List of celebrities and famous people who were born on November 30th
Famous birthdays on November 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002005
Famous birthdays on November 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
World Music Singer
Welsh race car driver
French student was murdered by right-wing skinheads in Paris on June 5, 2013.
Portuguese tennis player
Japanese singer and actor (NYC and Hey! Say! JUMP)
Belgian producer and DJ
American notable family, the daughter Kathleen Kennedy Townsend's husband and the 25th greatgrandchild of Rose Kennedy. In good health, she weighed 8 lbs 8oz.
Norwegian chess grandmaster, and ex-chess prodigy, who is currently the No. The world's No. 1 player. At the age of 13 years and 148 days, Carlsen was made a Grandmaster. He is now the third youngest Grandmaster in history.
Famous birthdays on November 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Australian Test and One Day International (ODI), cricketer. He was also known as Hughesy, Little Don and Hugh Dog. He was a South Australian and Worcestershire domestic cricketer. He was a left-handed opening batter who played for New South Wales for two seasons before making his Test debut in 2009.
British singer and bassist (McFly).
American comedian and cofounder of Smosh.
American wrestler model and dancer
American basketball player
American model and actress
American family of distinction, daughter of Ronny Robbins, country music singer, and Cathy Robbins. She is also the grand-daughter of Marty Robbins who was one of the most prominent entertainers in country western.
Kazakhstani triple jumper
French actor, director, and screenwriter who studied acting at the Conservatory of Marseille and then at the Regional School of actors of Cannes.
Nigerian-English television host
Canadian ice hockey player
Indian-Pakistani accused terrorist
Canadian baseball player
American baseball player
Turkish producer and director of singer-songwriters
Famous birthdays on November 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Argentinian basketball player
Driver of a race car in Australia
French racing cyclist who rides for Bretagne -SA(c),chA(c), Environnement. He was the French national road race champion and has won four stages at the Tour de France.
Comic Book Author
French ice dancer. He is the 2008 World Champion, 2007 European, and 2008 Grand Prix Final Champion with Isabelle Delobel.
American circus innovator (New York Circus Arts).
Peruvian-American cinematographer and director
Miss Universe - Turks and Caicos (1996)
American basketball player.
French Grand Prix motorcycle racer and F.I.M. 2002 champion, World champion in 125cc. Vincent was a Supersport World Champion on a Yamaha R6.
Defensive end (Buffalo Bills)
HB (Philadelphia Eagles)
German opera singer, soprano. At fourteen, she made her radio debut. In 2006, she married composer Ralph Siegel.
A French karateka won numerous medals at international competitions. This included the gold medal at 1998 world championships in Karate in Rio de Janeiro Brazil.
Brazilian television presenter, actress and singer whose career began at 4, when she won a contest to choose Brazil's most beautiful child at a popular variety show presented by Chacrinha. At 13, she became famous for replacing Xuxa as the presenter of the kids show "Club of the Child". Her popularity exploded when her hit single Vou de táxi ("I …
Canadian professional wrestler
Cornerback (Arizona Cardinals)
South Korean actor and singer
English canoe racer
CFL back in action (Edmonton Eskimos).
South Korean actor
American bass player (Disturbed the Union Underground and Adrenaline Mob).
Australian actress and model
Portuguese manager and footballer
An English soldier and politician
American stage actor
Miss Universe - Malaysia (1996)
Puerto Rican baseball player
Charlotte, North Carolina -- Infielder for the Chicago White Sox
American dancer and actor
Manager and English footballer
T.J. MAXXX was an American employee who loved her job. On 9/11/2001, she was on a business trip to Los Angeles with her colleagues when she was tragically killed in an accident on American Airlines Flight 11.
Long Beach, California -- Volleyball outside hitter (1996 Olympics).
NFL strong safety (Minnesota Vikings).
WLAF receiver (Frankfurt Galaxy).
WLAF defensive end (Scottish Claymores).
WLAF running back (Rhein Fire)
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan -- Kayaker (1996 Olympics)
Yogyakarta (Indonesia) -- Tennis star (1996 Hobart Doubles).
Famous birthdays on November 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
German-Swiss screenwriter and producer of director producers
Belgian race car driver
An English professional darts player who is also the ten-time Women's World Professional Darts Champion for the British Darts Organisation. She is known by her nickname Golden Girl, and was named the BBC Midlands Sports Personality Of The The Year in 2003.
