List of celebrities and famous people who were born on May 31st
Famous birthdays on May 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102013
Famous birthdays on May 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002000
Famous birthdays on May 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901998
World Music Singer
Finnish tennis player
Portuguese tennis player
American singer, rapper, and songwriter. Banks was born in Harlem, New York City. She studied at LaGuardia High School of Performing Arts, before deciding to concentrate on her musical career. She adopted the pseudonym Miss Bank$ in late 2008 and began releasing music via MySpace. At age 17, she was signed to XL Recordings. Banks was signed to a recording …
Jean Kasam and Casey Kasam's Daughter
Famous birthdays on May 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
South Korean blogger and model painter (d. 2009).
American producer and songwriter (Animals As Leaders The Faceless, Animosity).
Greek basketball player
American basketball player
New Zealand footballer
American singer and model
English television presenter
American actor in television and film. His roles include The Virgin Suicides (1999), The Texas Chainsaw Massacre ((2003), Hostage (2006), In the Valley of Elah (2008), and The Ruins (2008). He also appeared in Parenthood (2011aEUR") and The Black Donnellys (2007). He co-stars with Frank Grillo in DirecTV's drama series Kingdom as of October 2014.
American baseball player.
American electro-house and progressive DJ/music producer. He is best known for his tracks "The Longest Road", Fight for You, and "In The Air". Page has been nominated for two Grammy Awards. He was also nominated as a personal nominee for best remix with Nadia Ali. In 2009, his song was nominated in the best remix category (The Longest Road aEUR …
American musician Fall Out Boy
Australian sportscaster and footballer
Japanese TV personality and model
Famous birthdays on May 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Russian hammer thrower
Danish politician and shot putter
British television presenter
English TV presenter
Czech ice hockey player
Canadian baseball player
Canadian ice hockey player
English radio and television host
Czech ice hockey player
American singer-songwriter and player of the trumpet (Reel Big Fish, The Littlest Man Band, The Scholars and Nuckle Brothers).
Volleyball player from Greece, Bulgarian born
He was an Irish actor who got his breakthrough role in 1998 when he was cast as iin Ballykissangel on BBC TV. In 1998, he made his acting debut as Danny Bryne. He played the role of Private Roland Bozz, Tigerland's private, and was filmed with Bruce Willis in Hart's War in 2000.
American basketball player and sportscaster
American tennis player
Chilean television host and model Miss World Chile 1995
French cross-country skier and noncommissioned officer. He has been competing since 1998. He was fourth in the 50-km event at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin.
New South Wales, Australia; diver (Olympics-1996).
Hungarian light heavyweight boxer
Massachusetts, USA; NHL goalie (Washington Capitals).
American hockey player. He was a goalie with the Washington Capitals, Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues from 1994 to 1999.
American comedian, actor, and writer
American illustrator and author
Shadow Secretary of State for Education, English politician and historian
Turkish producer and singer-songwriter
Belgium tennis player, who placed 33rd through 64th in the women's singles at the Atlanta Olympics. She also placed 41st at the World championships.
NFL defensive back (Green Bay Packers - Super Bowl 31)
English martial artist and coach
South African hammer thrower
Italian singer singing in a trio with her three siblings, Antonella Giovanni, Mirium and Mirium, "Guidelli Cantanti."
Actress and model from Australia, English
Norwegian cross-country skier
safety (Washington Redskins).
Connecticut, USA; diver (Olympics 1996).
American shot putter and discus thrower
Irish-American screenwriter and nightclub owner
American baseball coach and player
Finnish coach and footballer
German soprano and actress
Australia's badminton player (Olympics 1996).
Canadian Football League back in action (Winnipeg Blue Bombers).
Guard for the Canadian Football League (British Columbia Lions).
Famous birthdays on May 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
French rapist nicknamed "The Rapist of the Red Cross", which is a square where he committed multiple crimes in 1988, before being arrested.
American smooth jazz saxophonist
South Australia's field hockey player (Olympics 1996).
