List of celebrities and famous people who were born on July 30th
Famous birthdays on July 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002004
Nepalese prince, the second in line to the royal throne. The monarchy was officially abolished on 28 May 2008. Until the abolition of the monarchy he was known in Nepal by the title Nava Yuvaraj (Young Crown Prince). In July 2008, Prince Hridayendra left Nepal with his mother and sisters to move to Singapore to join his father who had …
American family with a notable daughter, Troy Aikman, a former Dallas Cowboys quarterback, and Rhonda, his wife. Alexa is the second child of the couple. She was born in less than one year. Jordan Ashley, the first daughter of the couple, was born August 24, 2001.
Famous birthdays on July 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
American family with a notable son, Debora Daniels, KMOL-TV Newswoman, and Mickey Albrecht, her husband. This was their first child.
Serbian tennis player
Portuguese tennis player
American actress and singer (KSM).
Japanese actress and singer (AKB48).
English wheelchair racer
English singer and stage actress
Portuguese actor, model, and singer (Tony Carreira).
South Korean singer and actress (Dal Shabet)
Italian-born English singer-songwriter/guitarist, daughter of Sting
Famous birthdays on July 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Spanish motorcycle racer
South African cricketer
English-Australian actress and dancer
Ameircan baseball player, drafted by Milwaukee Brewers in June 2009. Richardson was an all-around athlete who played both baseball and football in college.
Australian rugby player
British-American family, 7 lbs 5 Oz., son of Jane Seymour (actress) and David Flynn (husband). Their first child, Katie was born in January 1982. Jane is Jane's manager of business.
Australian rugby player
Estonian race car driver
American basketball player
She was a French Olympic athlete who won two bronze medals in fencing events at Beijing's 2004 summer Olympics. One for individual epee, the other for team. In early November 2010, she became the world champion in women's epee at Paris Grand Palais.
American motorcycle racer
South African rugby player
Italian volleyball player
South African-English golfer
British television presenter and producer
Famous birthdays on July 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
French actress. She is best known for her roles as Lilie in Philippe Garrel’s "Regular Lovers” (2005) and Alice, in Christophe HonorA(c),'s “Love Songs” (2007). Her role as AdA"le in the TV series "Les Revenants", (2012) is also well-known.
Taiwanese actor, singer, TV host, dancer, and television host
South African cricketer and coach
Chilean journalist and model Miss Universe 1987
American reality TV show contestant and model (The Amazing Race).
South Bend, Indiana -- 3x20 rifle (1996 Olympics)
American basketball player
Miss Thailand Universe (1997)
Welsh singer (Lostprophets)
A French sailor who is a member the French match racing team. He has participated in the Melges 24 championship as well as a few offshore races.
French social activist and president of SOS Racisme, 2003-2012. He has been in office since 16 June 2014. SOS Racisme, a French antiracist organization, was founded in 1984.
American voice actor and singer.
American pedophile, Salvatore Sicari and his friend, kidnapped Jeffrey Curley at 3:30 pm, Cambridge, MA. They lured Curley, a ten-year old boy, into a car by promising him a new bike. Jaynes' killed the boy with a gasoline-soaked rag down his throat after he refused to give in to the men's sexual advances. The two men then sexually assaulted Jeffrey, …
Computer scientist and American basketball player
American blogger and author
English activist and author
California; rocker (Party Rodeo, That's Why).
American actress, who won two Oscars as Best Actress at the age of 29. She was nominated for her roles in "Boys Don't Cry" in 2000 and "Million Dollar Baby" in 2005.
English rugby player and coach
Manager and footballer from Bulgaria
Pearl Islands and Survivor: Heroes vs. Villians
Faenza, Italy -- Tennis star (1990 French Open junior).
American politician and minister (d. 2015).
