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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on August 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

  • American child of well-known parents. Her dad is Byron Allen, host of Talk Shows "Entertainers With Byron Allen" (and "Comics Unleashed"), and his wife Jennifer Lucas, producer. Chloe is the first child of the couple.

  • American child of football star Tom Brady (American) and Bridget Moynahan (American). Moynahan was pregnant with the child shortly following the breakup of their relationship. Brady was there for the birth.

  • Hood James is a Vine star known for his comedic sketches and relatable content.

1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on August 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

  • The son of Helena Buarque (son from the Chico) as well as Carlinhos Brown was a Brazilian celebrity. He was born with 3,60 and 51 kg.

  • Soap Opera Actress


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on August 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Jimmy Uso is a professional wrestler known for his time in WWE and his tag team with his brother Jey Uso.

  • Jey Uso is a professional wrestler known for his performances in WWE alongside his twin brother Jimmy Uso.

  • His father, Tim Russert, was an American family member. Luke is his only child. Shortly after his father's sudden death in 2008 Luke gave an emotional eulogy that was highly praised for his ability to convey his grief while remaining affable. MSNBC hired Luke for special news assignments, geared towards increasing viewers among the younger generation, especially during the 2008 …

  • American wrestler


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on August 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on August 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Italian female judo champion, who won a Silver Medal at 1992 Barcelona Olympics.

  • NBA guard (Detroit Pistons, Milwaukee Bucks)

  • Austrian tennis player (d. 2008)

  • American magazine editor

  • Australian businesswoman

  • American actor, known for his role in a wheel chair. He was kept in that chair since he was seven years old after being struck by a car. As a teenager, he began acting and went to University to study drama. Will began his career in off-Broadway productions. He then moved on to film and television roles, including "Celtic Pride," …

  • American voice actor

  • Singaporean actress

  • Courtney Gains

    American producer and actor

  • South African-Australian surfer

  • Tori Amos

    American singer-songwriter. She helped to revive the singer-songwriter traditions from the 1970s and brought back rock & roll with the piano. Her five albums and live concerts have earned her a loyal following.

  • James DeBarge is a musician known for being a member of the R&B group DeBarge.

  • Okinawa, Japan -- US 10K runner

  • British singer, songwriter, and record producer. Although he is best known as the co-founding member and main songwriter of Tears for Fears (of which he is also the joint vocalist), he has also been a successful producer of other artists. Orzabal's first novel, a romance comedy, was published in 2014.

  • Los Angeles, California -- Rock drummer (Bangles-Eternal Flame)

  • English businessman

  • Argentinian singer-songwriter guitarist and producer (Los Abuelos de la Nada and Los RodrAguez)

  • Argentine musician


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on August 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • American professional baseball player, who was chosen by the St. Louis Cardinals as a free-agent pick in the draft on 6/05/1974. He decided to go to college in Minnesota and didn't sign with them. In their free-agent draft on 6/07/1977, he signed with the Milwaukee Brewers. Molitor was with the Twins throughout his entire career, with one brief stint in …

  • Australian cricketer

  • French composer and guitarist, publicized as the fastest guitarist in the world.

  • Rudy Ricciotti is a French architect known for his innovative and bold designs, including the MuCEM in Marseille and the Jean Cocteau Museum in Menton.

  • American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Rocket From the Tombs & Pere Ubu). (D. 1977).

  • American White House Chief Of Staff for George W. Bush

  • American baseball coach and player

  • He is an American lawyer and political aide. Perhaps his most notable contribution to the 2003 leakage of the name of an undercover CIA agent to the media is the 2003 leakage. He was at the time Chief of Staff to Vice-President Richard Cheney. Valerie Plame was the agent's name. She was Valerie Plame's wife and former Ambassador to Iraq …

  • French business leader and chief executive of M6 television channel, since 26 May 2000.

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on August 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • Cindy Williams

    American actress best known for her role as Shirley on "Laverne and Shirley" TV series. The series aired for 178 episodes and featured some of TV's most outrageous and funny moments. It revolved around two zany, working-class women from the 1950s-era Milwaukee. Cindy was left without a job after the end of "Laverne And Shirley." She was last seen on …

  • American singer-songwriter (Grateful Dead Heart of Gold Band, Jerry Garcia Band, and Donna Jean Godchaux Band).

  • French magistrate currently serving as Advocate General at European Court of Justice

  • (Rep-D-Alabama)

  • American actor, host of "60 Minutes" Kroft was a CBS News correspondent and a journalist reporting in New York, Florida and Michigan. He has been stationed in Dallas, Texas, since 1981. He has received nine Emmy's local awards and other honors.

  • American singer-songwriter/producer (The Archies The Cuff Links & The Detergents).