NFL cornerback (Dallas Cowboys and Oakland Raiders).
Hamilton, Ohio -- Infielder (Detroit Tigers)
Huntington Beach, California -- Playmate (May, 1991)
American screenwriter and producer of actor directors
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (QueensrAiche and The Stick People).
He was a French cyclist who began his career with the Toshiba team in 1989. He switched to ONCE in Spain in 1992 and stayed there until 2000. He was part of Team CSC in 2001-2002.
Indian scientist and Swadeshi Movement figure (Born 1967).
Agent Provocateur was co-founded by an English fashion designer, and a businessman.
NYC, New York -- Golfer (1995 Healthsouth-9th).
Safety in the NFL (NY Jets).
Finnish race car driver
English politician and businessman
Priest/Theologian/Political Theorist dies at 60
American actor, director, writer, and writer, who is best known for his role in 1998's smash comedy "ThereaEUR(tm), Something About Mary". Stiller, along with Janeane Garofalo wrote a lighthearted book about relationships called "Feel This Book": An Essential Guide for Self-Empowerment and Spiritual Supremacy.
English politician and banker Chief Secretary to The Treasury
Japanese royalty, second son of Empress Michiko (Emperor Akihito) and second in line for the Chrysanthemum Trine.
American poet and curator
NFL guard (Atlanta Falcons, Philadelphia Eagles)
Prince Akishino of Japan
NBA forward (Dallas Mavericks)
American producer and actor
Japanese mixed martial artist and wrestler
He was an Italian television presenter, who made his debut in 1982. He has presented many TV programs, including "Quelli che... il Calcio," "Vieni via con me" and "Quello che (non) ho." He hosts the weekly talk show, "Che Tempo che Fa", broadcast by Rai 3.
American porn actress
American computer programmer and author
Nigeria -- 4x400m runner (1984 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
Trinidadian sprinter and footballer
Abilene, Texas -- Nike golfer (1986 Tallahassee Open-6th)
Belgian film, TV and theatre actor.
English soccer player (World Cup 1986).
Famous birthdays on November 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American actress and singer who started singing in The Runaways, an all female hard rock band that formed in the late 1970s and included future stars Joan Jett & Lita Ford.
Scottish newspaper journalist, BBC researcher, 1983 and presenter for AM-TV, 1984-1992. Kelly is a popular TV presenter for her cheerful professionalism and infectious laugh. Kelly also impressed employers with the speed with which she and her cameraman reached locations before other journalists. Kelly was always close to her cameraman and her boyfriend. Kelly was quiet and slowly brought to the …
An English soldier and politician is Minister of State for External Affairs
Greek guitarist and singer-songwriter
American actress and singer (Q and SSQ).
NYC graffiti artist (d.2009)
American painter (d. 2009)
Canadian screenwriter and author (d. 2015).
Scottish-born Canadian comedian
American politician and educator, 8th Secretary of Education United States
American thief. He was barely five feet tall and had been a professional criminal since he was 13. He stole his first car as an act of lark. He soon graduated to breaking-and-entering. He had had 38 court appearances and had wounded three police officers. By the age of 21, he was able to escape from three jails. He was …
French jockey and horse owner.
An English rock musician, who was first famous in the punk rock era when he was a member Generation X. After that, he began a solo career and a series music videos for songs like "White Wedding", Rebel Yell and "Eyes Without a Face" made his one-of-a-kind MTV star. Idol continues touring with Steve Stevens.
Brazilian footballer and ex-manager
American author and historian
Louisville, Kentucky -- Nike Golfer (1994 NIKE gateway Classic)
American politician and academic, businessman
Scottish sportscaster and footballer
American actor (Batman, DC animated universe).
French specialist in South American cultures (Peru etc.) and explorer. She is also the author of several documentary films about the topography of the native customs.
Italian fashion designer and actress
American lesbian author of "Herscopes," a book by Charlene, an American astrologer. Charlene was educated in Europe where she studied astrology and tarot. She returned to New York City in 1974, where she is an astrologer. "Madam."
American economist and government official
Melbourne rock bassist (Little River Band)
Belgian director and actor, who died at 36 on March 7, 1991.
Italian film actress. She was the companion of Michele Placido, with whom she had a child, Violante in Rome, 5/01/1976. Her films include "Padrini."
