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Search Public Birth Records and Birth Statistics - RecordsFinder The information contained on official state-issued birth certificates or birth records includes the names of both parents, their occupations, addresses, and ethnic origin, and the child's sex, given name, date, time and place of birth. Other information may include the existence of siblings and their ages. Official birth documents are stamped with the seal of the records keeper in the place of birth and kept under lock and key.

These documents are created 3.9 million times a year, one for each child born in the U.S.

For children adopted from other countries by U.S. citizens, a document similar to a birth certificate is issued. It is called a Certificate of Foreign Birth.

Uses for Birth Records

Vital statistics like birth records are used in many ways: to track national and regional health conditions, study mortality rates and causes, to record educational outcomes and to predict population growth and related government revenue.

Individuals likely think of their birth records in terms of gaining government documentation like work permits, social security cards, passports, and admission to schools. The documents are used throughout one's life for identification purposes, as the basis of one's status as a citizen and proof of eligibility for the benefits derived from such. Upon the death of a parent, birth records are also used to claim inheritances or insurance.

Types of birth records

In the United States, local town, city or county clerks are generally the official in charge of birth records, and individuals born after 1960 need to contact that office for an official birth certificate. However, there are different types of birth records and access to most are restricted to direct family members.

The long form birth certificate includes all of the information listed above, including parents' names, occupations, and information on siblings. It is needed to execute legal action like adoption.

The short form birth certificate is an abstract, or summary version of the long form document, usually just containing the name, date, and place of birth. It is acceptable for many general uses from obtaining driver's licenses to school registration.

Certified copies of birth certificates are stamped and signed by the legal authority that controls access to such records. Certified copies may be necessary for government uses.

The words Exemplified and Apostille are sometimes applied to birth records, particularly those necessary for a transaction with a foreign government. Exemplified is a triple-certification of authenticity, requiring both a clerk and a judge to attest to the legitimacy of the document. Apostille is a further certification of authenticating signatures, and both are generally attached to the original document or certificate as an additional page.

Birth Records Statistics Infographic

Birth Records Statistics
Number of births: 3,988,076
Birth Records Statistics
Birth rate: 12.5 per 1,000 population
Birth Records Statistics
Fertility rate: 62.9 births per 1,000 women aged 15-44 years
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Percent born low birth weight: 8.0%
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Percent born preterm: 9.6%
Birth Records Statistics
Percent unmarried: 40.2%
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Mean age at first birth: 26.3

Restrictions on obtaining records

It is difficult - and possibly illegal - to obtain the birth records of a living person who is not a direct family member. Most vital records clerks restrict access to the birth records of anyone born within 100 years, requiring written, notarized permission from the individual whose records are requested and will only provide that document to a close family member (parent, child, spouse etc.). Records more than 100 years old are usually considered public documents and may be accessed through the state's archives.

Changes in birth records

The rise of DNA testing may call into question one of the data points on a birth certificate: paternity. Of the nearly 4 million births in the U.S. each year, about 40 percent are to unwed women. While the father of record (whether married to the mother or not) is usually - but not always -- named on the birth certificate, the availability of DNA testing could change that. Currently about 300,000 DNA tests are performed each year. Simple, commercially available DNA tests may alter birth certificates more often in coming years with the proliferation of this scientific proof of paternity which can then be used to demand financial support and prove lineage. The Supreme Court in the mid-1980s upheld the right of minors under 18 to sue for paternity when the state of Pennsylvania attempted to limit the window on paternity to six years.

While individuals over the age of 18 are permitted to change their legal names with a judge's permission (after a check to ensure it's not being done to defraud anyone), the name on one's birth certificate does not change.

