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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on February 12th

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on February 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010

  • American notable family, the sons of actor Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green


2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on February 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on February 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on February 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Journalist

  • Japanese actress and model

  • The Spanish child was declared the reincarnation Lama Thubten Nohe, who died 3/04/1984. The boy, who was three years old, was crowned and given his robes, and made a Lama. Before the mother was pregnant, Lama Yeshe had been with the Spanish parents, Buddhist devotees. The child was extensively tested from infancy. He recognized his previous life.


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on February 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • Canadian ice hockey player

  • Ajay Naidu

    Indian-American actor

  • Actor (Revenge of Nerds II TV 101).

  • American drag performer

  • Swedish singer-songwriter

  • NFL defensive end (Dallas Cowboys).

  • American homicide accomplice in the murder of her mother, a 19-year-old man, Glastonbury CT. Dennis Coleman was convicted and sentenced to 34 years in prison for the murder of Joyce, her mother. Aparo was found not guilty of accessory to murder but will be tried again for conspiracy to commit murder.

  • Miss Utah-USA (1996).

  • tackle (Oakland Raiders).


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on February 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Darren Aronofsky

    American screenwriter, director and producer of film. He studied film and socioanthropology at Harvard University. The American Film Institute was where he learned directing. After completing Supermarket Sweep as his senior thesis, he won many film awards.

  • Norwegian singer (Bel Canto)

  • Canadian ice hockey player

  • South Korean manager and footballer

  • Ethiopian politician and educator (d. 2014).

  • French journalist and TV and Radio presenter.

  • Josh Brolin

    He is an American actor, well-known family member, and the dark and handsome child of Jane Agee and actor James Brolin. He is the stepson of Barbra Streisand's singer, and was most well-known as Bill Sterling Jr. on the TV series aEURoeMister SterlingaEUR (2003-).

  • American nomad, subject in biography Into the Wild (d.1992)

  • Chynna Phillips

    American singer and well-known family. She is the daughter of John and Michelle Phillips, "The Mamas and the Papas." When she was in her early 20s, she teamed up with Wendy Wilson and Carny Wilson. They are the daughters of Beach Boy Brian Wilson's wife Marilyn. Their self-titled debut album, "Wilson Phillips", was released in 1990. It set the record …

  • Canadian singer, dancer and pianist. Radio and television host.

  • Canadian ice hockey player

  • Raphael Sbarge

    Actor (Risky Business. My Science Project. Werewolf).

  • France; NHL defenseman (Tampa Bay Lightning).

  • NFL safety (New York Giants).

  • NFL tight end (San Francisco 49ers).

  • American actor

  • American actor whose film credits also include Christopher Guest's mockumentaries and the role of David Letterman on HBO's The Late Shift. He is also the star of Kath & Kim. He was recently cast as Peter Lovett on TV Land's original sitcom Happily divorced. Also, he played the role of Iknik Blackstone Varrick for The Legend of Korra.

  • Mexican drug lord (d.2015)

  • American radio personality


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on February 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Singer, songwriter, and co-founder of the Australian band The Go-Betweens. (Born 1958).

  • Canadian ice hockey manager and player

  • St. Louis, Missouri -- Playmate (July, 1983)

  • California, USA; rower (Olympics 1996).

  • Arsenio Hall

    American comedian, hip black comedian with a stylish outfit. He started his career as a late-night TV host in January 1989. He previously starred alongside Eddie Murphy in "Coming to America" 1988 and "Harlem Nights" 1989.

  • Scottish musician (Thin Lizzy, Motorhead).

  • French homicide: electrocution killed his wife 3/03/1986, Mans (France).

  • Dutch politician

  • Fraser Heston

    American screenwriter, motion pictures producer, and only child of Charlton Heston's wife Lydia. Heston made his directorial debut in 1989's "Treasure Island", starring Charlton Heston, his father. Heston Sr. said that Heston knew from two years old that it was wrong to talk while the director calls action. Heston made some noises on the set of "The Big Country," 1958. …

  • Italian track and field champion, who won a Gold Medal in the Pentathlon at 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles.

  • American baseball player

  • Comedian

  • American record producer and bassist

  • American homicide victim due to being at the wrong place at wrong time. On 8/08/1969, he was invited to visit his friend at Tate-Polanski's home in Hollywood Hills. Unexpectedly, he arrived at 11:45 to show his friend the clock-radio he had purchased at the shop where he worked. The Manson family was inside the main house, completing their grisly ritual.

  • Bird Moore; rocker (Triumph).

  • Michael Ironside

    Canadian screenwriter and actor

  • Italian folk/folk music singer-songwriter and composer, who achieved relative success in Italy as well as other European countries like France, Germany and Belgium.

  • Rock guitarist (Genesis Against All Odds / GTR)

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on February 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • Belgian screenwriter, producer, and film director. Her film "Between the Devil And the Deep Blue Sea" was accepted into the 1995 Cannes Film Festival.

  • Spanish singer-songwriter

  • Spanish singer, poet, and songwriter. He has released 14 studio albums, 2 live albums and 3 compilation albums.

  • Canadian politician

  • Baseball player (New York Mets).

  • Ray Kurzweil

    American inventor, futurist, author and director of engineering at Google. He is also involved in futurology fields like text-to-speech, speech recognition technology and electronic keyboard instrumentation. His books include topics such as health, artificial intelligence, transhumanism and thetechnological singularity. Kurzweil is a well-known public advocate for the transhumanist and futurist movements.

