List of celebrities and famous people who were born on August 14th
Famous birthdays on August 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002005
Soap Opera Actor
Juju Beatz is a talented dancer known for his viral dance videos on social media.
Abigail Bergman is a talented dancer known for her captivating performances and innovative choreography.
Famous birthdays on August 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Comedian / actor, dies at 48
American family of distinction, fourth child of Judge Polly Jackson Spencer.
Famous birthdays on August 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Canadian ice hockey player
Sinem Kobal is a Turkish actress known for her roles in popular Turkish TV series and films.
American football quarterback.
American singer and dancer ("Girlicious")
Demetrious Johnson is a professional mixed martial artist known for his record-setting reign as the UFC Flyweight Champion.
Dalia Hernández is a Mexican actress known for her role as the lead character in the film Apocalypto.
Ashlynn Brooke is a former adult film actress and model known for her work in the adult entertainment industry.
Canadian hockey player
Giorgio Chiellini is an Italian soccer player known for his long and successful career with Juventus and the Italian national team.
American baseball player
Robin Söderling is a retired Swedish tennis player known for being the first person to defeat Rafael Nadal at the French Open and reaching the finals of the French Open in 2009 and 2010.
English motorcycle racer (d. 2014.)
Swedish tennis player
Mila Kunis is a Ukrainian-American actress known for her roles in That '70s Show and Black Swan.
Sebastian Stan is an actor known for his role as Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Spencer Pratt is an American socialite known for his appearances on reality TV shows, particularly 'The Hills'.
Dominican baseball player
Dominican baseball player
Ukrainian-born tennis player, who was the UK's No. She held this position intermittently between 2002 and 2012. In September 2010, she reached the top 50. Due to her knee surgery, she was not able to compete and she fell down the world rankings. She retired on 18 November 2013 as the No. 221 and British No. 6. World No. 49 …
Shani Davis is an American speed skater known for being the first black athlete to win a gold medal in an individual event at the Winter Olympics.
Ghanaian professional wrestler
Australian rugby player
American basketball player
American football player.
Spanish flamenco singer
Lunapop, a boy band popular in Italy in 2001 was led by an Italian member. The group's members are Alessandro De Simone and Gabriele Gallasi as well as Cesare Cremonini and Nicola Balestri.
Famous birthdays on August 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
French murderer. He killed LaAtitia perrais on the night of 18-19 January 2011. He dismembered her body and threw them in a pong. On 5 June 2013, he was sentenced to 22-years imprisonment.
Séverine Beltrame is a retired professional tennis player known for her success on the WTA Tour.
Japanese screenwriter and director of actor
French football defender who won the 1997 UEFA European Under-18 Championship together with France.
South African-New Zealand rugby player
American baseball player
English producer and singer-songwriter
American TV producer and actor as a host
Lebanese singer and actress
American singer, actress, writer, and voice actor who is based in Broadway. She is most well-known for her voice-overs in Sonic X, where she portrayed Rouge. This was until 2010, when Karen Strassman replaced her.
Italian triple jumper
Defensive end (Pittsburgh Steelers).
American singer (Scissor Sisters)
American basketball coach and player
Tomer Sisley is a French actor and comedian known for his roles in popular French films and television series.
Christopher Gorham is an American actor known for his roles in popular TV shows such as 'Ugly Betty' and 'Covert Affairs'.
Scottish musician (Mogwai)
French actress, film director and screenwriter, as well as costume designer.
American football player. He is a defensive and linebacker for the Philadelphia Eagles. After his junior year at Boston College, Mamula was signed to the Eagles by the Eagles on 7/19/1995. He was the seventh overall draft selection. He was a superior player at school and helped Boston College reach two bowls, winning MVP honors.
Canadian make-up artist
South Korean entertainer
Haitian politician and businessman, 15th Prime Minister of Haiti
WLAF punter (Amsterdam Admirals)
Egyptian screenwriter and producer of director films
Ice hockey defenseman (Finland, Olympics - 1998)
NFL Guard (Chicago Bears).