Historical Birth Records on February 20

  • 1494 Johan Friis, chancellor (Denmark, helped formed Lutheranism)
  • 1507 Gentile Bellini, Italian artist (Sultan Mohammed II)
  • 1523 Jan Blahoslav, Czech humanist/bishop (Bohemian brothers)
  • 1632 Thomas Osborne, Duke of Leeds, English PM (1690-94)/founder (Tories)
  • 1633 Jan de Baen, portrait painter/etcher
  • 1656 Johannes Schenck, German/Neth composer, baptised
  • 1734 Franz Ignaz Beck, composer
  • 1745 Johann Peter Salomon, composer
  • 1745 Henry James Pye, English poet (d. 1813)
  • 1751 Johann Heinrich Voß, German poet (d. 1826)
  • 1752 Charles Broche, composer
  • 1753 Louis Alexandre Berthier, French marshal (d. 1815)
  • 1757 John 'Mad Jack' Fuller, English philanthropist (d. 1834)
  • 1763 Adalbert Gyrowetz, composer
  • 1770 Ferdinando Carulli, composer
  • 1779 Augustus Callcott, landscape painter, Kensington
  • 1784 Adam Black, Edinburgh Scotland, politician/publisher
  • 1791 Carl Czerny, Vienna Austria, pianist/composer (Schule der Virtuosen)
  • 1794 William Carleton, Irish novelist (d. 1869)
  • 1796 Eduard W van Dam van Isselt, Dutch military/liberal politician
  • 1802 Charles-Auguste de Beriot, Belgian violinist/composer
  • 1803 Friedrich Theodor Frohlich, composer
  • 1805 Angelina Grimke, reformer/abolitionist/politician/lawyer
  • 1808 Daumier, Marseilles France, artist
  • 1809 Albertus J Duymaer van Twist, gov-gen of Neth-Indies
  • 1809 Henry Walton Wessells, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1889
  • 1816 Josef Michal Ksawery Jan Poniatowski, composer
  • 1819 Alfred Escher, Swiss politician, railroad entrepreneur (d. 1882)
  • 1820 Mahlon Dickerson Manson, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1895
  • 1827 Edward Stuyvesant Bragg, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1912
  • 1835 Allessandro d'Ancona, Italian philologist
  • 1838 James Barbour Terrill, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1864
  • 1839 Benjamin Waugh, American minister; founder of the NSPCC (d. 1908)
  • 1844 Ludwig Eduard Boltzmann, Austria, physicist (statistical mechanics)
  • 1844 Joshua Slocum, Canadian seaman and adventurer (d. 1909)
  • 1848 Edward Henry Harriman, American railroad executive (d. 1909)
  • 1850 Nérée Beauchemin, Canadian physician and poet (d. 1931)
  • 1852 Nikolai Garin [Michailovski], Russian author (Tjoma Kartashov)
  • 1854 Louis F M van Westerhoven, actor/singer/opera director (Youth)
  • 1861 Nicolaas van Meeteren, Curacao, folklorist
  • 1866 Carl Westman, Swedish architect and designer (d. 1936)
  • 1867 Louise, Princess Royal and Duchess of Fife (d. 1931)
  • 1870 Pieter Cornelis Boutens, Holland, mystic poet/scholar (Verzen)
  • 1874 Mary Garden, Aberdeen Scotland, opera star
  • 1876 Fyodor Akimenko, composer
  • 1880 Jacques d'Adelswärd-Fersen, French aristocrat and novelist (d. 1923)
  • 1881 Pedro Munoz Seca, Spanish playwright (Vengeanza de Don Mendo)
  • 1883 Shiga Naoya, Japan, novelist (Road Through Dark Night)
  • 1886 Bela Kun, Czehul Romania, head of Hungarian Soviet Republic (1919)
  • 1887 David McKinley Williams, composer
  • 1887 Hesketh Pearson, England, biographer/playwright (Writ for Libel)
  • 1888 Georges Bernanos, France, novelist (Diary of a Country Priest)
  • 1888 Marie Rambert, Warsaw, English ballet producer/director/teacher
  • 1889 Levko Mykolayevich Revutsky, composer
  • 1893 Russel Crouse, journalist/novelist/playwright (Life with Father)
