Audrey Hepburn ( moviestar) Johnny Hallyday ( Singer) Jean Claude Van Damme ( Movie star) Tom Boonen ( Cyclist) Jacques Brel ( Singer)
Kim Clijsters ( Tennis Player)
Justine Henin ( Tennis Player) and you can go on...
Aerts, Jean, cyclist Albert I, King of Belgium from 1909 to 1934 Albert II, King of Belgium since August 1993 Arfeuille, Walter, Guinness Record - lifted 281.5kg a distance of 17cm off the ground with his teeth in 1990 Baekeland, Leo Hendrik, inventor of the synthetic resin known as "bakelite" Becue, Brigitte, swimmer Beernaert, Auguste, winner of the 1909 Nobel Peace Prize and prime minister of Belgium (1884-1894) Bègue, Lambert le, first priest to organise communities of Beguines Bekaert, Leo Leander, founder of Bekaert N.V. Benoit, Peter, composer and founder of the Royal Flemish Conservatory Berghmans, Ingrid, judo champion Bertrand, Plastic, punk/rock singer of 'Ca Plane Pour Moi' fame Binchois, Gilles, 15th century composer Bolland, Jean, Flemish Jesuit and hagiographer Bologne, Jean, Flemish sculptor Bordet, Jules, bacteriologist who developed vaccine for whooping cough Bosman, Jean-Marc, footballer who changed the transfer rules Boudewijn, King of Belgium from 1951 to 1993 Bourignon, Antoinette, mystic and advocate of quietism Boutsen, Thiery, Formula 1 driver Brel, Jacques, legendary chansonnier / singer Brouwer, Adriaen, painter Bruegel the Elder, Pieter, painter Cammaerts, Emile Leon, poet Campin, Robert, painter Ceulemans, Jan, international football player Ceulemans, Raymond, 17-times Word Champion billiard player Claes, Ernest, novelist and short-story writer Claes, Willy, ex-NATO Secretary General Claiborne, Liz, fashion designer Claude, Albert, biochemist who was the first to isolate a cancer cell Claus, Hugo, poet, dramatist, novelist and film writer Clijsters, Kim, world-class tennis player Coninx, Stijn, director of "Daens" (nominated for an Oscar® in 1992) Conscience, Hendrik, novelist and short-story writer who "taught the people how to read" Coopman, Jean-Pierre, the only Belgian boxer ever to fight the great Mohammed Ali Cooreman, Gerhard, prime minister of Belgium (1918) Cortázar, Julio, writer Cuisenaire, Georges, Belgian teacher famous for his method of teaching mathematics Culliford, Pierre, alias "Peyo", the creator of "The Smurfs" Damien, Father (Pater Damiaan), missionary on the leper island of Molokai, Hawaii David, Gerard, Flemish painter Davidse, Bob, TV presenter ("Nonkel Bob" from "Tip Top") d'Alviella, Count Goblet, prime minister of Belgium (1831, 1832-34) d'Anethan, Jules Joseph, prime minister of Belgium (1870-71) De Bériot, Charles, violinist De Broqueville, Charles, prime minister of Belgium (1911-18, 1932-34) De Brouckere, Henri, prime minister of Belgium (1852-55) De Burlet, Jules, prime minister of Belgium (1894-96) Deckers, Jeanne (Soeur Sourire), who had a number one hit in the US with 'Dominique' De Clercq, Guy, water skier De Decker, Pierre, prime minister of Belgium (1855-57) De Duve, Christian, winner of the 1974 Nobel Prize for Physiology and discoverer of lysosomes and peixosomes De Ghelderode, Michel, dramatist Dehaene, Jean-Luc, Prime Minister of Belgium (1992-99) De Muelenare, Felix Amand, prime minister of Belgium (1831-32) De Rore, Cyprien, Belgian composer who produced the first score for voices De Sauvage, Count, prime minister of Belgium (1831) De Smedt, Edward, chemist and inventor of modern-day road asphalt De Smet, Pierre Jean, missionary De Smet de Nayer, Paul, prime minister of Belgium (1896-1907) De Theux, Bartholemy Theodore, prime minister of Belgium (1834-40, 1846-47) De Trooz, Jules, prime minister of Belgium (1907-08) De Vlaeminck, Eric, cyclo-cross champion De Vlaeminck, Roger, cyclist De Vriendt, Cornelis Floris, designer of Antwerp Town Hall De Wiart, Henri Carton, prime minister of Belgium (1920-21) De Wilde, Etienne, track cyclist (Silver medal at Sydney 2000) Des Prez, Josquin, composer Deburghgraeve, Fred, 100m Breaststroke Gold medal winner at Atlanta 96 and ex-World Record holder Delacroix, Leon, prime minister of Belgium (1918-20) Delstanche, Charles, pioneer in otology Delvaux, Paul, surrealist painter Demeulemeester, Ann, fashion designer Denijn, Jef, campanology expert Duvieusart, Jean Pierre, prime minister of Belgium (1950) Egmont, Lamoral, general and statesman Ensor, James Sidney, painter Eyskens, Gaston, prime minister of Belgium (1949-50, 1958-61, 1968-72) Eyskens, Marc, prime minister of Belgium (1981) Ferdi, Will, singer and first Belgian personality to announce he was gay (real name Werner Ferdinande) Franck, César Auguste, composer and organist Franquin, Andre, creator of the "Guust Flater" and "Marsupilami" comic series Frere-Orban, H J Walthere, prime minister of Belgium (1857-70, 1878-84) Frimout, Dirk, the first Belgian astronaut to enter space Fyt, Jan, painter and etcher Geboers, Eric, moto-cross rider Gerlache, Adrien de, commander of the first scientific Antarctic expedition Geulincx, Arnold, Flemish philosopher Gezelle, Guido, Roman Catholic priest, teacher and poet Gilmore, Matthew, track cyclist (Silver medal at Sydney 2000) Godefroid, Sebastien, great sailor and Silver medallist in the Finn class sailing event at Atlanta 96 Goethals, Raymond, trainer of the Belgian National Football Team for 10 years Goossens, Cas, ex-Managing Director of the BRTN and Chairman of Eurosport Gramme, Zénobe, inventor of the Gramme dynamo Grétry, André, composer Grumiaux, Arthur, eminent violinist Harmel, Pierre, prime minister of Belgium (1965-66) Hellebuyck, Eddy, 100m sprinter and finalist at Atlanta 96 Hennepin, Louis, first European to explore the upper Mississippi river Henin, Justine, world-class tennis player Hepburn, Audrey, actress and special ambassador to UNICEF Herge, the creator of "Tin Tin" (Kuifje) - his real name is Georges Remi Heylen, Ivan, Flemish singer Heymans, Corneille, winner of the 1938 Nobel Prize for Physiology Horta, Victor, Art Nouveau architect Huysmans, Camille, prime minister of Belgium (1946-47) Ickx, Jacky, Formula 1 racing driver Jacobs, Victor, prime minister of Belgium (1884) Jansen, Cornelis, Flemish theologian who founded the Jansenism movement Janson, Paul Emile, prime minister of Belgium (1937-38) Jaspar, Henri, prime minister of Belgium (1926-31) Jobe, Georges, moto-cross rider Jordaens, Jacob, painter Joseph, Albert, prime minister of Belgium (1831, 1832-34) Joseph, Etienne Noel, prime minister of Belgium (1831) Kim, Sandra, youngest ever winner of the Eurovision Song Contest Klein, Dani, lead singer of Belgium's most successful band "Vaya Con Dios" (sold 10 million CD's) La Fontaine, Henri, winner of the 1913 Nobel Peace Prize Lambrechts, Esther, singer better known as "La Esterella" Lasso, Orlando di, composer Lateau, Louise, Belgian lady who experienced "stigmata" Lebeau, Joseph, prime minister of Belgium (1832-34, 1840-41) Leburton, Edmond, prime minister of Belgium (1973-74) Lefevre, Theodore, prime minister of Belgium (1961-65) Lemaître, Georges, astronomer who discovered the Big Bang theory Lemonnier, Camille, novelist and founder of the Belgian literary renaissance Lenoir, Jean Joseph Etienne, inventor of the internal-combustion engine Leopold I, King of Belgium from 1831 to 1865 Leopold II, King of Belgium from 1865 to 1909 Leopold III, King of Belgium from 1934 to 1951 Loiseau, Constant, inventor of the optometer Lomba, Marie-Isabelle, great judoka and Bronze medallist at Atlanta 96 Lotti, Helmut, international pop singer Maertens, Freddy, cyclist Maeterlinck, Maurice, author Magritte, Rene, painter and theorist of surrealism Mallise, Xavier, world-class tennis player Malou, Jules, prime minister of Belgium (1846-47, 1874-78, 1884) Martens, Wilfried, prime minister of Belgium (1979-92) Massis, John, the man with the strongest teeth in the world Matsys, Quentin, Flemish painter who founded the Antwerp school Meirhaege, Filip, mountain biker (Silver medal at Sydney 2000) Mercator, Gerardus, cartographer, mathematician and geographer Merckx, Eddy, cyclist and 5-time winner of the Tour de France Nothomb, Jean-Baptiste, prime minister of Belgium (1841-45) Ockeghem, Johannes, Flemish