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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on December 31st

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on December 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on December 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

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  • American twins were born just one minute apart in 2000. Julie Wellman's C-section was due to take place on December 31st. Her husband requested that doctors wait until midnight so she could have her baby. Jacob was born on December 31st at 11:59 pm and Jordan at 01:01 am January 1st.

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1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on December 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • French notable family, son of actor Yves Montand with his companion Carole Amiel. Valentin was born to a father and mother who were both 67 years old at the time. His mother Carole was 28 years old. He has one half-sister.

  • French notable family, unwed parents; son actor Yves Montand and his companion Carole Amiel.

  • Fremch gymnast, Olympian, she won the gold medal at the 2004 Games in Athens for her performance on the uneven bars.

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  • Australian rules football player. He was a player for the Oakleigh Chargers and Port Melbourne clubs.

  • The Bali terrorist bombing was Australia's worst peacetime disaster. It claimed the lives of more than 3,000 people. McKeon was killed along with her mother, while her sister and father survived the blast at Bali on 10/12/2002 at 11:10pm AWST (8he). Data based on newspaper reports.

  • Hungarian footballer


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on December 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • Joey McIntyre

    American musician, most famous for being the cupid-faced child of "New Kids On The Block". By the age of 12, he was already playing in dives. He, Jon Knight, Jordan Knight, Wood, and Wahlberg became the most popular pop-culture icon since the Beatles. They dominated the music video market and outsold Madonna as well as Michael Jackson. Two books have …

  • French association football goalkeeper. He played for Saint-A%0tienne and Lyon, AtlA (c)tico Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain, and was a representative of France.

  • American singer (New Kids on the Block).

  • running back (Jacksonville Jaguars).

  • Defensive end (Washington Redskins).


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on December 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Brazilian Fossil Watches representative and minor actor. He is handsome and a former lover to Xuxa. He also fathered her baby Sasha. As a gift for his baby, he gave him a small Star of David.

  • Dominican-American academic and author

  • Canadian screenwriter and comedian

  • American musician. He is best known for being the guitarist, lyricist and backing vocalist of the thrash metal band Anthrax. Ian is the guitarist of the crossover thrash group Stormtroopers of Death. He hosted "The Rock Show" on VH1 as well as appearing on VH1's "I Love the ...' series and the TV series "Supergroup". Ian is the rhythm guitarist …

  • NFL tackle (Washington Redskins).

  • Politician

  • Italian stage, television, and film actress, was born to a Piemontese family, but spent most of her childhood in the United States.

  • American-born JapaneseaEUR”Samoan ex-sumo wrestler.

  • American convicted spree killer (Born in 1960)

  • in Australia; tennis star.

  • English football player and manager

  • American terrorist suspect, John Allen Muhammad (aka John Allen Williams, aka John Allen Muhammad). The arrest of an Army veteran and a teenage who were asleep at a roadside stop culminated in one of America's most remarkable manhunts, 10/24/2002. The trio are accused of a three-week-long, bloody spree that left 10 people dead and many states in fear. Williams was …

1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on December 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Val Kilmer

    American actor, writer and musician. He played Jim Morrison in Oliver Stone’s 1991 production of "The Doors".

  • American journalist sells freelance to magazines.

  • American singer, guitarist, and songwriter. He was the founding member of The Replacements (an influential post-punk group of 1980s). After the band's 1991 dissolution, he began his solo career under his own name as well as "Grandpaboy".

  • Filipino actor (d. 1981)

  • American politician and lawyer Kansas Attorney General

  • Bebe Neuwirth

    American singer, actress, and dancer. She is best known for her role as Dr. Lilith Sternin's wife, Dr. Frasier crane, on the television sitcom "Cheers", in a starring role, and "Frasier", in a recurring guest position. She won two Emmy Awards for the role. She is best known on stage for her Tony Award-winning roles as Nickie (1986), in "Sweet …

  • French Magistrate, noted family, adopted daughter of a psychiatrist mother and a doctor father. She married Eric Halphen 7/07/1984, and was divorced 10/23/1995.

  • Italian motorcyclist (Born 1957).