  • 1893 Elizabeth Holloway Marston, American psychologist (d. 1993)
  • 1895 Freida Geiken, autobiographer (National Historic Taping)
  • 1896 Henri de Lubac sj, French theologist/anti-fascist
  • 1897 Ivan Albright, Illinois, painter (Door, Window)
  • 1899 Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney, LI NY, founder (Pan Am Airways)
  • 1899 Leon Woizikowski, Polish dancer/ballet master (Ballets Russes)
  • 1900 Antonio Veretti, composer
  • 1900 Graham Spry, St Thomas Ontario, Canadian radio pioneer
  • 1900 Jean Negulesco
  • 1901 Ali Muhammad Naguib, Khartoum, president of Egypt (1952-54)
  • 1901 Cecil H King, Irish/British daily newspaper publisher (Daily Mirror)
  • 1901 Henry Eyring, Mexican/US chemist
  • 1901 Louis I Kahn, Estonia, architect (Bryn Mawr dormitory) [or Dec 20]
  • 1901 René Jules Dubos, France, US microbiologist/author (Health & Disease)
  • 1902 Ansel Adams, photographer (1966 ASMP Award)
  • 1903 Ella Maillart, explorer
  • 1903 Karel Janacek, composer
  • 1903 Pierre Charles, Belgian heavyweight boxer
  • 1904 Aleksei N Kosygin, Soviet premier (1964-80)
  • 1904 Armin Loos, composer
  • 1904 Bramwell Fletcher, Yorkshire England, actor (White Cargo, Mummy)
  • 1905 Jascha Golowanjuk, Swedish writer (Acrobat)
  • 1907 Malcolm Atterbury, Phila, actor (Jonas-Thicker than Water, Apples Way)
  • 1907 Nadine Conner, Calif, soprano (Carmen, Pamina-Magic Flute)
  • 1907 Owain Jenkins, company director
  • 1908 Grigori Yakovlevich Bakhchivangi, test pilot (BI-1)
  • 1908 Rosalind Laura Burke, aviatrix
  • 1910 Julian Trevelyan, English Surrealist painter/collage maker
  • 1910 Millicent Fenwick, (Rep-R-NJ 1975-82)
  • 1911 Margot Grahame
  • 1911 Robert Guyn McBride, Tucson Arizona, composer (Mexican Rhapsody)
  • 1912 Pierre Boulle, French author (d. 1994)
  • 1913 Jozef Kresanek, composer
  • 1913 Mary Durack, poet
  • 1913 Rex Tucker, TV writer/director
  • 1914 John Daly, S Africa, newscaster/TV game show host (What's My Line)
  • 1914 Marion Kettlewell, British director (WRNS)
  • 1914 Willem J H Baart, Dutch vicar (Cuentanan di Nanzi)
  • 1915 Philip Friend, Horsham England, actor (Vulture, Fur Collar)
  • 1916 Jackie Gleason, Bkln NY, comedian (Ralph Kramden-Honeymooners)
  • 1916 Julius Juzeliunas, composer
  • 1916 Paul Tripp, NYC, TV host (Mr I Magination)
  • 1917 Frederick Page, CEO (British Aerospace Aircraft Group)
  • 1918 Leonore Annenberg American Billionaire
  • 1920 Armin Schibler, Dutch Swiss composer (Devil in the Winter Palace)
  • 1920 Liesbeth Tonckens, [Wilhelmina], actress/lecturer (Free People)
  • 1920 Evgeny Dragunov, Russian weapons designer (d. 1991)
  • 1921 Amanda Blake, [Beverly], Buffalo NY, actress (Kitty Russell-Gunsmoke)
  • 1921 Joseph Albert Walker, Wash DC, test pilot (X-15)
  • 1921 Nurv Shiner, singer
  • 1921 Ruth Gipps, British(?) conductor/composer
  • 1923 Forbes Burnham, premier Guyana (1964-85)
  • 1924 Gloria Vanderbilt, don't my jeans look great (poor little rich girl)
  • 1924 Sidney Poitier, actor (Porgy & Bess, A Raisin in the Sun) or 1927
  • 1925 Alex La Guma, Cape Town South Africa, novelist (A Walk in the Night)
  • 1925 Pramudya Ananta Tur, Javanese author (Anak semua bangsa)
  • 1925 Robert Altman, Kansas City MO, director (Nashville, M*A*S*H)
  • 1925 Heinz Kluncker, German trade union leader
  • 1926 Cameron Rusby, British Vice-Admiral
  • 1926 Edgar Meuli, cricketer (opened NZ batting in Test v S Africa 1953)
