List of celebrities and famous people who were born on August 19th
Famous birthdays on August 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002008
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He is an Australian child from a prominent family. He was born to Dawn-Lorraine Fraser and artificially inseminated with sperm from a friend.
Famous birthdays on August 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Joseph Castanon American actor, singer
Taiwanese tennis player
Argentinian tennis player
Famous birthdays on August 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American actor and rapper.
American family of distinction, John Connolly's son was convicted of racketeering and obstruction of justice. He also lied to the FBI
American rapper and basketball player
Italian Ursuline nun and singer who won The Voice of Italy 2014 Season. She released her first album on 10 November 2014.
Young Adult Author
American family of distinction, Maria Cole's daughter and first grandchild, Maria Cole, granddaughter of Mario Cuomo, New York governor; his second grandchild.
German racing driver
Swedish singer (Play)
French-Swedish singer (Play)
American family of distinction, first child to Jerry Rubin (49), the leader of the "Yippie' riots at Chicago's Democratic convention in 1968.
German race car driver
Japanese volleyball player
English comedian and actor
Australian singer & actress
Australian actress and singer-songwriter
English race car driver
American football player
American baseball player
Soap Opera Actress
American baseball player
Belgian pole vaulter
English rugby player
American wrestler and football player
Scottish actor and guitarist, singer-songwriter
South Korean actor and singer Shinhwa
American missing child was last seen at Pinole, CA at 3:00 pm on 6/03/1988. She was deaf. The FBI and police conducted extensive searches but found no trace of the girl, who was seven years old.
Actor and comedian from England
Producer (Around the World In 80 Days), dies in 56
Famous birthdays on August 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
American singer-songwriter and drummer (Relient K, Ace Troubleshooter).
Two-time World Champion French motocross racer. Tortelli, a long-time factory-sponsored rider has been a top ranked rider both in AMA National and Supercross competitions, as well the European-based Motocross Grand Prix World Championships.
American baseball player
Canadian singer-songwriter (Arcade Fire).
Japanese singer-songwriter and bass player (Asian Kung-Fu Generation).
German manager and footballer
American comic book creator
Italian bassist (Lacuna Coil)
American singer-songwriter (Cursive the Good Life Slowdown Virginia, Commander Venus).
Saudi Arabian terrorist (d. 2003)
Buinessman and driver in Englsh racing
Japanese comedian and singer (No Plan).
Manager and footballer from Italy
New Zealand cricketer
Crown Princess of Norway
American composer and DJ (Bull of Heaven).
Actress and singer from Hong Kong
Actress and singer from Hong Kong
Toronto, Ontario -- Softball catcher (1996 Olympics).
American singer (The Jets).
Argentinian manager and footballer
Hockey forward (Team France 1998).
Portuguese football player
Wisconsin, USA; Miss Wisconsin-America-1991.
Dominican tennis player: WTA Tour
Dominican-American tennis player, coach
American victim of homicide, shot to death by a single gunshot to his chest on August 25, 2000. No evidence of burglary was found and no suspect was charged. Cleveland was a member of a co-operative market and had taught tai Chi. He also played musical instruments. His parents divorced in 1982 and he was the only child. He graduated …
French yachtsman, a professional skipper.
American baseball player
French composer of original film soundtracks, especially "The Artist", for which he won the Cesar and the Golden Globe in 2012, as well as the Oscar.
Famous birthdays on August 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American actor best known for his role in "Friends," the hit TV series.
American rapper Nathaniel Dwayne Hale. (Born 1969)
Norbrooke, Germany -- Golfer (1994 Trafalgar CPGA-2nd).
FBI's Most Wanted List - Hispanic fugitive
American football analyst (College GameDay).
Japanese player and coach
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
Greek windsurfer and sailor
American singer who, together with Cindy Wasserman, makes up the Los Angeles-based vocal duo Dead Rock West. They play a variety of musical styles, including Americana and roots rock, country, folk-rock, and alt-country. They have released "It's Everly Time", a tribute album to the Everly Brothers.
American football player who played last in 1995 as a running back/kick returninger for the Baltimore Ravens.