  • Australian astrologer, software designer, and co-director of "Esoteric Technology", with Stephanie Johnson. He moved to Switzerland as a child with his family and finished his education at an international school. His B.S. He earned his B.S. Before he became a full-time astrologist, he worked as a software consultant for large corporations in Australia and the U.K. He graduated from Harvard …

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  • American notable family, daughter of Chicago Mayor Margaret Jane Byrne, and her husband William Patrick Byrne. When she was just 18 months old, her dad died. She was an only child and was raised in a family that was dominated by politics. Her mom was a strong role model. Byrne studied political science at school, and then took a job …

  • American transgender (M2F), Christian woman who wrote a monthly column for Kansas LGBT newspaper Liberty Press, since April 2008.

  • American baseball player and team manager, a right-throwing/left-hitting outfielder who played for the Chicago Cubs (1980aEUR"1981) and Yokohama Taiyo Whales (1983aEUR"1984), and has served as manager for the Los Angeles Dodgers (2001aEUR"2005), Pittsburgh Pirates (2006aEUR"2007), and Colorado Rockies (2009aEUR"2012).

  • French rugby player, nicknamed aEUR~aEUR(tm)Casque daEUR(tm)Or,aEUR(tm)aEUR(tm) without a doubt the most popular star of FranceaEUR(tm)s XV team.

  • American actress (d. 2014.)

  • New Zealand academic and mathematician


1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on December 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • American singer, who started her career singing in a variety of Boston rock bands. She was rejected for a Broadway role in "Hair" and was instead offered the lead in the Munich production in 1968. In 1971, she moved to Vienna and met and married Helomut Sommer, an Austrian actor. In 1973, she starred in the German production of "Godspell", …

  • Joe Dallesandro

    American actor, model, and 'Warhol star.' Dallesandro was also a popular actor, model and 'Warhol superstar'. He was also a mobster Lucky Luciano's character in "The Cotton Club" (1984). Dallesandro is widely considered to be the most prominent male sex icon of American underground movies of the 20th Century as well as a symbol of gay subculture.

  • American actor and Warhol star. Although Dallesandro never made it big in mainstream films, he is widely considered to be the most prominent male sex symbol for American underground cinemas of the 20th Century, and a symbol of gay subculture.

  • Florida, USA; actor (Heat, Trash, AW Frankenstein).

  • Tim Matheson

    American actor, TV and film star. He is also the co-star in "The Quest" TV series. He was also a guest star on TV shows like "Leave It To Beaver," My Three Sons, and "The Twilight Zone." The Groundlings, Los Angeles' most successful comedy troupe, was founded by him. At the age of 12, he made his acting debut and …

  • Burton Cummings

    Canadian singer, star of "Melanie" and award-winning pop-rock artist. Multi-instrumentalist on piano, flute, organ and violin, he was a founding member of the group "The Guess Who."

  • French singer. He is the son of poet AndrA(c]e Chedid and biologist Louis Sellim. After listening to Bellafonte's music and Brassens at the home of his parents, he began to enjoy Django Reinhardt's music. He was a "petit-chanteur A La Croix de Bois" during his childhood.

  • Musician

  • French radio-TV presenter, author, and pedopsychiatrist.

  • Taylor Hackford

    American film producer, director, and husband to Helen Mirren.

  • English-American voice actor

  • John Denver

    American folk singer, recording artist and club performer. He was the U.S.'s top-selling male recording artist between 1974 and 1975.

  • Ben Kingsley

    An English actor. He has won numerous awards over his 40-year career, including an Oscar, Grammy and BAFTA. Two Golden Globes, as well as Screen Actors Guild awards. He is best known for his role as Mohandas Gandhi, the star of the 1982 film Gandhi. For this, he was awarded the Academy Award for Best Actor. His performances in films …

  • English bass player (The Kinks), (d. 2010).

  • American writer and the most well-known American auto analyst. She has appeared on television many times and is currently writing a book about General Motors Corporation.

  • The most successful soccer player in Scotland during the 1990s. Ferguson led Manchester United to six Premiership title titles in eight seasons, and was knighted because of his superior sportsmanship.

  • Sarah Miles

    British actress, first recognized in U.S. film "Ryan's Daughter" and "The Servant".

