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2009 - 2000

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

  • He is a Moroccan prince and an heir apparent to his throne. He is the oldest of King Mohammed VI and Princess Lalla Salma, both Moroccans. His younger sister is Princess Lalla Khadija. He was named after his grandfather Hassan II. If he ascends to the throne, he will likely reign as Hassan III.

  • Crown Prince of Morocco

1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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

  • Nora Arnezeder

    French singer and actress, born to a Catholic father and an Austrian mother and a Jewish Egyptian mother. She was born in Aix-en-Provence. She studied dancing and singing in Bali. Christophe Barratier directed her first major role in Paris 36.

  • He was a French professional tennis player. He was a finalist at Serbian Open, and semi-finalist in the Italian Open. Roger Federer defeated him. After winning his first singles title, the Swedish open, his best rankings are world 26th and 24th in 2013. He reached the final of the Japan Open on 11 October 2015 (defeated in the defeat by …

  • Daniel Kaluuya
  • Indian baseball player

  • Danish player in ice hockey

  • American runner

  • YouTube Star

  • Turkish tennis player

  • Field Hockey Player

  • American soccer player


1979 - 1970

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


1969 - 1960

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

  • American sumo wrestler, The 64th Yokozuna

  • French boxer and light heavyweight. He lost just one bout at the World championship in April 1993, out of 28. He was WBA Cruiserweight Champion, and a former WBC Light Heavyweight champion since 6/16/1995. He stopped Ken Murphy in the seventh round on 11/13/1999 to keep his WBA Cruiserweight Championship.

  • French journalist for L'Express, literary critic and TV host, he hosts the weekly program "La Grande Librairie", on France 5 (since 2008).

  • English rower

  • French television and radio host.

  • French filmmaker. His works include commercial director, music video director and screenwriter. His inventive visual style and manipulations of mise en scène"ne are well-known. He is the great-grandson of Constant Martin, inventor. Paul, his teenage son, is an artist. Olivier "Twist", his brother, is also a TV commercial director and music video director, creating music videos for bands like The …

  • French politician and high ranking government official who was Secretary for State for the Budget between 2000 and 2002.

  • Belarusian triple jumper

  • French criminologist and freemason. He was elected professor of criminology at Paris' National Conservatory for Arts and Crafts (CNAM Paris). He is also a Senior Research Fellow at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York and at the University of Law and Political Science of China, Beijing.

  • A French sailor who won the VendA(c?)e Globe 1992-1993.

  • Kicker for the Canadian Football League (Montreal Alouettes).

  • Russian diver (d. 2015)

  • He was an Italian soccer player who played for AC Milan. His international debut was in 1982. He was known as "Il Capitano", a defensive player who won six league titles. He also played in two World Cup matches in 1990 and 1994. In 1996, he retired from soccer but continued to manage the team.

  • American bass player (Cinderella & Naked Beggars).

  • French journalist, filmmaker, producer, and entrepreneur. He is half-brother to the businessman Patrice De Maistre and nephew to the director RenA(c] ClA(c]ment.

1959 - 1950

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

  • British-South African Astrologer. He is well-known locally for his radio and television appearances. She was born to six children of South African settlers. Her grandmother was an astronomer and she began studying it in 1986. She also married that year. She is slim, beautiful, and stylish.

  • Football Player

  • Japanese singer and actress

  • New Mexico, USA; NFL defensive back (San Francisco 49ers).

  • She is a French pop singer, Portuguese-born. In 1977, she won the Eurovision Song Contest with "L'Oiseau et l'Enfant".

  • American professional football coach

  • Canadian politician and lawyer, 6th Canadian Minister for Natural Resources

  • Toronto, Ontario -- Actor (Night Heat)

  • Japanese actress

  • He is a Canadian composer, musician, and professor of composition at McGill University. He also conducts the Contemporary Music Ensemble, and organizes the festivals MontrA (c)al Nouvelles - Musiques and MusiMars. He was awarded the Jules LA (c)ger Prize in New Chamber Music in 1987.

  • Croatian general

  • American actor and director

  • Virginia, USA; actor.

  • French weather forecaster on private channel TF1.

  • French journalist, who worked for France TA(c),lA(c),visions. He died of cancer on 26 August 1995 at 44. His wife and three children survived him. He is NoAl MamA're's brother.

  • American actor and singer (Earth Wind & Fire),

  • Italian roller skating champion. Rita married Dr. Maurizio Vaglini on 9/07/1974. Both were killed in a car accident on 8/10/2000.

  • Actress (Ted Knight Show - M*A*S*H - Just the 10 of Us).

  • Estonian composer and educator (d.2000)

  • Three Michelin stars were awarded to a French chef and restaurateur: in 1986, 1987, and 1995. He was named "Chef de l'année" in 1990. Veyrat was a shepherd from the age of 29 until he became a chef. He is well-known for his unconventional attacks on traditional Gallic traditions and self-taught. In 1978, he opened his first restaurant and then …

  • American music documentary filmmaker

1949 - 1940

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

  • French politician, Socialist Senator and President of the Haute-Normandie Region. He was also the inaugural president of the transnational Arc Manche Assembly.

