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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on August 2nd

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on August 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

  • American child, 17th and 7th born to Bob Duggar and Michelle Duggar. They said that they were not ready to stop having children. Jennifer has four siblings: Joshua, 19, John David, 17, Janna 17; Jill 16; Jill, 17 and Janna 16, 17; Jill, 14; Jinger 13; Joseph 12; Josiah 11; JoyAnna 9; Jedidiah 8; Jeremiah 8; Jason 7 ; James …

  • Australian family member, first and only child of fashion designer Collette dinnigan's daughter, and ex-partner Richard Wilkins, entertainment journalist.

  • TV Actress


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on August 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

  • American family, Kym Douglas, 38, and Jerry Douglas (61), nearly six weeks premature. His mom, who has been married for eight years now, is the co-host on Family Channel's "Home and Family". While his father plays the role as John Abbott on Young and Restless, he is the host of "Home and Family".

  • American twin actors.

  • Cassidy Gifford

    American family, second child of Kathie Lee Gifford (Frank Gifford) Both her parents are active in television. Her father is a Monday Night Football commentator, and her mother is the TV hostess for "Live with Regis & Kathie Lee". Cassidy is the older sister to Cody, who was born in 1990. She also has three grown half-siblings from her father's …

  • Ukrainian activist (d. 2014.)


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on August 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • American MMA fighter

  • TV Actress

  • Brazilian footballer

  • American missing person, 16 years old when she disappeared. Molly was a beautiful, healthy teenager with blonde, sun-bleached hair. She worked part-time as a lifeguard, and also played goal for the school's soccer club. Three days before Molly's 17th birthday, her mother dropped her off at Comins Pond around 9:30 am.


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on August 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on August 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Wrestler (NJPW)

  • Japanese player and coach

  • An Australian politician who served as Treasurer for Australia in the Tony Abbott government since 18 September 2013. Since 1996, Hockey has been the North Sydney Member of Parliament. In the John Howard government, he was the Minister for Human Services and the Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations.

  • Director

  • English singer-songwriter/guitarist (Scarlet Party and The Alan Parsons Project).

  • NFL tight end (Philadelphia Eagles and Atlanta Falcons).

  • Spanish producer and drummer (Echo & the Bunnymen), (d. 1989).

  • American producer and rapper (Above The Law).

  • American professional figure skater. Linda Fratianne, a two-time world champion and Olympic medallist, rose to international status at Lake Placid's 1980 Winter Games. Fratianne, one of five children, grew up in Northridge CA. She was surprised to receive her first pair skates as a Christmas gift at nine years old. Fratianne never dreamed of becoming a celebrity or achieving financial …

  • American singer-songwriter (Scratch Acid the Jesus Lizard and Qui).

  • She is an American psychiatrist and medical intuition. She holds a degree both in neuroanatomy (and behavioral neuroscience). Her book "Awakening Intuition" was published in 1998. She is a frequent speaker and workshop facilitator, and she also offers phone consultations to help people with medical intuition.

1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on August 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • French businesswoman, ex-president at the nuclear company Areva, nicknamed "Atomic Annie". From June 1999, when Areva was renamed Cogema, she was the CEO of Areva until June 16, 2011.

  • Apollonia Kotero

    American actress and singer (Apollonia 6).

  • American comedian

  • American singer who performed as a duo with Amy Rodden, the name being Thelma and Louise. Joe Cocker asked them to do a demo in September 1996, as they were attracting a lot of attention here in Aspen, Colorado. Kelly is a powerful and vibrant singer, but she lacks discipline and was unable get the material together or time to …

  • American singer, along with his twin brother Roger, who was five minutes later, were TV regulars on "Lawrence Welk Show," 1977-1982. After their success with Welk, the versatile singer-guitarists did PBS specials until 1996.

  • American singer, along with his twin brother David, who was five minutes earlier, were TV regulars on "Lawrence Welk Show", 1977-82.

  • American astrophysicist, physicist, and author from Italy

  • Lake Charles, Louisiana -- Nike Golfer (1994 Boise Open-2nd).

  • in Spain; spanish singer (Genio y Figura).

