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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on August 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

  • He is an English family legend and the son of Emma Bunton (ex-Spice Girl) and Jade Jones (also a musician). Beau is Beau's first child.


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on August 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

  • American reality TV personality, model and socialite. Her most notable appearances are on E! Reality television series Keeping Up with the Kardashians is her most well-known appearance.

  • Instagram Star


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on August 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • He is an American Olympic athlete and was selected to represent the USA in the Ski Team at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. He was forced to withdraw due to illness. He experienced stomach pains on February 2, 2010 and was rushed by his family to a Park City, UT, hospital. The next day, his appendix nearly burst was …

  • Italian footballer

  • Brazilian actress

  • Italian footballer


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on August 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • Lisa Dergan
  • American football player. He was a quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings (1993), Detroit Lions(1994), San Francisco 49ers (95aEUR]1996), Seattle Seahawks (96aEUR]1997), and Indianapolis Colts (1997). Toretta is best known for his remarkable college career at the University of Miami. He led his team to victory week after week, amassing 7,000 aerial yards in his four-year career. He was presented the …

  • New Zealand-Australian journalist and cricketer

  • Thomas Lennon

1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on August 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • German singer-songwriter and bass player (Blind Guardian and Demons and Wizards).

  • Italian businesswoman from a prominent family. She is the daughter Silvio Berlusconi's first wife Carla Elvira Lucia Dall'Oglio. She married Maurizio Vanadia (a former dancer) and they have two children together. Gabriele Vanadia was born on December 28, 2002 at 10:13.

  • German singer

  • English television host and gardener

  • Indian politician and lawyer (d. 2001).

  • Author and journalist English-American

  • Coach and footballer from the Netherlands

  • Indian "Bandit queen," a local Robin Hood, encouraged low-caste Indians, particularly women, to seek equality by law. Her life story was the subject a controversial movie, "The Bandit Queen" in 1994.

  • Antonio Banderas

    He was a Spanish actor who became a well-known leading man in Spanish films. His roles in Pedro Almodovar’s 1988 film "Women on the verge of a Nervous Brokendown" and "Tie Me up!" brought him international recognition. Tie Me Down!" 1990.

  • American golfer

  • Italian actress

  • Estonian long jumper and sprinter

1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on August 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Rosanna Arquette

    American actress, born to a family of three generations liberal actors. She was raised in a community, and became a hippie flower child at eighteen. At fourteen, she moved out on her own to San Francisco to hitchhike, take drugs, and find a boyfriend. At 17 she married for one year.

  • Welsh politician and sailor

  • Innu-Canadian singer-songwriter (Kashtin)

  • Designer

  • Musician

  • American boxer (d. 2012).

  • Shadow Leader of the House of Commons, an English politician and nurse

  • English cricketer coach and manager

  • American boxer. World heavyweight champion 12/10/1982. After ten years of professional boxing. He won the Golden Gloves title ten years prior to that. He won his first professional fight on 10/15/1977 by knockout in round 4.

  • Australian comics artist and cartoonist from Scotland. Probably best known as the illustrator and publisher of "From Hell" (written by Alan Moore), Campbell is also the creator of the semi-autobiographical "Alec" stories collected in "Alec: The Years Have Pants," and "Bacchus" (aka "Deadface"), a wry adventure series about the few Greek gods who have survived to the present day. His …

  • American set designer (d. 2013)

  • Filipina broadcast journalist and television personality

  • Politician

  • Diane Venora

    American actress

  • Daniel Hugh Kelly

    American actor

  • French investigator magistrate, known for his expertise in financial and political corruption cases. He investigated the French-Taiwan frigates Affair. This was connected to the Clearstream scandal and the Urba case.

  • American singer and coloratura soprano. As a child, she studied flute and sang in a chorus. At 18, she saw her first opera. She majored vocal performance at the University of Michigan and made her professional debut in January 1996. She was first known in America in 1978, and then in Europe in 1978 for her leading roles in contemporary …

  • TV Actor

  • Italian manager at Saman, a rehabilitation community for drug addicts, she assumed the helm after her husband, Mauro Rostagno was assassinated by unknown people on 9/26/1988.

  • Oskaloosa (Kansas) -- Actor (Abe Carver - Days of our Lives).

  • Rocker (Iron Butterfly)

  • Clinicaloncologist

  • Canadian actor

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on August 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • Anwar Ibrahim, a Malaysian politician. He is the defacto Leader of Opposition of Malaysia, (Pakatan Rakyat), an economic advisor to Selangor's state government[2] and a leader of PKR [KeADILan]. From 1993 to 1998, he was the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia and the Finance Minister from 1991 until 1998. After rising to prominence as a student leader, he was held …

  • American nun and college professor.

  • American lawyer. Nominated by President George W. Bush to the US Supreme Court October 3, 2005. President George W. Bush nominated Miers to the Supreme Court to replace Sandra Day O'Connor, who had previously announced her intention to retire as soon the seat was available.

  • Dutch founder (Schlager Festival Gay Party)

  • American chairperson of Nottawaseppi Huron Band Of Potawatomi (Born in 1945).