American basketball player: Heat, center
Irish journalist and author
French actress who has appeared in more than 40 Hollywood and French films. In 2007, she directed "Elle s'appelle Sabine" (Her Name is Sabine).
New Zealand TV personality
American baseball player coach, sportscaster
Canadian-Mexican wrestler and sportscaster
Illinois, USA; outfielder (Cleveland Indians).
Canadian-American actor and comedian
American singer and model actor
Referee and cricketer from Sri Lanka
California, USA; Canadian rower (Olympics 1996).
American actress and model. Her films include "Communion," 1977; "The Blue Lagoon," 1980; "Brenda Starr," 1988; and "Backstreet Dreams," 1991. She made her Broadway debut in 1994 with "Grease".
Nevada, USA; 1500/3000 runner.
Greek basketball player
New York, USA. Model/actress (Blue Lagoon and Suddenly Susan).
Japanese voice actress
He was a French track and field athlete and European champion in 110m hurdles. He also held the national record (previously Ladji DoucourA(c), and after Guy Drut). He was the coach of Arron after completing his career in 400m hurdles.
American rapper and producer (Run D.M.C.
Canadian businessman and lawyer
American singer and guitarist (Skid Row).
38th Prime Minister of Hungary for a Hungarian politician
Canadian actor and musician
American singer-songwriter and keyboard player (Wesley Willis Fiasco), (d. 2003).
rocker (Prefab Sprout-2 Good).
Creighton, a 23-year-old American, died from anorexia in January 1986. Barry Katz, her husband, was a booking agent for the Boston Comedy Company and helped to book many acts in colleges and nightclubs around the region.
Japanese singer and actress with a Japanese voice
New Jersey, USA; outfielder. (Florida Marlins).
Canadian Football League receiver (Edmonton Eskimos).
American restaurant magician.
Canada; singer ("I Wear My Sunglasses At Night")
American actress and dancer. She starred in the Nutcracker Suite as a child. At age 4, she joined the Minnesota Dance Theater at 14. At 20 she joined the San Francisco Ballet Co. Thompson, at 21, moved to New York City to perform in commercials. The following year, she began acting in small parts in several films. In 1985, she …
Saturday Live: Comedian (Dermott-Men Behaving Badly)
Soap Opera Actress
Australian politician and footballer
Italian skier who won a Gold Medal at Obsertstdorf's World Cup by running 15km on 12/15/87.
British rugby player.
French politician, he is a member the UMP conservative party. From 30 November 2004, until his resignation 25 February 2005, he was the country's Minister for Finances.
Famous birthdays on May 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Italian racing driver
French film producer and president, Pink TV, France's gay satellite TV channel.
German-qualified bank clerk, professional researcher astrologer and data collector. After studying Cosmobiology (R. Ebertin), and traditional astrology, she became a passionate follower of Uranian Astrology (Hamburger Schule). Her articles have appeared in "Hamburger Huffte" as well as "Meridian". Her interests are in children's horoscopes.
American track and field champion athlete. He was twice a cross-country champion, and was once a national champ for the indoor two mile race. In the 1984 Olympic trials, he was third in the 10,000-meter men's race.
Italian driver in Formula One for Renault
Washington, USA: actor (Tim Bayliss-Homicide).
Paraguay; golfer (1993 Nike Dominion).
Illinois, USA; PGA golfer (1983 Andy Williams).
American actor and director
North Easton, Massachusetts -- Hockey goalie (1980 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
Massachusetts, USA; hockey goalie (Olympics-gold-1980).
German sound engineer and musician (Kraftwerk).
English singer-songwriter and keyboard player Qango and Strawbs
Dutch bassist / guitarist / singer (Tambourine)
Chiba (Japan) -- Actress (Sailor Moon and Vampire Hunter).
American screenwriter and producer of actresses
American fashion designer
Lisi; British fashion designer.
Australian singer-songwriter/guitarist (Dragon).
American baseball player. He was right-handed and played with the Atlanta Braves (1981aEUR'83, 1985, and Kansas City Royals (87aEUR'88).
Florida, USA; LPGA golfer (1994 Youngstown Classic-9th).
