74 Year Old Celebrities

1. Marcheline Bertrand (1950)

American Actress And Producer

Remembered best as the mother of Hollywood A-List actress Angelina Jolie, she is also notable for having founded charities called Give Love Give Life and the All Tribes Foundation. In...

2. Tom Petersson (1950)


Bassist and occasional guitarist for the rock band Cheap Trick, the group known for hits like "I Want You to Want Me."

3. Mark L. Taylor (1950)

American Actor

American television actor who has appeared on various shows including Ally McBeal and Boston Legal. He also directed the Disney Channel original movie Den Brother.

4. Karen Joy Fowler (1950)

Novelist Short Story Writer Edit

An American author of works focusing on the lives of nineteenth-century women, she is best known for The Jane Austen Book Club, a bestselling novel that was adapted into a...

5. Stevie Wonder (1950)

American Singer-songwriter

Motown prodigy and multi-instrumentalist who broke the record for Grammy Awards held by a solo artist with twenty-two titles and released over thirty top ten hits during his career.

6. Narendra Modi (1950)

Indian Politician

Became the 15th Prime Minister of India in May 2014 as a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party. He previously served as Chief Minister of the Indian state of Gujarat,...

7. Victoria Principal (1950)


Television actress best known for her role as Pamela Ewing on the soap opera Dallas. She also appeared in the films The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean and...

8. Zaha Hadid (1950)


The first woman and first Muslim to receive the Pritzker Prize in architecture in 2004. She was also awarded the Stirling Prize in 2010 and 2011. She was known for...

9. Donita K. Paul (1950)


American Christian fiction author best known for her series The DragonKeeper Chronicles. She has also written romance novels under the pseudonym Kathleen Paul.

10. Laura Esquivel (1950)

Mexican Writer

Mexican novelist and politician best known for her 1989 debut novel, Like Water for Chocolate. Her other published works include The Law of Love (1996) and Malinche (2006). In 2012...

11. Matthew Chapman (1950)


Matthew Chapman is a famous Journalist, who was born on September 2, 1950 in United Kingdom. Journalist, screenwriter and author who has written films like Runaway Jury, The Ledge and...

12. Kevin White (1950)

Sports Executive

NCAA athletic director who held the position at many schools, including Notre Dame and Duke.

13. William Sadler (1950)

American Stage, Film, And Televi

Accomplished film actor who has been featured in Man on a Ledge, Eagle Eye, and The Shawshank Redemption. His other films include Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Iron Man 3.

14. Sue Thomas (1950)


A famous lip-reader and author, she published Silent Night, a memoir of her experiences as the first deaf undercover investigator for the FBI. She worked for the FBI during the...

15. Noel Jones (1950)

Religious Leader

Pentecostal pastor who led over 17,000 congregation members at the City of Refuge Church, a megachurch in California.

16. Ronald McNair (1950)

Physicist Astronaut

The second African American in space, he died tragically in the Challenger explosion.

17. Tim Bishop (1950)

American Politician

Politician and Democrat who became Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from New York's 1st district in 2003.

18. George Nelson (1950)


Retired NASA astronaut and veteran of three space flights. A member of the United States Astronaut Hall of Fame, he won numerous honors, including several NASA Space Flight Medals and...

19. Pat Sullivan (1950)

Football Coach

TCU's head coach from 1992 to 1997; formerly played quarterback in the NFL for the Falcons and Redskins and won the Heisman Trophy in 1971 at Auburn University.

20. Bonnie Lythgoe (1950)


British former dancer, director choreographer who found success with West End productions like Peter Pan and Cinderella. She later became known to international audiences by becoming a judge on the...

21. Anne, Princess Royal (1950)


The only daughter of Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth II, who is known for her charitable work and philanthropy. She became the first member of the British Royal Family to...

22. Susan George (1950)

Movie Actress

Susan George is a famous Movie Actress, who was born on July 26, 1950 in United Kingdom. 1970s movie star and sex icon who became known for her roles in...

23. Roy Williams (1950)


Hall of Fame men's basketball coach known for his success at both the University of Kansas and the University of North Carolina. He became the first coach to lead two...

24. Brian Doyle (1950)


Former Deputy Press Secretary for the United States Department of Homeland Security, made famous for seducing a 14 year-old-girl.

25. Jorie Graham (1950)


Poet who won the 1996 Pulitzer Prize for The Dream of the Unified Field: Selected Poems 1974-1994. Her other works include San Sepolcro, Salmon, and Spoken from the Hedgerows.

