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Celebrities born in "United States/US" (29307)

Geoffrey Lewis (*Jul 31, 1935) actor United States US
John Carmack (*Aug 20, 1970) programmer, founder of Id Software United States US
Robert Edwin Peary (*May 6, 1856) admiral, engineer, scientist, explorer United States US
Peter Facinelli (*Nov 26, 1973) actor United States US
Frank Abagnale (*Apr 27, 1948) hustler, entrepreneur, consultant from the story - Catch Me If You Can United States US
Eva Mendes (*Mar 5, 1974) actress, model United States US
Joseph McCarthy (*Nov 14, 1908) politician United States US
Gertrude Stein (*Feb 3, 1874) writer United States US
Lyle Talbot (*Feb 8, 1902) actor United States US
Andy Warhol (*Aug 6, 1928) painter, graphic artist, actor, writer, director, cinematographer United States US
Tyra Banks (*Dec 4, 1973) actress, singer, model United States US
Paris Hilton (*Feb 17, 1981) actress, singer, model United States US
John Romero (*Oct 28, 1967) game designer, programmer, co-founder of id Software United States US
Steve Austin (*Dec 18, 1964) actor, wrestler United States US
Layne Staley (*Aug 22, 1967) musician, singer and guitarist of the band Alice in Chains United States US
Eli Wallach (*Dec 7, 1915) actor United States US
Helen Wills Moody (*Oct 6, 1905) tennis player United States US
Jacoby Shaddix (*Jul 28, 1976) musician, singer of the rock band Papa Roach United States US
Irving Thalberg (*May 30, 1899) film producer, tycoon United States US
Henry Ford (*Jul 30, 1863) founder of Ford United States US
John Irving (*Mar 2, 1942) writer, scriptwriter United States US
Dudley Robert Herschbach
(*Jun 18, 1932)
chemist, Nobel Prize winner for chemistry in 1986 United States US
T. S. Eliot (*Sep 26, 1888) writer, poet United States US
Chris Isaak (*Jun 26, 1956) guitarist, singer, actor United States US
Natalie Cole (*Feb 6, 1950) singer United States US
James Hetfield (*Aug 3, 1963) singer, songwriter, guitarist, co-founder of the band Metallica United States US
Franklin C. Mars (*Sep 24, 1884) business magnate, founder of Mars, Inc. (chocolate candy) United States US
Ernest Hemingway (*Jul 21, 1899) journalist, novelist, writer United States US
Robert Bly (*Dec 23, 1926) writer, poet United States US
Dennis Ritchie (*Sep 9, 1941) physicist, programmer, creator of the C programming language, co-creator of UNIX OS United States US
Eric Douglas (*Jun 21, 1958) actor, child of celebrity United States US
Iggy Pop (*Apr 21, 1947) singer, actor United States US
Alicia Keys (*Jan 25, 1981) actress, singer, songwriter, pianist, writer, philanthropist United States US
Joel Schumacher (*Aug 29, 1939) director, actor United States US
C. J. Ramone (*Oct 8, 1965) singer, guitarist, bassist of the band The Ramones United States US
Martin Scorsese (*Nov 17, 1942) actor, director, scriptwriter, teacher United States US
Charles Manson (*Nov 12, 1934) musician, criminal, killer United States US
Andre Agassi (*Apr 29, 1970) tennis player United States US
Upton Sinclair (*Sep 20, 1878) american writer, columnist, politician United States US
Jim Reeves (*Aug 20, 1923) composer, guitarist, singer United States US
Ethan Coen (*Sep 21, 1957) director, scriptwriter United States US
Selma Blair (*Jun 23, 1972) actress United States US
Ted Kaczynski (*May 22, 1942) brilliant mathematician, anarchist, terrorist United States US
Stevie Wonder (*May 13, 1950) composer, singer United States US
Charlotte Garrigue Masaryk
(*Nov 20, 1850)
historically the first lady of the Czechoslovakia, the wife of T. G. Masaryk United States US
Susan Sontag (*Jan 16, 1933) writer, journalist United States US
Muhammad Ali (*Jan 17, 1942) boxer United States US
Mark Twain (*Nov 30, 1835) writer United States US
Hank Williams (*Sep 17, 1923) composer, guitarist, singer United States US
