List of celebrities and famous people who were born on September 26th, 2023
Famous birthdays on September 26th, 2023 for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102014
Chelsea Clinton's daughter, Marc Mezvinsky's granddaughter (born 15th December 1977). First grandchild of US President Bill Clinton (born 15th December 1977) and Hillary Rodham Clinton
Famous birthdays on September 26th, 2023 for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002001
Princess Salma bint Abdullah of Jordan
bint Al Abdullah II of Jordan
Famous birthdays on September 26th, 2023 for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901998
American voice actor and actor. Skye Arens and Cody Arens are his brothers. He is best known for his voice as Littlefoot in The Land Before Time XIII : The Wisdom of Friends and for his roles as Jeremy on The Education of Max Bickford and Chris, on My Wife and Kids. He also plays Arnie in Love's Enduring Promise …
French singer and model
Famous birthdays on September 26th, 2023 for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Japanese model TV host and actress
Finnish figure skater
English producer and singer-songwriter
French swimmer, 2012 Olympic Gold medalist
Swedish actress and singer (Play).
French singer and dancer, Polish descent. His father, AndrA(c), Tota, was a professional soccer player. Matthieu had a first ambition to imitate AndrA (c). He was tested by Sedan but failed. He decided to go for music, and chose Pokora (humility in Polish) for his stage name.
French beauty pageant titleholder and reality TV participant, Miss France 2008 was won by Miss France 2008. She represented the RA(c), an overseas department (DA[c]partement d'Outre-Mer] of France, located in the Indian Ocean. BA"gue is the first Miss France to be elected from the RA (c)union Island since Monique Uldaric was elected back in 1976.
Japanese actress and model
American football player
actress and singer.
American producer and actress
Italian rugby player
TV Show Host
American tennis player, 1998. She was accompanied by her 15-month-old sister Venus. Her sister is currently in the Top Ten, and her younger sister Venus is in the Top 50. They were raised in a positive environment that prepared them for the pressures of the media and competition during tennis tours. Richard, their father, has been described as both a …
American R&B actress and singer.
American reality TV contestant who won Survivor: Panama
Czech porn model/actress
Austrian race car driver
Swedish ice hockey player
Swedish ice hockey player
American-born suspect of terrorist acts, he was arrested in Afghanistan in December 2001. Hamdi's father, a petroleum engineer from Louisiana, was Yaser's father. Yaser moved back to Saudi Arabia as a young boy. He was arrested by US forces in Afghanistan in December 2001. His Taliban sympathies were deemed to have been threatening the US and Afghan governments. He was …
American Ice Hockey Player
Famous birthdays on September 26th, 2023 for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Canadian screenwriter and actor
Estonian politician, 16th Prime Minister of Estonia
Japanese professional wrestler
Kenyan long-distance runner
Japanese actor and comedian
American porn actress
German soccer (pro football) player for Bayer Leverkusen.
Finnish bass player (Nightwish, Nattvindens GRAAY=t
American reality TV and model contestant
Finnish bassist (Nightwish)
Swedish singer (Garmarna, Triakel)
Estonian basketball coach and player
United States -- 50m/100m/400m free relay (1996 Olympics-Gold / 2 Silver Medals).
Diplomat and pianist from Germany-Ecuador
Estonian-American basketball player; forward for Mavericks.
Australian rower (1996) Olympics
West Lawn, Pennsylvania -- Field Hockey midfielder (1996 Olympics).
American ex-competition swimmer, who represented the United States at three Olympics in 2000 and 2004. He won ten Olympic medals, five gold, three silver and two bronze. Hall is the former world record holder in two relay events. Hall is known for his "pro wrestling-like" antics prior to a competition. He often struts onto the pool deck wearing boxing shorts, …
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Lovehammers).
Greek triple jumper
Scottish snooker coach and player
American actor and singer (Boyz II Men).
American actor and producer (The Hrsmn).
[Slim] in Philadelphia Pennsylvania; rapper ("Boyz II Men").
