List of celebrities and famous people who were born on May 30th
Famous birthdays on May 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102015
The members of the former UMP founded a new french union. It is hoped to win the next election with Nicolas Sarkozy.
Famous birthdays on May 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002008
Famous birthdays on May 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
American family of fame, the son Julia Louis-Dreyfus' wife, Brad Hall, and her husband, producer Brad Hall. Born C-Section. Harry, his older brother, is four years old. His mom signed a $600,000.00 per episode contract shortly before he entered the hospital.
Brazilian tennis player
Latvian ice hockey player
French young prodigy in electro-house music, and producer. He has worked with Lady Gaga on her album ARTPOP.
English actor and dancer
Soap Opera Actress
Chinese tennis player
Russian player in ice hockey
Famous birthdays on May 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Ukrainian tennis player
American Idol Season 5 Contestant
Australian rugby league footballer
Hong Kong actress, musician, writer, and performer
Mary Decker, Olympian daughter, and Richard Slaney, Olympian daughter
Canadian ice hockey player
Russian chess player (d.2013)
Australian rules footballer
American football player
Hong Kong footballer
Hong Kong footballer
German ice hockey player
English singer, model, actress
English rugby player
American basketball player (d.2007)
Megapuss, an American singer-songwriter/guitarist
Danish handball player
Italian race car driver
Danish handball player
French track and field specialist who specializes in the 800m Paralympic sprint. Retinitis pigmentosa is a condition that makes her almost blind. She has less than tenth vision in one eye and zero in the other. In 800m sprint events, she also competes against disabled athletes.
Russian basketball player
Famous birthdays on May 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Canadian ice hockey player
Japanese singer and actress with a Japanese voice
Brazilian mixed martial artist and wrestler
Miss Bulgaria Universe (1997).
English badminton player
Swedish tennis player and coach
Slovenian-Greek basketball player
Slovenian basketball player
English rugby player and coach
American singer-songwriter ("Shadows Fall" and "Overcast")
English rugby league and union footballer
A bronze medalist in volleyball for Italy, this champion was a member the Italian team that won the Atlanta Olympics Bronze Medal on 8/04/1996.
Screenwriter and actor in English comedy
Miss USA-Connecticut (1997).
Texas, USA; pairs skater (and Arthur Reid).
Canadian Football League defensive linebacker (Montreal Alouettes).
Dominican-American baseball player, outfield, Indians
NFL linebacker (Denver Broncos - Super Bowl 32)
Japanese singer and voice actor
Queensland, Australia; field hockey player (Olympics 1996).
Dominican Republic; outfielder for the Cleveland Indians
NFL tackle (Detroit Lions).
NFL defensive end/defensive tackle (Tennessee Oilers).
WLAF running back (Barcelona Dragons).
American singer and actress
Czech politician and Czech ice hockey player
Actress and singer from Hong Kong
NFL linebacker (Buffalo Bills).
Famous birthdays on May 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Japanese screenwriter and director producer
Japanese screenwriter and director producer
French terrorist implicated in the attack against U.S.A. 9/11/2001. A federal grand jury indicted Moussaoui, who was charged with conspiring to murder and terrorist acts in al-Qaida hijackings which killed thousands of people. Six-count indictment claims that he was a member of the plot to hi-jack four jet-liners and crash two into World Trade Ce.
Canadian politician and lawyer, 40th Canadian Minister for National Defence
Westlake, California -- Rower (1992-96 Olympics - 4th place)
French businessman and ex-media adviser to Nicolas Sarkozy and the Minister of Publicis Events, Vice President at Publicis Consultants, and President of Publicis Events.
New York, USA; Canadian Tour Golfer.
English rock singer (Charlatans - Only One I Know).
Albany, Western Australia -- Field hockey midfielder (1996 Olympics)
American athlete, nose tackle.
English singer-songwriter (The Charlatans, The Chavs).
German-American bass player (The Black Crowes).
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Pavement Silver Jews, Stephen Malkmus and The Jicks).
German manager and footballer
Rainbow S.r.l. was founded by an animator and producer from Italy.
NFL linebacker (Seattle Seahawks).
New York, USA. Actress (Attack of the Centerfold at 60 feet).
American basketball coach and player
American guitarist (Audioslave and Rage Against the Machine).
