List of celebrities and famous people who were born on August 30th
Famous birthdays on August 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102012
American family of note, Tori Spelling's second and fourth children.
Famous birthdays on August 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002003
American composer and pianist for children
Famous birthdays on August 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901997
Netherlands homicide victim. His dismembered body found in the waters near Nulde beach on 8/27/2001. The head and limbs of the victim were missing. Three days later fishermen discovered the head, which was more than 100 miles from the shore. DNA testing confirmed that it was the same girl. A face that was previously made public by experts in forensics …
South Korean actress and singer (4Minutes)
Lithuanian volleyball player
Nigerian footballer (d. 2014)
American tennis player
Famous birthdays on August 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
World Music Singer
Latvian tennis player
Estonian singer (Suntribe)
American professional gamer
English singer-songwriter "Roll Deep"
American guitarist (Panic! Disco
New Zealand All Black rugby player
Chinese canoe racer
American tennis player.
American multiple homicide. He was expelled from school on 21 May 1998 for having a handgun. He killed his parents the next day before he went to school, where he killed two other students and injured 25.
Driver of a race car in Australia
American baseball player
Puerto Rican-American actor
American football player
Singer and actress Filipina-American actress
Famous birthdays on August 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Argentine tennis player
Actress and singer from Hong Kong
Actress and singer from Hong Kong
English actor and singer-songwriter
Argentinian tennis player
Canadian baseball player
Figure skater and ice dancer from Ireland for the Olympic Games
American baseball player
American rapper and record producer
American-Dominican hurdler and runner
American baseball player
Miss Ukraine Universe (1997)
Tunisian coach and footballer
American football player and nose guard for the Wisconsin Badgers. He was charged with drug offenses and dealing cocaine.
American singer and lead vocalist of LFO's boy band, the group's biggest hit, "Summer Girls", was released in 1999. In 2002, the group was disbanded. He was diagnosed with leukemia in 2005.
American producer and guitarist (Reel Big Fish, The Scholars and the Forces of Evil).
Heavy metal rocker (cousin to Jon Bon Jovi).
Ling, an American journalist and television personality, was co-host of "The View", a popular daytime talk show that featured Meredith Vieira and Star Jones. In 1999, Ling joined "The View", and in October 2003 she became the host of National Geographic Ultimate Explorer. This TV series is National Geographic's flagship.
Offensive tackle (Chicago Bears).
American publisher and illustrator
American actress, producer and former fashion model. In the 1990s, she rose to stardom with roles in The Mask (1994), My Best Friend's Wedding(1997) and There's Something About Mary(1998). She is also well-known for her role as Princess Fiona in Shrek (2001aEUR")10. Other notable credits include Charlie's Angels (2001) and its sequel Charlie's Angels Full Throttle (2006), Knight and Day …
WLAF OL (Amsterdam Admirals)
CFL linebacker (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)
NFL Guard (Washington Redskins).
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Rancid Lars Frederiksen, the Bastards, and UK Subs).
Brooklyn, New York -- The team handball center is back (1996 Olympics).
NFL / WLAF linebacker (Miami Dolphins, Rhein Fire)
Italian rugby player and coach
Malaysian-Chinese singer-songwriter (Michael & Victor)
Famous birthdays on August 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
French journalist and television host on France 2 national TV channel.
Greek composer and pianist
Sverdlovsk, Russia -- NHL defenseman (Montreal Canadiens)
English critic and author
Dutch actress and model
New Zealand's pro sailor placed with a Silver Medal at the Atlanta Olympics in a sailing competition 7/20/1996.
New Zealand cricketer
Auckland, New Zealand -- Mistral yachter (1992, 96 Olympics - Gold / Silver Medals)
An Italian man who made headlines when it was reported by Italian news agencies that he had attacked Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi during a Milan rally on December 13, 2009. Tartaglia was identified by someone who had been in mental health treatment for 10 years.
Netherlands -- Model (Victoria Secrets).
Hockey forward (Team Austria 1998)
CFL tackle (Saskatchewan Roughriders).
French President and founder of Wine and Business Club. He is also the author of aEURoeIls vomt tuerle vin franASSaisaEUR and aEURoeINVINO BFMaEUR, a weekly radio program dedicated to wine.
English academic and historian
English designer and engineer
Chicago, Illinois -- Playmate (January, 1985)
NFL receiver (New York Giants).
NFL fullback (Seattle Seahawks).
American actor and star of "The Shield," a TV drama about police. He won an Emmy in 2002 for Best Lead Actor In a Drama Series. Also, in January 2003, he received a Golden Globe award for Best Actor In a Drama Series. In 1986, he graduated from Boston University College of Fine Arts. His muscular physique and shaven hair …
French fashion designer. She knew her dream job from the age of eight, when she designed her first gown. Her first collection was shown in London in 1986. In 1990, she was named the designer of the Year.