Durango, Colorado -- 1.5K / 5K runner
American homicide: A mother drove her Mazda car in 18 feet of water in John D. Long Lake near Union SC, with her sons in the backseat. It happened at 9:00 PM on 10/25/1994.
Beamsville -- NHL defenceman (Florida Panthers).
NBA Guard (Philadelphia 76ers).
Famous birthdays on September 26th, 2023 for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
French-Canadian actor, comedian, and singer
American actor who played Jesus in Mel Gibson’s controversial film "The Passion of the Christ (2004). The actor had to learn Latin, Hebrew, and Aramaic in order to play the role. He was a Catholic, but felt the role added a new dimension. While filming scenes for the Sermon on the Mount, he was struck by lightning but was not …
French road racing cyclist who competed professionally between 1990 and 1999.
American screenwriter and producer of actresses
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Blind Melon), (d. 1995).
California, USA; actress (Serena-The Waltons).
Hartford -- NHL center (Winnipeg Jets)
Bosnian footballer and coach
Canadian actress and television hostess
Canadian actress and sportscaster
Dearborn, Michigan -- Roadcyclist (1988, 96 Olympics, 4th Place).
Ukrainian politician and businessman 5th President of Ukraine
American actress and singer (En Vogue).
English singer and dancer
NFL running back (Tampa Bay Bucs)
Granada Hills (California) -- Actor (The Kid Young Riders).
Mishawaka, Indiana -- LPGA golfer (1989 Planters Pat Bradley)
London, England -- Actress. (Angelique Dark Shadows, Switch).
American race car driver
Kenyan marathon runner (1988 Olympics - Silver Medalist)
Rock singer (Everything But The Girl).
English poet and author
Australian marathoner (1988-92, 96 Olympics, 5th Place)
American dancer and actor.
Australian con artist
Taiwanese actor and TV host
American guitarist and songwriter (Megadeth Savatage Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Asia).
USA; actress (Little House on the Prairie).
American child actress, who was born into adulthood before the viewers' eyes. She won millions of hearts with her portrayal of blind Mary Ingalls on the TV series "Little House on the Prairie." She won an Emmy in 1980 for her TV special "Which Mother is Mine?"
American singer (En Vogue)
Estonian politician and journalist
English journalist and author
American family of note, Ted Kennedy's second child, and the son of Joan Kennedy. At the age of 12, November 1973, he lost his right leg due to cartilage cancer. After receiving chemotherapy and fitting an artificial leg, he was declared cancer-free in 1979. He is an avid sportsman, including swimming, tennis, and racing sailboats competitively. As a New Haven, …
Politikan and academic from the Netherlands
Bennington, Nebraska -- US trap (1996 Olympics)
German manager and footballer
Famous birthdays on September 26th, 2023 for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Russian poet and translator (Born 1959).
American baseball coach and player
American gay punk rocker and frontman of the band "The Germs", who took his own life after consuming heroin in excess on December 7, 1980, in Hollywood. He was 22 years old.
German figure skater and journalist
Jr. American politician and sailor
American director and photographer
German manager and footballer
Maryland, USA; actress (Catherine-Beauty and the Beast).
American race car driver and engineer
American businessman Patterson is the young CEO of SpeechWorks. This company has survived the economic downturn and still thrives today. SpeechWorks, which was founded in 1996, has seen a rapid growth of 400 employees in seven offices worldwide. Its primary product is speech recognition. He was raised in Wellesley, MA. After high school, he moved around quite a bit before …
American Astrologer, who lived her entire life in Galveston TX. On April 14, 2004, she suffered a sudden stroke at her Galveston home.
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
American baseball manager and sportscaster
Italian singer-songwriter and pianist, active since 1971.
American guitarist (Jefferson Starship).
