List of celebrities and famous people who were born on August 24th
Famous birthdays on August 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102011
Famous birthdays on August 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002005
American child of noted family, Soleil Moon Frye and producer Jason Goldberg. The baby weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces and was born to her parents. Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher, and other close relatives attended the birth and delivery. Poet's father is Kutcher.
Alexandre Coste Grimaldi is the son of Prince Albert II of Monaco and is known for being a member of the royal family.
American child of well-known parents. His father is conductor Keith Lockhart, and his mother Lucia Lin, violinist.
His father, Prince Albert of Monaco, is a French child from a well-known family.
American notable family member, first and only child of Troy Aikman (ex-Dallas Cowboys) and Rhonda Aikman (wife).
French student, one the youngest candidates for the 2015 French Baccalaureat.
Griffin Gluck is a TV actor known for his roles in American Vandal and Locke & Key.
Famous birthdays on August 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901998
Sofia Richie is a model known for her work with major fashion brands and her appearances in the media as the daughter of Lionel Richie.
American family of note, Hannah Storm, the daughter and husband of Dan Hicks, NBC Sports announcer.
Alan Walker is a British-Norwegian DJ and record producer known for his single 'Faded' and his signature mask.
Payton Ackerman is a dancer known for her appearances on the reality TV show Dance Moms.
American celebrity adopted child of Rosie O'Donnell, lesbian TV star. Deanna Micoley, Chelsea's biological mother (Deanna Schilling at Chelsea's birth), gave an interview in March 2015 accusing O'Donnell of stealing her baby. Chelsea fled her home in August 2015 and was discovered by police a few days later.
Indonesian motorcycle racer
English singer-songwriter and guitarist
Peter Lanzani is an Argentine TV actor known for his role in the popular teen telenovela Casi Ángeles.
World Music Singer
Argentinian actor (Teen Angels).
Argentine singer and actor
Famous birthdays on August 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Argentinian singer and actress (Teen Angels).
American basketball player
Slovenian ice hockey player
American baseball player (Born in 1986).
Pierre Sarkozy is a French musician and DJ, known for his work in the electronic music scene.
American basketball player.
Simone Pepe is an Italian former professional footballer known for his time playing for Juventus and the Italian national team.
Rockford is a city located in northern Illinois, known for its manufacturing history and as the home of the Rockford Peaches, a women's baseball team featured in the movie 'A League of Their Own'.
German ice hockey player
Chad Michael Murray is an American actor and former fashion model, best known for his roles in the television series One Tree Hill and the film A Cinderella Story.
Taiwanese singer and actor (Fahrenheit and Dong Cheng Wei)
Murray; American actor.
Grégory Villemin was a French child who was murdered at the age of 4, in a case that remains unsolved and highly controversial.
French victim of homicide; mysteriously died at four years old on 10/16/1984. The boy was abducted, bound, and thrown into the Vologne. His body was also found in Docelles that day. Although his mother and uncle were suspected, the case was muddled. Jean-Marie, the boy's father was arrested for murdering Bernard Laroche his cousin. He believed that his son had …
Famous birthdays on August 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
American composer and guitarist
American basketball player
Fabienne Carat is a French actress known for her role as Samia Nassri in the television series Plus belle la vie.
German rugby player
Karrine Steffans is a novelist known for her memoir 'Confessions of a Video Vixen' which details her experiences in the hip hop industry.
Canadian ice hockey player
French comedian, actor, and humorist. He was born to an insurance-working father and a mother who taught German. He has been a one-man show since 2007. He performed at Montreux Festival in 2010. As an actor, he began in OSS 117 with Jean Dujardin as the lead role. In 2015, he directed his first film, titled "Le Talent de mes …
Houston, Texas -- Rhythmic Gymnast (US Team-96)
John Green is an American author known for writing young adult fiction, including the best-selling novel The Fault in Our Stars.
German footballer (d. 2009)
English rower and academic
Dutch soccer player (PSV)
American producer and actress
Celtic Woman with Irish Vocalist
Irish singer-songwriter (Celtic Woman, AnAona).
American comedian and actor
American singer and actor
Oslo, Norway -- Tennis star (1989 Norwegian)
Canadian radio host and skier
Aaron Douglas is a Canadian actor best known for his role as Chief Galen Tyrol on the television series Battlestar Galactica.
