List of celebrities and famous people who were born on August 11th
Famous birthdays on August 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002004
American family known for their fame, Madonna's son and Guy Ritchie, her ex-love, is Guy Ritchie, British director. Rocco is three years older than his half-sister Lourdes.
Famous birthdays on August 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Australian tennis player
American actress, model and singer.
Indonesian actress and singer
Slovak tennis player
Famous birthdays on August 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Irish cyclist and triathlete (d. 2013)
Taiwanese actress and singer (Hey Girl).
Filipino basketball player
Soap Opera Actor
Filipina singer and actress (Viva Hot Babes).
Venezuelan baseball player
Japanese voice actress
American singer (B2K)
Big Brother 7 UK contestant
Dominican baseball player
Brazilian race car driver
American model Miss Nevada USA 2007
Russian painter (d.2013)
Australian rugby player
Scottish tennis champion
Actress and singer from Hong Kong
Scottish singer-songwriter and guitarist
French international football/soccer player, known in France as "Toto"
American football player
English sportscaster and cyclist
Famous birthdays on August 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Estonian referee and footballer
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Death Cab for Cutie The Postal Service, and A!All Time Quarterback!)
American baseball player
American poker player
Topolcany, Czechoslovakia -- Hockey defenseman (Team Slovakia)
Colombian manager and footballer
Slovak ice hockey player
Teaneck, New Jersey -- Rapper Kris Kross-Warm It Up
Miss Michigan USA (1996)
Japanese singer and voice actor (Granrodeo).
French diver and biologist (d. 2002).
American producer and actor
Canadian figure skater
American actress and model
Santa Teresa, Venezuela -- Infielder (NY Mets)
CFL running back (Montreal Alouettes)
American actor and model
NFL Wide Receiver (NY Jets).
French champion in judo, La Bourrasque (the squall), was nicknamed for his quick temper tantrums. He placed third at 1995's World Championships and won the Gold Medal in the under 78kg class at Atlanta Olympics 7/23/1996.
Tucson, Arizona -- Playmate (Mar, 1991)
Buffalo, New York -- NHL defenseman (Colorado Avalanche)
Canadian screenwriter and producer of actresses
American producer and rapper (A Tribe Called Quest the Ummah and Lucy Pearl).
Famous birthdays on August 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Toronto, Ontario -- Canadian Tour golfer (1992 CPGA Winter Tour)
Soccer player (FC Twente).
Louisiana, United States -- Actor / musician (Guys Next Door-I Was Made For You)
Estonian geneticist and academic
Italian singer and member of Neri per Caso ("Blacks By Chance"), an Italian acappella musical group that was formed in Salerno in 1991. It consisted of six singers and two pairs of brothers (Diego, Ciro Caravano and MimA!), who are cousins and two childhood best friends (Crescenzo De Divitiis). They won the Sanremo Music Festival's newcomers section in 1995 with …
Italian volleyball champion, who won a Bronze Medal with the Italian Men’s Team at the Atlanta Olympics, 8/04/1996.
Malaysian Islamist terrorist (d. 2009)
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Arc Angels).
American comedian, actor, commentator, and television host
Actor and martial artist from Taiwan
Spanish singer-songwriter and guitarist (HA(c)roes del Silencio)
Norwegian composer and saxophonist
English coach and footballer
Internationally acclaimed Argentinian pianist, composer, conductor, and teacher.
NFL linebacker (SF 49ers)
Jr. American screenwriter and producer of actor producers
Palmerston, New Zealand -- PGA Golfer (1993 Kemper Open).
Jr., American actor
Rocker (The Pasedenas-Riding on the Train)
Honolulu, Hawaii -- Outfielder (Toronto Blue Jays)
Japanese baseball player
American basketball player
Co-founded Revolution Software and English videogame designer
American producer and director
English journalist and author
Sri Lankan cricketer
French photographer, born to Nico, a German actress, model, and singer, and Alain Delon, her lover, French actor. Delon and Ari raised Ari mainly.
NFL tight end (Pittsburgh Steelers).
American basketball player, guard/forward
La Mesa, California -- USMC Captain / Astronaut (sk: STS 88)
American journalist and author
Finnish game programmer (d. 2000)
Mount Olive, North Carolina -- US handball player (1992 Olympics).
Famous birthdays on August 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Argentine singer-songwriter and composer, who is also a producer. He is regarded as one of the most influential and influential figures in Ibero-American music and a Latin American legend. His main role was that of the lead singer, songwriter and guitarist in Soda Stereo. They were considered to be the most influential and important band in Latin rock. His solo …
Jr. Hungarian sculptor
Author and journalist from Sri Lanka (d. 2005).
English singer-songwriter and bass player (Public Image Ltd. and The Damage Manual).