American country-western singer. She began her career with "The Judds", a duo she formed with her mother. Later, she did a single tour in 1992. Seven consecutive Country Music Assn. wins. They won six Grammys and seven consecutive Country Music Assn. Awards. Naomi was forced to retire in 1991 because of a chronic bout with hepatitis. The mother-daughter relationship was …
American journalist, she was a Los Angeles Times reporter. Ghost-wrote Ice T's autobiography.
Italian pro-race car driver, since 1996, driving for Minardi Team in Formula One.
Le in Vietnam; US fencer-foil (Olympics-1996).
Kentucky, USA; singer (Judds - "Why Not Me", "Love Can Build A Bridge").
One of the two sons of Nelson and Happy Rockefeller, an American celebrity family. His father died from a heart attack on 1/26/1979.
French television host and investigative journalist. She was a French investigative journalist and television host who has previously worked for France 3 on the prime-time investigative journalism program "PiA'ces A Conviction." She began her work with France 2 in September 2005 hosting "13 heures le Journal"
Canadian singer and songwriter (Voivod).
Sharman in Great Britain; cosmonaut (Soyuz TM-12).
Illinois, USA; actress (Livia Friede - All My Children).
NFL tackle (KC Chiefs)
in Sweden; tennis star.
American illustrator and author co-created Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
English screenwriter and actor
American ice skater, of Welsh-Lebanese heritage, adopted into a loving, close family. Peter, her adopted brother, was also U.S. champions. Pair Champions. She saw Ice Capades in 1968 for the first time and was immediately interested. Their father convinced them to build a skating rink in their yard, thanks to the cold weather. At six years old, she began skating. …
New York, USA. Actor (Michael Evans-Good Times).
English singer-songwriter/guitarist (Duran Duran the Lilac Time The Devils, and Me Me Me Me).
Tower" Duffy; rocker. (Lilac Time, "Paradise Song".
Famous birthdays on May 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
English footballer coach and manger
French motorcycle racer and winner of the Le Mans 24 Hour Motorcycle Race. He was 3rd in 1992, and 1st in 1993 and 1994.
Sweden; singer (Roxette - "Must Have Been Love").
Swedish pop singer-songwriter, pianist. She is best known for her part in the pop rock duo Roxette that she formed with Per Gessle. Per Gessle and she achieved international success in the late 1980s through the early 1990s, with six of the top 10 US hits songs.
Spanish American astronaut
Spanish-American astronaut and pilot
American politician and lawyer
California, USA; actor (The Love Boat Married With Children Dynasty).
Spain; US Navy Lieutenant Commander/astronaut
New Zealand; marathon runner (New York City-1981).
Jaarsveld; guitarist (Sleeze Beez).
Victoria, Australia; Australasia golfer.
French senior official currently President of the MusA(c]e du quai Branly’ in Paris, a museum that exhibits the indigenous cultures and art of Africa, Asia and Oceania.
American screenwriter and critic
Italian television presenter. His first TV appearance was in 1977 when he presented "Non siamo Gazzose" together with Erik Colombardo. The show, which was aired on Grp, a local TV station broadcasting in Piedmont, was his first. He began his work on RAI in 1982 as a child's show presenter. He was part of Rai's TV program "Va Pensiero" from …
French entrepreneur and president of the P.B. He was a group that bought and started 16 companies from 1985 to 1991, before he became bankrupt with 33 million French Francs. He was a prominent right-wing "fixer" during the 1980s. He enjoyed the company of businessmen and politicians from 1983 to 1992 and entertained jet-set celebrities with plane tickets and other …
English singer and songwriter (The Clash Mirkwood, The Moors Murderers).
Australian author and pro-astrologer. She was editor of FAA Journal from 1986-87 to 1991-93 and also edited and wrote for Under Capricorn 1990. Gunzburg received her FAA Diploma in 1988, and became a Professional Member in the following year. Since 1989, she has been co-teaching with Bernadette Brady and together they have produced two astrological books.
American writer who won a Pulitzer Prize in Journalism and a Distinguished Writing Award by the American Society of Newspaper Editors. He was a Boston Globe columnist in 1997.
French philosopher and Chief Rabbi in France (June 2008 to April 2013), was born into an asacian and jewish household. He was clearly against gay marriage. He acknowledged on 2 April 2013 that his book "Quarante ma(c),ditations juives", contains numerous instances of plagiarism. He also admitted that he used a ghostwriter to prepare it. And he also lied about his …
Referee for Canadian ice hockey players and sportscaster
Paraguayan politician and bishop President of Paraguay
American actor, singer, and director
Texas, USA; actor (Single White Female. Thelma, Louise).
