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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on August 18th

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on August 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on August 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on August 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • American football player

  • Scottish footballer

  • Australian cricketer

  • Estonian figure skater


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on August 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • United States -- 200m butterfly free (1996) Olympics - Silver Medalist

  • American rower

  • American actress and glamor modeling


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on August 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Edward Norton

    American actor, director, writer, and producer best known for his extraordinary dramatic range. Edward (not Ed!) Edward (not Ed!) was raised in an upper-class family. His father was an attorney, and his mother was an English teacher. He was the youngest of his three siblings. He had a brother, James and a sister Molly. Edward was born in Columbia MD …

  • Christian Slater

    American actor

  • American basketball player and center for the D.C. Wizards.

  • German professional astrologer. Previously landscape and garden designer. Since 2000, Liefeld has been an active astrologer. He is also the editor of German Astrowiki and a member of the DAV (German astrological association). His website is located in Munich.


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on August 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Journalist

  • Carole Bouquet

    French actress, model and comedian. She is well-known internationally as Chanel #5's model. She was also featured in James Bond films and Bunuel’s "That Obscure object of Desire."

  • Denis Leary

    American actor. He was seen in "The Matchmaker", "Wag The Dog" and the cable TV series "Rescue Me." After graduating from Emerson College in Boston, he was a charter member for the Comedy Workshop. He then taught five years at the school.

  • Harald Schmidt

    German comedian, actor, writer and comedian best known for hosting two late-night German shows.

  • Australian guitarist/producer (Men at Work), singer-songwriter

  • Italian astronaut, one of two astronauts that participated in the unsuccessful shuttle mission on 2/22/1996.

  • Greek singer

  • Reality Star

  • Bernieri, an American script writer, producer, and distributor of independent movies, is an entertainment entrepreneur. Co-producer of aEURoeNext Stop, Wonderland, a 1998 movie about love in Boston starring Hope Davis, she was also a producer. Miramax paid $6million for the film, making it the second most expensive independent film. She founded The Circuit in October 2003, which is a company …

  • Sergio Castellitto

    He was an Italian actor and TV star who made his stage debut in 1988. In 1993, he appeared in Neil Simon's film. He has made over 25 appearances on TV and film under directors such as Alberto Sironi, Marco Ferreri and Giuseppe Tornatore. Castellitto was the scriptwriter for one of his appearances, and has received 11 awards. In 1993, …

  • Novelist

  • American politician and lawyer Captain

  • Celebrity

  • American writer, critic, writer of short stories, memoirist, writer of short stories, writer of nature writing, journalist, blogger, and writer.

  • Patrick Swayze

    American stage, TV and film actor, dancer, choreographer, and sex symbol. He is a leading box-office figure with "Dirty Dancing," 1987 and "Roadhouse," 1990. Others include "Point Break," “Next of Kin,” "Uncommon Valor," and "Red Dawn," Grandview USA," and "The City of Joy."

  • French politician and member of the Senate of France. He represents the Gard region. He is a member the Socialist Party.

  • American screenwriter and actress

  • Dramaturge

  • Argentine former footballer

  • NFL running back (LA Raiders Super Bowl XVIII).

  • German professional astrologer and programmer, as well as entrepreneur, was a pioneer in high-quality astrological software called "Sesam-Software."

  • American actress, best known for her role as Donna Beck Tyler in the TV soap "All My Children", in 1974-1992. She was also seen in 1993 and 1995. She was seen on Broadway in "Grease" from 1975 to 1976, as well as in "Hair" (Jesus Christ Superstar) in 1995. She was a musician and formed the rock band "Pure Energy" …

  • English drummer and sculptor (Foreigner, If)

  • Kingsville, Texas -- LPGA Golfer

  • American Astrologer. He is a practitioner and student for more than 30 years. His expertise includes psychological interpretations, mundane studies of history and geopolitics. He holds a master's degree in Medieval Germanic Linguistics, and has nearly 30 years of experience in Education Curriculum and Instruction.

  • London, England -- Rock drummer (Foreigner).

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on August 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • American male bodybuilder and physical trainer. He was four times a winner of Mr. Universe. He decided to retire from active competition and open a Metairie, LA health club.

