her work at the European Communities in Brussels. She was a founding member of the Green Party, a political …
American producer and guitarist (Montrose & Gamma), (d. 2012).
French executive of a public company, chairman of La Poste group from September 2002 to September 2013.
American Olympic skier and actor. Chafee was expected to win the gold medal at the 1968 Winter Olympics in Grenoble, but she came in 28th. Later, she admitted that she had used the wrong wax for her skis. Despite this, her attractive and fashionable appearance on skis attracted media attention. She continued to practice freestyle skiing. She won three freestyle …
Chinese American stuntman and actor
Australian keyboard player and producer of singer-songwriters (The Groop Axiom, The Flying Burrito Brothers).
Guadeloupe -- French 4X100 runner (1968 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
Hungarian psychologist and Linguist
English singer-songwriter drummer and actor (The Pretty Things Pink Fairies Tomorrow and Stars)
New York, USA: rocker (Rascals-"Lonely too Long")
American academic and author
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 2000).
Australian businesswoman and philanthropist
American family legend, the mother to US President Barack Obama.
American producer and pianist (The Rascals), singer-songwriter
Thai screenwriter and director producer
Poydar, an American author and illustrator of children’s books was born as an elementary school teacher. She taught sixth graders at Concord Middle School for 14 years. She used illustrated books to engage her students. She encouraged her students to read and write, and often invited artists into the classroom. She eventually created her own portfolio. After earning degrees in …
English playwright and actor
American critic and author
Swiss opera singer
Venezuelan coach and player in baseball (d. 2012).
Halifax, Nova Scotia -- Rocker ("Mamas & The Papas")
(Rep-D-Texas, 1983- )
American baseball player coach, sportscaster
American producer, jazz composer and musician. He is proficient in keyboards, flute, and trumpet. Before he became a well-known jazz musician in New York, he made a splash on the pop music charts with "Feels so Good" in the late 1970s. Mangione is one of few jazz musicians to make it to the pop music charts. From 1978 to 1980, …
Canadian singer-songwriter (The Mamas & the Papas, and The Halifax III). (d. 2007).
Cuban-Spanish journalist and economist (d. 2013).
English judge and lawyer
Taiwanese/Chinese-American engineer Chancellor University of California Santa Barbara
Famous birthdays on November 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American trombonist and producer
American record producer
American screenwriter and actor (d. 2012).
USSR -- Basketball player (1972 Olympics, Gold Medalist).
French actor. He was the French actor who dubbed Vito Corleone's voice in "The Godfather"
The 47th Yokozuna, a Japanese sumo wrestler (Born in 1938)
American wrestling announcer and interviewer
Norwegian Minister of Defense/Foreign Affairs
Norwegian politician from the Labour Party, most well-known for his involvement in the Oslo Accords.
English opera tenor, famed for his amazing breath control and beautiful, shiny voice.
Norwegian geologist and academic
American actress, best known for her 1975 film "Alice Doesn't Live Here Any More", for which she was nominated for an Oscar.
French television director.
John Mayall's Bluesbreakers is an English blues musician. They are known as the "silent" British blues band. Eric Clapton once stated that Mayall had "run a great school of musicians," referring to his long and successful career with blues stars in the jazz and blues scene.
American artist and illustrator
Author (Everything you Need to Know About Sex)
In 1995, a French politician was elected President. He was again elected in 2002. From 1974-1976, he was Prime Minister and then from 1986-1988. He also served as Mayor of Paris between 1977-1995. His political career spans from municipal to national levels in elected positions and political appointments.
Watertown, New York -- Singer
Spanish actor (d.2013)
Mississippi, USA; actress (Wild Angels Wild at Heart).
Belgian cyclist (d.2003)
American baseball legend. In October 1949, he signed secretly with Pittsburgh Pirates. The final contracts were concluded 01/31/1950. He received a $100,000 signing bonus. This made him the most prominent baseball star.
KwaZulu Minister for Internal Minister
Belgian cyclist and Olympic Gold Medal winner at Helsinki in 1952. He was buried in Brussels on February 4, 2003.
Japanese actor, director, and producer (d. 1997).
He was a Swiss astrologer and co-founded the Astrology Psychological Institute with his wife Louise. Also known as the Swiss School of Astrology in Zurich. It is known for its training program for professional astrologers.
French international soccer (soccer), player and manager.
Official, businessman, and freemason from France, Grand Master of Grand Orient of France
Lord Mayor of Westminster, an English politician
France sport Champion
French publisher. Head of Fasquelle publishing house since 1954. It merged with Grasset in 1959. He became CEO of 'Fasquelle & Grasset in 1981. He was elected Chairman of the Supervisory Board in 2000.
English politician and academic
Croatian footballer (d. 2013)
Famous birthdays on November 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
pro golfer (1976 Vardon Trophy).
