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

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2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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

  • Reality TV personality in America

  • Ukrainian runner

  • French cyclocross and road bike racer, Francois Tro-Bro LA(c),on winner in 2013, led to an FDJ sweep of the podium. Team-mates Johan Le Bon followed him across the finish line.

1979 - 1970

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


1969 - 1960

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


1959 - 1950

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

  • British singer and songwriter, Frankie Goes to Hollywood. He is well-known in the London gay scene. Rutherford's open homosexuality and that of Holly Johnson, his vocalist, gave the group a sensational aura. This, along with their music, helped propel them to the top in the 1980s pop music scene.

  • French business leader who specializes in investment banking and financial markets.

  • Canadian-American critic and author

  • Florida, USA; tennis star.

  • Serbian screenwriter and actor (d. 2008).

  • American producer and bass player (Blue A-yster Cult Utopia, The New Cars).

  • He is an Italian actor who has appeared as an actor in over 40 films and TV shows since 1976. Fiorile was his film role, which was entered in the 1993 Cannes Film Festival.

  • Sumi Shimamoto
  • American psychic healer, Caralyn, prefers to go by the name counselor and avoids the title 'psychic'. She was working alongside a local doctor in 1987, and kept a room in his clinic to see people he had lost faith with, as far as traditional physical treatment is concerned.

  • American lawyer and advisor to the Obama Administration

  • He is an American scholar, lawyer, and professor. His tenure as an advisor to the State Department during the Obama administration began with his Senate confirmation in June 2009. Since 1985, he has been a Yale University faculty member and was the Yale Law School Dean from 2004 to 2009.

  • Indian professional wrestler

  • Kim Basinger

    American actress, sensual, full-lipped, and gorgeously beautiful. She is a Cherokee part, and she stands 5' 8". She was the third child of five children born to a financier, who once played in a large band and was a former model. Her parents tested her for autism when she was a child. She began to break out of her shell …

  • American comedian, who was born in 1953, is killed in a car accident at 38.

  • American activist and author

  • Businessman

  • Georgia, USA; actress (9 1/2 weeks, Batman).


1949 - 1940

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

  • Francis Huster

    French film actor, director, comedian, and scriptwriter. His father Charles was the commercial director at Lancia, and his mother was Jewish Polish. He studied acting at Paris Conservatoire with RenA(c) Simon and Antoine Vitez, and joined the "ComA(c)die-FranASSaise" in 1971.

  • American musician who founded the "Allman Brothers Band." They were once super-stars until their dissolution in 1976. It was founded in 1969 by Duane, his brother. The group was considered one of the best rhythm and blues, rock'n’roll bands on the market. Duane was however killed in a motorcycle accident on 10/1971.

  • French singer and leader of the group Martin Circus. He was part of the production of Princess Stephanie from Monaco's first album. He charted four singles for France during his solo career.

  • American producer and director of actor

  • Dutch politician (PvdA Second Chamber).

  • French journalist in sports who has presented a variety of television programs.

  • American composer and actor

  • Sharmila Tagore

    Indian actress and model

  • California, USA; actor/composer.

  • Jim Morrison

    American singer, songwriter and poet. He is the founder and lead singer of the iconic rock band "The Doors." A top-selling group of the 1960s, with mega-hits like "Riders on the Storm", and "Light My Fire," the Doors were a top choice. He is the author "The Lords and the New Creatures," 1969.

  • American pro-astrologer. By 2000, she was a consultant for 32 and a licensed psychotherapist 20 years. She is based in Los Angeles and offers phone consultations to clients around the globe. She is a freelance writer and examines current issues from a psycho-spiritual perspective. Her book "Traveling Eternity Road" was published in 2001.

  • Mary Woronov

    American screenwriter and actress

  • American poet and academic (d.2015)

  • American Astrologer, Computer Programmer, and Software Designer. He created the Pathfinder software as well as the Hunter Research engine to support Edwin Steinbrecher's data collection. He founded the Texas Metaphysical Arts Center and has been a teacher of astrology since 1965. He co-founded D.O.M.E. with Steinbrecher.

