List of celebrities and famous people who were born on August 27th
Famous birthdays on August 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102011
American child of well-known parents. Her father is actor Jim True-Frost from the acclaimed TV series "Treme" or "The Wire", and her mother is Cora TrueFrost, a legal scholar and professor. Phoebe is the second and first child of the couple.
Famous birthdays on August 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002007
First grandchild of Tony Danza, actor and TV host from an American family. Marc Danza and Julie Danza are the parents of the child. The baby weighed 7 pounds and 14 ounces.
Famous birthdays on August 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Sylvester Stallone's daughter and Jennifer Flavin, a noted American family; 7 lbs. 4 oz. 4 oz. The surgery was done at UCLA Medical Center on 11/12/1996 and went well.
Keke Palmer is an American actress known for her roles in films such as Akeelah and the Bee and TV shows like Scream Queens.
German figure skater
Blake Jenner is an American TV actor known for his role as Ryder Lynn on the musical comedy-drama series Glee.
American football player
Japanese singer and actress
Dylan O'Brien is an American actor known for his role in the Maze Runner film series.
Famous birthdays on August 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
James Harden is a professional basketball player known for his scoring ability and signature beard. He is ranked 800 in fame.
Jahan Yousaf is a DJ known for being one half of the electronic dance music duo Krewella.
American actress and figure skater
Alexa Vega is an American actress known for her role as Carmen Cortez in the Spy Kids film series.
American football player.
Big K.R.I.T. is a rapper and record producer known for his Southern hip hop style and introspective lyrics.
Cassie Ventura is a musician known for her hit single 'Me & U' and for her work as a model and actress.
36th Austrian Minister for Foreign Affairs: Austrian politician
American singer-songwriter dancer and actor
Kayla Ewell is a TV actress known for her role as Vicki Donovan on the TV show The Vampire Diaries.
Romanian-American painter, sculptor
Amanda Fuller is an American actress known for her roles in Last Man Standing and Orange is the New Black.
English rugby player and physiotherapist
Lolita Pille is a French author known for her controversial novel 'Hell', which explores the hedonistic lifestyle of Parisian youth.
Professional French road bike racer. He won the 17th stage in the 2010 Giro d'Italia, from Bruneck to Peio. He was struck by a car in France while training in January 2012. This knocked him unconscious and fractured his skull. He signed for the Bridgestone-Anchor Japanese team in November 2012.
Patrick Adams is a Canadian actor known for his role as Mike Ross in the TV series Suits.
Patrick J Adams is a Canadian actor known for his role as Mike Ross in the TV series Suits.
Indian actress and model
Turkish actress and model
Abilene Texas -- Country singer
American football player.
Famous birthdays on August 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Aaron Paul is an American actor best known for his role as Jesse Pinkman in the TV series Breaking Bad.
American speed skater
American actor and filmmaker
Suranne Jones is a British actress known for her roles in TV series like Doctor Foster and Gentleman Jack.
Deco is a retired Portuguese footballer who is mostly known for his successful career playing for FC Porto and FC Barcelona.
American rapper and producer
California, United States -- Miss Teen USA (1995-36th)
Mark Webber is a retired Australian Formula One driver known for his time with Red Bull Racing and his battles with teammate Sebastian Vettel.
He is a Spanish tennis player. In 1998, he was the French Open singles champion. In 1997, he was also the singles runner up at the Australian Open.
Sarah Chalke is a Canadian actress best known for her role as Dr. Elliot Reid on the TV show 'Scrubs'.
Sarah Chalke is a Canadian actress best known for her role as Dr. Elliot Reid on the TV show Scrubs.
Spain -- Tennis star
Race Car Driver
Japanese professional wrestler
French biologist and astronomer
Spanish tennis player
Toronto, Ontario -- NHL right-wing (Winnipeg Jets).
