List of celebrities and famous people who were born on February 11th
Famous birthdays on February 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102011
Famous birthdays on February 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002009
American family of note, first child and only son of British rapper M.I.A. (Mathangi Maya Arulpragasam), and environmentalist and musician Benjamin Bronfman.
Famous birthdays on February 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Japanese actress and model
Michael Jackson's son
American actor, voice actor and model. Also, a martial artist. Lautner is most well-known for his role as Jacob Black in The Twilight Saga, a film series that was based on Stephenie Meyer's novels.
American family of distinction, John Connolly's son was convicted of racketeering and obstruction of justice. He also lied to the FBI. Michael is the twins' first child.
South Korean actor and singer (2PM).
American family of distinction, the son John Connolly, who was convicted for racketeering and obstruction of justice, as well as lying to the FBI. Mark is the second twin; Michael was born twelve minutes earlier.
American musician (Never Shout Never).
Famous birthdays on February 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Filipina singer and television star
American child victim of murder and child abuse. She was a crack baby and her half-brother, and half-sister, were taken from their drug-addicted mom. Gustavo Izquierdo, her father, took her from the hospital and placed her in the care of the family. Elisa, whose parents were from Puerto Rico and Cuba, was a beautiful little girl. Prince Michael of Greece, …
Romanian basketball player
Estonian pole vaulter
The Automatic is a Welsh singer and guitarist
American musician (From the First to Last).
American football player
Australian snooker player
American singer (Destiny's Child).
California actress (Sally – Together We Stand).
Estonian artist writer and curator
Northern Irish Gaelic footballer (Born in 1980).
Famous birthdays on February 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
American entertainer and recording artist Brandy, also known by Bran'Nu. Her first five studio albums, which she released in the United States, have been sold more than 10.5 million copies. She also has over 30 million worldwide records.
French tennis player. He is best known for winning the bronze medal at the 2000 Olympics. Roger Federer defeated him in the semi-final, after beating Swedish Magnus Norman. He won the 1999 Palermo Tournament.
American singer and actress
American musician (Linkin Park & Fort Minor).
Ontario, Canada; 200 metre/800 metre swimmer (Olympics-1996).
Michigan; archer (alternate-Olympics-1996).
Kentucky; Miss Kentucky-America (1996-Top 10).
American basketball player.
California; actor (Wesley - Mr Belvedere).
American basketball coach and player
Miss USA-Nebraska (1997)
American race car driver
Slovak footballer (d. 2013)
American radio host
French road racing cyclist who participated in five Tour de France races. Hinault retired from competition after the 2014 season. In October 2014, Hinault was named as the directeur sportif of the Bretagne-SA (c)chA (c) Environnement team in 2015.
American actor, spokesman
Norwegian writer, musician, and convicted murderer. He founded Burzum, a one-man band of music and was a part of the first Norwegian black metal scene.
South Korean actress
linebacker (Cincinnati Bengals).
American wrestler and promoter
American composer and pianist (The Bad Plus).
English motorcycle racer (Born in 1985).
ADO Den Haag).
German footballer and coach (d.2012)
Illinois, USA; tennis star (1993 Melbourne Open).
Swedish singer and songwriter (Meshuggah).
Iowa, USA; rower (Olympics-1996).
Famous birthdays on February 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American actress best known for her role as Rachel, the sexy waitress in the television comedy "Friends," which debuted in 1994.
American baseball pitcher (Saint Louis Cardinals).
American porn director and actress
Manager and sportscaster for Nigerian-English footballers
California, USA; actress (Rachel-Friends).
Gladstone, Australia -- Playmate, Oct 1988
US baseball pitcher (Seattle Mariners).
Miss Wisconsin-USA (1996).
NFL outside corner/tackle (Kansas City Chiefs).
He was an Italian swimmer who won a Gold Medal in water polo with the Italian team at the Olympics, Barcelona 1992. He was part of the Italian team that won the Bronze Medal at the Atlanta Olympics on 7/28/1996.