  • Musician

  • Activist

  • rock drummer (Hollies).

  • Manager and English footballer

  • Evenhuis; Dutch UnderSecretary of Economic, (VVD).

  • Cleveland sports Champions

  • American baseball player, a right-handed shortstop who played with the Washington Senators, Detroit Tigers, St. Louis Cardinals, Texas Rangers, and New York Yankees between 1961 and 1975.

  • American baseball player

  • French movie technician. She was married to Gill Paquet 7/17/1969 and they have two children. Gill died from cancer on February 6, 1996, leaving her widow. Six months later, she was widowed when Gill died of cancer. On 7/26/1996, they were confirmed to be among the victims. Ingrid and Ingrid were on their way back to France from visiting Siegfried, …

  • Italian actress and showgirl

  • English actress (Hedda and Dr Who & the Daleks).

1939 - 1930

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

  • World-renowned Irish flutist. In the 1960s, he played piccolo and flute with Sadler's Wells Opera Orchestra. He also performed with the Royal Opera House Orchestra and BBC Symphony Orchestra. He began his career with the London Symphony Orchestra and Royal Philharmonic in the late 1960s. In 1969-1975, he was the Berlin Philharmonic's first flute player. His international career as a …

  • Canadian ice hockey coach and player

  • Northern Irish flautist

  • Ireland; flutist (18k gold flute, Royal Philharmonic).

  • Mississippi, USA; rock vocalist ("Never Give You Up").

  • French illustrator, graphic designer, photographer and director of advertising films. He was born to a former Broadway dancer, an American mother. He was a father to Grace Jones, a top-model and singer-actress. He married Karen Park and had a second child.

  • David Carradine

    American actor, first child of actor John Carradine and first of his father's four wives. When his parents divorced, he was only seven years old. He was constantly shuttled from one coast to the other. He was an emotional orphan and became close with the seven half-brothers, stepbrothers, and half brothers he inherited from his father's activities. In 1961, he …

  • French businessman and editor, President of A%0ditions Albin Michel S.A.

  • American publisher

  • California, USA; actor (Kung Fu, Mean Streets, Boxcar Bertha, Young Guns).

  • Indian actor producer and politician

  • Russian-Israeli chess player

  • American professor of economics, who specializes on American economic history and the economy of aging. Wimmer is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). He has served in various roles for the Church, including as a Sunday School president, as a High Priests group leader and as a ward executive secretary, as well as …

  • Flip Wilson

    American comedian. He was the first black comedian to cross race lines by creating his own TV variety show that used universally funny material. Because of his flippant humor, he was nicknamed "Flip". Wilson hosted TV's first black variety show, "The Flip Wilson Show," 1970-1974. He won two Emmys and a Grammy.

  • New Jersey, USA; comedian (Flip Wilkins Show).

  • Brazil impresario, a show organizer. He died from a heart attack in Rio de Janeiro Brazil on April 13, 2002.

  • He was a cyclist racer and won the Tour de France 1958. He was known as "The angel of mountains" and was considered the greatest climber of his generation.

  • American dancer, first professional performance 1951.

  • American lawyer and astrologer. He was born in 1962 and has a San Diego, CA practice. He is also an expert astrologer, and author of "Contemporary Astrology," 1977.

  • Top Rank was founded by an American boxing promoter

  • Maximilian Schell

    Theater author, famous actor with an international career. He won the Oscar for best actor in a film in 1961.

  • English politician and journalist (d. 2000).

  • French cardiologist, who performed the first successful European heart transplant on Damien Boulogne, in early 1968. This was just months after Professor Barnard's first heart transplant in Cape Town.

  • Composer

  • United States -- Sci-fi author (Starbrat, Greymantle, Kingsbane)

1929 - 1920

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

  • American transvestite, burglar and forger who owned a window-washing business. Although he was suspected in the murders of Marilyn Sheppard, the investigation was concluded after his death.