Indian spiritual leader
Son of Ringo Starr, The Beatles' Ringo Starr.
British family of note, the son Ringo Starr's first wife Maureen and his son, Ringo Starr.
Dutch motorcyclist and manager
Portuguese actress and director
American minor actor. He is the younger brother to actor Matt Dillon. Kevin was discovered by an agent at the 1985 premiere of Matt's film "Tex". He entered the field at age 20 after abandoning his plan to study art. He is often seen in light roles, such as "Heaven Help Us", 1985, and "The Blob", 1988. However, he has …
Australian rower (1996) Olympics
Portuguese actress seen in films shot in Portugal, France, Germany, France and the UK, as well as in "Henry and June," 1990 and in "Pulp Fiction", 1994. Maria has made many TV appearances.
French doctor, emergency medicine and union activist. He is well-known for his role in the 2003 heat wave (in august). He was also a columnist for Charlie Hebdo Magazine. He reached the office shortly after the terrorist attack and could not save his colleagues. He was the one who alerted President FranASSois Hollende.
Hong Kong musician (Beyond).
rocker (Europe – "The Final Countdown")
California, USA; actor.
French actress. Her father is of Turkish and Argentine descent.
Athens, Pennsylvania -- LPGA golfer (1995 LPGA Corning Classic-25th)
Japanese drummer (Buck-Tick)
Oceanside, New York -- PhD / Astronaut
American political commentator
Paris, France -- Actress (Breathless Public Woman).
Latvian volleyball coach and player
Former TV moderator and Swiss beauty consultant. (
English academic and author
American family of distinction, the daughter and actor Lawrence Tierney.
Pyrzyce (Poland) -- Canadian marathoner (1996 Olympics).
Dutch radio host and pianist
American screenwriter and producer of actors (d. 2015).
NFL quarterback (Atlanta Falcons)
Danish-American football player
American mortgage broker, noted family, and the son of Sylvia Browne, a noted psychic, and Gary Dufresne, her first husband. His parents had been married since February 19, 1959. Paul's mom's spirit guide confirmed that he was conceived in Kansas City, KS on December 9, 1959 at 09:30 PM. He was born on the birthday of his father.
Italian illusionist and showgirl.
Hawaii, United States -- Baseball pitcher (NY Mets).
Famous birthdays on August 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
NBA guard / forward (Indiana Pacers, Milwaukee Bucks)
American Monegasque-born heiress and convicted killer
Stout, an American terrorist victim, was killed in the World Trade Center attack of September 11, 2001.
heavy metal rocker.
French civil servant who served as prefect of Seine-Saint-Denis Aube, Doubs and Moselle.
Centralia, Illinois -- Infielder (St. Louis Cardinals)
Jnr Scottish golfer
South Korean basketball player (d.2004)
American football player
American skier. Passionate extreme-skier. John Egan, his brother, is internationally recognized as a leader in this daredevil sport. He is one of seven children and the son of a neurologist. They market their videos and find danger all over the world. John is seen slow-motion performing an aerial turn to avoid falling 900 feet down a cliff in "Extreme Dream". …
American football actor and sportscaster
47th Defence Minister for Australia, Australian politician and physician
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
American actor and director
Belgian high jumper
Dutch politician and leader of a union. Dutch Minister for Agriculture
English umpire and cricketer
California, USA; actor (Israel-Daniel Boone).
Author and poet from Indonesian-American
Guatemalan journalist founded Siglo Veintiuno and El PeriA3dico
United States -- Skier (1976 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
American producer and director of actor
New York, USA: actor (Lenny-Busting Loose Pearl, Tough Cookies).
Armonk, New York -- Actor. (Player. Summer Lovers. Dreamchild).
American skier, who was known as America's greatest downhill racer by 1976. She was selected to the 1972 Olympic team but she broke her hip and couldn't compete. She won the World Cup in 1974.
Screenwriter and actress from Australia
Baroness Scotland, Asthal Dominican-English lawyer, politician Attorney General for England & Wales
American manager and player
Argentinian race car driver
American jazz musician. He is a flugelhorn and trumpet player. Stan Kenton was his mentor and he worked in Scandanavia from 1977 to 1978. Runar Enberg, Marianne Soderberg, and Marianne Soderberg have made a feature documentary about him called "Boogaloo Road".