  • Japanese television personality

  • Turkish mathematician and computer scientist

  • German opera singer, a Tenor.

  • Biochemist / Dutch MP (PvdA)

  • Businessman

  • He is a Scottish writer, poet and critic. His poems in the Glaswegian dialect are his most well-known, especially his Six Glasgow Poems or The Six O'Clock News. His work often deals with the interplay of language, culture, and class.

  • Japanese television host

  • American rock musician. One of 13 farm children. The Chamber Brothers was formed by four of the boys. It featured vocals and instrumentals. They went from gospel to soul to international rock stars, with albums that included "The Chamber Brothers Greatest Hits" (1978) and five U.S. Top 100 songs.

  • Turkish writer and journalist (d. 1993).

  • Turkish journalist and author (d. 1993).

  • California, USA; singer (Lennon Sisters).


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on August 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • Valerie Harper

    American actress who was well-known for her role as the worrywart in the "Mary Tyler Moore Show," which ran from 1970 to 1974. In 1974-1978, she played the same role as her spin-off in "Rhoda", where she married a nice Jewish boy.

  • Composer

  • USA; Boston Red Sox great (1967 American League Most Valuable Player Hall of Fame).

  • American actor

  • American baseball player

  • American politician and businesswoman (d. 2013).

  • American football player and sportscaster

  • Music writer (Suzy Q)

  • Musician

  • American college football and pro football player. He was a running back for the Houston Oilers. Later, he became college director of admissions.

  • American sociopath. A woman who caused a lot of damage through her life of lies, concealment and conniving. She also stole, manipulated, betrayed, and connived. Pat, a Southern belle since the day she was born, was delicate and high-strung. She would have fainting fits and hyperventilation when she didn't get what she wanted.

  • Scottish dancer, a ballet master. After attending the Royal Ballet School, he joined the Sadler Wells Theater Ballet Ballet in 1954 and the Royal Ballet in 1959. He was Ballet Master from 1976 until 1979.

  • Novelist

  • American journalist and producer (d.2009)

  • American merchandise marketer and CEO, specializing in trade of China, luggage, and liquor. He also serves as the head-fundraiser for a large GOP-based Washington-based lobby, Brown-Forman. Brown holds a BA and BS from American School of International Management.

  • The maverick roller coaster was designed by a German engineer and designer of roller coasters

  • American singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 2010).

  • American CEO and executive in charge of Dun & Bradstreet. This information company specializes in the analysis of the financial strengths of other companies, a major in Wall Street. Moritz was interested in merchandise marketing, and he received a BA from Yale in 1958.

  • French dancer who was a member Waehner’s Contemporary Ballet in 1960, after she graduated from the university. Roux founded her own company, Rhythm and Structure in 1969. She choreographed extensively for this group. She was a teacher of dance in Paris.

  • American journalist and author

  • Massachusetts, USA; TV newscaster (CBS, ABC).

  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma -- 400m hurdler (1960 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)

  • American author

  • American career military officer who was also known as "Stormin' Norman" during the Gulf War. He was a 4-Star Army General, and a West Point graduate, class of 1956. He was the commander of the allied coalition during the Persian Gulf conflict in Jan 1991. His military career was one of great achievement, with many awards including the D.S.M. and …

  • English bass-baritone

  • Chief political advisor (BBC).

  • French pharmacist and chemist, who died in Paris 3 February 2006.

  • Sylva Koscina

    Italian actress, best known for her role in "Hercules," (1958), and "Hercules Unchained", (1960). She was also Paul Newman's love interest in "The Secret War of Harry Frigg", (1968).

  • American boxer. He was awarded the title of world super featherweight champion in 1959.

  • Gabriele Tinti

    Italian actor (d. 1991)

  • American astronaut and pilot. He was the commander of Skylab 4, during the longest manned space expedition to date. Carr and his team were in space for 1,214 revolutions of Earth, which was a total time of 1,216. They also shared the world record of individual time in space at 2,017 hours, 15 minutes, 32 seconds.

  • American astronaut

  • Award winning costume designer

  • Colorado, USA; Colonel US Marine Corp/astronaut (Skylab 4).

  • American pianist who is known for his powerful technique, clarity, and versatility. He was a child prodigy and left music in 1967 to enter the business world. He retired in 1989 and returned to piano playing on 11/11/1990. Deveny is well-known for his tone quality and style.

  • Giani Esposito was a French singer, actor, and songwriter known for his work in the French chanson genre.

  • Brazilian footballer (d. 2013)

  • Brazilian football player

  • Belgian film actor of Italian descent. Married to French actress Pascale Petit (a daughter: Bojidarka, aka Douchka, French singer).

1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on August 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • German pianist and composer. His career has been fraught with controversy and excitement. Stockhausen has been hailed by the world as an avant-garde composer, with music that is both difficult to understand and disruptive.