Turkish manager and footballer
American-born financial guru named Interim Assistant Secretary to the Treasury for Financial Stability, October 6, 2008. Kashkari was known as "The $700 Billion man" by Secretary of Treasury Henry Paulson, who placed Kashkari in charge the bailout to end the credit crisis that erupted in late 2008. With some modifications to his responsibi, Kashkari will keep his role as Assistant …
Bonassund (Sweden) -- NHL right-wing (Vancouver Canucks).
Indian actor and singer
Chandler, Arizona -- Miss America - Arizona (1996)
Swedish ice hockey manager and player
NBA Center (Washington Bullets, Seattle Supersonics).
NFL running back (Indianapolis Colts).
Kiev, Ukraine -- US fencer-foil (1996 Olympics)
French singer and composer of Italian-Sicilian descent, formerly founder of the pop band "Les Charts" (launched by France Gall) with his brother Giacchino and his friend Francis Maggiuli. He released his first solo album in 1999 and then created a new band, "Circus".
Canadian actor and comedian
American-Puerto Rican singer (Grupo ManAa).
English film director
CFL linebacker (Hamilton Tiger Cats)
NFL linebacker (Jacksonville Jaguars)
NFL defensive tackle (Miami Dolphins)
Famous birthdays on July 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
South African lawyer and cricketer
NFL defensive end (Detroit Lions)
Southampton, New York -- Golfer (1991 Low Amateur New York State Open)
NFL linebacker (Washington Redskins).
Chinese dissident, one the top four leaders of the 1989 pro democracy movement that was crushed in China's hands. He had fled the country before the 6/04/1989 crackdown on Tiananmen Square. With his account of the uprising, he moved to Brandeis University and then to Boston University.
Welsh songwriter and drummer (Manic Street Preachers).
CFL defensive back (Montreal Alouettes)
Screenwriter and actress from New Zealand
English singer-songwriter and guitarist (The Smiths The Bluebells, The Adult Net).
Australian rugby player and coach
Rocker (Transvision Vamp-Velveteen)
German manager and footballer
American bodybuilder and male stripper. His rap sheet included rape and assault and battery, fraud, and other criminal acts. He was a prolific con man who traveled across the country, often playing scams on women. He was described as a smooth-talker, an emotionally powerful con man, and a serious sexual predator. He assumed a variety of aliases, including a world-champion …
American actress best known for her role in the comedy series "Friends" as Phoebe, the ditzy Phoebe. She was nominated for an Emmy nomination in 1994 for Outstanding Supporting Actress In a Comedy Series. The Emmy nomination was renewed in 1998. Her 1998 performance in "The Opposite Of Sex" won her rave reviews and she was awarded the New York …
Brooklyn, New York -- NBA Forward (Warriors Pacers, Olympics, NBA - Gold – 92
Former professional American football player, who played tackle seven seasons for Chicago Bears. John Wojiciechowski is a teacher of strength and gym at Fitzgerald High School in Warren, Michigan.
Denver, Colorado -- Cross country skier (1994 Olympics)
Swiss banker and chairman of the Edmond de Rothschild Group. A private bank founded by his father, it is now owned by the family. He is the son of Nadine Lhopitalier (1932aEUR), an actress, and the Baron Edmond Adolphe de Rothschild de Rothschild. On 23 January 1999, he married Ariane de Rotschild (nA(c),e Langner) and they had four children. He …
Canadian actor, director, and founding artistic director of Toronto’s Soulpepper Theatre Company.
California, USA; actress (Bad Girls 4 Amazon Women on the Moon).
Indian terrorist and accountant (d. 2015).
American National Hockey League executive
NFL punter (Tampa Bay Bucs)
Italian singer and musician, the founder of the Italian rock band Elio e le Storie Tese. He performs as the lead vocalist and plays the transverse flute (which he degreed in at the music conservatory), and sometimes the electric guitar and the electric bass. The band has been active in Italy since 1980, and performs regularly in concert.
American screenwriter and director
American-English academic and musicologist
American actor and basketball player (d. 2011).
Famous birthdays on July 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
German DR, javelin thrower (1988 world record)
Italian track and field star. He was a well-known runner and won the New York Marathon 10/27/1984, and 10/27/1985. He won the Stockholm Olympics Silver Medal on 8/30/1986.