American man accused of running his ex-wife over with his car. Joseph, Sr., a registered nurse, allegedly ran Shirley over with his Ford Explorer SUV in Halifax, MA on February 17, 2004. Shirley died shortly after her family took her off life support. Joseph Jr. and his younger sister heard the tires creak, and ran to the side. Joseph Sr. …
French business leader, the chairman and chief executive (PrA(c)sident-directeur gA(c)nA(c)ral) of the French engineering conglomerate Alstom. Alstom is best known for its Eurostar trains and TGV trains. Its headquarters are at Levallois-Perret.
Irish actress and singer (De Dannan).
American academic and biologist
American radio personality
Serbian singer and actor
New York, USA. Actor (Willis Bell Paper Chase).
Scottish singer-songwriter and drummer (10cc, Pilot)
Manager and English footballer
American homicide. He was the son of a wealthy Italian family and a bully father. He ran away three times, but was eventually returned to his home. He was part of the South Shore subculture that included violence, drugs and bars. He was one of five children. His relationship with Dawn, his sister, was incestuous.
Jr. American murderer
American psychotherapist, astrologer and lecturer who is also a teacher and lecturer. She is the author of 15 books, pamphlets, and pamphlets that have been translated into almost a dozen languages. Her most notable books are "How to Handle Your T Square", "The Astrology Of Self Discovery", and "The Art Of Chart Interpretation".
Famous birthdays on September 26th, 2023 for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Texarkana Arkansas -- Country singer (Get Rhythm).
Brazilian footballer and manager
An American singer, born in Australia. She is also an actress and a businesswoman. For its 20th anniversary, "Grease" was re-released by the studio in 1998.
Italian entrepreneur and CEO of House of Gucci. His grandfather Guccio Guccio was the founder of the fashion empire. He also fathered two sons, Aldo Guccio and Rodolfo. Aldo had three children, Georgio (1928), Paolo (1931), and Roberto (1932). Rodolfo only had one son, Maurizio (48).
English guitarist and keyboard player (Ultravox Tiger Lily, John Foxx and John Maths).
first Czechoslovakian space traveler (in Soyuz 28).
Martinique's French singer and TV host. He is best known for his single "Il tape sur des bambous" as well as his duet "KolA (c) SA(c),rA(c)," which he performed with Jocelyne BAc)roard.
American singer, who was instrumental in expanding the country-western repertoire. She was born and raised on a horse farm by her mom, a C&W singer/songwriter. Her singing and dancing debut was at age six. She was an accomplished horsewoman by her teens. She won over 1000 trophies, 600 ribbons, and two regional championships. At the 1966 state fair, she was …
American basketball pro-basketball player, since 1969
American feminist. She is a well-known radical theorist, speaker, and author of fiction and nonfiction books. Her most notable accomplishments are the campaigns she waged against pornography during the 1970s and 1980s. Dworkin was born to Jewish immigrants who survived the Holocaust. She and her younger brother (1949-1992) were raised in suburban New Jersey. Her mother worked as a secretary, …
American politician, 50th Governor of New Jersey
American comic book editor and writer
Iranian actress (d.2015)
Iowa, United States -- Actresses (Garp Interiors).
Canadian actor, playwright and composer
British musician. He is a singer, keyboardist, and bandleader with "Roxy Music." For which he wrote most of the original material. The group was formed in London in 1971. Ferry began a solo career after the 1973 release of an album.
Brazilian singer. Brazilian Tropicalist movement
Canadian politician and academic
Federal Signal is an American CEO and legal and economics executive. It is a leader in the production of signs, fire signals, machine tools, and police signals. Ross is a college graduate with a JD and a BA Economics.
British TV host, who shared her humorous "You are only the weakest link" message. Goodbye." Her game show "The Weakest Link", first aired in April 2001 in America. Although the sharp-tongued, black-clad Brit has experience in newspaper columns, TV journalism, and reporting, nothing has been as successful as her role on prime-time U.S. and UK TV. People love her insults …
American politician, 22nd Governor of Arizona
English geologist and academic
San Francisco, California -- Playmate (Sep 1967, Year-1968)
Austrian leftist playwright. Turrini began writing in 1971 when his play Rozznjogd was first performed at the Volkstheater, Vienna. Turrini is a versatile writer who has written screenplays and poems as well as essays. Turrini believes that the purpose of theatre is to exaggerate reality and raise awareness of the public. He lives in Vienna, Retz, Lower Austria.
