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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on April 8th

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on April 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

  • Norwegian royalty, second-born of three daughters of Princess MA$??rtha Louise, and Ari Behn, author Ari Behn.


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on April 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

  • Jamie Sierota is a guitarist known for being a member of the band Echosmith.

  • Trent Sullivan is an Australian TV actor known for his role as Lachie Cladwell in the TV series 'The Saddle Club'.

  • Japanese actress and singer (9nine).

  • Pop Singer

  • Japanese actor

  • Dej Loaf is a rapper known for her hit single 'Try Me' and for her unique style and flow.

  • Japanese actress and singer (AKB48, no3b).

  • Jonghyun was a South Korean singer-songwriter and member of the popular K-pop group SHINee. He is mostly known for his powerful vocals and emotional songwriting.

  • South Korean singer (SHINee)

  • YouTube Star

  • South Korean actor and singer (Shinee, SM The Ballad).

1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on April 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Luba Shumeyko is a Ukrainian-born model and actress known for her work in the fashion industry and her appearances in various magazines and advertising campaigns.

  • American actress.

  • French swimming champion, he is also a record holder in freestyle speed. He set the record for fastest 50-meter freestyle swimmer at the French championships in April 2009, finishing in under 21 seconds. Although there was much debate about the swimsuit he used, officials confirmed his victory in July 2009. He also holds another record, where he did the 50-foot …

  • Taylor Kitsch

    Taylor Kitsch is a Canadian actor known for his roles in TV series Friday Night Lights and films such as X-Men Origins: Wolverine and Battleship.

  • Screenwriter and model from Israel

  • Australia; gymnast (Olympics-1996).

  • French swimmer

  • Katee Sackhoff

    Katee Sackhoff is an American actress known for her roles in Battlestar Galactica and Longmire.

  • Japanese model and photographer for an announcer

  • French dancer who was named 'Etoile" (principal dancer of the Paris Opera Ballet) in 2010, after performing Solor in Rudolf NureyevaEURTM's version of La BayadA're.

  • Austrian singer

1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on April 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • Finnish singer-songwriter/guitarist (Children of Bodom Sinergy Imaled Nazarene, KylA$?hullut).

  • American drag queen performer

  • American baseball player


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on April 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Patricia Arquette

    American actress. She was the second-to-last child in a liberal, close-knit family. Their grandfather was Cliff Arquette (TV's Charlie Weaver); their father Lewis, an actor and director, and Marti, a poet, were their parents. Patricia was raised in a commune and moved to New York at age 15 to live with Rosanna. She was a star in the 1993 film …

  • Patricia Girard-Léno is a French former athlete known for her achievements in the heptathlon and long jump.

  • A French athlete who competed in the 100 metre hurdles.

  • Voice Actor

  • American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer).

  • Kate Barry was a British photographer known for her fashion and portrait photography work.

  • Welsh actor

  • French singer and band leader. He climbed the frontage on 16 June 1996 to protest the demolition of a nightclub in which he performed a show. On impact, he fell from the 5th Floor and died.

  • Julian Lennon

    British singer, musician, and singer, Julian Lennon is the son of John Lennon (and his first wife Cynthia). Julian shares a striking resemblance with his father. He spent many years trying to escape the musical shadow of his father. The young boy was left behind with his mother and felt abandoned. His father was an international pop star with "The …

  • American singer-songwriter/guitarist (L7, Donita Sparks, and the Stellar Moments).

  • French gamekeeper, mysterious, auburn-haired man, right eye half closed. He is suspected to have been the murderer of GA(c).raldine Giraud (actress), and Katia Lherbier (poisoned with chloropicrine). He used Geraldine's bankcard, which should have been the priority. He committed suicide while in prison, just before his trial.

  • Dean Norris
  • American basketball coach and player

  • Izzy Stradlin is a guitarist known for being a founding member and rhythm guitarist of the rock band Guns N' Roses.

  • Alain Robert is a French rock climber and urban climber known for his daring ascents of skyscrapers and other tall structures without the use of safety equipment.

  • English engineer

  • British journalist and TV presenter

  • Indiana, USA. Guitarist (Guns N’ Roses - Welcome to the Jungle).

  • Canadian actress

  • Ilan Stavans is a Mexican-American author known for his works on Latino culture and identity.