He was an Italian soccer/football player, and team manager. He played for Napoli (1984aEUR”1994) and Juventus (1994aEUR”2005), as well as the national teams of Italy from 1985 to 2000.
American baseball infielder (San Francisco Giants).
Ontario, Canada; NHL left-wing (New York Islanders).
New Jersey, USA. Rower (Olympics 1996).
American musician and keyboard player for the group Shadowfax. ChakmakianaEUR (tm)'s music is described as "New World Music". The group included Armen Chakmakian and Andy Abad as well as Stuart Nevitt, Ramon Yslas and Armen Chakmakian.
Colin McAllister is a Scottish interior decorator and TV presenter.
New York, USA. Actor (Chase-The Young and the Restless).
Actor and comedian from France.
Saint Louis Rams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers).
in West Germany; tennis star.
Russia; NHL center (New York Islanders).
French comedian, actor, and political activist. His father is from Cameroon; his mother is from France.
New York, USA. Actor (Chase-The Young and the Restless).
Australian netball coach and player
Indiana, USA. LPGA golfer (1992 Sara Lee-8th).
French pop and reggae singer, composer for "The Marathonians", son of singer Albert Chénier who died aged 33 in a car accident.
American politician and Republican candidate to be the US Vice President in 2008. Before being elected by John McCain (candidate to President), she served as Governor of Alaska for 18-months and was mayor of Wasilla in AK.
American wrestler and martial artist
Police officer from Liechtenstein and politician, 13th Prime Minister of Liechtenstein
Astrologer Amercan who specializes in spiritual integration and life transitions, as well as revealing the lessons from the soul.
Manager and footballer from Spain
Norwegian activist (d. 2014)
American baseball player (San Francisco Giants).
American singer, songwriter, and musician. Her music combines elements of pop, rock, folk, hip-hop, country and even hip-hop. Crow has also performed with The Rolling Stones, and she has sang duets with Michael Jackson. King, Tony Bennett, and Sting are just a few of the many people she has sung duets with. She has performed backing vocals for Tina Turner …
Mexican wrestler (d.2008)
American actress and model
Brazilian publisher of Edicoes Siciliano, a publishing house that operates a chain of book-stores. Siciliano is the author of the esoteric line, which she enjoys personally. She is married and has no children.
French politician and member of the National Assembly of France. He is a representative of Val-de-Marne and a member the Union for a Popular Movement.
New York, USA. Actress (Me and Him Guardian Dangerously Close).
French homicide: A French driver was killed in a car accident on 11/02/1986.
California, USA; vocalist ("Mischief").
1984, 1988, 1992).
Connecticut, USA; astronaut.
American astronaut and engineer
Scottish-Japanese author journalist and songwriter
Famous birthdays on February 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Scottish TV actress, best known for her two-year stint in "Brookside" and "Take the High Road" daily soap.
Scottish mezzo-soprano, whose career was launched in 1985 by a worldwide tour with Andre Previn (LA Philharmonic)
Brazilian race car driver
US judo coach (Olympics-1996).
English journalist and author
Dutch artist, sculptor, and photographer
French homicide. She strangled her children, Annecy, France, with the help of her husband and buried them.
He is a French jazz musician. His father was a violin teacher at the university. His mother painted, and his brother was a pianist. Young Didier, aged 6, entered the Conservatory to follow his father's footsteps. He was 13 when he joined the Calais Municpal Theatre orchestra. He joined the jazz band Magma in 1973 and toured for four years …
American singer and guitarist (Bad Brains)
American singer and actress
New York, USA. Actress (Fort Apache, Bronx, Touched).
American homicide. A loner, upset over his recent divorce from his wife, shot and killed Robin Philbrook in an Amesbury parking lot at 12:30 pm on 10/01/1992. Robin Philbrook, a 31 year-old mother of her two children from a previous marriage, was shot once to the head by him.