San Juan, Puerto Rico -- Actor (La Gran Fiesta)
French fencing champion and Olympic foil champion
South Bend, Indiana -- LPGA golfer (1989 Circle K Tucson Open)
British singer (Skrewdriver) (d. 1993)
French model, designer of perfumes and fashion, and owner of a boutique. Her career began with Chanel. She was selected by the French government in 1989 to model for the national symbol Marianne. After she accepted the modeling assignment, there was a dispute with Karl Lagerfeld, her Chanel mentor. Karl considered her his muse. She ended her relationship with Chanel …
American singer and songwriter (Ramones).
English singer-songwriter/guitarist (Skrewdriver), (d. 1993).
American restaurateur and entrepreneur, he co-founded Boston Market, a US restaurant and food chain. The pair founded Boston Chicken in December 1985, which was a take-out restaurant. It grew to become a major national chain. Cores and Kolow became major shareholders when the company went public in 1993. They both eventually sold their shares, and Boston Market, which is now …
French mathematician who studies theory of partial differential equations that are nonlinear.
Canadian politician, 16th Mayor of Gatineau
Northern Irish politician and academic
Indian umpire and cricketer
Naples, Italy -- Actress (Love & Anarchy).
Estonian footballer coach, manager
Author and TV host from the Philippines
Michigan, USA; actor ("Foley Square")
American guitarist (Devo)
England, United Kingdom -- Actress, (Virigin Witch and Mistress Pamela).
French wine merchant and sommelier, as well as radio personality on the France Bleu radio station.
American photographer (d. 1980).
American producer and guitarist (Devo).
Canadian comedian and actor
Brockton (Massachusetts) -- Fictional ID for Beldar in Coneheads
American entrepreneur. He was a self-taught computer engineer and designed almost all of the products that allowed Apple Corporation to grow from a two-man garage to a business worth half a billion dollars per year in just six years. At the age 13 he built his first computer and, as an adult, he co-founded the company that has over 3,000 …
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Iron Butterfly), (d. 2003).
Russian engineer created the AN-94 rifle.
Russian weapon engineer and designer of the AN-94 assault rifle (d. 2003).
Boston, Massachusetts -- Rock guitarist (Iron Butterfly).
Famous birthdays on August 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Raspberries).
American actress of minor roles in TV and film, including "The Shrike".
Scottish actor best known for his role in "Chariots of Fire", 1981 which won an Academy Award for best film.
Czech student at Charles University in history and political economy. As a protest against the 1968 invasion Czechoslovakia, Warsaw Pact army armies had inflicted on Czechoslovakia, he committed suicide by self-immolation on the 19th January 1969.
Director (Goldeneye 21 East of Elephant Rock).
French television producer, journalist and TV personality who is most well-known for his "Thalassa", a program dedicated to the ocean that he created in 1975.
French pianist (Debussy Haydn), is killed at 46
USSR -- Basketball (1968 Olympics, Bronze Medalist).
German comedian, actor, and cabaret performer.
French film director and actor. Since 1972, he has been in more than 80 films and TV shows. His film Cold Moon was accepted into the 1991 Cannes Film Festival.
American country-western singer. He is known for being the "sadest voice in country music." Conlee was raised on a tobacco farm and by his teens, he was part of a folk band that evolved into rock music. Conlee was a mortician for six-years and a D.J. Before he was hired as a D.J., Conlee moved to Nashville in 1971. He …
Missouri, USA. Writer/World's Highest IQ (Guinness Book of Records).
Famous cases have been shown on TV by the French District Attorney, who is known for his fierce courtroom battles.
American journalist and author
French physics researcher.
American politician. He was elected Speaker of the Massachusetts State House of Representatives. Suffolk Law School graduate Di Masi. He was a former assistant district attorney and was first elected to Massachusetts House in 1979. Since then, he has been repeatedly re-elected. From 1996-1998, he was assistant majority whip and then became Majority Whip. This position he held until October …
American lawyer and Bristol County District Attorney, MA. He is a well-known celebrity for his work in high-profile cases. He was elected to the legislature in 1970. He is known for his ability to prosecute the most serious criminals, as well as establishing special units and task force in order to accomplish the job.
Canadian politician, federal n.d.p. leader.
American economist and CEO of Federal Express, an international shipping company. He graduated from college with a BA in Political Science and an MBA in Economics. Smith is a visionary mogul who was interested in bringing an NFL team to Tennessee. His efforts culminated in the creation of the Tennessee Titans.
Danish canoe racer
Swedish-English politician and journalist
Pakistani politician and general 10th President of Pakistan
American family of noted Americans, the heiress of the Folger Coffee fortune, and a debutante. She was officially introduced into polite society on 2/21/1961. She attended the Catalina School for Girls, Carmel, CA at Radcliffe College and did some graduate work at Harvard. After her time at U.C. In 1967 she was employed at the Berkeley LA Art Museum. She …
Canadian bass player (The Guess Who).
