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

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2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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


1979 - 1970

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

  • French writer who, in 2004's book "Pour l'amour de Jacques", revealed that she was the daughter of Jacques Anquetil, a famous cyclist, and Annie Anquetil, his step-daughter.

  • Christina Cox

    Canadian actress and stuntwoman

  • American singer and guitarist (2wo Loser, Red Square Black).

  • NFL quarterback (Washington Redskins).

  • American guitarist


1969 - 1960

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

  • Former UAE cricketer

  • Welsh producer and director

  • Redlands, California -- PGA golfer (1994 Canon-3rd)

  • American quarterback, professional football player, and athlete. Although Ware was a college football player, he won the Heisman Trophy in 1989. However, his professional career didn't take off. From 1990-1993, he played for the Detroit Lions only four times.

  • French matador. LorA(c), although he was very promising in France, never became a Torero success in Spain (the goal for many French matadors).

  • Dean Cain

    American actor

  • Public Servant

  • Japanese animator and director

  • Torphins, Scotland -- Golfer (Aberdeenshire champ 1989)

  • NBA Guard (Cleveland Cavaliers and Dallas Mavericks).

  • British author of the critically acclaimed series of Harry Potter books. Rowlings's first book, a 1997 novel about a schoolboy wizard aged 11, was a huge success in three years. Her first three books, which have sold over 30 million copies, have been translated into 31 different languages. She is now a well-respected author with a net worth of more …

  • Young Adult Author

  • American professional wrestler

  • American actor

  • Scottish journalist, newsreader and proof-reader. Bird began performing in nightclubs at the age of 11. Bird began performing in nightclubs at the age of 11. She became a journalist for a tabloid before moving into TV as a respected professional TV presenter and reporter.

  • A Torino Team member, an Italian soccer player

  • American professional football player

  • Dallas, Texas -- Playmate (May, 1982)

  • He was a French Olympian and noted skater who performed in the Albertville winter Olympics with Isabelle as a ice dancer, winning the Silver Medal.

  • American businessman and writer; the son of Henry Kissinger. He started his career as a freelance writer, and eventually became vice president of DisneyaEUR(tm's television network division.

  • LPGA golfer

  • Malaysian pilot, who was the capitan for flight MH370.

  • NFL guard (Minn Vikings)

  • American homicide following a history of violence. He was convicted on 5/28/1981 of assault and sentenced to three years imprisonment. He was released on 7/19/1983. He was arrested two months after being released from prison and brought before a judge for the stabbing and knife-slashing of a young girl to death. He had taken two 17-year-old hitchhiking girls with him …

  • American homicide: a young woman went insane on October 30, 1985 at 3:30 pm. In Delaware County's Springfield Mall, she entered and killed nine people in a 15 minute killing spree. Two of them were killed and seven were wounded before she was arrested. At the age of 15, she was diagnosed as schizophrenic. She has had a history of …

  • Scottish singer and songwriter (Josef K, Orange Juice).

  • Petrolia, Ontario -- NHL center (Washington Capitals)

  • Czechoslovakia -- Tennis star

1959 - 1950

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

  • American professional baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher and played in the American League for two seasons and the National League 12 years.

  • Author, editor, and fashion journalist from Britain-Australia.

  • Singapore -- Australasia golfer

  • American guitarist, pianist and songwriter

  • British journalist and political commentator

  • Entrepreneur

  • American musician and long-time R.E.M. drummer (Rapid Eye Movement), which was undoubtedly the most influential and important American rock band of post-punk. In 1980, the group was formed in Athens GA. For their concert debut, he joined Mike Mills, Peter Buck, and Michael Stipe on April 5, 1980. Their first single was released the next year and quickly rose in …

  • American Astrologer and Host of the Website, "Chiron Transpersonal Astrology."

  • Canadian fashion designer with international recognition. The Globe and Mail cited Baday as Canada's foremost womenswear designer. She graduated from Ryerson Polytechnical Univ. in 1979. Her many awards include the City of Toronto Designer of The Year (1992) and 1996; Vidal Sassoon International Buyers Designer of The Year Award (1996); 1998 Fashion Group International "Night of Stars” honoree.

  • American actor

  • English singer-songwriter/guitarist (Bauhaus Love, Rockets and Tones On Tail).

  • American socioologist and academic.

  • Ernie Dingo

    An actor and comedian from Australia, he is a comic and actor of Aboriginal origin. He has a remarkable career that spans television and film.