Driver of a race car in Australia
Australian cricketer and sportscaster
American actor and star of the TV series "Adam 12", which aired from 9/21/1968 through 8/26/1975. Before his name change, he was known by the nickname Kent McWhirter from 1965 to 1965 on "Ozzie and Harriet."
American futurist, who saw his first visions in 1979 and another in 1991. His visions are similar to the Edgar Cayce visions or Mary's message. His throat was closed during speaking, but no problem was found. Scallion began to get detailed photographs of earthquakes, weather patterns, and volcanoes at that time. He claims a 75% accuracy. Scallion started a newsletter …
California, USA; actor (Officer Jim Reed - Adam 12).
German FR, long jumper/relayer (1972 Olympics – Gold Medalist).
Italian musician, famous violinist. Accardo was 13 years old when he performed his first concert in Trieste. He then appears in around 100 concerts each year in Europe, America, and the Far East. They founded Cremona's first school for stringed instruments together with Filippi and Petracchi in 1987. He was the director of the Italian Youth Orchestra in 1992 on …
Memphis, Tennessee -- Rock drummer (Youngbloods).
Jamaica -- Actress (Dr Jekyll and Sister Hyde).
Model and actress from Jamaica, English
German film director and actor.
Famous birthdays on September 26th, 2023 for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Soap Opera Actor
Editor in a magazine or newspaper, educator
Belgian comics writer and one of the most well-known in the humorist field.
US test pilot (X-24)
Norwegian journalist (d. 2010)
Norwegian journalist (d. 2010)
American film producer and agent (d.2015)
Dutch actor/director (You Are My Mother).
American astrologer, a friend, colleague and neighbor of Nan Burket, Dawson, IL.
Norwegian industrialist and jurist. From 1980 to 1987, he was Akergruppen's manager. He was also CEO of Aker AS between 1989 and 1991. From 1991 to 1999, he was the Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise manager.
Russian politician and banker 11th Premier of Soviet Union (d.2003)
French Catholic Sulpician priest, theologian, and theologian. He was Archbishop at Strasbourg from 1997 to 2006.
Dutch writer. A very successful author of children's literature. He won the most important Dutch prize eight years in a row.
American academic who specializes in public policy. He was also the former president of two universities. He was the 15th president of Arizona State University (1990aEUR") and 21st president of University of Vermont (1976aEUR"), respectively. He co-founded the think-tank Center for the Future of Arizona in 2002 and is its CEO and chairman.
American soldier and songwriter (d.2010)
American actor (d.2013)
Irish politician (d. 2007)
Rocker (Alexis Corner Band)
South African anti-apartheid protestor
English architect and golfer
Louisiana, USA; actress (Beverly Hillbillies).
American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher for the NY Mets for one year.
Actress (Man With White Flower).
Since 22 May 2004, he is the 13th Prime Minster of India. He is a renowned economist and is the only Prime Minister to have returned to power since Jawaharlal Naehru after completing a five-year term.
Illinois, USA; comedienne (Spike Jones Show).
Russian writer and dissident
French tennis player, who was an international tennis player. He competed in the Davis Cup several times from 1952 to 1960. On his 80th birthday, 26/09/2011, he died in surgery at Nice, France.
French football/soccer player and team manager.
Mississippi, United States -- Rock vocalist / bassist (Chambers Brothers).
American convicted sex offender. He is best known for kidnapping Steven Stayner, seven years old, in Merced (California).
(Rep-D-Ohio, 1977- )
German operatic tenor, who made his debut in Freiburg in 1956. He was quickly a favorite leading lyric tenor, and he joined the Munich opera in 1960.