Italian screenwriter, director and actor. His films include "caro diario," "aprile," "isole," "the factotum," "bianca", "Il caimano" (2006), "Habemus papam" (2011). He was the director of the jury for the Cannes festival in 2012.
American political consultant
Dutch MP (CDA)
French Thoroughbred horse trainer, and former jockey.
American harmonica player and singer (d. 2014).
American actor and director
His work centers on gay issues, especially spirituality, and he is an American writer, editor, and activist. He is also the author of "Gay Spirit", "Leatherfolk", "Gay Soul", and other books. He worked as a writer and photographer at the "Advocate" from 1975 to 1994.
American family of note, the son and daughter of Jean Hagan, actress who played Danny Thomas's wife for three years in "Make Room For Daddy." Two years younger than him, he has a sister Christine. Their parents divorced. His mother died of cancer on 8/29/1977.
French politician who was Minister of Vocational Education in France from 2000 to 2002. He represented the dA (c)partement Essonne and was also a member the French Senate.
British pop singer (Queen-Somebody To Love)
American actress and model. She was raised on a farm and won a beauty contest when she was 17. The night before she set off for New York City, 8/28/1969, she lost her virginity. Her first layout for "Glamour" magazine was done the day she arrived in New York. She worked as a model and cover girl for $50-80,000 per …
Norwegian actress and model
Iowa, USA; actress (Officer Bonnie Clark - CHiPs).
Norwegian actress and model
Argentinian producer and singer (Bajofondo).
American musician and tenor sax player in Europe, Peter is an American musician. Peter is a veteran of Boston's jazz scene and taught at North Shore Community College and the University of Massachusetts in Boston. He met several top jazz musicians while touring central Europe in 1992. He moved to Bratislava in 1997 with Katarina, his wife. It was an …
English journalist and author
Indian social worker and author
Pavel TurnovskA1/2 is a Czech astrologer
Famous birthdays on August 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American politician wife of Al Gore. Her husband was elected to the U.S. She was the Vice-President of the United States on 1/20/1993 under Bill Clinton.
American producer and director of actor
American actor and magician
Irish architect and golfer (d. 2016).
American conductor. He was a former trumpet virtuoso at the first rank and he resigned in 1975 from the New York Philharmonic to focus on conducting. He is one of the most highly sought-after and busiest conductors in America, having made the transition from an instrumentalist to a maestro with success. He is known for his unique combination of precision …
English screenwriter and actor
American football coach and player (d. 2007).
French race horse jockey, a harnessed racer, and the brother to Jean-Claude.
American astrologer. He is also the head of a New York school. He settled a complaint with Securities and Exchange Commission in March 2002 without admitting or denigrating fault. A $15,000 fine was also paid as part of the settlement. Six press releases were issued in the case. The first, dated 10/12/01, details the whole case against 14 defendants, which …
Mississippi, USA; actor (Simon, Simon, Major Dad).
American politician, graduated from Yale Law School, Governor of Arkansas in 1978, at the age of 32. He was sworn in as U.S. president 1/20/1993, 11 :59 AM EST Washington DC. A second term was inaugurated on 1/20/1997, 12 :05 PM EST Washington DC.
American astronaut and general
Clinton, 42nd US President (former Little Rock lawyer).
51 years old, film maker of "When Harry Met Sally", dies
Director and conductor from Switzerland
Actor and singer from Scotland-English (d. 2014).
South Carolina, USA; astronaut
British singer, musician and founding member of Deep Purple since 1969. Gillan was the original Jesus Christ, and the voice of the central character on the original recording.
Heavy metal rocker (Deep Purple, "Knocking At Backdoor")
Argentine singer & actor (d. 2010)
Marquess of Douro is the English heir to the 8th Duke.
Actor and singer from Argentina (d. 2010).
American illustrator and author (d. 2015).