Race Car Driver
French politician and business leader. He was a former member and leader of the National Front's youth section. Peltier is the leader of The Strong Right, a right-wing populist faction within the UMP that is similar to The Popular Right. He has served as vice-president for the Union for a Popular Movement since February 2013.
Four people were killed in France by French homicide after a theft.
Puerto Rican skier, gold in the Freestyle at Nagano
American notable family, Kaija Olmos, son of actor Edward James Olmos, and his wife Kaija.
Safety (Buffalo Bills)
New Zealand cricketer
Puerto Rican baseball player
American professional wrestler
Swedish author and historian
The Great Khali is an Indian professional wrestler known for his imposing size and strength, and for his time in the WWE.
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Bloodhound Gang).
American record producer and DJ
South Paris, Maine -- US hockey defenseman (1994 Olympics)
Dutch player in field hockey
NFL linebacker (Pittsburgh Steelers).
British athlete who won a Gold Medal in the heptathlon at 9:24/2000. Denise Lewis suffered a severe injury in the fifth event. However, she persevered and was able to throw the javelin with great accuracy. She won the 800m gold. She had won silver at the World Championships, Seville 1999 and double gold at European and Commonwealth games 1998. But …
28-year-old skysurfer dies after falling while skydiving
Hong Kong singer and actor
NFL defensive tackle (Chicago Bears).
Dutch manager and footballer
English-American bass player and producer (No Doubt).
Peoria, Illinois -- Infielder for the Cleveland Indians
Italian mountaineer (d. 2008)
Filipino actress and singer
Australian cricketer and coach
English snooker player
Brazilian notable family, the son soccer champion PelA(c), also known as his nickname "Edinho". His sister Jennifer was also born in June 1978.
German porn actress
NBA forward (Toronto Raptors)
Hamilton, Ontario -- 52 kg freestyle wrestler (1996 Olympics)
South Korean singer and TV host
Manager and footballer from Ireland
Famous birthdays on August 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Cesar Millan is a Mexican dog trainer known for his television series 'Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan' and his expertise in rehabilitating aggressive dogs.
English screenwriter and producer of actor
NFL Guard (Indianapolis Colts).
American basketball player: Rockets guard
English porn actress and director
Cromwell, New Zealand -- Australasia Golfer
Israeli-American academic and computer scientist
Producer and actor of Filipino singer-songwriters
Bradenton, Florida -- Outfielder (Chicago Cubs)
Estonian politician and lawyer 14th Prime Minister of Estonia
Colorado Springs, Colorado -- US shooter (1992 Olympics)
French-Israeli lawyer who conducted several national missions on President Nicolas Sarkozy's request.
A coach and footballer from Greece-Australian origin
Canadian homicide: a tale of terror, sadness and degradation. He was a clean-cut, handsome accountant who got engaged to Karla Homolka, a beautiful, healthy couple. Karla and he had first met in June 1990, when he was 23 years old and she was 17. They fell in love and were married in December 1990. Karla was given sleeping pills by …
Screenwriter and actor from Australia
American producer and actor
Belgian archery expert, fourth place in the Atlanta Olympics Individual Competition, 1996.
Woodland Hills, California -- Playmate (May 1984).
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Ford, an American fashion designer and entrepreneur, started his career as an actor. He then studied interior architecture at Parsons School of Design. Ford went on to hold positions at Perry Ellis, Cathy Hardwick. He was hired by Gucci's creative director in 1990. Ford was made creative director in 1994 after Gucci was bought by a Bahrain-based investment company. Ford …
American gospel singer
San Francisco, California -- Heavyweight (209+ lbs) judoka (1992, 96 Olympics)
Famous birthdays on August 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
English writer, who became famous with her first book, "Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit," a semi-autobiographical novel about a sensitive teenage girl rebelling against conventional values. Her other novels explore gender polarities as well as sexual identity. Winterson is also a broadcaster, and a professor in creative writing.
Austrian racing driver and co-owner of F1 team (Scuderia Toro Rosso).
