List of celebrities and famous people who were born on October 31st
Famous birthdays on October 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002005
Felipe, Prince and Princess of Asturias, daughter
Spanish princess, the first child of her parents Prince Felipe, the Crown Prince of Spain, and her mother Letizia Rocasolano.
American singer, actress, and child of a well-known family. Willow is Will Smith's third-born daughter and the first girl to be born to Jada Pinkett Smith. Trey and Jaden are her older brothers. At seven years old, she made her film debut alongside her father in "I Am Legend", a 2007 movie. In 2010, she released her first album, "Whip …
Famous birthdays on October 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
French figure skater
Canadian-American actress and dancer
Portuguese tennis player
Estonian basketball player
American homicide victim. The baby was the result of a single mother who hired Dora Kerr, a Hispanic grandma to care for him during work hours. The baby was not breathing and was taken to the hospital in the first week after February 1991. The hospital was overwhelmed with many bodies from the plane crash. This made it impossible to …
American actor and comedian
Famous birthdays on October 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
British motocross racer
Swiss race car driver
American basketball player
Australian rules footballer
Swiss racing driver
Canadian ice hockey player
French race car driver
American pornographic actor
Producer and actress from Australia
Driver of a race car in Australia
American porn actor and director
French tourist, she was photographed at point-blank distance with Corinne, her mother, and painter Corinne on the Westgate Mail parking lot in Nairobi. Anne, a model in London, was studying cinematography.
Soap Opera Actor
Nepalese model Miss Nepal 2007
American activist and photographer, NOH8 Campaign was founded by an American photographer.
Irish socialite and supermodel (Born 1983).
Czech ice hockey player
Australian umpire and footballer
Czech ice hockey player
American musician (My Chemical Romance. Leathermouth. Pencey Prep. Skeleton Crew founder (record label).
Taiwanese actress and singer (S.H.E.)
MLB catcher and First Baseman
Fashion designer and actress from Japan-America,
Mexican-American pianist and conductor
Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas based in New York
Famous birthdays on October 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
French flamenco teacher and dancer who runs a school in Narbonne
Dutch tennis player
French television presenter, well-known for his relationship with American actor George Clooney (3 year).
Japanese singer and actor
American producer and actor
Wynyard (Tasmania) -- Basketball player (1996 Olympics-Bronze Medalist).
Miss New Hampshire USA (1996)
American baseball player
NFL tackle (Green Bay Packers, Super Bowl 31).
American baseball player and sportscaster
NBA center / forward (Golden State Warriors)
NFL tight end (Washington Redskins).
British radio presenter
New Zealand golfer
Auckland, New Zealand -- Australasia Golfer
English-Scottish Rugby player and coach
Swedish producer and singer Ace of Base
Italian skier who competed at the Olympics in Albertville, February 1992.
Oxnard (California) -- Pitcher (Chicago Cubs).
American guitarist and songwriter (Napalm Death Defecation, Meathook Seed).
Actor and comedian from England
American guitarist (The Fabulous Thunderbirds).
American guitarist (Blind Melon).
Expert in martial arts and actor from Taiwan
Famous birthdays on October 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
German social scientist, geograph, researcher in anomalistics, and politician (Die Linke).
NFL tight end (Houston Oilers).
American actor/voice actor
NFL linebacker (SF 49ers)
American basketball player: Forward/Center, Pacers
Beeville, Texas -- Catcher. (Cin Reds).
WLAF offensive linebacker, Frankfurt Galaxy
Scottish rock musician playing in Texas with Sharleen Spiteri & Johnny McElhone.
Russian-American actress and model
American race car driver
American bass player, songwriter, and producer (Fountains of Wayne Ivy & Tinted Windows).
American rapper producer and actor (Beastie Boys and BS 2000)
American actor and writer, O'Malley has been in numerous films and television shows. O'Malley was born in Boston, and raised in New Hampshire. He moved to Los Angeles in late 1990s to appear in a series called The Mike O'Malley show on NBC. Most famous for his role in the CBS hit series Yes, Dear, which aired from October 2, …
American rapper (Beastie Boys).
Castro Valley, California -- Pitcher. (Chicago White Sox).
American radio host and drummer (Superchunk and the Mountain Goats).
Burmese producer and singer (Bow Wow Wow).