English producer and DJ (Elementfour Planet Perfecto, Electra).
American television news analyst, host of his cable TV show "State of the Union", on CNN since January 2009.
Canadian-American singer-songwriter/bass player (Gwar X–Cops Death Piggy, Dave Brockie Experience). (d. 2014).
NFL wide receiver (Miami Dolphins).
French official, Chief Curator at the Decorative Arts Department in the Louvre Museum.
Officer of the Russian KGB (d. 2006).
English politician and businessman
Quebec comedian, TV host, and producer
Canadian comedian and producer
Los Angeles, California -- Nike Golfer (1994 NIKE Tennessee Open)
Medal of Honor winner American sergeant (d. 1993).
Famous birthdays on August 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
French radio host and TV host, journalist, presenter of "C Dans l'air", France 5's national channel.
Italian actor, voice actor and director of dubbing, director, and TV presenter.
Scottish actress, journalist, ex-illustrator, and graduate of Glasgow School of Art. Gray, a witty and quick-tempered TV presenter, was also a member the rock band "The Family Von Trapp". She won an audition in 1982 to host "The Tube", a pop series. In 1989, she founded her own production company.
American basketball coach and sportscaster
Russian activist and journalist (d. 2006).
Belgian trap shooter, who won a Bronze Medal at the Seoul Olympics 1988. He was ranked 49th in one event at the Atlanta Olympics in August 1996 and 22nd in double trap.
English TV hosts (Live at 3)
American politician. He was the Republican Illinois State Senate member from 1993 to 2007. He was a State Senator and a member of a group that challenged the leadership of Illinois Republican Party. They were known as the "Fab Five". He was elected to the Senate Republican Leadership team as Assistant Republican Leader in 2003.
American screenwriter and producer of actor actors
American family of note, Hugh Hefner's son with Mildred, his first wife. His mother and step-dad raised him, as she had remarried in 1960. He eventually became a computer programmer at Los Angeles, CA.
rocker (Swing Out Sister, "Swing Out")
French Catholic priest, Bishop of Perpignan from 18 October 2014.
Indian politician and lawyer Indian Minister of Communications and IT
Belarusian politician and marshal 1st President of Belarus
Actor (Love Mary and Mr Saturday Night).
Dutch postage stamp designer (1991 children stamp)
NBA center (Boston Celtics, Charlotte Hornets)
Polish screenwriter and producer of director films
English bass player (The Specials and General Public).
American politician and businessman
French chairman of the Action Direct Terror Group suspected of assassinating Georges Benes 11/17/1986. He was sentenced to life imprisonment in 1989 and has been semi-free since 2011.
Brazilian professional flutist, he is also a pro-astrologer and studies and practices Hindu Astrology. He is the president of Astrologer's Syndicate of Rio de Janeiro.
American Astrologer, Author, Lecturer, and Teacher. "Born To Be Together": Astrology, Love Relationships and the Soul, 1998.
English educator and composer
American actor. He is the oldest of his four brothers. After impressive TV credits, he was the rising star and juvenile lead of the early 1970s. His films include "Johnny Got His Gun", 1971, "The Last Picture Show" 1973 and "The Paper Chase," 1973.
Lithuanian politician is 11th Prime Minister of Lithuania
Singer and politician from the English-Irish community
English sculptor and academic
Famous birthdays on August 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Romania-born German singer-songwriter
American comedian and actor (Born 1949).
American banker and financier (d. 2001).
Canadian politician and public servant 2nd Canadian Minister of International Cooperation
Leader of the American Black Panther Party (d. 1969).
Radio host and English journalist
Russian psychiatrist, psychologist, and academic
Irish poker player and swimmer
American promoter, public representative, and minor columnist for the Hollywood Gazette. His nightclub act was his former venture.
New York, USA. Actress (Julie Mod Squad, Twin Peaks).
Canadian diplomat and lawyer, Canadian Ambassador to United Nations
American actress. She is the archetypal hippie, with long shiny hair and hip attire. She was the female part of the TV series trio "Mod Squad", which ran from September 1968 to August 1973. After a long hiatus she was back on TV with "Twin Peaks", April 1990 to June 1991.
He is regarded as the most prominent European cartoonist of his generation, with over 30 graphic novels.
Queen consort of Greece (the Hellenes) as the wife of King Constantine II, who reigned from 1964 until 1973.
Professional astrologist in Switzerland, Bern. He was originally a typographer. Alfred Fankhauser introduced him to astrology and he has been a consultant astrologer since 1972. He also teaches Feng Shui since 1999. Jakubowitz published published several books.