Montclair, New Jersey -- Actor. (Chad Rollo - Another World).
American humanitarian and singer-songwriter
French diplomat and writer. He is the director of Radio France Culture since 2010. Poivre daEUR (tm),Arvor was close to his brother, the journalist Patrick Poivre daEUR (tm).
London, England -- Decathalete (1980-84 Olympics - Gold Medalist).
Basketball player (NY Knicks and Chicago Bulls).
Argentinian footballer coach, manager
American singer-songwriter and guitarist
Italian cinematographer and director
American manager and player
American actress, and TV star of "Designing Women", an ensemble cast from 1986 to 1991. Burke is a television star and has worked in made-for TV movies. She is a beautiful, tall woman who has started her own company Delta Burke Designs for larger women.
American law professor and former aide of Clarence Thomas in early '80s. Hill, who was a Bush nominee for Supreme Court, appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee in August 1991. He swore to the FBI that he had made sexual harassment advances against her, including pornographic descriptions, a decade prior.
Italian serial killer, naturalized French in 1982. He met his victims through newspaper advertisements in which he advertised himself as a potential buyer for used cars.
Florida, USA; actress (Suzanne-Designing Women).
Canadian ice hockey player
English violinist and conductor
English producer and drummer (The Damned and Vicious White Kids).
Pretty and young American model. She married Eddie Fisher, and was together for five-six more years.
American producer and director of actor
Illinois, USA; actor.
Russian Cosmonaut (Soyuz TM-9)
English botanist and author
American actress, best known for her role in the TV soap "Ryan's Hope" as Delilah.
South African cricketer
Indian-English painter, sculptor
American actor and guitarist, singer-songwriter
Solicitor General of England and Wales for English Lawyer and Politiker
Italian film director, whose film "Mediterraneo", won the 1992 Oscar for Best Foreign Film. Also, the "Nastro daEUR (tm)Argento", or Best Director, was also awarded to "Mediterraneo". Salvatores was a student at the Academy of Drama in Milan, where he directed his first stage play in 1972. He began directing film in 1976. He has directed over 20 films and …
Famous birthdays on July 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
US singer (1st Choice)
English judge and lawyer
French actor, seen in "The Professional," directed and produced by Luc Besson. He was born in Morocco and fled with his family to Paris to escape General Franco's regime as a teenager.
American basketball player
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
South African-American epidemiologist, engineer, and academic (d. 2014.)
Austrian-born actor and politician. He began his career as body-builder. He won several titles for his strength, and his magnificently-sculpted body. He began lifting weights as a way to overcome his shyness and fear of his father. In 1968, he moved to the U.S. for a "day job". He started a bricklaying company, which also laid the foundation for his …
French virologist, Harald zur Hausen was a corecipient of the 2008 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine. Montagnier and she shared half of the prize for their efforts in identifying HIV, which is the cause of AIDS.
American actor on stage, film, and TV. His films include "Sugarland Express," Looking for Mr. Goodbar," and "Die Hard."
American author and physician
Baytown, Texas -- Actress ("Oh Calcutta")
American District Attorny of Bristol County, Massachusetts, was a district attorney. He became famous in the gang rape case. Since 1979, elected to the legislature at 26 years old
Italian pop/folk singer, television personality.
French master of BD/SM (bondage and discipline/sadomasochism) and author of the books, "Le journal d'un MaA(r)tre" and "Le Sage et la Soumise."
Rock bassist (Jethro Tull)
English bass player (Jethro Tull)
American actor and sportscaster (d. 1994).
British soccer player at Leeds United who became club manager.
French novelist. He was awarded the Grand prix du roman de l'AcadA (c)mie franASSaise for 1972 and the Prix Goncourt 1978 for his novel Rue des boutiques obstrues. Modiano received the prestigious 2010 Prix mondiale Cino Del Duca from the Institut de France for lifetime achievements and the 2012 Austrian State Prize for European Literature. He also wrote many songs …
American composer and saxophonist
French actress and singer, most well-known for her 1972 participation in the Eurovision Song Contest.