French homicide: A man who lived by deceit. He failed his second year of medical school in 1975. Time passed and he decided to not tell his parents. Instead, he continued his studies without passing the exams. He declared that he was a doctor at the right moment and continued living the lie for 18 more years, pretending to his …
American screenwriter and director
Florida, USA; actress
American politician, Governor of Florida from 1999 to 2007, and a well-known family member, the second child of President George Bush. He worked briefly at the Texas Commerce Bank after graduating from the University of Texas at Austin, in 1973. After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin in 1973, he moved to Florida where he became a land …
music figure (Blues Brothers).
Frankfurt-on-Main, Germany -- German FR, Lieutenant Commander USN / Astronaut
American baseball player (d.2014)
California, USA; actor ("Dane – Thorn Birds")
Italian vintner implicated in scandal of adding wine additives in April 1986.
Estonian politician and geographer (d. 2014).
Actress (Schipper Next To God)
Istook; American politician (Representative-Republican-Oklahoma).
Famous birthdays on February 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
French politician and leader of the Independent Ecological Movement, (Mouvement Ecologiste IndAcpendant - MEI), which he established in 1994 to replace the Greens. MEI was unable to attract more than 100 supporters due to Green's electoral agreements with larger parties. MEI claimed that it was purely an ecologist and not a political party. Waechter did not win enough endorsements the …
rock guitarist (Blackfoot).
American college and professional football player. From 1971 to 1975, he was a defensive tackle for the Ohio State Buckeyes and later for the Toronto Argonauts.
French-Canadian music executive; father to Veronique Cloutier
French writer, director and comic book creator.
American singer-songwriter/producer (The Unifics), (d. 2013).
Prince Katsura of Japan (d. 2014)
American stand-up comedian
Los Angeles, California -- Playmate (Dec, 1966)
French radio journalist, TV host, and writer. He was privileged to direct FranASSoise dolto's daily radio interviews (1976). He also became well-known with "Perdu de vue", a French reality-show that aired in 1990.
Scottish musician who can play a rock bass guitar, keyboards and sax, as well as being a singer/composer. He and his brother Phil formed "The Gentle Giant", which released LPs such as "Acquiring the Taste", 1971, and "Three Friends" (in 1972). The group disbanded after he left it in the late 1970s.
Japanese politician and engineer 60th Prime Minister of Japan
French rugby union player, fullback, 1.79m and 78kg, also known as Monsieur Finale or Riton or Le Joker.
American interior designer who has worked with celebrities. She is the daughter to New York socialite Slim Keith, and Howard Hawks, a film director. Kitty Hawks was educated at Smith College. She also graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles' school of architecture and urban design. She was the creative director at Perry Ellis, and also a member of …
Scottish-English footballer (d. 2007).
American comedian and author
Canadian actor, screenwriter, and politician
Walker; CEO (Iceland Frozen Foods).
Norwegian diplomat and politician from the Christian Democratic Party. Between 2001 and 2007, he was Ambassador to the United States and Foreign Minister of Norway between 1997 and 2000. k was the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities from 2007 until 2013. He was elected to the Board of Commissioners of International Commission on Missing Persons in September 2013.
Political and academic leaders in Syria
American basketball coach and head coach for the Washington Wizards.
American lawyer, FBI agent and U.S. Representative of Ohio
Director (Charachar, Grihajuddha)
Rene Bousquet, a French assassin on a political figure was assassinated. Didier, a failed writer, attracted some attention with demonstrations he organized during civil events. Bousquet was murdered in his apartment at 8:45 am on 6/08/1993. He had been convicted in 1991 of crimes against humanity for his role in the Vichy police's general secretary during WW II (1942-1944).
American politician (d. 2016)
Essayist and short story writer
French singer-songwriter and songwriter, whose most well-known song is "Je Suis Malade", which she co-wrote with Alice Dona. This song has been performed by many artists, including Lara Fabian (and Dalida).
British Member of Parliament.
Stan Szelest American keyboard player (The Band) (d. 1991)
American homicide victim, killed 1/11/1994 by Thomas LaCava, her estranged husband. She was an attractive, white woman who worked as a Yellow Freight customer service representative in Shrewsbury. She was scared of her husband of 30 year and had obtained a temporary restraining order in April after he threatened to kill herself and set fire to their home. In September …
British Member of Parliament.