  • Athlete

  • American fashion designer, best known for her whimsical and feminine designs. Many of her designs can be described as "over-the-top" and embellished. Her fashion shows are often ended with a cartwheel.

  • fashion designer (1971 Winnie Award).

  • English physicist and engineer

  • American teacher of English and languages. She married Harvey in June 1964, and they have two sons, Daniel (and Douglas). Her mom claims that Bonnie was in her womb for ten weeks, and is a fetal hibernation patient.

  • French serial killer.

  • Dutch TV host/founder (Simplistic Union).

  • Australian painter and sculpture

  • England, United Kingdom -- 200m Backstroke Swimmer (1960 Olympics - Gold Medalist).

  • American news figure arrested on 4/16/1998 for kidnapping charges of his two daughters, 18 years earlier.


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on August 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • American pro-American astrologer, based in Washington, DC., is a lecturer and author of articles as well as a series of books called "What Makes You tick" and "Table of Midpoints." Margot hosted astrology programs for cable TV and radio, encouraging the use of astrology to raise children.

  • Dutch banker in Curacao

  • Baroness Butler-Sloss English judge and lawyer

  • American poker player who has been playing professionally for more than 50 years. He is a two time World Series of Poker (WSOP), Main Event champion and an Inductee to the Poker Hall of Fame. He is also the author of many books about poker.

  • Lynn Cohen

    Movie Actress

  • American serial killer from Dallas, Texas. His three victims were allegedly removed their eyeballs by the aEURoetheeyeball killeraEUR

  • British Lady Justice

  • American actor, director, writer, and producer of independent films with low budget. His most notable works include "Tea and Sympathy", 1956, "South Pacific," and "Gidgit," 1959. He also wrote "Born Losers" and his greatest hit, "Billy Jack" (1971). He made it big with Billy Jack, and he had two sequels. In 1984, he declared bankruptcy.

  • American sci-fi writer, author of seven novels and three collections of cartoons. He was awarded four Fan Artist Hugos, the 1982 Campbell Award for Best New Writer and three collections of cartoons.

  • Italian ballet dancer who made her La Scala debut in 1953. After beginning her professional dance career in 1948, she received her diplomas in piano and ballet from the Ballet School of La Scala Theatre in Milan and the Milan Conservatory in 1952. Colombo was made soloist in 1954, and has been performing all over the globe ever since. Colombo …

  • American activist and journalist (d. 2008).

  • French professional road racer cyclist. Competed from 1954 to 1963.


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on August 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • Eddie Fisher

    American crooner from the 1950's. Although he was one of the most popular singers in the world, he became almost unknown a decade later. He began performing at nightclubs when he was 14, and he went on tours, recorded albums, performed on television, and appeared in movies. Fisher was a hit song writer, with 21 songs including "Lady of Spain", …

  • American country music performer, actor, and television host.

  • American CEO and executive in charge of Alco Standard (a paper distributor and office equipment manufacturer). Mundt, who is interested in merchandise marketing has a BS degree in Business from Wisconsin State University in 1953. He is an avid collector of clocks, decoys, and classic cars as a hobby.

  • Pennsylvania; singer ("Oh My Papa", “Lady of Spain")

  • Italian race car driver (d. 2013)

  • Scientist

  • Turkish actor (b. 2013)

  • American singer and guitarist (d.2005)

  • French organist and teacher, best known for her prolific recording career. Her ability to perform large works completely from memory was a particular highlight.

  • Astrologer from America. He was involved in contract negotiations for many years as an employee of an advertising company for many years. For nearly 20 years, he was a member of the Board of NCGR New York Chapter and helped to design the certification program. He was awarded Level IV with two specializations: one in research and consulting. He published …

  • French post-structuralist philosopher, literary theorist. Lyotard is most well-known for his influential postmodernism formulation in The Postmodern Condition. Lyotard was an extremely prolific writer. His writings covered a broad range of topics in philosophy and politics and experimented with many styles. Three categories can be grouped under his works: the early writings on phenomenology and politics, as well as the …

  • Martha Hyer

    Texas, United States -- Actress. (Day of the Wolves and Night of the Grizzly).

  • British romance novelist

  • French philosopher and sociologe (Born in 1924)

  • Rhonda Fleming

    American actress. Beautiful redhead with brilliant green eyes. She was often seen as a femme fatale in Technicolor. She was the daughter of showbiz parents and was a model at Beverly Hills High School. She was a model and actress who appeared in many TV commercials and films, including cosmetic ads. Her films include "The Buster Keaton Story" (with her …

  • French cartoonist and comic book author. Michel Vaillant, a car racing driver, is a well-known name. Graton was born in Brussels and spent his time working for advertising and animation companies. He was determined to draw and create his own characters so he got a job at Tintin. He began publishing his own stories in Tintin starting in 1953. Jean …

  • California, USA; actress ("Spellbound")

  • American basketball Head Coach: Led the Knicks to two NBA Championships in 1970 and 1972. Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1985. As a player, he was a member of the 1946 NBL championship team and 1951 NBA championship team. In 1970, he was named NBA Coach of The Year. Died: Nov. 13, 1998

  • French militant royalist and 'Camelot du roi', committed to the Free France Forces starting in June 1940, and served as Secretary of Jean Moulin from 1942-1943.

