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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on August 31st

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on August 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010

  • From 37 AD to 41 AD, Roman emperor. Caligula belonged to the house of rulers, commonly known as the Julio Claudian Dynasty. Caligula's father Germanicus was the adopted nephew of Emperor Tiberius and a highly successful general. He is also one of Rome's most loved public figures. While accompanying his father during his campaigns in Ger, the young Gaius was …

  • American child of well-known parents. His mother is actress Alyssa Mignotto and his father is David Bugliari.

1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on August 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on August 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • American alpine skier. He was the first American to win three titles in the same World Championship (Schladming 2013, Jean-Claude Killy) and the first American to win the giant slalom (3 times, 2011-13-15). He also won the gold medal in the giant alpine slalom at Sochi 2014 Olympics (silver Missilier, bronze Pinturault).

  • American Ice Hockey Player

  • Estonian swimmer

  • South African golfer

  • French cross-country skier, and non-commissioned officer. He has been competing since 2002. He competed in three Winter Olympics and won France's first ever Winter Olympic Cross Country Ski medal. He also took home a silver in Turin's individual sprint event in 2006.

  • American football player

  • Serbian footballer


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on August 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on August 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Actor and doctor from Australia

  • NBA forward / center (NY Knicks).

  • Pitcher (Boston Red Sox).

  • Referee and cricketer from India

  • French alpine skier

  • Los Angeles, California -- Tennis star (1994 Futures - Evansville)

  • Oak Wheat Ridge, Tennessee -- Basketball Guard (1996 Olympics – Gold Medalist).

  • Nauruan politician, and Australian football player

  • Oakland, California -- Infielder (Boston Red Sox).

  • Norwegian alpine skier

  • French tennis player, who reached the quarterfinals of the French Open in 1990 and Wimbledon 1991. He reached the World No. 1 singles ranking, a record for his career. He ranked 44 in the 1991 men's ATP rankings.


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on August 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • French billionaire and businesswoman, she was the head of the French MEDEF employer's union from 5/7/2005 to 3/7/2013. She is also the director of the IFOP polling institute. After inheriting the Parisot group, the first French furnishing retailer group, she became the 276th richest French person. She is single and does not have children.

  • American politician and lawyer (d. 2013).

  • Tennessee, USA; actress (Doralee Rhodes - 9 to 5)

  • Canadian ice hockey coach and player

  • Rocker (DeFranco Family)

  • An ex-player in French international rugby union, he was born to a Basque mother and a Venezuelan father. He was a Biarritz Olympic team member and is known as one of the greatest fullbacks.

  • English bishop

  • Blue Island, Illinois -- PhD / Astronaut (STS 73 alt)

  • American professional baseball pitcher. He received a business degree at St. Mary's College in California. He was signed by Victoria as an independent free agent on 7/17/1979. He signed with the Kansas City Royals on 1/05/1980. He was then placed on the invalid list in June 1980 and later transferred to the Milwaukee Brewers on 12/09/1980. Candiotti played for the …

  • English singer-songwriter/guitarist (Squeeze and Difford & Tilbrook).

  • Irish sportscaster and footballer

  • American singer-songwriter and actress (The Go-Go's and Edie and the Eggs).

  • American hurdler known as the greatest 400-meter hurdler in track history. He was awarded Olympic Gold Medals in 1976, 1984, and 1978. In addition to winning 122 races consecutively between 1977 and 1987, he also won a Bonze Medal and an Olympic Gold Medal. Long jumper Carl Lewis and Moses are the most highly paid track athletes in the country.

  • Scottish academic and lawyer

  • English saxophonist, bass player (The Waterboys & The Saw Doctors).

  • Polish actor

  • American investigative journalist and award-winning investigator who discovered a CIA connection to cocaine trafficking in 1980s Iran-Contra case in 1996.

  • Marcia Clark

    American lawyer who rose to prominence as the O.J.'s prosecutor attorney. Simpson case.

  • Hungarian author

  • Argentine racing driver

  • Russian engineer and astronaut

  • American journalist and author, adopted at birth. On her 21st Birthday, her adoptive parents gave her the name of her biological mother. She decided to find her biological parents. Her search for her birth parents led her to write several hundred articles. "Together Again," a book about the reunion of adopted children and their biological parents, is her first book. …

  • French journalist and editorial director of Le Monde newspaper. He was accused of wire-tapping activities by the A%0lysA (c)e. The A%0lysA (c)e in France is similar to the White House in America. Plenel quit Le Monde in November 2004 and is now editor-in-chief at Mediapart, an internet-based subscription magazine he started in 2008. His journal indicted JA(c.rA'me Cahuzac as a …

  • Italian comedian, actor, TV host, and singer.

