On This Day

Famous Birthdays on September 26 (Part 2)

  • 1979 Jaycie Phelps, American gymnast (Olympic gold team 1996), born in Indianapolis, Indiana
  • 1979 Fuifui Moimoi, New Zealand (Tongan) rugby league footballer, born in Nuku'alofa, Tonga
  • 1979 Jon Harley, English footballer, born in Maidstone, United Kingdom
  • 1980 Patrick Friesacher, Austrian race car driver, born in Wolfsberg, Austria
  • 1980 Henrik and Daniel Sedin, Swedish ice hockey players, born in Örnsköldsvik, Sweden
  • 1981 Collien Fernandes, German TV host and actress, born in Hamburg, Germany
  • 1981 Christina Milian [Flores], American actress (Grandfathered), and singer (A.M. To P.M.), born in Jersey City, New Jersey

Serena Williams

1981 Serena Williams, American tennis player (23 Grand Slam titles), born in Saginaw, Michigan

  • 1982 Miguel Alfredo Portillo, Argentine footballer, born in Gobernador Virasoro, Argentina
  • 1982 Rob Burrow, English rugby league halfback (England 15 Tests, GB 5 Tests; Super League C'ships 2004, 07-09, 11-12, 15, 17; Leeds Rhinos), born in Pontefract, England
  • 1983 Ricardo Quaresma, Portuguese footballer, born in Lisbon, Portugal
  • 1984 Keisha Buchanan, English singer (Sugababes), born in Kingsbury, United Kingdom
  • 1984 Thore Schölermann, German actor, born in Iserlohn, Germany
  • 1985 Lenna Kuurmaa, Estonian singer (Vanilla Ninja), born in Tallinn, Estonia
  • 1986 Ashley Leggat, Canadian actress, born in Hamilton, Canada
  • 1987 Rosie Munter, Swedish singer (Play), born in Stockholm, Sweden
  • 1987 Kim Yo-jong, North Korean politician, younger sister of leader Kim Jong-un, born in Pyongyang, North Korea
  • 1988 Kiira Korpi, Finnish figure skater, born in Tampere, Finland
  • 1988 Mark Simpson, English clarinetist and composer, born in Liverpool, United Kingdom
  • 1988 Lilly Singh, Canadian YouTube vlogger (IISuperwomanII), born in Scarborough, Toronto
  • 1989 Emma Rigby, English actress, born in St Helens, United Kingdom
  • 1989 Jonny Bairstow, English cricket wicket-keeper (only English wicket-keeper to twice claim 9 dismissals in a Test match; Yorkshire CCC), born in Bradford, England
  • 1994 Marcell Jacobs, Italian track athlete (Olympic gold - men's 100m 2020; first Italian to win the event), born in El Paso, Texas
  • 2000 Princess Salma bint Al Abdullah II of Jordan, born in Amman, Jordan