American pianist, composer, and scholar
American singer (d. 2000)
American singer and actress (d. 2000).
Finnish screenwriter and actor
English journalist and author
Italian singer-songwriter who began his career performing at his hometown's Derby Club as a member of the cabaret group "I mormoranti". With the album "Storie di sempre", which contained the minor hit "A Dean Martin", he made his debut as a singer-songwriter. In 1982, he became a popular singer-songwriter with "Una domenica bestiale", a song that quickly became a standard …
German singer-songwriter and keyboard player (Kraftwerk, Electronic).
French businessman, Admical chairman, is a French organization dedicated to corporate philanthropy. He was the director of the Louvre Museum from 2001 to 2013. He was the first curator, then the director of MusA(c)e d'Orsay between 1978 and 1994.
French writer. His first published text, "The Escaped Prisoner", was published in 1972 in The Wedged Paddle. The Anticipation and Presence series followed, publishing a large number of novels. In 1984, he won the Prix Tour Apollo Award for "Les semeurs d'abA (r)mes", another of his works.
German hammer thrower
French astrologer, member of a renowned French astrology family. The son of Armand Barbault.
American actor. He was the charming and seductive surgeon Gonzo Gates, who was popular for seven years on "Trapper John," 1979-1986. He moved to "Falcon Crest" in 1989, where he worked for $60,000 per episode.
Illinois, USA; actor.
DIC Entertainment was founded by a French screenwriter and director producer.
Famous birthdays on May 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American actresses and sopranos
Pennsylvania, USA; actor (Kirk - Newhart).
English pop drummer (Led Zeppelin), overdosed at 32
Canadian actress in TV commercials, movies and series. Although she gained a very sexy appearance on television, she has also played many mother-centered roles. Bellingham began her career in General Hospital from September 1972 to March 1975. She also played five roles on TV movies and other soaps. Her appearances in Oxo TV commercials, as the mother, are well-known. She …
American politician, 2008 Presidential hopeful, vying for the Republican Party nomination.
Belarusian Nobel Prize winner for journalist and author
Brazilian singer, also known as
New York, USA. Actress (Carla – Cheers, Zena, Taxi).
Belarusian journalist and prose writer. She received the 2015 Nobel Prize in Literature for her polyphonic writings which are a monument of suffering and courage in our age.
English civil servant (d. 2014)
Scottish singer-songwriter guitarist and producer (Marmalade)
German discus thrower
British singer and songwriter (The Marmalade).
French sports administrator, vice president responsible for employment, training, and qualification in 'Le ComitA (c) National Olympique et Sportif FranASSais’ (CNOSF), French Olympic committee.
New York, USA. Actress (Guiding Light).
Estonian diplomat and journalist (d. 2009).
French magistrate, who was First President of Court of Cassation between 30 May 2007 and 30 June 2014.
Founder/CEO (Pineapple Dance Studios).
American critic and publisher
Jamaican umpire and cricketer
Film-maker dies from drug overdose in Munich (Germany) at the age of 36
Ivorian politician and academic 4th President of CA'te d'Ivoire
French politician and senior bank executive.
American journalist and author
German film director and prolific writer, the New German Theater is a New German theater. He is known for his bizarre, despair-ridden films. In the 13 years that he lived, he made 51 films for television and theatrical release. Fassbinder is best known for his 1973 film "Ali: Fear Eats the Soul".
French businessman and chairman of the board for the company "I.e.d." Investissement et Diversificati was established in 1987.
English-American singer and television host (d. 2014.)
American football player who led the New York Jets' winning campaign at Super Bowl III. He was inducted into Pro Football Hall of Fame, and selected as the All-Time AFL quarterback.
American actress, whose greatest success was as a detective in the series "Cagney and Lacey" (1982). She played one of the two female cops with Tyne Daly.
He was a French wrestler and won two silver medals at 1968 Olympics.
British Vice-Chancellor (Open University).
Detroit, Los Angeles).
American Nobel Prize winner in Academic Pharmacology
Ohio, USA. Singer ("Take This Job and Shove It")
British Professor of Nursing (Middlesex University).
