List of celebrities and famous people who were born on August 21st
Famous birthdays on August 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102011
American child from a prominent family. Her parents are actor Benicio Del Toro and Kimberly Stewart, his ex-girlfriend. Kimberly is the father of Delilah, who is also the granddaughter of Rod Stewart, an iconic rock star. Delilah was her mother's firstborn child.
Famous birthdays on August 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002002
Famous birthdays on August 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
American actress and singer
American actress and singer
Korean actor and singer (F.T. Island)
English actor and songwriter
American public figure. The son of Celtics basketball star Reggie Lewis. His death caused years of litigation between his widow, and the insurance companies, over whether he died from drug abuse or a heart condition.
Dutch singer, better known as the mononym Tess. In 2005, she was the Dutch representative to the 3rd Junior Eurovision Song Contest. She placed 7th with 82 points for her song "Stupid".
American comedian, actor, musician, poet, and singer-songwriter. He is known for his humorous and politically incorrect songs and YouTube videos that have received over 124 million views since January 2014. Burnham signed four records with Comedy Central Records, and his debut EP, Bo Fo Sho, was released in 2008. The following year, Burnham released his first full-length album, Bo Burnham. …
American singer-songwriter/producer (Burning the Masses).
German rugby player
Famous birthdays on August 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American actress, model and singer. Her roles include the cheerleader Claire Bennet in Heroes and the role of Juliette Barnes on Nashville's musical drama series. She was nominated twice for the Golden Globe Award as Best Supporting Actress in 2012 and 2013.
English snooker player
Polish football player who plays for Bayern Munich and is the national team captain. On 22 September 2015, he scored 5 goals against Wolfsburg in just 9 minutes.
American singer and finalist in American Idol (season 5).
As a member of Super junior, a Korean boy band. Actor and singer
Jamaican sprinter and athlete. He was the best since Carl Lewis. He wanted to become a cricketer. "Ligtning Bolt", has held two world records, 9:58 sec. in the 100m, and 19:19 sec. Since 2009, in the 200m. At the 2008 and 2012 Olympics, he won six gold medals (100m and 200m respectively, and 4X100m relay).
British family, Eric Clapton's son Lory Del Santo and Eric Clapton. The 53-year-old fell from an apartment window on the 53rd floor in New York City shortly after 11:01 AM, 3/20/1991 and landed on the roof of the four-story next door building. The window was left open by his mom's housekeeper, who had been cleaning.
American actor and comedian
Dutch international footballer (FC Twente).
Spanish tennis player
Russian pole vaulter
American baseball player
South African cricketer
American actress and singer-songwriter
American actress and singer, Dream.
French Corsican singer, known as Alizée, referring to the trade winds. Her career was launched by Mylene Farmer, producer of her international hit: "Moi... Lolita" (from first album "Gourmandises"). In 2013, she won the TV show "Danse avec les Stars" with dancer Grégoire Lyonnet.
Jr. American baseball player
She was an English participant in a reality TV program. She entered the Celebrity Big Brother TV Show on January 8, 2006. As a non-celebrity, her goal was to convince celebrities that Kandy Floss was the singer she was. On January 29, 2006, she won the show. The prize was worth 25,000 sterling pounds. Samuel Preston was her husband, whom …
American professional BMX rider
Australian footballer (Celtic F.C.
New Zealand All Black rugby player
Canadian television news anchor and correspondent for CTV Television Network
ConnectU was co-founded by an American businessman and rower.
ConnectU was co-founded by an American businessman and rower.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Driver
American race car driver
German tennis player
Famous birthdays on August 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Miss New York Teen USA (1996)
Nashville, Tennessee -- 800m freestyle relay (1996 Olympics)
American baseball player
American football coach and player
English rugby player and coach
Irish coach and footballer
Jamaican-American soccer player
Puerto Rican baseball player
Australian rugby player
American actress who made her debut on prime-time TV as Zoey, the role she played on "Cybill", was the first to make it big on prime-time TV. She made her acting debut at seven years old in "Dune," a film about the movie she was in.