English saxophonist (The Dave Clark Five), (d. 2006).
English keyboard player and drummer (Manfred Mann and the Manfreds).
French businessman. He was the founder and CEO of Saint-Gobain.
French author and political scientist Jean Duchateau has published political fiction novels under his pseudonym.
Russian chess player from Israel (d. 2013).
New York, USA; district attorney (Democrat-Representative-New York, Watergate Committee).
Director / actor (Cruz del Sur, Moon over Parador)
Illinois, USA; actor ("Charlie and Company").
French CNRS researcher in radio astronomy and author of books about ufology including "Le Dossier des civilisations extraterrestres" (Paris Fayard 1970, co-written with FranASSois Biaud). This book discusses the possibility of extraterrestrials visiting Earth.
American race car driver
Chicago, Illinois -- Actor (Charlie & Company)
Famous birthdays on August 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Ukrainian-born Russian psychotherapist, Hypnotist, and controversial psychic healer. He enjoyed huge popularity in the Soviet Union.
American rockabilly singer (Born 1939).
American actress (Addams Family).
American businessman founded International Data Group (d.2014)
English actress who won a BAFTA Award in 1986 for her role as Edith Hope in the TV adaptation of Anita Brookner’s novel "Hotel du Lac"
Greek / British journalist / multi-millionaire
American baseball player and coach (d.2015)
American educator and author (d. 1999).
English-American academic and historian
German critic and theologian. Haack was a German theologian and critic.
American journalist, TV correspondent, 1st Child. Since 1964, he was a reporter for ABC-TV News in Los Angeles. He was married once and had three children.
French Catholic priest, who was bishop of Le Mans between 1997 and 2008.
Netherlands sport Champion
French physicist, researcher in geological fluid dynamics, co-author of "Soft Matter Physics: A Introduction" (2013).
American pastor, TV evangelist, and political lobbyist for The Moral Majority, Inc., who lived in a 12-room home and enjoyed such perks like his own jet and travel expenses for "The Old Time Gospel Hour."
French physician, a cardiologist. Six open heart surgeries were performed by him using a robot controlled remotely by a computer.
French businessman, founder of Cora, and honorary president of Louis Delhaize from 2009 to 2014. Both companies are located in Belgium and manage hypermarkets and supermarkets.
Spanish screenwriter, screenwriter, director, novelist, poet, and playwright. Panic, the 1960s movement that was founded by him.
British politician and Conservative Member of Parliament, who was elected at the General Election 6/11/1987 in the Mitcham-Morden district. Rumbold is married.
American architect designed the City of Culture of Galicia
German homicide known as the "Beast of Cologne." He took two eleven-year-old girls, who had been lost, and bought them food. Then he took them to the cottage of his father, where he raped, killed, and mutilated their bodies. He had been convicted of theft, mugging and exhibitionism, as well as molesting children. The public was not allowed to see …
English screenwriter and director
CEO (Cambridge University Press).
Canwest was founded by a Canadian politician and lawyer, Canwest
Canadian tax lawyer (d. 2003)
Belgium sport Champion
Finnish physicist and astronomer; he is a crusader against astrology.
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Canadian actor who primarily appears in law enforcement shows. Soles appeared in "Lawbreaker", "This is the Law", and "Riverdale".
Famous birthdays on August 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
French soccer/football player. He was a player for USB Longwy (1948-1951), Stade de Reims (51-1957), Limoges FC (1957-1961), as well as one game for France's national team in 1953.
Bargoed, Wales -- Composer (Floriture)
Mezzo-soprano (Figaro, Carmen)
British homicide. He shot his wife to death on the night of September 14-15/1962. He and his wife had married in July 1960. Their child was born in April 1961. John Bloom, a millionaire, was her husband. He beat her repeatedly and had her head shaved. They had many furious quarrels about their mutual infidelities. He finally shot her at …
Italy sport Champion
Dutch MP (VVD)
England; conductor (Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra).
American television and film director (Born in 1927).
Tall, handsome, and tall, a Danish nobleman is the prime suspect in the mysterious death of his rich wife.
Remiremont Military man
Danish-born British socialite
Nobel Prize winner for Biophysicist and Chemistry in Lithuanian-English
Canadian Ice Hockey Manager (d. 2006).
Columnist for a newspaper that supports gun-toting (Washington Post).
American actress who has appeared on TV and film. Her work includes "The Black Book", 1949, and "Journey to the Center of the Earth," 1961.
Illinois, USA; talk show host (Mike Douglas Show).
Minnesota, USA; actress/TV panelist (Ambush).
He was the sixth President of Pakistan, serving as the sixth. He was Pakistan's longest serving head of state and ruled for eleven years.