  • Muriel Robin

    She is a French comedian, singer, and actress. In 2007, she was awarded an Emmy for her role as the lead in Marie Besnard. As a child, she was a natural performer and loved to clown around with her family to get laughs. However, her dream was to be a singer. She has been able to realize her dream through …

  • American runner and the record-holder for the 10,000 meter race in 1980. He was more than an athlete, even though he was a direct rifle shooter. He was a colorful and aggressive performer who won seven years of thrilling races. His company, Front Runner Inc. had many business dealings. Adidas sponsored him and he sold paraphernalia like hats, Tshirts, souvenirs, …

  • Manager and English footballer

  • New York, USA. Actress (Civil Wars).

  • American novelist and military historian

  • Scottish rock singer and leader of Runrig, the most successful Gaelic-singing band. Munro was passionate about politics and stood against Charles Kennedy for Parliament on 5/01/1997. He plans to run again and may trade his music career for that of a Labour politician.

  • English author and historian

  • Canadian singer-songwriter (Corbeau)

  • Journalist

  • French football player, who was a midfielder for France and then coach of Senegal. He formed the "magic trio" of midfielders with Fernandez, Platini and Tigana.

  • South Carolina, United States -- Murderer (FBI Most Wanted List)

  • Cuba -- FW/LW boxer (1976-80 Olympics - Gold Medalist).

  • Mathieu Carrière
  • Kathryn Harrold

    American actress

  • American Japanese-American jurist, bespectacled and bearded, who was the O.J.'s presiding judge. Simpson murder trial. He found the trial to be the most difficult experience of his life, suffering through pain, strain and anxiety for nine months. For the most part, he was criticized for failing to keep a tight ship, allowing lengthy arguments over motions and being self-conscious about …

  • Danish publisher and author

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on August 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • American homicide: Found guilty of murdering two women who disappeared from Provincetown, Massachusetts on 1/26/1969. Later, he was arrested for the theft of their vehicle. He was later linked to the disappearances of four other young women.

  • English songwriter and drummer (Traffic), (d. 2005).

  • New Jersey, USA; actress (240 Richard).

  • Peter D. Stachura was the son of Polish immigrants. He was born in Scotland. He is an essayist, historian, lecturer, lecturer, and writer. He was Professor of Modern European History at University of Stirling, and the Director of its externally-funded Centre for Research in Polish History. This Centre was established in May 2000. Stachura's publications include extensive research on the …


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on August 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • Wes Craven

    American screen writer, filmmaker and author. He is best known for his horror films "Nightmare on Elm Street", and "Scream". He studied the humanities and then stumbled upon filmmaking, becoming HollywoodaEUR(tm),'s high priest of horror.

  • Georgia, USA; singer (Gladys Knight & the Pips).

  • American 73rd United States Secretary Of The Treasury

  • New Zealand-based entrepreneur described as the American equivalent of Donald Trump. It marked the end of an era in the company's history when Sir Ron Brierley, as director of Brierley Investments, retired on the 40th anniversary of the company, 3/31/2001. Since 1990, he had been absent from the group and shifted his attention to Guinness Peat Group.

  • Politician

  • Austrian operatic soprano

  • Company chairman

  • football player (Heisman-1959).

  • An Irish actor who was known for his charismatic charm since 1959. He was a raconteur who could tell stories about acting mistakes and boozy escapades with the same style and charm that he used to use to sweep across the desert in "Lawrence of Arabia," his 1962 classic film. This movie earned him his first Oscar nomination. He was …

  • American businessman founded the American Football League (d. 2006).

  • McCall kidnaps and kills American victim of homicide.


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on August 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • Baron Waddington English politician and lawyer Governor of Bermuda

  • English producer and director

  • Portuguese folk singer and musician with left-wing political messages. His followers loved him for not only his music, but also his activism. While in college, he married. His first child, JosA(c), was born in January 1953. He then entered compulsory military service until 1955. His daughter was born in 1954. He then began teaching and released the recording "Fados de …

  • English composer and trombonist (d. 2014).

  • He was a cardiologist, and one of the first Hispanics to be designated a Master by the American College of Cardiology (MACC), in recognition of his contributions to cardiology. He has been a member of the Puerto Rican Society of Cardiology as well as the PR Medical Association.

