List of celebrities and famous people who were born on February 3rd
Famous birthdays on February 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002002
French-Lorraine young prodigy won the first prize at the Google science fair (10000 USD) for his invention of a robot gardener.
Famous birthdays on February 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
World Music Singer
3rd daughter of Bruce Willis & Demi Moore
A Pakistani family member, the second daughter of Benazir Bhoutto, who was the 11th Prime Minister in Pakistan for two terms, one each from November 1988 to October 1990 and 1993 to her final dismissal in November 1996.
Australian rugby league player
American family, only child of Ann Jillian, 50, and Andrew Murcia, 50. His parents were divorced for 15 years and had never had children. His mom had also survived a double breastectomy six years prior. Andrew, a large baby, weighed in at over 9 pounds and was delivered by C-section at Cedars-Sinai.
Welsh racing driver
Frank Gifford and Kathie Lee are the sons
Famous birthdays on February 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
South Korean singer (Super Junior)
Canadian speed skater
Japanese comedian and entertainer
Belarusian ice hockey player
Spanish journalist and TV presenter
South Korean actor and singer
Long Beach, California
American football player
Armenian chess Grandmaster
Indian Tamil actor
Canadian speed skater
Driver of the Australian V8 Supercar
American singer (The Wreckers).
American singer and actress
French road accident victim and euthanasia activist.
Baby V.O.X. was a former member of the Korean girl band.
American record producer, music critic, blogger
Famous birthdays on February 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
British-Lebanese lawyer (barrister), author and activist, London-based. Since 29 September 2014, she has been married to George Clooney, an American actor.
American singer and actress
Puerto Rican reggaeton rapper
California; actress (Jessica-The Bold and the Beautiful).
Czech ice hockey player
Canadian ice hockey player
linebacker (Minnesota Vikings).
Miss Rhode Island-USA (1996)
New Zealand rugby player
A French cyclist, he won the gold medal in 1000 m. against the clock race 7/24/96. He was the French national champion ten years in a row, World Champ 1993 and 1994, Vice-Champ 1995.
American pornographic actress
Massachusetts, USA; NHL Center (Anaheim Mighty Ducks).
WLAF punter (Rhein Fire).
French athlete who was silver medalist at Paralympic Games London 2012 (fencing).
Mexican journalist and producer
NFL running back (New York Giants).
NFL cornerback (Carolina Panthers).
Danish composer of videogame and film music
English playwright (d. 1999)
South Korean actor
Rhode Island, USA. NHL defenseman (Chicago Blackhawks), Team USA.
Famous birthdays on February 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American basketball player: guard for the Mavericks
South African golfer
NFL center (Minnesota Vikings).
Serbian-American basketball player: Center, Hornets
NFL running back (Kansas City Chiefs).
Los Angeles Lakers).
Prague, Czechoslovakia -- NHL Defenseman (Vancouver Canucks, 1998 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Tennis star in the Netherlands
English TV presenter for children
American screenwriter and director
Texas, USA; New Zealand Marathon Runner (Olympics 1996).
French soccer player was charged with corruption in connection to the US Valenciennes soccer scandal. FIFA banned him for one year and gave him a one-year suspended sentence. He also served 17 days in prison. After his suspension was over, he continued to play professional football for a decade and coached the Limoges soccer team from 2006-2007. He published his …
American actress, best known for her role on the TV series "ER".
American screenwriter and actress
California, USA; actress (Fraternity vacation, Renegade).
Wisconsin, USA; cross country skier (Olympics-1994).
Massachusetts, USA; actress (Lisa - Newsradio).
French gay activist and president of Act-Up Paris 1992 - 1994. AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power is an international advocacy group that advocates direct action to make a difference in the lives of those living with AIDS.
French actress on stage and in film, most famous for her role as Louise Wimmer in 2011.
Estonian journalist and politician
Italian track and field star, who won the Gold Medal in the 10,000-meter race on August 26, 1986 and the Silver Medal in the 5,000-meter race on August 31, 1986. Both medals were awarded at the 1986 Olympic Games in Stockholm, Sweden.
Indian academic and economist
American baseball pitcher (Florida Marlins).
American professional wrestler
Nevada, USA; actress (Abby Perkins – L.A. Law).
New York, USA. Actor (Dressed To Kill, Legend of Billie Jean).
French politician for Socialist Party. Since 16 May 2012, he has been Minister of Agriculture in Ayrault Cabinet. He is responsible for reforming the Common Agricultural Policy as Minister of Agriculture. He also stressed the importance of "resocializing rural areas in France".