  • Scottish football manager

  • English actor


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on December 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • US Long Jumper (1956 Olympics, Silver Medalist - Appeared in 5 Olympics).

  • Rosalind Cash

    American actress and leading lady of the 1970s on TV, film, and stage. Despite her refusal to play stereotyped black roles, her career was successful. Cash received an Emmy nomination for her work on the Public Broadcasting Service production "Go Tell it on the Mountain." In 1992, she was inducted into The Black Filmmaker Hall Of Fame.

  • Dutch graphic artist

  • American journalist and CEO at Gannet, a media company. Curley holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, an English degree and an MS Journalism. He is an avid runner who keeps him in good shape.

  • Holland, Netherlands -- Speed skater (world champ)

  • New Jersey, USA, actress (Omega Man Wrong is Right).

  • Anthony Hopkins

    Welch is an actor from England who is an exceptional international player in TV and films. He started his career as an assistant stage manager in Manchester in England. In 1955, he made his first appearance on stage. He was so drunk that he could not even walk on stage after a decade. He was drinking so much that he …

  • Hungarian-born Israeli biochemist, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry 2004 with Aaron J. Ciechanover (Irwin Rose) for discovering the mechanism that allows cells to remove unwanted proteins.

  • American professional astrologer, author and international lecturer. He is also a publisher and editor. Tyl was awarded the Regulus Award for Professional Image in 1998, which recognizes astrology's work in business and the public. In 16 countries, he is a respected lecturer in nearly every major American city and Europe. He is also the director-principal of MilleyDome/ Johannesburg and the …

  • American musician. He is a composer and arranger of TV and film scores. Before he decided to pursue film work, he was a teacher at Hollywood High School. His credits include "Running Brave" and the running scores of three TV shows.

  • American poet, painter, and novelist. He started Coercion Review, a literary magazine that featured poets such as Henry Miller and Kenneth Patchen in his twenties. He left the Midwest in 1966 after a stint with the Air Force and two marriages, three children, and two divorces. His first novel, All Night Visitors (1969), followed by Swallow the Lake (1970) and …

  • American football coach at Kent State University, and at the University of Washington. He has one of the best winning records in college football.

  • German doctor, second wife to the German President of The Federal RepublicWalter Scheel, and founder of German Cancer Aid. She was the First Lady (1974aEUR")1979. She immediately set up this non-profit organization to combat all types of cancer. She was a social entrepreneur and became a well-known figure in Germany after World War II.

  • German journalist and author (d. 1992).

  • French pharmacist and administrative manager at St. Lipha. He was involved in the Furiani/Bastia case. He was a former soccer player and trainer. He was vice-president for the 1981-'84 team and president of FFF (French Football Federation 1985-'94). He was convicted of manslaughter on 6/01/1992, and involuntary injury. Later, the conviction was overturned.

  • French Field and Track champions, winner of the Rome 5,000 m. race and Tokyo 1,500 m. race in 1964.

  • American football coach and player (d. 2015).

  • United Kingdom -- Sci-fi author (Orbitsville, Ragged Astronauts, Vertigo)

  • American singer known for vocal power and clarity with a rich intensity of style. She moved to Los Angeles with her family at age six and grew up singing in school glee clubs. Her training continued at the Los Angeles Community College.

  • Bolivian-born American teacher at Garfield High School (Born 1930).

  • American agricultural engineer, CEO of IMC Fertilizer. It is the largest global producer of phosphate rocks and potash. The company has expanded its operations to purchase energy resources from Chevron in Gulf of Mexico. It has also discovered oil and gas while extracting sulphur. Turner graduated from Texas A & M and has a BS in Agricultural Engineering. He enjoys …

  • Birmingham -- Folk singer / actress

  • Alabama, USA: Folk singer/actress (Sanctuary).

1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on December 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • United States -- Platform/springboard diver (1948 Olympics-Gold Medalist)

  • Taylor Mead

    American actor, writer and performer. Mead was a part of several Andy Warhol's Underground Films filmed at Warhol’s Factory.

  • American basketball player. He played one season of pro basketball from 1946 to 47. He died 11/19/1958, age 34.

