List of celebrities and famous people who were born on August 16th
Famous birthdays on August 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102014
American child from a prominent family. Her mother is Christina Aguilera, and her father is Matt Rutler. Summer is Rutler's second child, and the Aguileras' second. She was born at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Los Angeles by Caesarian Section.
Famous birthdays on August 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002006
Famous birthdays on August 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901997
Japanese actress and model
Singer and actress from the Philippines
American family of note, the daughter and businesswoman wife Jean Trebec, a 53-year-old game show host, and Jean Trebec, 28, a 28-year-old gaming journalist. Matthew Trebec, their older son, is 2 1/2 years old.
Argentinian tennis player
South Korean singer (Ladies' Code) (d. 2014)
Famous birthdays on August 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Chinese race walker
British female footballer
American actress and singer, the child of Bruce Willis (and Wife Demi) Moore
Child of Bruce Willis, Demi Moore.
American quadruplets were born to Robin Morris and Danny Morris, an actress. (Clipping didn't say if Morris was her stage or married name.) Robin played Loreli on the soap "Loving." When she began in-vitro fertilation, she was 37 years old. She was 37 when she tried in-vitro fertilization for the first time on 9/23/1986. However, her second attempt in January …
Australian gymnast and actor
Japanese singer and actress with a Japanese voice
Canadian Hockey Player
French jazz bass guitar player, arranger, and producer.
Italian speed skater
American basketball player
American football player
English TV Presenter and DJ
Greek basketball player
American pornographic actress
German male tennis player
French cross-country mountain biker. He was awarded consecutive gold medals at both the 2004 Summer Olympics as well as the 2008 Summer Olympics. He suffered a punctured tyre in the first lap of the 2012 Summer Olympics cross country race.
South Korean rapper and actress (Chakra)
Dutch professional bicyclist
American baseball player
French rugby union player who was a winger for Beauvais club as well as Stade FranASSais.
Norwegian composer and pianist (Puma and Jaga Jazzist).
English musician (Franz Ferdinand)
Famous birthdays on August 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Scottish football player
Brazilian mixed martial artist, kick-boxer (d. 2012).
Chinese female diver
Chinese diver, Gold Medals at Barcelona and Atlanta
American basketball player
Finnish discus thrower
American concert producer
Australian screenwriter, director, and novelist. He is best known for his role as the mysterious Tom on the Australian cable TV program Love My Way. He also wrote episodes for it. Todd was the lead character on the first two seasons of Life Support, which he also wrote sketches for.
Miss Italy 2000, the Italian beauty queen
American actor and model
Hungarian swimmer in backstroke: Gold Medalist in 200M Backstroke, Atlanta Olympics 1996.
Ecuadorian politician and footballer
Venezuelan baseball player
CFL defensive tackle (Montreal Alouettes)
Hungarian backstroke swimmer (100 / 200m WR)
Valencia Edo, Venezuela -- Outfielder (LA Dodgers)
NFL kicker (Green Bay Packers, Super Bowl 31).
American baseball player
American singer; one of the original founders the Dixie Chicks. Emily Erwin Robison, her older sister Martie Erwin Segel Maguire, founded the country music group. They are based in Austin with their singer Natalie Maines. Their debut was in the late 1990s with "Wide Open Spaces", the country album that sold the most CDs. They also won four Grammys and …
Canadian radio and television personalities
NFL wide receiver (Seattle Seahawks).
Virginia Beach, Virginia -- Team Handball Circle (1996 Olympics).
CFL defensive tackle (Saskatchewan Roughriders).
American mixed martial artist and wrestler
CFL receiver (Montreal Alouettes)
NFL wide receiver (Jacksonville Jaguars)
An Italian cyclist, who was an Olympic Gold Medal winner and won the Barcelona road race in 1992.
American sportscaster and journalist
NFL defensive tackle (Arizona Cardinals)
WNBA guard (Utah Starzz)
NFL cornerback (Cin Bengals)
Wilmington, North Carolina -- Outfielder (Colorado Rockies)
Soccer player (SC Heerenveen).
CFL safety (Toronto Argonauts).
Nepalese Bollywood actress
Famous birthdays on August 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American voice actor
NFL tight end (NE Patriots).
Boston, Massachusetts -- Playmate (April 1994)
French actor in television, film and theater. Son of actress (Myriam Boyer). Boyer's grandmother, an Italian grandmother, raised him in Paris. He entered a boxing gym as a teenager. He enjoys many sports, and trained to be a racer on a bicycle for "La Grande Boucle", the Tour de France film. He is a kind of new Belmondo...
