List of celebrities and famous people who were born on August 7th
Famous birthdays on August 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102013
Spanish girl, "The largest baby to be born via vaginal birth in the world" (weight: 6.2kgs).
Famous birthdays on August 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002009
Australian quintuplets, Joshua, Benjamin Benjamin, Nicola and Jack were born in this order. The five babies were 12 weeks prematurely born to Kylie Watson and Paul Watson.
American actor Bernie Koppell's second child with Catrina, a well-known American family. His father is well-known for his roles in "Love Boat", and "Get Smart."
Famous birthdays on August 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901998
Son of Virginia Madisen Jr. and Antonio Sabatto Jr.
Katey Sagal's daughter
American family of note, daughter of Edward Kennedy Jr. & Dr. Katherine Kennedy; first grandchild of Ted Kennedy
American notable family, the daughter Katey Sagal and Jack White, an actress from "Married With Children", is Katey's daughter. Katey had two children in 1991 and her parents were able to bless her with perfect health.
American family. The daughter of Frances Fisher, a pioneer in American music, and Clint Eastwood, her companion, was born prematurely. Her father has two children, Kyle, 24; a musician; and Allison, 21; an actress. There are also three half-siblings.
World Music Singer
Spanish motorcycle racer
Soap Opera Actress
Famous birthdays on August 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American porn actress
American model Miss Alabama 2009
American internet blogger
American baseball player
Sierra Leonean footballer
Mexican actress and model
Greek basketball player
South Korean poet and author (d.2003)
Pakistani actress and model
Soap Opera Actress
American screenwriter and producer of actresses
Finnish singer and model
Greek basketball player
American mixed martial artist
Italian motorcycle racer. Melandri was also the 2002 250cc World Champion. Melandri currently resides 2 miles from Donington Park in Leicestershire, England.
American football player (d. 2007)
Greek basketball player
Argentinian rugby player
Argentinian actresses and singers
American soccer player
French actress and model
Famous birthdays on August 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
French screenwriter and producer of director films
French homicide victim aged 17 when his mom, an officer from the local police, shot him to death while he was sleeping on 1/26/1996. She was divorcing her dad and had just ended an unhappy relationship when she tragically killed herself, her three children, and herself.
Actress and singer from Hong Kong
American singer-songwriter (Hatebreed kingdom of Sorrow & Icepick).
English singer-songwriter who is also a disc jockey, currently residing in California.
English-American fashion designer
French rugby player.
American football player
Manager and footballer from Greece
South African-American actress, producer, and model. In the late 1990s, she starred in films such as The Devil's Advocate (1997) and Mighty Joe Young (191998). Theron was praised for her role as serial killer Aileen Wuornos (Monster (2003)), for which she won the Academy Award Silver Bear, Golden Globe Award, Screen Actors Guild Award For Best Actress, and the Screen …
Australian actress, model, brand ambassador, fashion designer, and stylist
Colombian baseball player
Norwegian singer-songwriter (God Seed Gaahlskagg Wardruna and Trelldom)
Turkish actor and producer of Turkish singer-songwriters (Kargo).
An Australian Taliban member, who assumed the name Mohammed Dawood, was captured by Northern Alliance fighters around 12/09/2001. He was surrendered to the U.S. military vessel on the morning of December 17, 2001. According to the government, David Hicks (26), had trained with Osama Bin Laden's al Qaida network and was fighting alongside the Taliban against U.S. forces. This includes …
Linebacker (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
Soccer player (Willem II)
Columbian-American baseball player: shortstop for the Marlins
American journalist and politician, 44th Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin
American football player (d.2015)
Tackle (Miami Dolphins)
Italian actor, who worked as a model in his teens, and was also a model for top fashion designers like Giorgio Armani. He spent his twenties living in New York City. There he studied acting first with Ron Stetson and then with Susan Batson. He starred alongside Sarah Jessica Parker and Alan Cumming in the HBO series, "Sex and the …
Vietnamese-American baseball player
Italian singer whose career began in 1991 when her song "Non siamo angeli" (We're No Angels) reached the final of the Festival of Castrocaro. That same year, she appeared as a solo singer on RaiUno Pleasure, and later recorded her first album "Nati per correre via" (Born to run away).
Russian singer-songwriter (Korol i Shut) (d. 2013)
Australian soccer defender (Olyroos, Olympics - 1996)
Promoter and Filipino boxer
Australian-Dutch porn actor
NFL fullback (Seattle Seahawks).
Safety in the NFL (Tampa Bay Bucs).