  • Michael Biehn

    American screenwriter and producer of actor directors

  • French writer, politician, and ex-member of the European Parliament For Ile-de-France with the Mouvement pour la France. He is also a member of the Bureau of the Independence and Democracy and the European Parliament's Committee on Foreign Affairs.

  • American politician and lawyer, Governor of Massachusetts since January 2007.

  • Director of HVV (the Humanistic Organization in Belgium). Jacinta is a former senator (green party) as well as a teacher of French. She was a senator and worked with Etienne Vermeersch, among others, on cases such as poverty. Divorced, she is the mother of two adopted children.

  • Australian tennis champion became an international star when she defeated Margaret Court to win the Women's single title at Wimbledon. She was the fifth-youngest winner in history. In 1980, she beat Chris Evert Lloyd to win Wimbledon for the second time. She is the only Australian of aboriginal descent to be a world-famous tennis player. Her movement on the courts …

  • French senior official, member of the Court of Auditors and CEO of AP-HP, director of ENA

  • Actor (Marco Dane- General Hospital One Life to Live).

  • Australian tennis player

  • German footballer


1949 - 1940

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

  • English politician and journalist

  • Politician

  • Voice Actor

  • Peruvian poet and literary critic. He attended the Sacred Heart College Recoleta, and then he joined the Faculty of Arts of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. From there he received a Bachelor of Arts as well as a Doctor of Literature. Senior lecturer in literature at Catholic University. Since 1975, he has been El Comercio's literary critic. He stands …

  • American politician and Governor of Massachusetts, after George Dukakis. He finally balanced the budget without increasing taxes. He cut Medicaid and welfare benefits, and was less generous with Emergency Aid claims for the elderly and children. His cuts weren't popular.

  • Gary Lewis

    American singer (& the Playboys).

  • (Gov-R-Massachusetts)

  • Composer

  • Geraldine Chaplin

    American actress, first of eight children of comedian-legend Charlie Chaplin, Oona OaEUR (tm),Neill and his wife, Oona OaEUR (tm), the granddaughter of Eugene OaEUR (tm),Neill. In 1965, she played the role of Dr. Zhivago's wife. She also met Carlos Saura, the director, and they had a son together that same year. One of her many roles was to portray her …

  • British journalist and TV presenter

  • Congolese-Irish politician and scholar

  • Illinois, USA; actress (The China Syndrome and Black Rain).


1939 - 1930

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

  • American actress and director

  • France Nuyen

    Former model for French-Chinese and Hollywood actress. In 1958 she was the star of Broadway's "The World of Suzie Wong". She also starred in "South Pacific", and appeared on TV as a "St. Elsewhere" 1968-1988.

  • American radio newscaster since 1967. He was a narcoleptic from the age of 12 and slept for up to 18 hours per night during college. He was prescribed Dexedrine by his doctor and gradually stopped taking it after 1975.

  • American musician and guitarist who was a member of Gary Lewis and The Playboys. In 1964, he joined Gary Lewis, his Pasadena neighbor and the son of comedian Jerry Lewis to form a band. They played at local parties as well as Disneyland with Dave Costello and Al Ramsey. They signed with Liberty Records in 1965 and had seven consecutive …

  • English conductor and pianist

  • German singer who is best known for his Russian folk songs. He also performed light classics, opera and folk songs from other countries. His charisma and gusto were his trademark. His career included over 6,000 concerts, including a seven-day, two-year stint at the French Opera, where he sang, along with other greats like Fiddler on The Roof. Rebroff performed 12 …

  • American guitarist and singer-songwriter

  • American tennis player and coach


1929 - 1920

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

  • Don Murray

    American actor. Tall and powerful, he is a strong and tall lead on screen and stage. He was nominated for an Oscar for his 1956 film "Bus Stop". He also directed "The Bachelor Party", 1957, "The Hoodlum Priest", 1961 and "A Hatful Of Rain," 1957. His TV series "The Outcasts" was 1968-1969. Murray made his Broadway debut with "The Rose …

  • Canadian film director and screenwriter (Born 1928).

  • British author

  • Italian journalist

  • American modernist architect. He is believed to be Mies Van der Rohe's right-hand man. His famed employer, Mies Van Der Rohe, was his assistant in the design of the Seagram Building on Park Avenue in Manhattan. In private practice, he later designed the McCormick Place convention centre in Chicago, Illinois.

  • Scottish screenwriter. He is best known for The Omega Factor (1979), The Regiment (722) and Aberdeen by Seaside and Deeside (70). He was buried in Glasgow on 29/04/2012.

  • American politician and lieutenant (d. 2014).