Australian cricketer and coach
American teenager is in the news after she was caught prostitution as a teenager and for the attempted murder of her husband's wife. Amy, also known as the Long Island Lolita was an only child who was given everything by her parents: vacations, clothes and a car. She was a poor student at school and rebellious until her parents sought …
Filipino radio host and journalist
Referee and rugby player from Australia
Co-founder of Google
Russian actor and boxer
As of December 17, 2005, he was the Russian World Boxing Association Heavyweight champion. The title was held by him in three more fights before he lost it to his opponent on April 14, 2007. He regained his title on August 3. 2008.
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
CFL linebacker (Toronto Argonauts).
English keyboard player and producer (The Prodigy).
Senegalese Soccer player
NFL / WLAF punter (Steelers, Barcelona Dragons)
Australian Rules Footballer (St Kilda Football Club).
American player: Short stop/2nd base
American professional wrestler
Portugal -- 10k runner
Yonkers, New York -- Gymnast (Pan Am-gold-1995, Olympics - 1996)
Norwegian singer-songwriter/guitarist (D'Sound).
Dutch manager and cyclist
NFL center (Cleveland Browns and Philadelphia Eagles)
CFL Guard (BC Lions).
Famous birthdays on August 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
La Ramona (Dominican Republic), Infielder (Detroit Tigers).
Rosemont, Quebec -- Figure skater (1994 Olympics - 9th Place)
Canadian figure skater
New Zealand motorbike racer
Spokane (Washington) -- Playmate (Dec 1992).
Belgian music composer and music historian.
English journalist and author
Armenian-born singer (System of a Down).
French caricaturist and journalist, director of Charlie Hebdo. He was killed in the gun attack against the office of his journal.
Actor (Officer Tony McCann-21 Jump Street)
American baseball player and pitcher for the Texas Rangers. After being selected in the secondary phase, Wetteland was signed by the Los Angeles Dodgers. He played ten years with the two major league teams and their affiliated minor-league clubs before finally reaching his peak.
American actress, former professional wrestler and stuntwoman
New Orleans, Louisiana -- Pitcher (Chicago Cubs).
American porn model and actress
American actress, who is both a skilled director and singer as well as an actress.
Moroccan king, who ascended to the throne on 23 July 1999 upon the death of his father, King Hassan II.
Manager and English footballer
Mohammed VI of Morocco
American porn star, who has appeared in films about bisexuality, homosexuality, and adult relationships. John Waters, filmmaker and author, called Jeff Stryker aEURoethe Cary Grant of porno.aEUR John Waters, a filmmaker and author, called Jeff Stryker the 'Cary Grant of porno.'
Japanese serial killer (Born 1962)
Greek-American basketball player, coach
American producer and DJ
Dutch producer and DJ (d. 1991).
Indian cricketer and coach
Jacksonville, Florida -- Catcher (St. Louis Cardinals).
Riverton, Wyoming -- Hammer thrower (1996 Olympics-Silver Medalist).
American cartoonist, artist, and chef.
American cartoonist and animator
Argentinian chess player, coach (d. 2001).
French interior designer, designer and scenographer living in London.
Famous birthdays on August 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American football quarterback for the Chicago Bears. He is known for his fast ball and quick mouth. He was known for his outrageous personality and trademark mirrored sunglasses, which attracted many commercial pitchman jobs. He was a man of high class and macho, whether he played or endorsed products. From 1977 to 1981, he played college football at Brigham Young …
England, United Kingdom -- Tennis star
San Diego Chargers, Philadelphia Eagles).
Kitimat, British Columbia -- Canadian Tour golfer (1982 BC Open)
Spanish/american artist, painter and gallery owner, well-known family; adopted son of artist Peter rogers; father spanish astrologer; married once; had two children.
Meriden, Connecticut -- Tennis star
French cartoonist, he worked for the satirical Magazine "Charlie Hebdo" and also for "L'Evènement du Jeudi", "Marianne" and "Fluide Glacial".
English drummer, whose style and approach have been described as "tom-tom-intensive," "very economical and offbeat" and "very sensitive."
American radio host and baseball player (d. 2012).
Guard for Women's Professional Basketball League (New York Stars)
Pennsylvania, USA vocalist (Sister Sledge-"We are Family")
French soccer (soccer), player. He was a striker and played at the senior level (1974-1991).