Ted Turner (*Nov 19, 1938) founder of CNN United States US
Oliver Hardy (*Jan 18, 1892) actor United States US
Michael Jordan (*Feb 17, 1963) basketball player United States US
Larry Page (*Mar 26, 1973) computer scientist, businessman, co-founder of Google Inc. United States US
Steven Tyler (*Mar 26, 1948) singer, actor United States US
Chuck Berry (*Oct 18, 1926) singer, guitarist United States US
Lisa Marie Presley (*Feb 1, 1968) singer United States US
Zack De La Rocha (*Jan 12, 1970) activist, singer of Rage Against the Machine United States US
Debbie Harry (*Jul 1, 1945) actress, singer United States US
Joe Biden (*Nov 20, 1942) politician, 47th vice president of the US United States US
Taylor Swift (*Dec 13, 1989) musician, singer, actress United States US
Harvey Milk (*May 22, 1930) the first openly gay politician in San Francisco United States US
Bob Dylan (*May 24, 1941) singer, musician, poet United States US
Michelle Obama (*Jan 17, 1964) United States US
Sheryl Crow (*Feb 11, 1962) musician, singer United States US
Ronnie James Dio (*Jul 10, 1942) bassist, singer United States US
James Bryan (*Jan 28, 1926) car racer United States US
Steven Spielberg (*Dec 18, 1946) actor, director, scriptwriter United States US
Louise Hay (*Oct 8, 1926) writer, American motivational author, founder of Hay House United States US
Martha Gellhorn (*Nov 8, 1908) journalist United States US
Leonard Bernstein (*Aug 25, 1918) composer, actor, scriptwriter United States US
Nina Simone (*Feb 21, 1933) singer United States US
Oliver Stone (*Sep 15, 1946) actor, director, scriptwriter United States US
Mike Tyson (*Jun 30, 1966) boxer United States US
Akon (*Apr 16, 1973) singer United States US
Demi Lovato (*Aug 20, 1992) musician, singer, actress United States US
B-Real (*Jun 2, 1970) singer, rapper, founder of Cypress Hill United States US
Matt Groening (*Feb 15, 1954) cartoonist, writer, animator, voice actor, creator of the TV series The Simpsons and Futurama United States US
Lee Radziwill (*Mar 3, 1933) actress, designer United States US
Barack Obama (*Aug 4, 1961) 44th President of the United States United States US
Charles Lewis Tiffany
(*Feb 15, 1812)
founder of the luxury home of Tiffany's United States US
Howard Sasportas (*Apr 12, 1948) astrologer United States US
Fergie (*Mar 27, 1975) singer, actress, model, fashion designer United States US
Verne Troyer (*Jan 1, 1969) actor, comedian, artist, stunt performer, one of the shortest men in the world United States US
Robert Moog (*May 23, 1934) Moog synthesizer inventor, pioneer of electronic music United States US
Mr. Pete (*Jan 30, 1980) actor, director United States US
Carl Sagan (*Nov 9, 1934) writer, actor, scriptwriter United States US
Michael Bay (*Feb 17, 1965) director, actor United States US
Kanye West (*Jun 8, 1977) singer United States US
Ray LaMontagne (*Jun 18, 1973) singer United States US
Dwight D. Eisenhower (*Oct 14, 1890) 34th President of the United States, general United States US
Ted Bundy (*Nov 24, 1946) serial killer, psychologist United States US
Natashya Hawley (*Sep 5, 2000) singer, child of celebrity United States US
Thomas Shanks (*Apr 9, 1942) mathematic, programmer, timezone atlas researcher United States US
Zelda Fitzgerald (*Jul 24, 1900) writer United States US
Jennifer Garner (*Apr 17, 1972) actress, director United States US
Danny Elfman (*May 29, 1953) composer United States US
Neale Donald Walsch (*Sep 10, 1943) writer, spiritualist, author of Conversations with God United States US
Peter Dinklage (*Jun 11, 1969) actor United States US
Jack Dorsey (*Nov 19, 1976) omputer programmer, entrepreneur, co-founder and CEO of Twitter United States US
Christina Aguilera (*Dec 18, 1980) actress, singer United States US
Theodore Roosevelt (*Oct 27, 1858) 26rd President of the United States, writer, scientist United States US