Known by his artist names Sandro/Sandro de América ("Sandro of America"), Gitano (gypsy), and the Argentine Elvis, was a notable Argentine singer and actor. He is considered one of the first rock artists to sing in Spanish in Latin America. He edited 52 official records and sold 8 million copies although other sources state that he sold over 22 million. …
French businessman and chairmain of the Casin Lucien BarriA're. His fortune was estimated at 700 million. Euro in 2009.
French journalist and writer. He is a novelist and biographer, as well as a literary columnist. In 2001, he was elected to the AcadA (c)mie FranASSaise. He won the Edouard Drumont literary award for his novel, "Grand Hotel Nelson" in 2010.
American professional basketball player. He is well-known for his smooth shooting. He was able to jump long distances and could shoot from the three-point line.
French journalist and writer. He is also the founder and owner Radio Nova, a radio station based in Paris. It was first broadcast in 1981. He also created the Actuel magazine.
South African vicar/underminister of Education
Computer Associates International is a Chinese-American company headed by the CEO and executive of Computer Associates International. It is one of the largest software-only companies in the country. Queens Univ. college graduate, Wang. He holds a BS in Mathematics. He enjoys playing racquetball and groiwng orchids when he is not at work.
American speaker and author
Swedish poet and author
Lafayette, Louisiana -- Country singer (Right Hand man)
Chicago radio personality
Liverpool, England -- Rock singer (The Dakotas-Bad To Me).
He is an American politician, lawyer, and actor. He has not yet indicated whether he will run, but he did form an exploratory committee in June 2007.
Dutch Assistant Secretary to State of Foreign Affairs (1994-19)
Greek politician and educator (d. 2009).
American actress. She was a veteran of more than a thousand TV and radio productions. In her twenties, she dropped out college to make "Summer Love", her first film. She continued working in films that were primarily in the "B" category.
American actor and singer-songwriter
California, USA; actress ("Diamonds are Forever")
Texas, USA; rocker "I Can See Clearly Now".
Los Angeles Actor
Actor (American Anthem)
Famous birthdays on August 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
English songwriter and drummer (Cream Blind Faith Blues Incorporated & Atomic Rooster).
Countess Iveagh (d.2010)
England, United Kingdom -- Drummer. (Cream White Room).
NYC, New York -- Actresses (McCloud and Star Trek Next Gen, LA Law).
American radio host
USSR -- Finn class yachtsman (1968 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
American politician who was elected as the first black mayor of Philadelphia. He inherits the city's problems with growth and management.
American composer and conductor (d. 2014.)
The Oldie was founded by an English journalist
American priest theologian and academic (d.2015)
Astoria, New York -- Discus thrower (1956-60, 64, 68 Olympics, 68 Olympics, Gold Medalist).
American surgeon and physician; NASA selected Musgrave for training in August 1967. Musgrave was involved in the design and development Skylab's space station. He flew first on STS-6, Challenger's maiden voyage, on April 4, 1983.
Boston, Massachusetts -- Doctor/Astronaut (STS 6 51-F)
American baseball player. From 1955 to 1966, he played for the New York Yankees.
Author and director from Bangladesh
American politician and lawyer, the senator and representative of Minnesota. From 1978 until his retirement at 1994, he served 16 years as a senator.
USA; American politician (Senator-Republican-Minnesota).
Cambridge, Massachusetts -- Hockey centre (1956, 60 Olympics-Gold / Silver Medals).
American tennis player and ophthalmologist
American actress with stunning features, red-gold hair and big eyes. While still in her teens she was offered a film contract by 20th Century Fox. She then made her debut in "Cry of the City" in 1948 at the age of 15. Her exotic beauty meant that her roles were mainly lush and decorative. This made her career unpredictable.
Denver, Colorado -- Actress (Love Me Tender)
American model and photographer
Russia -- Cosmonaut
English geneticist and microbiologist
75th Governor of Vermont
Belgium sport Champion
American politician, lawyer, and state governor (dem.VT), married once, with four children.
French diplomat who was his country's ambassador in Iran (1987-1987), Mauritania (88-1991) & Pakistan (1993-1997).