  • Greek screenwriter and actor (d.2010)

  • American basketball player, he was a Boston pro basketball player in the 1946-47 season.

  • British occultist and astrologer, who is also a prolific author of books that are based on the Alice Bailey teachings. He was born in South Africa and graduated in the arts. In 1964, he returned to England to study medicine at Sheffield University. He taught child psychology in London's East End schools for ten years.

  • American scientist, geophysicist, and consultant to the government. He earned his Ph.D. in 1953 and taught at the University of Nevada. He was the author of "Faults and earthquake Magnitude," 1962. He also worked as a consultant in geology for the U.S. government.

  • Polish pianist and educator (d. 2001).

  • Wilcox, Arizona -- Cowboy singer (Dr Baxter-Frontier Doctor)

  • Pennsylvania, USA; actress (Claudie – The Story of a Marriage).

  • American actor, singer, and songwriter known as the Arizona Cowboy.

  • Italy Actor

  • American heir to Tovrea family fortune. His father was Philip Edward Tovrea. He was the son of Edward Ambrose Tovrea. Edward Arthur Tovrea was his brother.

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on December 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • First Hispanic woman to serve in the U.S. Women's Army Corps, where she was an interpreter and held various administrative positions.

  • American baseball coach and politician (d.2007)

  • American actor (d.2000)

  • American actress and dancer (d.2009)

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  • American baseball player. He was a right-handed catcher with the Cincinnati Reds and Philadelphia Phillies between 1942 and 1949 and the Boston Braves and the Detroit Tigers in 1955.

  • Costa Rican lawyer, sculptor, farmer, and bank manager. He was one the most prominent sculptors in Costa Rica during the sixties. As a 40-year-old man, he devoted his life to sculpture. In 1957, he began his sculpture studies with Harvey Fite (American sculptor). He began his career sculpting animals in the 1930s sculptural tradition. He entered the national arts world …

  • Suzy Delair

    Henri-Georges Clouzot, a French actress and singer, was her companion.

  • English mountaineer and author (d.62)

  • American filmmaker, producer, and director. His career began as a stuntman. He was then connected to Howard Hughes, who became his film editor. He went on to produce and was involved in the production of episodes of popular TV shows like "Ozzie and Harriet," and "The Mary Tyler Moore Show." His screenplays were used in the 1950 movie "Armored Car …

  • She was an American singer and actress. On November 17, 1939, she made her first stage appearance.

  • Paris, France -- Actress ("Utopia, White Paws")

  • American poet and journalist (d. 1996).

  • British para commander (d. 1993)

  • Sir Patrick Dunn, a Royal Air Force officer, was Air Officer Commanding in-Chief for Flying Training Command. Dunn was a member of the Royal Air Force in 1933. As Officer Commanding No. 80 Squadron, Commanding Officer No. 274 Squadron, then a Station Commander at RAF Amriya. He was a fighter pilot and won nine combat victories. He also received the …

  • English Lieutenant-Colonel (operation Market Garden 444), dies at the age of 80.

  • French Hellenist historian, who specializes in ancient Greece and its relations to the East.


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on December 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • American trumpet player and Saxophonist (d.2000)

  • American astrologer, who joined AFA 11/1971. Caudle, age 67, died July 28, 1977, in Ft. Lauderdale.

  • Ukranian Nazi hunter, who became a professional at tracking down around 1,100 war criminals starting in 1945. He was kept in a concentration camp for four years and had his mother and kin "exterminated." Eichmann was his most famous capture in 1960. His autobiography was written in 1967, and again in 1990.

  • Hungary -- Foils (1932 Olympics-Bronze Medalist)

  • (Socialist) French premier (1956-57).

  • England, United Kingdom -- Songwriter/composer (1954 Academy Award; 1968 Tony)

  • American astronomer (d. 2002).

  • French socialist politician. He was the leader of the French Section Workers' International (SFIO), and Prime Minister in 1956aEUR”1957.

  • French politician who represented the Radical Party at the National Assembly from 1946-1951 and 1956-1958. He died 20 February 1997.

  • French-Canadian composer and singer (Born 1902)

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