Famous skateboarder, Celebrity Birthdays

  • Ben Azelart

    Ben Azelart is an American skateboarder, Instagram star, and internet personality. After garnering popularity on various platforms of social media, he has landed sponsorship deals with the likes of Predator Helmets, Immortal Shoelace and DVS Shoes. Azelart has spent a considerable part of his life in Hawaii but currently lives in Los Angeles, California. He has been skating since he was a child. Azelart and his friends Brent Rivera and Caleb Burton have emerged among the most influential young internet personalities in the recent years. Azelart has over 1.4 million followers on Instagram and more than 10 thousand followers on Twitter. Furthermore, he has over 132k subscribers and about 4 million views on his YouTube channel. In 2018, he began appearing as the series protagonist in the reality web show ˜Bucket List'.

    Ben Azelart

  • Sky Brown

    Skateboarder who became the youngest girl ever to compete in the 2016 Vans US Open Pro Series. Her favorite place to skate is Miyazaki City Skate Park.

    Sky Brown

  • Steven Fernandez

    Steven Fernandez is a professional skateboarder who became famous for videos that showed various tricks which he performed on the skateboard. He made a large number of videos in which he gave hints on how to perform the many tricks that he could on the skateboardbefore he opted to become a professional skateboarder. He appeared in a feature film titled ˜Search Party' which was produced by Universal Films. He promotes the products of various brands while wearing them during his skateboarding videos. He uploads these videos continuously on his YouTube channel so that they can be seen by the public. Recently his popularity has taken a beating when he was arrested by the police for getting involved in a case of sexual harassment of young girls.

    Steven Fernandez

  • Tony Hawk

    Tony Hawk is a former American skateboarder and actor. He was one of the most influential skateboarders of the modern times. His tryst with skateboard began at the age of nine, when he got his elder brother's blue fiber glass skateboard. Little did anyone know that this little boy would become one of the pioneers of vertical skateboarding in the coming years. He used to practice at the now-defunct Oasis Skatepark at the age of 12, performing maneuvers well beyond his age. He attracted numerous visitors as he performed spectacular maneuvers. As a child, he was hyperactive and the skateboard was an outlet for his excess energy. By the time he was 16 years old, he had become a professional skateboarder. With time, he was able to start his own skateboarding company called ˜BirdHouse,' along with compatriot Per Welinder. He also initiated his own series of video games, 16 titles of which have been released since 1999. Through his own YouTube channel called Ride, he hosts various shows and has teamed up with several artists and musicians who have been inspired by skating. He has started the Tony Hawk Foundation for building skateparks for the underprivileged.

    Tony Hawk

  • Rob Dyrdek

    Rob Dyrdek is an American sports personality, actor, reality television star, entrepreneur and producer. He began his sports career as a professional skateboarder at the age of 15, and went on to win national and international acclaim in the field. After establishing his sports career, Rob Dyrdek ventured into the entertainment industry, trying his talent into acting and participating in reality television shows. The success of his ventures brought Rob into that instant recognition zone that every celebrity craves. He has set several world records in his sports and has also entertained the world alongside it. Rob is a success story that everyone wants to live themselves. His fandom in social media is testament to his celebrity status. He has a net worth of over 50 million USD. Behind the successful façade, remains a humanitarian, who has put good use of his millions to help others in need.

    Rob Dyrdek

  • Jagger Eaton

    Jagger Eaton is an upcoming skateboarder and the youngest ever X Games competitor. Born to Geoff Eaton, owner of the KTR Skateboarding School, both Jagger and his brother, Jett, started skateboarding when they were merely four years of age. When little children of his age were learning to sprint, hop and skip, Jagger Eaton was on a different level altogether. He made his mark in the sport in a short span and by the age of eleven had started competing as an amateur skateboarder. He has several victories to his credit and also has been one of the youngest to compete in several world-class competitions. Sports enthusiasts often claim him to have one of the best attitudes on the ramp. Such has been his skill at the game that Transworld Skateboarding magazine's, Blair Alley, called both Eaton brothers the future of vert skating. Apart from being a skateboard, Jagger Eaton has also appeared in television series and reality shows.

    Jagger Eaton

  • Nyjah Huston

    Skateboarding sensation who became the overall champion at the Street League Skateboarding competition series in 2010, 2012, 2014, 2015 and 2017. From there, he became the highest paid skateboarder in the world.

