Mar 232020

Celebrities or Famous personalities or Pillars of Society, whatever the names we refer to depending on their respective fields they belong to, it is so common for the common people to admire those favourite super star. I am also included in that common people list! J LOL… But seriously why are we get so much fascinated and follow these famous people!? Why we have an intense fascination with famous personalities, which draws us to learn about their personal lives, birthdays, look at their pictures, and most importantly we show much interest to gossip about their activities!?

Actually celebrities or famous people are the widely-known persons who are being in the state of enjoying enduring fame. In simple words, a famous person is a person who gets a lot of public attention and media attention because of his actions and opinions, which strongly influence the course of events. So, the fame and fortune of a particular famous personality draws the common public to have an intense fascination on them. Coming to Birthdays, people love to share their birthdays or birth months with thousands of different celebrities such as famous authors, famous scientists, famous athletes, and many more professions.

Do you want to know the famous Australian celebrities whose birthdays that fall in November!? Or Do you share a birthday with some of the brightest minds in the Australia in November month? Why not give it a turn to know who it is famous Australian November Birthday!? To help you, I have compiled a super list of famous Australian November Birthdays, in which you may find some prominent Australian politicians, actors, athletes, musicians, and even a golden guitar winner, who have birthdays in November.

Famous Australian



Few Lines About Them

Raymond Steele Hall



Australian politician, 36th Premier of SA (1968-70), first Australian state premier to wear sideburns

John Francis O’Hagan

29 Nov 1898


Australian musician, wrote over 600 songs with 200+ published (Along the Road to Gundagai, Our Don Bradman, Dog on the Tuckerbox, Ginger Meggs, God Bless Australia)

Joe Slater

29 Nov 1888


Australian rules footballer, Geelong’s Team of the Century, enlisted WWI and lost his life during the conflict in France in 1917

Ryan Kwanten



Australian actor (Home and Away, Summerland, True Blood, Spellbinder, Flicka, Don’t Fade Away, Red Hill)

John Hargreaves



Australian actor (Last Rites, Young Ramsay, Little Boy Lost, Banana Bender, Hoodwink, Cry Freedom), AFI Award 1983, 1984, 1986, Logie 1980

Andrew Bogut



Australian basketball player, USA Milwaukee Bucks, first Aussie drafted #1 overall in NBA, returned to Australia for Olympics 2004, 2008 as a Boomer

Kristian Schmid



Australian actor (Neighbours, Sea Patrol, Packed to the Rafters, Scooby-Doo, Blurred, Stupid Stupid Man)

Dave Hughes



Australian comedian (Melbourne International Comedy Festival), TV host (The Project, Before the Game, Glass House), radio (Nova 100 Hughesy & Kate)

Elizabeth Blackburn Elizabeth Helen Blackburn



Australian-American molecular biologist, 2009 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, American Cancer Society Medal of Honor 2000, Heineken Prize for Medicine 2004, Benjamin Franklin Medal 2005, Fellow of Australian Academy of Science, listed in 2007 Time Magazine’s The Time 100 – The People Who Shape Our World

Alexis Wright



Aboriginal Australian author (Carpentaria, Plains of Promise, Grog War), land rights activist, originally from Waanyi people, Miles Franklin Award 2006

Daniel John Falzon



Maltese-Australian actor (Neighbours, The Alice), paramedic in Alice Springs

Shane Bourne



Australian comedian, TV host (Hey Hey It’s Saturday, Blankety Blanks, Thank God You’re Here), and actor (MDA, City Homicide), AFI Award 2003, 2005

Shane Elizabeth Gould



Australian swimmer, 3 gold 1 silver, 1 bronze 1972 Olympics, born on first day of competition of 1956 Melbourne Olympics, 1972 Australian of the Year, only person (male or female) to hold every world freestyle record from 100m to 1500m at same time

Mum Shirl, Colleen Shirley Perry



Aboriginal Australian activist, founding member Aboriginal Legal Service, Aboriginal Medical Service and Aboriginal Tent Embassy, raised over 60 children who had nowhere to go, although technically illiterate spoke 16 Aboriginal languages, born of Wiradjuri descent, Australia’s National Living Treasure 1998

Myles Heskett



Australian drummer, rock band Wolfmother (Woman), Grammy Award 2007, APRA Award 2007

Karen Louise Rolton



Australian cricketer, scored most runs for Australia in women’s Test cricket, Australian International Woman Cricketer of the Year 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006

Victor Chang



Chinese-Australian cardiac surgeon, responsible for developing Australia’s National Heart Transplant Programme, led team that performed 1st Australian heart-lung transplant, murdered in a Sydney robbery

Peter Douglas Beattie



Australian politician, 36th Premier of Queensland (1998-2007), Australian Labor Party, author (Making a Difference, In the Arena, Year of Dangerous Ones)

Rodney Hall



Australian author (Just Relations, Grisly Wife, Captivity Captive, Island in the Mind, Popeye Never Told You), Miles Franklin Award 1982, 1994