Italian ecclesiastic, Roman Catholic Cardinal and Archbishop of Naples. He is one of Italy's most prominent churchmen. Mario Lucio Giordano was his brother and was detained on 8/20/1998. The cardinal was also being investigated for loan sharking, extortion and associating criminals. Numerous police officers searched the cardinal’s office. The Holy See is also following the case, but has not commented …
American actor. His films include "Working Girl", "Three Men & A Baby," and "Children of a Lesser God". He was married once.
Famous birthdays on September 26th, 2023 for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
France sport Champion
Newark, New Jersey -- Long Jumper (1952 Olympics – Silver Medalist).
An American Army soldier who served with the 65th Infantry Regiment during World War II. He was the recipient posthumously of the Medal of Honor in recognition of his actions during combat operations at Kalma-Eri (North Korea) on April 28, 1951.
American football player in National Football League. The Chicago Bears drafted him in the third round, 1951 NFL Draft. He was a college football player at Arizona State University, and was the first College Football All-American. He was inducted into the Arizona State University Sports Hall of Fame. He was 84 years old when he died in Phoenix, Arizona, on …
Benito Mussolini's youngest son, he is an Italian musician and noted family. He was just 17 years old when World War II ended and was terrified to be seen in public for more than a decade. He was finally accepted as one the most prominent jazz pianists in Italy, and toured internationally while recording and broadcasting.
American mechanical engineer and CEO at Conagra, a distributor of commodities, frozen food and dry groceries, is Conagra.
Irish educationist (d. 1990)
American actor (d. 1994).
Florida, USA; actor (Kaz, Alvarez Kelly, King Rat).
France sport Champion
American inventor, doctor, professor at university, and research scientist. Cade received his bachelor's and medical degrees and was made a professor of medicine at the University of Florida. Cade was involved in medical research in many areas, but his most prominent accomplishment is as the head of the research team that created Gatorade. Gatorade could have important medical applications in …
Italian football player and coach (Born 1927).
Mexican botanist, botanist and ecologist who carried out systematic research on vascular plants at the University of Guadalajara.
American actress and breathy blues singer. London released five albums in the 1950s and had the hit song "Cry Me a River". She also had a minor film career, including "On Stage Everybody" 1945 and "Task Force", 1949.
French right-wing writer and author of "AlgA(c]rie franASSaise 1942-1962", in which he claims that France should not have granted independence to Algeria.
French sculptor. Louis Bancel's design and forms work evolved to simplicity and purity. The Association des dA (c)portA (c)s de Buchenwald–Dora asked him to design the monument in memory of the camp's survivors. In the PA"re Lachaise Cemetery, which is dedicated to World War II victims, stands the monumental bronze sculpture. It is supported by a granite support made by …
California, USA; actress (Nurse McCall-Emergency).
Austrian academic and philologist (d. 2011).
American country-western singer/composer who had 43 Top Ten records and authored over 500 songs during a 30-year career. Robbins, who signed his first record contract back in 1952, was a frequent performer on the Grand Ole Opry as well as a Grammy-winner. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1982.
American-Canadian ice hockey player (d. 2012.)
Baseball player (1952 American League Most Valuable Player).
Arizona, USA; singer ("Devil Woman", "I Walk Alone").
He was an Italian actor nominated to the Best Actor Oscar. He also received two Oscar nominations at Cannes and an additional award for his career in movies. He also directed "La Dolce Vita", "Marriage Italian Style" (and "Casanova70"). Hollywood was not the location for any of his 130 films. In 1947's "I Miserabili," his first screen appearance as a …
Indian actor producer and screenwriter (d.2011)
Baron Griffiths English cricketer lawyer, and judge (d.2015)
Diplomat and businessman from England
American football coach, player, and lawyer. He was a halfback at the University of Notre Dame and helped to found the National Football League Players Association.