NFL / WLAF kicker / punter (Buffalo Bills, Frankfurt Galaxy)
American contestant in a game show called Big Brother. It is a television show that takes place in "real-time." The show is not scripted, and it is not meant for younger viewers. Because of the way the situations and language are spontaneously generated from real life, it is not intended to be watched by children. Ten young adults were chosen …
Italian actor, swimmer and film director.
Italian cyclist, silver medalist in the Olympic Silver Medal with the Italian team in Barcelona 1992.
American football player. He is a Green Bay Packers guard. Timmerman was signed by the Packers in 1995. He played for the Packers in the NFC Championship game that year. The team won the SuperBowl in 1996. In 1997, they were unable to defend their title.
Santa Monica, California -- Infielder (Milwaukee Brewers)
Alan Shearer is a retired English footballer and widely regarded as one of the greatest strikers in the history of the English Premier League.
Czechoslovakia -- Tennis star
Wilmington, Delaware -- LPGA golfer (University of South Florida).
Soccer player (Roda JC).
WNBA guard (LA Sparks).
American producer and singer (Third Eye Blind), guitarist and singer.
Famous birthdays on August 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American astronaut and chemist
Danish manager and footballer
American hip-hop DJ (d.2001)
Ben Bass is a Canadian TV actor known for his role as Sam Swarek in the TV series Rookie Blue.
Catherine Bell is an American actress known for her role as Lieutenant Colonel Sarah MacKenzie in the television series JAG.
Canadian astrologer, who wrote for "Astrology For the Soul" website (
Indian cricketer and coach
Invercargill (New Zealand) -- Points race bicycle (1996 Olympics).
English rugby player
Northern Irish golfer
Italian-Swedish screenwriter and producer of director.
American actress who can play both sexy, vulnerable and cute. Berry, a former cheerleader and beauty queen was the star of "Introducing Dorothy Dandridge". Berry was a model spokesperson for Revlon, and an X-Men Super Heroes.
French singer, noted family and the son of Johnny Hallyday, a French rock star. He has maintained his commitment to making original music since 1985, when "Tonight" was his first single. His 1999 album, "Un Paradis Un Enfer", was a huge success and showed that he is a trendsetter in the music industry.
Turkish politician and journalist
Swedish-Norwegian sportscaster and footballer
He was an Italian volleyball player and was a member the Italian Men's Team that won a Silver Medal at the Atlantic Olympics on August 4, 1996, as well as a Bronze Medal in 2000. He won another Silver Medal four years later.. Tofoli was a volleyball player for the Italian men's international team that won the European Championship, World …
Michael De Luca is a prominent film producer known for his work on movies such as The Social Network, Moneyball, and Captain Phillips.
Executive producer and writer of 24 Star Trek and FlashForward
New Jersey, USA; Miss New Jersey America-1991
Paris, France -- Actress (The Smile).
American director and photographer
Australian sportscaster and footballer
American football coach and player
French actress who has been in more than 60 films and TV productions since 1972.
Sridevi was an Indian actress known for her work in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam films.
American professional baseball pitcher who signed with Kansas City Royals as a second round draft pick. He attended William Penn Charter college in Philadelphia and signed with the Royals. He then moved to Los Angeles to play for the St. Louis Cardinals and Anaheim Angels.
Las Vegas, Nevada -- Nike golfer (1991 Pensacola Open-2nd)
American wrestler and manager
Actress/singer (Phantom of the Opera).
British singer who was famous for her performance in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s "Phantom of the Opera" Brightman, who was married to Webber when the award-winning play premiered, followed up with a series concert performances. Her trademark features include a clear voice, multilingual singing, beautiful costumes, and ethereal visual effects.
Italian soprano opera singer, with great talent. She started in the chorus of the Arena in Verona, and she won the Maria Callas TV contest in 1980 for new voices. Gasdia is a performer of Italian opera, with a strong sense of character and musicality. She has been in more than 50 productions. In 1992, she was awarded Viotti daEUR(tm),Oro.
