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February 8th famous birthdays

List of celebrities and famous people who were born on February 8th

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on February 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

  • American baby of actor Matt LeBlanc, who was born at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. The baby suffered seizures at eight months of age, which affected her motor skills. The child was unable to crawl or sit up properly. After months of medical testing, the child was diagnosed with dysplasia, which is a neurological disorder. She began to develop her skills at …


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on February 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

  • American notable family, Rod Steiger's 33-year-old wife Paula and Oscar winner actor Rod Steiger. Rod has also a 33-year-old daughter from a previous marriage.

  • Instagram Star


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on February 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Anna Hutchison
  • Movie Actress

  • American homicide: 15-year old boy shot 15 people at Santana School in Santee, CA, in March 2001. He entered the school's bathroom carrying his father's.22-cal. He pulled out a revolver and shot two of his classmates dead in six minutes.


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on February 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on February 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Mathilda May

    French actress, daughter to Victor Haim (greekturkish playwright) and Margareta Hanson (swedish ballet teacher). Mathilda was awarded the First Prize by the Paris Dance Conservatory ("3 Places pour le 26") before she began her career with Yves Montand. She was a successful performer on stage with Pascal LA(c).gitimus.

  • Full back for Canadian Football League (Hamilton Tiger Cats).

  • American athlete

  • Queensland, Australia; golfer (1990 Brisbane & District).

  • Spanish footballer

  • Canadian ice hockey player

  • Filipino politician and 15th President of Philippines since June 2010. His parents were Senator Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino Jr. and President Corazon Aquino.

  • Philippine President

  • British horse trainer.

  • California, USA; figure skater (Olympics-silver-1980).

1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on February 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Henry Czerny
  • Argentine politician and businessman. Head of government for the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. He is the son of Francisco Macri (an Italian businessman who was prominent in the construction and industrial sectors). He has been the City of Buenos Aires' representative in the Lower House of Congress since 10 December 2007.

  • Indianapolis, Indiana -- Playmate (April, 1978)

  • in Switzerland; tennis star.

  • Maria Osmarina Marina Silva Vaz de Lima, a Brazilian politician and environmentalist is Maria Osmarina Marina Silva Silva Vaz de Lima.

  • American professional wrestler and valet (Born 1958).

  • American Astrologer, wife to Steven Forrest, and co-author of "Skymates." She also co-authored the text for AIR Software’s "The Sky We Share” and "The Single Sky” synastry reports. Since June 1983, she has had a successful astrological practice. She has been published in all major astrological journals and has taught astrology at Omega Institute for Holistic Studies as well as …

  • American basketball player, American athlete. He played for the Milwaukee Bucks (1977-1984), Los Angeles Clippers (87-199) and Golden State Warriors (1989-1990). He retired from basketball in 1990 and appeared in several movies, including "White Men Can't Jump". Sometimes, he also works as a commentator and analyst on the game of basketball.

  • American bass player (Spock’s Beard).

  • John Grisham

    American author, a huge success with "The Firm", his second novel. Grisham went from being a state legislator and lawyer to becoming a novelist of high esteem. He had 110 million books printed by the time "The Testament" was published on February 2, 1999. Six of his ten novels have been made into movies.

  • American educator, writer, and gay activist. Will Roscoe was born in Seattle to a pharmacist mother and a father in chemistry. He was raised in Montana, where "sky, mountains and streams inspired me" to become a dreamer.

  • American television writer and playwright

  • American wrestler

  • American lucky winner of $25641,100 in Mass Millions lottery. He won with a quick-pick ticket he bought with his twin brother Lee three days earlier. They will now share the prize. They will receive payments over 20 years in approximately $850,000 per year. This will also help their parents who are in very poor health.

  • French official who served as the CEO of Europ Assistance Group from October 2003 to date.

  • Louisiana, USA; wrestler (WWF/AWA).

  • American singer who sang with "The New Generation", a rock group, "Little Sister" as well as backing Streisand's vocals. She arranges and writes her own songs. She also plays the lead piano in "Jezebel." Her debut album "Butterflies In Heaven", displays her strong voice and clear vocals.