Canadian-American academic and author
Horowitz]; rocker. (Beastie Boys, "You Gotta Fight".
Wrestler (NJPW / AAA / UWA, Tiger Mask, King Lee)
French Neo-Nazi, bigoted fanatic. Gos was the son of railroad workers, but he wasn't married.
American basketball player: Guard, Grizzlies
Soccer player (Roda JC).
English voice actor
Journalist and footballer from Ireland
Dutch soccer star (Ajax, AC Milan)
Rome, Italy -- Actress (The Key).
American journalist and critic
Ajax and Milan football managers from the Netherlands. He was also a former player for the Dutch national football team in the 1980s. He is considered one of the greatest forwards ever and scored 277 goals during a highly-publicized career. However, he retired in 1993 at 28 after sustaining an injury that caused him to retire two years later. Later, …
English singer and guitarist (The Smiths, Modest Mouse).
Tampa, Florida -- Infielder (Atlanta Braves)
Brazilian footballer and manager
Swedish singer and songwriter (MotAPrhead, King Diamond).
Italian TV announcer had an affair with a high-ranking politician which resulted in the birth of a boy.
English screenwriter and actor
English drummer (Def Leppard)
Belgian-French comedian and impersonator. He is well-known in France for his stand up routines. He returned to Belgium in the 2000s as a radio presenter.
Canadian ice hockey player
American neurosurgeon and academic
American football player and sportscaster
Swedish journalist and author
New Zealander filmmaker and Oscar-winning director of "The Lord of the Rings", his movie trilogy based on the J.R. R. Tolkien novels. The trilogy's three movies were released at Christmas for three years consecutively, and each one was a huge hit.
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
Toronto, Ontario -- 4X100m relayer (1984 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
NBA guard (San Antonio Spurs)
Australian European class yachter (1996 Olympics)
Montgomery, Alabama -- 400m/4X400m relay (1984 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
Jr. Irish songwriter and actor (U2 & Automatic Baby).
Iranian royalty, the Shah of Iran's first son Farah Diba and the Shah. He is also the heir to the throne in the peacock kingdom. In 1979, Reza fled Iran with his family and father from the Islamic Muslim Fundamentalists. Reza, who was exiled from Iran, assumed the throne his father's late father's in 1981. He enjoys traveling around the …
French screenwriter and cinematographer
Famous birthdays on October 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
French politician, who was, up to his appointment as Junior Ministry for Urban Affairs at newly created Ministry of Territorial Equality and Housing on 16 May 2012 by President FranASSois Hollande, was a member of France's National Assembly where he represented Essonne 6th constituency on behalf of the Socialist Party.
American actor, director, and musician
St. Paul, Minnesota -- Tennis star
French cyclist, who is one of the most renowned world-class athletes in France. She has made her mark in a sport that was traditionally reserved for men, but which is very popular in France.
Paducah (Kentucky) -- PGA golfer (1991 Centel Western).
French writer and filmmaker.
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Guided by Voices).
American actor and singer
Italian porn director and actor
French pro astrologer. He was a piano teacher and opened a consultancy firm in Nice in November 1987. Since 2001, he has been based in Paris, where he continues his astrological activities as an instructor, consultant, researcher, lecturer, and teacher.
Producer and actor from the Philippines.
Swedish Social Democratic politician
English journalist and author
American poet and critic
Filipino religious leader
American journalist and author
Greek politician and lawyer.
American screenwriter and actor
Durham, North Carolina -- NBA guard (Houston, Golden State, Milwaukee)
American producer and bass player (Chic and The Power Station). (d. 1996)
American baseball umpire and actor
American attorney. He is well-known for his involvement in the growing number of law suits against Catholic priests who committed child abuse. He was a symbol of outrage, representing the families, victims and children.
American college football coach
American baseball coach and manager
American comedian and actor, he is extremely overweight with the appearance of a sweet, wicked child. His starring roles in Hollywood's most successful comedies, such as "Uncle Buck" or "Cool Runnings," were a result of his manic bon-homie.
Indiana, USA; newscaster (Today, NBC Weekend).
Famous birthdays on October 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
English academic and economist
American drummer (Supertramp & Bees Make Honey).
Brazilian Miss World 1971 and Brazilian Doctor
Estonian diplomat and journalist
French business executive, Director General at G & G Conseil et Enterprises.