American basketball player and educator
NFL tackle / guard (Denver Broncos)
Famous birthdays on August 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American professional basketball player and noted athlete. He played twelve years with the Lakers and was known for his ability to win the close game. Five NBA titles and four trips to the finals from 1980 to 1991 were his achievements. He also participated in the "The Dream Team" at the Olympics. On 7th November 1991, he shocked the world …
American basketball player, forward/center
Marcia Gay Harden is an American actress known for her roles in films such as Pollock, Mystic River, and Into the Wild, as well as her work in television including The Newsroom and Code Black.
Michigan, United States -- NBA Forward / Olympics Gold - 92
American teenager suicide. She was 14 years old when she committed suicide in her basement on the night of 12/21/1973. She was a lively, attractive girl who was also a talented writer. However, she suffered from depression spells that led to her thinking of suicide.
American actress, who won the Academy Award 2001 for Best Supporting Actress in 'Pollock'
Wrestler (SMW/ECW/ NJPW/ WCW, Midnight Express).
An English farmer and politician is Minister for Defence Equipment Support and Technology
American Astrologer and Data Collector of Sports Data. She was interested in metaphysics and comparative religions from her youth, and began serious study of astrology at age 18. Within a year she had clients. After changing her college major multiple times, she became a full-time professional astrologist in the early 1990s.
USA; actress (Sandra - 227).
Winston-Salem, North Carolina -- Actress (Sandra-227)
American professional wrestler (d. 1986).
35th Treasurer for Australia - Australian politician and lawyer
American race car driver and sportscaster
Vocalist (Atlantic Starr – "Touch a Four Leaf Clover")
American actress and director
French lawyer at Paris Bar who practices criminal law, including communications law, and human rights. He is a specialist in the defense of victims of globalization, crimes against humanity.
French jockey, driver, and trainer in horse racing.
American athlete. He played for the Detroit Tigers from 1976 to 1980. He was praised for his first year, but he suffered an injury to his arm trying to pitch with a hurt knee in his second. He didn't play as well the second year, when he was American League Rookie-of-the-Year and started in the All-Star Game. It was found …
Miss Italy 1970: Italian model
American composer, conductor, and orchestrator of film score music. His film scores often included electronic and choral elements. He is also known for using motifs from Celtic music.
American businessman, realty tycoon, and owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers Baseball team since early 2004.
American computer game author
German singer and lyricist.
Annapolis, Maryland -- 200m/400m/800m swimmer (1968 Olympics-3 Gold Medals).
Viroqua, Wisconsin -- Major USAF / Astronaut (STS 30, 47, 64, 82, sk: 98)
French politician, who was First Secretary of French Socialist Party since April 2014. He is a member of France's National Assembly, and was born in Neuilly–sur-Seine. He is the representative of Paris and a member the Socialiste radical, citoyen et diverse gauche. He is of Greek descent.
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (The Replacements).
German manager and footballer
American guitarist and illustrator (SlappHappy and The Lodge), singer-songwriter and guitarist.
American cartoonist. He is known for his outrageous humor in "The Far Side", which was published in over 1,900 daily newspapers around the world and has been translated into 17 languages. The 22 books he wrote include 15 collections, five anthologies, and one retrospective. Each of these books made it onto the NY Times bestsellers list. Larson's books sold 31 …
Famous birthdays on August 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
French politician and businessman, Cap-pm was founded in 2014 as a management company.
Tasmania, Australia -- First Australian Zen teacher
American writer, pro-astrologer and public speaker. She is a San Diego resident and specializes in spiritual matters relating to loss and transition, as well as the search for meaning.
American composer and pianist (NRBQ).
American financial accountant, executive and CEO of BB & T Financial Services, an American company that oversees successful acquisitions of S & Ls. Duke University gave Allison his BS in business and MBA in management. He has used his hobby to fill a room in his house with model railroads.
American novelist and currently the fourth most popular author, with more than 800 million copies sold.
Japanese illustrator and author
British folk singer
French hostage. He was taken hostage by Islamist Jihad in Lebanon on 22 May 1985. However, he died from cancer shortly after his kidnapping. His death was announced by the government on March 5, 1986.
American actress. She was the winner of seven TV Emmys in seven years. Her TV series include "Name of the Game", 1968-71, McMillan and Wife," 1971-1976 and "Kate and Allie," 1985-87. She went through a prima donna phase during the last year of McMillan, when she was making $75,000 per episode. By the time she was cast in "Kate & …
Dutch radio hostess
Former racing driver and Formula One team owner (Born 1946).