New York, USA; harpsichordist/professor (Barnard, Brooklyn).
Georgia, USA; PGA golfer (1990 Kemper Open).
French journalist and political commentator.
Spanish politician, Vice-President 1987.
French Catholic priest, the 104th Bishop of Chalons-en-Champagne depuis 1999
rocker (Sir Douglas Quintet).
American Underground Comics Illustrator
Famous birthdays on May 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
British diplomat, special envoy, and hostage victim, taken in Lebanon, 1/20/1987 at 21:30 EET. He was held hostage by Tom Sutherland, a U.S. diplomat, for five years. They were released on 11/18/1991 at 16:00 EET in Beirut.
Stage name Magnus. Italian cartoonist and artist who created the characters Kriminal Alan Foreman and Satanik.
American guitarist, singer, and guitarist with the well-known group "Peter, Paul, and Mary" since 1961. Greenwich Village was the venue for the group, which was formed in the best-selling tradition of the Kingston Trio's acoustic folk band. He performed solo at the Newport Folk Festival until 1960. He graduated from Cornell in psychology and previously taught folk ballads.
American singer (d. 2003)
American track and field champion. Laird was a race walker and represented the United States at four Summer Olympics that began in 1960.
American Astrologer, co-author of a pamphlet about Quintiles.
American country singer, known for his hard-drinking ways, "Take This Job And Shove It" 1977 was his biggest hit. Johnny was a singer who specialized in simple, earthy songs. He also had over two dozen hits singles.
French musicologist and expert on the lute, author of "La musique de luth en France aux XVIe siecle" (1981).
Welsh politician and sailor, Deputy Prime Minister of The United Kingdom
New York, USA. Musician (Peter Paul and Mary - "Puff the Magic Dragon".
American professional astrologer, she has been writing articles for major astrological magazines for more than 15 years. She was a lecturer and was a frequent guest on TV and radio shows. She holds a B.A. in English Literature. Her academic background included a B.A. in English literature. Barbara is the author "Time and Money, The Astrology Of Wealth" and "The …
Russia -- Cosmonaut
American electrical engineer, CEO of Cincinnati Milacron (a machine manufacturing company). Meyer studied finance accounting, and has a BS in Electrical Engineering as well as an MBA. To stay fit, he enjoys running in the mornings.
35th Prime Minister for New Zealand from New Zealand: New Zealand politician and businessman
Denmark -- Canoeist (1952 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Actor, Ellen Queen, dies from liver cancer at 45
American author and educator of religious leaders
American religious figure; son Henry Eyring
British CEO (ICI).
Brazilian composer and pianist (d. 2012).
American computer scientist and engineer
American soprano singer. She is internationally well-known. She began her career as a mezzo-soprano. However, she switched to the soprano repertoire because it offered more roles. Verrett has played leading roles in major cities around the globe, including at La Scala and the Metropolitan.
American physicist and Nobel Prize laureate
American Nobel Prize winner in Physics and Academics
Louisiana, USA; American mezzo-soprano (Cassandra - Les Troyens).
American psychic, who channeled since preschool and talks regularly to her grandmother. Joy was a former lecturer at the Metaphysical Center, San Francisco for many decades. Her clients are mostly from Europe and the western USA. She and her husband now live in Corpus Christi TX, where she is a Universal minister and counsels many clients.
American actor playing tough-guy roles. He is a 6'4" star with an unassuming face that gets craggier each year. His career began in a TV Western called aEURoeRawhideaEUR. He then went on to star in "spaghetti Westerns" directed by Sergio Leone, which were shot in Italy, Spain, and Italy. His career achievements have made EastwoodaEUR(tm), one of Hollywood's most beloved …
British Chairman of Convocation (London University).
California, USA; actor ("Dirty Harry"), mayor (Carmel), California
San Francisco Actor
Famous birthdays on May 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
British CEO (Tate & Lyle).
New Jersey, USA. Actress (Take the High Ground).