Bosnian-Serbian singer/songwriter (Ambasadori & Korni Grupa).
French politician, Mayor of Paris and openly homosexual. In March 2001, he was elected to office. Azdine Berkane attacked him and injured him in 2002, while pleading with him that he hated politicians and gays. Mayor Delanoe spent the next two weeks in hospital.
French politician. He is a member of France's National Assembly and represents the 3rd constituency of Aisne. He is a member the Socialist Party (Parti Socialiste), and works with the SRC parliamentary organization.
English journalist and lawyer
Famous birthdays on May 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Warriors, American basketball head coach.
American basketball coach and player
American producer and bass player (Dead Kennedys).
English sportscaster and cricketer
English judge and lawyer
French judoka fighting in the weight division under 93kg, who was first French judoka ever to win the gold medal at the World Judo Championships 1975. In 2005, he was elected president to the French Judo Federation. He ran for the 1993 French parliamentary elections as a candidate under the banner Rassemblement par le Sport. RougA(c), was promoted to 9th …
American football player. He ran back in the National Football League, playing for the Baltimore Colts San Diego Chargers and Los Angeles Rams. This was between 1972-1980.
Long jumper from Germany, he won silver at the 1972 Munich Olympics.
Japanese artist known for creating the posters for the Olympic commission.
American producer and screenwriter (d. 2005).
French international artist, best known for her work with plastic surgery. She shares his lifetime between New-York, Los Angeles (member of the Getty Research Institute), and Paris where she sits as administrator for the "Palais de Tokyo". Also professor at the "Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts". In 2013, Orlan is asking recompense for what she sees as suspicious similarities between …
French victim, aeronautical engineer, survivor in a plane crash (Airbus A320 on Mont-Sainte-Odile, 20 January 1992). He recalls that he should have taken the previous fly, but he was in an accident while driving to the airport. Thanks to reduced-fare, I was able to get a seat at the back of this plane for the next one. The eight survivors …
French Canadian golfer
Canadian comedian. He is a member of a successful comedy troupe on radio and television. He is most well-known for his Preston Manning impressions.
Political activist/founder (Mothers Against Drunk Drivers).
Scottish politician (Born 1897)
Texas, USA; actress ("Petticoat Junction", My Three Sons).
English horse trainer
French financial advisor, a founding partner of Zaoui & Co., and a former vice chairman of Morgan Stanley's Institutional Securities Group.
American Astrologer, with a history and art background. They met in college. She married Bob Schmidt on 9/11/1971 at 4:35 pm, Annapolis, MD. They share a passion for learning and have been scholars for many years. Astrology brings together all of their interests: history, mathematics, science, philosophy, psychology. Ellen started studying astrology between 1983 and 1984.
American singer and actress (d. 2000).
Rocker (Dave Clark 5-Glad all Over)
Greek-American businessman and engineer
English singer and guitarist (The Dave Clark Five).
American film editor (d.2011)
American college/pro football player, who ran back in the National Football League (NFL), for seven seasons between the 1960s and the early 1970s.
Anders Michanek Swedish motorcycle racer
At 68, Newscaster (Chronicles) dies
American civil rights activist (Born 1943).
French business executive. He was a historian and founder of the European Business School from 1967-1973. He was the Economic Reviewer at France Inter 1970-1974 and Vice-president at the D.G. Institute, Sofrad, and TA(c.lA(c.france International 1979-’81. From 1981 to 1989, he was the Managing Director at Celta International. In 1988-1989, he was President of SFP.
English journalist and author
Canadian writer and artist; author of 1993's "I Ching Clarified" (A Practical Guide). Secter's innovative commentary on I Ching is just one of the many reasons Secter created sculptures that can be felt through touch.
Indian cricket administrator (d.2015)
Canadian-American ice hockey player
New Jersey, USA, actor (I Come in Peace Memories of Me).
Famous birthdays on May 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Scottish entrepreneur who founded Waterstone's bookstore chain.
Austrian race car driver
American producer and director of film. Spangler was a producer and director of films in the 1970s and 1980s. In 1984, he directed "The Bear," his last film. He was the director of multimedia at LaserPacific by 2000.