Rock producer (On The Boards).
Comic book character (Archie).
American singer-songwriter (d.2016)
Brazilian composer and pianist
American baseball player, a right-throwing/left-hitting pitcher with the Cincinnati Reds, California Angels, and Chicago White Sox between 1962 and 1969.
Stuntman (Species Mrs Soffel Return of the Jedi).
British-born New Zealander. Astrologer and author of books on astrology. He also researched astrological themes in his postgraduate thesis.
American heiress, widowed by Henry Ford II, 70. He died from pneumonia on 9/29/1987. From a trust of $350 million, he left Kathleen $3 million in cash and the income, which was estimated at $15million per year. He also gave homes in London, Palm Beach, and Detroit. His generous will to Kathleen sparked a bitter court battle that ended in …
American soldier and politician (d. 2014.)
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania -- Basketball player (1968 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
Popular Irish writer and TV anchorwoman for the show "Holiday". She was forced to leave the BBC in 1991 after ten years of service. The BBC received over 1,000 complaints. Gregg was a broadcaster for Radio 4's "Breakaway" from 1991 to 1997, when she was fired again.
Famous birthdays on February 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Lawyer and politician from New Zealand, English
Queens, New York -- Rock singer (married Carole King).
American poet and author
American singer-songwriter (d. 2007.)
American singer-songwriter (d. 2007.)
USSR -- Ice hockey (1964 Olympics, Gold Medalist).
USSR -- Ice hockey (1964 Olympics, Gold Medalist).
Portuguese singer and actress
English composer and pianist
American singer and guitarist (d.2010)
Australian cricketer and sportscaster
Canadian ice hockey player
Dutch violinist/playwright (The Family).
French ethnologist, explorer, and author. Twenty books were written by him, mainly about his Himalayan-Tibetan expeditions. Peissel was an Explorers Club emeritus Member and a Fellow in the Royal Geographical Society. Peissel died in Paris, 7 October 2011.
Rector (Exeter College-Oxford).
American actor and virile leading man in films of the 1960s and 1970s. He was a budding football star and signed with the Baltimore Colts before sustaining a knee injury in an auto accident that forced him to retire from football. In 1955, he switched to acting after he had become a part of the Baltimore Colts.
Georgia, USA; actor (Evening Shade. Striptease. Cannonball Run. Smokey and the Bandit. Dan August. Deliverance.
English actor (d.2013)
American singer and guitarist (d.71)
The dictator and strongman of Panama, a Panamanian dictator, who oversees immigration, law enforcement and customs. Twelve indictments were filed against him by U.S. federal authorities in 1989. The U.S. accused him of receiving at least $4.6million in payments from the Medellin cartel, Columbia, to protect cocaine shipment shipments.
Virginia, USA; rock singer/guitarist ("Be-Bop A-Lula")
English-Welsh fashion designer
American politician and Missouri governor. He was a respected and honorable public servant, in the tradition Harry Truman. His goal was to replace Republican Senator John Ashcroft. He was a democrat and was elected to office in November 1992, 1996, with his term ending in January 2001.
English race car driver and motorcycle racer
New York, USA. Actress (Ginger - Gilligan's Island. Julie - Dallas).
French notable family member, the daughter unmarried parents Edith Piaf, singer, and Louis Dupont. Piaf was 17 when she was born.
Pennsylvania, USA; pianist/professor at the Jerusalem Academy of Music
American boxing commentator and author (Showtime).
American politician, whose political career was marred by scandal.
USSR -- Cross-coutry skier (1960 Olympics, Gold Medalist).
American academic and painter (d. 2007).
Famous birthdays on February 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
American professional athlete, a baseball player
New York, USA. Actor (Mork, Mindy, Quark and Bonino).
American politician and educator (d. 2013).
CEO (Esso United Kingdom).
French Tenor, especially associated with French and Italian characters roles in a repertoire that ranges from Baroque to contemporary.
