Bill Murray and Cameron Diaz are celebs with birthdays between Aug. 23 and Sept. 22.
Scott Caan (born Aug. 23, 1976)
Scott Caan (born Aug. 23, 1976): The son of actor James Caan, Scott is known for his roles in "Varsity Blues," the "Ocean’s" movies and, more recently, his role as Detective Danno Williams in the CBS series "Hawaii Five-O
Dave Chappelle (born Aug. 24, 1973)
Dave Chappelle (Aug. 24, 1973): The stand-up comic who took an infamous hiatus during the peak of his namesake sketch comedy show has also dabbled in movies, including "The Nutty Professor," "You’ve Got Mail" and "Robin Hood: Men in Tights," which launched his film career in 1993.
Billy Ray Cyrus (born Aug. 25, 1961)
Billy Ray Cyrus (born Aug. 25, 1961): The country singer most notable for his decades-old hit song "Achy Breaky Heart" has managed to stay relevant with the help of the Disney Channel and its hit show "Hannah Montana," in which Cyrus co-starred with his real-life and now more famous daughter, Miley.
Elvis Costello (born Aug. 25, 1954)
Elvis Costello (born Aug. 25, 1954): Part of the original New Wave explosion, the bespectacled singer has had more than his share of hits, and his most recent album was a collaboration with The Roots.
Tim Burton (born Aug. 25, 1958)
Tim Burton (born Aug. 25, 1958): The creative and quirky genius behind "Batman," "Edward Scissorhands" and "The Nightmare Before Christmas" is said to be working on a few new projects, including a potential "Beetlejuice" sequel.
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Sean Connery (born Aug. 25, 1930)
Sean Connery (born Aug. 25, 1930): The Scottish-born actor with an accent that has landed him on many a “sexiest man” list made his mark as James Bond, but a new guard of fans associate his name with being Alex Trebek’s nemesis on the "Saturday Night Live" Celebrity Jeopardy sketch.
Claudia Schiffer (born Aug. 25, 1970)
Claudia Schiffer (born Aug. 25, 1970): The German-born Schiffer was one fo the most in-demand models in the 1990s. She now is creative director of Claudia Schiffer Cashmere.
Gene Simmons (born Aug. 25, 1949)
Gene Simmons (born Aug. 25, 1949): The tongue-wagging lead vocalist for Kiss saw a resurgence in popularity when his reality TV show, "Family Jewels," debuted in 2006.
Regis Philbin (born Aug. 25, 1931)
Regis Philbin (born Aug. 25, 1931): He had an epic run as host of "Live with Regis," was the inaugural host for "America’s Got Talent," and put "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" on the game show map. His sports talk show called the "Crowd Goes Wild" didn't attract crowds in 2013 and was cancelled after one season.
Macaulay Culkin (born Aug. 26, 1980)
Macaulay Culkin (born Aug. 26, 1980): The former child star of the "Home Alone" movies is now in his 30s and making more headlines for his off-the-rails behavior than for his films.
Paul Reubens (born Aug. 27, 1952)
Paul Reubens (born Aug. 27, 1952): This childlike actor, best known as his alter ego Pee-wee Herman, is finding new fans with roles in "The Smurfs" movies. There's also now word of an upcoming Pee-wee reboot and Judd Apatow flick.
Chris Pine (born Aug. 26, 1980)
Chris Pine (born Aug. 26, 1980): With out-of-this-world good looks, this actor is best known for playing James T. Kirk in 2009’s "Star Trek" and its recent sequel, "Star Trek: Into Darkness."
Jack Black (born Aug. 28, 1956)
Jack Black (born Aug. 28, 1969): From his rock-comedy band Tenacious D to starring movie roles in "Shallow Hal" and "School of Rock" (for which he earned a Golden Glob nom), this funnyman’s career is no joke.
Shania Twain (born Aug. 28, 1965)
Shania Twain (born Aug. 28, 1965): Her 1997 album "Come On Over" was the best-selling country album of all time. And her hit song, “Man! I Feel Like a Woman” was so popular it was used in a Chevy commercial. Still not impressed much, Shania?