American journalist and liberal political commentator. He is well-known for his satire on Texan culture and politicians.
American baseball player and father to Tim McGraw (Born 1944).
Journalist and academic English economist
Chicago, Illinois -- Rocker (American Breed)
Dutch comedian Neerlands Hoop
United States -- Cartoonist (Father Time, Fritz Cat)
American composer and academic
English sculptor and academic
French skier and entrepreneur. He was the second man to win the Triple Sweep in Alpine men's skiing at the Winter Olympics in Grenoble in 1968. Killy won the gold medals in downhill, giant slalom, and slalom. He also focused on speed and style and helped to create modern racing that revolutionized the sport.
American beauty black singer, born to a doctor, began singing at the age of five. At the age of 15, she made her debut on Art Linkletter. She made her debut on the Art Linkletter show at age 15.
American-Israeli basketball coach and player
British politician and Member of Parliament, who was elected at the General Election on 6/11/1987. He was a respected politician and was appointed Chief Secretary to Treasury. However, the Guardian publications made allegations that he had traveled down a dark path of deceit, perversion, concealment, and perjury. He responded by filing a defamation lawsuit and fighting for 3 1/2 years …
Liverpool, England -- Singer / Rock guitarist (Searchers).
Italian race car driver (d. 1971)
American essayist, politician, actor
Famous birthdays on August 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
French TV journalist and science reporter, seen on information channels and science specials.
English radio producer and host (d. 2004).
French Catholic clergyman, Bishop Emeritus de Verdun since 2014.
American actress, she was young, beautiful, and intense when she played her first stage role in 1961-62's "Take Her, She's Mine" for which she received a Tony. She starred in the 1963 comedy "Barefoot in the Park" and made her screen debut the next year in "The Carpetbaggers." She resigned from public life in the early 1970s after two more …
Australian judge and lawyer 11th Chief Justice Australia
New York, USA. Newscaster (Monitor).
New Zealand-born race-car champion in Canada and America 1967 and 1969; winner, 1959, of the first U.S. Grand Prix; winner, 1966 Le Mans 24-Hours (with Amon); winner, 1967 Sebring 12-Hours (with Andretti).
French politician, member the Rally for the Republic party. (French pronunciation: Rassemblement pour la RA[c]publique; RPR). From 7 November 1995 to 2 Juni 1997, he was Minister of Posts, Telegraphs, and Telephones under the government of Prime Minster Alain JuppA (c). He was also a member the National Assembly between 1986 and 2002. He was also the President of the …
American Church of Religious Science priest. She was a redhead and married twice with five children.
English academic and scholar
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (The Mamas & the Papas), (d. 2001).
France sport Champion
Indian cricketer (d.2005)
Dutch actor (Drop Out Family, Flanagan).
Canadian football player and politician, 11th Premier of Alberta
French businesswoman and former chair of Miss France and Miss Europe boards.
American astronaut, politician, and Congressman.
Denver, Colorado -- Astronaut (Apollo 13)
Hartford, Connecticut: 1st black mayor
Colorado, USA; American astronaut (Apollo 13) (dies 1982).
American astronaut (Born 1931).
American accountant and CEO at Berkshire Hathaway. After studying finance accounting in college, Buffett earned a BS in Economics and a MS in Economics. Buffett is known for being an expert investor. His net worth grew by 44.4% between 1989 and 2001. He is now one of the nation's wealthiest men.
Brazilian football player (Born 1930).
New Zealand basketball and cricket player (d. 1981).
French ecclesiastic and Roman Catholic Cardinal. He is also the President of the Pontifical Council for Culture. On December 18, 1954, he was ordained as a priest and spent five years teaching and writing. Pope Pius XII enthroned him in 1959 to the Office of Secretariat of State. Pope John XXIII appointed Poupard Rector of the Catholic Institute of Paris, …
United States -- Author (The Midas Touch).
Famous birthdays on August 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
English mountaineer and TV host (d. 2014).
French painter-sculptor (d. 2001).
American pro-wrestling manager (Born 1929).
Iowa, USA; actor ("I Dream of Jeannie", Newhart).
Maryland, USA; music director (Johnny Mann stand up and cheer).
Dr Ruth is a sex therapist
Canadian producer and director (d. 1989).
German crop scientist who taught at the University of Kiel from 1969 to 1992. His research was centered on the ecophysiology and yield formation in agricultural crops plants, with a special focus on root growth. He passed away on July 13, 2010.