26. Philip Lee Williams (1950)

American Writer

An American novelist, poet, documentary filmmaker, and essayist, he is best known for his novels, A Distant Flame (2004) and Slow Dance in Autumn (1988). The former work received the Michael...

27. Sonia Manzano (1950)

American Television Personality

Known best for her role as Maria in the acclaimed American children's series Sesame Street. She also earned more than ten Emmy Awards for her screenwriting work on the popular...

28. Hickok45 (1950)

YouTube Star

YouTube personality and firearm content creator who is known for publishing a variety of family friendly shooting videos on his hickok45 channel. He has more than 6 million subscribers on the...

29. Kevin Porter (1950)


Point guard who led the NBA in assists four times and retired with a career average of 8.1 assists per game.

30. Mike Campbell (1950)


Rock guitarist, songwriter, and record producer who performed with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.

31. Jordan Clarke (1950)


American actor best known for his Daytime Emmy-winning role as Billy Lewis on the soap opera Guiding Light, a role he played from 1982-2009. He has also appeared on other...

32. John Still (1950)


Soccer manager known for his organized, direct strategies who signed on to manage Luton Town in 2013.

33. Richard Nelson (1950)


Author of the Tony Award-winning musical adaptations of James Joyce's The Dead and the Broadway version of Chess.

34. Tom Sullivan (1950)

Basketball Coach

College basketball coach at New Hampshire and Maryland. He spent his last ten coaching seasons with the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, winning multiple coaching awards before retiring in 2004.

35. Tarek El-Telmissany (1950)


One of Egypt's most famous cinematographers, he became known mostly for working on documentaries.

36. Fausto Silva (1950)

Tv Presenter

Television personality most famous for being the longtime host of the Brazilian variety show Domingão do Faustão, on which he debuted in 1989. He has also been the presenter of such...

37. Agnetha Fältskog (1950)

Swedish Recording Artist And Ent

Swedish singer who joined husband Bjorn Ulvaeus in ABBA, the group known for songs like "Dancing Queen."

38. Rebbie Jackson (1950)

American Singer And Member Of Th

The oldest child in the Jackson family who performed with her siblings and was on the TV series The Jacksons.

39. John Hughes (1950)


Writer and director of some of the most successful films of the 1980s and 1990s, including Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Pretty in Pink, The Breakfast Club, National Lampoon's Vacation, Sixteen Candles, and Home Alone.

40. Fran Lebowitz (1950)

Writer Public Speaker

An American speaker, author, and social commentator, she is known for essay collections such as Metropolitan Life, Social Studies, and The Fran Lebowitz Reader. Her other works include Progress and...

41. Ian Thomas (1950)

Rock Singer

Canadian rocker of the 1970s who had a hit in 1973 with "Painted Ladies."

42. Charles Bernstein (1950)


American Language Poet, author, and scholar known for All the Whiskey in Heaven, Republics of Reality, and other works. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, he edited the famous...

43. Debbie Allen (1950)

Actress Choreographer Television

Dancer, choreographer, and actress known for her work on the 1982 series Fame, in which she both played Lydia Grant and served as principal choreographer. She's also played Catherine Avery...

44. Howard Ashman (1950)

American Playwright And Lyricist

Playwright and lyricist for such Disney films as Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin, usually with Alan Menken.

45. Tina Weymouth (1950)

American Musician

Bassist and founding member of the new wave group Talking Heads who also started the band Tom Tom Club, the group known for "Genius of Love."

46. Eric Carr (1950)

American Musician

American musician best known as one of the drummers for the glam rock band KISS. He replaced Peter Criss, the original drummer for the band. His birth name is Paul Charles Caravello.

47. Dr. Phil (1950)

TV Show Host

Dr. Phil is a famous TV Show Host, who was born on September 1, 1950 in United States. Pop culture self-help guru who began his career on an Oprah Winfrey...

48. Richard Branson (1950)

English Business Magnate

British entrepreneur who founded the Virgin Group, which included Virgin Records, Virgin Airlines, and hundreds of other companies.

49. Christopher Wilkinson (1950)


Screenwriter who is best known for penning the 1995 Oliver Stone film, Nixon.

50. Joe Ferguson (1950)

American Football Player

Former NFL quarterback who was a third-round 1973 NFL Draft pick, signing with the Buffalo Bills and going on to play for a total of five teams.

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