  • American abortionist became a pro-life activist (Born in 1926)

  • American philosopher and mathematician, computer scientist and mathematician

  • Atlantic Records was founded by a Turkish-American producer and songwriter (d. 2006).

  • American engineer and chemist Kevlar was invented (d. 2014).

  • American tennis coach and father to Chris Evert

  • (assemblywoman-California)

  • American baseball manager and player (d. 2007).

  • Schofield Barr Military man

  • Italian ecclesiastic and Roman Catholic Cardinal since February 1998. Antonetti was ordained priest on May 26, 1945. He was assigned to the Novara diocese. He studied in Rome from 1947 to 1951 and was appointed Secretary of State at Vatican in 1951. In 1968, he was promoted to the rank of Bishop. During most of the 1970s and 1980s, he …


1919 - 1910

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

  • Italian essayist, poet, scientist and novelist. His imprisonment in Auschwitz concentration camp, 1944-1945, influenced his writings. He was born into a Jewish family and worked as a Milan-based research chemist. The German invasion of North Italy in 1943 prompted him to join an anti-fascist organization. Levi was deported after being captured. He didn't return to his job as an industrial …

  • Toulouse Writer

  • chemist/writer (Survival in Aushchwitz) (dies 1987).

  • Indian cricketer

  • American composer and bandleader of piano (d. 2010).

  • Renaud Mary
  • Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry, American chemist

  • New Zealand financier and businessman

  • Sydney Tafler

    London, England -- Actor ("Too Many Crooks")

  • Norwegian mathematician, information scientist, also known as the "father of computer information" in Norway. He emigrated to America in 1967 and continued his work in California, New Mexico and elsewhere.

  • Pakistani journalist, writer and activist (Born 1916).

  • American baseball player, coach, official (Born 1916).

  • Italian artist who used a variety of media from clay to sculpture to abstract painting.

  • Puerto Rican labor organizer, political activist, journalist, novelist and short-story writer.

  • French cinematographer, who started as an editor and sound recordist before becoming a director of short films. He was a French Air Force cameraman during WW II. He also produced commercial and industrial films. He directed over 31 films in the U.S., including 12 in the U.K., and four in the U.K. He was a favourite of French New Wave …

  • Academic

  • Louis de Funès

    French screenwriter and actor (d. 1983).

  • French army engineer officer who was a leader in the French Resistance during WWII and then a civil engineer following the war.

  • Josette Day

    French actress best known for her role as Belle in Jean Marais' 1946 film "La Belle et la BAate", ("Beauty and the Beast")

  • Courbevoie (France) -- Actor (I Tartassati and Fantomas).

  • American actress who, at 77 years old, held the title role in "Don’t Tell Mom, the Babysitter’s Dead" 1991. Since age 16, she was an actress. She also had a Broadway role. She continued to work throughout her life.

  • Belgian architect and monumental sculpturer.

  • Canadian ice hockey player (Born 1913).

  • Milton Friedman

    American statistician, economist, and writer, who taught at the University of Chicago over three decades. He was the recipient of the 1976 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. His research interests included consumption analysis, monetary history, theory, and the complexity and effectiveness of stabilization policies. He was a pioneer of the Chicago School of Economics and had a profound impact …

  • Chicago, Illinois -- TV host (Tonight! America After Dark)

  • Australian cricketer (Born 1912).

  • American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher for the Philadelphia Athletics (1930), and St. Louis Browns (36, 1938).

1909 - 1900

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

  • German Nazi UntersturmfA 1/4 hrer, Second Lieutenant in the Waffen SS during World War II. The Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross was presented to him, which was an award that recognized Nazi Germany's exceptional battlefield bravery and successful military leadership during World War II. He died 20 November 2001, aged 93, Munich, Germany.

  • German soldier, a member the Waffen SS during WWII. His bravery in battle and service were recognized with numerous honors. He was buried on March 7, 1990.

  • American ballet dancer, choreographer, and teacher. He was a dancer with the Chicago Civic Ballet, Page-Stone Ballet, and the Federal Theatre. He also choreographed occasionally.

  • Australian-English soldier and cricketer (d. 1989).

  • A French primitive painter who painted full-time after 1942. His first paintings were displayed in 1944 and exhibited with a childlike quality that was reminiscent of Klee. He used more expressive surfaces in the late '40s, using asphalt, glue and plaster applied thickly, and then kneaded to create a paste effect. He shapes the earth colors into lava-like flows using …

  • French painter/sculptor (Landscape with 2 Personages).

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