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

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2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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


1979 - 1970

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

  • Italian swimmer competed in the 2000 Olympic Games in Australia. He won the Gold Medal in 100m breaststroke. It was the first ever Italian swimmer to win at the Olympics in swimming, 9/17/2000, 18.35 AEST in Sydney. This Olympic record is 1:00.46

  • Driver of a race car in Australia

  • Japanese bass player songwriter and producer (Dir En Grey)

  • Alejandro Amenábar

    Chilean-Spanish screenwriter and director

  • Entrepreneur

  • American internet personality

  • Ewan McGregor

    Scottish actor who made his film debut in 1994. He played a small part in Bill Forsyth’s episodic "Being Human." McGregor was first noticed in 1994 when he played the role of Alex Law on "Shallow Grave." Then came "Trainspotting" and "The Pillow Book." McGregor also lost 30 pounds and had to shave his head in order to play the …

  • Hockey Player

  • American animator producer, screenwriter


1969 - 1960

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

  • French filmmaker and writer, Moix was born to a Jewish family. Podium was his first movie. It was inspired by Claude FranASSois, a French singer.

  • Mad Cobra
  • NBA forward (NY Knicks, Charlotte Hornets)

  • American basketball coach and player

  • Isabella Ferrari

    Italian actress in television, theatre, and cinema. Her most prominent role is that of Commissioner Giovanna Scalise, the protagonist in the police drama series "Distretto di Polizia (Police District)" and "Distretto di Polizia 2 (Police District 2), which aired on Canale 5 by Mediaset from 2000 to 2001. She won the Volpi Cup award in 1995 Venice Film Festival for …

  • Hong Kong actor and guitarist (Beyond).

  • American rapper of Run DMC, a group that is given credit for bringing hip-hop music to mass audiences in the 1980s. The group was the first rap act to be on the top 10 and was the first featured on MTV music channel. The group had its first hit, "It's Like That," in 1983. in 1985 "Raising Hell" became the …


1959 - 1950

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

  • Scottish guitarist, musician and member of the Bay City Rollers band. McGlynn joined the band in July 1977, replacing Ian Mitchell, one of the founding members of the original group. Only two hits were left before the band was defunct in 1978.

  • French politician and member of the National Assembly of France. She represents Paris and is a member the Socialiste radical, citoyen et diverse gauche.

  • New York, USA: actor (Rafe Garretson-One Life to Live).

  • New Hampshire, USA. Rower (Olympics 1996).

  • Scotland; rock guitarist (Bay City Rollers).

  • American family of fame, Pilar Palleta is the fifth child of John Wayne. She was raised in a safe environment.

  • French business leader in vaccine industry who is Executive Chairman of Biovision, an annual forum on future-oriented life sciences research.

  • A Scottish-Australian musician and rhythm guitarist for the rock band "AC/DC". Malcolm, his brother, is also a guitarist in the group. AC/DC made their debut in 1973 at Chequers club in Sydney, Australia. They recorded a group album in July 1973 and then disbanded soon after. The Young brothers relocated the group to Melbourne and recruited new members. In 1974, …

  • American politician and Massachusetts State Senator from South Boston. Lynch, a third-term Democrat, is looking at a bid for lieutenant governor in 2002. He became a congressman instead, succeeding Joseph Moakley, his mentor and long-time friend.

  • German professional media astrologer. He was based in Munich in the 1980s and 1990s. He was the publisher of the popular astrological magazines, Jupiter and Astro-venus. NoA(c) Astro TV made him well-known. Questico AG Berlin now owns his company and brand 'NoA (c) Astro'.

  • Latvian actress and director of choreography

  • England, United Kingdom -- Rock drummer ("Babys-Missing you")

  • Swedish model

  • Australian actress, model, and artist. She is best known for her haunting paintings that foreshadowed the impending death of her on 12 May 1984.

