Famous People Born on October 9
Prime Minister / 1966 -
David Cameron is best known for being a revolutionary leader of Britain's Conservative Party, a quality that eventually won him the election as prime minister in 2010.
Entrepreneur, Talk Show Host, Reality Television Star / 1952 -
Sharon Osbourne is known as the wife of legendary rock star Ozzy Osbourne and a television personality who's been featured on several programs, including The Osbournes and The Talk.
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