American character actor of pint-size on TV, stage and screen. He was a part of "Adventures of a Young Man" 1962 and received an Oscar nomination in 1967 for Best Supporting Actor in the movie "Bonnie and Clyde". His TV credits include "Gunsmoke," the "Virginian", and "I Spy."
New Jersey, USA, actor (Bonnie, Clyde and Roxanne).
American actor and educator (d.2013)
American educator and author (d. 2014).
Canadian football player
de Pree, Dutch Member of Parliament (PvdA/theologist).
American basketball coach and player
Anglo-Irish politician and businessman of life
American-English architect (d.2013)
Canadian-American actress and dancer who has appeared in more than 300 TV roles. Her films include "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers", "Funny Face," and "Marjorie Morningstar."
American actor. He is portrayed as a brooding neurotic in his first two films, "The Hoodlum Priest" 1961 and "David and Lisa" 1962. He also appeared in 2001: A Space Odyssey, 1968.
Ohio, USA; actor (2001-2010, David and Lisa).
Dmitri, Russian composer's daughter
Italian pro-cyclist, who won a Gold Medal at Melbourne Olympics 1956.
American producer and production manager
Canadian politician and academic (d. 2005).
Russian astronaut and general pilot
Greek manager and footballer (d. 2012).
French race horse jockey, a harnessed trot racing driver who won the Prix d'AmA (c)rique in 1969 with Upsalin.
USSR; cosmonaut (Voskhod II, Soyuz 19).
A Scottish politician, elected Member of Parliament on 6/11/1987.
Alexander & Alexander is an American insurance broker. Irvin holds a BBA degree in Insurance.
American composer and accordionist who was a key figure in the development post-war electronic music.
Baron Richard Welsh, diplomat and politician British Ambassador to United Nations
English playwright and actor
Texas, USA; composer (Sound Patterns).
Italian fashion designer in business with her sister.
American music teacher. He was a pianist, accompanist, and teacher in the school system as well as private tutoring. George Jobe was her husband and she had four children, Carla on 4/07/1953; Donna on 8/17/1954; Lisa on 1/21/1962; Gary on 5/25/1963. They divorced in mid-'70s.
Annabel's was founded by an English businessman (d. 2007).
Belgium sport Champion
Famous birthdays on May 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
French Catholic bishop.
Bavaria -- Actor (Goldfinger)
Belgian film director jacques demy is married to another director jacques demy. They have two children.
English economist/Assistant Secretary of State (1971-84)
Australian artist (d. 2006).
American CEO of Citizens Utilities. Former CEO of Century Communications. Tow, an ex-economics professor who started a cable-TV business from his living room table. He also has his AB and MA Economics degrees from Brooklyn. His Ph.D. is from Columbia. Tow was able to buy shares from Richard Rosenthal, Citizens Utilities' retired boss through shrewd management at Century Communications. Analysts …
Australian painter (d. 2006)
American actor. He is most well-known for his role as a cowboy in Cheyenne, a western television series.
United States -- Author (American Glass Animals).
Illinois, USA; actor (Kodiak, Cheyenne, Dirty Dozen).
New York, USA: TV host (It's A Small Wonder).
American transsexual who claimed that "nature made mistakes" Young George made his decision after he had hidden desires during his confusing teenage years. He also served a two-year stint in the Army and trained as a medical assistant for two years. He felt feminine and wanted to act and dress like a woman. In 1950, he went to Denmark to …
American country music legend associated with Western swing. He is regarded as one of the greatest fiddlers of the genre's past.
Belgium; conductor (1958-62 Saint Louis Symphony).
American CEO of Imcers Group is an American executive. It is a company that produces minerals, chemicals, and animal health care products. Kennedy holds a BA degree in History. His brother Robert is the CEO at Union Carbide.
English doctor and author
Suriname -- Politician
Toorenaar; political commissar in Amsterdam (1975-79).
Ameritrust is an American bank and financial investment company. Ameritrust was founded in 1991 by Ameritrust CEO, an American mechanical engineer. It has been involved in some bad real estate ventures. Smith studied mechanical engineering at a college that was interested in sales and management. He graduated with a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Jean-Marc Deperrois is a French defense attorney. Police arrested Deperrois on 27 July 1994 for the murder of Emilie Tanay, nine years old. Deperrois was having an affair Sylvie Tocqueville. He had mixed antibiotic medicine with arsenic in the hope that SylvieaEUR (tm)'s husband would use it. Sylvie gave Emilie a spoonful of the poison on June 11, 1994, and …
USA, middle heavyweight (1952 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
American CIA diplomat and officer (d. 2014.)