LeAnn Rimes (born Aug. 28, 1982)
LeAnn Rimes (born Aug. 28, 1982): Back in the day, she was called a young Patsy Cline. Now, she’s often called a home wrecker after having an affair with her now husband, actor Eddie Cibrian.
Luis Guzman (born Aug. 28, 1956)
Luis Guzman (born Aug. 28, 1956): A major player in the world of character acting, Guzman usually plays the sidekick ("Boogie Nights," "Dumb and Dumberer," "He’s Just Not That Into You"). In three of his earliest roles, he was credited as Goon #1, Gypsy Cabby and Gang Member #2, respectively.
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Cameron Diaz (born Aug. 30, 1972)
Cameron Diaz (born Aug. 30, 1972): The '90s were good to this actress. It was the decade that produced "The Mask," "My Best Friend's Wedding" and "There’s Something About Mary" -- all of which she starred in. Not bad for someone who didn’t have any prior acting experience before landing her first big-screen role.
Van Morrison (born Aug. 31, 1945)
Van Morrison (born Aug. 31, 1945): Also known as "Van the Man," Irish singer Van Morrison started his international career in 1964 with the band Them, who had such hits a few hits such as "Here Comes the Night" and "Gloria." He went solo in 1967, the same year he recorded one of his best-known songs, "Brown-Eyed Girl." Over the next couple of decades he scored more hits (e.g., "Domino," "Moondance"). Morrison continues to tour.
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Chris Tucker (born Aug. 31, 1972)
Chris Tucker (born Aug. 31, 1972): The "Rush Hour" movies made him the highest-paid actor in Hollywood back in 2006. Those days are gone, but his career saw a recent spike with his role in the 2013 Oscar-nominated "Silver Linings Playbook."
Richard Gere (born Aug. 31, 1949)
Richard Gere (born Aug. 31, 1949): A leading man in "American Gigolo," "An Officer and a Gentleman," and "Pretty Woman," Gere is also a humanitarian. He is a founder of Tibet House, which is a nonprofit dedicated to preserving Tibetan culture.
Gloria Estefan (born Sept. 1, 1957)
Gloria Estefan (born Sept. 1, 1957): The multiple Grammy-winning Latin singer recently launched a reality show called "The Next" and is working on a new album called "The Standards" to be released around her birthday.
Terry Bradshaw (born Sept. 2, 1948)
Terry Bradshaw (born Sept. 2, 1948): The retired football Hall of Fame quarterback is now famous for his sports analysis as co-host of Fox NFL Sunday. His throwing arm may be long in the tooth, but he can still throw out a contagious smile on command.
Lily Tomlin (born Sept. 1, 1939)
Lily Tomlin (born Sept. 1, 1939): One of the first successful female stand-up comics of the '60s, Tomlin may never shake her roles as a switchboard operator on "Laugh In," Violet Newstead in "Nine to Five" and a 5-year-old named Edith Ann. And that’s the truth.
Mark Harmon (born Sept. 2, 1951)
Mark Harmon (born Sept. 2, 1951): This former college football player and People’s Sexiest Man Alive has starred in many television shows throughout the years, most notably in his recent role as Leroy Gibbs in the CBS series "NCIS."
Keanu Reeves (born Sept. 2, 1964)
Keanu Reeves (born Sept. 2, 1964): This affable actor has managed to span several genres in his lengthy career, from rom-coms to chick-flicks to action and adventure. And no one was better qualified to star in "Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure."
Salma Hayek (born Sept. 2, 1966): She sizzled on screen in 1995’s "Desperado," but really made her mark several years later playing Frida Kahlo in 2002’s "Frida," for which she received a Best Actress Oscar nomination. She’s also got a nice set of comedy chops, with memorable roles in "Grown Ups" and "30 Rock."