Indian politician and civil servant 7th Chief Minister of Delhi
Slovenian alpine skier
American schoolteacher "Pame" was convicted of being a accomplice in the murder of her husband. It took place on 5/01/1990 at 7:45 pm in Derry, NH. Six days prior to their first anniversary, Gregg, her husband, was murdered in their home.
Long Beach, California -- Infielder for the Chicago Cubs
Australian rugby player
Swedish actress and author, journalist
Paducah (Kentucky) -- Infielder (Chicago Cubs).
American actor, musician, and choreographer
Chicago, Illinois -- NHL center (Winnipeg Jets)
London, England -- Canadian 400m Hitch (1992, 1996 Olympics - 4th place)
Long Beach, California -- Points cycling (1996 Olympics - 19th place)
NFL running back/kick returner (Houston Oilers).
Port Arthur, Texas -- Pitcher for the Houston Astros
Soccer player (Roda JC).
American tennis player and sportscaster
Journalist and English footballer
American singer and actress (d. 2014).
Brazilian manager and footballer
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania -- Canadian Tour Golfer (1995 South African Masters).
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English politician and academic
Swedish singer (Army of Lovers).
Swedish actress and singer (Army of Lovers).
American actor producer and American director
Austrian-American director and conductor
He was a French road racing cyclist who raced from 1983 to 1994. His career included 22 victories, including the 1984 Vuelta a EspaA+ a victory and the 1989 and 1989 French road race championships wins. He finished 12th in 1989, which was his best finish at the Tour de France.
Famous birthdays on August 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Belgian manager and cyclist
American singer, songwriter, dancer, actress, and businesswoman, often referred to as the "Queen of Pop." Madonna has sold more than 300 million records worldwide and is recognized as the best-selling female recording artist of all time by Guinness World Records, having sold 64.5 million albums. Her number one hit singles include "Like a Virgin," "Into the Groove," "Papa Don't Preach," …
Michigan, USA; singer/actress "Like a Virgin".
Pennsylvania, USA; actor (Danny - "Alice").
Clerc, Argentina -- Tennis star
Norfolk, Virginia -- PhD / Astronaut (STS 57, 68, 81 / 84)
Swiss-born Italian rugby player and coach
Argentine tennis player
Argentinian tennis player, coach
Northern Irish politician and educator
New Zealand artist, designer, photographer, and fashion retailer, with a base in Florence, Italy. He is the son of Harry M. Miller, a celebrity manager.
Indian politician and lawyer, Deputy Chief Minister Maharashtra (d.2015).
Australian pop musician (INXS -Kiss the Dirt).
American actress and director
Armenian soldier and politician (d. 2014.)
Irish politician and surgeon Minister for Children and Youth Affairs
Canadian film director
Scottish politician. He was elected a Member of Parliament in the General Election, June 11, 1987. He was at the time a Labour Party representative.
American political aide named Chief of Staff by President George W. Bush on March 28, 2006. He succeeded Andrew Card. Bolten started his job on April 14, 2006.
American murder suspect, convicted and sentenced for life imprisonment. His conviction was overturned after 18 years. He was then freed by the unwavering devotion and dedication of his sister.
American singer (Kool & The Gang).
American homicide victim. Pretty girl who became addicted to drugs and prostitution. She was one of nine victims believed to have been a serial killer.
Wisconsin, USA; actress ("Snow White – Charmings").
American comedian, writer and charming TV show host, she is also the wife of Frank Gifford who is a noted athlete and football commentator.
Florida, USA; hostess
Baseball manager (Philadelphia Phillies 1988-91).
New York, USA; soprano (Der Rosenkavalier).
American actresses and sopranos
American screenwriter and actor
Sri Lankan cricketer
Nigerian politician and businessman, 13th President of Nigeria (d.2010)
French hostage in Lebanon, 36-year-old lighting engineer for France’s Antenne-2 television network, was kidnapped in Beirut on March 8, 1986. He was released on 28 November 1987 along with Roger Auque (a free-lance jounalist) who was abducted 13 January 1987. Normandin was later elected President of "Hostages of the World".
American puppeteer (d. 1992).