New York, USA: actor (Huggy Bear Starsky and Hutch).
California, USA; actress (MacMillan, Wife Kate and Allie Name of the Game).
Rocker (Graham Central Station - One in a Million You).
American comedian and actor. His non-political and vaudevillian self parody called "Wild and Crazy Guy", was featured on Carson's show more than 40 times and Saturday Night Live more than a dozen times. He is prematurely gray, an ex-philosophy major and dares play lunatic with films like "Pennies From Heaven", "Parenthood" and others. He won a Grammy for his first …
German film director from his homeland Germany and the U.S. His studies at the Hochschule fur Film and Fernschen in Munich, 1967-1970, saw him become a film director. His first feature was released in 1970. Wenders was awarded the Palme d'Or in 1984 and the Best Director award in 1987 both at the Cannes Film Festival.
Hollywood, California -- Actress (Lee Days of Our Lives Beach Ball)
Texas, USA. Comedian-actor (The Joker, The Man With Two Brains).
Film producer / author
Fred Astaire's Jockey/Wife
American merchandise marketer and CEO of Edison Brothers Stores. This diverse company has interests in apparel, footwear, and entertainment. Newman graduated from Harvard with an AB in English Literature and a MBA in English Literature. Newman added 48 amusement-game centres to the company's strength, based on the steady profits from its apparel and shoes division. He enjoys collecting jukeboxes for …
American jockey. She was the first woman to ride professionally in a professional race, her first race being 12/05/1969. She became the first woman to win three major stakes races and become the first female jockey to do so four years later on the 3/01/1973.
Belgium sport Champion
English politician and miner
German group therapist and professional astrologer, an active member of Deutscher Astrologenverband/DAV since 1974. She advocates a progressive, unconventional, psychological, and experimental astrology that allows for creative self-experience in group dynamics. Her astrology also aims to integrate music, dance, and art. Ralph Treier, an economist and financial astrologer, is her husband.
British Formula One driver
New Jersey, USA. Newscaster (Prime Time Sunday).
Canadian producer and singer (d. 2013).
American musician who was a part of Roger McGuinn's "Jet Set" nucleus. Later called "The Beefeaters", and then "The Byrds", 1964. He joined Stills and Nash four years later to form their legendary group.
Indiana, USA; singer ("Dream Painter", "New Horizons").
American wife of Dick Cheney, 32nd Second Lady of America
American playwright, lyricist and television writer.
American author, Hugo and Nebula award winner. His works include "Earth Magic", 1978, and "Masters of Space and Time," 1981.
Texas, USA. Singer (Seals & Crofts – "Summer Breeze".
Italian glamour model, Miss Italy contestant (1959), and film actress.
WLAF Head Coach (Orlando Thunder, Rhein Fire)
Famous birthdays on August 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Filipino judge and lawyer. Benigno Aquino III, the Philippine president, appointed him chairman of the Philippine Commission on Elections.
France sport Champion
American musician, who was formed in 1972 as a soft rock duo with Jim Seals. They are now known as "Seals & Crofts". Their "Summer Breeze", a rock-oriented song, appealed to easy-listening and hard-rock fans. They also had many hits like "Diamond Girl" or "Get Closer" along with their successful tours. In their first four years, they won five consecutive …
Italian vintner and owner of a well-known Italian winery.
High court judge
Educator / President (Lincoln College)
English actor (d.2011)
American architect and artist. Laffoley arrived in New York in 1963 to join Frederick Kiesler, an architect and visionary artist. He was also hired to watch late-night TV for Andy Warhol. He was also hired by an architectural firm and worked on the World Trade Center towers. His work as a painter is often classified as visionary or outsider art. …
American film producer, cinematographer and editor. Sometimes actor. A string of exploitation movies he directed included Love Camp 7, Chain Gang Women and Chrome and Hot Leather. He also directed The Thing with Two Heads and Dixie Dynamite.
American football quarterback and television sportscaster. From 1957 to 1973, he played for the San Francisco 49ers. From 1974, he was a CBS-TV Sports football commentator. Married once and had 5 children.