Actress (DanniNew Gidgets, Thorn Birds and All My Children).
American singer and actress
TV Show Host
NFL Guard (SD Chargers).
United States -- 400m Medley Swimmer (1992, 1996 Olympics - Silver Medalist).
Famous birthdays on August 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Durango, Colorado -- Cyclist (1996 Olympics)
Soccer player (Willem II)
American rapper (Screwed Up click) (d. 2002).
World Music Singer
Paoli, Pennsylvania -- Field hockey player (1996 Olympics).
American singer-songwriter "Snot" (d. 1998).
Coach and surfer from Australia
Barcelona, Spain -- Tennis star
Italian-American film director, writer, singer, and musician. She is the daughter of Augusto Gregorini (an ex-Bond girl) and Barbara Bach, a businessman. She is also the stepdaughter to Ringo Starr, an ex-Beatle drummer. Two songs were contributed by her to the soundtrack of "See Jane Run" (2001). In 2003, her first CD, aEURoeSequelaEUR, was released. Before selling scripts to Paramount …
American victim of homicide, she was beaten to death by her husband and then knifed by him on December 5, 1993.
Kensington London, England -- Actress, Golden Child, Pirates
French criminal sentenced to 10 years imprisonment in 2001 for her role in the death of her 56-day-old son Lubin on 5/12/94.
Pasha Grishuk is a Russian ice dancer.
Italian-born fashion model, actor, and entrepreneur.
American Internet entrepreneur. He is best known for being the co-founder of Wikia and the Wikia non-profit encyclopedia Wikipedia. He holds bacheloraEUR(tm), masteraEUR (tm), and doctoral degrees in finance. He taught at two universities while in graduate school. However, he left before completing his PhD to pursue a career in finance. Later, he worked as the research director for a …
English actress and dancer
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Throwing Muses, 50 Foot Wave).
NFL cornerback (Tampa Bay Bucs and Chicago Bears)
Scottish politician and laicized priest Minister of State for Scotland (d.2011)
French-Guadeloupean football player, who played over 400 games in European first Divisions, including 120 matches with Valencia in Spain. He retired in 2002.
Canada -- Figure skater (1988 Olympics - Silver Medalist)
El Paso, Texas -- LPGA golfer (1994 Dinah Shore-19th)
Canadian CEO, E-business entrepreneur, and President of YAHOO is responsible for the success and rise of the web-manager company. He is a charismatic, blunt leader with a fiery approach.
Jump jockey for the British National Hunt Racing. He became the sixth jockey and first Scotsman to ride over 1000 winners in May 2001. He retired in September with 1002 winners. He was the only jockey who had won five races in one day on four occasions. He is now a racehorse coach.
Author and journalist from Australia, English
Santa Maria, California -- Golfer (94 Chicago Challenge-49th).
John F. Kennedy's son and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy's daughter (d. 1963).
Japanese voice actor
Australian rugby player
American family, third child of Jacqueline Kennedy and John Kennedy, six weeks premature. Patrick died from respiratory complications 8/09/1963 at 4 :04 AM EDT.
Canadian actor and singer
French urban climber "Spiderman", a nickname he earned for his daredevil feats of climbing over 70 buildings and bridges, including Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Australia. He was 41 years old when he did it without any safety gear or ropes. A chief American Indian gave him an eagle good fortune charm and his hands are all that he uses.
English singer and actor
World Music Singer
Irish jockey (Derby, 1981).
English trainer and jockey
American actor Fox Mulder is the FBI agent in a TV series called "The X-Files" that debuted in 1996. Fox Mulder was born on 10/13/1961 in an episode of X-Files, which aired 11/16/1997. Duchovny was awarded an Emmy in 1996 for his role. In June 1998, a movie with the same name was released.
English singer-songwriter (Bananarama & Shillelagh Sisters).
Famous birthdays on August 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Belgian orientalist and author
Zimbabwean cricketer, coach
Heavy metal rocker (Iron Maiden, "Run to Hills")
USSR -- Team handball player (1976 Olympics, 80 Olympics - Gold Medalist).
Marathon runner (New York City Marathon Winner).
Canadian-born American horse racing jockey
American producer and actress
Irish actress and lawyer, journalist (d. 2012).
Russian colonel and gymnast
USSR -- Gymnist (1980 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
American Astrologer and Publisher, since 1989 of The Mountain Astrologer, the most prestigious American journal on astrology.
French aerialist and trapeze artist, who was killed in a fall while performing at Cirque d’Hiver-Bouglione, Paris, on February 7, 2006.
