List of celebrities and famous people who were born on August 26th
Famous birthdays on August 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002005
Famous birthdays on August 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901998
American son of Anwar al-Awlaki (d.2011)
American singer and actress.
World Music Singer
FranKo, an English actor and singer
English singer-songwriter and TV personality
Famous birthdays on August 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
English actor and singer (d. 2015).
American porn actress
Venezuelan baseball player
American actress, singer, and dancer
American porn actress
American football player
Spanish racing driver
Malaysian squash player
Japanese baseball player
Spanish race car driver
Turkish actress and model Miss Turkey 2001
American teenager killed in car accident, 9/22/1998 at 7:03 AM Pembroke, MA. Erin Darling was driving Erin Darling's car. She and three other girls were en route to school. Erin Darling was driving the car when it hit a section of rain-filmed roads. Erin lost control of the car and the girls drove across the dividing line in the direction …
Canadian professional wrestler
American triplet, second child of actor Richard Thomas (and his wife Alma), and a well-known family. Her sister Barbara preceded her by one minute, and Pilar was next. Gwyneth's parents divorced after 17 years of marriage.
American triplet and third-born daughter of actor Richard Thomas (and his wife Alma) Sister Barbara and her sister Gwyneth preceded her. Pilar's parents divorced after 17 years of marriage. Pilar was born May 1992.
American celebrity and first child of triplets, Richard Thomas and Alma Thomas. Gwyneth Gonzales (followed by Pilar Alma) followed her at one-minute intervals. After 17 years of marriage, their parents divorced in May 1992.
Barbadian West Indies cricketer
Greek basketball player
American baseball player
Greek basketball player
Famous birthdays on August 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Turkish singer and guitarist (maNga).
American football player
French athlete, who ran in the relay 4x400m race.
Japanese singer and actress with a Japanese voice
Spanish singer-songwriter (La Oreja de Van Gogh)
Memphis, Tennessee -- Soccer midfielder (1996 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
American baseball coach and player
NBA Guard (LA Lakers).
American basketball player. He was the center for the Portland Trail Blazers (1997aEUR”1999), Houston Rockets (99aEUR”2004), Orlando Magic (2004), Detroit Pistons (2006) and the New York Knicks (2006).
French politician and lawyer, her father was Berberian Muslim Algerian (also known as "Harki") She was the junior minister for Youth and Community Life from 2010-12.
NFL center (Oakland Raiders).
English boxer (d. 2012).
NBA forward (Seattle Supersonics).
World Music Singer
Auckland, New Zealand -- Badminton Player (1996 Olympics).
NFL cornerback (Detroit Lions)
American composer and drummer
Russian race walker
South African cricketer
Heerde, Netherlands -- Tennis star (1993 ATP World Doubles).
Famous birthdays on August 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Christopher Douglas American actor
Allentown, Pennsylvania -- Wife to John Cougar
Guard / Center NFL (NE Patriots).
Somerville (New Jersey) -- Tennis star (1996 Aust Doubles finalist).
New Britain, Connecticut -- Pitcher.
French athlete, 800m specialist.
Guard for a Serbian basketball player
Scottish politician and journalist Secretary of State for Education
NFL full safety (NE Patriots).
Garbage's lead singer is a Scottish-born musician. The band was founded in 1995 by Butch Vig (one of the most sought-after producers in the music industry at the time).
Israeli painter and artist
Coach and field hockey player from the Netherlands
Doylestown, Pennsylvania -- Actor. (Holden Snyder-As The World Turns).
Actor with Down Syndrome (Corky-Life Goes On).
English mathematician, academic
St. Catharines, Ontario -- Rower (1996 Olympics)
Vancouver, British Columbia -- Basketball guard (1996 Olympics)
American homicide: Beat his estranged wife Kathy Jean to death and placed a knife in her throat 5 December 1993.
English-American screenwriter and author
Ilham Aliyev's wife from Azerbaijan
Israeli manager and footballer
Marin County, California -- Catcher (Chicago White Sox).
CFL defensive end (Saskatchewan Roughriders).
American politician and lawyer
American academic and author critic
English umpire and cricketer
A highly successful German equestrian, who competes in showjumping. Multiple times, the FEI ranked Germany's No. 1 show jumper. A four-time Olympic Gold medalist individual and team.