Former player, coach of the German national soccer/football teams since 2006.
American wrestler and trainer
Texas, USA; actress (Ronnie Laurance-Another World).
Famous birthdays on February 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Turkish-Italian screenwriter and director
Turkish cinema director
Japanese DJ producer and songwriter (Pizzicato five)
Colombian politician and economist 67th Minister of Finance
New York, USA; actor (Michael Mancini - Melrose Place).
Jamaica -- 4X400m relayer (1984 Olympics - Silver Medalist)
English musician, The Cure
American astronaut and commander pilot, Jr.
Virginia, USA; Commander US Navy/astronaut (STS 89).
American academic and economist
French chef who was awarded three stars by the Guide Michelin. He currently works at Le Grand VA(c),four in Paris.
Brazilian race car driver
English musician (Nurse With Wound).
American scientist and educator
Las Vegas, Nevada -- Actress (Abby Perkins LA Law)
American actor. He is a star on Broadway, TV, and Hollywood for his hilarious comedy roles. Nathan Lane, the youngest of three sons, was born Joseph Lane in Jersey City in 1956. His mother was a secretary, and his father was a truck driver. Lane's father died from alcoholism at the age of 11. After a part in "Around the …
American guitarist, founding member of Sonic Youth in NYC, 1981. Ranaldo is also an author.
England, United Kingdom -- Model/sister of transsexual Tula
French official in arts, directer of laEUR[tm]A(c]cole nationale supA[c]rieure des beaux-arts, (ENSBA), the distinguished National School of Fine Arts, Paris, France.
New Jersey, USA, actor (Birdcage Timon – The Lion King Mouse Hunt, One of the Boys Frankie, and Johnnie).
British broadcast journalist
Norwegian artist and spiritual seeker. His autobiography tells the story of his past lives, which he discovered through deep meditation.
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
American singer, lead vocalist of French pop group ("Il était une fois"), born to a father of Danish descent, Herbert Mogensen, who was serving with UNICEF, and to a French-Vietnamese-American mother.
Chicago, Illinois -- Baseball player (Boston. California. Baltimore).
Illinois, USA; outfielder for baseball (Boston Red Sox and Baltimore Orioles).
American journalist and author (d. 2014.)
Lithuanian manager and footballer
American actress, best known for her underwear and seductive roles in TV series like "Search for Tomorrow", 1971, "Dallas," 1978 and "Flamingo road," 1981-1982. Although she did make a few films in the past, television was her preferred medium.
Texas, USA; actress (Falcon Crest and Flamingo Road).
Famous birthdays on February 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American musician (d. 2004)
Dutch blues vocalist/guitarist ("Ze is Zoals Jij").
French lawyer. He was the son of a notary public and became a well-known, convincing, and likeable lawyer through high-profile media attention.
Swedish playwright and author (d. 2015).
American director and author whose writings combine absurdism, reality, crime fiction and the search to identity and personal meaning in works like The New York Trilogy (1987), Moon Palace (89), The Music of Chance(90), The Book of Illusions(2002) and The Brooklyn Follies (2006).
American poet, recording artist, and songwriter. She was childlike, lighthearted, and free. She preferred a world full of beauty and compassion. One of her songs was "I've got a brand new pair of rollerskates, you've got a brand new key", which became a hit.
Canadian actor and director
Italian comedian who took part in the Fantastico, an extra-special show.
British musician who founded "The Kinks" with his brother Ray in late '63. He played a hot corkscrewing instrument. They released a debut album of two songs in early 1964, also in the U.S., with little success. However, later that year, they had a major hit, "You Really Got Me", which was a huge seller on both continents. In 1990, …
[Krommenhoek] Dutch vocalist ("Many More Year to Come").
East Timorese bishop
New York, USA. Singer/songwriter (Candles in the Rain).
Dutch actress and singer, Willy Alberti's daughter (1921-2011).
Dutch actress / vocalist (Small Truth).
1971 Player of the Year
American football player and sportscaster
American singer-songwriter (d. 1993).
American football player. Gillingham played his entire professional football career with the Green Bay Packers in the National Football League (NFL). He passed away on the 20th of October 2011.
Actress and singer from Australia
American entrepreneur who overtook Buddah Records to become the Bubblegum Rock King of America in 1967. He was responsible for the disco craze in the late 1970s and founded Casablanca Records.