Multi-millionaire English warehouse owner
American jockey, who rode a record 40,350 races and won 8,833 horses, $123 million in purses, from his first race 3/19/1949 to his retirement in February 1990. His wins include four Kentucky Derbies as well as five Belmont Stakes. He is also known for his three Preakness Stakes. He is also the first jockey ever to win more than $100 …
French horse trainer and jockey. He was a harnessed trot racing driver who won the Prix d'AmA (c)rique in 1980 with A%0lA (c)azar).
German actress, most well-known for her role as a spaghetti western star in 1964's "A Fistful of Dollars".
American educator and author (d. 2009).
United Kingdom -- Sci-fi author (Synthajoy, Radio Plays)
American football offensive lineman in National Football League. He played one season with the Dallas Texans (1952).
Famous birthdays on August 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Academic and neurologist from Romanian-German descent
American basketball coach and player (d. 2016).
Canadian actor (d. 2014.)
English journalist, author, broadcaster (d. 2004).
Canadian actor and singer (d. 2006).
American stage actress, who made her debut at 17 years old under the stage name "Stage Actress."
French economist and statistician.
American actor and film director. He is best known for his roles in Sam Peckinpah's films.
(Sen-R-North Carolina, 1986)
An Italian journalist, who wrote numerous articles on the Vajont Dam. She exposed the dangers and condemned the officials for not taking adequate precautions. The Dam was built using such poor materials and care that Merlin's concern about the Dam's construction was proved to be valid when the Vajont Lake flooded, causing it to burst. A 250-meter-high wave swept away …
Dutch singer (d. 2000)
American venture capitalist
American actor and author (d.2016)
French journalist, reporter, correspondent for New York Herald Tribune, and spokesperson for the French Ministry of Information. Later, he held several jobs in connection with publication.
Canadian playwright and poet (d. 1971).
Canadian physicist, Nobel Prize laureate in academic Physics (d. 2011).
French cult leader, known as "the dictator", was a colleague of Luc Jouret who founded The Solar Temple Order, a cult with an estimated 300 members. They promoted a mixture of Catholicism and New Age psychobabel, as well as the apocalypse. Police found 23 bodies in the ruins of a Cheiry farm, 45 miles northeast from Geneva, as part of …
Indiana, USA; actor.
French geneticist, physician and founder of the first French laboratory mapping human gene as a clinical unit in 1968.
Belgium sport Champion
American writer, best known for his creation of the TV series "Star Trek", which ran on NBC for three years and 78 episodes. It was a cult favourite ten years later. The sequel, "Star Trek: The Next Generation," was a highly-rated drama series. The six original "Star Trek" films were launched together in 1979, and have earned more than $400 …
Dominica -- Secretary General World council of Churches
Patterson of Tibet is also known as a Scottish engineer and missionary. He served as a medical officer and diplomat for the Tibetan resistance movement during Chinese invasion of Tibet.
Famous birthdays on August 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
CEO of Forbes Publishing, dies from a heart attack at the age of 70 (born in 1919).
France Observateur was founded in 1950 by a French journalist. He was a television producer from 1959-1969, with nine specials on Times of the Cathedrals. In 1969, he founded the French Picture Agency. He also established the Star Auditorium as well as the Video Art Collection. He was the author and writer of many works, including "Portrait of the Adventure," …
American singer-songwriter/pianist (d. 1996).
English race car driver and businessman (d.87)
Anaheim, California -- Actress ("My Friend Irma")
American screenwriter and journalist (d. 2000).
French Canadian businessman and administrator (Desjardins Group, d. 1985).
Chicago, Illinois -- Screenwriter (Woman Of The Year)
French biographer, diplomat and woman of letters who died 29 March 2005.
American writer, journalist and family. He was the son of Ring Lardner, a writer and journalist. He was the co-author of the 1942 film "Woman of the year" and an organizer of the Screen Writer's Guild. He was a Marxist student and was imprisoned for ten years for contempt of Congress. He was blacklisted 18 years after he began his …
French socialist politician and Prime Minister of France, 1957.
He was the French Minister of Interior under General De Gaulle. He was also mayor of Vannes (Brittany). He is well-known for having censored Hara-Kiri Hebdo just after the death, on 16 November 1970. Hara Kiri decided to publish again, but under a new name. They chose Charlie Hebdo (23/11 1970).