  • American artist, her style is abstract expressionism. Although she worked primarily in oils and acrylics on canvas and was increasingly turning to watercolor, her use of color and light and the ovoid shapes that she used remind me of stained glass windows. In the 1970s, she was instrumental in bringing attention to women artists by organizing exhibits and writing articles. …

  • Illinois, USA; actor (Tom - Broken Arrow).

  • Sierra Leonean diplomat, pro-democray advocate

  • French fashion designer and best-known for his 30-year career at Dior.

  • Turkish poet and author (d.1984)

  • Honor Blackman

    British actress. She began her career with "The Avengers" on 12/22/1962. In September 1963, she quit the series and moved to Hollywood to join Sean Connery in "Goldfinger," which was released in September 1964. Blackman was able to use her endurance and strength in The Avengers to move on to "The Upper Hand" May 1990.

  • Jr., American playwright (d. 1989).

  • French engraver best known for his designs on banknotes and postage stamps.

  • Greek screenwriter and film director (Born in 1921)

  • English journalist and footballer (d. 2012).

  • Greek singer (Born 1921)

  • Ray Bradbury

    American sci-fi and fantasy writer, widely admired and well-known. In 1941, he published "The Pendulum", his professional debut in collaboration with H. Hasse. Although "The Piper" was his first solo publication, it is possible to say that he "arrived" in 1946. His plots are simple and his writing ability keeps the reader interested. In 1954, he won the Grand Master …

  • Cooley is an American heart surgeon who performed the first implant of a complete artificial heart. Cooley is also the founder and chief surgeon of The Texas Heart Institute. He is also a consultant in Cardiovascular Surgery for Texas Children's Hospital and a clinical professor of Surgery for The University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston.

  • American jurist who handled approximately 15,000 cases over a 35-year career as a judge of United States District Court for Eastern District of Texas. Tyler, Texas.

  • CEO (Savoy Hotel Groups)

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on August 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • American Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist for her columns about Watergate in 1975. She covered political issues and presidential administrations for fifty years, from the 1954 McCarthy hearings to the 2003 invasion of Iraq by the Bush administration. After suffering a stroke in March 2003, she stopped writing the column. She died in Washington, D.C., on April 21st 2004.

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  • French writer.

  • American activist for social rights (d. 2004).

  • British actor (Born 1915).

  • Polish politician and economist 15th Prime Minister of The Polish Republic in Exile (d.2005).

  • Canadian and American scientists co-designed the electron microscope (d. 2007.)

  • American businessman founded the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum (d.89).

  • American playwright and author (d. 1992).

  • Art historian/archaeologist

  • American musician (d. 2001)

  • British racehorse owner, trainer, and breeder. Rosie Wings was one of her horses and the mother of more than fifty flat winners.

  • American business executive. Heltzer, who was president, chairman of the board and ceo at minnesota-based minnesota mines & manufacturing co. Heltzer died 21 September 2005.

  • Edith Atwater

    Chicago, Illinois -- Actress (Phyllis Love on a Rooftop).

  • Norwegian diplomat, jurist, and politician. He was the 25th president of the United Nations General Assembly (1970aEUR'1971).

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on August 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • French master photographer, exhibited starting in 1934. His work is regarded as one the greatest achievements of postwar photojournalism.

  • German rugby player and coach (Born in 1908)

  • RenA(c), GA(c),rard, a French military officer, was awarded the title of Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English, Companion to the Liberation).

  • St Nexans Journalist

  • Rodez Military man

  • French Army officer, Counter-insurgency warfare theorist, and member of Organisation de l'armA (c)e secrA "te. He died 25 January 2005.

  • A Chinese politician, a thrice-purged patriarch of the Communist Party who had a profound impact on Chinese politics for three decades. His rule was marked by nepotism, corruption and major reforms for his people.

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  • Leni Riefenstahl

    Leni Riefenstahl, a German film director and producer, screenwriter, editor. photographer, actress, and dancer, was well-known for her Nazi propaganda film Triumph of the Will. RiefenstahlEUR(tm), her prominence in Third Reich and her personal association to Adolf Hitler destroyed her film career. She was later arrested, but released without charges.

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  • France Writer

  • English historian (History of Sussex).

  • American politician and lawyer (d. 1973).

  • Vienna, Austria -- Catherine the Great Actress

  • Russian lexicographer (d. 64)

  • American heiress, member of a noted family, early American dynasty which made its fortune through steamships and railroads. Cornelia was Edith Stuyvesant's only child. Cornelia was left the stately Biltmore House by her father, who died in 1914. It is a 250-room mansion on four acres near Asheville, NC. Cornelia married Sir John Francis Amherst Cecil in 1924. They had …

  • Italy Painter

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