Greek actor (Born in 1922)
French-born Prince of Russia, pretender to the Russian throne
American writer, noted family member, wife to artist Andrew Wyeth, and mother to famous artist Jamie Wyeth. They had two sons together, Jamie, an artist and Nicholas, an arts dealer. Betsy played a key role in her husband's success by managing his business affairs, and she introduced him to the real woman who modelled for "Christina's World."
American professional baseball outfielder. He played in 104 Major League games with the Chicago Cubs in 1946-48 and 1949 respectively, as well as the Cleveland Indians in 1951. His minor league career spanned from 1940 to 1957. He was 6'1" (1.85m) tall, weighed 185 lbs (84 kg), and he threw and batted left-handed. Maddern was killed on August 9, 1986.
American newspaper columnist and founder of Denver WomenaEUR'tm Press. Melrose was her mother Allene Milton Melrose's first and only child. She was 42 years old at the time. Her father, who was previously widowed, had three children with his first wife in her 20s. Frances was born at home because her mother was afraid of a mix-up and a hospital …
Famous birthdays on September 26th, 2023 for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
California actress (Young & Willing).
Spanish poet and author (d.2012)
Actress (Pamela North-Mrs North), dies at the age of 59
French politician who died 6 August 2012
Welsh author (d. 2013)
Dutch news director (ANP / Reuter)
American military Vice Admiral. Cagle was a veteran of WWII, Korea and Vietnam Wars.
Vietnamese-French theorist and philosopher (d. 1993).
Canadian politician and journalist (d. 1976).
American professional baseball player. Tucker was a center fielder who played nine seasons in Major League Baseball with the Chicago White Sox, and the Cleveland Indians. Tucker had a batting average.255 in 701 games and accumulated 24 triples and nine home runs. He also had 179 runs batted-in (RBI) over his career. Because of his similarity to comedian Joe E. …
French Canadian politician (d. 1976).
France Military man
Norwegian journalist, writer, and public relations manager.
Norwegian scenographer. He was an associate of Det Norske Teatret throughout his career, but he occasionally worked at other theatres. He was an instructor for a time in the 1950's.
Italian mountaineer who conquered K2 7/31/1954
Italian politician, senator, minister, and Christian democrat. Married once and had three children.
American nutritionist and fitness expert (Born in 1914).
American bodybuilder, who still has a remarkable physique in his 80s. He started a chain fitness clubs, which he eventually sold to become "Bali Spas."
German industrialist, Alfred Krupp Industries member. He was married and had three children.
German dramatist (Anne Frank).
Porto Rican artist, painter, and educator. He influenced and taught the work of many well-known artists, including Jaime Carrero and Rafael Rivera Garcia and Susanna Herrero, the printmaker, and Noemi Ruiz.
American radio sportscaster (Born in 1911)
Pathologist-anatomy (Fabric & Stoflongen)
Famous birthdays on September 26th, 2023 for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Mother of Rudy (Mayor R-NYC 1994-2002).
NASCAR was founded by a senior American race car driver (d. 1992).
American politician and lawyer, lieutenant (d. 1977).
American professional astrologer and researcher. She was a charter member of AFA, Secretary of Research and also held other executive astrological positions.
British art expert was exposed as a Soviet spy. He was born in Hungary to a dominating mother and vicar who oversaw the British Embassy in Paris during WW I. His older brother Wilfrid was homosexual, and they kept their secrets from their parents and each other. After WW II, they finally made contact at a social gathering.
Italian artist, painter. Died 23 May 1990.
British spy for the USSR - historian
Dutch boxer. He died 12 February 1992.
Puerto Rican baseball player
Austrian coach and footballer
Puerto Rican baseball player (d.2011)
France sport Champion
Italian mafia chief, gangster, and killer. He was killed in the barber's chair on 10/25/1957, New York.
US gangster (Murder Inc)
Actor (Scarface. Johnny Angel. Mr Ace) dies at 85
Portland, Oregon -- Actor (Too Young To Go Steady)
Belgian supercentenarian, died 24 May 2012 at age 111.
French jewelry designer (d. 1983)