South African lawyer / Anti-Apartheid activist
Kentucky, USA; Major US Marine Corps/astronaut.
French criminal convicted of murdering her husband Michel Fourniret and helping him to murder six more women or teenager girls. Fourniret was sentenced for life, Olivier to life without parole for 28 years.
English actor and producer
American entertainment producer and business executive, he was the founder of Barnum & Bailey and Ringling Brothers in the '90s. He bought the circus from his Taurus father, Irwin. They ran it together until his father died. Although he is the sole owner, Gunther Gebel Williams and his wife Sigrid have a small share. His son Mark assumed the management …
American family with a notable daughter, Art Linkletter, and a LSD user. She thought her brain was being destroyed and panicked, calling her brother for help. Edward Durston, her boyfriend, arrived to try and calm her down. She jumped from an apartment on the sixth floor of Hollywood just before 9:00 AM. She fell to her death after he grabbed …
Italian actor. He is the son of Rodolfo, a painter and poster artist. Gasparri began his acting career as a child actor in several peplum films. He was a paratrooper in the army and became one of the most prominent actors in fotoromanzi in 1970. Gasparri was the inspector Mark Terzi in the 1975 film "Mark, the Cop", a poliziottesco …
American actress, who played Dr. Marlena Evan in "Days of Our Lives" during the 1980s. She was one of the most beloved actresses on daytime soaps. Andrea, her twin sister, was also a guest on the show for a time.
Belgian politician, first President of European Council following the signing of Lisbon Treaty. He was elected to the position on November 20, 2009. He took office on December 1, 2009.
Spanish Beauty Queen, who was crowned "Miss World" in 11/1970.
Munich, Germany -- US Marathoner (1972,76 Olympics - Gold/Silver Medals).
Wisconsin, USA; actress (Days of Our Lives and Our House).
Screenwriter and actor in English comedy
American journalist and author, James Hillman co-wrote "WeaEUR(tm),ve Had a Hundred years of Psychotherapy and The WorldaEUR(tm),s Getting Worse," 1991. Ventura was one of the co-founders and editors of LA Weekly. His weekly column, "Letters at Three AM," won an award. In the mid-1990s, Ventura began work on a series detective novels including "The Death Of Frank Sinatra."
French politician and conductor, Member of the European Parliament for South-East France
Academic and historian from Iraqi-Israel
English rock singer/songwriter, guitarist (Argent)
Screenwriter and producer of English plays
American statistician and insurance specialist. He is also the CEO of W.R. Berkley. Berkley holds a BA and MBA in statistics finance from Harvard. He enjoys deep-sea fishing in Florida as a way to relax.
American screenwriter and producer of actor actors
New York, USA; actress (Anna, Sting, Private Benjamin, Big Bad Mama).
American producer and actress
Texas, USA; country singer ("Ride 'em Jeepboy").
American producer and actress
Milwaukee, Wisconsin -- Actress (Days of our Lives and Our House)
Italian singer, popular.
Actor (Crying Game Michael Collins).
American race car driver
French author, a detective fiction writer and a juvenile and children's author.
French politician and auditor at the Cour des Comptes. He was the minister delegate to research under Jean-Pierre Raffarin from 2002.
French coach and handball player, who was named best handball coach by the International Handball Federation in August 2010.
American football player (Born 1943).
English-American academic and physicist
Greek politician 13th Minister for the Aegean, Island and Fisheries Policy
American photographer, teacher, and head photographer at Chicago's Field Museum since 1975.
French student who joined the Organisation de l'armA (c)e secrA”te (OAS), a short-lived French far-right paramilitary organization during the Algerian War (1954aEUR”62). On 22 August 1962, he was part of the group's plot to assassinate President Charles de Gaulle in Petit-Clamart (France).
Filipino jewelry designer and sculptor
American baseball player (Born 1942).
English race car driver
San Marcos, Texas -- Basketballer (1964 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
Musician, composer, poet, and Venezuelan activist. He was a prominent representative of Nueva canciA3n ("new songs") in Venezuela. His songs "condemning slavery and repression and celebrating resistance struck a chord with a large public." He is also known as El Cantor del Pueblo (The People’s Singer) in Venezuela. His music was declared national heritage by the Venezuelan government in 2005.