  • Puerto Rican performer/singer


1949 - 1940

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

  • American politician. He is a popular member of the Democratic Party. He is the son of a powerful U.S. senator. He is the only son of a powerful U.S. Senator, Albert Gore Sr. and Pauline LaFon Gore. Pauline LaFon Gore graduated from Vanderbilt Law School and worked as a helpmate for her husband. Al was a child of great social …

  • Rhea Perlman

    TV Actress

  • American singer, "Crawlin’ King Snake", 1993. Proud to be of her Native American heritage, she wore black hair long and straight with bright colors and sparkling jewels. She also spends a lot of time outside gardening and connecting with nature.

  • Christopher Walken

    American screenwriter, actor, and director. He has appeared in over 100 films and TV shows including The Deer Hunter and Annie Hall. Walken won the Academy Award for Best Supporting actor in 19 and has been nominated for many other awards.

  • American chess champion, He was a counselor for the Community Sex Information Center.

  • Swedish screenwriter and director

  • English costume designer

  • Queens, New York, USA; actor (Deer Hunter, Brainstorm).

  • American writer, artist, and curator.

  • American scientist and conservative talk-show host. His vitriolic rants on "The Savage Nation", as well as his conservative and controversial views, have earned him a large audience. According to him, he invented the phrase "Compassionate Conservatism", which George W. Bush used in his bid to win the White House in 2000. Savage believes the phrase means "with passion."

  • Swedish politician

  • American producer and guitarist (d. 2013).


1939 - 1930

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

  • German producer and director

  • American playwright with more than 50 plays that have been translated into more than thirty languages. According to reports, he is the most prolific American playwright in France. He is the author of "Lebensraum", "The Indian Wants The Brooklyn" and "Growing Up Jewish". His work has been recognized with two Obie Awards, an Emmy Award, a Drama Desk Award, and …

  • Georgian politician and anthropologist 1st President, 1993

  • German footballer

  • German film director

  • American trumpet player and bandleader of the seven-man group "Tijuana brass", who began trumpet lessons at the age of eight. The group was formed in 1962, and became popular with its South American rhythms during a time when rock was most in fashion.

  • California, USA; actor ("Dr Kildare").

  • American novelist (Born 1935).

  • Richard Chamberlain

    American actor, seen in TV and film. In the 1960s, he was the main character in "Dr. Kildare", a popular TV series. Chamberlain's films include: "Petulia," 1968, "Julius Caesar," 1969," "The Three Musketeers," 1972; "The Towering Inferno," 1975; and "The Last Wave," 1978. In the 1970s, Chamberlain was well-known for his prestigious stage roles that earned him fine reviews. The …

  • Shirley Jones

    American actress, singer and leader of Partridge Family Band. She was a star in "Oklahoma" (1955), "Carousel", 1956, "The Music Man" 1962, and "Elmer Gantry", 1960, for which she won an Oscar as Best Supporting Actress.

  • Simon van der Meer was an Italian nuclear physicist. He won the Nobel Prize for Physics 1984 with his partner Simon van der Meer. The discovery of the subatomic W particle and Z particles, which were both short-lived, was another step in the direction of proving the unification theory.

  • American singer-songwriter

  • Kyoto, Japan -- Director (Town of Love & Hope).

  • His works are modern abstracts and were created by an American artist and sculptor. He was an experimenter with plastics and created modern art using the material. His reputation as an artist was established in Los Angeles by 1957. He continued producing beautiful pieces until his passing. Kauffman started painting when he was 7. Kauffman began painting at age 7. …

  • Illinois, USA; writer (Sir Scoundrel, Great Women Reporters).

  • American author


1929 - 1920

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

  • Lee Patterson

    Vancouver, British Columbia -- Actor (Dave-Surfside Six, Another World)

  • American author and lawyer

  • Liz Claiborne Inc. was founded by Liz Claiborne, a Belgian-American fashion designer.