American poet, whose first collection was "The Naked Poet," published in 1983.
French winner of the 1994 aEUR~aEUR(tm)Bol daEUR(tm)Or,aEUR(tm)aEUR(tm)24-hour motorcycle endurance race, taking 2nd place after his brother Christian. He was World Champion 1994. He also took 2nd place at the 1984 world endurance championship.
American academic and engineer (d. 2006).
Hungarian poet and author
Norwegian composer and pianist
English TV actress and host
Colombian painter, sculptor
Welsh TV personality and MTV VJ
Belgian playwright and poet
English police officer
Tokyo, Japan -- PGA Golfer (1994 Byron Nelson-2nd).
Canadian comedian and host of television and radio shows
American body modifier (d.2012)
American game designer and author
German golfer, two-time Masters champion
Jean-François Larios is a former French footballer who played as a midfielder for clubs such as AS Saint-Étienne and Paris Saint-Germain.
English singer-songwriter and bass player. (Sex Pistols Rich Kids The Faces, The International Swingers).
Belgian writer who published her first book, "First Fictions," in 1986. It was in English. In 1987, she published her first novel, "Een Zuil van Zout". It was awarded the Prijs van de provincie Brabant. In 1990, she received the prestigious Vlaamse driejaarlijkse Staatsprijs voor proza.
Auckland, New Zealand -- Yachting Star class (1996 Olympics)
Dutch singer. She is the daughter of a Dutch father (a Philips manager) and an Egyptian mom. She lived in Uruguay with her parents as a child.
Savannah, Georgia -- Actress. (Extermites. Psycho 3. Heat).
English race car driver
Toronto, Ontario -- Rock guitarist (Rush)
English journalist and author
Farren, an American musician who became a private citizen, was once the lead singer, songwriter, and guitarist for the Joe Perry Project, and Farrenheit, both popular 1980s rock bands. Farren splits his time between his family and the development of a business for Hewlett-Packard Co., Nashua. His bands have opened for Ozzy Osbourne and Rush, ZZ Top and Def Leppard.
American comedian, better known as Pee Wee Herman. He plays a charming, goofy young man wearing a tight suit, lipstick, googly eyes, and a smirk. This is a popular choice for kids and anyone who enjoys broad, physical comedy. His films included "Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure" (Big Top Pee-Wee) and a Saturday morning children's program, "Pee-Wee’s Playhouse," which was Emmy-awarded.
American painter, artist, and "magic box" creator.
French journalist and writer, born to Swiss parents.
American University of Texas Head Football coach
American-Canadian politician and criminologist
Phoenix, Arizona -- PGA golfer (1980 BC Open)
American manager and player
American comedian and singer
English lexicographer and author
USA; comedian (Who Framed Roger Rabbit?) ).
United States -- Springboard diver (1976 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
Scottish bass player and songwriter (Whitesnake Black Sabbath Colosseum II, Gogmagog).
Famous birthdays on August 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
New York, USA. Actress (The Spy Who Loved Me).
Baton Rouge (Lawrence) -- PGA golfer (1980 Sea Pines).
French screenwriter and director
American professional wrestler
Greek musician (d. 1990)
American porn actor (d. 2013).
Barbara Bach is an American actress and model known for her role as Anya Amasova in the James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me.
South African sportscaster and cricketer (d. 2002).
Turkish academic and historian
Since 1999, French Catholic priest, Bishop of Troyes
Manager and cricketer from Barbados
American actress. She is a sensual and voluptuous leading lady in European and American films. She was a former model and began her career in spaghetti-western films before becoming a Bond girl in the 1977 film "The Spy Who Loved Me".
Marianne Sägebrecht is a German actress known for her roles in films such as 'Bagdad Cafe' and 'Sugarbaby'.
Canadian judge and lawyer
Port Arthur, Texas -- Actor. (Dr Beale - St Elsewhere).