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Charlie Sheen (born Sept. 3, 1965)
Charlie Sheen (born Sept. 3, 1965): Oh, Charlie Sheen. Calling him a bad boy is so 15 years ago. Is it ironic, sad or just plain cringe-inducing that his current FX sitcom is called "Anger Management"?
Damon Wayans (born Sept. 4, 1960)
Damon Wayans (born Sept. 4, 1960): The comedian had bit parts in several movies before really making a name for himself with the sketch comedy show "In Living Color," which his brother Keenan launched in 1990.
Max Greenfield (born Sept. 4, 1980)
Max Greenfield (born Sept. 4, 1980): He’s a familar face to "Veronica Mars" and "Ugly Betty" fans, but it’s his current (breakthrough) role as Schmidt on "The New Girl" that earned him both Emmy and Golden Globe nominations.
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Michael Emerson (born Sept. 4, 1954)
Michael Emerson (born Sept. 7, 1954): He’s no stranger to playing a creep on the small screen as both serial killer William Hinks on "The Practice" and Ben Linus on "Lost." Now, he plays a billionaire crime fighter on "Person of Interest."
Michael Keaton (born Sept. 5, 1951)
Michael Keaton (born Sept. 5, 1951): "Nightshift," "Mr. Mom" and "Beetlejuice" made him a star in the '80s. "Batman" and "Batman Returns" made him a sex symbol in the '90s.)
Rosie Perez (born Sept. 6, 1964)
Rosie Perez (born Sept. 6, 1964): Perez made her film debut in Spike Lee’s explosive “Do the Right Thing” in 1989. She was nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Oscar in 1993 for her work on “Fearless.” Fun fact: Perez is the voice of Click the camera on Nick Jr.'s “Go, Diego, Go!”
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Chrissie Hynde (born Sept. 7, 1951)
Chrissie Hynde (born Sept. 7, 1951): You’ll find Hynde on the top of pretty much any “women in rock” list. Born in Ohio, she went to London in the 1970s, where she met punk luminaries The Sex Pistols, Malcolm McLaren and members of the Clash. After many failed stabs at joining or starting bands, she met the musicians who would become the first incarnation of the Pretenders in 1978. In 1979 their eponymous debut album launched them onto the charts, with such singles as “Brass in Pocket” and “Stop Your Sobbing.” At the age of 62, Hynde released her first solo album in 2014.
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Corbin Bernsen (born Sept. 7, 1954)
Corbin Bernsen (born Sept. 7, 1954): He was a soap star before landing his breakthrough role as lawyer Arnold Becker on "L.A. Law" in 1986. He’s since played several other characters in both movies and on television, where he currently co-stars in USA’s "Psych."
Neko Case (born Sept. 8, 1970):
Neko Case (born Sept. 8, 1970): This Indie rocker is just as well known for her solo career as her involvement with The New Pornographers.
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Adam Sandler (born Sept. 9, 1966)
Adam Sandler (born Sept. 9, 1966): He made it big time as a featured cast member on "Saturday Night Live" before leaving to pursue a movie career, writing and starring in the hit comedies "Happy Gilmore," "Big Daddy" and "The Waterboy," while also nailing two serious roles in "Punch-Drunk Love" and "Spanglish."
Hugh Grant (born Sept. 9, 1960)
Hugh Grant (born Sept. 9, 1960): In the 1990s, Grant’s box office success in such hits as “Four Weddings and a Funeral” and “Notting Hill” signified a new kind of leading man – funny, a bit bashful, sort of immature, and more “cute” than “handsome.” Despite that stereotype, Grant has shown his range in other movies, including “About a Boy,” “Mickey Blue Eyes” and “Cloud Atlas.”
Harry Connick Jr. (born Sept. 11, 1967)
Harry Connick Jr. (born Sept. 11, 1967): The Sinatra-esque crooner, who has sold millions of albums, is also an actor, having co-starred in "Memphis Belle," "Copycat" and "Hope Floats."
