April 8, 1964
Biz Markie was a renowned American rapper, singer and DJ, best known for the hit single "Just a Friend".
April 8, 1974
U.S. Navy SEAL Christopher Kyle served four tours in Iraq, receiving awards for acts of heroism and meritorious service.
April 8, 1951
Mexican singer-songwriter Joan Sebastian, won many awards and had devoted followers.
April 8, 1990
Korean singer, songwriter and radio host Jonghyun with Shinee for nine years.
April 8, 1989
Matthew Healy, an English singer, songwriter, and musician, is the lead vocalist, rhythm guitarist, and main lyricist of the rock band The 1975. He is also recognized for his poetry and activism.
April 8, 1981
Taylor Kitsch is a Canadian actor and model who has portrayed Tim Riggins in the NBC television series Friday Night Lights.
April 8, 1941
Vivienne Westwood is an English fashion designer famous for popularizing punk and new wave styles.
April 8, 1997
Woojin is a South Korean singer-songwriter, popularized by Stray Kids with catchy hooks and powerful vocals.