André Boniface was a French rugby union player known for his exceptional skills and contributions to the sport.
French rugby player and the best forward in modern rugby. He was selected 47 times at international events between 1954-66 and is an outstanding tactical and technical player.
British ambassador (China)
French geologist, archeologist, and prehistorian. He is the director of the Institute of Human Paleontology, Paris and Professor Emeritus at Paris' Museum of Natural History. He was also a former director of the French National Museum of Natural History and a corresponding member of the Academy of Humanities of the Institute of France. His work in archeology in France and …
Nobel Prize Laureate and Swiss Chemist
Swiss Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry and Academics
American notable family, the son and daughter of Admiral King, a distinguished Naval Commander, for whom King Hall at Naval Postgraduate School is named.
American author (Born 1932)
Headmaster (Downside School Great Britain).
(Rep-R-Utah, 1981- )
American singer and tenor, on the Lawrence Welk Show.
American-British writer. He was a scenarist and novelist. He also wrote the screenplays for "Nothing but the Best" 1964 and "Darling," which were nominated for the Oscar in 1965.
American high school athlete. He was awarded a bonus and signed a major league baseball contract. He was a hard worker and a steady player on the field, which led to his selection by the scouts.
Librarian/founding member (WIC).
American baseball manager and player (d.2013)
(Rep-R-New York, 1979- )
French astrologer and author of "Les Moyens de pronostics en astrologie", (1986).
Missouri, USA. Manager (Baltimore Orioles 1968-1982, 1985-1986).
French politician, a captain of the Organisation de l'armA (c)e secrA)te ["Organisation of the Secret Army")], a short-lived French dissident far right paramilitary organization during the Algerian War (1954aEUR")62.
Famous birthdays on August 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Nigerian-born boxer (Born 1929)
Principal (Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts).
American admiral (d.2013)
Bishop of Exeter
American broadcaster and pastor (d. 2005).
Italian screenwriter and film director. She directed and wrote popular films like "The Seduction of Mimi", 1974, "Swept Away", 1975, and "Seven Beauties," 1996.
French harnessed trot racing driver, who is the brother to Michel-Marcel as well as the son of Marcel Gougeon.
Rome, Italy -- Actress (7 Beautyties)
French actor and voice talent. He is best known for his roles in recurring films as Asterix, France's voice of C3PO in Star Wars, and Winnie the Pooh. He was also the voice of David Suchet's Hercule Poirot, in Agatha Christie’s "Poirot". In French, he used to voice Wally Gator and Mickey Mouse.
CEO (Daltrade & Skorimpex - Rind)
Italy sport Champion
American metallurgical engineer, CEO of Inland Steel Industries (a steel producer). Luerssen is a BSc in Physics and a MS in Metallurgical Engineer.
French cartoonist, artist, and illustrator. He was co-founder of the French comic weekly Pilote (1959), where his creation "AstA (c)rix” made its debut.
Italian Roman Catholic priest, made a Cardinal by Pope John Paul II on 1/21/2001
Lina Wertmüller is an Italian film director and screenwriter known for her provocative and politically charged films.
Pennsylvania, USA; singer ("Away We Go", Broadway Open House).
Italian film director
USA; actress (Bewitched. With Six You Get Egg Roll).
French comic-strip author (d. 1977)
American pianist and singer
American columnist and journalist who was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary 1979. In 1963, he syndicated a national humor section as the resident wit at the New York Times. His literary essays reflect his 30 years of experience and are relevant to today.
Astrologer from Britain, who graduated from the Huber school.
French orchestral, opera and musician conductor. He was once married and had two children.
American lyricist. Previously a magazine editor and writer. He also wrote the lyrics to Broadway musicals and the hit song "Those Were The Days", which he co-created for TV's "All In The Family". He also wrote the lyrics to "Bye Bye Birdie", the Broadway production that debuted on Broadway on 4/14/1960 and won a Tony on 4/14/1961. On 4/19/1970, he …
16th Karmapa Tibetan spiritual leader (d. 1981)
Norwegian architect designed Hedmark Museum (d.2009).