Actress (Bejeweled and Wombling Free).
Scottish race car driver (d. 1973)
Italian politician; President of Italy's counsel, 1985.
American homicide. Charles Starkweather was her boyfriend. She murdered her parents in Lincoln, NE, on 1/21/1958. They stayed at the house until January 27th, then they went on a murder spree for two days, killing eight people.
Canadian politician and physicist
English painter and environmentalist
Canadian actor and singer-songwriter
American football broadcaster and player. He is well-built and looks good.
American professional athlete. He was a baseball player for the San Francisco Giants (and the San Diego Padres). His first big league game was September 17, 1965. He played for 10 seasons and ended his professional baseball career July 30, 1974.
American politician and Congresswoman from Colorado. She is a hard worker and unpretentious. She has written groundbreaking legislation. In 1972, she was still raising her two children and ran for Congress. She later stated that "I have both a brain AND a uterus" and used both.
American politician (Representative-Democrat-Colorado).
Illinois, USA; actress ("Temperature's Rising").
Sinclair Radionics was founded by an English businessman. Sinclair Research was also started by Sinclair Radionics.
English inventor and entrepreneur
Famous birthdays on July 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American film director, who was Hollywood's most prominent young genius after his 1971 breakthrough film "The Last Picture Show". He divorced his wife of 10 year and their two children to move in with Cybill Shepherd, a blonde model he met and who starred in the film.
French journalist, editor for Le Figaro (1980-1993), and president of Agence France Press (1996-1999).
American feminist activist, political analyst and lobbyist. Smeal is also founder and president of Feminist Majority Foundation. She has twice served as president of National Organization for Women.
French politician French Minister for Foreign Affairs
French fashion designer, who comes from a family of fashion designers. He fled Paris at the age of 4 with his mother. He did not see his father until he turned seven.
Nationally recognized Danish film director. Ernst was the Chairman of the Danish Movie Directors Union (DMU) in 1999. He has produced many documentaries and educational films, as well as entertainment features.
Norwegian poet and translator. 1962 was her first year of literary success with the poetry collection, "Billedskrift", ('Pictography). She is known for being one of the original founders of Club 7 Oslo and the club's name. Jan Erik Vold, a poet, once called her the "secret queen" of the sixties. In 1966 she married stage director Janken Varden.
USSR -- 50K walker (1988 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
Duchess of Badajoz
New York, USA; actor (Klondike, Acapulco, Hondo).
France sport Champion
American baseball player. He is also the current commissioner of professional baseball. The path to Selig's position as commissioner has been slow and long. Selig was initially appointed to the ten-member Pro Baseball Executive Council in the early 1990s, whose purpose was finding a new commissioner. Selig served as chairman, since the former commissioner had just resigned.
Little Rock, Arkansas -- Actor (Blues Brothers and Ben Casey), Dallas
French melody composer (melodist), and music producer.
American singer and actor
USA; actor (77 Sunset Strip Jack the Ripper).
Actor (Consenting Adults), died of cancer at the age of 58
American CEO of First Alabama Bancshares. Mackin graduated with a BS degree in Industrial Management. Mackin is a fan of Auborn University and enjoys sailing and fishing.
French journalist, writer, adventurer, and humanitarian.
New York, USA. Actress (Fort Ti Vice Squad, Sabrina).
St. Albans in New York -- Actress (Fort Ti Vice Squad, Sabrina).
American Astrologer and Author who was the co-director for education at NCGR in 1983. Her books include "Basic Astrology" and "Cosmic Combinations". Negus was awarded the Regulus Award in Education 1995 for her efforts in teaching and inspiring future generations of astrologers.
Famous birthdays on July 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Ohio, USA; singer (McGuire Sisters - "Sugartime").
Athens, Greece -- Puppeteer (Barbara Mandrell show)
Costa Rican architect, painter, and football player.