British child who was a healer. She is believed to have saved the lives of around 2000 people in her five-year life. She was born after a 12-month-long pregnancy. She was both the victim of spina bifida as well as hydrocephalus.
American politician and farmer
Montana Senator, United States
American celebrity family, the sons of singer Vic Damone and actress Pier Angeli.
French film producer and chair of the European Film Academy. He is known for his ability to secure financing and distribution for challenging and diverse films.
American football player. He was the first to win the Heisman Trophy twice and the third time All-American in 1973 and 1975. He is the only Big Ten player to have played in four Rose Bowls. He was a running back for the Cincinnati Bengals of NFL for eight seasons (1976-1983). He was inducted into the Football Hall of Fame.
Norwegian composer and saxophonist
American drummer (Journey Montrose Moves Ahead of The RD Crusaders, Vital Information)
American psychic who appears on paranormal television programs as a medium, primarily "Psychic State" and "Psychic Children." He acts as a mentor to children who claim psychic abilities, primarily the ability to see ghosts. Skeptics have criticized Coffey's claim that he can communicate with the dead.
He was a French international football/soccer player who played as a forward and won 52 caps. 13 goals were scored for France's national football team. He was a part of the winning Euro 84 team and played in the 1982 FIFA World Cup as well as the 1978 FIFA World Cup.
American professional athlete. He was a pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds Baseball team and later the New York Mets.
French businesswoman. She is the chief executive officer of AXA Private Equity and was ranked number 98 in Forbes' 2011 list of the 100 most influential women in the world. In 2009, she was number 50 on that same list. She was made a chevalier of Legion of Honour in 2012.
Filipino actor. In 1985, 1993, and 1997, he was awarded the FAMAS Best Actor Award. Salvador was sentenced to 20 year imprisonment by the Las PiA+-as City court for estafa, fraud.
American author publisher and director
British singer and musician (The Clash), (d. 2002).
English producer and bass player (Finders Keepers Trapeze Deep Purple, Black Country Communion).
Former Czech prime minister
Canadian firefighter wrestler, and trainer
American psychic medium
Swiss singer, songwriter and pop singer.
American psychotic and attempted assassin, George Wallace was shot and paralyzed at a Laurel shopping center on 5/15/1972. His diary emphasized his sexual frustrations and preoccupation with obsessive, masochistic impotence.
Famous birthdays on August 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Israeli academic and scholar
French cryptographer. He is currently a professor at A%0cole Naturale SupA(c), where he is the Director of the Computer Science Laboratory. He was awarded the 2006 CNRS Gold Medal. His notable work includes the cryptanalysis of numerous encryption and signature schemes, the design of the PointchevalaEUR"Stern signature algorithm, the NaccacheaEUR"Stern cryptosystem and NaccacheaEUR"Stern knapsack cryptosystem, and the block ciphers CS-Cipher, …
Actor (Hill Street Blues).
He is a French and Tunisian citizen and a former Minister of Culture and Communication. He has been an actor and screenwriter, TV presenter, writer/producer and director throughout his career.
American producer and guitarist (The Buckinghams), singer-songwriter
French perpetrator of multiple rapes: 12/04/1983, 1/02/1984, 2/24/1986.
French singer-songwriter, painter and photographer. His greatest hit remains "Il voyage en solitaire". He also wrote "ChimA'ne", which RenA(c) Joly interpreted.
American television executive, who was the former producer and hostess on the "LA Saturday Show", conducted interviews and scheduled coverage of local events. She started producing pilot films and her own production company in 1977-1978.
American professional athlete. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame of football in 1986. From 1967 to 1977, he played for the Kansas City Chiefs. He was also elected to two American Football League All-Star Games. In addition to that, he made it to six professional-bowl games. He was named Most Valuable Player in Defense in 1971.
American singer and actress
American baseball player
Sydney, NSW -- Writer (Witness, Dead poets Society).
Kentucky, USA. Singer ("What the World Needs Now")
Bahamian politician, 3rd Prime Minister of The Bahamas
American critic and author (d. 2014).
American screenwriter and producer of actor directors
Hungarian-American computer scientist and mathematician
English journalist historian and author (d.2013)
Famous birthdays on August 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
French television presenter, comedian, and entertainer. He is the son of Robert Laffont, editor.
