Famous November Birthdays

Famous November Birthdays, Famous November Birthdays. November is a month for giving thanks, but it’s also the month a band leader, a tennis legend, and a televangelist celebrate their birthdays. See who else will turn a year older this month.
Troy Aikman birthday: November 21, 1966 Former NFL quarterback Troy Aikman took his team to three Super Bowls and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2008. Currently, he is a sportscaster for FOX Sports.
Roseanne Barr birthday: November 3, 1952 Raunchy comedian Roseanne Barr brought the plight of the blue-collar family to millions of viewers for nine seasons on the popular sitcom “Roseanne.” She’s back on television in a new reality show that documents her life as a macadamia nut farmer.
+Joe biden's birthday: November 20, 1942 Joe Biden spent 36 years in the Senate before assuming his current position as the Vice President of the United States. He has hit the campaign trail again in preparation for the 2014 election.
John Boehner birthday: November 17, 1949 Speaker of the House John Boehner, a Republican representative, assumed his role in January. He has been in a long-term debate with President Obama over the national job plan and recently spoke with the president about the issue.
Lisa Bonet birthday: November 16, 1967 Best known for her role as Denise Huxtable on “The Cosby Show,” Lisa Bonet was instrumental in the start of the spin-off show “A Different World” though she left the show early on. She appeared in “Biker Boyz” with a former “A Different World” co-star.
Rita Mae Brown birthday: Author Rita Mae Brown is best known for "Rubyfruit Jungle," her first novel. She has written several novels since, including a mystery series she "coauthored" with her cat Sneaky Pie Brown. rita mae brown birth
Barbara and Jenna Bush birthday: November 25, 1981 Former "First Twins" Jenna and Barbara Bush were the first twin children of a U.S. president. Barbara is the co-founder and CEO of Global Health Corps, and Jenna has authored two books that promote education.
Laura Bush birthday: November 4, 1946 Former first lady Laura Bush spent her years in the White House focusing on women's issues and literacy. She released her autobiography in 2010. laura w bush institute for women's health, national book festival,
Miley Cyrus birthday: November 23, 1992 Teen star Miley Cyrus found fame with her hit musical show “Hannah Montana.” She bridged her Disney Channel fame into a solo music career and a film career.
Kim Delaney birthday: November 29, 1958 “NYPD Blue” star Kim Delaney got her start on a popular daytime soap opera. Currently, she stars on the drama “Army Wives.”
Leonardo DiCaprio birthday: November 11, 1974 “Inception” star Leonardo DiCaprio is set to star in the title role of the newest film adaptation of the classic novel “The Great Gatsby”.
Kevin Eubanks birthday: November 15, 1957 Jazz guitarist Kevin Eubanks is best known as leader of the “Tonight Show with Jay Leno” band. Though he returned to the show after Jay’s hiatus, he made headlines when he chose to leave the show soon after his return.
Art Garfunkel birthday: November 5, 1941 Half of the popular folk duo Simon and Garfunkel, Art Garfunkel had a successful solo music and acting career. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990. simon and garfunkel,
Billy Graham birthday: November 7, 1918 Christian evangelist Billy Graham, best known for his television and radio crusades, held audience with 12 past U.S. presidents. His message is also spread through his numerous books.
Ken Griffey Jr. birthday: November 21, 1969 Former MLB player Ken Griffey Jr. spent 21 years in the league with three teams, retiring with the same team that drafted him. He had his own line of Nike shoes.
Kathy Griffin birthday: November 4, 1960 Former self-proclaimed D-list comedian Kathy Griffin made the A-list with her reality show and as a red carpet commentator. Catch her live comedy show to see what she’ll say next.
Anne Hathaway birthday: November 12, 1982 “Princess Diaries” star Anne Hathaway traded her tiara for claws and a catsuit for her upcoming role as Catwoman in “Dark Knight Rises.” She is the new face for Tod’s, the luxury accessories line.
Goldie Hawn birthday : November 21, 1945 Widely recognized as the giggly blond from the 1960s sketch comedy show “Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In,” Goldie Hawn went on to have a successful career in hit movies like “First Wives Club.” She has appeared in several movies with her long-time partner Kurt Russell.
Katherine Heigl birthday: November 24, 1978 Former “Grey’s Anatomy” star Katherine Heig won an Emmy Award for her role in 2007. She married singer Josh Kelley the same year, and the couple adopted a daughter two years later.
Billy Idol birthday: November 30, 1955 Punk rocker Billy Idol made his mark on MTV with his glam music videos. With several hit albums under his belt, he continues to tour and record.
Caroline Kennedy birthday: November 27, 1957 Caroline Kennedy has lived up to her famous family name as an attorney and author. Neil Diamond revealed that she was the inspiration for his song “Sweet Caroline”.
Billie Jean King birthday: November 22, 1943 Tennis legend Billie Jean King proved she could play with the men when she won “The Battle of the Sexes” against Bobby Riggs in 1973. The USTA Billie Jean King Tennis Center is home to the U.S. Open tennis tournament.