  • Australian astrologer, author of the nine texts used by the Academy of Hermetic Astrology (Cairo) These texts can be used in private or classroom study. They present the Hermetic system in an easy-to-understand, systematic format. Learning aids are "50 Australian Birthcharts", and "The Progressed Chart Book".

  • American ecclesiastic, a Roman Catholic Archbishop. On March 18, 1972, he was ordained as a priest and received a Master's degree in Social Work in 1976. He served in several parish positions in Pennsylvania and was promoted to Bsihop at Knoxville, TN, in 1999. He was elected Archbishop of Louisville (Ky.) on August 15, 2007.

  • Gerardo Manuel is a Peruvian musician, composer, and DJ. He was a founding member of many Peruvian bands such as The Doltons and Los Shain's and The (St. Thomas) Pepper Smelter. He was the conductor of Disco Club, which was one of the first programs to distribute video clips and promote rock music in Peru. Peru's first television program for …

  • American Astrologer, Artist, Teacher, Graphic Designer, and Author. He is highly respected as a speaker and writer on sacred geometry and space. He is the author or 14 books about astrology, tarot and sacred architecture. He has been a participant in major info-eco conferences in Europe, and he teaches Sacred Symbolism at the Manchester Metropolitan University Architecture School as well …

  • English actor and singer (The Move The Hollies, The Vikings). (d. 2004).

  • Trenton, New Jersey -- Rock vocalist (Patti LaBelle & Bluebirds)

  • Sabine Sinjen
  • First winner of Who Wants To Be a Millionaire's English Game Show Contestant is a contestant from England


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on August 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • German-American adventurer, Marita Lorenz, has a remarkable story that Wilfried Huismann made into a movie. It is a dramatized thriller called Dear Fidel. Marita was born to Heinrich Lorenz (captain of a liner traveling between Germany and the USA) and Alice June Lofland (an American actress). The family survived both the war and Bergen-Belsen concentration camps. She was seven years …

  • Molly Bee

    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma -- Actress (Pinky Le Show)

  • Baseball player

  • English businessman (d. 2011)

  • English doctor and author

  • Norwegian artist and painter. He was the professor of applied aesthetics at Oslo University College. He is half-brother to Guy Krohg, a painter and illustrator.

  • London, England -- Actor/author / cartoonist (TW3)

  • USA; actor (The Sting and The Candidate), The Natural and The Great Gatsby

  • Robert Redford

    American actor, director, environmental activist. Redford won an Academy Award in 1980 for Best Director for "Ordinary People." He also appeared in "All The President's Men", 1976, "The Way We Were," 1973 and "The Sting," 1973. "The Horse Whisperer" 1998. Redford's iconic role as "The Sundance Kid", in the 1969 classic film "Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid", was his …

  • American decathlon champion, who won a Gold Medal in the Pan American Games and a Silver Medal in the Olympics in 1956. He also won a Gold Medal in the Olympics in 1960. Johnson appeared in at least 12 TV and movie roles. By 1979, he was the traveling vice-president of community relations at Continental Telephone Co.

  • Namibian politician and lawyer 2nd President of Namibia

  • American adventurer. Beardsley and Vera Komarkova, a historic all-women expedition that included ten mountain climbers, were the only couple to be able successfully scale Annapurna in Nepal at 26,502 feet. The rest of the group suffered from frostbite and other issues. They reached Annapurna at 2:00 to 3.00 PM on the 10/15/1978 (28 N.34; 83 E.50). They had spent a …

  • Gail Fisher

    American actress (Born 1935).

  • Vincent Bugliosi

    American attorney. He is most well-known as the prosecutor for the Charles Manson family. He was a Los Angeles Deputy district attorney from 1964 to 1972 and had won 105 of 106 felony cases. He was a workaholic and used to working 18 hours a day. He was also a Professor of Criminal Law 1968-1974. On 11/18/1969, he was assigned …

  • Puerto Rican baseball player. He played 18 seasons with the Pittsburgh Pirates, from 1955 to 1972. He was a National League Most Valuable Player twice, All-Star twelve (all 15 games), batting champion four more times, and Gold Glove Winner twelve times. Clemente scored his 3,000th major-league hit in 1972.