  • American poet and drummer

  • French magistrate, a former advisor to Jacques Chirac, President of the Republic. He is currently Prime Advocate General at the Court of Cassation.

  • Italian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, best known for the songs "Ancora" and "E la musica va".


1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on February 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • American country-western singer/songwriter, who released a string hit singles in the 1970s as part the duo "England Dan" and John Ford Coley.

  • American murderer (d. 2002)

  • British holistic development author and educator.

  • American convicted murderer (d. 2002)

  • Texas, USA vocalist (England Dan & John Ford Coley – "I'd Really Like to See You Tonight", “Nights Are Forever Without You”, "Meet Me In Montana”).

  • American standup comedian and performer, who is a regular guest on "Johnny Carson Show", "Saturday Night Live" and other shows. He began his ten-year tenure with the Second City Improv Group in 1956. After studying political science at university, he went to Yale School of Drama from 1962 to 1963 and entered his first comedy club in the fall of …

  • Belgian Liberal politician, Parti RA (c)formateur LibA (c)ral(PRL), a minister in the government

  • American musician Melcher, who is also a noted American family and a talented music producer, is the son Doris Day, who was married to Al Jordan in her first marriage. Terry, his dad, committed suicide by shooting himself. Marty Melcher was Terry's third husband. It seems that $20 million had been missing from his family's coffers after his step-dad died.

  • Baseball pitcher (New York Yankees).

  • American shooting competitor

  • Nick Nolte

    American actor. One of HollywoodaEUR(tm),s most versatile stars. He can play a variety of characters, from a drunken bum, obsessed artist, to a sensitive, wounded hero. Nolte starred in more than 40 films as of the 2000 turn.

  • New Hampshire, United States -- Rock guitarist / vocalist (Circle Game, Urge For Going)

  • Indian singer-songwriter (d. 2011)

  • American journalist. She was a former staff writer at LIFE magazine. She has also written for numerous publications including The New York Times and Harper's. In the 1970s, she was LIFE's assistant editor. Eleanor Perry, a screenwriter and novelist, is her daughter.


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on February 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • American teacher who taught, counseled and lectured in psychotherapy and psychology for Astrologers since 1969. He was a dynamic and entertaining speaker, who was well-known at universities, clinics, medical schools, and conferences around the world. In the 1980's, Ideman was a member of Liz Greene to organize international conferences.

  • French archeologist held hostage by Tibesti rebels, later freed 1/30/1977

  • American author and pro-astrologer. His books include "Eighth House", "Engine of Destiny", and "Time Out of Mind". He was a substance abuser, drug and alcohol addict who left the community. He was appointed a guardian by the courts, and he lived with them until he died from a heart attack on 9/26/1984. His body was discovered nine days later.

  • Composer / songwriter (Sesame Street)

  • American composer and pianist (d. 1989).

  • Manfred Krug

    Duisburg, Germany -- Actor.

  • American homicide: Victoria Zielinski was murdered by her 15-year-old boyfriend. Her body was discovered on 3/05/1957. He was sentenced to death and spent 14 years in prison writing appeal after appeal, and two books, "Brief against Death" and "Getting Out." William F. Buckley, who was his friend, helped him to release his appeals on 12/06/1971.

  • USSR -- Pentathelete (1957-1958).

  • California, USA; actor (Jimmy Olsen - Superman).

  • Nigerian politician. He was elected senator for Ogun East in Ogun State during the Nigerian Fourth Republic. He ran on the Alliance for Democracy platform. On 29 May 1999, he was elected to office. As a pre-nominal style he also uses Otunba, his tribal title, to emphasize his status as chieftain of Yoruba people.

  • Rotterdam, Holland -- Soprano. (Ilya Idomeneo).

  • James Dean

    American actor. He was a star of 1955 and was nominated to the Best Actor Oscar. His role in "East of Eden" was followed by "Giant" in 1956. He was a cult favourite for his role in "Rebel Without a Cause", 1955. This title he apparently took as his own. Dean was rebellious and self-destructive. On 9/30/1955, he was involved …

  • Indiana, USA. American stage/film actor (Giant Rebel Without a Cause). (Dies 1955).