American singer. She was a member the "Pointer Sisters", specializing in jazz, be-pop, and moving on to solid rock & roll in the late '70s. Ruth was born in 1946. Anita was born in 1948. Bonnie was born in 1953. June 1954. They enjoyed great success on their many national tours, which were interspersed by TV appearances. Their first album …
American porn actress
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
American comedian, actor, tenor singer, and voice artist.
American comic book author and artist
Jr. American screenwriter and producer
Italian singer, lead vocalist, and bassist in the band Pooh.
Florida, USA; actress (Pam- Flying High Lenny).
Pennsylvania, USA; actress (Barbara-Hometown, Major League).
Rock vocalist (Boys Band)
American basketball player, who was a first-round draft selection with the Boston Celtics from 1972 to 1984. Before becoming the Phoenix Suns' head coach in 1992, he had been with New York, Phoenix and Seattle teams. He was fired after only four seasons.
British comic book author
Famous birthdays on November 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Chicago, Illinois -- Playwright/dire (Speed the Plow House of Games, Chicago)
Translator and poet from Chilean-Swedish
English trainer and jockey
Serbian performance artist
Italian actress, voice actor, and director of dubbing. She is active in theatre, film, and television.
Welsh bass player, songwriter and producer (Deep Purple Episode Six & Rainbow).
American porno star, known as "The Robert Redford of sex movies", in more than 500 films. He is slim, well-built, and trim. His biggest films were "Firestorm" (which won a music prize) and "Sexplay." Eric Edwards and Eric Cowards, Rob Everett and Rob Evert were his names. He also performed as Eric Roberts in films like "Thrilling Drilling", 1974, "Lust …
English porn actress and model (d.79)
American actor and pornography superstar, his most famous films were "Firestorm", and "Sexplay." He made more than 500 films, beginning in 1971.
Italian journalist, writer, and TV presenter.
Baroness Armstrong of Hill Top English politician and academic Chancellor of The Duchy of Lancaster
American playwright and author (d. 2013).
English educator and saxophonist
Galati, Romania -- Pianist (Enesco 1st prize-1967)
American actress and model Miss District of Columbia USA 1965
Manager and player from Scotland
Camp LeJune, North Carolina -- Miss USA (1965)
Los Angeles, California -- Rock bassist / vocalist (Grass Roots)
French architect who won the Grand prix national de l'architecture 1991
Italian founder of a spiritual organization who solicited funds for his cause, until he was arrested as a fraud. He was arrested on 5/14/1986 and placed under house arrest for four years.
American screenwriter and producer of director films
French visual artist, who was awarded the prestigious Golden Lion Award in 2005 at the Venice Biennale for her artwork at France's Pavilion. The French Pavilion was transformed into a casino by her Pinocchio-inspired design.
Italian ballet dancer, who studied at the Ballet School of La Scala in Rome and the Bolshoi Theatre of Moscow. She was selected by Mario Pistoni to be the soloist in Mandarino Meraviglioso, with music by BA(c).la BartA3k. This brought her to the attention of the dance world. She was made prima ballerina at La Scala in 1972. Later, Maurice …
French astronomer and physicist who discovered the rings of Neptune in 1984 five years before Voyager 2 took them. He is a negative critic of astrology.
French composer, guitarist, and editor director who has greatly contributed to the revival of baroque guitar through the complete works Robert de VisA(c).e.
Baron Willis, Knaresborough English politician
Italian singer-songwriter, keyboardist and composer. He is best known for his work as a record producer for Italian television programs during the 1970s/80s.
Welsh footballer coach and manager
American journalist and author
Finnish javelin thrower
American basketball coach and player (d. 2012).
(Rep-D-Oklahoma, 1975- )
Famous birthdays on November 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Nepalese dwarf (d. 2015)
French director, screenwriter and editor. He was the director of "Santa Claus Has Blue Eyes", "The Pig", "The Mother and the Whore", and "My Little Loves". He was married once.
Italian administrator and engineer. From 1962 to 1973, he worked in the computer industry for Olivetti and General Electric, as well as marketing and production. He joined Fiat in 1976 as an assistant manager. In 1979, he became the manager of the new initiative division.
English oncologist and haematologist (d.2013)
English director and producer of films. After his commercial breakthrough with Alien (1979), Blade Runner (1982), Thelma &Louise (1991), best-picture Oscar-winner Gladiator (2000) and Hannibal (2001), Matchstick Men (2003) were his most well-known works.
British cyclist (d. 1967).
Indian-American academic and physicist (d. 2010).
French urban planner and director of Paris city planning from 1978 to 1984.