  • He was an Italian writer who received awards and prizes for his work in 1982, 1983 and 1965. He was the infant son of an unknown father. He had a difficult childhood, and his adoptive mother was not supportive. His grandmom raised him mostly. As a student, he was able to daydream and then write as an adult.

  • Businessman

  • Masso Enterprises' founder and CEO, and the creator of low-cost "build it yourself" houses.

  • A Swiss astrologer who was the leading astrologer in ZA 1/4 over many years. After studying in Paris and London she worked as an art gallery manager in a ZA 1/4-rich area. She was a close friend of Thomas Ring, a German astrologer and well-known painter. Many Swiss artists were her friends and many politicians were their clients. Calderara was …

  • American entertainer, Golden Boy, dies of throat cancer at 64. He was born in 1925.

  • American jazz organist (d. 2005)

  • Italian politician and First Minister of Italy 1980. In June 1981, his four-party coalition government was overthrown by a bizarre scandal. He was accused of being part of a secret Masonic group that was involved in tax fraud, espionage and undermining Italy's parliamentary system. After releasing a card file listing 963 Lodge members, he resigned.

  • American comedian, actor, singer, comedian, and TV and nightclubs entertainer. He is extremely talented in all aspects of his craft. In 1955, he was nominated as the Best Specialty Act Emmy.

  • New York, USA: singer/dancer/actor. (Ocean's 11 Candy Man).

  • French historian who specialized in Northern Europe. He was a professor at the Institute of Political Studies in Paris (1952-1964), then at the Sorbonne and finally as Director of Studies at the EHESS School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences.

  • Australian historian and academic (d.2015)

  • German-English illustrator and painter (d. 2011).

  • As a charter member, the Parapsychology Association, she was a French parapsychologist. She had an interest in mediumship physiology and clairvoyance. She was a specialist in ESP experiments with children and the study the teacher-student relationship. Her husband also assisted her in the placement of dice and plant growth experiments. She also wrote articles and translated the Handbook of Tests …

  • Norwegian skier, fighter pilot and model. Stein Eriksen, his younger brother, was an alpine skier.

  • Belgian painter. His 1940s paintings were in the tradition Flemish Expressionism. He practiced informal abstraction in the 1950s. After a 1961 trip to Greece, his work became more serious. In 1964, he visited the USA and became the most well-known Belgian Pop artist. He used images from mass media mostly of women and often introduced lesbian themes. He created a …

  • Trinian-English rugby player and sprinter (d. 2013).

  • educationalist.

  • Trinidad -- 100m runner (1952 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)

1919 - 1910

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

  • French baritone, considered one of the most outstanding interpreters of mA (c)lodie (French Art Song) in the Generation after Pierre Bernac and Charles PanzA.

  • French baritone (d.2004)

  • Norwegian actor on stage, film, and television. Most famous for his role as Kjell in Olsenbanden-movies. He was Svein's older brother.

  • French-American artist.

  • Norwegian geologist. He was a University of Bergen employee since 1949. In 1967, he was made professor of Quaternary geology and in 1972, he became professor of marine geology. Olaf Holtedahl, his father, was professor of geoology at the University of Oslo between 1920 and 1955.


1909 - 1900

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

  • Polish politician is considered to be the right-hand man for KC Polish Un Workers Party (PZPR leader WA,adysAw GomuA),ka.

  • American politician and 2nd Secretary of Transportation United States (d. 1994).

  • Max Rouquette (pronounced Roqueta Occitan language) was one of Occitan's most prominent contemporary writers. He was a physician and activist. He was a physician in Aniane (HA(c),rault) from 1936 to 1946. He continued his education as a school doctor until 1974 and as a consultant to the National Health services of Montpellier.

  • American politician and soldier 61st Governor Massachusetts (d. 1994).

  • Spanish actress and singer (d. 1990).

  • American Astrologer, who joined AFA in 7/20/1940. He was also the director of foreign languages review. He translated Kuno Foelsch’s book on Transits to English.

  • composer.

  • Le Faou?t Military man

  • Tennis champion Allison Jr (US Open-1935).

  • Estonian-American academic and author (d. 1982).

  • Chinese politician and general (d. 1990).

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