  • American baseball player. He was a right-handed shortstop and played with the Boston Red Sox and Washington Senators/Minnesota Twins and Philadelphia Phillies between 1953 and 1962.

  • Irish politician and singer (d. 2015).

  • German-Swiss race car driver, engineer

  • Roman Polanski

    French director of film, well-known in France and America for his works such as "Chinatown" and "Rosemary's Baby". He was nominated for an Oscar for best foreign film in 1963 for "Knife in the Water" and received another nomination in 1980 for "Tess." Charles Manson cult members brutally murdered his second wife, Sharon Tate. After his shocking affair with a …

  • French soccer player. He is best known for holding the record for the most goals in one FIFA World Cup edition with 13.

  • Belgian operatic basse, who made his debut at La Monnaie in 1960 singing Charon in L'Orfeo. He sang at many opera houses across Europe, including La Scala, the Royal Opera House and the Palais Garnier. He also performed at North and South American opera houses. Although he was well-known for his roles in a range of operatic traditions from Monteverdi …

  • Belgium sport Champion

  • French scientist and Pasteur Institute head, a virologist, who was the first to identify the virus that causes AIDS. However, Robert Gallo (American) claimed the distinction at the same time. The conflict arose because each of the viruses were called by different initials. However, in 1986, three decades after its discovery, the two agreed to the HIV designation.

  • Canadian politician and lawyer 27th Premier of British Columbia (d.2015)

  • Premier of British Columbia

  • Belgium sport Champion

  • Dutch politician, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Deputy Prime Minster (Born 1931).

  • English footballer

  • Dutch Minister of Defense (D66).

  • Canadian 14th General of The Salvation Army


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on August 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • French singer who started his career singing in Spanish.

  • Joan Taylor
  • American rower and Olympic Gold medal winner. He was awarded the Gold medal in the Men's Coxed 8s event at the 1952 Olympics, Helsinki.

  • Puerto-Rican-American astrologer, joined AFA in April 1971, Washington, D.C.

  • Rosalynn Carter

    American First Lady, wife of Jimmy Carter. She was sworn into office as the U.S. President on 1/20/1977. Her beloved father died as a teenager and her grandmom in the same year. Her mom also lost her mother.

  • French theatre costume and set designer.

  • American actress, model, and dancer of lead roles in the 1950s. In 1950, she made her debut in "Our Very Own." From September 1957 to June 1959, she was a part of the TV series "The Thin Man". Kirk made a career change to P.R.

  • Villeneuve St Georg physician

  • USA: First lady to President Jimmy Carter.

  • American licensed psychologist, who is a reincarnation researcher. She is known for her demographic studies that show that people's prior lives match their current social and economic class. She is a doctoral candidate and a therapist. She has gathered over 1000 subjects into small workshops, then regressed them using hypnosis to past lives. She has also worked as a college …

  • English writer and editor of anthologies, most well-known for his science fiction novels and short stories. His name is either Brian W. Aldiss (or simply Brian Aldiss), with occasional pseudonyms in the middle of 1960s. Aldiss is vice-president at the international H. G. Wells Society. He was greatly influenced science fiction pioneer H. G. Wells. Aldiss is also co-president, along …

  • Franca Marzi

    Italy Actor

  • United Kingdom -- Sci-fi author (Helliconia Trilogy)

  • Egyptian journalist and author (d.2011)

  • French screenwriter, director and novelist. He began his career as an engineer in agriculture, but he switched to writing and became a prominent figure in the new school for French letters. He argues that the only true reality is the physical world and that perception can only be made through physical experience, and not consciousness. He is considered to be …

  • St Louis Actor

  • French engineer who came up with the idea of using Bayesian calculations to increase his chances of winning races. He also spreads risk, just like he did in his portfolio management work. As an expert in insurance company risk estimation, he was familiar with such calculations.

  • Polish historian and academic (d.2015)

  • Soviet pilot, one among only two female flying aces (d. 1943).