American author and radical who was active from his UC Berkeley days during the 1960s, when he opposed Vietnam war. He formed a group of political pranksters, the Yuppies, in 1968 with Jerry Rubin. They ran a pig for President in 1968.
She is commonly known as Lucha Villa, a Mexican actress and singer.
Russian mathematician (d. 2014).
Child care pioneer
American accountant and CEO of Great Western Financial. This bank has over 1,000 branches in California, Washington, and Florida. Montgomery graduated from college with a BS degree in Accounting.
Brazilian politician, Sao Paulo mayor. It was an amazing feat to win the city elections. She was educated and became an active City Councilwoman. She was a radical leftist for Partido dos Trabalhadores (Labor's Party). She was born in poverty in Northeastern Paraiba during her childhood. She is single.
French photographer, born to Polish parents. His portraits of famous politicians, artists and landscapes are well-known, as is his use of wide-angle lenses and nudes. His work was primarily in black and white, and in fashion.
Italian politician and ex-president at the Constitution Court. Nominated minister in Fanfani government. Jurist. After receiving his law degree in 1985, Paladin was made a professor of constitution law at the University of Padua and later a Dean of Law. He was a Constitutional judge from 1985 to 1993. Later, he became president of the court and minister of regional …
American educator and painter
South Korean professional Go player (d.2006)
American chemical engineer and CEO of Ashland Oil. This refinery specializes in production oil. Hall holds a BS in Chemical Engineering.
American bassist and bandleader (The Nashville A-Team).
South Korean Go player (d.2006)
American illustrator of children's books. Zemach was awarded the Caldecott Award for 1968 and has completed one to two books per year.
American politician, lawyer, author, and politician. As assistant D.A. He was an FBI agent in the White House to stop security leaks. He was convicted as the Watergate conspirator. This scandal, which is the most serious in American history, cost him 52 months imprisonment. In 1977, he was released from Danbury federal prison, CT as a disbarred attorney and felon …
American musician. He was a trumpet player for the Mort Lindsey Orchestra, which is featured on "The Merv Griffin Show." He was a professional musician, singer, and recording artist since 1956. Sheldon was a comedian actor on film and television. He also had his own TV program, "Run Buddy Run." In 1947, he moved to Los Angeles to become a …
American football coach and player (d. 2007).
American radio host and lawyer
Rocky Mount, North Carolina -- Lightweight HW boxer (1956 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
American Watergate operative, talk radio host
Famous birthdays on November 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
American television personality often called "the oldest living teenager" As host of "American Bandstand," Dick Clark introduced three generations to pop music. He has hosted shows that featured everything from Madonna to Elvis Presley. Clark was a good host, hosting hit shows on all three networks and syndication over the years, including the "Pyramid", game shows. Clark is the son …
Arizona, USA. TV executive (Children's TV Workshop).
American educator and creator, "Sesame Street", a popular educational TV program for children.
Japanese politician and scholar, 68th Speaker of Japan's House of Representatives (d.2014).
Actor German-American (d. 2015).
American basketball coach and player
Filipino lawyer and jurist, 19th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines (d.2013)
American politician (Senator-Republican-Nevada).
American basketball coach
American television and musical stage actor. Guillaume was awarded two Emmy Awards for Best Supporting Actor on "Soap" as well as Best Actor in the "Benson" series. Guillaume is a talented singer who feels at home on Broadway as well as before the cameras.
Los Angeles Actor
Missouri, USA; actor (Benson, Soap).
American actor. He has been on screen and radio since he was a child. As a child, he was only seen occasionally and he continued to be seen in the later '60s as an actor. He went on to have a long career with both feature and co-starring roles. Crenna is best known for his role as Walter Denton in …
French politician, radical party member; Mayor of Breziers since 1967; senator for Herault starting in 1968. Married once.
California, USA; actor (Rambo. Summer Rental. Sand Pebbles).
American lawyer and philanthropist
American actor (d.2015)
American TV writer for "Cavalcade Of Stars" (Broadway Open House). He was also the producer and co-creator for "I've Got a Secret." Sherman passed away from emphysema in Los Angeles, CA on November 20, 1973.
American politician (Born 1924)
American astrologer, who joined AFA November 1966.
French actor who dubbed many actors, including James Mason in "North by Northwest" as well as George Sanders in the movie "Village of the Damned".