Amy Lee (*Dec 13, 1981) singer United States US
Lana Wachowski (*Jun 21, 1965) actor/actress, director, transgender male->female United States US
The Rock - Dwayne Johnson
(*May 2, 1972)
actor, wrestler United States US
Al Gore (*Mar 31, 1948) politician, 45th Vice President of the United States United States US
Tennessee Williams (*Mar 26, 1911) writer, poet United States US
Stan Lee (*Dec 28, 1922) comic book writer, scriptwriter, actor, editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics United States US
Teal Swan (*Jun 16, 1984) Spiritual Catalyst, Healer, Author United States US
Owen Chamberlain (*Jul 10, 1920) physicist United States US
Joseph Allen (*Jun 27, 1937) NASA astronaut from the Apollo program United States US
Mary-Kate Olsen (*Jun 13, 1986) actress, model, fashion designer, twin United States US
Ivanka Trump (*Oct 30, 1981) actress, model, businesswoman United States US
Bill Gates (*Oct 28, 1955) entrepreneur, co-founder of Microsoft United States US
Fran Drescher (*Sep 30, 1957) actress, scriptwriter, activist United States US
Ashley Olsen (*Jun 13, 1986) actress, model, fashion designer, twin United States US
Gloria Vanderbilt (*Feb 20, 1924) actress, fashion designer, artist United States US
Rosario Dawson (*May 9, 1979) actress, singer United States US
Tim Burton (*Aug 25, 1958) director, screenwriter, writer, artist, actor United States US
50 Cent (*Jul 6, 1975) singer, actor United States US
Robert McNamara (*Jun 9, 1916) Soldier, Republican politician, businessman, Secretary of Defense United States US
Katy Perry (*Oct 25, 1984) singer United States US
Philip Seymour Hoffman
(*Jul 23, 1967)
actor United States US
Walt Disney (*Dec 5, 1901) actor, director United States US
Ron Miller (*Apr 17, 1933) son-in-law of Walt Disney, CEO of Walt Disney Productions United States US
David Rockefeller Sr (*Jun 12, 1915) entrepreneur, philanthropist, heir, patriarch of the Rockefeller family United States US
Janet Jackson (*May 16, 1966) composer, singer, actress, dancer United States US
Selena Gomez (*Jul 22, 1992) singer, actress, fashion designer United States US
Joel Coen (*Nov 29, 1954) actor, director, scriptwriter United States US
Wyatt Earp (*Mar 19, 1848) American farmer, bison hunter, guardian of the law, sheriff, miner United States US
Ella Fitzgerald (*Apr 25, 1917) singer United States US
Phil Spector (*Dec 26, 1939) American record producer, musician, songwriter United States US
Joan Baez (*Jan 9, 1941) musician, singer United States US
Francis Ford Coppola (*Apr 7, 1939) director United States US
Justin Timberlake (*Jan 31, 1981) singer, actor, dancer United States US
Jim Morrison (*Dec 8, 1943) singer, writer, poet United States US
Robert Hand (*Dec 5, 1942) astrologer United States US
Mike Patton (*Jan 27, 1968) composer, singer, actor United States US
Billy the Kid (*Nov 23, 1859) United States US
Tiger Woods (*Dec 30, 1975) golfer United States US
Stephen Blackehart (*Dec 1, 1967) actor United States US
Roy Lichtenstein (*Oct 27, 1923) artist, Pop Art painter and sculptor United States US
Jessica Simpson (*Jul 10, 1980) actress, singer United States US
Richard Winters (*Jan 21, 1918) soldier, commander of E - Easy Company in the World War II United States US
William Faulkner (*Sep 25, 1897) poet, novelist United States US
Frances Bean Cobain (*Aug 18, 1992) singer, child of celebrity United States US
Ice-T (*Feb 16, 1958) actor, singer United States US
Joan London (*Jan 15, 1901) writer, daughter of writer Jack London United States US
Will. i. am (*Mar 15, 1975) composer, singer, actor, designer United States US
Brian Damage (*Feb 11, 1963) drummer United States US
Lady Gaga (*Mar 28, 1986) actress, singer, songwriter, fashion designer, songwriter, pianist United States US
H. P. Lovecraft (*Aug 20, 1890) writer United States US