  • 1926 Kenneth H Olsen, US, engineer/founder (Digital Equipment Corp)
  • 1926 Robert Eugene Richards, Ill, pole vaulter (Olympic-gold-48, 52, 56)
  • 1926 Richard Matheson, American author
  • 1927 Roy Cohn, lawyer, "grand inquisitor" (for Sen Joseph McCarthy)
  • 1927 Sidney Poitier, American actor
  • 1928 Donald Longmore, British cardiac surgeon
  • 1928 Elroy Face, baseball pitcher (Pittsburgh Pirates)
  • 1929 Toshiro Mayuzumi, Yokohama Japan, composer (Sphenogramme)
  • 1929 Amanda Blake, American actress (d. 1989)
  • 1930 Bill Walker, British MP
  • 1930 Patricia Smith, New Haven Ct, actress (Bob Newhart Show)
  • 1930 Willie Cunningham, Northern Irish footballer
  • 1932 Adrian Cristobal, Filipino writer (d. 2007)
  • 1933 Hannes Postma, Dutch graphic artist
  • 1934 Bobby Unser, auto racer (1968, 75, 81 Indianapolis 500)
  • 1934 Lady Wharton
  • 1936 Larry Hovis, Wapito Wash, comedian (Gomer Pyle, Hogan's Heroes)
  • 1936 Marj Dusay, [Mahoney], Russell Ks, actress (Kate-Bret Maverick)
  • 1936 Roy Beggs, British MP
  • 1937 David Ackles, Illinois, vocalist/songwriter (American Gothic)
  • 1937 Nancy Wilson, Chillicothe Ohio, jazz vocalist (Feel Like Making Love)
  • 1937 Robert Huber, Munich Germany, biochemist (Nobel 1988)
  • 1937 Roger Penske, auto racer
  • 1938 Jack Bicknell, WLAF head coach (Barcelona Dragons)
  • 1938 Mona Mitchell, Lady-in-Waiting to Princess Alexandra
  • 1939 Barbara Ellis, Olympia Wa, rocker (Fleetwoods)
  • 1939 Roy George Elroy Josephs, jazz dance teacher
  • 1939 Frank Arundel, English footballer
  • 1940 Barbara Laine Ellis, singer
  • 1940 Christoph Eschenbach, Breslau, Germany, pianist/conductor
  • 1940 Jimmy Greaves, British broadcaster/soccer player
  • 1940 RA Weiss, director (Institute of Cancer Research)
  • 1940 V Payne, British headmistress (Malvern Girls' College)
  • 1941 Buffy Sainte-Marie, Maine, folksinger (Now That the Buffalo Are Gone)
  • 1942 Charlie Gillett, Lancashire, rock broadcaster (Sound of the City)
  • 1942 Claude Miller, director (Garde a Vue, Little Thief, Wild Child)
  • 1942 David O'Dowd, Chief Constable (Northamptonshire)
  • 1942 Mitch McConnell, (Sen-R-KY, 1985- )
  • 1942 Peter Strauss, Croton-on-Hudson NY, actor (Rich Man Poor Man)
  • 1942 Phil Esposito, NHL center/GM (Bruins, Rangers)
  • 1943 Aleksandr Pavlovich Alexandrov, Russian, cosmonaut (Soyuz T-9, TM-3)
  • 1943 Antonio Inoki, [Kanji Rikidozan], wrestler (NJPW/JWA)
  • 1943 Lord McNally
  • 1943 Mike Leigh, dramatist/director (High Hopes, Secrets & Lies)
  • 1944 Lew Soloff, Bkln NY, rocker (Blood, Sweat & Tears)
  • 1944 Roger Knapman, British MP
  • 1944 Willem van Hanegem, Dutch soccer champ/coach (Feyenoord)
  • 1944 Robert de Cotret, French Canadian politician (d. 1999)
  • 1945 Alan Hull, singer/composer
  • 1945 Andrew Bergman, director/screenwriter (Soapdish, Honeymoon in Vegas)
  • 1945 Brion James, American actor (d. 1999)
  • 1945 Annu Kapoor, Indian actor
  • 1946 Brenda Blethyn, actress (Secrets & Lies)
  • 1946 J[erome] Geils, NYC, rock guitarist (J Geils Band-Centerfold)
  • 1946 Mieke H A Boers-Wijnberg, Dutch MP (CDA)
  • 1946 Sandy Duncan, Henderson Tx, actress (Hogan Family)
  • 1947 Andre van Duin, [Kyvon], Dutch entertainer (Bloemkoole)
  • 1947 Jennifer O'Neill, Rio de Janeiro Brazil, actress (Summer of '42)
  • 1947 Eggert Magnusson, Icelandic football executive
  • 1947 Peter Osgood, English footballer (d. 2006)
  • 1947 Peter Strauss, American actor