English journalist and radio host (d.2012)
North Korean soldier
American golfer (d.2013)
Azerbaijani educator and painter
American politician and liberal Democrat, who ran for the presidency in May 1987. He was an intelligence counterintelligence officer in the military. From 1951-1953, he was a member of Illinois' House of Representatives. From 1963-1969, he was a member of Illinois' Senate. From 1969-1973, he was the Lieutenant Governor of Illinois. From 1975-1985, he was a member of both the …
Lille Military man
NYC, New York -- Actor (Det Robinson - The Partners)
New York, USA. Actor (Detective Robinson – The Partners).
American baseball announcer
France sport Champion
USA; actress (Broadway’s Open House).
Azerbaijani linesman (d. 1993)
Algerian gay writer, born to an unknown father and now known as the "poet with a sun"
Tunisian politician and lawyer President of Tunisia
Austrian football coach (Born in 1925).
South Korean wife of Park Chunghee 3rd First Lady South Korea (d. 1974).
American poet and painter (d. 2014).
Medal of Honor winner American sergeant (d. 1944).
American race car driver (b. 2008)
French actor who appeared between 1950 and 1997 in 108 films and TV shows. He starred as the star in 1969's film "Klann aEUR grand guignol", which was entered into Berlin International Film Festival 20.
Indiana, USA; news anchor (ABC Evening News).
American journalist. He was a broadcaster since 1947 and a news and warfare correspondent. From May 1968 to December 1970, he was the co-anchor for "ABC Evening News." From 1978 to 1979, he was the Chief Anchorman of World News Tonight. He won the George Foster Peabody Award.
Curacaos architect (St Elizabeth Hospital)
Cuban baseball player
French Catholic priest, Bishop of Moulins (1975-1998).
Italian noted family, second wife of Prime Minister Amintore fanfani.
Cuban-American baseball player (d. 2015).
Author and academic of English-American history
American dancer and astrologer
American model actress and singer (d. 2001)
French journalist and novelist.
French writer, playwright, journalist, TV producer, and historian of modern theatre.
American military. He was the youngest officer to achieve that rank, being a Rear Admiral in 1965. In 1944, he was awarded the Bronze Star.
American chemist and academic invented spandex (d. 2014.)
Russian politician and engineer
Famous birthdays on November 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Canadian-American bodybuilder and publisher cofounded the International Federation of BodyBuilding & Fitness.
American writer of short stories, novels, poetry, science fiction, and essays. She is perhaps best known for her children's book series "Time Fantasy", which includes "A Wrinkle in Time", where she writes about family love and moral responsibility.
San Francisco Military man
French family of noted French, the daughter Amedeo Modigliani. When she was young, her parents died. Her mother committed suicide. Jeanne led an unusual life. Modigliani succumbed to a cerebral hemorhage after an accident fall on 7/28/1984.
Arc l.s Gray Military man
French pharmacist and physician
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 1983).
French screenwriter and director
American actress (d. 2000).
American politician, lawyer, and business executive.
American jazz composer, arranger, pianist, and lyricist.
Burmese journalist, author (d.2008)
American pharmacologist (Nobel71)
At 67, the founder of many Zen centers in France dies.
Belgium sport Champion
Chinese actress and screenwriter (d. 34)
American-born British stock investor and businessman, philanthropist.
French baryton-martin singing. His father was a music teacher. He started singing in Rouen's MaA(r]trise Saint-Evode as a child. He died 21 January 2010.
Lithuanian actor and director (d. 1961).
Malaysian-Singaporean educator and politician (d. 2006)
Lithuanian stage actor, writer and director (d. 1961).
Famous birthdays on November 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
French fashion designer. He also designed costumes for film and theatre. He was a master of color and drapery.
French actor in theatre and film, who died 2 September 1989 in Vitry-sur-Seine.
Jr. American politician and pastor (d. 1972).
Indian actor and director (d. 1957).
Turkish historian and socioologist (d. 1985).
Tamil film comedian (d. 1957)
American politician and civil rights leader (d. 1972).
Muhlenberg County, Kentucky -- Country singer (16 Tons)
French ecclesiastic. He was a Roman Catholic priest and Archbishop of Switzerland. He was a conservative and opposed any changes made by Vatican II. He declared that he would consecrate four Bishops without approval from the Holy See. In mid-1988, he brought his long-running dispute with the Vatican to a dramatic conclusion. He conducted the centuries-old ceremony of appointing four …
Belgian surrealist painter. She died in 1984.
6th Earl of Effingham
Mount Vernon, New York -- Actress, Real Glory, Of Human Bondage
The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church was designed by a German architect (d. 1970).
Pianist/conductor/composer (Glorify Kikila)
Italian artist, writer, painter, and journalist. His first novel, "Christ Stopped At Eboli", was published in 1947 and made him a literary star.
French / Belgian critic (Temps Humaine)
Cheyenne, Wyoming -- Actress. (No No Nannette).
Actress (Zaza. Great Gambini. Uncertain Lady).