1981 - Births - August

August

  • August 4 – Marques Houston, American singer and actor (IMx)
  • August 5
    • Carl Crawford, Major League Baseball outfielder
    • Rachel Scott, American murder victim (d. 1999)
    • Kō Shibasaki, Japanese singer and actress
    • Travie McCoy, American alternative hip-hop artist
  • August 6 – Vitantonio Liuzzi, Italian race car driver
  • August 8
    • Roger Federer, Swiss tennis player
    • Harel Skaat, Israeli singer
    • Meagan Good, American actress
    • Kaori Iida, Japanese singer and actress
    • Vanessa Amorosi, Australian singer-songwriter and recording artist
    • Bradley McIntosh, English singer (S Club 7)
  • August 9 – Li Jiawei, Singaporean Olympic table tennis player
  • August 10
    • Natsumi Abe, Japanese singer and actress
    • Taufik Hidayat, Indonesian badminton player
  • August 11 – Sandi Thom, Scottish singer & song writer
  • August 12
    • Djibril Cissé, French footballer
    • Steve Talley, American actor
  • August 14 – Kofi Kingston, Ghanaian professional wrestler
  • August 15 – Song Ji-hyo, South Korean actress
  • August 16 – Taylor Rain, American actress
  • August 20 – Benjamin Barnes, English actor (Prince Caspian)
  • August 21 – Ross Thomas, American actor
  • August 23 – Carmen Luvana, Puerto Rican adult actress
  • August 24
    • Jiro Wang, Actor and Singer Fahrenheit (Taiwanese band)
    • Chad Michael Murray, American actor
  • August 25
    • Rachel Bilson, American actress
    • Shiva Keshavan, Indian Luge Pilot
  • August 28 – Charlie Frye, National Football League quarterback
  • August 29 – Lanny Barbie, American pornstar

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