composer Ortelius, Abraham, Flemish geographer who produced the first modern atlas Peeters, Bart, radio and TV presenter Pfaff, Jean-Marie, international goal keeper Philips, Luk, brilliant actor ("Pastoor Munte" and "Bompa") Pholien, Joseph, prime minister of Belgium (1950-52) Pien, Armand, Belgian weather man for more than 35 years Pierlot, Hubert, prime minister of Belgium (1939-45) Pire, Dominique, winner of the 1958 Nobel Peace Prize Pirenne, Henri, historian, well-known for his Pirenne Thesis Planckaert, Eddy, cyclist Plantin, Christophe, bookbinder and typography expert Plateau, Joseph, inventor of the stroboscope Poirot, Hercule, Belgian detective Poullet, Prosper, prime minister of Belgium (1925-26) Prigogine, Ilya, chemical physicist famous for his theoretical framework on the origin of life Puttemans, Emiel, long-distance runner Quetelet, Lambert Adolphe, mathematician and inventor of the Body Mass Index Rakels, Heidi, judoka (Bronze medal at the Barcelona Olympics in 1992) Reinhardt, Jean Baptiste "Django", inventor of the two-finger guitar playing technique Remi, Georges, better known as Hergé, the creator of "Tin Tin" (Kuifje) Renkin, Jules, prime minister of Belgium (1931-32) Reynders, Yvonne, cyclist Robert, Joel, moto-cross rider Rodenbach, Albrecht, poet Rodenbach, Georges, poet and novelist Roelands, Gaston, long-distance runner Rogge, Jacques, President of the IOC (International Olympic Committee) Rogier, Charles Latour, prime minister of Belgium (1832-34, 1847-52, 1857-68) Rolin-Jaequemyns, Gustave, who co-founded the Institute of International Law in Ghent in 1873 Röpcke, Jo, respected film critic - nobody in Belgium has seen more films than him Rouffaer, Senne, actor who is better known as "Kapitein Zeppos" (Captain Zeppos) Rousseau, Vincent, marathon runner Rubens, Peter Paul, painter Rysbrack, John Michael, sculptor Saive, Jean-Michel, table-tennis player Sarton, May Eleanor, poet and novelist Sax, Adolphe, inventor of the saxophone Scherens, Jef, cyclist Schoepen, Bobbejaan, Flemish singer and ex-owner of "Bobbejaanland" (real name Modest Schoepen) Schollaert, Frans, prime minister of Belgium (1908-11) Schotte, Briek, cyclist Schueremans, Herman, organiser of the annual Torhout-Werchter Rock Festival Scifo, Enzo, international football player Sercu, Patrick, cyclist Simenon, Georges, writer Simons, Ann, judoka (Bronze medal at Sydney 2000) Singing Nun, The (Soeur Sourire), who had a number one hit in the US with 'Dominique' Snyders, Frans, painter Solvay, Ernest, inventor of the Solvay process (ammonia) Spaak, Paul Henri, founder of the Benelux and prime minister of Belgium (1938-39, 1946, 1947-49) Stevens, Patrick, Belgium's best 100m sprinter Stevin, Simon, mathematician and engineer Streuvels, Stijn, novelist Teirlinck, Herman, novelist and playwright Teniers the Younger, David, painter and engraver Theunis, George, prime minister of Belgium (1921-25, 1934-35) Thielemans, Toots, world-famous jazz musician Thijs, Philippe, cyclist Thys, Guy, coach of the Belgian National Football Team for 15 years Tilly, Johann Tserclaes, field marshall Timmermans, Felix, author Tindemans, Leo, prime minister of Belgium (1974-78) Tin Tin, created by Herge (Georges Remi) Tura, Will, Flemish singer (real name Arthur Blanckaert) Urbanus, Belgium's funniest comedian (real name Urbain Servranckx) Van Acker, Achiel, prime minister of Belgium (1945-46, 1954-58) Van Artevelde, Jacob, statesman and political leader Van Barneveld, Harry, great judoka and Bronze medallist at Atlanta 96 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Who are some famous people from botswana?
what famous people are from waco, tx?
What famous people? could you be more specific?
the famous people dont say quotes
"The Adventures of Tintin" by cartoonist Herge .
no belguim is a country
do you know what's the populstion of belguim is ?. :D
Yes Belguim chocolate is really good so is Swiss chocolate and maybe German chocolate.
There was not an Olympics in Belguim
Germany and Belguim. Germany west and belguim south and north and east is sea