  • Heavy metal rocker (Scorpions, "No One Like You")

  • German politician

  • American viola player and educator


1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on August 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • Richard Gere

    American actor. He is known for his good looks, gentle devotion to Buddhism and his love of the Dalai Lama. He was 52 years old, and his wavy silver hair and granny sunglasses were a part of the People magazine's "sexiest men alive" list. His films include "American Gigolo", "An Officer and a Gentleman", and "Pretty Woman."

  • American football player and head coach of New York Giants. Fassel was the NFL Coach of Year 1997.

  • Rocker (Firefall)

  • Pennsylvania, USA; actor ("Breathless Cotton Club, Pretty Woman")

  • German singer and guitarist (Scorpions).

  • Austrian journalist and race car driver (d. 1982).

  • American basketball player, who played seven seasons for the Chicago Bulls. He also played for the New York Knicks, Detroit Pistons, and the New Jersey Nets. After being drafted by the Chicago Bulls in 1971, he began his professional basketball career. He retired from pro basketball after the 1977-1978 season. He was a respected college player and played in three …

  • German manager and footballer

  • English screenwriter and producer of director producers

  • Italian television host. Her career started in 1982 when she hosted the Raidue show "Vediamoci sul Due". She was followed by "Pane e marmellata", which featured Fabrizio Frizzi. They separated in 1998.

  • Japanese illustrator and author

  • 26th Prime Minister of Thailand: Thai politician and lawyer

  • Italian businessman

  • Irish singer, songwriter and musician. Morrison was the original lead singer of "Them", 1964-1967. He is one of the most influential and innovative artists in pop music history, with a career that spanned three decades.

  • American singer, guitarist and songwriter who was with Fleetwood Mac between April 1971 and December 1974.

  • Itzhak Perlman

    Israeli-American violinist and conductor. A child prodigy. Perlman's career has taken him to many places, including the United States, where he has performed at venues such as the White House State Dinner honoring Queen Elizabeth and the Presidential Inauguration. He has also conducted the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Westchester Philharmonic, and other performances.

  • French priest and archbishop at Reims. Thierry Jordan was the son of Pierre Jordan, a financier, and Henriette Jordan (born Roquebert).

  • Jim Byrnes

    American film writer and producer of "Gunsmoke," a long-running TV series. His credits include "How The West Was Won", "The Gambler," (1 & 2), and "Shadow Riders," miniseries "The Sacketts," as well as the movie "Miracle in the Wilderness."

  • French General Counsel and magistrate. He was a French magistrate who served justice for nearly forty years. He is best known for his role as the Court of Assize at the Paris Court of Appeal. He is also the author of many books.


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on August 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • Russian journalist and author (d. 2014.)

  • French homicide: convicted of murder in France and executed at the guillotine in Paris, 26 July 1960 at 04:06 a.m.

  • Educator (West Side Preparatory School)

  • British-American warlock, who along with Rosemary, opened Buckland Museum of Witchcraft and Magick, Long Island, NY. They immigrated to the U.S. in 1962. His book, "Wicca": Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft (Llewellyn), is a richly illustrated self-study guide for individuals or groups. It provides a comprehensive resource for modern, non-denominational Wicca. It includes the history, rites, rituals, meditations, and mechanics.

  • Actress (Rich Man Poor Man) dies at 74

  • Greek singer and actor

  • French actor, a member of the ComA(c)die-FranASSaise, known for his roles in "Corsaires et Flibustiers" (1966) and the TV series "Le Chevalier de Maison-Rouge" (1963).

  • British actor and entertainer. He has been in the show business since 1953, mostly on television. He was a friendlier and more straightforward person who had his own television show, the "The Roy Castle Show", which he hosted since 1961. He was an actor, singer, dancer and instrumentalist. His dedication and sense of humor were highly admired. He created the …

  • A top Canadian columnist, this Canadian writer is both funny and cynical. Although his readers may love or loathe his work, he is too knowledgeable to be ignored. He is brilliantly witty and draws a fine line between power and influence.

  • American lightning victim. He was struck while playing golf in Ballwin, Missouri, at 13:58 on the 28th September 1974. He had been in a coma over a month before he died in Creve-Coeur (Missouri) at 16:25 on the 2nd November 1974.

  • American actor, best known for his role in the TV series Walker, Texas Ranger (1993-1999). Parker in the TV series Walker, Texas Ranger (1993-1999).

  • Canadian ice hockey player (d. 2014.)

  • French clergyman, Bishop of Mende 1983-1989, then Archbishopof Albi 1989-1999.