Lawyer and politician for Canadian businessmen
Canadian-American actor and TV star who, by 1989, had acted in 39 films and nearly 1,500 TV shows. He was a comedian who made a name for himself in the 1980s with hilarious spoofs like "Airplane!" He is also known for "Police Squad" as well as "Airplane!" He was given a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.
Lyon-based French chef who is known for his high quality restaurants and innovative approach to cooking. He is a prominent chef associated with nouvelle cuisine. This cuisine is lower-calorie and less expensive than traditional cuisine and emphasizes the importance of using fresh, high quality ingredients. Because he had many students, many of which have gone on to become famous in …
American sex therapist, author, and co-founder of Masters and Johnson Institute, St. Louis, MO, in 1973. After completing her studies at the University of Missouri, she began working with Masters as a research assistant on 1/02/1957. They established the Reproductive Biology Foundation in 1964. This foundation allowed the study of psychology and physiology sexual intercourse using volunteers under laboratory conditions.
American actress (Born in 1925).
Renowned Masters and Johnson. American psychologist.
New Mexico, USA; actress (Right Stuff).
Oriental art historian
American military. He was a four-star general in US Army and was formerly commander of US forces Europe in the late 70s. He was a combat veteran of three wars, including Vietnam, Korea, and WWII. He was wounded in a terrorist attack on Heidelberg, Germany on September 15, 1981. After his military service was over, he entered the business world …
Belgian politician, 1980 Minister for Bruxelles
English philosopher and academic (d.2010)
French military officer during World War II. He was a member the resistance and served in the French Foreign Legion, the French Parachute Brigades. Today the 11th Parachute Brigade is known. He was appointed interim commandant of the 1st Foreign Parachute Regiment, which was disbanded in 1961. He led his regiment to the Generals' Putsch in May 1961.
American politician and chairman of the Senate Finance Committee was named vice-presidential running partner to Michael Dukakis, 7/13/1988. He was a veteran of the Senate and House for nearly 25 years. He is known for his pragmatic leadership and moderate to conservative voting. Republican George Bush won the presidency in the November 1988 elections.
French actress and star of French cinema at the start of World War II. After the war, her association with the German occupation saw her sentenced to "national humiliation". She wrote an autobiography and died 22 January 1950 of tuberculosis at the age of 28.
American scholar and translator (d. 2007.)
Missoni, an Italian fashion designer and hurdler, was founded in 2013.
Clermont-Ferrand Military man
NYC, New York -- Actor. (Bert Munson All in the Family).
I of Egypt (d. 1965).
American baseball manager and player (d. 2012).
Cairo, Egypt -- The Last King of Egypt (1936-52)
Egyptian royalty, the son and successor of Fuad I, ruler of Egypt 1937-1952. His reign began with a sense of promise and hope and ended in scandal, corruption, thievery and indolence. Educated in England, he returned to take over the throne with a life-style that became increasingly profligate along with political ineptitude. In the beginning, the reign of King Farouk …
Farouk of Egypt (d. 65)
American author (d. 1976)
Pensacola Military man
science fiction author (d.1976)
American general (d. 1978)
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United States -- Sci-fi author (Dark Universe, Last Leap)
Famous birthdays on February 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Hungarian-American actress, youngest of three glamorous European immigrants to Hollywood. Although Eva was much-married and the subject of much gossip, she actually has a long list film and stage credits and, in September 1965, a very successful TV sitcom called "Green Acres."
Tacoma, Washington -- Slalom skier (1948 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
USA; Founded at Disney Studio in 1939 as an animation studio, hundreds of sculptures were created for Disneyland attractions. In 1983, Disney Legend was retired.
American writer. Despite being disregarded by literary critics, he is loved by millions. He is one of few popular novelists who consistently top bestseller lists. His output includes more than 200 TV scripts and 25 major motion pictures. He also won an Edgar Allan Poe Award from Mystery Writers of America. 17 of his novels have been sold over 300 …
Italian film director. He was one of the most idealistic and neorealist filmmakers in the 1940s and 1950s. His films were punctuated with passionate calls for social reform.