  • Jr., Polish art historian

  • Shelley Winters

    American actress who won Oscars for "The Diary Of Anne Frank", 1959, and "A Patch Of Blue," 65. For "A Place in the Sun," her 1951 film, she was the first nominee for an Oscar. She made her Broadway debut in 1941 and she starred in "A Double Life" two years later. She has also appeared on a lot TV, …

  • Shelley Winters

    American actress who won Oscars for "The Diary Of Anne Frank," 1959, and "A Patch Of Blue," 65. For "A Place in the Sun," her 1951 film, she was the first nominee for an Oscar. She made her Broadway debut in 1941 and made her film debut in 1942 with "A Double Life." She has also appeared on a lot …

  • English cricketer (Born 1920)

  • American baseball manager and player (Born 1920).

  • French painter. He was awarded the title of peintre de marin in 1973. He was married to 1921, and died in 2001.

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on August 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • American political aide, who was crucial to President Nixon's plan to reduce federal spending. He was Secretary of Health, Education, Welfare and also served as Director of Management and Budget until 1970. He also served as a member of the 1952 state legislature.

  • US Secretary of Defense (1981-1987).

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  • American baseball manager and player (d. 2007).

  • French military officer during World War II, also known by Georges Herand Capitaine Georges, Croc, or Croc.

  • Germany Actor

  • Italian writer, whose talent was recognized in 1957 by "Arthur Island." MoranteaEUR(tm), a mythical and epic writer, was well-known for her works. Many of her stories were about the struggles that children face as they grow into adulthood.

  • Belgium sport Champion

  • German general (d. 1997)


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on August 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • Warsaw, Poland -- Actress (Great Waltz).

  • Canadian journalist and businessman (d. 2005).

  • French Canadian journalist and businessman (d. 2005).

  • American painter and a key figure in 20th-century realist painting. His early work might be called Impressionist. His light-filled, realist paintings of urban interiors that often feature classical allusions are his most well-known work. They were created in his Manhattan apartment.

  • French politician and lawyer, he was the assistant delegate to the Nurnberg trials in 1995. He was briefly French Premier from 1952 to 1955. He was a law professor between 1962 and 1966, then he served in various government posts. He held 11 Cabinet Posts over a three-decade career. Faure is credited with creating the vast educational programs that emerged …

  • Norwegian poet and gardener (d. 1994)

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  • Indonesian writer (Belenggu)

  • Canton, Ohio -- Leader of the Orchestra (Gulf Road Show With Bob Smith).

  • French director of film, most well-known for his collaborations and screenwriter Jacques PrA(c).vert. The team split up in 1947. They had made French cinema a global phenomenon, leaving behind undisputed masterpieces like "Bizarre Bizarre," 1937 and "Port of Shadows," 1938. Their work, known as "poetic realist", dominated the industry for ten years.

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  • French film director

  • England, United Kingdom -- Actor. (Search for the Nile).

  • He is a French painter best known for his Provence landscapes, and marine-themed paintings. He died 15. July 1994.

  • Polish mathematician, cryptologist and plugboard-equipped Enigma machine solver. This was the main German cipher device. Rejewski's success and that of his coworkers Jerzy RA3A 1/2 ycki, Henryk Zygalski, jumped-started British Enigma reading in World War II. The intelligence gained, code-named Ultra, may have been decisive in the defeat of Nazi Germany.

  • German composer, pianist, songwriter and musician.

  • French philosopher and theologian. Jean Guitton discusses and writes about the conflict between faith and logic in most of his works. He wrote about fifty books.

  • French singer, formerly a model, and former French pop star. She is the daughter of a fireman. Jean Lenoir's "Parlez-moi d'amour" is her greatest hit. She was an international artist and sang in New-York, Buenos Aires, and elsewhere.

  • French military officer who served as Chief of Defence Staff (French Chef d'A%0tat Major des ArmA(c),es) between 17 May 1958 and 8 June 1958.

  • French musician and centenarian "la doyenne des FranASSais", who was recognized as the oldest person alive in France between 24 October 2010 and his death 11 January 2011. He was 109 years old. He was a prominent trumpet player in Paris' OpA(c]ra comique. In July 2010, he was made Chevalier de l’ordre des Arts et des Lettres, which is the …

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