Ben Folds (born Sept. 12, 1966)
Ben Folds (born Sept. 12, 1966): Frontman for the alt-rock band Ben Folds Five, the quirky lyricist is also a judge on the NBC singing competition "The Sing-Off."
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Jason Statham (born Sept. 12, 1967)
Jason Statham (born Sept. 12, 1967): This ruggedly good-looking Englishman is a martial artist and action star, having lent his talents to box office hits "Snatch," "The Transporter" and "The Italian Job."
Niall Horan (born Sept. 13, 1993)
Niall Horan (born Sept. 13, 1993): This One Direction boy-bander was discovered, along with the rest of his group, on "The X Factor." They've since acheived pop-rock stardom across the globe.
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Fiona Apple (born Sept. 13, 1977)
Fiona Apple (born Sept. 13, 1977): The soulful, melancholy stylings of this waifish singer earned her a Grammy for her 1996 debut album "Tidal."
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Tommy Lee Jones (born Sept. 15, 1946)
Tommy Lee Jones (born Sept. 15, 1946): It’s not unusual for this gritty actor to take on tough-guy roles. He earned an Oscar playing a U.S. marshal in 1993’s "The Fugitive." Other roles include a Texas ranger, a sheriff, a U.S. Army general and a terrorist.
Oliver Stone (born Sept. 15, 1946)
Oliver Stone (born Sept. 15, 1946): The filmmaker does not tiptoe around controversy. His work includes "Natural Born Killers," "Nixon," "Midnight Express," "Platoon" and "Born on the Fourth of July."
Nick Jonas (born Sept. 16, 1992)
Nick Jonas (born Sept. 16, 1992): The youngest of the pop-rock trio The Jonas Brothers has been romantically linked to Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez, but is trying to shed his tween-idol image by pursuing solo projects in both movies and television.
David Copperfield (born Sept. 16, 1956)
David Copperfield (born Sept. 16, 1956): The master magician’s success is no illusion. In a career that began at age 18, Copperfield (born David Seth Kotkin) has amassed 21 Emmy Awards for TV specials; he’s earned 11 Guinness World Records; and he’s sold 40 million tickets and grossed over $4 billion, a record for a solo entertainer. [
Mickey Rourke (born Sept. 16, 1952)
Mickey Rourke (born Sept. 16, 1952): He’s turning 61 this year, but this rugged actor will always be associated with "Nine 1/2 Weeks," the sexy celluloid that started his career back in 1986. Next up: another "Sin City" and "The Expendables 3," both set to be released in 2014.
Jimmy Fallon (born Sept. 19, 1974)
Jimmy Fallon (born Sept. 19, 1974): He’s done sketch comedy on "SNL" and starred in myriad mediocre movies. Now, he’s the host of his own talk show, "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," on NBC and will soon replace Jay Leno on the "Tonight Show."
Stephen King (born Sept. 21, 1947)
Stephen King (born Sept. 21, 1947): This is not the guy you want to be with when the lights go out. The horror author has written dozens of novels, including "Carrie," "The Shining," "It," "Pet Sematary" and "Misery."
Ricki Lake (born Sept. 21, 1968)
Ricki Lake (born Sept. 21, 1968): Actress Ricki Lake got her start in movies, starring in numerous John Waters productions ("Hairspray," "Cry-Baby," "Serial Mom"). She then moved to TV, where she appeared on "China Beach" and hosted her own talk shows.
Bill Murray (born Sept. 21, 1950)
Bill Murray (born Sept. 21, 1950): Like many of his fellow "SNL" cast members, this comedian ended up on the big screen. He had starring roles in "Ghostbusters," "Groundhog Day" and "Lost in Translation." He’s also a Wes Anderson muse, having starred in four of the filmmaker’s movies.
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Joan Jett (born Sept. 22, 1960)
Joan Jett (born Sept. 22, 1958): The classic punk-rock girl, Jett was a founding member of the band The Runaways when she was just 15, quickly finding fame in a solo career with hits like “I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll” and “Do You Want to Touch Me.”