French politician and mayor of Paris' 10th arrondissement since 2008.
American mixed martial artist and wrestler
American journalist and host of Meet the Press, a weekly news television program that began in late 2008.
Famous birthdays on August 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Italian actor who has appeared in over forty European films and TV series since the 1990s. These include Gabriele Muccino’s The Last Kiss, Gianni Amelieo's The Keys to the House and Giuseppe Tornatore’s The Unknown Woman. Ferzan A-zpetek's Saturn In Opposition. He starred in HBO's 1999 film Excellent Cadavers (an adaptation of Alexander Stille’s novel). He was awarded the David …
Japanese-American sportscaster and wrestler
Brazilian guitarist, songwriter and producer (Sepultura y Hail!
Canadian ice hockey player, and sportscaster
Pointe Claire, Quebec -- NHL left wing (Montreal Canadiens)
Long Beach, California -- Outfielder (California Angels)
French humorist, columnist, journalist and radio host.
Gawker Media was founded by Gawker Media, an English-American journalist/businessman
American black pro basketball player who was recognized for his achievements.
American actress, winner of the Oscar for Best Actress in 1985's "Children of a Lesser God" Her film credits include "The Man in the Golden Mask", 1990, and "Reasonable Doubts," 1992.
Casey Lambert is a retired American jockey known for winning multiple prestigious horse racing events.
Sri Lankan-Canadian cricketer
French racing driver
American screenwriter and comedian
French race car driver
American bass player (The Allman Brothers Band Tedeschi Trucks Band Vida Blue BK3 & Col. Bruce Hampton, The Aquarium Rescue Unit).
Kyrgyzstani Russian lieutenant pilot and astronaut
Kirhizia -- Astronaut (STS-89)
Brazilian noted family, the illegitimate child of soccer-great Pele who had an affair with a Santos woman. Sandra was finally recognized as his child after a lengthy legal battle, which included DNA testing. Sandra was his daughter, although Pele still denied paternity at the end of the legal case. This earned him poor press coverage and a strained relationship with …
Rock vocalist (Girlfriend)
Japanese video game director
American singer-songwriter (Anthrax, Armored Saint).
Brazilian TV actress, known for her mysterious look.
Filipino politician and lawyer
American journalist and author
Dutch politician and educator
French public servant, now CEO of Orange (previously France Telecom). He studied at two elite schools in Paris, A%0cole des hautes A(c)tudes commerciales de Paris and A%0cole nationale daEUR(tm)administration, graduating in 1987. Between 1992 and 2003 StA(c]phane Richard was the deputy to Compagnie GA (c)nA)rale des Eaux's Chief Financial Officer, Chief Executive Officer, Compagnie ImmobiliA”re PhA[c]nix and Chairman of CGIS, …
Belgian martial artist
French youth writer; her most well-known work is the series about phantasy books.
American shortstop, Orioles
Japanese screenwriter and producer of Japanese actors
Arcadia (California) -- Major USAF / Astronaut STS 87, sk. 95
Lindsey, an American astronaut, received his bachelor's degree in engineering sciences at the United States Air Force Academy. He was commissioned as a second lieutenant after completing his graduation ceremony in 1982. He earned his pilot's wings a year later. He was a pilot and an instructor for the next three years. He continued his education by attending graduate school …
Austria -- Cosmonaut (Soyuz TM-13)
Famous birthdays on August 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
South African farmer and cricketer
Politiker and social worker in England
American producer and actor
New York, USA. Actor (Police Academy Short Circuit).
American academic and author
English actor, comedian, writer, presenter and activist.
American singer-songwriter and dancer Shalamar
Belgian singer and TV host
German journalist, TV presenter, and author.
American homicide victim. He was shot to death by David Jr. at 11:15 EDT on 6/19/1993. He was a commercial fisherman and was an abusive father and a drug and alcohol abuser. For six years, he had been separated from his wife. He was still active in the household, and had been living at Rockland, Massachusetts, with his ex-wife for …
Singaporean playwright and singer-songwriter
American politician and lawyer
American musician and entrepreneur. In 1977, he built the prototype of the Drum Machine and sold it to famous musicians like Boz Skaggs (Stevie Wonder), George Harrison, and Leon Russell. He was a professional guitarist since 1973. In 1976, he toured the world with Leon Russell and performed on the album "Toto" (1980). He is the founder of Linn Electronics …
American Baptist minister and politician. Republican Governor of Arkansas from 2006 to 2007. Presidential hopeful for 2008.