American singer, guitarist, and songwriter
Pennsylvania, USA; actress ("Butterflies Are Free")
French writer, a novelist.
New York, USA. Tenor (Dion & Belmonts - "Teenagers in Love").
American record executive (d.82)
New York, USA. Golfer (LPGA Hall of Fame 1977; 1965 US Open).
Washington, USA. Actress (Here Come the Brides).
rock vocalist (Fireballs).
Jr., American professional wrestler
American football player, television personality, and computer software executive.
Virginia, USA; NFL quarterback (New York Giants and Minnesota Vikings).
Richmond sports Champions
Newscaster (NBC-TV, Innovations)
Famous birthdays on February 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American screenwriter and producer of director films
Actor (Mr Schubert Man from Atlantis), is killed at 43
American boxer and trainer (d.2013)
Russia -- Cosmonaut
California, USA; actor ("Man from Atlantis Untouchables")
French politician (Union for French Democracy), former Minister for Labour. He was European Comissioner of Justice from 2008-10.
Swiss UFO contactee claims that he was transported on intergalactic ships piloted and controlled by aliens. His first UFO contact was with five-year-old Billy. The second was on 1/28/1975. He was only 38 years old at the time. Billy stated that UFOs travel between the physical world and the mental-psychic realm.
Australian cricketer and coach
American photographer often taken of rock stars.
French radio and television journalist (from 1961 to 1967), general director of Radio Monte Carlo (1981 to 1984) and CEO Antenne 2 (1984 to 1986).
Argentinian actor (d.2013)
Chesterfield, England -- Actor (Winds of War).
French actress and member (sociA(c)taire, doyen) of the ComA(c)die-FranASSaise from 1962. She was made Grand Officier of Legion of Honor on 14 July 2011. She is a Catholic.
American jazz musician, most often associated with the alto Saxophone. However, he also plays the tenor and baritone Saxophones, clarinet, clarinet, and sings.
American politician and lawyer
Actress (Ford Theater), died at 53 from cancer
Jamaican-English sociologist and theorist (d. 2014.)
American six-year-old actress who won a special Oscar in the category of "A Tree Grows In Brooklyn" Her major theatre career was as a child talent, but she lost her interest when she turned 20.
Ohio, USA; actress ("Little Women", Daisy Kenyon).
In USSR; Sprinter (nine world record).
Belgian professional cyclist. From 1952 to 1967, professional Belgian cyclist. His 4th place finish in the Tour de France in 1962 was his best.
American surgeon is indicted for murdering his wife, Joan Robinson Hill, a Texan socialite.
Actress (Payroll. Steel Key. Curtain Up).
Famous birthdays on February 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
California, USA; singer (Your Hit Parade).
Irish singer / entertainer
American football coach
American author, author of nine novels and three books of short stories, as well as a biography.
French legionnaire who joined the Organisation de l'armA (c)e secrA)te OAS [Organisation of the Secret Army] during the Algerian War (1954aEUR")62. He was part of the group's attempt on President Charles de Gaulle's assassination on 22 August 1962 in Clamart (France), but he deserted the day before the attack.
American chemical engineer and CEO at Adobe Resources. Rawn, a graduate with an interest in technical engineering, has a BS and MS in Chemistry. Rawn enjoys tennis and spending time away from work.
English actor and singer (d. 1999).
American writer who admits that he doesn't care about people with skeletons in their closets because they are boring. His 1960 Parisian publication, Hollywood Babylon, was rejected by the American government as too violent for publication. The 28-year-old California exile who was living in France, played on the lustful desires of movie-crazed people by publishing a brutal expose of the …
Irish entertainer and singer
American pro astrologer, published. Marcia Moore was his wife when he wrote the book together.
Lisle Rur Tarn Politician
American writer (d. 2003).
Filipino journalist and politician 21st President of the Senate of the Philippines
American race car designer
American choreographer and dancer. His unique blend of modern and classical dance techniques is a bold, experimental style. He is also known for his cool, cerebral choreography that explores the dynamics and human movement. Carmen DeLavallade was his favorite partner in dance.
German soldier and politician; 8th mayor of Berlin
German politician, lawyer.
Member of the Swiss Federal Council
Wisconsin, USA; actor (Mr Peterson-Newhart).
American actor (Born 1925).
Dutch publisher/founder (World Press Photo).
Australian journalist and author
The senior lama in the Karma Kagyu Tibetan Buddhism school is a Tibetan Buddhist teacher. He is currently the abbot at Karma Triyana Dharmachakra, KTD Monastery in Woodstock (New York)
English author and historian (d. 1993).