  • English mathematician, academic

  • Korean spiritual figure (Born 1927)

  • France Writer

  • British traveler, born in Egypt. He is the TV host of "Whicker's World", which he started as a television show. He was a globe-trotting documentaryist and featured interviews with celebrities. His program was viewed by over ten million people. Whicker worked for BBC from February 1957 to 1968 before establishing the award-winning partnership with Yorkshire Television. In the early 1980s, …

  • 43rd President of Argentina, Argentinian dictator

  • English stage and film director (Born in 1925).

  • Ceylon-American academic and engineer (d. 2004).

  • Canadian ice hockey player

  • American writer (Born in 1924)

  • James Baldwin

    American writer (Born in 1924)

  • Carroll O'Connor

    American actor (d. 2001).

  • American composer, arranger and musician (Born in 1924)

  • Israeli politician, Prime Minister of Israel, and the ninth President of Israel

  • French rugby player. He was chosen as a prop and wing forward 29 times at international events. He was part of the French team that beat the All Blacks 1954, and the English in 1951 at Twinckenham.

  • Hungarian actor (d. 2006)

  • Australian historian and author (d. 1998).

  • (Senator-Republican-Nevada).

  • American socialite was previously married to Alfred Bloomingdale, an entrepreneur. She was also in the same circle as the Reagans and was a close friend of Nancy. Bloomingdale, who died in August 1982 from cancer, had left her widowed. Vicki Morgan, her mistress, initiated a palimony suit which became the grist for the media.

  • Simone Valère

    French actress who starred in over forty films between 1941 and 1993.

  • American psychologist and author. He was Jungian-trained and developed his own method of self-analysis using the methods published in his book "At A Journal Workshop". Progoff is also the creator of the journal system, and author of many other books. Progoff, who suffered from progressive supranuclear paralysis, died in New York City on January 1, 1998.

  • Egyptian-English journalist (d. 2013.)

  • Arles physician

  • Novelist


1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on August 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • Israeli-American singer and actor

  • American animator, Tomstone Animation was founded by him. He also co-directed several episodes of the 'Bugs Bunny Show,' and 'Adventures of the Road-Runner (1962). He also directed two compilation shorts for Tom and Jerry, 'Matinee Mouse (1966) and Shutter Bugged Cat (1967). His credits later include animation on the 'Pink Panther’ shorts, BakshiaEUR (tm)s "Heavy Traffic" (1973), and 'Coonskin’ (1975), …

  • Compuer Scientist

  • French actress who was especially well-known as Edith Piaf's secretary and confidante from 1937 to 1963. She died in her arms.

  • American military commander who led 3rd Battalion, 157th Infantry Regiment, of the 45th Infantry Division (USA), the first Allied force into Dachau concentration camp to liberate its prisoners. Sparks rose to the rank colonel after a ten year army career that included the World War II period from December 1941aEUR"August 1945. He graduated in 1947 from the University of Colorado …

  • Sculptor/ Resistance fighter

  • Gary Merrill

    Actor (Time Tunnel and Huckleberry Finn), passes away at 75

  • William Gear, a Scottish painter and pioneer of silk screen printing, was awarded numerous international awards.

  • French composer and accordionist of Italian heritage.

  • Croatian economist and author (d.2001)

  • NYC, New York -- Actress, G Men, Life of Her Own Scarface

  • Theoretical physicist

  • Norwegian artist illustrator and critic (d. 1977).

  • Croatian statistician (d. 2001)


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on August 2nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • Myrna Loy

    American actress whose political views brought her to prominence at UNESCO. She was awarded the best actress award at Brussels World Film Festival 1946 for "Best Years of Our Lives", the Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award 1983 for career achievement, and the Kennedy Center Honor 1988. In 1991, she was honored with an honorary Oscar.

  • Guyanan psychic. She was able to give Jess Stearn his first psychic reading. He included her in "Adventures into the Psychic." She also appears in Stearn's books "Door to the Future", 1963, and "The Miracle Workers", 1972.

  • German composer (Born in 1905)

  • Germany Actor

  • German film actor, who was killed in Berlin-Wannsee on 25 July 1960.

  • American healer through laying-on the-hands, who is well-respected by prominent doctors for her work. She doesn't believe in religion, drama, or mystical pretensions.

  • Businessman

  • Russian royalty, a nephew of Czar Nicholas II and a great-grandson of Czar Nicholas I.

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