American homicide. She was a sociopath and a deviant. As a child, she was the victim of sexual abuse. She was divorced and married with three children from three different men. Demented, she wanted to get rid the kids, so she drove to Springfield, Oregon, and put the children in a car. She then shot them and drove to the …
Greek actor and director
American politician and lawyer 51st Mayor Seattle
Russian playwright and author
A U.S. citizen intelligence analyst who worked as a civilian analyst and passed on classified information to Israel.
Richmond, Virginia -- Actress (Crimes & Misdemeanors).
American writer; daughter Clifton Fadiman
Since 2006, French Catholic priest, Bishop of Grenoble
Actor and author of English comedy
Rocker (Bo Donaldson & the Heywoods).
American swimmer, with a wide range of talents and all-round swimming ability. He won awards in 1969, 1970, and 1972 for breaking world records. It was the world record for 200m in August 1970. He broke the American championships record for butterfly. In August 1972, he reached his best medley form when he surpassed Larsson's 200m. The world record lasted …
Canton sports Champions
American football player. He was also a former college athlete. Capers was the Panthers' coach for three seasons, beginning in 1995. Capers was a great coach, taking an expansion team to the top and making it succeed. Capers led the team to a record of 7-9 in its first year. Capers' efforts during that first year earned him the NFL …
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (The Notorious Cherry Bombs).
800m runner (1972 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
American diplomat and politician 16th Assistant Secretary for State for International Organization Affairs
Famous birthdays on August 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
French magistrate, who oversaw the trials for Julien Coupat, Julien Dray and FrA(c]dA(c]ric Beigbeder.
South African-English politician and journalist
Lebanese politician and journalist
American Astrologer and author of the books "Cosmic Trends - Astrology Connects the Dots (2006)" and "On the Cusp : Astrological Reflections From the Threshold (2011).
Controversial Peruvian journalist. The persistent corruption allegations against Alberto Fujimori led to him being targeted by a plot to assassinate him (Plan Bermuda). He was forced to flee Peru for a few years and then settled in Spain where he continued his work in various media. The first issue of "Hildebrandt To His Guns", a weekly publication in Lima, was …
American public relations executive and author
Greek singer-songwriter (d. 2014)
Australian cricketer and coach
Indian actor (d. 2012)
Ukrainian actress and producer of singers
South African black leader (On your Own)
American futures and commodities trader
French actress who appeared in films such as "L'annA (c)e des mA (c)duses") (Year of the Jellyfish), La vie, l'amour and la mort", "Le zA (et ses petits tracas)"
American football player, assistant lawyer general, and member of Minnesota's state supreme court system. Page was the first African-American Supreme Court Justice in Minnesota. In November 1992, Page was elected to his six year term. He was a Notre Dame All-American defensive end as a football player. He was a nine-time All-Pro defensive end for the Minnesota Vikings. Page was …
Scottish actor and director (d. 2014.)
American singer and actor
American singer and actor
New York, USA. Actor (52 Pick-Ups, Something Special).
American FBI chief, who assumed his position on 9/04/2001. A massive terrorist attack in New York City and Washington DC occurred exactly one week later.
St. Louis, Missouri -- Actor.
He is a French writer and film director. As an assistant to Costa-Gavras, he made his film debut. 1976 was his first film success, starring Yves Montand in a police thriller. International attention was brought to him by 1991's "Tous Les Matins du Monde".
Egyptian religious leader
Australian-American lawyer and singer
Argentinian actor and boxer (d. 1995).
American broadcaster, talk-show host, and author. His gentle voice and slow, often sentimental, delivery earned him a large following. His radio programs include "The Prairie Home Morning Show" 1970-74, and "A Prairie Home Companion" 1974-80. Since 1980, he has been syndicated across the country. Keillor is the author "Happy to Be Here" 1982, "Lake Wobegon Days" 1985, and "Leaving Home" …
Brazilian singer, guitarist and writer. Veloso was first known for his involvement in the Brazilian musical movement Tropicalismo. This included theatre, poetry, and music during the Brazilian military dictatorship of 1960s. Since then, he has been a creative influence and best-selling composer and performing artist. Veloso has been awarded nine Latin Grammy Awards as well as two Grammy Awards. Veloso …
American actor and singer
American singer with a soft, casual style. His recording of "I'm So Lonesome I Can Cry" was his first public appearance. He has since made TV guest appearances.
Argentinean boxer who was the world champion in 1970 and held that title for seven years. He won 13 fights between 1964 and his retirement and was well-known for his aggressiveness and violence.