American actor and journalist (d. 2015).
American journalist, novelist, and journalist Haley is best known for his 1976 Pulitzer Prize-winning book "Roots". Haley prefered to write about ordinary people from everyday life. Haley was a Coast Guard veteran for over 20 years. He found his greatest inspiration while sailing at sea. Often, while writing, he would book passage aboard a cargo or freighter vessel.
French historian of ancient Greece, Hellenistic culture.
American Astrologer, who lived in Santa Fe. She died on March 23, 1998 from a heart attack. She was married and had one child.
Honorary Professor of English Studies (Stirling University).
Seattle Military man
Niagara Falls, New York -- Pianist/Professor (Juilliard 1976).
Canadian ice hockey player (Born in 1920)
American singer and entertainer, Kay Kayser was also a Kay Kayser MC. He was a popular entertainer and singer, and was a television host for his own TV show in the '60s. He was the first TV show to be syndicated to win an Emmy and "The Mike Douglas Show" ran for twenty years. He was a charming host and …
Famous birthdays on August 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
She was a French classical violinist who died in a plane accident while en route to New-York along with her brother Jean and Marcel Cerdan, aged 30.
Puerto Rican manager and baseball player
French writer, lawyer, scholar, and politician.
Cartoonist (Hi & Lois and Hagar the Horrible).
Driver of a race car in English and trumpet player (d. 1956).
Record promoter, record studio owner, A&R engineer and record producer. Influential country music talent agent. Beck is also credited with discovering the aEUR", and being the first person to record in Corsicana (Texas) aEUR” Lefty Frizzell on July 25, 1950. He is also responsible for introducing Frizzell to Ray Price (1926aEUR'2005) at Columbia Records, which resulted in their first major …
French philosopher, essayist and journalist. Esprit, a French literary journal that also covers current events, was his major contribution. He was buried in Paris on March 2, 1997.
American chemical engineer and CEO of Adolph Coors Brewing Company, a large beer manufacturing/distribution company. Coors holds a BS and MS degree in Chemical Engineering.
American illustrator and author (d. 2014).
American entrepreneur who founded "Silva Mind Control". This program is a successful self-help teaching business that has a base in the United States, but can be extended worldwide. Teachers who offer courses and intensives on the theory of self-determinism are approved to establish centers. At the Texas headquarters, Silva's large family works together. Silva was a teacher before he became …
French Canadian television and film actor (Born 1913).
England, United Kingdom -- Writers (Mulberry Bush-1955).
American professional baseball manager and player (d. 1985).
German astronomer and academic (d.54)
American producer and screenwriter
Butte, Montana -- Actress. (Beyond Tomorrow. Little Women).
10th Prime Minister of Thailand (d.2004)
Flemish philosopher (Psychosis)
New York, Hastings-on-Hudson -- Actor (Otto-Life with Riley)
Thai field marshal, politician, 10th Prime Minister for Thailand (d. 2004).
French director, screenwriter and cinematographer who died in October 2001. From the beginning of his life, he was married to Odette Joyeux, a French playwright, screenwriter, and novelist.
American astrologer who joined AFA March 1976. She was a committed student of astrology and was active in local organizations as well as AFA conventions. Her healing abilities and her collection of metaphysical literature were also well-known.
Danish actress (d. 1999).
Famous birthdays on August 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
French composer, organist, and teacher.
Estonian philosopher and theologian (d. 85)
Japanese composer (d. 1989).
Camaret sur Mer physician
Japanese composer (d. 1989).
American illustrator and author (d. 1978).
Swedish philosopher and sociologist (d. 1999).
Australian cricketer and lawyer
French aviator. He died in Paris on 22 June 1975.
German engineer and mining assessor, he became a member of SS Institute of Hygiene. However, he still had close connections to the Christian anti-Nazi Resistance. He was suspected by the Nazi Party and arrested by the Gestapo 1936. He was expelled from the Party and sent into a concentration camp for several year.
Austrian-American biochemist (d. 2002).
Amiens Military man
Estonian diplomat (d. 1998)
France sport Champion
French rugby player and a star in French sports. He graduated from Polytechnique at the age of 23 and excelled in all sports, including canoe-kayak, tennis and motorcycle racing. He was also an aviator (pilot). He was selected 8 times for international rugby events between 1925-1927 to play full back or fly halfway. In fact, he was FranceaEUR (tm),'s team …
Italian cyclist, 1920s and 1930s. Later trainer of Fausto coppi and Gino bartali.
French military officer who was commander at Battle of Dien Bien Phu, Vietnam, 1954.
San Francisco, California -- Actor ("A Tree Grows In Brooklyn, Peyton Place")
American archaeologist, scholar (d. 1994).
Texas, United States -- 100m runner (1920 Olympics - 2 Gold Medals)