Nick Lachey birthday: November 9, 1973 Former boy band member, Nick Lachey got his start in reality television with the show, “Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica” with his now-ex-wife Jessica Simpson. His love life made headlines again when he married Vanessa Minnillo in July.
Lyle Lovett birthday: November 1, 1957 Country singer-songwriter Lyle Lovett brings swing, blues, and jazz influences into his unique sound. His acting career produced a short-lived marriage to one of his co-stars.
Rachel McAdams birthday: November 17, 1978 Hollywood sweetheart Rachel McAdams won the hearts of her audience in movies like “The Notebook” and “The Time Traveler’s Wife.” After a public relationship and breakup with a former co-star she is currently dating actor Michael Sheen.
Donovan McNabb birthday : November 25, 1976 Pro Bowler Donovan McNabb was a first-round draft pick by the Philadelphia Eagles in 1999. He earned a trip to Super Bowl XXXIX, but the Eagles did not get the win.
Nelly birthday: November 2, 1974 Rap star Nelly’s style is influenced by his hometown, which allowed him to crossover into pop music and country. Diverse in his interests, he owns a popular women’s clothing line and is active in the “Do Something” campaign.
Chris Noth birthday: November 13, 1954
Chris Noth gained fame as bad boy Mr. Big on “Sex and the City” and in both spin-off movies. Currently he stars on the hit drama “The Good Wife.”
P.J. O'Rourke birthday: Political humorist P.J. O'Rourke has authored several books, with three titles reaching The New York Times bestsellers list. He's worked on "Real Time with Bill Maher" as a reporter during the 2008 presidential election and as a commentator on "60 Minutes."
Prince Charles birthday: November 14, 1948 Prince Charles is the longest-serving heir apparent, surpassing Prince Edward in April 2011. He performs his official duties alongside his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
Ellen Pompeo birthday: November 10, 1969 Best known for her role as Dr. Meredith Grey on the hit drama “Grey’s Anatomy,” Ellen Pompeo earned a Golden Globe nomination for that role in 2007. She married record producer Chris Ivery, and the couple welcomed a daughter in 2009.
Bonnie Raitt birthday: November 8, 1949 Blues singer Bonnie Raitt hit commercial success with rock hits such as “Something to Talk About”. A long-time activist, she was one of the founders of Musicians United for Safe Energy.
Gordon Ramsay birthday: November 8, 1966 "Hell's Kitchen" chef Gordon Ramsay's abrasive and intimidating demeanor in the kitchen lives up to the show's name. In addition to his television tirades, he owns several restaurants and has a line of cookware.
Condoleezza Rice birthday: November 14, 1954 Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice returned to teaching at Stanford University, where she served as provost before her time in Washington, D.C. An accomplished pianist, she performs publicly and has even performed for royalty.
Sam Shepard birthday: November 5, 1943 Actor, director and playwright Sam Shepard recently returned to the silver screen in the western "Blackthorn" . His play "Buried Child" earned him the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1979.
Maria Shriver birthday: November 6, 1955 Former first lady of California Maria Shriver enjoyed a successful career as a television journalist and best-selling author. Though she is going through a public divorce from Arnold Schwarzenegger, she is working to empower women through The Women’s Conference. maria shriver women's conference,
Jon Stewart birthday: November 28, 1962 Stand up comedian and host of “The Daily Show,” Jon Stewart doles out satirical critiques of politics and the news media. He has authored several best-selling books; the last two as a co-author with “The Daily Show” writers.
Josh Turner birthday: November 20, 1977 Deep voiced country singer Josh Turner broke onto the Nashville scene with his first hit “Long Black Train” . He was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry in 2007.
Ted Turner birthday: November 19, 1938 Media billionaire Ted Turner created the news network CNN and the cable channel TNT. A former owner of a major league baseball team, he also started the Goodwill Games.
Tina Turner birthday: November 26, 1939 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame singer Tina Turner has enjoyed a career that has lasted for more than 50 years and included a stint in acting. “Rolling Stone” named her one of the “100 Greatest Artists”.
Jaleel White birthday: November 27, 1976 Jaleel White played the whiney-voiced nerd Steve Urkel on the long-running sitcom “Family Matters.” Recently he starred in the music video for Cee Lo Green’s song “Cry Baby”.
Owen Wilson birthday: November 18, 1968 Owen Wilson got his film start with his former college roommate, and current Hollywood film director, as actor and co-writer of “Bottle Rocket.” The blockbuster actor welcomed a son born in January.
Anna Wintour birthday: November 3, 1949 Editor in chief of Vogue magazine, Anna Wintour is said to be the inspiration for the character Miranda Priestly from “The Devil Wears Prada,” which was written by her former assistant. Her use and promotion of fur has made her a target of animal rights activists, including PETA.

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