  • Canadian professional ice hockey player. He played part of 20 seasons for the National Hockey League (NHL) Montreal Canadiens between 1950 and 1971. "Le Gros Bill" (c)liveau was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on February 12, 1972. He is one of the top ten NHL players. BA(c)liveau was a professional hockey player in the Quebec Major Hockey League. …


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on August 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • James Coburn

    American actor, 6'2", slim and relaxed, with a variety of roles, from cowboy to master spy. He matured into a sophisticated comedian as well as an elegant, rakishly tough character. He studied acting in New York's Adler's School and at USC. He made his screen debut in 1959's "Ride Lonesome" and was then able to attract attention as the knife-throwing …

  • Filipino Cardinal Archbishop, Manila, prominent leader during People Power Revolution (Born 1928).

  • Writer / art dealer

  • Brazilian journalist, writer, lecturer, and translator. He passed away on May 29, 2005.

  • Venturi mask was invented by an English-Canadian academic and physician (d. 2004).

  • French screenwriter, actor, producer, and film director. His work includes "Under Satan's Sun", "To Our Loves," and "Police".

  • English comedian and TV presenter, who was most well-known in the 1970s and 1980s. His most notable achievements include hosting "The Generation Game", a BBC series that was popular, and his high-camp and English music hall humor.

  • British comedian, Generation Game

  • Polish/Norwegian actress/author


1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on August 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • French painter, artist, etcher, and designer. He is a painter and etcher of religious and secular images.

  • Indian poet and author (d.2005)

  • French politician who died in Paris on June 13, 1984.

  • American basketball coach and player (d. 2008).

  • Officer in the Philippine Navy. Commodore Ramon A. Alcaraz served as an officer in the Philippine Navy during World War II. He was a member of the Philippine Military Academy's 1st graduating Class (4-year curriculum). After graduation, he joined the Offshore Patrol, the predecessor to the Philippine Navy. After the Fall of Bataan, he was imprisoned in Malolos POW Camp …

  • Richard Basehart

    American stage actor who made his Broadway debut in 1938. His film debut in "Cry Wolf," led to a successful and long-lasting film career that included more than 30 films. Some of those films include "Moby Dick", 1956, and "The Brothers Karamazov", 1958. He was also a part of the TV series, "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea" which …

  • French politician. He was the chief advisor to the French government on African policy and co-founder with Charles Pasqua of the Gaullist Service d'Action Civique in 1959, which specialized exclusively in covert operations in Africa.

  • English physicist, astronomer (d. 2012).

  • St Rapha?l physician

  • American cinematographer and photographer (d. 2009).

  • 1st Dutch Antillean charged with Curacao (1951-67)


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on August 31st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

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  • French Catholic clergyman, who was Bishop Emeritus of Arras (-Boulogne-Saint-Omer).

  • In 1941, Carven, a French fashion designer and founder, opened her first Paris boutique. The shop was located in the Opera building. Henry Moise Bricianer, a Jewish tailor, was employed to make the clothes. Bricianer was forced to close his shop due to anti-Jewish legislation. He lived in the same neighborhood as Carven's boutique with his wife, and their five …

  • Hungarian-French journalist, political scientist (d.2008)

  • William Saroyan

    American author of short stories, novels, and plays. He gained immediate fame with a short story in 1934. He published "Love, Here Is My Hat", a collection of short stories, in 1938, and wrote "The Time Of Your Life" in 1940. He also wrote "The Human Comedy", a novel in 1942. Saroyan was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in …

  • Canadian astrologer, who joined the AFA 10/1977 Los Angeles.

  • A politician from the Philippines who was elected third president of the Philippines in 1953. He served his entire life. He commanded a group guerrillas that fought the Japanese in western Luzon during WW II. This helped to prepare for the U.S. invasion of 1944. He was known for his honesty and reformed the army to become the Secretary of …

  • French lawyer.

  • (Rep-D-California, 1963- )

  • American editor-in-chief (New Yorker 1952-87) dies at 85.

  • Italian advocate for European federalism

  • French philosopher and musicologist (d. 1985).

  • Arthur Godfrey

    American entertainer. He was a radio announcer and singer, aviator (flyer), farmer, business executive, guitarist, and ukulele player. A true Renaissance man, he disguised his versatility as a good-spun good 'ole boy. He was nominated by TV Emmys for the Most Outstanding Kinescoped Person of 1949 and the Most Outstanding Personality in 1962, 1963.

  • French philosopher (d. 1985).

  • French diplomat, married Annemarie Schwarzenback in 1935.

  • England, United Kingdom -- Jodrell Bank was founded by Radio Astronomer

  • Hungarian politician and general Hungarian Minister for Defence (d. 1977).

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