  • Richard Hatch

    American newsfigure is the last contestant in Survivor's final round. Survivor was a big success on CBS in 2000. It placed 16 contestants on a South Seas Island where they could live off the land and vote for their castmates. The plot involved strategies and alignments that were not duck-soup for Hatch, but he was able to bring out the …

  • Manager and English footballer

  • John Schneider

    John Schneider is an American actor best known for his role as Bo Duke in the television series The Dukes of Hazzard.

  • French TV host. He is passionate about extreme sports and jet-skis and alpine skis. He also follows athletics that require exceptional skill and control. He was thrown off his motorcycle and suffered multiple fractures to the pelvis and thighbone. He was just separated from his fiancA(c).

  • Dutch radio host

1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on April 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • His psychic connections allow him to be a Brazilian psychic composer of piano. With the help of his spirit guides, he is also a skilled draftsman.

  • French engineer was involved in Furiani-Bastia. He was the Sud-Tribune Co's general manager and designed the stadium. He had no engineering or educational backgrounds. He admitted to his recklessness and apologized during the trial. He was convicted for manslaughter, involuntary injury and murder.

  • Jean-Pierre Pernaut is a French journalist best known for his long career as a news anchor on TF1, particularly for presenting the daily news program 'Le 13 Heures'.

  • Grzegorz Lato is a Polish former footballer and coach, best known for his prolific goal-scoring ability and his performances in the 1974 FIFA World Cup where he won the Golden Boot award.

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on April 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • American-Canadian keyboard player and singer-songwriter

  • American professional astrologer, who has studied and practised astrology since 1971. He is also a registered social worker with the State of Michigan for over 31 years. Richard was the Astrology Software Store and AstroDatabank's head since mid-2005.

  • Italian who ordered the mercy killing of his wife. Elena Forzatti (46 years old) was in an unreversible coma. She was only kept alive by life-support. Ezio was admitted to the hospital by his father on June 21, 1998. When the medical staff refused him to turn off his life support machine, Ezio threatened them with a gun and turned …

  • Lawyer and politician from Sri Lanka, 39th Attorney General of Sri Lanka (d.2007).

  • English producer and director

  • Baroness Young of Old Scone Scottish politician and academic

  • American basketball player who played for Cleveland only once (1971). He is the son George Mikan, a basketball legend.

  • Canadian gay rights lawyer

  • Massachusetts, United States -- Bank Robber (FBI most wanted).

  • Robert Kiyosaki

    Cashflow Technologies was co-founded by an American businessman

  • French businessman and political consultant. He served as the Director-General for the World Trade Organization (WTO), from September 2005 to September 2013. His appointment was for a term of four years and took effect on September 1, 2005. WTO members appointed Lamy again in April 2009 for a fourth four-year term that began on September 2009. Roberto AzevAado succeeded him. …

  • German social scientist. For 16 years she was a lecturer on psychology in schools for adults education and a professional Astrologer. She established a practice of psychological astrology in 1988. An active member of the aEUR~Deutscher Astrologenverband/DAVaEUR(tm), she has been the acting director of the aEUR~DAV-Ausbildungszentrum RuhrgebietaEUR(tm) in Witten, Germany since the early '90s. She was born in a German …

  • French essayist, novelist and journalist. On 18 December 1997, he was elected to AcadA (c)mie FranASSaise.

  • British horror and science fiction author. His most popular works, "The Magic Cottage," Haunted," and "Creed" are his best-selling books. They established him as an original and deep writer. His chilling and powerful novels transport the reader to the realm of evil. They evoke a sense of peril and an ever-increasing tension and have been sold worldwide in excess of …

  • Fairfax, Vermont -- Equestrian dressage (1992, 96 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)

  • British fashion designer, known as Queen of Punk, won the Designer of Year award in 1990 and 1991 and was made an OBE for 1992. Her work was permanently displayed at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, and the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York City.

  • American family, one of the singing Lennon Sisters. They appeared on "Lawrence Welk Show", December 1955, and were there for 12 years.

  • Darlene Gillespie

    Canadian-American actress and dancer

  • California, USA; singer (Lennon Sisters).

  • Martins Ferry Sports Champions

  • French Air Force general. From 1994 to 1995, he was Chief of Staff for the French Air Force and Chief of Defence Staff between 1995 and 1998.

  • American basketball player who was a specialist. He played for the Boston Celtics from 1962 to 1978. He was elected to the Hall of Fame.

  • Ohio, USA; NBA Hall-of Fame (Boston Celtics).

1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on April 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • Elizabeth Clare Prophet was an American spiritual leader, author, and speaker, known for her leadership of the religious movement The Summit Lighthouse.