Tim Bogert is a renowned American musician known for his work as a bassist in the rock bands Vanilla Fudge and Cactus.
American actress, who was 21 years old, had appeared in over 100 TV shows and a dozen movies. However, her childhood was not glamorous. She lost her father when she was three years old. From the age of three, she worked as a professional model for her family. At nine years old, she experienced her first panic attack due to …
American politician and entrepreneur. He was the Senior Senator from Nebraska and Vice Chairman of Senate Select Committee. He is also a member of Senate Finance Committee, and Senate Agriculture Committee. Kerrey was the Company Chairman of both the National Commission on Restructuring Internal Revenue Service and the Senate Appropriations Committee between 1989-1996. He was re-elected in 1994 to the …
New York, USA. Actress (Dobie Gillis Wild in Country).
American singer-songwriter/pianist (Love Song and The Castells).
American musician, and well-known family. He is the son of Carmen Dragon, a famous conductor. Before he joined the Beach Boys, he studied classical piano for ten more years. He was shy and quiet, and his dark glasses and yachting cap made him the quieter half of "The Captain and Tennille." Toni Tennille and he first recorded together as a …
Canadian politician and educator, 3rd Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador
California, USA; keyboardist.
Cesária Évora was a Cape Verdean singer known as the 'Barefoot Diva' for her captivating voice and her popularization of morna music.
American singer and accordion player (d.2008)
General Secretary (National Association of Head Teachers).
American guitarist (Last Exit), (d. 1994).
Famous birthdays on August 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American singer-songwriter/producer (Gladys Knight & the Pips), (d. 2005).
French family member of distinction, second child of Jacques Lacan, famed psychoanalyst.
American track and field champion.
American author and historian
American mechanical engineer and CEO of Applied Materials, a manufacturer of semi-conductor and electrical production gears. Morgan graduated from Cornell University with a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA.
Turkish actor and singer
American discus thrower, who won a silver medal at 1972 Olympics in Munich. He succeeded the great Al Oerter.
American professional singer, since age nine. He became an overnight star playing the lead TV role on "The Singin’ Idol."
Scottish musician who played in "The Gentle Giant", a band he and his brother Derek formed. Phil plays the sax, trumpet and flute, and sings. They released two albums, "Free Hand" 1975 and "Civilian" 1980. They were disbanded by 1980.
Rocker (Gentle Giant)
American composer and pianist (d. 2007).
British court judge
French journalist, author and filmmaker, who worked for RTL and Paris Match, TF1 as well as Antenne 2. He was a laureate for the Prix InteralliA (c), a French literary distinction that was established in 1930 and awarded to AL'A%0tudiant(c)trangerA>>.
American author and sculptor.
American scholar and author
American chemical engineer and CEO at Diamond Shamrock, a chain of convenience stores and service stations with more than 650 locations across the country. The Diamond Shamrock corporation refines regional oil and natural gas. Hemminghaus, who has a BSc in Chemical Engineering and is also the father of six children, owns a farm.
American producer and screenwriter (d. 2014).
American baseball player
American criminal lawyer.
English author of historical biographies and detective stories, as well as a variety of mysteries and magazine articles. Her international bestsellers include Mary, Queen of Scots, which was awarded the James Tait Black Award for biography in 1969.
Dutch manager and footballer (d. 2008).
Chinmoy K. Ghose, founder of the meditation centers (Born 1931).
American baseball coach and player
American investment advisor and astrologer. Mull Publishing, which published the newsletter "The Wall Street Astrologer", is her business. She is also its editor. Mull is also the author of "The Standard and Poor's 500" and "750 Over The-Counter Stocks," both published jointly by AFA.
Leader of British trade unions
Iranian politician and wrestler (d. 1968).
Chief of defense (Omani Armed Forces).
American football player and former halfback in National Football League. The Green Bay Packers drafted Dawson in the fourth round, 1953 NFL Draft. He played the entire season with them. He was a collegiate player at the University of Texas at Austin.