    Nyjah Huston

  • Ryan Sheckler

    Professional skateboarder and reality star who became known for his MTV show Life of Ryan. He won his first gold medal at the 2003 Summer X Games at age thirteen. He won gold again in 2008 and 2010.

    Ryan Sheckler

  • John Hill

    Professional skateboarder popular on social media. He has earned upwards of 170,000 followers on Instagram and been sponsored by companies like Rat Cheese Wax and Bluetile Skateshop.

    John Hill

  • Joshua Forsberg

    Professional skateboarder turned model who has earned representation through Wilhelmina Models LA. He has also earned sponsorship through a variety of companies including Alva, DC Shoes, and the Power Station Project. 

    Joshua Forsberg

  • Paul Rodriguez Jr.

    Paul Rodriguez is a Mexican-American standup comedian and television and movie actor. He is ranked number 74 on Comedy Central's list of the 100 Greatest Stand-up Comedians of all time. Rodriguez started his career as a comedian after he was done experimenting with the military services. He started by working as a doorman at L.A.'s famous The Comedy Store, a job that was not difficult for him to keep up with since he came from a background where he had to always struggle with money and survive on menial jobs. He started appearing briefly on television but it was not until he appeared on ˜a.k.a. Pablo' that he achieved much deserved media attention. His career has extended for more than two decades and includes starring roles and featured appearances in over 30 films and innumerable television series and specials. Besides acting and standup comedy and managing his own comedy venue in West Hollywood, ˜Laugh Factory', he works with civic and educational groups like, Hispanic Scholarship Fund, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, etc. For such contributions, he has been honored with the ˜Humanitarian of the Year Award' by the ˜City of Fresno'.

    Paul Rodriguez Jr.

  • Brighton Zeuner

    Skateboarder who became known after joining the OG Betty skateboarding team at the age of ten. She won the Vans 2015 Girls Combi Contest.

    Brighton Zeuner

  • Tom Schaar

    Skateboarding prodigy who won the X Games gold medal at age 12.

    Tom Schaar

  • Curren Caples

    Street skateboarder who won his first X Games gold medal in Skateboard Park at the 2013 Munich games.

    Curren Caples

  • Alana Smith

    An accomplished skateboarder before reaching her teenage years, she became the first girl to in documented history to land a 540 McTwist in competition. She became the Guinness World Record holder as the youngest athlete ever to medal at the X Games.

    Alana Smith

  • Sean Malto

    Emerging skateboarder who was named Transworld Skateboarding Magazine Rookie of the Year in 2009. He also won the 2011 Street League Skateboarding championship.

    Sean Malto

  • Chris Cole

    Brilliant professional skateboarder who won three gold medals for the United States at the Summer X Games in 2006 and 2007.

    Chris Cole

  • Lamont Holt

    Professional and sponsored goofy style skateboarder who runs a popular YouTube channel called LamontholtTV where he can be seen doing his craft.

    Lamont Holt

  • Rodney Mullen

    Influential skateboarder who invented many of the sport's most well-known flip tricks. He is also one of the founding investors of the World Industries skate company.

    Rodney Mullen

  • Keelan Dadd

    Professional skateboarder and entrepreneur who is best known for his win at the 2009 Red Bull Manny Mania Atlanta Finals. He's been sponsored by numerous companies including Mountain Dew, Gold Wheels, DGK skateboards and SUPRA and more.

    Keelan Dadd

  • Dylan Rieder

    Famous for his skill as a skateboarder, Rieder was also known for his appearances in several videos produced by the Alien Workshop skateboarding company as well as for his association with a New York City boutique known as The Hunt.

    Dylan Rieder

  • Lance Silber

    Member of the Braille Skateboarding team who is a skateboarder in addition to videographer and editor for the team's YouTube channel which has 3.4 million subscribers.

    Lance Silber

  • Lyn-Z Adams Hawkins

    Professional female skateboarder who won three X-Games gold medals.

    Lyn-Z Adams Hawkins

  • Jett Eaton

    A well known skateboarder from a young age, he gained television exposure on shows such as Disney's Getcha Head in the Game. He travels the world to compete in street, vert, and bowl competitions such as the Kia World Extreme Games.

    Jett Eaton