Hungarian footballer, manager (d. 2005).
Costa Rican painter and writer. Children's literature emphasized the importance of writing.
Hungarian footballer (d. 2005)
Japanese composer (d. 555)
Luisant Military man
Dutch astrologer and author of Willem Koppejan’s Astrological Archives – International and Nederland & Vlaanderen, published 1996. He was interested in religion and astrology and was a teacher, writer, lecturer, and researcher in astrology.
United States -- Singer (Mills Brothers), dead at 70
Greek aeronautical engineer and one of the founders of the Finite Element Method (d.2004).
Indian-English soldier and author (d.93)
American choreographer and dancer who directed Elvis Presley’s dancing in "Jailhouse Rock" and also worked with Presley on three additional films. He died in September 2007. His life is the subject in the biography "The Man Who Made Jailhouse Rock: Alex Romero Hollywood Choreographer", by Mark Knowles (McFarland), 2013.
American actor (d. 2003).
(Rep-D-North Carolina, 1966-92)
British racing driver (d. 1963)
Dutch psychiatrist and author (d.2004)
English artist author/teacher, dies at age 86 (born 1910).
French musician and bassist, who also played with Duke Ellington.
Famous birthdays on August 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Warsaw, Poland -- Writer.
American film producer and scriptwriter in the 1950s and 1960s. His TV series "Father Knows Best", and his film "One Step Beyond" are notable. His films include "The Hitch-Hiker" 1953, "The Bigamist" 1954, and "Mad at the World” 1955.
A lieutenant-colonel in the French army during World War II was awarded the title of 'Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English : Companion to the Liberation).
American soldier and politician (d.82)
Author and scholar of Indian history (d. 1979).
American notable family, daughter of Charles Evans Hughes, then-Governor of New York. Her father was the Supreme Court Chief Justice.
The first air traffic controller (Born in 1907) is generally considered to be the most important.
American politician (d. 1982)
Actress (June–Stu Erwin Show), Dies at 60
Beaver, Utah -- Inventor of electronic TV
French film director (Born in 1906)
American inventor and TV pioneer. His contributions were vital to the development of all-electronic TV. Perhaps his greatest achievement is the invention of the first all-electronic, fully functional image pickup device (video tube), the "image disector", and the first all-electronic TV system that works. Farnsworth was also the first to show such a system to the general public. Farnsworth created …
US pilot / Vice-Admiral (WWII, Navy Cross)
Former colonial Governor
English businessman and engineer (d. 1963).
French screen/stage/tv actor. Between 1930 and 1978, he was in over 130 films. Jean Nohain is his brother. He was married three times and had three kids. Dauphin was diagnosed with intestinal obstruction and died on 16th November 1978.
American author of 16 books and short stories. These include "S.S. San Pedro" (1931), "Guard of Honor" 1948 (which won Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, 1949), and "By Love Possessed" 1957. He published "Confusion" (1924), his first novel at Harvard University in his sophomore year. His unexpected success was so overwhelming, he quit school to write. His work is known for …
American writer and astrologer who used a psychological approach to Humanist Astrology. She was the author of "Astrology: A Cosmic Science", "It is All Right" as well as "Minerva and Pluto, The Choice is Yours."
United States -- Novelist (1949 Pulitzer–Guard of Honor).
Yonkers, New York -- Actress. (Fast Workers. Hold Your Man).
American actor (d. 1970).
French criminal and gang leader, sentenced to death in France.
Poet/TV panelist (Masquerade Party), died at 68
French director of film. He died 14 April 1990 at Cannes.
Filipino lawyer and jurist
American poet, gifted in light and humorous verse. After teaching school for one year, he spent many years in editing and publishing before turning to full-time writing. He published "Hard Lines," 1931 and "Versus," 1949 as well as "You Can't get There From Here," 1957, and other works.
Filipino jurist (d. 1994)
La Tronche Politician
French artist, cartoonist.
French adventurer and author (d. 1962).
Author and academic English philosopher (d. 1976).
Dutch professor of theoretical and applied Physics.
Russian-Swiss singer and actress (d. 1974).
Port Huron, Michigan -- Actress. Scarlet Letter