Canadian politician and businessman 15th Canadian Minister for International Trade
Trinidad -- 100m runner (1976 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Iranian-born American actor
French astrophysicist and cosmologist, working at the laboratory 'AstroParticule et Cosmology' (APC), Paris. He also teaches at the Ecole Centrale in Paris. His research interests in scientific publications include topology of spacetime, gravity, and dark matter.
Famous birthdays on August 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American guitarist and songwriter (The Tubes).
Brazilian psychic from a prominent family. Their mother Zibia channels discarnate entities. Luiz channels famous painters while his brother Irineau channels classical music. Luiz went on to study psychology.
American drummer (The Stooges and Sonic’s Rendezvous Band). (d. 2014).
Swiss painter, actor and former clown, born to the famed circus family Knie. He is the son of Fredy Knie senior (born on 29 May 1920) as well as Pierrette Dubois, the Swiss tennis player and ice skater (born on 30 June 1920, 02:30 in Arosa).
American athlete who competed in the 400 meter hurdles. He was awarded the silver medal in the 400-meter hurdles at the 1972 Summer Olympics.
American singer and actress of the voice
French politician and member of the National Assembly of France. He is a representative of Hauts-de-Seine and a member the Union for a Popular Movement. He is Hungarian.
Canadian politician and educator
American manager and player
Singer / fluitist / saxophonist / guitarist (Golden Earring)
English fashion designer
American politician and lawyer United States Ambassador to New Zealand
American lawyer and politician
Astrologer from Scotland, living in Glasgow. Her background includes adult education, psychiatric social work and private practice as a counselor, supervisor, mentor, and counsellor. Since 1983, she has been an astrologer and teacher as well as a writer. She holds the Diploma of Psychological Astrology 1998.
American producer, Greta Konen's second child and noted family. Stephen recorded the New Testament as it was read by his father, in 1986.
New York, USA; actress (Cinderella, Mission Impossible).
Iranian-Kurdish politician president of Iraqi Kurdistan
American professional ballet dancer, accepted at age 15 by the New York City Ballet as a member and protA (c)gA (c) of George Ballanchine. She became obsessed and enchanted with him. He trained, nurtured, and moulded her. She was promoted to soloist status by 1965. Farrell was the Ballanchine ballerina par excellence. She created roles and worked with the master …
French "glacionaute" (caver who is specialized in the exploration and study of glaciers).
Chicago, Illinois -- Actor / director (2010, Girlfriends)
American homicide: A conman and swindler now in prison. Although he was suspected in the death his mother's business associate, he was not able to prove that he was guilty. After a lengthy search, he was finally found and convicted.
Ohio, USA; dancer (Don Quioxote).
English race car driver
Argentine actress and TV personality. CasA!n was a theatre performer who rose to prominence during Argentina's Golden Age revue. In the 1970s and 1980s, CasA!n's status as a sex icon was reinforced by her roles in several sexual comedy films with Jorge Porcel, Alberto Olmedo and Susana GimA(c).nez. CasA!n, who has hosted numerous sketch comedy shows and talk shows since …
England, United Kingdom -- Progressive Rocker (Joy of a Toy).
Merseyside -- Merseyside rock drummer (Easybeats).
Illinois, USA; actor ("Absence of Malice Altered States")
Chicago, Illinois -- Rock guitarist (American breed)
French pop singer, she also performed under the name " Sheila and B. Devotion".
Italian journalist, son of a well-known journalist. He was a regular writer for Italian newspapers and was also the director of the highly-respected TV production "Combat Zone" 1994.
American tap dancer and actress
American football player (Born 1943).
American football player. Peoples was inducted into 1989's Semi Pro Football Hall of Fame of the American Football Association. He passed away on October 12, 2010.
American writer and novelist, who lived the majority of his life in London.
French student who was involved in the assassination attempt on President Charles de Gaulle, 22 August 1962, Clamart, France. He died in 2000, on the 1st of April.
American singer-songwriter (d. 2006).
American operations expert and CEO of Danaher Corporation. Danaher Corporation is a company that manufactures various hardware, including drill chucks, gas pump equipment, and tool boxes. Sherman earned a BS and MBA degrees after pursuing administration interests.
Rwandan Army Officer and alleged War Criminal
Austral director (Driving Miss Daisy and Tender Mercies).
American lesbian folk singer and songwriter. She has released several albums as well as a songbook. She has also toured the globe.