Los Angeles, California -- Rock vocalist (Shalamar)
Coach and manager of the Dutch football team
French Canadian Ice Hockey Player
South African entrepreneur in surfwear, who was one the best surfers of the 1970s and 1980s (ranked #5 in 1976).
American tenor saxophonist
Scottish golfer and sportscaster
From 1977 to 1995, American television hostess for "The Price is Right." Hallstrom, a long-running CBS show hostess, was a model for "BarkeraEUR[tm]s Beauties," the beautiful women who displayed the prizes and provided "eye candy" for the showaEUR[tm].
Jamaican dub poet
French rapist and homicide. He strangled and raped the fiancA(c), and was sentenced on 4/25/1972 to 20 years in prison. He was released on a brief parole period and raped another woman again on 12/27/1982. He was sentenced to another ten years imprisonment and then paroled. He was released in January 1992 for good conduct. He kidnapped KarineaEUR(tm), the child's …
American football coach and player
Poet and singer from Jamaica (Poet and The Roots),
American singer/bass player (New Grass Revival, The Sky Kings, and The Doobie Brothers).
American politician and junior senator of Tennessee
Dutch painter and director of author in the Netherlands
American concert organist. He was the son of a musical family. He began his education with private lessons and eventually studied with Sir George Thalben-Ball and Virgil Fox, two of the best organists in the world.
English race car driver
American academic and author (d.2013)
American critic and author
Jacksonville, Florida -- Molly Hatchet is a rock singer
Three-time Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers
American paleoanthropologist, academic
Australian field hockey national coach (1992 96 Olympics - Silver Medalist).
American basketball player, who was drafted by Detroit in 1972. He played in three different teams over five seasons and his final game was in 1979.
German drag performer and actor, Mary Morgan.
Famous birthdays on August 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American composer and educator (d. 2014.)
New York, USA: MD/astronaut (STS 51A).
American actor and director
French singer, songwriter, and recording artist. He is best known for his keyboarding skills and ability to use synthesizers. Jarre is a concert tour participant and has a Paris studio.
Finnish politician and captain 12th President of Finland
French producer and pianist
Author and educator from Rhodesian-Scottish
Brazilian esoteric author. His books are very popular and sell worldwide. The rights to his bestseller "The Alchemist", which he wrote, were sold to Hollywood for $29 million U.S. His "L'Alchimeste" (Hymn for the fulfillment of oneself, and to the dialogue of the soul with the world) was a hit. It sold more than a million copies. A publication published …
American actress. Marjorie Lord, the actress, was born to John Archer and Marjorie Lord. She received a degree in theatre arts and toured with summer stock. After 15 years of making forgettable films as an apprentice, she married Terry Jastrow, a TV producer of sports programs. She decided to retire in 1985 for maternity. After two years of being out …
Belgian champion cyclist, well-known family member, brother to Erik de Vlaeminck.
Richard 'Dick' N Richards is a former US Navy astronaut known for his participation in the STS-28 and STS-41 missions.
Italian coach for the Salernitana Soccer Team.
American professional wrestle promoter
Average White Band (AWB): Scottish musician, sax player and singer. The majority of the members of the band were veterans of bands from the 1960s by the time they made their debut in July 1972. Their 1973 opening act was Eric Clapton. They released "Show Your Hand" as their debut album. The band didn't achieve much success until 1974 when …
Scotland, United Kingdom -- Saxophonist (Average White Band).
English guitarist/singer-songwriter and producer (Uriah Sheep the Gods and Toe Fat).
American drag queen and activist (d. 1992).
American producer and actress of singer-songwriters
Brazilian poet, well-known for his wit and detached irony. Leminski was a prominent figure in his generation. The best of his poetry are collected in "Caprichos & Relaxos" 1983 and "Distraidos Venceremos" 1987.
Christine Chubbuck was an American television news reporter known for tragically committing suicide during a live broadcast in 1974.
Detroit, Michigan -- Astronaut (STS 25)
Canadian professional wrestler
Michigan, USA; astronaut (STS 25).
American news commentator. She was promoted to Public Affairs Director at a Florida TV station on 7/15/1974. She shot herself with a.38 pistol, and she died in Sarasota hospital 14 hours later.