  • American lawyer

  • He was a French embroidery designer, and an heir to Maison Lesage's embroidery atelier. His father, Albert Lesage had purchased it from Albert Michonet in 1924. His embroidery work was well-known in Paris, France's high fashion houses. The business was managed by Lesage throughout the 20th century, when many traditional French embroidery houses had disappeared. The House worked with well-known …

  • American country music, honky-tonk singer and prolific songwriter in the 1950s. His relaxed singing style was a major influence on Roy Orbison, Merle Haggard and John Fogerty.

  • Gentilly Politician

  • French murder victim, Ludovic's father, killed his wife Nicole, his daughter Maryse, and grandson Jerome with an iron bar 12/20/1989. Marc found his son Ludovic having sex in 1979 with Maryse, his daughter. Ludovic was infatuated with his sister and enthralled by the idea of marrying her. Maryse, while he was serving in the Army, married in 1983 and had …

  • Hockey Player

  • American labor activist (Born 1927)

  • At the age of 66, a US farm worker (United Farm Workers) dies.

  • New York, USA. Actor (Dr Mark Craig – St Elsewhere 1776).

  • English educator and author (d. 2005).

  • Charlie Chaplin's son; actor (Adding Machine and Psycho Sisters).

  • British citizen who arrived in Australia in November 1964 to search for his stepson, who had already moved there. Norman found the boy and decided to stay. His mother had died on August 14, 1965. He returned to England to attend the funeral. He brought his only daughter and wife back to Australia in December 1965.

  • Businessman

  • American psychologist and author "Dr. Hug" and "Dr. Love", an American psychologist and author, is known for his loving care doctrine and ending his lectures with bear hugging. In 1963, he earned his Ph.D. and was a college professor, lecturer, and frequent TV guest on talk shows. His 1972 book "Love", was his first. It examined the phenomenon known as …

  • California, USA; "Dr Hug", psychologist (Love).

  • American film producer and director (d. 2002).

  • Richard Kiley

    American actor. He was a polished performer with many sides who alternated between musical and dramatic roles. He is best known for his role as the lead actor in "Man of La Mancha" and also appeared in "Blackboard Jungle" (1955).

  • Irish actor (Clockwork Orange King Lear, King Lear) dies at 58

  • North Ireland -- Actor (Clockwork Orange).

  • Costa Rican writer. Her narrative is rich and consistent. After completing her university studies, she went on to study philology and then continued with postgraduate studies in France. First at the University of Costa Rica, she then taught at the National University. The School of Literature and Language Sciences of which she was the co-founder and first director was also …

  • Casting director and American actress (d. 2011).


1919 - 1910

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

  • Anglo-American essayist/philanthropist, biological child of Hilda Doolittle, Imagist poet, and adopted daughter of Bryher, Doolittle's longtime female friend.

  • Choisy le Roi EXecutives

  • American football player (d. 1993).

  • Dir (Peacemaker under the Planet of the Apes).

  • American voice actress (d.2012)

  • American judge and lawyer from Texas. Charles Harrelson, father of actor Woody Harrelson, assassinated Wood outside his San Antonio home on 29 May 1979. Wood's assassination was the first federal judge murder in the 20th century.

  • Jr., American jurist (d. 1978)

  • Mexican writer, poet, and diplomat. He is widely recognized as one the most important Latin American writers of 20th century. In 1990, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.

  • Spanish pedagogy, teacher, and socialist polictican.


1909 - 1900

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

  • French right-wing journalist and intellectual who was the literary criticism of the journal "Action FranASSoise" as well as editor-in-chief at "Je Suis Partout" from 1938-1941. After the liberation, he was taken into custody for his active collaboration with the Nazis. He refused de Gaulle's offer to clemency and was sentenced to death by the French courts.

  • Dutch Member of Parliament (GVP),/editor (Netherlands Daily).

  • American vibraphone composer and player (d. 1999).

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