American scientist and academic
Czech-American academic and philosopher
French politician. He was a member the Union for French Democracy, and the Union for a Popular Movement.
American activist and businessman Oscar Wilde founded the Oscar Wilde Bookshop
Baroness Wilcox English politician and businesswoman
Famous birthdays on October 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
French Catholic bishop, who was ordained in Albi on 18/12/66.
American astrologer, who is a healer using color, sound, and crystals. She gave a great lecture on Parallels at the 1990 AFA convention, Orlando, FL. Before becoming astrologer she was a singer/dancer for five years.
Colombian model Miss Universe 1958 (d. 2015)
Denton, Texas -- PGA golfer (1989 RJR Bank One Classic)
American folk singer, composer, guitarist, and poet. Before he joined the Greenwich Village folk scene in 1961, he had experience as an actor. His albums include "New Songs from the Briar patch" and "Heroes." RamblinaEUR(tm), Boy was one of his most-recorded and popular hits. He was a favorite among intellectuals for his subtle social commentary and was married to the …
New York, USA. Actor (Bonanza. Little House on the Prairie. Highway to Heaven).
Illinois, USA; folk singer/songwriter ("Forest Lawn").
American actor, writer and director. He is best known for his roles on TV's long-running series "Bonanza," Little House on the Prairie, and "Highway to Heaven."
Russia -- Cosmonaut
American basketball coach and player
English-American academic and geographer
American mathematician, theorist
American CEO and manager of Dominion Resources (an energy utility company), is Capps. Capps began his legal education with a BA in English and a JD in English.
Actor (Eureka Black Joy, Mighty Quinn, and Eureka)
Swedish actress (d.2015)
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Japanese voice actor (d. 2014)
Farouk of Egypt's Egyptian wife (d. 2005).
French chef best known as the head chef at his three Michelin-starred restaurant Maison Pic, Valence, DrA'me. He was the son and father of Alain Pic and Anne-Sophie Pic. He died at Valence on September 19, 1992 at the age of 59.
American news broadcaster who makes $3 million per year, is one of the most successful in his field. Rather prefers to report the news as it happens. His global travels to the most popular spots in the world have led to jealousies from both the news media and his rivals, Tom Brokaw and Peter Jennings at ABC news. Rather, a …
Texas, USA. American television news anchor (CBS Evening News 60 Minutes).
Estonian chess player, trainer
American bodybuilder, winner of the title "Mr. America" at the Indianapolis contest, IN, 6/08/1953
Canadian-American Astrologer, who succumbed to a heart attack after undergoing surgery on February 15, 1991, 11:16 AM Virginia Beach, VA.
American astronaut and pilot of Gemini 10 mission 7/18/1966. He was the command ship pilot for Apollo 11's landing on the Moon. Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong climbed to the surface of the Moon 7/20/1969. After he left NASA, Collins was named Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs under President Richard Nixon.
American saxophonist (d. 70)
Famous birthdays on October 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Bud Spencer is an actor, filmmaker, and former professional swimmer from Italy. He is best known for his roles in action-comedy movies together with Terence Hill, his long-time partner. Together, they appeared in, produced, and directed more than 20 films. They remain close friends today.
French Catholic priest, who is the Bishop Emeritus Saint DiA(c), since 2005.
Australian snooker player (d.2004)
France sport Champion
Australian water polo player (d. 2014).
French diplomat, essayist, novelist, and statesman. He was a member of UDF (Union for French Democracy) until 1998. He was killed in Paris on 24 January 2007.
American educator and critic (d. 2012).
American actress (d. 1973).
American actress (d. 1973).
New York, USA. Actress (Shampoo Landlord).
Canadian actor (d.2009)
TV Show Host
French singer, songwriter, and performer.
English DJ, TV presenter, media personality, and charity fundraiser. He was the host of the BBC television program Jim'll Fix It and the last presenter of the long-running BBC music charts show Top of the Pops. His estimated charity donations totaled APS40 millions. After his death, there were hundreds of allegations about child sex abuse, rape, which led to police …
California, USA; ventriloquist ("Judy Splinters")
American actress, who made her stage debut at the Metropolitan Opera at the age of four. She was forced into the theatre by her aunt and eccentric mother. She was 11 years old when she joined the American Ballet. In 1949, she became a Broadway ingA(c).nue. This led to TV and films. Her father was the one who spoke about …
French Wiccan high priest, who fell into orgies, murder and black masses.