  • France sport Champion

  • Mexican politician, diplomat and businessman. He was the Mexican Secretary for Public Education, Commerce and Foreign Affairs.


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on February 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • Strasbourg Actor

  • French film actor. He is best known for his role as "Le gendarme" (as "Merlot") in the television series. However, he didn't appear in the sequels. He appeared in the 1967 television serial "Les Chevaliers du ciel". He died in September 2012 at the age of 52.

  • Italian family of distinction, the son Aldo Gucci and the brother to Paolo and Roberto. Guccio Guccio, his grandfather, was the founder of the fashion empire. He also fathered Aldo Guccio and Rodolfo. Aldo had three children, Georgio (1928), Paolo (1931), and Roberto (1932). Rodolfo only had one son, Maurizio (48).

  • Rueil-Malmaison EXecutives

  • Lons le Saunier physician

  • Canadian journalist and songwriter (d.2010)

  • American writer, with a staccato style. Beatnik and forerunner to the hippie movement.

  • French space pioneer and President of the Executive Council (1967-1976), Director General of National Centre for Space Studies (French Centre national d'A(c),tudes spatiales [CNES]), French government agency for space.

  • Jack Lemmon

    American actor. He has been a screen actor since 1954. He was the Best Supporting Actor in "Mister Roberts" in 1954. In 1973, he won an Oscar for Best Actor in Save the Tiger. He won Best Actor nominations in "Some Like it Hot", "The Apartment", and "Days of Wine and Roses." He appeared in two short TV sitcoms ("That …

  • Composer

  • Italian equestrian who won a Gold Medal at 1960 Olympics in Rome. He was a Colonel of Carabinieri since 1956, and his first World Championship was in 1960. He was a former executive of Italy's National Olympic Committee and is currently a technician of Federation of Equestrian Sport. DaEUR(tm);Inzeo was awarded the Military Cross of Portugal Army, Commander of Order …

  • Lana Turner

    American actress, onscreen since 1937. Nominated for an Oscar in 1957 for "Peyton Place". She was discovered while she was at Schwab's Drugstore. Her remarkable abilities in a sweater helped her rise to fame. She became known as "Sweater Girl" throughout WW II and was a popular pin-up.

  • Italian cyclist, who took part in 11 Tours of Italy as well as 5 Tours of France. He was a coach for teams since 1960.

  • baseball player.

  • Italy sport Champion

  • Canadian politician and colonel 21st Canadian Minister for National Defence (d.2011)


1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on February 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • American professional wrestler (Born 1918).

  • resistance fighter.

  • English broker / multi-millionaire

  • American wrestler and manager (d.2003)

  • French official who was Vice President of The Council of State, 1982-1987 and president of the French Institute of Administrative Sciences in the same time period.

  • Greek singer-songwriter (d. 2009)

  • German Nazi military, a 1/4 hrer (Major in the Waffen-SS) who received the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross for his personal destruction of 30 Russian tanks on the Eastern Front. For being wounded five times, he was awarded the Gold wound badge. He was 77 years old when he died in Gunzenhausen, Germany on 14 June 1990.

  • British Royal Air Force-marshal.

  • Betty Field

    Actress from King's Row, dies at 60 of cerebral hemorhage

  • French director and screenwriter. He wrote the story of A Cage of Nightingales (1945) with Georges Chaperot. They both received an Academy Award nomination for that film in 1947. The story of their lives would inspire the film The Chorus (2004), which was a huge success. He died 11 December 2000.


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on February 8th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • France sport Champion

  • American astrologer, who joined AFA in September 1953. She also was an active member the Washington Astrology Group. She left AFA her personal collection, including books and magazines, upon her death.

  • Alen?on Military man

  • Missouri, United States -- Television host (Science Fiction Theater).

  • The Dutch tennis player, Timmer, was a primarily a tennis player. Timmer won numerous golf tournaments and was the Dutch squash champion. He also played badminton, hockey, and golf. Timmer, 94, died in Bilthoven (Netherlands) on 13 November 1998.

  • French billiards master. He became a pro at the age of 19 and won a tournament in the world in 1938. His feat included a 1,224 point series in 1948, which was the European and World championships. He was the trainer of three world champions. Conti was the creator of billiards

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