Brett Blewitt



Australian actor (Neighbours, My Two Wives)

Kate Ceberano



Australian singer (Bedroom Eyes, Everything’s Alright, Pash, That’s What I Call Love), TV presenter (Getaway), actress (Dust Off the Wings, Molokai Story of Father Damien) ARIA Award 1989, 1990

Amanda Brown



Australian musician, violinist in the band The Go Betweens, film score composer (Preservation, Floodhouse, Look Both Ways, Monkey Puzzle, Son of Lion), APRA Award 2009

Chopper Read, Mark Brandon Read



Australian ex-criminal (armed robbery, assaulting a judge, kidnapping), author crime novels (How to Shoot Friends & Influence People, For the Term of His Unnatural Life), 2000 film Chopper starring Eric Banna was based on his books

Charles Mackerras



Australian conductor, first Australian chief conductor of Sydney Symphony Orchestra, conducted London Symphony Orchestra (1986), Czech Republic Medal of Merit (1996), first recipient Queen’s Medal for Music

John Moore



Australian politician, stock broker, Liberal Member of House of Representatives for Ryan (1975-2001), 46th Australian Defence Minister (1998-2001)

Joan Lindsay, Joan a Beckett Weigall

16 Nov 1896


Australian author (Picnic at Hanging Rock, Time Without Clocks), Picnic at Hanging Rock (based on actual events) was made into a movie in 1975

Jessie Jacobs, Jessica Madison Jacobs



Australian singer, actress (Saddle Club, Fergus McPhail, Holly’s Heroes, Worst Best Friends), was killed when she fell onto tracks of an oncoming train

Nat Young, Robert Harold Young



Australian surfer, author (Nat Young’s Book of Surfing, History of Surfing, Surf Rage), World Surfing Champion (1966, 1970)

Lisa De Vanna



Australian female footballer, member of Australian National Team, WA Sportswoman of the year (2007)

Bart Cummings, James Bartholomew Cummings



Australian racehorse trainer, trained 12 horses that won Melbourne Cup, Sport Australia Hall of Fame (1991), Australian Racing Hall of Fame (2001)

Channel Coley, Chanel Cole Whalley



Australian singer (Good Times), 5th place Australian Idol 2004

Samantha Linette Riley



Aboriginal-Australian swimmer, breaststroke champion, Olympics – bronze medal in 1992, bronze medal in 1996, 2 gold medals in 1992

Kamahl, Kandiah Kamalesvaran



Australian singer (Elephant Song), Rupert Murdoch mentored him and sponsored his citizenship, helping him to get singing jobs while he was a guest at Pat and Rupert’s home for two years, Queen Elizabeth II asked him to give a Royal Command Performance at Commonwealth Games in Brisbane (1982), Australian Father of the Year Award (1998)

Tracey Leanne Moffatt



Australian photographer, filmmaker, her works are in National Gallery of Australia, Art Gallery of NSW, Tate (UK), Museum of Contemporary Art (USA)

Radha Mitchell



Australian actress (Sugar and Spice, Neighbours, High Art, Pitch Black, Phone Booth, Man on Fire, Finding Neverland, Rogue, Henry Pool Is Here)

Lee Battersby



Australian author of science fiction, fantasy, and horror fiction (Tales of Nireym, Carrying the God, Through Soft Air), 2003 Ditmar Award

James Morrison



Australian jazz musician (Three Minds, Live in Paris, Postcards From Downunder), performed the opening fanfare at Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, worked with Frank Sinatra, Dizzy Gillespie, BB King, Ray Charles, Cab Calloway, Wynton Marsalis, & others

Rickie Lee Coulter



Australian singer (Can’t Touch It), media personality (co-host Australian Idol 2008-9, Sydney Nova FM, B105 FM, Fox FM), placed 7th Australian Idol 2004, member original Young Divas (2006-07)

Jessica Tovey



Australian actress (Underbelly: Golden Mile, Home and Away)

Delta Goodrem



Australian singer, songwriter, actress (Neighbours), Silver Logie 2003 and 2004, a record 7 ARIA Awards (2003), 4 ARIA Awards (2004), 2 ARIA Awards (2005, 2008), album Innocent Eyes was 29 weeks at No 1, same year Delta underwent radiation therapy for Hodgkin’s lymphoma (2003)

Laura Csortan



Australian model, TV personality (Great Outdoors, Wheel of Fortune), Miss Universe Australia (1997), Miss World Australia (1998)

Snub Pollard, Harold Fraser

09 Nov 1889


Australian actor (Perils of Pauline, Inherit the Wind, Man of a Thousand Faces, Singin’ in the Rain, All About Eve, Adam’s Rib, Miracle of 34th Street), star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

John Desmond Singleton



Australian entrepreneur, majority shareholder Macquarie Radio Network (2CH, 2GB), part owner with Gerry Harvey of the thoroughbred sales Magic Millions, 2009 Australian Advertising Hall of Fame

