The Famous Birthdays: Celebrity birthdays and famous people biographies

April 20th famous birthdays

Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler (1889 - 1945)

Austrian-German politician and author, Dictator of Nazi Germany

Felix Mallard

Felix Mallard (23)

Australian actor

Miranda Kerr

Miranda Kerr (38)

Australian model

Carmen Electra

Carmen Electra (49)

American actress

Gigi Gorgeous

Gigi Gorgeous (29)

Canadian actress, model, and YouTube star

Shemar Moore

Shemar Moore (51)

American actor

Mini Barbie

Mini Barbie (18)

American rapper and social media star

Carly Rose Sonenclar

Carly Rose Sonenclar (22)

American actress and singer

Jessica Lange

Jessica Lange (72)

American actress

George Takei

George Takei (84)

American actor

Lu Han

Lu Han (31)

Chinese singer

Spencer X

Spencer X (29)

American Beatboxer and social media star

Josiah Brooks

Josiah Brooks (32)

Australian YouTuber

Joey Lawrence

Joey Lawrence (45)

American actor

Andy Serkis

Andy Serkis (57)

English actor

Felix Baumgartner

Felix Baumgartner (52)

Austrian skydiver

Luther Vandross

Luther Vandross (1951 - 2005)

American singer, songwriter, and record producer

Crispin Glover

Crispin Glover (57)

American actor

Carlos Valdes

Carlos Valdes (32)

Colombian-American actor and singer

Mike's Dead

Mike's Dead (26)

American singer

Ryan O'Neal

Ryan O'Neal (80)

American actor

Lovell Stanton

Lovell Stanton (27)

American YouTuber

Bryce McQuaid

Bryce McQuaid (26)

American YouTube star

Mike Portnoy

Mike Portnoy (54)

American musician

Maemae Renfrow

Maemae Renfrow (24)

American film and television actress

Chester See

Chester See (38)

American YouTuber and actor

Tan France

Tan France (38)

English fashion designer

xbrayan

xbrayan (18)

American YouTuber

Henry Baer

Henry Baer (18)

American social media star

Samuel Tabor

Samuel Tabor (27)

American YouTuber

John Paul Stevens

John Paul Stevens (1920 - 2019)

American jurist and lawyer

Veronica Cartwright

Veronica Cartwright (72)

American actress

Hadley Walts

Hadley Walts (21)

American reality star

Clint Howard

Clint Howard (62)

American actor

Luke Kuechly

Luke Kuechly (30)

American football player

Ronald Speirs

Ronald Speirs (1920 - 2007)

American army officer

Alix Traeger

Alix Traeger (28)

American YouTuber

Jake Neal

Jake Neal (29)

American esports player

Danny Granger

Danny Granger (38)

American basketball player

Shay Given

Shay Given (45)

Irish footballer

Napoleon III of France

Napoleon III of France (1808 - 1873)

French President and Emperor

Curt Hawkins

Curt Hawkins (36)

American wrestler

Tito Puente

Tito Puente (1923 - 2000)

American jazz musician and producer

Don Mattingly

Don Mattingly (60)

American baseball player

Aubrey de Grey

Aubrey de Grey (58)

British biomedical gerontologist

Thein Sein

Thein Sein (76)

Burmese politician

On this day

April 20 in History

  • 1715

    April 20, 1715:

    A play by English writer, Nicholas Rowe, titled "The Tragedy of Lady Jane Grey" is first performed. The event took place in London.

  • 1777

    April 20, 1777:

    The city of New York agrees to a new constitution as it seeks to become an independent state. The document included the state’s own Constitutional Law, as well as, the declaration of their independence from their British rulers.

  • 1785

    April 20, 1785:

    King George III appoints Thomas Warton as British Poet Laureate. Warton is known for his numerous works including “The Pleasures of Melancholy”.

  • 1799

    April 20, 1799:

    Friedrich von Schiller's series of plays titled "Wallensteins Tod" makes its first showing. The theatrical work is made up of dramas like “The Piccolomini (Die Piccolomini)” and “Wallenstein's Camp (Wallensteins Lager)”.

  • 1887

    April 20, 1887:

    Le Velocipede, a French newspaper, organizes the world’s first-ever motor race. Georges Bouton, who rode a quadricycle, would go on to win the event.

  • 1920

    April 20, 1920:

    The popular radio program titled “Big Show” comes to an end after two years of running. The show was aired on the NBC radio network. It featured top talents like Milton Berle, Gloria Swanson, and Louis Armstrong.

  • 1931

    April 20, 1931:

    Celebrated American composer and trumpeter, Louis Armstrong, releases "When It's Sleepy Time Down South". The song was used in Nina Mae McKinney’s movie titled “Safe in Hell by”.

  • 1968

    April 20, 1968:

    Rock band, Deep Purple, performs on stage for the first time. The group comprises of musicians like Nick Simper, Jon Lord, and Ritchie Blackmore.

  • 1972

    April 20, 1972:

    "Lord Byron", an opera by Virgil Thomson, premieres in New York City. It is Thomson's last work.

  • 1993

    April 20, 1993:

    Canadian songwriter and singer, Shania Twain, releases eponymous first album. It contains hit songs like "Dance with the One That Brought You" and "What Made You Say That".