  • American beauty pageant contestant and actress (d.2010)

  • Greek singer (d. 1989)

  • Journalist

  • African politician and U.N. Secretary-General for Ghana. Kofi Annan was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2001. He has contributed greatly to the United Nations' sense of purpose and even its ability to fulfill its mission. His speech was inspirational:

  • Canadian politician and physician 25th Premier of Nova Scotia

  • American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitching pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1962 to 1965. After retiring in 1998, he worked as the Director of Special Events at Duke University and Director of Athletics.

  • Seymour Hersh

    American investigative reporter and author, who is often called a master of government expose. His award-winning articles about the My Lai massacre and CIA domestic spying, wiretaps and other important stories are notable. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1970. He also wrote four controversial books. He received his B.A. He earned his B.A. in history in 1958, and …

  • Serbian painter and author (d. 2010).

  • German actor, most well-known in Germany for his role as the star in the TV detective series Peter Strohm from 1989 to 1996.

  • Berlin, Germany -- Actor (Despair and Marriage of Marla Braun).

  • American lawyer, politician, novelist, and activist in Chicano Movement. His novels "Autobiography of a Brown Buffalo", (1972), and "The Revolt of the Cockroach People," (1973) were his most popular works. He also shared friendship with Hunter S. Thompson, an American author. In his novel Fear and Loathing, Thompson described him as Dr. Gonzo, a Samoan heavyweight attorney. Acosta vanished in …

  • 1984 - Epidemiologist (Living Legacy Award - 1984).

  • American soldier educator and politician

  • American politician, attorney, and Chicano Movement activist (d. 1974?)

  • Japanese architect designed Nakagin Capsule Tower (d. 2007).

  • American Astrologer. He was a member of AFA March 1974. Died 1984.

  • A Scottish politician and Conservative Member of Parliament was elected to the General Election on 6/11/1987.

  • Canadian psychologist and president, Centre for the Healing Arts. Her books include "Healing Yourself" (1988), and "The Dragon Within", A Tale of Self Discovery, Healing, and Healing (2002).

  • French screenwriter and film director. Rappeneau, a French film director and screenwriter, directed a Technicolor version of Cyrano de Bergerac in 1990. This was his adaptation of Edmond Rostand's classic French play. It starred GA(c)rard Depardieu, who may have been his most memorable role. Rappeneau's film version of the play is one of the most costly French films and the …

  • Iskandar of Johor (d.2010)

  • California, USA; actor.

  • John Gavin

    Hispanic-American diplomat and actor. His films included "Spartacus," 1960 and the "Romanoff and Juliet," 1963, as well as the TV seriess "Destry," 1962 and 1965. He was a handsome and dark leading man. Gavin served a four year stint as an air intelligence officer in the Navy, during and after the Korean War. Gavin briefly worked as a press agent …

  • Director

  • Dorothy Tutin

    British actress who has been a leading actor in Shakespearean roles since 1952. At 15 years old, Tutin left school to study music. Her father encouraged her to become an actor. After joining Peter Hall's first company, Tutin was pushed into acting by her father. She opened "The Living Room" in April 1953 and became a star in the Shakespearean …

  • New York, USA; baritone (Falke-Die Fledermaus).

  • Duke of Parma (d.2010)

1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on April 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • Jacques Brel

    Belgian-born French composer and lyricist, as well as singer. From 1953 to 1967, he was a Parisian troubadour. Brel was the author of over 500 songs and also produced and starred as the French actor in "Man of La Mancha" in 1968.

  • Film historian

  • Austrian opera singer. He was a bass-baritone and made his debut in 1950 with the Vienna Staatsoper. In 1976, he made his debut at Covent Garden. He was married once.

  • Italian author and historian

  • American trumpet player and bandleader (The Wrecking Crew), (d. 2013).

  • American chemical engineer and CEO of James River Corporation of Virginia (a paper products company). Halsey graduated with a BS degree in Chemical Engineering. He enjoys sailing as a hobby.

  • English author (d. 2010)

  • French publisher. Known for publishing the Marquis de Sade's work in the 1950s. Also, the first publisher of Anne Desclos/Pauline RA (c)age's Story of O (1954), and the first edition of Kenneth Anger’s Hollywood Babylon (1959).

  • American architect

  • German theologian

  • Shecky Greene

    American comedian

  • Shirley Mills

    American actress and dancer (d.2010)

  • French Catholic priest, Bishop Emeritus de Lille.