Botswana politician and economist, 3rd President Botswana
American singer-songwriter (The Statler Brothers).
American guitarist (TCB Band).
American entertainer. The whiskered, whiskey-voiced king in country-western pop music. He earns up to $300,000.00 per concert, and as high as $2 million per monthly. He was a poor child from Houston's housing project and he sang his own way to a personal fortune that is one of the biggest in Country-Western. His album "Share Your Love", which sold more …
American singer-songwriter (The Regents), (d. 2015).
Scottish politician and Labour Member of Parliament, he was elected to the Scottish Parliament at the General Election on 6/11/1987. After slipping and falling outside of his Edinburgh home, he suffered a brain hemorhage that caused him to die on 10/11/2000. He was 63 years of age
American author, best known for his 1974 publication "Dog Soldiers". Stone was a U.S. Navy officer from 1955 to 1958 and also experienced a time in drug culture. Stone taught at seven universities from 1972 to 1985.
Ecuadorian politician and academic 51st President
American basketball player, 7'1", and member of the Basketball Hall of Fame. He was the NBA's Rookie of The Year in 1960. In 1967, 1968 and 1969, he was also the MVP. Chamberlain set records during the 1971-1972 season for most points, rebounds and field goals, as well as the longest consecutive games without fouls. Chamberlain also scored more than …
French businessman, art collector, Honorary President at Kering Retail Company.
English writer. He is the only child of actor Laurence Olivier, and his first wife actress Jill Esmond. When his father divorced him from his mother and left him to marry Vivien Leeigh, he was ten months old. Tarquin Olivier was not a victim of Laurence Olivier's decision to cut Tarkie out of his life. His biography, "My Father Laurence …
Turkish actor and singer (d. 2013).
Illustrator is well-known for his work in children's literature.
Dutch composer, visual and audio artist
Indian politician and lawyer 13th Chief Minister Maharashtra (d.2001)
British mezzo-soprano, a great British singer. In 1982, she retired.
English critic and author
Danish actor and singer (d. 1992).
German mountaineer (Born 1933)
Chicago, Illinois -- Actor / director (Sophisticated Gent)
Israeli painter and sculptor.
French director who has extensive experience in the television industry.
California, USA; actress (Love That Jill and Joey Bishop Show).
La Tronche physician
France sport Champion
American screenwriter and producer (d. 1995).
British royal family, the second daughter of King George VI who was crowned in December 1936 when she was six. She is four years younger than her sister Elizabeth, and was known as a rebellious and somewhat high-handed youngster. As an adult, she became one of the harder-working royals in philanthropic and civic duties. She is known for her insistence …
French jazz singer
Famous birthdays on August 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
American poet, translator and anthologist. He is also an editor and author of children's poetry and textbooks on English literature. Joe Kennedy was his name for a long time. He added "X" to his first initial in order to differentiate himself from Joseph P. Kennedy.
Leader of the South African Communist Party
American comic book artist and colourist
Lawyer and politician from Puerto Rico (d. 2014).
English athlete (Born 1928)
American composer and trumpet player (The Jazztet), (d. 1999).
American bassist (d. 1963).
American football player (d.2006)
England, United Kingdom -- Foils (1956 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
16th President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Turkish translator and poet (d. 1999).
French actor and director (d.2003)
Australian politician best known for being the Minister in a conservative Australian government that relaxed Australia's strict censorship laws. Chipp was a keen cricketer and champion runner as a young man. He earned a B.C. He earned a B.C. degree from Melbourne U., and he joined the RAAF during WW II. After that, he entered Federal politics in 1960 as …
American professional wrestler (d.2008)
Romanian actor (Born 1925).
American psychologist and author who developed a controversial "primal Therapy" that elicits screaming from patients to heal. He received his undergraduate and graduate training at UCLA in social sciences and earned a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Clinical Psychology from Claremont Graduate School. He is the author of 12 books and founded a training and research institute. He also publishes …
British peer and member of the Royal Family, he was second grandchild to King George V of England (Queen Mary) He was the youngest son of Princess Mary and the 6th Earl Harewood.
American sports journalist (d. 2005).
American baseball announcer (Born in 1924)
The son of English Princess Mary
American actor. He was the first child of his family to appear on screen in 1958.