  • NBA coach (NY Knickerbockers, 754 wins)

  • Italian figurative artist. His works are owned by the largest number of people in the United States, Canada, England, Germany and Italy. There are also many other works scattered around the globe. Diego was a prolific artist from his childhood until the time he died of lung cancer in December 1985. His most productive period, however, was the last quarter-century …

  • French aviator, last French veteran of Battle of Britain.

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on August 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • French cinematographer Alain Resnais was recognized for his collaborations, including the 1961 film "Last Year At Marienbad".

  • Lake Toxaway Military Man

  • Literary consultant

  • United States Naval Officer, "Dennis," was chosen for three historic command assignments. The first was in 1954 as the first Commanding officer of the USS Nautilus. This submarine was the first to be nuclear powered. In 1961, Admiral Rickover appointed him as the first Commanding officer of the USS Long Beach. This was America's first nuclear-surface ship. He was also …

  • Felletin Cartoonists

  • French military pilot and flying ace in World War II.

  • Hampton, Iowa -- Actor (Graveyard of Horror).

  • American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher for the Washington Senators during one season in 1943.

  • Professor and Scottish philosopher, Mundle is actively involved in parapsychology research, publishing numerous articles. Mundle received his B.A. He graduated from Oxford in 1947. After that, he was the head of the philosophy department at St. Andrews, Dundee. His publications on parapsychology research first appeared in 1953. Age 72, he died in Bath, England in July 1989.

  • East Liverpool Military man

  • American military. A highly decorated General in US Marines. In 1937, he joined the Marines. After completing flight training, he received a master's degree and was sent to the Pacific in September 1944 as Operations Officer for an aircraft group. He earned several medals in a brief period of time, between November 1, 1944 and May 26, 1945.

  • NYC, New York -- Actor. (Rockford Files. Quest. Doc Elliot).

  • First to bowl 300 on TV (1954).

  • French actor and theatre director, who has appeared in films from France, Italy, and the United States.

  • German physicist, academic Nobel Prize laureate (d.93)

  • Estonian-Finnish high jumper, discus thrower (d. 1983).

  • Jorge Amado

    Brazilian author whose 32 books have been translated into over 50 languages. His first novels, which were critical of Brazilian politics, landed him in prison in 1940s and exile in 1950s. His bawdier novels, "Gabriela, Clove and Cinnamon" 1958 and "Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands," 1966, were made into movies years later.

  • American biochemist.

  • NYC, New York -- Actor. (Murph-Date with an Angel).

  • Dutch organist / composer/ conductor

  • Belgian cyclist who won 1935 Tour de France, after being awarded the yellow jersey of leadership.

  • French race car driver (d. 1954)

  • United States -- Psychologist (Elections & Political Order).

  • Eclesiastic from Scotland, Roman Catholic priest, Archbishop at St. Andrews and Edinburgh. He was a Paris priest from 1941 to 47; Archbishop 1951; Apostolic administrator of Aberdeen 1963. He died in Edinburgh, Scotland on July 19, 1993 at the age of 82.

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on August 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • American Astrologer, author of "Essentials of Natal Interpretation", "Side-Lights of Astrology", and "144 Doors of the Zodiac". When she was ten years old, a neighbor gave her an almanac. She taught herself how to create a chart in two years. She began her studies at the First Temple of Astrology Los Angeles in 1933. There she taught and was a …

  • King of Morocco (1953-1956)

  • Fender Musical Instruments Corporation was founded by an American businessman (d. 1991).

  • Flers de l'Orne Military man

  • (Rep-D-Michigan, 1980- )

  • American astrologer, who joined AFA October 1949.

  • Norma Shearer

    Canadian-American singer and actress (d. 1983).

  • German-American screenwriter and author of sci-fi classics from the 40's and 50s, such as "The Wolf Man" (with a Zombie companion) and "I Walked With a Zombie". He fled Hitler's Germany and became an American author, an icon among science fiction writers.

  • Swedish biochemist, academic Nobel Prize laureate (d.71)

  • French playwright and dada writer. During his turbulent life, he was the founder of several literary magazines that were short-lived. His poetry was filled with fear and death, as his father committed suicide.

  • Canadian-American actress. She was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar. The following films were nominated for Oscars: "Their Own Desire,"" "A Free Soul," and "The Barretts Of Wimpole St."

  • French psychoanalyst, psychiatrist, and philosopher.

  • French entrepreneur who started a company that makes kitchen and household appliances. Mantelet, a French manufacturer of small appliances, had an idea while watching his wife smash potatoes with a fork. He invented a vegetable shredder, and he registered his patent at 2:50 pm, Paris, 16 February 1932. Mantelet also developed many household appliances after the war. His kitchen utensil …

  • Baron Porritt, New Zealand politician and physician 11th Governor General of New Zealand

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