Cuban-American drummer (Santana) (d. 2014)
Italian actress (d.2013)
New Jersey, USA. Actor (Richard-Love That Jill).
American writer, who wrote for many years in his spare while teaching science at Milton Academy (MA).
United States -- Sci-fi author (Needle, Iceworld)
Actor, singer, choreographer (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang).
St C?me sur Lot physician
Famous birthdays on May 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Bolivian politician and general 55th President of Bolivia (d. 1969).
American jazz saxophonist.
President of Bolivia (d. 1969).
Scottish author, "The Railway Man" is a critically acclaimed novel by The Railway Man, which has been called a horror story.
Augusta Military man
Mexican poet and author (d.2000)
Mexican poet (d.2000)
American restaurateur (d. 2007)
French ballet teacher and dancer.
Theologian and philologist from the Netherlands, he is also a professor of early Christian history at Utrecht University and Harvard. Most notable for bringing to light the Gospel of Thomas, and other gnostic writings,
French soldier and politician (d. 1962).
American illustrator (d. 1995).
French politician (d. 1962).
Scientist (one of the four discoverers of plutonium).
Disarmer / Military Scientist
End, a good sense of humor. American football player. After his football career, Kelley worked as a history teacher at the Peddie School, Hightstown, New Jersey. He also served as an alumni director. Kelley was a teacher of English at Cheshire Academy, and spent 12 years in glove-manufacturing.
Italy sport Champion
Indianapolis, Indiana -- Orchestra leader (Milton Berle Show)
The 37th Yokozuna, a Japanese sumo wrestler (Born 1914).
French general of military, who was in the 1960s director at the nuclear test site at Mururoa Atoll in Pacific Ocean.
American biochemist, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1912).
A French aviator and World War II ace was awarded the title of Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English : Companion to the Liberation).
Wales, United Kingdom -- Actor. (Ben Hur. Mutiny on The Bounty. Oliver!)
He developed the isotope separation apparatus with three other German scientists.
Dramatist/playwright (Fiddler on The Roof).
American athlete (d. 1978).
German actress. Meysel was a popular actress in Germany from the 1960s to her death. She was a star on the stage and had more than 100 roles in films and television.
France sport Champion
Estonian art historian, art critic, and conservator
English-American journalist and author (d.2011)
Famous birthdays on May 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
English motorcycle racer (d. 1988).
American physicist (Born in 1909)
American voiceover king and provider of voices on over 3,000 cartoons featuring nearly 400 characters. Also, a wide range of sound effects. He was fascinated by sounds and voices since he was young. He studied music at Portland High School.
Swedish electro engineer, plasma physicist, and winner of 1970 Nobel Prize in Physics (MHD) for his work in magnetohydrodynamics. He was the first to describe the class of MHD waves that is now called AlfvA(c).n waves. He started his career as an electrical power engineer, but he later became a researcher and teacher in the fields plasma physics and electric …
French screenwriter, director and author of French films, he was also a French filmmaker. His radical ideas regarding human and social problems led to him being expelled from France. He was married once and had two children.
France sport Champion
Nobel Prize winner for physics and engineering in Sweden (d. 1995).
French anthropologist and member of the French Resistance (Born in 1907)
Burmese martyr (d. 1947)
German pilot (d.2007)
German mystic (d. 1959)
Polish-German mystic and author (d. 1960).
Carhaix Military man
Editor, teacher and poet from Scotland. Montogmerie edited 4 volumes of folklore and children's poetry. He was a teacher at Morgan Academy in Dundee, as well as Dundee College of Commerce. In 1954, he received his Ph.D. at the University of Edinborough.
Author and researcher on East Indian Kundalini. He experienced the spontaneous awakening of Kundalini energies in 1937. In 1949, he was published for the first time. Married, three children.
Romorantin Military man
American poet Black Christ, One Way to Heaven, dies in New York City at the age of 42.
Frederick Lloyd archaeologist.
Moulins/ Allier Painters
American actor, singer and dancer
Estonian composer and pianist (d. 1969).
American actress and author (d.79)
Polish singer (d. 1990)
Chicago, Illinois -- Writer ("When Our Hearts Were Young & Gay")