Canadian-American ice hockey coach and manager (d. 2014.)
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French-Colombian politician and educator (d. 2013).
Indiana, USA; sportscaster (Monday Night Fights).
American gay rights activist, editor and publisher. After serving in World War II he received a degree from the University of Southern California in English literature. He joined the Mattachine Society in 1951 and was one of the founding members of ONE Incorporated. This company published the first national gay/lesbian magazine, ONE Magazine, in 1952. In 1958, Slater was appointed …
English soldier and painter (d.2015)
Indian actor and singer
Romanian-Israeli academic and psychologist (d. 2014).
Inspiration for Winnie-the-Pooh stories.
American notable family, the son A.A Milne (creator of Winnie The Pooh) Christopher Robin, the fictional friend of the beloved bear, was named after his father. He was not happy with the attention he received from his fatheraEUR(tm), and tried for his whole life to distance himself from Pooh's golden-haired pal. Like his father, he was an agnostic and the …
Famous birthdays on August 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101918
French surgeon and physician, specialist in the digestive system. He was an intern from 1942 to47. He was Chief of Clinic, 1947. In 1948, he became Assistant, 1948-54, and Chief of the surgical services at La Croix St Simon Hospital 1955-1984. Rene was the president of the national medical evaluation committee from 1987. On 7/02/1987 Rene was elected president of …
Canadian-American ice hockey coach and player (d. 2004).
American politician (Born 1917)
Russian mathematician and economist (d.2008).
Scottish teacher and pro fiddler, he received his first broadcast on the BBC at age 16. Since the 18th century, fiddling was a family tradition.
Mexican pianist and songwriter (d.2005)
American actor and singer (d.80)
Danish singer (Born 1915)
Cleveland, Ohio -- Actor (4 seasons, Rad)
French military aviator who served in the Second World War as well as in the Indochina campaign between 1947 and 1949.
English cricketer and coach
France sport Champion
Filipino author, publicist and astrologer. He was Director of the Bureau of Printing and Foreign Service Officer. He also published "Pipol", "Masa" and other publications for the voiceless majority. Other publications include "Songs of the Brown Man", "The Family That Gets Pushed Around," and "Primer of Life."
Actress (Spider. Sally Bishop. Housemaster).
He was an American high jumper who won a gold medal in the 1936 Olympics. On February 15, 1946, he died from pneumonia.
Canadian ice hockey coach and player (d. 1995).
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French military officer. He was a member the Resistance during World War 2. Also, he participated in the Indochina war. He retired with the rank brigadier général. He died on the 8th of November 1988.
Famous birthdays on August 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Russian mathematician, physicist (d.92)
Geneva, Switzerland -- US Secretary Of Treasury (1961-65).
Composer dies at 68
British writer (d. 2004).
Forest Gate, England -- Actor. (Beat Girl. I Accuse).
Author and illustrator of Indian-English (d. 2004).
East Indian writer and painter, made successful career of writing children's books, historical novels and mysteries. Born in India and educated in England, she returned to India to marry an army officer, Godfrey John Hamilton and they had one daughter. She worked for 14 years on her best selling novel, "Far Pavilions," a story of life in colonial India that …
Indian politician and lawyer (d. 1963).
Glen Carbon, Illinois -- TV Scientist (Nature of Things).
Advertising magnate, who dies at 89.
American animator director/producer (d. 1995).
French advertising giant Bleustein was the one who established standards for public product presentations over many years. Bleustein, who was also the founder and president at Publicis in 1927, remained as CEO for 60 more years. In 1929, his first radio commercial aired on Radio Tour Eiffel. In 1929, he founded Radio-CitA(c), 1935 and was also the founder of Radio-CitA …
Indian actor and producer (d.81)
Kansas City, Missouri -- Animator (Warner Bros cartoons)
French film director and writer.
American composer and bandleader of the Count Basie Orchestra (d. 1984).
Greek composer and conductor of piano (d. 1984).
Bulgarian author (d. 1972)
German-American Astrologer and author of "Drama of the Universe", "Man and the Stars," and "Isis Sophia" among others. In May 1947, he joined AFA.
French hitman, French criminal who was executed in France and sentenced to death.