Born in the USA
Israeli producer and director. He produced movies for Sylvester Stallone and Chuck Norris as well as Charles Bronson and Jean-Claude Van Damme. He was also known for producing comic-book-style movies such as Masters of the Universe and Superman IV: The Quest for Peace. Golan, who wrote and edited film scripts under the pseudonym Joseph Goldman. Golan-Globus was his co-owner.
Havana, Cuba -- Pianist / Professor (Juiliard)
Indian cricketer (Born 1928).
American television producer and host (d. 2008).
British CEO (Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Corp).
British Vice-Chancellor (Ulster University).
French anthropologist (Institut de recherche pourle dA(c), formerly Orstom) & filmmaker specializing on the study of Madagascar, and the Lobi culture in Burkina Faso.
She was an Italian actress on the stage and in television; she died January 13, 1988.
American astrologer who joined AFA 1/1974.
American actor and director (d. 1986).
Italy sport Champion
American politician (Representative-Democrat) dies at age 60.
American educator, lawyer, and government official. Harris was Secretary of Housing and Urban Development for the United States and Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare for the United States. Harris was the first African American woman to be elected to the United States Cabinet. She was also the first woman to be elected to the Presidency's succession line. On 23 …
French champion weightlifter.
American artist, sculptor, and painter. After serving in World War II in the Army Engineers Corp, he studied art in Paris as well as Boston. In 1950, he began with abstract collages and in 1951, he presented his first one-man exhibition at Galerie Arnaud. He returned to America in 1954 and produced a curvilinear bio-morphic composition for his American one-man …
Prince of Monaco (d.2005)
Prince of Monaco (1949-19).
Monaco royalty, ruler of a principality of 370 acres, which under the terms of the Treaty of 1918 with France, will fall under French rule if the royal family dies out. He ascended to the throne on May 9, 1949. His marriage with Grace Kelly on 04/18/1956 produced a son Albert who will succeed him and two daughters, Caroline and …
American homicide. He loved to strangle his female victims while he was in love. His first victim was a female, and he choked her to death. He then killed his second victim on 11/19/1959. At that point, he surrendered to the authorities. Kinman choked his wife over a dozen times during their four-year marriage. He then felt shame and remorse. …
Actor in English (Raiders of Lost Ark) dies at age 70
Nancy Military man
Arch Duchess of Austria / Princess of Liechtenstein
American administrator and CEO at Consolidate Freightways (a shipping and freight company). O'Brien holds a BS degree in Business Administration. He has interests in accounting and finance. He is now back in retirement in 1988 and faces a difficult task to save Emery Air Freight. The company suffered a loss over $200 million. However, the strength of the diesel-trucking division …
Internationally recognized Italian actress. She was born in Pola (Italy), in a now-occupied region of Croatia. Valli was a keen actress from the beginning of her childhood. She made her acting debut at age 16. Her beauty and appeal ensured her a fast-rising career.
English actress (d. 2014.)
American television and radio announcer (d.2008)
United Kingdom -- Sci fiction author (Telepath Power of X, Power of X).
American official in the government, a Republican who was Arizona State Land Commissioner under four Arizona governors from 1970 to 1978.
Famous birthdays on May 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American literary critic and novelist (Born 1919).
English actress and dancer (d.2009)
French filmmaker and anthropologist, considered to be one of the founders of cinA(c)ma-vA(c)ritA(c) in France, which shared the aesthetics of the direct cinema spearheaded by Richard Leacock, D.A. Pennebaker, Albert and David Maysles.
Italian actor Luca Magnani was a father to a son with Anna Magnani.
Dutch documentary filmmaker specializing on the interpretation of his country and other countries. Before he started to take up photography, he was a photographer and a painter. Haanstra was a Camera director in 1949. His second documentary, "Spiegel Van Holland," won Cannes' Grand Prix for Documentaries, 1951. His 1959 short "Glas" won the Documentary Short Oscar and more than 20 …
Wrong Man, Imitation of Life
Author and historian of English-American heritage
French author of the French-German dictionary, "le Grappin".