  • British pro-astrologer. He was interested in astrology from 1973, when he met an astronaut on a ground plane and was immediately captivated by their conversation. He is the author and editor of books about megaliths, sacred geometry, and he uses composite charts and midpoint in his practice.

  • American-Canadian producer and lawyer

  • American baseball coach and player

  • American scientist, chairman of the Astronomy Department at San Francisco City College since September 1972. His lecture series "Cosmic evolution", sponsored by NASA and Americas Research Center and held every year in major American cities, has earned him an international reputation.

  • Canadian politician

  • English philosopher, author, and academic

  • French-Canadian politician

  • American priest, American ecclesiastic. He was suspended in January 2001 and is facing one allegation for sex abuse. While under investigation, he was assigned to the Development Office. Ward, a charming and smooth Reverend, was one of many priests to be accused. His sister was shocked by the idea that he might be guilty and denied it.

  • American composer and pianist

  • Dutch politician and jurist

  • Baron German Welsh teacher and politician, Deputy First Minister for Wales

  • Before entering politics, she was a school teacher in Australia. She married Ian Haines on 5/13/1967 and had two daughters. She discovered the appeal of politics in the mid-'70s and was elected to the Dem. senate on 10/18/1980. Don Chipp was succeeded by Haines as Dem. She was elected leader on August 17, 1986.

  • Gary Glitter

    Rock Singer

  • American astrologer. She is a graduate of 1969. In 1980, Professional Astrologers Inc. exams certified her and the American Federation of Astrologers the next year. She has been involved in research projects for over 30 years, mainly on birth control and stock market. She has also written Sun-sign columns and taught on cable TV and radio. She has been AFA's …

  • English drummer (T. Rex, Bill Legend's T. Rex).

  • American Astrologer. She began her studies at age 14 with her mother, an astrologer, but was more proficient in numerology. Haynes insists that her psychic abilities are supported by astrological indicators. In 1976, she began forecasting in Canada's Ontario. She moved to Los Angeles in 1980. She had her own radio station by 1984 and was building a large clientele.

  • Polish-French choreographer, dancer, and ballet director. He attended the Paris Conservatory and graduated in 1960. He also danced for renowned companies. From 1968, he created roles and started his own company. He was a prolific choreographer worldwide, and he performed in Paris and other provinces as well as traveling internationally.

  • James Mitchum

    Robert Mitchum's elder son is an American actor and family star.

  • American singer-songwriter (d. 2005).

  • American singer/actor (Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet), has died at the age of 45 (born in 1940).

  • American singer, half of the popular aEUR70s singing group "The Captain and Tennille", with husband Daryl Dragon. The most recent recordings of the couple include "20 Years of Romance" 1995 and "Tennille Sings Big Band" 1998. Their television series, "The Captain and Tennille", ran from 1976-1977. She also hosted the "Toni Tennille Variety Talk Show" in 1980.

  • American screenwriter and author (d. 2006).

  • Ricky Nelson

    American singer and songwriter. He was later inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He became a passionate tennis player in his second career as an adult.

  • Baron Blyth, Rowington English businessman & academic

1939 - 1930

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

  • A French cartoonist and illustrator, this French artist is widely recognized as one of the most influential figures in the visual arts industry today. He studied at the School of Applied Arts, and in 1954, he wrote and drew his first western strip, "Frank & Jeremie." This launched a career as a well-known western illustrator.

  • French ecclesiastic and Roman Catholic Bishop of Oran since 1981. Monsignor Claverie was killed in a bomb attack by the terrorist group that previously murdered seven Trappist monks on 3/17/96.

  • Miss World 1959: Dutch model

  • Indian-Pakistani cricketer

  • Claverie; bishop in Oran.

  • American conservative political commentator and professor of Literature at the University of Dallas

  • Baron Williamson, of Horton English soldier & politician

  • Baron Hoffmann South African-English lawyer, judge

  • governor (Dartmoor Prison).

  • American businessman and chairman of The Home Depot. He was also the director of Powerwave Technologies, which closed its doors in 2013.

  • American poet, author, and member of the beat generation with Ginsberg, Kerouac, and the prototype for "Dharma Bums." Snyder spent eight years in Japan, beginning in 1956. He later learned Buddhism there. After publishing his 1974 book, "Turtle Island", Snyder won a Guggenheim fellowship in 1968. He was also awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1975. His poetic voice was a …

  • Irish-English soprano

  • French historian, sociologist and novelist. He was also director of Paris Jour 1965-1969; editor of Paris Presse 1962-1965; and TV producer and writer (1967-1983).

  • Tennessee, USA. NFL Hall of Famer (Cleveland Browns and Chicago Bears, New Orleans Saints).

  • French poet and photographer (d. 2000).