Multi-talented Scottish actor, supporting actor on stage and TV, as well as in some films. He was first seen in "Don't Bother to Knock" 1961. His popularity only grew in the 1960s and then in "A Very Periculiar Place" May 1986. Crowden was cast alongside Stephanie Cole as a geriatric couple who bring anarchy into a retirement home. He gained …
American Astrologer, currently working on a book about Arabic Parts.
He was a French politician who served as a member in the European Parliament between 1961-1984.
American Astrologer. Author of numerous astrology columns, and the book "Starpower". Although she claims to have worked in 21 different careers, she considers her mother-role to be the most important. Sylvester is her third child. She is protective of him because he is often in public view. Frankie, Toni-Ann and Frankie are also her children.
For many years, the French bodyguard for General Charles de Gaulle was the French President's bodyguard.
American screenwriter, poet and short-story writer, actor, puppeteer chef, cryptographer, translator. He is also a well-known raconteur. He was known as Tum-tetum during his time in Paris. Walter lived a "pixilated wonderland" of a life, as a friend once said. On March 29, 1998, he died from liver cancer at the University of South Alabama Medicine Center.
St. Louis, Missouri -- Actress ("Out of the Blue,White Heat")
Belgian agent of the secret service in WW II. She later worked for Interpol, Scotland Yard and the U.S. Secret Service. She fled to safety after her home was attacked by the Luftwaffe in 1941. Her family settled in Lourdes, where her father secretly worked for the Resistance. He organized for fake ID papers to be issued and also coordinated …
French television producer and presenter, who died in Paris on June 6, 1983.
American actor (d.2000)
Famous birthdays on November 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Dutch poet "Through the Night"
Frisian literary (Fioele & faem; Smearlappen).
French Catholic priest who was Bishop of Troyes between 1967 and 1992.
NYC, New York -- Actor (77 Sunset Strip. FBI, Scruples).
Jr. American actor (d. 2014.)
French publisher and editor, A%0ditions Robert Laffont was founded in 1941 by a French businessman. A%0ditions Robert Lefont has been a leading publishing house in the French-speaking region.
Bath, England -- Actor (Village of Damned Question 7)
American musicologist and author (d.2013)
American blues guitarist, who dies at 81 years old (born 1915).
Canadian-American chemist, academic Nobel Prize laureate (d.2005)
Blues singer / guitarist
NYC, New York -- US Ambassador (Spain)
Knoxville, Tennessee -- Blues guitarist
French politician, most well-known for being Mayor of Limoges between 1956 and 1990.
Moscow, Idaho -- One Minute Please TV Host
Estonian flute player and teacher (d. 1966).
Fort Scott, Kansas -- Film director / author (Learning Tree)
Dutch oboist (Residence Orchestra).
Belgium sport Champion
Mexican-American actor and singer (d. 1953).
Monaco -- Trap Shooter - Disqualified from Drugs in the 76 Olympics
Famous birthdays on November 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
American singer-guitarist (Memphis Jug Band), (d. 1967).
French-American educator and author. He is a national speaker and the intellectual that William Safire quotes. Horton wrote, "He's a precious man. He is erudite. Urbane. Witty. A fascinating speaker. And a conversationalist."
American psychic healer, who accepts no money as a Baltimore minister. She was taken seriously by scientific circles and had spoken at universities and before science groups across the U.S. She is the author three biographies: "The Gift Of Healing", "Explore your Psychic World" or "Your Power to Heal."
American playwright and author (d. 1977).
Mexican politician and writer. Henestrosa, in addition to his poetry and prose, was elected to the federal legislative, where he served three terms in the Chamber of Deputies and as a senator representing the state of Oaxaca between 1982 and 1988.
Princess of Greece / Denmark / husband of English Prince George
Mexican poet, linguist, and politician (d.2008)
American detective fiction author (d. 1977).
French geographer who managed the Paris Institute of Geography from 1960-1970 and was Vice President of International Geographical Union (1968-1980).
American painter and educator (d. 80).
French fashion designer, known as Alix Barton and later as Madame Grès. She re-launched her design house under the name Grès in Paris in 1942. Prior to this, she worked as "Alix" or "Alix Grès" during the 1930s.
Prince of the Two Sicilies. Duke of Calabria was among two claimants to the title as head of House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies. He held this title from 1960 to his death in 1964. Alfonso was the child of Prince Carlos of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (1870aEUR”1949) and Mercedes, Princess of Asturias (1880aEUR”1904).
Flemish literature / art historian