English journalist and TV presenter
Famous birthdays on August 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Trinidadian-English academic and journalist
American country-western singer and songwriter, who rose to fame in the mid-'30s. He was a part-time poet and decided to pursue Nashville after hearing Waylon jennings sing.
American editor, author, and teacher in metaphysical topics.
American baseball player and manager, a switch-hitting/right-throwing catcher who played with the Los Angeles / California Angels (1961aEUR"1969), and later managed the Milwaukee Brewers (1980aEUR"1982), Montreal Expos (1985aEUR"1991), and the California Angels (1991aEUR"1994).
Russia -- Cosmonaut
American geologist and CEO at Freeport-McMoran. He specializes in mining sulfers, gold, and copper. Moffett is a powerful catalyst for natural resources and a major force in local politics. He holds a BS degree and a MS degree in Geology.
Arkansas, USA; actress (Hester-Little House on the Prairie).
NYC, New York -- Actress. Jaws 2, Jaws 2, Jaws 4.
Canadian politician and lawyer for journalist
American producer and composer
Estonian chess player (d.87)
American singer and actress
Maryland, USA; actress (Quincy Maine Marathon, Moonstruck).
California, USA; actor (Hondo, Virginian, Michael Shayne).
English footballer and coach (d.2015)
California, USA; actress (Catwoman, Batman, Living Doll).
Canadian National Hockey League executive
Greek coach and footballer
Nelheim, Germany -- Actress ("Machine Calls it Murder")
French film director and actor, he is considered one of the most gifted and talented comedians in France. He is best known for his duets in cabaret shows with Victor Lanoux and with GA(c),rard Depardieu (in three films directed by Francis VA(c),ber).
London, England -- Actor (Edward Lime Street).
English author (d. 2011)
United Kingdom -- Sci fiction author (Drowned Ammet and Witch Week).
(Jewish), Dutch Foreign Minister/Mayor (Amsterdam 1983-94).
American actress and singer
San Francisco artists
English-Welsh architect and golfer (d. 2013).
American ex-child actor and United States Marine Corps drill teacher. He was Walt Disney's voice actor in 1942.
US singer/actress (Love Letters).
At the tender age of 20, he was a professional British golfer who won the Championship Belgium title. After two years of service in the military, he was promoted to Assistant Pro at the local golf club. He had already won the local tournament by 6/1955 and was then able to follow it with the British Golf Pro and the …
American singer, actress, and dancer. She first performed in operas and concerts. After performing in "Silk Stockings," 1956 and "Li'l Abner," 1956, she became a Broadway superstar. She was the Universal Studios' dance director and appeared in "Seven Brides For Seven Brothers" (1954). She won a Tony in 1959 for her performance on "Marriage-Go-Round." She was the Cat woman on …
French actor. Between 1964 and 1999, he appeared in 141 films or television shows.
At 46 years old, astronaut (Apollo 14) dies from pancreatitis (born 1933).
German translator and poet
Graphic artist/publisher (Perscombinatie).
English publisher and author
American Colonel in the military and astronaut with NASA Intelligence. Roosa was a crewman on Apollo's space mission. He piloted the command module, while his fellow astronauts, Edgar D. Mitchell, Jr., explored its surface.
Colorado, USA; Colonel US Air Force/astronaut (Apollo 14).
New York, USA. Singer (The Tonight Show Bossa Nova).
American notable family, second son of Charles Lindbergh and Anne Morrow Lindbergh. He died in November 1953 while still in college after a member his mountaineering team fell to their deaths on the slopes at Mt. Shasta, CA.
Saudi Arabian prince (d. 2015)
American sportscaster. He was an All-American at the University of Southern California, and the No.1 pick of New York Giants. Over the next 12 years, he had a stellar career in pro football. He set several NFL records including the most touchdowns (1978), and the most yards while passing-receiving (5434) He was elected All Pro six times and was named …
American actor, stage, film, and television. Before the TV series, "I Spy", which became a big hit in the 1980s, he was a minor actor. Then came "The Great American Hero", which was his TV series. He was a college athlete who had small successes before he entered theater. He also won an award for his work off-Broadway. He was …
Cincinnati sports Champions
American tennis champion, who won the Wimbledon Men's Singles Championship in 1955.
Famous birthdays on August 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
At 51, a bleeding ulcer kills a jazz pianist from the United States.
American filmmaker of TV and movies, director of "Rin Tin Tin" and "Knot's landing," both for Lorimar studios.