  • Franco Corelli

    Italian Tenor, named "Favorite Tenor" of the Century. Coreli is known for his vibrato and trademark diminuendos at high notes. Coreli's voice is full with passion, core and punch. His Roman coin good looks earned him the reputation as the most beautiful tenor. You can hear his charismatic and romantic nature in his voice and see it in his movements. …

  • Composer

  • Czech composer (d. 1984)

  • Dutch footballer (d. 2013)

  • London, England -- Actor. (Moonraker. Are You Being Served?


1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on April 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • France Actor

  • A Rhodesian politician, he was a member of parliament from 1953 to 1964 and Prime Minister 1964 until his retirement in 1979. His white-minority government declared Rhodesian independence from British rule 11/11/1965.

  • Premier of Rhodesia (1964 -..)

  • American First Lady, when Gerald Ford was sworn into office as the 38th president of the United States, just minutes after Richard Nixon's resignation, 8/09/1974. Later, she was known for her courage in confronting substance abuse and her struggles to create the Betty Ford Rehab Centre.

  • American railroad entrepreneur who combined Great Northern, Northern Pacific, Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy railroads to create the largest railroad in America. He fought federal antitrust laws for years before he was finally able to complete his merger.

  • American academic and author (d. 1992).

  • Transsexual British, born to a surgeon and a mother who was a great pianist and singer. Robert was a racecar driver, fighter pilot, and married. Robert stated that he was female from the age of ten. He made the sexual transition at 30. He/she divorced in 1971 after the final operation to complete his sex transition.

  • Actor (Moonraker - Are You Being Served) dies at 66

  • Costa Rican writer prolific of short stories, novels and essays.

  • American pilot; World War II veteran; founder of Avis car-rental business.

  • Croatian philosopher and physicist; President of Croatian Academy of Arts and Sciences (1991-1997) (d. 2007).

  • American artist and bookstore owner gave her only child/son to adoption. Her son found her at 28. He was a free spirit.

  • Maria Felix was a renowned Mexican actress known for her beauty, talent, and strong personality.

  • María Félix

    Mexican film actress. She is considered to be one of the most significant female characters of the Golden Age Mexican cinema. She was also regarded as one of the most beautiful actresses in film and one of Spanish-language cinema's greatest erotica. She is also known as Pedro ArmendA!riz or Dolores del RAo and one of the most prominent figures in …

  • N?mes physician

  • Sonja Henie

    The Norwegian champion ice skater, with over 257 medals and cups. She was awarded Gold Medals at the Olympics in 1928, 1932, and 1935. In 1936 she became a professional at the Ice Carnivals. Henie has been in ten films.

  • German/Syrian commandant of KZ Lower Drancy, dies.

  • Grenoble physician

  • American award-winning author, born to a prominent wealthy family and heiresse. She published her first novel at the age of 74 to great critical acclaim. The American Book Award for first fiction was won by "The Stones of Ibarra" in 1984. The National Endowment for the Arts granted her a grant. In 1993, it was followed by "Consider This, Senora", …

  • American football player and officer (d. 2000).

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on April 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • Scottish Chief Constable of Glasgow, 1960. Robertson received the Queen's Police Medal for 1961. He was married with three children. He died on May 3, 1990 at the age of 84.

  • Flemish writer / poet (Mirror of the Sea).

  • Canadian educator and tenor (d. 1974).

  • M Fennell Joseph Anti-Apartheid Writer (Side By Side).

  • American comedian, writer, and actress. She had credits for 24 plays and 14 films, as well as radio talk shows. A great wit! She went to Europe at 16 to study, and returned to her home country to perform a small theater.

  • German graphic designer and sprinter (d. 1978).

  • South African anti-apartheid activist (d. 1992).

  • German field hockey player (d. 1971).

  • Belgian centenarian

  • Yves Congar was a French Dominican friar, theologian, and cardinal of the Catholic Church known for his contributions to the Second Vatican Council.

  • Besan?on physician

  • composer.

  • English economist and Nobel Prize laureate in academics (d. 1989).

  • Belgium Writer

  • Italy Scientist

  • Carmen Boni

    Italian actress (d. 1963).

  • French metal worker, self-taught designer and architect. His greatest achievement was to transfer manufacturing technology from industry into architecture without sacrificing aesthetic qualities. His design abilities were not restricted to one field. Jean ProuvA(c), a designer, was involved in industrial design, furniture design, and structural design throughout his career.

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