Famous birthdays on August 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Arab guerilla leader for the Palestine Liberation Organization. With an agreement for Palestinian independence, he and Israeli P.M. Yitzhak Rabin reshaped Middle East. It was signed in Washington, DC at 11.46 am EDT on September 13, 1993. Based on decades of distrust, they were once sworn enemies.
Author (Rosemary Baby. Boys From Brazil. This Perfect Day).
Canadian-American promoter and wrestler (d. 2014.)
USSR -- Discus thrower (1952 Olympics, Silver Medalist).
South African Zulu politician, leader. Inkatha Freedom Party President in 1975. South Africa's Minister of Home Affairs 1994-2004. Married once. 7 children. Time in Mercurio-3 No.12 at 9:20 AM GMT.
Ray Korc's wife / owner (McDonalds & San Diego Padres).
Hungarian politician and lawyer 54th Prime Minister of Hungary
German FR, Equestrian (1972 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
France sport Champion
English actress (Born in 1926)
American-German composer and chemist (d. 2008).
Norwegian academic and computer scientist (d. 2002).
English manager and footballer (d. 2011).
Dary Cowl is a French actor and comedian known for his work in French cinema and television.
French actor and musician. He won a César Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in 2004 for his role as a concierge in Pas sur la bouche (Not on the lips), which proved to be his last appearance.
Indian poet and academic (d.2015)
Japanese critic and author (d. 2012).
Italian Roman Catholic priest, ordained 1954; Bishop in 1977; and then Papal Ambassador for the Solomon Islands, Honduras, Nicaragua. Since 1990, he has served as the apostolic representative in Jerusalem and Palestine. He also serves in Jordan and Israel from 1991 to 1991. Cordero is also the President of the Federation of the Holy Land, and of the Sacred Congregation …
French actor and musician (Born 1925).
Bishop of Leicester
Drummer / bandleader
France sport Champion
Australian poet and journalist (d. 2010).
American lawyer and jurist (d.2013)
American basketball and baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies from 1945-1946 and a small forward/shooting center for the Sheboygan Redskins in the NBA.
English manager and footballer (d.2013)
American artist (Born in 1922)
Minister of Defence for The Netherlands, a Dutch politician and physician (d. 2012).
American screenwriter and actor
Duke of Mecklenburg, Head of the House Mecklenburg Stralitz (d. 1996).
Great Falls Military Man
Belgium sport Champion
Baron Molyneaux, Killead Northern Irish soldier/politician (d. 2015).
Famous birthdays on August 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American singer-songwriter/pianist (d. 2007).
American baseball player and coach (d.72)
British MP (Labour)
Flemish/US painter / dir Museum of Fine Physician, Boston
Isabel de Madariaga, a respected historian and scholar who was an expert in Russian studies, was highly respected. Salvador de Madariaga was her father, the ambassador and representative of Spain to France and the League of Nations. Constance (nA(c),e Archibald, was his Scottish wife.
Dutch politician, economist and Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs.
Physician / British MP (Labour)
Italian actor who has been acting in films, television and theatre since 1938. Between 1938 and 1991, he appeared in 64 films.
American baseball coach and manager (d. 1986).
American entertainer. A zestful, boisterous comedian from America with a large, elastic mouth and crazy antics.
American actor, leading man in many Hollywood action movies and westerns. Montgomery was one of 14 children born to a Russian immigrant farm worker. He attended the Univ. Montana, where she studied interior decorating and competed in heavyweight boxing.
Butte, Montana -- Actress (Martha Raye Show)
France Military man
An English engineer designed the Range Rover (d. 1991).
Jr. American physicist, academic Nobel Prize laureate (d.2011)
Italy Military man
Heller economist (Old Myths & New Realities).