American journalist and author
Moroccan princess, the first daughter and eldest child of the late King Hassan II of Morocco and his wife Lalla Latifa. On 15 September 1984, she married Fuad Filali (born 1957). They have two children: a daughter and a son. Lalla Meryem divorced from Fuad Filali in 1999. In July 2001, she was nominated UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador with focus her …
American attorney and cyclist
Algerian-French pianist and singer-songwriter
Palos Verdes, California -- Singer (Diamond Rio-Meet in Middle)
Indianapolis, Indiana -- Pitcher (St. Louis Cardinals).
French composer, singer and pianist
St. Louis, Missouri -- Playmate (19 Jun 1980) / Actress (Thriller).
American saxophonist (Buckshot leFonque), composer and bandleader
Famous birthdays on August 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American basketball coach and player
An English politician and lawyer
Mobile, Alabama -- Lieutenant Commander USN / Astronaut (sk: STS 90)
Victoria, British Columbia -- Canadian Tour golfer (1995 Indian Open)
Nigerian-born Swedish singer
French writer, songwriter, and author. Roger Nimier was her father (writer). In 2004, she obtained "Le Prix MA(c)dicis" for "La reine du silence". She was awarded "Le Prix Georges Brassens" in 2008.
American producer and actor
American "omnisexual" is a hormone-dependent, but non-operative, female-to-male transman. He was born in Illinois and moved to Chicago, Florida in 1990. There he established a support group for transgender people.
American football coach and player
French rapist: He and his gang posed as police officers to commit several rapes in Marseilles.
English viola player, composer
French novelist, playwright, and director. He died in Paris, 20 August 1996.
English historian and curator
Filipino pool player
English radio host
American actor and character actor who was openly gay, died March 30, 2003 from complications related to HIV/AIDS at his Hollywood Hills Home. He was fifty years old.
Rocker (Asbury Jukes)
USA, swimmer (1972 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
Canadian ice hockey player
French gangster. He had already spent 23 years in prison by the time he was 50. He was a model prisoner and served a 14-year sentence. In October 1993, he was granted a leave. He immediately held up the request. It was repeated on 12/29/1993, April 1993, and 7/21/1994. He was sentenced to another 15 years in 1996.
American puzzle maker and journalist
French Ambassador to the OECD. He was a former Secretary to the French Prime Minister and is responsible for Relations with Parliament.
German weightlifter (d. 2014)
(Rep-D-New Jersey, 1983- )
American academic and physicist
Turkish actor and singer
American actor (Born 1950).
Newport, Rhode Island -- Rocker. (Cowsills Hair, We Can Fly).
Estonian architect and painter
Famous birthdays on August 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Canadian-American producer and guitarist of singer-songwriters
Detroit, Michigan -- Light middleweight boxer (1968 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
French press officer. His name is associated with the Robert Hersant press group, Marianne magazine.
New York, USA. Singer Ashford's partner ("Like a Rock")
Cuban-American singer and actor
New Jersey, USA, actress (Lunch Wagon Tomboy and Champ).
Romanian manager and footballer (d. 2007).
British actress. A favorite TV star since the mid-'70s. Steadman is a legend for her ability to master the finer points of mannerisms. She has won numerous awards and accolades for her performances. She was a star in "Abigail's Party," a play that was based on her husband's novel. She became associated with Beverly, the pretentious vamp. Her extraordinary acting …
American composer and drummer (New York Rock & Roll Ensemble).
Chinese politician and engineer 14th Chinese Minister for Education
(Rep-R-Pennsylvania, 1983- )
American soldier and politician, 1st Secretary for Homeland Security
American scholar and lawyer
French politician from the Union for a Popular Movement party. Nicolas Sarkozy's close advisor since the 1990s. He was Minister under the Prime minister in charge of the Implementation of the Recovery Plan. This special ministerial position was created two years after the 2008 global financial crisis. He is Armenian.
American singer-songwriter/drummer (The Velvet Underground, Half Japanese).
English Prince/Duke of Gloucester
The youngest grandchild of King George V and Queen Mary. He has been Duke of Gloucester since his father's death in 1974. He is currently 22nd in the line of succession to the British throne and the first person in line who is not a descendant of King George VI. The Duke of Gloucester carries out royal engagements on behalf …
Sweden -- Yachtsmen (1968 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Brazilian singer, guitarist and arranger. He is also a two-time Grammy Award recipient (Best Latin Song, Best Latin Samba Recording) He is the son and Stella Maris, two famous Brazilian musicians.
Baron Bilston English politician and lawyer
French actor and theatre director. From 1964 to 1982, he was the husband and father of actress HA(c.lA.ne Vincent. He is the father to the director Thomas Vincent.
New York, USA; singer/dancer (Talent Scouts).