Villefranche de R Military man
Japanese composer of film music and classical music, probably best known for his soundtracks to the Godzilla films by Toho
Brazilian psychic researcher, author of numerous books on PSI phenomena as well as reincarnation. He was a respected engineer who died before he retired.
Costa Rican artist and cultural promoter. She was a tireless worker for cultural and artistic development. She was also a pioneer of mural art in Costa Rica, along with Francisco Amighetti. She made important contributions to music and national ballet. In 1967, she was awarded the Achilles J. EcheverrAa National Painter's Prize.
Australian entrepreneur. He was a promoter of theatres and concerts, producer, and manager of artists. His career lasted from 1940s to 1980.
NYC, New York -- Actress. (Doris Ziffel Green Acres, Rogue Tavern).
American ethnologist who worked with native Brazilians after graduating from Columbia University.
English countertenor (Born 1912)
"Scoop" Jackson (Senator-Democrat-Washington).
US astronomer (evolution).
American politician, lawyer and U.S. Sen., well-known as an authority, and hawk on national defense, but liberal on social issues.
German/American astronomer of Jewish descent. He was the son and nephew of Robert Emden, a Swiss astrophysicist. He died 10 April 1997.
Nobel Prize winner for French physicist and economist (d. 2010).
Leonard Boden was a Scottish portrait artist and illustrator.
Collector / Art Therapist
Puerto Rican essayist, literary critic, educator. She also wrote poetry, plays, and criticisms. Panorama de la Cultura PuertorriqueA+a is one of her most well-known works. There are also several essays about Federico GarcAa Lorca.
Spanish essayist and poet Miguel Cervantes was awarded the Miguel Cervantes Award in 1982 for his writings.
Jones British gastro-enterologist.
Famous birthdays on May 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
French theatre, film and stage actor, who died on 10 January 1999 at Couilly-Pont-aux-Dames, Seine-et-Marne, France.
British director (Marks and Spencer).
Canadian-American ice hockey player (d.2000)
Child abuse victim in France (d. 1920).
American actor, vaudeville and radio star with over 50 films dating back to 1936. His investments enabled him to retire comfortably in 1950. He was the director of "The Story of Alexander Graham Bell" (1939). Ameche said that acting wasn't something he was passionate about. Ameche was an avid reader, and enjoyed the social interaction of eating with friends, often …
Swedish screenwriter and actor (d. 2000).
France sport Champion
Danish actor (d. 1953).
Russian entrepreneur and money juggler, called a "financial magician." He began using funds from the Banque Franco-Asiatique, Paris, on 6/01/1929. After destroying the chain, he took $60,000 from the depositor and returned it with a profit of $250,000
Toulouse Military man
A Dutch astrologer and one of Holland's Grand Lady in Astrology, she was instrumental in the revival in interest in natural healing, herbs precious stones, metals, and other astrological topics. She is the author of many books, some of them translated into English or German. She also published her magazine, "The Candleflame", in 1946. She died in Bilthoven (The Netherlands) …
From 1956 to 1965, French diplomat and ambassador to the United States.
British author of theatre revues for The Spectator and contributor to articles in a variety British and American periodicals. Fleming is the author of "The Sixth Column," which was a humorous novel about everyday life in 1951 Britain. He is Ian Fleming's older brother.
Mont Saint Aignan physician
Portuguese mathematician, who immigrated with his mother in 1907 from Angola, an overseas province, to Portugal along with his sister and brother. In 1945, he moved to Brazil and then to Argentina in 1950. Monteiro is most well-known for establishing a school in algebraic logic at Universidad Nacional del Sur (BahAa Blanca), Argentina. He was 73 years old when he …
British air marshal.
English comedian and actress (d. 1993).
Davis baseball pitcher.
Actor / conductor
English composer and pianist (d. 1959).
American composer and conductor, born 1901
French murderer, veteran of the First and Second World Wars, who claimed to be the inspiration for Papillon in 2005. The claim was supported by circumstantial evidence including his butterfly tattoo and the fact that he was on Devil's Island at that time. He died at the age 105 on 26 January 2007.