- Halloween is the spookiest day of the year — and one of the most fun.
- These 18 celebrities get to enjoy double the celebrations.
- Rob Schneider, Willow Smith, Vanilla Ice, and more were all born on All Hallows' Eve.
Three years ago, Smith had an epic haunted house-themed birthday party.
"She hasn't had a party in five years. Me and Jada really wanted to lay it out for her. This is her last year of teens to have her birthday party," her dad, Will Smith, told his YouTube viewers in a video dedicated to the celebrations.
Schneider appeared in his longtime friend and frequent collaborator Adam Sandler's Netflix movie, "Hubie Halloween," as an escaped patient from a psychiatric hospital in 2020.
The rapper released a song featuring the Insane Clown Posse called "Born On Halloween" for his birthday in 2010.
The "Black Panther" star spent the first seven years of her life in Guyana before she and her family moved to the UK.
A few weeks after her birthday, the long-awaited "Black Panther" sequel, "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever," will premiere.
In addition to being a successful actor, Mulroney is also an accomplished cello player — you can watch him play Bach here.
The "Coyote Ugly" and "Covert Affairs" star will turn 46 this Halloween.
Leonor became the youngest heir presumptive in Europe when her grandfather abdicated his throne in 2014, in favor of his son (Leonor's father), King Felipe.
Jackson's most recent project was the multi-part documentary about the making of The Beatles' final album "Let It Be" in 1970, entitled "The Beatles: Get Back." It was originally supposed to be released in September 2020, but it was pushed back to 2021 due to the pandemic.
All three installments are now available on Disney+.
In case you weren't sure, Ad-Rock even rapped "October 31st, that is my date of birth," on the Beastie Boys song "The New Style."
Rashford was awarded the MBE (a British honor that stands for Member of the Order of the British Empire) in October 2020 for his work as an activist fighting child food poverty in the UK.
Marano is best known for her roles in "Gilmore Girls" and "Switched at Birth."
Taylor, who played Paige Jennings in "The Americans," spoke to the Wall Street Journal about what she did for her 15th birthday, compared to her character who just wanted to have dinner with her family and her pastor.
"What did I do? I have to ask my mom, I can't even remember it. Oh, I was working on 'The Americans' that day — and no, I did not invite my pastor over for dinner," she said.
"The Walking Dead" and "There's Someone Inside Your House" actress was born on the appropriately spooky day of All Hallows' Eve.
Rifkin was in one of horror legend Wes Craven's final films, 2006's "Pulse."
The "Glee" actor will turn 56 this year.
The "Shameless" actor was born in 1982.
The Grammy Award-winning musician was born on October 31, 1961.
My Chemical Romance definitely lands on the spooky spectrum, so Iero being born on Halloween makes perfect sense.
Three Halloweens ago, the band announced a reunion concert which happened in December 2019. The next month, they announced a reunion tour which, due to the pandemic, was postponed until 2022 and 2023.