Nobel Prize winner for American physicist
American astrophysicist and astronomer who taught at University of Chicago between 1943 and 1970. He was a research astronomer and co-authored "Photometric Atlas of Stellar Spectra" (1946). In 1955, he became a full professor of Astronomy. He was awarded a PhD in 1942. He already had his B.S. in Astrophysics. He also holds a M.S.
Editor / writer
German actress and musician, the majority of whose roles on stage were played at the Ohnsorg-Theater Hamburg, many in Low German.
American Lieutenant General, sixth superintendent at the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Russian-German wife of Claus von Stauffenberg (d. 2006)
He was a Scottish philosopher, theologian, professor of philosophy & divinity, and author. His death occurred on March 2, 1994.
British vice Admiral
Valmanya Military man
Mexican writer and socialite (d. 1980).
German poet, psychotherapist, and educator. Her most notable accomplishment is the creation of the method for learning in groups, called theme-centered interaction (TCI). She is the founder of Workshop Institute for Living Learning (WILL), now known as Ruth Cohn Institute for TCI.
English actress, singer, and dancer (d. 2005).
Nurse / communist
French midwife and mother to Lionel Jospin was she decided the day of her passing.
Born in what is now Macedonia, a nun and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979. Through her service of universal love as a nun and missionary, she devoted her life to the poor and sick. She decided to be a nun on 9/25/1928 and took the name of Teresa on 5/24/1931.
Albanian-born humanitarian and missionary, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize (Born in 1910).
Famous birthdays on August 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
American clarinet player and saxophonist (d. 1959).
Belgian road cycling racer. He won the Tour de France twice, once in France (in 1936 and 39) and once in Paris-Roubaix.
Belgian cyclist (d. 1966).
Popular Costa Rican politician, lawyer, and congressman. A huge figure in Costa Rica's history. His most notable achievements include being a popular leader and one of the key managers and enactors for Social Guarantees (1943), the Labour Code (1943), etc. and also as the founder of the Popular Vanguard Party.
French sculptor who died in Saint-Michel-en-l'Herm on 26 April 2003.
US jazz saxophonist
French racing driver, who took part in one World Championship Formula One race. This was in 1950, the year it began. He died 28 February 2001.
Belgium sport Champion
(Rep-D-Illinois, 1949-62, 65- )
American politician. He was the 36th President of the United States. He was also a vice president who assumed control after the assassination of Kennedy in Dallas, Texas on 23 November 1963. For his second term, he won a decisive victory over Barry Goldwater in 1964. Johnson declared the "Great Society" program in order to end poverty and racism throughout …
Australian cricketer and manager (d.2001)
At 64, a football coach (Notre Dame) dies.
France Military man
American serial killer (Born in 1906)
American homicidal maniac. He was the son of an overbearing mom who prohibited her son from showing any interest in women. He worked on the family farm in Plainfield, WI, where he grew. He became more isolated after his brother and mom died in the same year. He closed off the room of his mother and began to wear her …
German Nazi BrigadefA 1/4 hrer, (Brigadier General in the Waffen-SS) and a commander for 2. SS-Division Das Reich.
Leader of the Greek Guerrilla Resistance (Born 1905).
France sport Champion
CEO (Board of Inland Revenue).
J.H. was founded by American diplomat and publisher, J.H. Whitney & Company (d.82)
English author (d. 1983)
American financier (d. 1982).
Estonian architect (d. 1963)
Mexican poet (Nocturno de los Angeles)
Newark, New Jersey -- Actor (Ritz Brothers, Hi Ya Chum)
NYC, New York -- Actor. (Belle of the Nineties Identity Unknown).
Danish ballerina, who was also the first ineuse of Royal Danish Ballet. She was the daughter of an unskilled laborer and she was married to a Copenhagen doctor. Max Reinhardt was one of her many admirers. After returning from ballet studies in Paris, France and the United States, Lassen was ranked number one in Danish ballet. Michel Fokine was her …