American baseball player. Left-handed pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds / Redlegs (1944-1952aEUR"1960 and 1962-1966), Kansas City Athletics (61), and Los Angeles Angels (622).
French actor in film, who died 18 April 2010.
Actor (Mission to Moscow King Kong) passes away at 65.
English screenwriter and producer of actors (d. 2015).
American mountaineer (Born 1927)
Belgian actor, husband to DolorA's Laga, prima ballerina A(c)toile of the ThA(c).AC/tre de la Monnaie’ and 'Ballet du XXe siA'cle.
American singer (The McGuire Sisters).
British Brigadier General/playwright (Love and money)
Lithuania -- Actor (La Dolcevita, Helen of Troy).
French composer, conductor of orchestra and music teacher.
Avant-garde Scottish poet, novelist, and biographer. He was a heroin addict for most of his life. He lived in Paris, where he edited the literary magazine Merlin. Due to his addiction, he also worked in the United States. Friends helped him escape to Canada, and he returned to London, where he remained until his passing in 1984.
Scottish poet and author (d. 1984).
Actor and trumpet player from Wales (d. 2013).
North Dakota, USA. Novelist, philosopher (Omensetter’s Luck).
French aesthetician and philosopher, who played a significant role in the recognition and dissemination of Theodor Adorno's work in France and the Frankfurt School.
French actor from film, who was killed in Paris on 18 January 2014.
Summerfield Military man
Indonesian communist/leader of PKI (1951-65).
H & R Block's American CEO, specializes in high-standard management. Bloch holds a BS degree in mathematics.
American co-founder of H&R Block
Dutch painter/director (Free Academy).
Belgium -- Minister for Economic Affairs
American pianist and educator (d. 2005).
French actress in film who thrived in the 1950s.
American co-founder, along with David Bianco, of Elderhostel. This non-profit organization was founded in 1975 and allows seniors to travel and participate in educational programs around the United States.
German pilot and lieutenant (d. 2015).
Famous birthdays on July 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
She is an American family icon and half-sister to Marilyn Monroe. Their mother Gladis had been married three times. Berneice, Marilyn and Berneice have different fathers. Gladis was severely mentally ill and was absent from the lives of her daughters. Her father raised Berneice in Kentucky, a few thousand miles from Marilyn. They met for the first times in 1944, …
Jazz tenor / clarinet / flute player
Norwegian actress and director, primarily known for her work on the stage as a comedian. In 1942, she made her stage debut with the play Erasmus Montanus at TrA.ndelag Teater.
American real estate executive, republican. He was married once and had two children.
Actor English-American (d. 2007).
Dutch resistance fighter
Le Havre physician
French writer and educator. Formerly, the
German film director and former director of photography. His films included muscle epics and scifi horror films, with tongue-in cheek bravado. In Rome, he married Iole Sergio and their son, Lamberto became a director who specializes in stylish horror.
3rd Baron Killanin, Irish journalist and author, 6th President of International Olympic Committee
American soldier and cartoonist (d. 1987).
Austrian/Netherlands playwright/director (Albee/Pinter)
Faber and Faber editor selected the Faber A Little Book of Modern Verse (1941) by British poet, Faber. 1994 saw the publication of her Collected Poems (Carcanet Press). After turning to libretto and verse play, she was awarded an OBE in 2001.
British poetess (Who's my neighbor?)
Mexican-born American photographer.
Famous birthdays on July 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
British writer and historian (Born 1909)
England, United Kingdom -- Historian. (Pursuit of Progress).
English author and historian (d. 1993).
German actress (d. 1996).
France Military man
French footballer (Born 1906)
French classical pianist.
French pianist, the daughter of Russian immigrant David Aitoff. She was a well-known pianist who was employed by Karajan, Solti, and Dutoit. However, her main role was that of a singing coach.
Mexican playwright and poet (d. 1974).
Italy sport Champion
Canadian ice hockey coach and player (d. 1955).
Canadian ice hockey coach and player (d. 1955).