Assassinated in Holland, British Ambassador
Wrestler (AWA / WWF / NJPW / CWFI).
Texas, USA; actress (Baby Lepke).
(Rep-R-South Carolina, 1981-86)
Baron Evans of Temple Guiting English publisher, politician
French-Belgian politician and lawyer, 63rd Prime Minster of Belgium (d.2014).
Italian manager of Saman, a rehabilitation community for drug addicts, he was taken over by Chicca Rostagno. His husband, Mauro Rostagno (the founder), was assassinated on 9/26/1988. He was arrested and later released.
California, USA; actress ("Making It", Peyton Place).
Belgian politician who was elected prime minister in March 1992. Dehaene's government assumed the power of head of state after the death King Baudouin. This was from 31 July 1993, when King Baudouin died. The announcement of the succession to King Albert II 9 days later was made.
Famous birthdays on August 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Films of American actress include "the loved ones", "the appaloosa," and "banning."
Lynn, Massachusetts -- Actress (After Hours Badge 373)
Australian author, physician, and anti-nuclear advocate. She has established several organizations to oppose nuclear power, nuclear weapons proliferation, war, and all military actions. She hosts the weekly radio show, "If You Love This Planet."
Australia; physician/anti-war activist.
French Police Captain 1965-1974, Police Chief 1974-1981, Chief Superintendent 1981-1987, Chief Superintendent 1981-1987, Assistant Manager 1987-1989, General Inspector of National Police Forces from 1988. Foll was the Assistant Manager in Charge of the Technical and Scientific Police 1989-1993 and the Official Representative for Security of the Prime Minister 1993-1995.
Rugby international / journalist
Television announcer Jack Benny Show, dies at the age of 81.
Hungarian table tennis coach and player (d. 2011).
American saxophonist (d.77)
United States -- Sci fi author (Winds of Zarr).
American television producer and former basketball player.
American jazz musician who could play multiple instruments simultaneously, despite being blind. Kirk's performances featured great jazz and blues, as well as some political humor and rantings.
Hungarian director producer and screenwriter (d. 2001)
South African football player, coach
American journalist and author
United States -- Sci-fi author (Mercenary, Red Dragon)
American economist and Nobel Prize winner in academic economics (d. 2012).
The Dutch artist is not well-known but highly regarded by the wealthy. Poortvliet's paintings and drawings were perfect and autodidactic. Poortvliet was asked to paint the horses and dogs of the British royal family, as well as the dogs of Queen Elizabeth II. His book on gnomes was reprinted many times around the world.
At 46 years old, Ethiopian marathon runner (Olympics Gold 1960, 1964) dies.
English actor (Born 1932).
Australian-American merchandise marketer, and CEO of Campbell Soup Company. Johnson is a specialist in merchandise marketing and holds a BS degree in Economics as well as an MBA in Industrial Relations. Johnson is charismatic and full of spirit. He believes strongly in team management.
Jr. American ophthalmologist, academic (d. 2005).
Dutch actress (Mammaloe Pipo the Clown).
United States -- Actress (East Is West, Janie).
American founder and CEO, Humana, an insurance and health care company. Jones graduated from Yale Law with a BS degree and a JD degree.
American scholar and author (d. 2015.)
American legal scholar and author
British television producer
Italian actor, stage director, and playwright.
Estonian composer and educator
Azerbaijani-French painter, academic (d.2013)
Famous birthdays on August 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
(Rep-R-Pennsylvania, 1975- )
Plains, Georgia -- 1st sister / evangelist
Pitcher (New York Yankees).
American singer (The Platters), (d. 2012).
Ethiopian marathon runner (1960, 64 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
American academic and author
Tricorn Centre and Trinity Square were designed by an English architect
American screenwriter and actor (d. 1992).
American professional skeptic and well-known foe of astrology. Randi was a magician and escape artist who built his reputation. He was also a frequent guest on "Wonderama", a morning TV show featuring kidaEUR(tm). Randi made a career out of disproving all pseudoscientific and paranormal claims over the years. To further his work, the James Randi Education Foundation (1996) was founded. …
He was an American politician and former governor of Los Angeles. According to some reports, he is a well-known gambler and womanizer.
American journalist and baseball player (d. 2003).
Edwards; American politician (Governor-Louisiana).