1929 - 1920

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

  • American mystic and author of "Seth" books. She was dictated by a discarnate entity. She was a former author of several sci-fi and fantasy stories, as well as two novels. Roberts hadn't had a psychic experience since 9/09/1963, when an amazing inner world burst through to her senses in a flash. She was the medium for Seth and produced over …

  • French astrologer. He was an influencer and teacher for many well-known European astrologers like FranASSoise Harty and Catherine Aubier. Nicola was the chief editor of "CarrA(c), Astrologique" 1976-1979, and "Les Cahiers Conditionsalistes" 1980 magazines. He is also the author of "La condition solaire",1964, 1976, and "Pour une Astroologie moderne." 1977.

  • Japanese-American singer and actress (d. 2007).

  • American operations merchandising marketing marketer, CEO of Fleming (the largest wholesale food distributor in the country). Werries holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business.

  • Canadian politician and banker

  • Italian-American banker and advisor who fled to the U.S. for refuge in 1968. He was later indicted for a banking scandal involving laundering Vatican funds. There were as many as ten deaths. On 3/18/1986, he was convicted of murdering Giorgio Ambrosoli by paying $50,000 to William Joseph Arico to execute the crime. Ambrosoli was found dead in Milan shortly after …

  • American filmmaker and graphic designer (d. 1996).

  • American poet and author (d. 2003).

  • Finnish fetishist (d. 1991).

1919 - 1910

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

  • Lex Barker

    American actor, best known for his portrayal of Tarzan of the Apes as well as leading characters in Karl May's novels.

  • Hajibeyov composer.

  • Statesman

  • Jr. American politician and lawyer 36th Governor of Kansas (d.2014)

  • Italian police commissioner. He entered the police force in 1945 after completing his law studies. Despite having four packs of chain-smoking four times a day and ulcers, he loved his job because it was high tension and dangerous.

  • Norwegian violinist, conductor, composer. His work as a conductor of operas and operetta was his most prominent accomplishment.

  • He was an Italian actor who appeared between 1938 and 1960 in about thirty films. Argos, the Shipbuilder from the 1958 film "Hercules", and its 1959 sequel "Hercules Unchained," was one of his last roles.

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  • Deputy Chairman (Comm House of Lords).

  • Germany Military man

  • Litvak-born diplomat, novelist and film director from France. He is the only author who has won the Prix Goncourt two times (under his name and under a pseudonym).

  • Norwegian journalist and insurance man. He was editor of Forsikringstidende in 1947 and also headed the insurance Information Office. He was the chairman of Den Norske Fagpresses Forening 1956-1960, and was a member of International Federation of Periodical Press.

  • South African-English actor, singer (d. 1976).

  • American animator director, producer (d.1984)

  • French fencer who took home a silver medal at the 1936 Summer Olympics in the foil team event. He died 16 February 1977.

  • France sport Champion

  • Johannesburg, South Africa -- Actor (Carry On)

  • Canadian historian and political biographer, an anarchist thinker and essayist, and a Canadian literary critic. He was also a poet, and published many volumes of travel writing. He was also the founder editor of "Canadian Literature", the first academic journal to exclusively focus on Canadian writing. His book, "Anarchism - A History of Libertarian Ideas and Movements", (1962) is his …

  • [Dorn] Austrian writer (Mohrenlegende).


1909 - 1900

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

  • Norwegian journalist and newspaper editor. He was a Stavanger Aftenblad journalist from 1929 to 1945. He was the chair of both the Norwegian Union of Journalists (now the Norwegian Press Association) and the Norwegian Union of Journalists (now the Norwegian Union of Journalists). He was also a Nynorsk fan like his father Klaus Sletten.

  • German General, Military Planner and Peace Researcher. He was also responsible for the development of Innere FA 1/4 Hrung ("leadership development, civic education") and StaatsbA 1/2 rger Uniform ("citizens wearing uniform"), which were the main concepts of the German Bundeswehr.

  • Italian film director, producer, and scenarist. He is the most prominent representative of the post-WWII wave of realism. His films include "Open City", 1946, "Paisan", 1948, and "Germany Year Zero," 1949. Later, he concentrated on television documentaries. Rossellini was a pioneer in TV documentaries and the neo-Italian realism movement that revolutionized cinema worldwide after World War II. It represented truth, …

  • Plymouth, Indiana -- Composer.

  • Max Brod, Israeli mistress (d. 2007).

  • French geographer who died 3 July 1992.

  • American jazz composer, jazz bandleader and cornettist. He recorded in many musical styles.

  • composer.

  • French actor and mime comedian with a long, sorrowful, equine face and a radiant and toothy smile. One of France's leading box-office draws, he built a four-decade career from 1930. His films included the four great "Don Camillo" political comedies.

  • Marseilles, France -- Comedian.

  • Joseph Desire Contandin] French actor. Paris Holiday.

  • French physician and biologist, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1965. He was the chief of the macrobiotic physiology section at the Institut Pasteur since 1938. He was also Professor at the Science Faculty, 1959-1968.

  • Italy Writer

  • Ainay-le-Ch?teau physician

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