German footballer (d. 2003)
American CEO and accountant, Curtis is an American accountant. Curtis holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics and a Master's in Finance. He enjoys gardening as he has the time.
American professional wrestler
American actress and singer from 1944 to 1957. She then retired. She was nominated to the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for "The Great Caruso," and "Student Prince." Blyth sang in light-opera and musical theater productions throughout her career. She married Dr. James McNulty in 1953. They had five children, one each in 1955, 1956, 1957, 1960, 1963, and 1963.
American actress and singer (d. 2013).
Turkish journalist and photographer
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (d.2011)
French politician and member of the Senate of France. He is the representative of the Somme region and a member the Union for French Democracy Party.
New York, USA. Actress (Kismet, Mildred)
American landowner and wealthy rancher with many enemies. He also has a bad reputation with the Indians. Disappeared 5/31/1978. A $10,000 reward was offered at that time.
American actress (d.2008)
French archaeologist and pioneer of aerial archeology.
American poet who is associated with Beat generation poets, artists and iconoclasts.
American composer and pianist (d. 2002).
Texas, USA; actor (Davy Crockett and Old Yeller).
American baseball player (d. 1983).
American actor and singer (d.2010)
American female football player
An Israeli politician, born in the USSR. He was a cabinet minister, colleague of Rabin and co-architect for the peace process in mid-east. Shimon's work takes place during times of turmoil, death threats, and lack of unity.
Northumbrian piper / shepherd
American Marine, United States Marine who gave his life to save the lives of four Marines during the landing on Peleliu in World War II. He was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his heroic acts of heroism.
American baseball player and outfielder, with the New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles. He was instrumental in creating a pension fund to support baseball players.
American bandleader and pianist (d. 2001).
English comedian radio scriptwriter and Producer (d. 2011).
American Astrologer, who founded Moore School of Astrology in 1967. He was well-known and respected for his many students. He was a member of AFA and gave lectures at national conventions. Moore was first interested in astrology around 1947. He studied with many teachers from 1948 to 1955 and, in 1959, created Moore's Astrological Tabs, a quick-cut method for charting …
Denver Military man
German-American writer who traveled across the U.S. His life was filled with poems, novels, and screenplays that reflected his dark, gritty, and carnal views of the world. He also wrote the screenplay for "Barfly" (1987), which featured Faye Dunaway and Mickey Rourke as two drunken, dissolute men. Bukowski was an influential friend and became a star in 1987 when the …
Pierre Barillet is a French playwright.
Famous birthdays on August 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
German captain (d. 2014)
American author (d. 1997)
Panamanian composer and educator (d.2008)
American race car driver (d.2003)
American singer (Born 1915)
American author of picture books for children.
American writer and pro-astrologer in San Francisco, CA. She began her studies in 1934.
Italy -- Water polo (1948 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Belarusian-Israeli politician, 6th Prime Minister of Israel Nobel Prize laureate
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English footballer and manager
German statistician and economist (d. 1977).
German statistician and economist (d. 1977).
American actress (d. 1986).
Actress (Public Enemy Frankenstein, Actress) dies at 84
Famous birthdays on August 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
American conductor and organist (d. 1995).
Jr. American author (d. 2000)
Jr., American novelist (d. 2000).
American classical cellist and educator (d.2010)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Actress. (Frankenstein, Waterloo Bridge).
Prince of Liechtenstein (1938-89)
Colombes Opera Singers
Japanese politician and general pilot (d. 1989).
Nobel Prize laureate in biochemistry and virology for America (d. 1971).
First to crystallize virus (Nobel Prize 1946).
Dutch astrologer, author of "Techniek der astrologie", (= technique in astrology) as well as "Planetenloop en mensenlot (= planetary movement and human destiny), which are textbooks that many students of astrology in Holland use.
Pamiers Military man
American playwright and author (d. 1934).
British author of detective fiction and historical romance novels. Her writing career started in 1921 when she transformed a story from her younger brother into The Black Moth. Heyer, a mining engineer, married George Ronald Rougier in 1925. They lived in Tanganyika and Macedonia for several years before returning to England in 1929. Heyer decided that publicity wasn't necessary after …
American professional astrologer, writer and editor who was based in Kansas City MO in 1939. He specialized in financial Astrology. He wrote a feature called "Market Perspective" in AA magazine throughout the '40s. He was an American Academy of Astrology member and an early AFA member, having joined in May 1939. He was 81 years old when he died in …