Melissa Bell



Australian actress (Neighbours, E Street, Paradise Beach, Home and Away, Water Rats, Venus Factory, Diamonds)

Matt Corby



Australian singer, songwriter, runner-up Australian Idol 2007

John Sutherland



Australian operatic soprano (Met Opera), Luciano Pavarotti called her the “Voice of the Century”, Australian of the Year 1961

Mike Goldman



Australian media personality (Big Brother, Friday Night Live, Joker Poker), narrator for Meerkat Manor TV series, son of radio host Grant Goldman

May Brahe, Mary Hannah Dickson

6 Nov 1884

Australian composer (over half her 500 songs were published), only Australian woman composer to win local and international recognition, her 1927 song Bless This House was recorded by a variety of singers such as Doris Day, Vera Lynn, Perry Como

Jodi Miranda Martin



Australian singer, songwriter (Sandcastles, Water and Wood, Twenty One Stairs)

Geoffrey Curgenven Bolton



Australian historian, author of 13 books, Chancellor of Murdoch University (2002-06), Professor – U of Queensland (1998), U of London (1982-85), U of WA (1966), Edith Cowan U in WA, named Western Australia’s 2006 Australian of the Year

Edwin “Teddy” Flack

5 Nov 1873


Australian athlete, Australia’s first Olympian and our only representative in 1896, double Olympic gold medallist for 800 metres and 1500 meters running events (1896), 45 cent Australian postage stamp in his honour (1996), inducted into Australian Sports and Athletics Hall of Fame (1985)

Kate DeAraugo



Australian singer, songwriter, Australian Idol — failed auditions in 2003 and 2004, went on to win in 2005, member of Young Divas (2006-07), her album A Place I’ve Never Been (2005) went Platinum

William Robert Giblin

4 Nov 1840


Australian politician, Premier of Tasmania (1878-84), a judge in the Supreme Court of Tasmania (1885)

Curtis Stone



Australian chef, television personality (Surfing the Menu, My Restaurant Rules, Take Home Chef, Top Chef Masters, Celebrity Apprentice 3, Coles TV ads) one of 2006 People magazine’s sexiest men alive

Tony Anthony, Anthony John Abbott



28th Prime Minister of Australia (2013 – 2015) Australian Liberal Party, Member of the Australian Parliament for Warringah, studied for the Catholic priesthood at St Patrick’s Seminary Manly (1983)

Oodgeroo Noonuccal, Kathleen Jean Mary Ruska Pen Name: Kath Walker



Aboriginal-Australian poet (Rainbow Serpent, Stradbroke Dreamtime, Are We Going), political activist, artist, educator, first Aboriginal Australian to publish a book of verse, established the Noonuccal-Nughie Education and Cultural Centre providing education for over 20,000 children of all ethnicities.

Gemma Louise Ward



Australian model, actress (Pirates of Caribbean On Stranger Tides, Black Balloon), Australian Fashion Week debut 2003 (age 15), youngest model to appear in American Vogue (age 16), first model ever on cover Teen Vogue (age 18)

Joe Hachem



Lebanese-Australian poker player, first Australian to win main event at World Series of Poker (2005) earning him a record $7.5 million

Angus McLaren



Australian actor (Packed to the Rafters, H20: Just Add Water, Neighbours, Saddle Club, All Saints, Blue Heelers, Something in the Air)

Alan Jones



Australian auto racer, winner Can-Am Challenge Cup (1978), winner World Drivers’ Championship (1980), winner Australian GT Championship (1982)

Lindy Morrison



Australian indie rock musician, drummer in the Go Betweens (1980-89), The Rainy Season (2007-present), helps direct intellectually disabled musicians in the Junction House Band

Edward “Carjee” Greeves



Australian rules footballer, 1st person awarded the Brownlow Medal (1924), inducted into Australian Football Hall of Fame (1996)

Tina Arena, Filippina Lydia Arena



Australian singer, songwriter, ARIA Awards (1995, 1996, 2000), Young Australian of the Year (1995)began as 7 year old on Young Talent Time, album Don’t Ask sold over 2 million copies

Benjamin Roberts-Smith



Australian soldier, awarded Victoria Cross for Australia for operations in Afghanistan 11 June 2010, served in East Timor, Iraq, Afghanistan operations, member Special Operations Task Group, awarded Medal for Gallentry, portrait appears on Australian postage stamp in 2015 Australian Legends series, named Australian Father of the Year 2013

John Williamson



Australian singer, songwriter (Old Man Emu, True Blue, Australia Calling, Mallee Boy), over 20 CMAA Golden Guitar Awards (Country Music Awards of Australia), ARIA Hall of Fame (2010), over 2 million albums sold in Australia alone

Toni Collette



Australian actress (A Country Practice, Spotswood, Muriel’s Wedding, Diana & Me, The Boys, The Sixth Sense, United States of Tara), Golden Globe Award (2010) Emmy Award (2009)

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