French actress who was a specialist in aristocratic roles, including television, cinema, and theatre.
French choreographer, dancer, and actor BabilA(c), is his mother's maiden name.
French senator and admiral, who were active in Japan during the Bombardment of Shimonoseki (1860) and the Boshin War (1868aEUR”1869).
American Beatnik, Heroin addict, Suicide, Eye Color: Blue
French boxer. 23 January 1965, died.
French resistance soldier in World War II. He was awarded the title of 'Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration'.
Belgian world champion cyclist (1955), is killed at 36
New Brunswick, New Jersey -- Actress ("Bridget Loves Bernie")
Doctor / inventor (Heimlich maneuver)
Australian pilot and race car driver (d. 2013).
Famous birthdays on February 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American jazz musician from the Big Band era. He was a trumpet player and bandleader. He had his own band from 1947 to 1957. He was part of Johnny Carson's orchestra from the 1960s to 1992. He was named National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master in 2009.
American entertainer and member of the Rat Pack (Born 1918).
Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi in Israel (d. 1994).
American Olympic track and fields champion.
General and rabbi of Polish-Israeli descent (d. 1994).
German Nazi ObersturmbannfA 1/2 hrer (Lieutenant Colonel), who served in the Waffen SS during World War II, was awarded the Knight's Cross with Oakleaves as well as the Close Combat Clasp with Gold. Hack, 82, died in Hamburg, Germany, on 9 June 1997.
Norwegian actor, one of the country’s most talented and versatile actors.
Estonian wrestler, hammer thrower (d. 1998)
Holsbergen author (Zakenmensen Fair as Gold).
American singer and actress
Finnish writer, minister, theologian and parapsychologist. Married once and had three children.
British racing driver (d. 1939)
French Communist Party militant and head of the Maquis de Limousin. He was a leader in the French resistance. His authority over the A(c]puration sauvage in Limousin in 1944 made him controversial.
French politician, anthropologist and ethnologist, Governor General of Algeria 1955-1956
France sport Champion
French officer in the French army and fighter during World War II. He was awarded the title of 'Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English : Companion to the Liberation).
American singer and actress
French composer and organist. Marie-Claire Alain, his brother, was also an organist. Jehan, aged 29, was killed in battle at Saumer, France on 6/20/1940.
American actor (d. 2006).
American actor (d. 2006).
French composer / organist
Long Beach, California -- Television host (Trash or Treasure).
Famous birthdays on February 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
French mystic, social philosopher, and religious apologist. She completed brilliant studies in philosophy, logic, and literature. She developed her own unique philosophy. She was a participant in the Spanish civil War in 1936 and joined the resistance. She was raised as an intellectual Jewish Jew and an agnostic. Her original thinking made a significant impact on her culture in many …
French screenwriter, film director, screenwriter and poet. Also, lawyer who used filmmaking to criticize the french legal system. He was also a journalist. He had one child.
Norwegian jurist. He was the Oslo district attorney from 1947 to 1967. He was also a professor of criminal law at the University of Oslo (1957-1967). He was the Director General of Public Prosecution from 1968 to 1979.
French filmmaker (d. 1989).
German-Swedish physician (d. 1969)
American author and philanthropist (d. 1997).
New York, writer (Tales of the South Pacific and Centennial, Chesapeake. Hawaii, Space).
French politician and minister. She died 2 June 1995.
American author who published his first novel Papa Married a Mormon in 1955. There were many more novels for adults set in the late nineteenth century and early twenty-first centuries Utah. Fitzgerald published many stories in magazines and co-authored two books on creative writing. He began to write books for children in the 1960s. His eight-book series, The Great Brain, …
Paris 16éme Politician
British conservationist (Born Free), killed in Kenya
Estonian academic and linguist (d. 1990).
Swedish-American mathematician (d. 1986).
Pisino Istria, Italy -- Italian composer
American gangster (d. 1934)
14th Duke of Hamilton Scottish soldier pilot, politician (d. 1973).
Switzerland -- Sculptor
German scientist, chemist and author. He was married once.
French priest, ecclesiastic and Roman Catholic priest, responsible for the foundation of La LA(c),chA"re's second charity hostel, France, in 1943. Marthe Robin, the stigmatist, founded the original Royer de Charite as a retreat community, home of light, charity, and love.
American publisher since 1929. He was shot to death at his desk on September 24, 1953.
English cabaret singer (Fly Me To the Moon).