American singer and actress (d. 2007).
Patriarch Diodoros of Jerusalem (d. 2000)
French writer, author of works in the areas of philosophy, history, and art, and program producer at France Culture.
English race car driver
American psychologist who expanded the norm of psychotherapy in 1967 by establishing nude therapy groups. Gwen Davis was sued by him for libel fraud, breach of contract and fraud after she published "Touching", a book that exposed her experiences with his group. He was awarded $75,000 in damages and won the case. Bindrim died 12/17/1997 in Los Angeles, age 77.
Nuits St Georges Executives
Spanish photographer who provided photographs that were used in Nazi war crimes convictions.
Jerusalem -- Actor (Al Capone Yentl).
Famous birthdays on August 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
French musician and singer.
American soldier who rose to the rank of Admiral in US Navy. He is the son of a prominent military officer who was killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor.
French journalist and anchorman for Europe TV No. 1. He was the host for the 12:30 pm news bulletin. His special news briefs are also memorable. He died from cardiac arrest on 7/19/1994 while on a cruise off Rhodes Island.
Japanese baseball player and manager (d.92)
Co-Owner, New York Giants (d.2005)
From October 1964, he was a Scottish surgeon and physician. In 1959, he co-authored the "Textbook of Surgical Physiology". Kay was knighted and is married with four children.
Australian journalist and political activist (d. 1998).
Belgium sport Champion
Australian political activist and publisher
Fontenay sous Bois EXecutives
Actress (Stage Door and Earthbound), dies at 70 from cancer
Miler (world record 1937).
After leaving his job as an electrician to pursue opera, he made his tenor debut as an Italian opera singer in Florence in 1938. He enjoyed a 27-year career that was successful, with his last professional appearance being in Venice in 1965.
English world champion snooker player (1948-1949, 51).
French popular orchestra leader (Born 1913).
American physicist (d. 1985).
American great-great grandchild of John J. Astor the fur merchant; fifth in the line for the amazing family fortune and a playboy in its day. His parents were aboard the Titanic on 4/15/1912. His father drowned, but his mother, who was five months pregnant, survived. His mom, who was twice married and died in 1940 after a long struggle, never …
Dutch composer and conductor (d.2006).
Journalist (Chicago Defender / 1st Lady of Black Press
Last Governor Netherlands New-Guinea
Indian spiritual leader philosopher, author (d. 2006).
French photographer (Born 1910).
French inventor of electronic music and pioneer of electronic music.
Famous birthdays on August 14th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
American violinist (d. 1967).
Chief controller (ATS)
Nielles les BlA(c)quin Politician
Greek actor (d.1984)
Norwegian journalist, newspaper editor. He is also a novelist, biographer, non-fiction writer, and novelist. From 1935 to 1950, he was a journalist at the newspaper Bergens Tidende. He also edited the Nidaros paper from 1945 to 50. His literary dA(c), came in 1935 with "Havet gav", 'The Ocean Gave'. His brother Georg Fasting was an architect.
American impresario of AmericaaEUR(tm), the traveling circus. Seven Ringling brothers founded the Ringling Brothers Circus. The name was associated with the excitement of the arena, where clowns, acrobats and fire-eaters, as well as sideshow exhibits, were delivered to small towns across the country. The tented circus was started by the Baraboo brothers, Wisconsin's "Kings of the Circus World." In 1907
Dutch magic realist painter. He lived and worked in the United States and Mexico. Bruckman was a figurative painter who painted forest views and still lives with fruits, flowers, eggs, feathers, and towels. His style is described as surrealistic, magical realistic or realistic. His paintings are on permanent display at Museum de Oude Wolden, Bellingwolde.
Argentinean writer, novelist, short-story writer and essayist.
Dutch painter and illustrator
Circus director (Ringling Bros)
CEO (London Brick Co.
Bath, England -- Educator/publisher / phonetic speller
Author and pianist from Switzerland (d. 1998).
Norwegian architect and promoter of international architecture style. Korsmo began his own practice in 1928 with SverreAasland (1899-1989). Korsmo designed 50 villas. Many of these are considered masterpieces in Norwegian functionalism.