  • 1948 A C Fabian, astronomer
  • 1948 Barry Wordsworth, conductor
  • 1948 Billy Zoom, musician
  • 1948 Gerda Boykin, LPGA golfer
  • 1948 John Browne, group chief executive, British Petroleum Company
  • 1949 Eddie Hemmings, cricket off-spinner (immense England)
  • 1949 Ivana Trump, Gottwaldov Cz, ex-wife of Donald Trump (1st Wives Club)
  • 1950 John Voldstad, Oslo Norway, actor (Darryl-Newhart)
  • 1950 Walter Becker, NYC, rock bassist (Steely Dan-Peg)
  • 1950 Ken Shimura, Japanese performer and actor
  • 1951 Bonnie Lauer, LPGA golfer
  • 1951 Edward Albert, LA Ca, actor (Jeff-Falcon Crest, Butterflies are Free)
  • 1951 Gordon Brown, British MP
  • 1951 Kathy Baillie, Morristown NJ, country vocalist (Baille Boys-Oh Heart)
  • 1951 Phil Neal, English soccer player
  • 1951 Randy California, [Wolfe], Cal, guitarist (Spirit-I Got a Line on You)
  • 1952 Catherine Cummins, Clintwood Va, 1st of 5 siblings born on 2/20
  • 1953 Carol Cummins, Clintwood Va, 2nd of 5 siblings born on 2/20
  • 1953 Riccardo Chailly, Milan Italy, conductor (West Berlin Symph Orch)
  • 1953 Poison Ivy, American musician (The Cramps)
  • 1954 Anthony Stewart Head, actor (Buffy Vampire Slayer)
  • 1954 Jon Brant, rock bassist (Cheap Trick)
  • 1954 Patty Hearst Shaw, SF, famous kidnap hostage (Tanya)
  • 1954 Vasili Vasilyevich Tsibliyev, Rus col/cosmonaut (Soyuz TM-17, TM-25)
  • 1955 Kelsey Grammer, Virgin Islands, actor (Fraiser Crane-Cheers/Fraiser)
  • 1956 Charles Cummins, Clintwood Va, 3rd of 5 siblings born on 2/20
  • 1956 Charlie Adler, American voice actor
  • 1957 Glen Hanlon, Canadian ice hockey coach
  • 1958 Carol Ficatier, Auscene France, playmate (December, 1985)
  • 1958 James Wilby, Burma, actor (Howards End, Maurice)
  • 1959 Bill Gullickson, US baseball pitcher (Detroit Tigers)
  • 1959 Joel Rifkind, NY serial killer
  • 1959 Scott Evans Brayton, racing car driver
  • 1960 Kee Marcello, rocker (Europe-Final Countdown)
  • 1960 Mark Reilly, [Matt Bianco], rocker (Indio-Big Harvest)
  • 1960 Joel Hodgson, American comedian (Mystery Science Theater 3000)
  • 1960 Kee Marcello, Swedish guitarist
  • 1961 Claudia Cummins, Clintwood Va, 4th of 5 siblings born on 2/20
  • 1961 Imogen Stubbs, Rothbury England, actress (Summer Story)
  • 1961 Steve Lundquist, US swimmer (Olympics-2 gold-1984)
  • 1962 Adam Schreiber, NFL center/guard (Atlanta Falcons, NY Giants)
  • 1962 Joel Ellis, rocker
  • 1962 Ria Coyne, Scranton Penn, comedienne (Betsy-Batman Forever)
  • 1962 Kenn Nesbitt, American children's author
  • 1963 Charles Barkley, Leads Ab, NBA forward (Phoenix, Rockets, Oly-gold-96)
  • 1963 Ian Brown, English rock vocalist (Stone Roses-Made of Stone)
  • 1963 William Baldwin, NY, actor (Backdraft, Sliver, Flatliners)
  • 1963 Marilisa Xenogiannakopoulou, Greek politician
  • 1963 Jon Lynn Christensen, former Nebraska Congressman
  • 1964 Christian Ruuttu, Lappeenranta FIN, hockey forward (Team Finland)
  • 1964 French Stewart, NM, actor (Harry Solomon-Third Rock From the Sun)
  • 1964 Jeffrey Allan Maggert, Columbia MO, PGA golfer (1993 Walt Disney)
  • 1964 Terry Ilous, rock vocalist (XYZ, Cannibal Jacket) [or Jun 28]
  • 1964 Rodney Rowland, American actor
  • 1965 Federica Moro, Carate Brianza Italy, Miss Italy (1982)
  • 1966 Britt Hager, NFL linebacker (Denver Broncos, St Louis Rams)
  • 1966 Cecilia Cummins, Clintwood Va, 5th of 5 siblings born on 2/20
  • 1966 Cindy Crawford, Dekalb Ill, super model (Sports Illustrated Swimsuit)