American astronaut and captain engineer (d. 1986).
Canadian-American ice hockey coach and player (d. 1996).
American politician and lawyer (d. 2013).
American guitarist (Quicksilver Messenger Service the Dinosaurs and Man). (d. 1989).
Israeli journalist and agent
Welsh politician and singer
British columnist for newspapers and novelist
American politician and captain 23rd Secretary to State of Georgia
English businessman Baron Chadlington
Los Angeles, California -- Rock guitarist/vocalist (Chambers Brothers).
Mathemetician / educator
Professor of Zoology, University of Bristol
US rock vocalist (Imperials-So Much)
Belgium sport Champion
Canadian politician and educator (d. 2014).
English teacher and author
Rock band manager
Famous birthdays on August 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
French physicist and founder member of the Academy of Technology. He served as its President between 2003-2004.
American composer, author, and musician. He was originally hired to write gags for the "Smothers Brothers", television series. Later, he starred on the show as a singer. After studying music at Oklahoma City University he served a time in the Navy before settling down to work with "Smothers Brother". He was a major recording artist for the Mercury and Warner …
American singer and bass player (Quicksilver Messenger Service Jefferson Airplane, and Jefferson Starship).
Texas, USA; writer (Smother Brother Hour).
American businessman of Lebanese heritage, Chairman & CEO at Bashas', Inc., an Arizona grocer. After the death of his father, Eddie Basha Jr. assumed full control of the family business. Basha grew the company from a small business to a national chain of 160 stores in 1968. Basha was unsuccessful in his 1994 Democratic nomination campaign against Arizona Governor Fife …
American basketball player who played for the New York Knicks. He only played one season between 1959-1960.
Nigerian politician and businessman
Nigerian politician (d. 1998)
Austrian-American journalist, author
Jr. American physicist, academic (d. 2001).
American politician and banker 27th Governor of Nevada (d.2010)
English poet and author
American CEO of First Security Bank. Eccles holds a BS degree and a MBA. Eccles was an excellent skier and one of many who helped bring the 1998 Olympics to Salt Lake City.
British/american painter, author and artist. He was married to Carol Hurd Rogers, an artist.
Spanish-English manager and banker (d. 2014).
American tennis champion.
Australian composer and pianist (d. 2009).
American religious leader and captain
American-born big band musician, who played trumpet with Lawrence Welk Orchestra from 1966 to 1982.
American movie mogul Irving Thalberg's only child with actress Norma Shearer. In August 1987, he died from liver cancer, Syracuse, NY.
American race car driver (d. 1993).
Famous birthdays on August 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
French lawyer, politician and counselor to the state.
Palestinian leader, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize (d.2004)
American feminist and sex teacher
American Astrologer. She began teaching astrology in 1975 at two schools districts. Later, she lectured at libraries and high school. She was able to pass the AFA exam and became a professional counselor.
American geophysicist and astronomer who published numerous works on auroral, planetary and airglow astronomy.
Indian actress and producer (d. 2014.)
Australian playwright and author
American economist and Nobel Prize winner in academic Economics
Journalist/ambassador to Ireland (1977-81)
Houston (Texas) is a major city in the state of Texas, known for its role in the oil and gas industry, as well as its diverse cultural scene.
American artist who specializes in figurative Expressionism. After moving to Paris with Leon Golub, her husband, in 1959, Spero started a series of angry and furious war paintings. After discovering that New York's commercial galleries were not interested in her, Spero connected with the emerging feminist art movement. She found out that women artists were actually analyzing the art scene, …
Italian film director. He died in Rome on 18 September 2008.
She was an American lawyer and jurist.
French radio personality and singer, known as "the man with the golden vocals". For more than 40 years, he hosted the program "Inter Danse", which was broadcast every Saturday.
pianist (Ferrante and Teicher - "Exodus").
English actor (d.2010)
English singer and conductor (d. 90)
French actor, mainly in TV series, and filmmaker. He met Sophie Agacinski in 1965. They had a son together in 1968. He married her in 1983. He is also known for his comedy duets with Roger Pierre.
Jean-Pierre GrA(c), a French playwright, worked closely with him.
Italian military. He was the head of the state military and was elected as deputy in 1987.
French astrologer. With Max Duval, he wrote the book "TraitA(c) mA(c)thodique d'interprA(c)tation gA(c)omantique" (A%0ditions La Table d'Emeraude, Paris, 1985).