English-American Nobel Prize laureate in Chemistry (d. 2004).
American author of "The Green Berets", a book that sold over three million copies. Robin was a co-author of 20 books, including "The French Connection", which was made into an animated movie. His paperback publishing company, "Condor," is his. He is the heir to the fortune of the Sheraton hotel, and he is also the brother to Marcia Moore, an …
American actress (Born 1928).
French Catholic priest who was Bishop of Puy and then Bishop of Meaux.
USA; CEO (Avon).
NYC, New York -- Actress. (Vertigo Miss Ellie-Dallas. Caught).
Cambodian politician, 1st Prime Minster of Cambodia (d. 2012).
American jazz saxophonist (Born 1922)
Former king of Cambodia (1941 - 2004), also known as Prince Sihanouk. He was studying in a boarding school in Saigon (Ho-Chi-Minh ville) when, against all odds, the French Vichy administration decided that he should ascend the throne instead of his maternal uncle after his grandfather King Monivong passed away, on 22 April 1941. It is assumed that he was …
Sihanouk of Cambodia
German-born photographer. He is best known for his fashion photography with nude women and his depiction, often in black and white of sexuality. Many of his erotic photographs appeared in magazines like Elle, Playboy, and Vogue. His pioneering work in fashion photography explored power, gender roles, and sexuality. He also produced a series called "Big Nudes" in black-and white. He …
French politician and mayor of Tours. Married once and had four children.
Wales, United Kingdom -- Detective writer (Whip Hands, High Stakes).
German footballer. He was a captain of the West German football team that won the 1954 World Cup.
Kenyan rebel leader (Born 1920)
American ballet dancer and teacher.
The daughter of the Minister for the Interior, a Greek actress and well-known family. She was an international star, and a triumph on stage in Athens. She was beautiful and outrageous, and everything she did was extraordinary.
French composer and priest (d. 2008).
Famous birthdays on October 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Berkeley Military man
Le Vernet Politician
French circus artist and father of Alexis GrA 1/4 ss.
American priest and author of the Polyhedron models
American lawyer with the firm Bass and Hobbs, who was the mayor of Lubbock (Texas) from 1974 to 1978. He died 16 December 1978.
Canadian-American Professor and Reincarnation Researcher (Born 1918).
Australian pilot and soldier (d. 2013).
Canadian-American historian and academic
Historian (Rise of the West).
Elizabeth City Military man
Former Prince of Sweden
Count Carl Johan Bernadotte (d. 2012).
American composer and pianist (d. 2010).
France sport Champion
American activist and author (d. 1988).
Dutch engineer and designer
American actress and singer (d. 2001).
The last member of Disney's Nine Old Men. (Born 1912)
French Resistance member during World War II.
Germany Military man
Famous birthdays on October 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001908
Canadian activist (d.2009)
He was a Swiss-German director and actor who made his screen debut in 1938's "FA 1/4 silier". He was a modest director success, but Steiner is most well-known for his acting performances in Swiss movies from the 1950s. Steiner worked steady until the 1980s.
Arcachon (France) -- Composer (Summer Sounds).
Resistance fighter (Yad Vahem-distinction
American Astrologer joined AFA June 1948.
Spanish activist, writer and cultural ambassador. She was born in LogroA+o and was the niece MarAa Goyri, a Spanish feminist writer. (The wife of RamA3n MenA[c]ndez Pidal). Rafael Alberti, a Spanish poet, was her husband. She was a contributor to Diario de Burgos, and she published Cuentos para soA+ar and La bella del mal amor for children.
Brazilian poet and writer. AndradeaEUR (tm), a Nobel-winning author, is known for "The PeopleaEUR's Rose," 1945, 1951, and "Clear Enigma," 1951. He also wrote "Life in a New Copy," 1959, and "The Impurities of White," 1973. He was a pioneer in modernist movements and wrote extensively on native Brazilian topics and customs.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin -- Actor (Zorro)
Brazilian poet (Claro Enigma)
Romanian mathematician, economist (d. 1950).
Norwegian sculptress. Her fountain sculptures in Oslo are BjA,rnefontenen at Majorstuen and Oksefontenen at Thorshov.
Italy sport Champion
Missouri, United States -- Baseball & football Hall of Famer