Paris 16éme Politician
Kinneir graphic designer.
Indian revolutionary (d. 1976).
Social Scientist / gerontologist
Artist / critic
American actress (d. 1995).
Author and scholar of the English soldier (d. 2011).
Borgerhoff Mulder is a judge at the Amsterdam court.
American singer-songwriter/pianist (d. 2002).
Dutch constitutional lawyer.
San Pedro composer.
American attorney and astrologer who oversaw all legal aspects of AFA's founding and incorporation in 1938. He was also a counsel over many years and officially joined AFA on 4/06/1948 as an astrologer. Horton was involved in many types of work at AFA Headquarters until his retirement.
Czech-American pianist and educator (d.94)
England, United Kingdom -- Poet/Narist (Lost Season).
French Nazi collaborator and marketing chairman for a cosmetics firm. Beginning in 1944, he spent five years in prison.
Napajedla, Czechoslovakia -- Pianist (Julliard)
chancellor (Glasgow University).
Sir Alexander Cairncross, a Scottish economist, was his name. Under the influence of John Maynard Keynes, a leading light of the 1944 Bretton Woods Conference, where the World Bank and International Monetary Fund were founded, he became an economist lecturer.
Italian soccer player. He was 70 years old when he died.
Famous birthdays on February 11th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Omaha, Nebraska -- Heavyweight boxing champ (1934-35)
Omaha, Nebraska -- Heavyweight boxing champ (1934-35)
US writer/director/producer (All about Eve), dies at age 83 (born 1909).
American filmmaker, producer, and writer. He created many iconic films in Hollywood's golden age of the '30s, '40s, and '50s.
Le Tr?port Military man
Indonesian linguistic / author / Novelist
English geologist and explorer (d.1999)
American producer, screenwriter and director (d. 1992).
Geologist/explorer (British Antarctic Survey).
Swanton sports commentator and author.
Belgium sport Champion
Brazilian historian, whose works established a Brazilian historiographic tradition that was both Marxist and critical of Stalinist stageism. He died in SAPSo Paulo, 23 November 1990.
American builder and entrepreneur. Lewitt was the first to use a wide range of assembly-line methods in housing construction. This enabled him to build affordable houses quickly and easily, which were first offered in Levittown (NY) after World War II. William and Alfred, his brother, won a contract from the government to build 2,350 housing units in Norfolk, VA, for …
He is a French composer and musician. In 1936, he founded the group Jeune France. From 1945 to 1965 he taught at L'Institut des Hautes A%0tudes CinA(c)matographiques. Le Musicien dans la CitA (c), which he completed in 1937, is his most famous work. He died in Paris, November 9, 1988.
British chief marshal for air.
La Machine Military man
Netherlands -- Indonesian writer (Camp diary)
French painter, book illustrator, engraver, and designer of postage stamps died at Versailles on the 18th July 1977.
Prime Minister of New Zealand (d.83)
LaBouisse was the UNICEF Director (1965-1979).
New Zealand stateman 1904-1983. Sir Holyoake, a farmer, was active in agriculture organizations during the 1930s and 1940s. He entered Parliament in 1932. He was a member of the National Party and became Deputy Leader in 47. In
Chilean priest, philosopher, and theologian. Author of over 10 books on topics related the philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas as well as Ortega y Gasset, Juan VA!zquez De Mella. His life was devoted to teaching at different universities. He had many admirers as well as foes.
Worker, musician and poet. He was also a playwright and founder of the Popular Ateneo de AlmodA3var del Rio (1925), his last Republican mayor.
Austrian composer and conductor (d.68)
Danish architect designed Aarhus City Hall (d. 1971).
Irish politician, son James Connolly (d. 80).
German continental philosopher, most famous for his 1960 magnum opus Truth and Method about hermeneutics.
Japanese activist and educator (d. 1958).
Great polo player (Westchester Cup 1924, 27, 30, 39)
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Japanese educator (d. 1958)