Illinois, United States -- Actor (Alfalfa-Our Gang)
American third baseman and middle infielder. He played 11 years in American Major League Baseball between 1951 and 1961. Bridges was a member of the Brooklyn Dodgers (Cincinnati Reds) and St. Louis Cardinals (National League), as well as the Washington Senators. He also played for the Detroit Tigers, Cleveland Indians, Los Angeles Angels, and Detroit Tigers. He was also a …
American comedian and satirist. His creativity and humor have earned him 21 Clio Awards in the advertising industry. Freberg was a highly talented composer with intricate rhymes that were matched by an uncanny ability to hear song styles. This helped him reach the top of the pop music charts during the 1950s.
California, USA; satirist/ad executive.
American football running back in National Football League for Los Angeles Rams and Washington Redskins. He played college football at Tulsa University and was drafted in round thirteen of the 1949 NFL Draft. He passed away on 28 December 2014.
Indian geneticist and academic
Milwaukee, Wisconsin -- Rock writer (Bye Bye Love)
American basketball player, he was a one-season pro basketball player in 1949-50. He died 1/1/1990
French ornithologist who joined the MusA(c]um national d'Histoire naturelle staff in 1947. In 1964, Jacques Berlioz succeeded him as chairman of MammifA"res et Oiseaux. He was then elected director of the museum in 1975. However, he resigned in 1985 in protest at government reforms.
Actor and journalist from India-English (d. 2012).
French actor in film who appeared in 30 films from 1945 to 1989.
French guitarist (d. 2014)
Prague, Czechoslovakia -- composer (Trojan Women).
French guitarist, known as the "King Of Flamenco", Ricardo Baliardo was born Ricardo Baliardo. He was the son Gustave "Chocolat", Baliardo's brother. He also had one sister, Tali. Lucien Clergue discovered him in 1961, and he began his professional career. His son JosA(c]reyes and ManA(c]ro Baliardo were his first recordings.
The body of the Spanish house painter was known as "the mummy from Lille" and was found 16 years later. He had died naturally (in his bed) on 19 Oct 2012. A barman who had known him for 20 years said that he looked almost exactly like Hitchcock (double Leo).
Flemish writer ("Motionless at Sea")
France sport Champion
France sport Champion
Famous birthdays on August 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
La Ch?tre Military man
American economist and executive. He was once married and had six children.
French comedian and actress.
Dutch poet and translator (d. 85)
American actress (d. 2014.)
Canadian-American sportscaster (d. 2012.)
Peruvian conservationist and perhaps his most well-known international achievement was that he completed his higher education at London School of Economics under the leadership of Professor Harold Laski. Laski is a leader of English socialism. His entire life was dedicated to the preservation of nature, wildlife and the environment. His passion for education was demonstrated in 1960, when he proposed …
American puppeteer and costume designer (d.2008)
South Africa -- Cinematographer (James Bond)
American actor and director, best known for "Johnny Guitar", 1954, "The Lusty Men", 1954, "Rebel Without a Cause," 55, and "King of Kings," 1962. Ray was a dynamic visual storyteller and channeled his feelings of alienation, emotional upheaval and frustration onto the screen. His Oscar nomination for "Rebel Without a Cause" was his only.
Hungarian politician and lawyer (d. 1979).
Galesville (Wisconsin) -- Director (Rebel Without a Cause).
Brazilian singer and composer, who had a hit with 1950's "Train Eleven Maloca." BarbosaEUR(tm), whose songs combined humor and melancholy depicted the drama in individual lives amid the violence in urban areas, was a comedian and composer. He was relatively unknown outside Brazil and was loved by the lower classes. He is also considered to be the most original of …
American musician and bandleader (d. 65)
Famous birthdays on August 7th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Sardinia's Italian short-story writer, novelist and playwright. His novel Paese d'ombre was awarded the 1972 Strega Prize. It was also translated into English as The forest of Norbio. He died in Rome on the 6th of July 1977.
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Belarusian-American soldier, painter (d. 1980).
NYC, New York -- Actor ("Dark Alibi, Dressed to Kill")
Nobel Prize laureate in Political Science and Diplomat (d. 1971).
Nobel Prize laureate in Political Science and Diplomat (d. 1971).
Bunche was a founder and diplomat for the United Nations (Nobel Prize 1950).
Kenyan-English archaeologist and palaeontologist (d. 1972).
American diplomat and politician, U.N. official since 1947. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1950 for his role as mediator during negotiations leading to the 1949 armistice between Israel, the Arab states.
Brest Military man
Bruille-Notre Dame physician
American singer and actress (d. 1981).
French physicist and author. He also researched magnetic properties of crystals, magnetoptics and radioactivity.