Famous Birthdays of 3 February

List of celebrities and famous people born on the 3rd of February
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2009 - 2000

  • (2002) Daniaal Malik: Family Member.
  • (2001) Eliott Sarrey: French-Lorraine young prodigy, he won the first prize of the Google science fair (10000 dollars) for having invented a robot gardener, aged 14.
  • (2000) Anna Jackson: YouTube Star.
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1999 - 1990

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1989 - 1980

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1979 - 1970

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1969 - 1960

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1959 - 1950

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1949 - 1940

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1939 - 1930

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1929 - 1920

  • (1929) Russell Arms in Berkeley: California, USA; singer (Your Hit Parade).
  • (1929) Bernard Leclair: Pl?neuf EXecutives.
  • (1929) Ken Shipp: American football coach.
  • (1929) Val Doonican: Irish singer / entertainer.
  • (1928) Hilary Masters: American writer, author of nine novels, three books of short stories and a biography.
  • (1928) Alphonse Constantin: French legionnaire, who joined the Organisation de l'armée secrète (OAS) ["Organisation of the Secret Army"], a short-lived French dissident far-right paramilitary organisation during the Algerian War (1954–62).
  • (1928) Stanley Rawn: American chemical engineer and CEO of Adobe Resources.
  • (1928) Frankie Vaughan: English singer and actor (d. 1999).
  • (1927) Kenneth Anger: American writer who admittedly has no interest in people who have no skeletons in their closet as they are "nothing but boring.
  • (1927) Marcel Cavaillé: Lisle Rur Tarn Politician.

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1919 - 1910

  • (1919) Snooky Young: American jazz musician in the Big Band era, a trumpet player and bandleader, he played with Count Basie among others.
  • (1918) Helen Stephens: American Olympic track and field champion.
  • (1918) Shlomo Goren: Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel (d. 1994).
  • (1918) Joey Bishop: American entertainer, member of the Rat Pack (Born 1918).
  • (1917) Shlomo Goren: Polish-Israeli rabbi and general (d. 1994).
  • (1916) Vivien Signy: nurse.
  • (1915) Franz Hack: German Nazi Obersturmbannführer (Lieutenant Colonel) in the Waffen SS during World War II who was awarded the Knight's Cross with Oakleaves and the Close Combat Clasp in Gold.
  • (1915) Jean Trossevin: N?mes EXecutives.
  • (1915) Richard Bales: composer.
  • (1915) Jann Willem: Holsbergen author (Zakenmensen Fair as Gold).

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1909 - 1900

  • (1909) Jeanne Hazelhurst: Mexican-American astrologer who joined AFA in October 1976 and died the following month in Margate, FL.
  • (1909) Simone Weil: French mystic, social philosopher and religious apologist who completed many brilliant studies in literature, philosophy and logic.
  • (1909) M Vasalis: [Margaretha Droogleever Fortuyn-Leenmans] poet (Phoenix).
  • (1909) Andre Cayatte: French filmmaker (d. 1989).
  • (1909) Kurt Petter: German-Swedish physician (d. 1969).
  • (1909) Lauritz Dorenfeldt: Norwegian jurist.
  • (1909) André Cayatte: French film director, screenwriter, poet, novelist, lawyer who used filmmaking as means of criticizing french legal system; also journalist, married once, one child.
  • (1907) James A Michener New York City: New York, writer (Tales of the South Pacific, Centennial, Chesapeake, Hawaii, Space).
  • (1907) James Michener: American author and philanthropist (d. 1997).
  • (1906) John Fitzgerald: American author, who published his first novel, Papa Married a Mormon, in 1955.

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