Duchess of Norfolk (d.2013)
Dutch composer and organist
Louisiana, United States -- Dress designer (8 Coty Awards)
The D.A.R.E. was created by an American police officer. Program (d.2010)
German actor, writer and director of television. He was buried in Anterskofen (Bavaria) on May 7, 1994.
French Catholic priest, Bishop of Aire and Dax 1978-2002
French illustrator and author
Flemish actor (Daens/Medea).
American actor (d.2013)
French illustrator and author, best known for his continuation of the Babar the Elephant series, which was created by Jean de Brunhoff, his father.
American fashion designer (d. 2004)
American singer-songwriter and musician (d. 1972).
Hungarian engineer and chemist (d. 1988).
American Olympic swimmer and athlete. He won silver for 200m breaststroke at 1948 Olympics.
French ballet teacher, dancer and master of ballet, who was a member since 1940 of the Paris Opera Comique. In 1950, he was the principal dancer. He then started to freelance with various companies. Bon was the Ballet Master in Amsterdam in 1961, and the Assistant at Vienna State Opera between 1963-1965. He has been a teacher in Paris and …
French actor and humourist, Jean Le Gall is well-known for his portrayal of Jean Le Gall in Mon Oncle d'AmA(c).
American Evangelical Christian Missionary (d. 1956).
Austria -- Composer (Glove).
United States -- Doubles tennis player in mixed doubles (Wimbeld 1953-56)
British doctor, founder of paediatrics rheumatology (d.2001).
NYC, New York -- Mezzo-soprano (Sieglinde-Bayreuth)
Australian politician and jurist 22nd Attorney General of Australia (d. 1986).
Flemish poet / writer (Rose From Mud).
Famous birthdays on August 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American country-western singer who was so popular during the decade between the 1950s and the early 1970s, she was called "The Queen of Country Music".
German manager and director (d.2010)
American baseball player. He played professional baseball starting in 1937. However, he was wounded five years ago while serving as a Marine pilot. He was again voted the Most Valuable Player in 1946, 1949 and 1949 when he returned to the Boston Red Sox. He was named Manager of the Year in 1969 with the Washington Senators, two decades later. …
American baseball player (d.2006)
San Diego sports champions
English soldier and politician, Chancellor of Exchequer (d.2015)
Grand Duke of Russia, presumer to the Russian throne (d. 1992).
France Military man
Grand Duke Vladimir Kirillovich of Russia (d. 1992)
Pakistani-Indian songwriter (d. 1968)
Reformed vicar (Arnhem)
American composer, conductor, and educator (d. 2003).
Duchess of Halland (d. 2013)
French historian, major Assyriologist, and renowned expert on Ancient Near East.
Denver, Colorado -- Actress (My Hero, Northern Pursuit, Threat)
Actor/director / producer (Cry of the Children).
Nobel Prize laureate in Statistics and Economics (English)
New Zealand-English captain (d. 2011)
US physicist (Nobel 1952)
New Zealand-born British World War II Secret Agent
American physicist, academic Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1997)
South African RAF Officer and Prisoner of War (d. 1944).
Abhishiktananda was a French monk who moved to India in 1948 to seek a more radical spiritual life. He adopted sannyasa according to Indian tradition and became a pioneer in Hindu-Christian dialogue. Numerous contacts with notable saints like Sri Ramana Maharshi and Sri Gnananda Giri, as well as Sri H.W.L. Poonja, led him into profound advaitic experiences as well as …
Dutch actor / writer of children books (Battle of the Sexes).
Famous birthdays on August 30th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
NYC, New York -- Actress. (Real McCoys. Here Come the Brides).
American illustrator and author (d. 1968).
Actor (My Three Sons), died from pneumonia at 83
Actress in Italian films who appeared in 66 films from 1929 to 1965.
New Orleans, Louisiana -- Singer (Sugar Hill Times)
Argentinian illustrator and author (d. 1996)
French businessman and owner of Cristal d'Arques glassware brand, founded in 1968.
American actress. The brassy, but kind-hearted, heroine in many comedies, musicals and stage productions. When she was three years old, her parents were vaudevillians and put her on the stage. She was a four-time traveler with her family, and she traveled the globe four times. She was fresh off a Broadway success and made it to Hollywood in 1930. She …
Biographer / historian
Belgium sport Champion
Germany Military man
His two books on Italian heresy are the most important works of an Italian historian. They are "Italian Heretics of 16 Century" (1939) and "Perspectives On the History of Heretics Since AD 500," (60). His research suggests that ecclesiastical histories should be considered part of a larger cultural and social history. His writings also included works about the Humorists and …
Indian author (d. 1981)
At 80 years old, long-serving executive director of NAACP dies.
American journalist and author (d. 70)
French writer, film director/producer.
US Minister (Lutheran World Relief).