Buffalo, New York -- Singer / dancer (Talent Scouts)
Director (Barfly, Single-White Female, More)
Rock drummer / vocalist (Deep Purple)
English singer and drummer (The Searchers), (d. 2005).
Screenwriter and producer of English actresses
American screenwriter and producer of voice actors (d. 2008).
English singer-songwriter, saxophonist (Hawkwind Inner City Unit & Space Ritual).
Famous birthdays on August 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Brazilian banker and financier
Actor and singer from Bulgaria (d.2013)
Israeli politician and businessman (d. 2007).
British musician (The Stranglers).
Minnesota, USA; actress (Slattery’s People).
French film director and screenwriter, born to a Jewish Russian family. Her older sister, the contralto IrA'ne Companeez, is her younger brother. She was Michel Deville's collaborator.
NBA coach/star (Boston Celtics).
American actor and singer (d. 2013).
Japanese voice actor (d. 2013)
Chinese expatriate writer, classical pianist. Based on her autobiography, Le Palanquin des Larmes is a French film that depicts her childhood as the daughter of wealthy parents. It also describes the hardships she faced after her 13-year-old arranged marriage and her eventual success as a musician. She has been living in France for over 40 years.
American academic and political scientist (d. 2015).
American lawyer, three-time Congresswoman from Queens (New York), she was a candidate in 1984 for the office of democratic Vice President. She is a competent campaigner and a skilled politico. Her quick-fire delivery makes her stand out. After learning the rules of the game, she earned the respect of her colleagues at the House of Representatives and worked her way …
Dut poet (Long Live Joop Massaker)
English computer scientist and academic (d.2007)
American basketball coach and sportscaster
American professional basketball player. As a broadcaster, player, and coach, he has been associated for six decades with the Boston Celtics of National Basketball Association (NBA).
Lawyer and politician for Australian rugby player.
American astronaut. He was a colonel and served for the USAF for thirty years. In 1986, he retired from NASA.
Kansas, USA: Brigadier General US Air Force/astronaut
Chilean basketball player (d. 2014.)
Chilean basketball player.
American psychotherapist who has a private practice. He is well-known for his writing, clinical work and lectures around the world. His B.A. was earned in 1954. In 1954, he earned his B.A. 1958, private practice since 1960. Author of "Provocative therapy."
Hungarian water polo player (d. 2009)
Italian soccer coach and player. He passed away on February 28, 2005.
(Rep-R-Michigan, 1966- )
Guyanese coach and cricketer
Famous birthdays on August 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Belgian-American financier. He is described as a unpreposing businessman and a slightly overweight merchant of diamonds. Deeply private, he shared a deep love for the arts with Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, his companion. He was an international cultural figure with a twinkle of his eyes and the charm of showing interest in other people and a great smile. Jackie found refuge …
Zambian soldier and politician, 1st Vice President Zambia
Italy sport Champion
English-Canadian vibraphone composer and player (d. 2013).
Canadian essayist and novelist
Hero Cycles was co-founded by an Indian businessman and philanthropist (d. 2015).
American singer and model (d.2010)
Author and critic from Canada, Iraqi-Canadian
France sport Champion
Indian academic and architect designed the Amdavad ni Gufa
France sport Champion
Italian boxer, who won bronze in the 67kg category at the Olympic Games 1948 for Italy.
Armenian violinist and teacher (d. 1999).
Belgium sport Champion
American painter and author (d.2011)
French politician and scholar. Charles De Gaulle was his confidant. He had a long career as a diplomat in Germany, Poland and Germany. He died in 1999, on the 27th of November.
American racecar driver. When he was one year old, his parents divorced. His grandmother raised him and enrolled him at a military academy when he was a teenager to get his mind off of cars and motorbikes.
Indian religious figure
American academic and economist (d. 2005).
Ukrainian-Russian cinematographer and screenwriter (d. 2013).
American baseball player (Born in 1924)
German pianist and conductor (d.2013)
American journalist and author (d.2009)
American journalist (d.2009)
American mechanical engineer and chief executive officer of Bush Wellman, a specialty-metals company. Piper holds a BS degree in mechanical engineering from Michigan Tech in 1948, and a MBA degree from NYU. Piper was brought back by the board to help with a turnaround after a two-year retirement.
American clinical psychologist and astrologer. She counsels as many as 100 people per year as an astrologer and is also the author of several books and a researcher on asteroids. Dobyns, a respected figure in the field, was awarded the 1992 Regulus Award for Education and the 1995 Regulus Award for Discovery and Innovation.