Charles T. Kowal (*Nov 8, 1940) astronomer, discoverer of asteroids and centaurs Chiron United States US
Lenny Kravitz (*May 26, 1964) actor, singer United States US
Nat 'King' Cole (*Mar 17, 1919) composer, singer United States US
Edith Ewing Bouvier Beale
(*Oct 5, 1895)
amateur singer, aunt of Jacqueline Kennedy, Big Edie from the movie Grey Gardens United States US
Louie Bellson (*Jul 6, 1924) composer, drummer United States US
Noam Chomsky (*Dec 7, 1928) philosopher, cognitive scientist, linguist, social critic, logician United States US
Dean Martin (*Jun 7, 1917) actor, singer United States US
Lou Reed (*Mar 2, 1942) composer, guitarist, singer, writer, poet United States US
Thomas A. Edison (*Feb 11, 1847) inventor of the phonograph and the light bulb United States US
Joe Frazier (*Jan 12, 1944) boxer United States US
Mark David Chapman (*May 10, 1955) the murderer of John Lennon United States US
Norah Jones (*Mar 30, 1979) singer United States US
Janis Joplin (*Jan 19, 1943) musician, singer United States US
Francis Scott Fitzgerald
(*Sep 24, 1896)
scriptwriter United States US
Diane Arbus (*Mar 14, 1923) photographer United States US
Hugh Hefner (*Apr 9, 1926) founder and publisher of Playboy magazine United States US
Benji Madden (*Mar 11, 1979) guitarist, singer, twin United States US
Trent Reznor (*May 17, 1965) composer, singer, guitarist, bassist, keyboardist United States US
Daniel Webster (*Jan 18, 1782) lawyer United States US
Benjamin Franklin (*Jan 17, 1706) statesman, diplomat, scientist, writer, publisher United States US
Joel Madden (*Mar 11, 1979) singer, guitarist, twin United States US
Scatman John (*Mar 13, 1942) singer, author of Scatman (Ski Ba Bop Ba Dop Bop) United States US
John F. Kennedy (*May 29, 1917) 35th President of the United States United States US
Banu Guler (*Nov 11, 1987) app designer, businesswoman, the CEO and co-founder of Co-Star astrology app United States US
Ralph Lauren (*Oct 14, 1939) fashion designer United States US
Katherine Jackson (*May 4, 1930) mother of the king of pop Michael Jackson United States US
Woodrow Wilson (*Dec 29, 1856) 28th President of the United States United States US
Robert F. Kennedy (*Nov 20, 1925) politician, brother of JFK United States US
Douglas MacArthur (*Jan 26, 1880) general United States US
Shia LaBeouf (*Jun 11, 1986) actor, director United States US
Jimmy Wales (*Aug 7, 1966) co-founder of Wikipedia United States US
Richard Boone (*Jun 18, 1917) actor United States US
Busta Rhymes (*May 20, 1972) singer United States US
Nick Carter (*Jan 28, 1980) musician, singer, actor United States US
Lionel Richie (*Jun 20, 1949) singer United States US
Hailie Jade (*Dec 25, 1995) child of celebrity United States US
Anna Chlumsky (*Dec 3, 1980) actress United States US
John Adams (*Oct 30, 1735) 2nd President of the United States United States US
Paul Vogt (*Dec 16, 1964) actor United States US
Ben Foster (*Oct 29, 1980) actor United States US
Wilbur Scoville (*Jan 22, 1865) pharmacist, author of Scoville scale depending on the amount of capsaicin United States US
Larry Flynt (*Nov 1, 1942) publisher, CEO of Larry Flynt Publications United States US
Darren Aronofsky (*Feb 12, 1969) director, actor United States US
Black Jack Bouvier (*May 19, 1891) United States US
Wallace Beery (*Apr 1, 1886) actor, director United States US
Bob Smith (*Aug 8, 1879) surgeon, Dr. Bob - co-founder of AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) United States US
Dale Carnegie (*Nov 24, 1888) writer, teacher United States US
Thomas Jefferson (*Apr 13, 1743) 3rd President of the United States United States US
Charles Addams (*Jan 7, 1912) cartoonist, illustrator, artist, comic book author, creator of characters in Addams Family United States US
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