US model / actress (River Lady)
American educational psychologist from the University of California, Berkeley. Jensen is best known for his research in psychometrics, differential psychology and how individuals behave differently from each other. His conclusions about race-based intelligence differences were controversial. He passed away on 22 October 2012.
Canadian politician and 23rd premier of Quebec. He was originally a journalist for Radio-Canada's French-language Radio-Canada. As a war correspondent, he accompanied the U.S. troops that liberated Dachau concentration camp at April 1945. He also covered the Korean War. On 28 October 1956, he hosted a program on television that covered political news called "Point de Mire". It ran for …
American activist and historian (d. 2010).
Premier of Quebec
English-Zimbabwean race car driver (d. 2008)
English naturalist, ornithologist and writer. He was also a broadcaster, broadcaster, conservationist, and a decorated bomb-aimer/pilot of Bomber Command during World War II.
Canadian academic and painter (d. 2013).
Famous birthdays on August 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Cuban singer. His fluid voice and expressiveness earned him the nicknames El Ba!rbaro del Ritmo or El Sonero Mayor. MorA(c), a master of many Cuban popular music genres such as the son montuno and mambo, was also known for his mastery of bolero and guaracha. MorA(c), who founded and led the Banda Gigante (one of the most prominent Cuban big …
Songwriter and poet from Switzerland-Dutch (d. 2015).
Mexican professional wrestler (d.2004)
Swiss/Norwegian singer / songwriter
French radio host, actor and crooner, who was also an operetta singer and crooner, died on May 4, 2008.
Indian politician and field hockey player (d. 2004).
France Military man
Jersey City, New Jersey -- Wrestling announcer/TV host (PDQ).
He was a Monegasque poet and composer, and was a controversial and dynamic live performer. His career in France dominated the period after the Second World War and until his death. Over this time, he released forty albums. He also composed the music and most of the lyrics. Many of his hits were released between 1960 and mid-seventies. Some of …
American actor and singer
American geochemist and professor of geology. Garrels used experimental physical chemistry data to solve geochemistry and geology problems. In 1965, Garrels and Charles L. Christ co-authored Solutions, Minerals, and Equilibria, which revolutionized aqueous geology. He died 8 March 1988.
French singer-songwriter (Born 1916).
Physician / humanitarian
Wynonie Harris was an American blues shouter and rhythm-and-blues singer known for his powerful voice and energetic stage presence.
Jr. American psychologist and author (d.87)
United States -- Sci-fi author (Byte Beautiful)
Italy sport Champion
Actress (Citizen Kane), passes away at 58 after a long battle with cancer
At 79, a swing-era bandleader (Bobcats) dies from cancer.
American mountaineer and physician (d. 2009).
Los Angeles, California -- Actress (Citizen Kane)
USA; Television announcer (Garry Moore Show).
Hungarian-English table tennis player (d. 1972)
English race team manager and automotive engineer (d. 1995).
American television announcer and host (d. 2000).
West German economist / SPD-minister
Leader of the Egyptian-Greek Trotskyists (d. 1996).
St Etienne du Bois EXecutives
Famous birthdays on August 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
South African soldier and cricketer
South African cricketer
Indian activist (d. 1931).
The Hallenstadion was designed by a Swiss architect (d. 2012).
French politician who was a senator (1959-1986) and a deputy to the Parliament (1946-1958).
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 1976).
Scotland, United Kingdom -- Actor ("I Love You Again")
Officer and politician from Sierra Leone, 1st President of Sierra Leone (d.1988)
French painter, lithographer, and decorato.
New York, United States -- Actor ("Buffalo Bill" in Tomahawk Territory).
English activist and author (d. 1986).
American singer and actress (d. 1983).
St Germain en Laye Painters
Polish-German politician and businessman (d. 1945).
French historian and academic
American organized crime (Born in 1902)
American actor on the stage and in film (Born 1900).
The Swiss-German Third Reich Health leader, a specialist on "race questions." General-practice Berlin medical doctor, he joined the SS in 1930. He was the head of the Department of Health from 1934 and Reich Health Leader from August 1944 to August 1944. He was the first chief in charge for the euthanasia program.
La Madeleine Writer
Ocean City, New Jersey -- Actor, Waterfront, Gunslinger