American journalist and executive editor of The Washington Post between 1968 and 1991. He was a nationally recognized figure during Richard Nixon's presidency. He challenged the federal government to publish the Pentagon Papers. He was the Post's vice president at-large until his death.
Israeli mathematician, Israel Prize winner (Born in 1921)
American journalist and author (d. 2014.)
American illustrator (d. 2007.)
Thai politician and general 16th Prime Minister of Thailand
Famous birthdays on August 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Actor (Bob Crane Show. Chico & the Man).
French sinologist, member of the Society of Jesus since 1939.
American academic and priest (d. 2012).
American mathematician and physicist
American lawyer and professor at University of Utah, University of Michigan Law School, and University of Chicago. He died October 26, 2003.
France Military man
Conductor (Residence Orchestra) - Bassoonist
Smith Attorney General (1981-1985).
Tularosa, New Mexico -- Actress (Ellen Miller-Lassie)
Dutch soprano singer, whose stage career spans from the 1940s through the mid-1970s.
England, United Kingdom -- Writer (20th Century counterpoint).
Argentinian essayist, novelist, translator, and short story writer. He is known as the founder of the Latin American Boom, along with Carlos Fuentes, Gabriel GarcAa MA!rquez and Mario Vargas Llosa.
Turkish poet and soldier (d.2008)
Belgian geologist, born in Nevele.
Novellist essayist / dramatist
French singer who was at the height of her popularity in late 1930s and early 40s, before her career fell apart after World War II.
American sci-fi author, reader and librarian from 1936-1938. Freelance writer since 1932. From 1960-1962, he was Editor-in Chief of "Space World", and publisher since 1962. His column "Our Space Age" was published in 26 U.S. newspapers and 11 foreign newspapers. Earl, his brother, wrote as Eaando binder until 1940. He is best known for his 1949 book, "My Best Science …
orchestra leader (40 Beatle Hits).
Missionary from India, Macedonian descent; Nobel Peace Prize winner
Norwegian journalist, publisher, translator, writer. His literary debut was made in 1948 with "Guden fra Matto Grosso", a novel titled "The god from Matto Grosso". His career included more than 300 books, which is a Norwegian record. He published a variety of pseudonyms and wrote westerns, crime novels, as well as erotic novels.
Famous birthdays on August 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Pennsylvania, USA; US Mint Chief Engraver (1965-81).
American producer and screenwriter (d. 1999).
Australian cricketer (d. 1983).
English actress (d. 2001).
Prussian-American scholar and linguist (d. 1967).
Prussian-born Iranianist (d. 1967).
American guru who founded Agni Yoga groups at San Francisco, Los Angeles, and upstate New York in the early 1960s.
American doctor of Chiropractic, singer-teacher and astrologer. As a young girl, she studied opera. She also spent five years living in Europe. Long was a singer on radio and at the Manhattan Opera Co. She also worked as the Director of the Children's Church of the Air TV. Long became well-known as a voice coach for celebrities in Los Angeles.
American bandleader (Born in 1907)
Russia -- US microbiologist (oral polio vaccine)
The polio vaccine was developed by a Polish-American doctor and virologist (d. 1993).
British-American essayist, screenwriter, playwright, and novelist. Isherwood wrote over 20 books and is best known for his quasi-autobiographical "Berlin novels," one of which, entitled "Good bye to Berlin" was the basis for the play "I Am A Camera" by John Van Druten and which later became the stage musical "Cabaret." He was awarded a Cambridge history scholarship, but was later …
American Astrologer joined AFA June 1966.
English cricketer and footballer (d. 1991).
US blues singer
American author (d. 1992)
He was an Italian actor who founded a stage company in Rome with his sister Tina and brother Eduardo in 1932. After bringing the Neapolitan theatre's traditions to Italy in 1933, they started a series of films appearances. However, they split up after WW I. 2/6/1980, 9:00 PM Rome.
St Jeand'Angély Journalist
American military. He graduated from West Point Academy in 1942 and rose to the rank of General. His military career grew with the U.S. troops in Korea, which he commanded from 1953. From 1962-1965, Taylor was elected Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff.
American singer and bandleader (Oklahoma City Blue Devils), (d. 1972).
A Scottish priest, an ecclesiastic and a Roman Catholic Priest, was ordained May 1, 1924. He was the Parish Priest 1940-1948 and Bishop of Motherwell on April 21, 1948. On February 9, 1954, he was elected Bishop of Botrys.
German engineer and SS Officer (disappeared 1945).
Chinese politician and general 2nd Foreign Minister of People's Republic of China (d.72)
German-American businessman and engineer (d. 1980).