  • 1966 Dennis Allen Mitchell, Cherry Point NC, 100m/200m (Olympics-silver-96)
  • 1966 Derek Lilliquist, US baseball pitcher (Cleveland Indians, Atl Braves)
  • 1967 Andrew Shue, actor (Melrose Place)
  • 1967 Broderick Thomas, NFL linebacker (Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Minn, Cowboys)
  • 1967 Chris Singleton, NFL linebacker (Miami Dolphins)
  • 1967 Kurt Cobain, rock vocalist (Nirvana)/husband of Courtney Love
  • 1967 Kurt Knudsen, US baseball pitcher (Detroit Tigers)
  • 1967 Lili Taylor, actress (Ransom, Short Cuts)
  • 1967 Rebekka Lynn Armstrong, Bakersfield Ca, playmate (Sep, 1986)
  • 1967 Theresa Luke, Vancouver BC, rower (Olympics-96)
  • 1967 Tom Waddle, NFL player (Chicago Bears/Cincinnati Bengals)
  • 1967 Katherine Soucie, American voice actress
  • 1968 Bennie Goods, CFL defensive tackle (Edmonton Eskimos)
  • 1968 Lorraine Olivia, Geneva Ill, playmate (Nov, 1990)
  • 1968 Ted Hankey, English darts player
  • 1969 Tommy Vardell, NFL running back (Cleve Browns, Detroit Lions)
  • 1969 [Touchdown] Tommy Vardell, NFL running back (Cleveland Browns)
  • 1969 Vaginal Davis, American drag queen and performance artist
  • 1969 Gedo, Japanese professional wrestler
  • 1970 Bryan Robinson, defensive end (St Louis Rams)
  • 1970 Cheyenne Brando, Papeete Tahiti, daughter of Marlon
  • 1970 Jeff Robinson, NFL defensive end (Denver Broncos, St Louis Rams)
  • 1970 Leo Stefan, Chelyabinsk RUS, hockey forward (Team Germany)
  • 1971 Jari Litmanen, soccer player (Ajax)
  • 1971 Shalanda Burt, US murderess
  • 1971 Shawn McKenzie, American programmer
  • 1972 Corinna Harney, Bremerhaven Germany, playmate (Aug, 1991)
  • 1972 K-OS, Canadian musician/rapper
  • 1973 Vladimir Iiic, WLAF defensive end (Barcelona Dragons, Rhein Fire)
  • 1974 Katerina Kroupova, Olomouc Czech, tennis star (1994 Futures-Sofia-BUL)
  • 1974 Ophelie Winter, French actress
  • 1975 Brendan Witt, Humboldt, NHL defenseman (Washington Capitals)
  • 1975 Brian Littrell, singer (Backstreet Boys)
  • 1975 Ismael Kirui, Marakwet Kenya, 5k runner
  • 1975 Liván Hernández, Cuban baseball player
  • 1976 Rohan Gavaskar, Left-handed batsman, India ODI 2004 (son of Sunil Gavaskar)
  • 1976 Ed Graham, English drummer (The Darkness)
  • 1976 Gail Kim, Canadian professional wrestler
  • 1977 Sarah Ryan, Adelaide SA Australia, swimmer (Olympics-96)
  • 1977 Stephon Marbury, NBA guard (Minn Timberwolves)
  • 1977 Veronica Ledesma, Miss Universe-Argentina (1996)
  • 1977 Bartosz Kizierowski, Polish swimmer
  • 1977 T.J. Slaughter, American football player
  • 1977 Amal Hijazi, Lebanese singer and model
  • 1978 Andrea Moody, Abbotsford BC, 4X100 swimmer (Olympics-96)
  • 1978 Lauren Ambrose, American actress
  • 1978 Jakki Degg, English glamour model/actress
  • 1978 Jay Hernandez, American actor
  • 1978 Julia Jentsch, German actress
  • 1980 Artur Boruc, Polish footballer
  • 1980 Imanol Harinordoquy, French rugby union footballer
  • 1981 Tony Hibbert, English footballer
  • 1981 Chris Thile, American musician
  • 1982 Jason Hirsh, American baseball player
  • 1983 Jose Morales, Puerto Rican baseball player
  • 1983 Justin Verlander, American baseball player
  • 1985 Ryan Sweeney, American baseball player
  • 1985 Yulia Volkova, Russian singer (t.A.T.u.)
  • 1988 Rihanna, Barbadian singer
  • 1989 Melanie Leishman, Canadian actress

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