  • Welsh politician, Member of Parliament returning at the General Election 6/11/1987

  • LPGA golfer

  • Moroccan pro astrologer.

  • Canadian ice hockey player

  • Mississippi, USA. Country singer (Just Good Ol' Boys).

  • American singer

  • Peruvian religious. Archbishop Huancayo. He entered the Society of Jesus novitiate on 30 May 1961 and was ordained priest 18 December 1971. He completed his philosophical studies in July 1967 at the Faculty of Philosophy of the Society of Jesus, AlcalA! de Henares (Spain), and in 1972 he studied theology at the Pontifical and Civil School of Lima. He also …

  • English educator.

  • American photographer, best known for his series of photographs featuring dogs, primarily his Weimaraners, in different poses and costumes.

  • French homicide: shot a woman in Paris to death, 8/30/1984.

  • German pole-volter, born in DDR. He won the 1972 Munich Olympics gold medal and was three times European champion.

  • An army chief who became a statesman in the Israeli military. He was elected Prime Minister in June 1999, replacing Netanyahu. In an effort to make peace with Syria, he initiated a series negotiations that failed to bear fruit in 1999. In January 2000, he requested face-to-face negotiations with Syrian P.M. Hafez Assad rather than the Minister for Foreign Affairs. …

  • American baseball player (d.2006)

  • American family noted, son of Frank Warner Capra and Lucille Warner. He was a veteran TV news producer and executive producer for "Today" on NBC 1/29/1990. He was previously a producer at CBS News, ABC News, and news director at KNBC-TV Burbank.

  • Mountain climber (first Japanese to scale Everest).

  • Brazilian singer-songwriter and accordion player (d. 2013)


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on February 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • American musician and key borderer of the rock band "The Doors". Jim Morison, who he met at UCLA in 1965, founded the group. They practiced for several months before being hired to be a Whiskey-a-Go-Go house band for four months.

  • Iranian academic and engineer (d. 2000).

  • Educator

  • Actor/director (Black Marble. Traxx. Houston Knights).

  • Judy Blume

    American author of juvenile fiction. When she was just a child, her father died leaving her without a home. She attended an all-girls high school and continued her studies in ballet and modern dance until her senior year at college in 1959. She married a professional man and had two children with him. She was a bored suburbanite and began …

  • New Jersey, USA. Author (Wifey. Are You There God? It's Me Margaret Blubber, Forever

  • Baron Temple-Morris, British politician

  • Tulsa (Oklahoma) -- High jumper (1956 Olympics-Gold Medalist).

  • Italian royalty, king-in-exile of Italy. An arms dealer and businessman living in Switzerland. He was a friend of the Shah of Iran during the late 1950s. Married once.

  • American athlete (d. 2004).

  • Joe Don Baker
  • Wisconsin, USA; actor.

  • American actor

  • Golfer

  • American politician who served as a San Bernardino city council member, as a Democrat in California's State Assembly 1962-1974, and as a lobbyist for San Bernardino and Riverside, California. He was 12 years old when he was diagnosed as having polio. His mobility and ability to use a wheelchair and steel braces kept him in a wheelchair. Quimby, who was …

  • Gene McDaniels

    American vocalist/bandleader/actor (Young Swingers).

  • Basketball Player

  • Annette Crosbie

    She is a Scottish actress who was known for playing the wife in "One Foot in the Grave" from January 1990 to December 1995. She was also a guest star on several other series, including four seasons of "Doctor Finlay" from September 1993 to 1996. Crosbie's credits also include "Mind Your Own Business", a radio comedy that aired December 1987.

  • American academic and economist

  • Louisiana, USA: NBA star (Boston Celtics Olympics-gold-1956).

  • American basketball centre for the Boston Celtics 1956-1959; participated in the 1956 Olympics in Australia.

  • Holnam, North America’s largest cement manufacturer, is headed by a Swiss-American CEO. Von Wysss, who graduated from the Federal Institute of Technology (in 1956), started his career with a Swiss bank, where he currently owns 87% of Holnam. He enjoys riding his motorcycle to work or playing the violin with a chamber orchestra.

  • Morella; American politician (Representative-Republican-Maryland).

  • France sport Champion

  • Author and translator Dutch-American (d. 2008).

  • French geographer, specializing in geomorphology.

  • American politician, senator from Pennsylvania. In late March 1995, Specter announced his Rep. candidacy to be president. He was the fifth candidate to make this announcement. After his abuse of Anita Hill at the Clarence Thomas hearings, Specter lost favor with feminists and he resigned from the race on November 21st 1995. He is not stupid but tenacious. When he …

  • Irish politician and hurler (d. 2010).

1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on February 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • German actor on television and film, his films include "Ich Bin Ein Elefant Madame" from 1968.

  • John Barrymore

    American minor actor claimed to be the unborn son of John Barrymore. He looked very similar to Barrymore Sr., and presented a court affidavit. He was eccentric and an alcoholic who lived a lavish lifestyle. He wore clothing in the style of the 1920s, including a flowing cape. He was also a frequent Hollywood party-goer and occasionally played minor roles …

  • American quiz show contestant

  • French-American artist. She was recognized as one the most talented painters of her time, starting with an exhibition in May 1951. She is an abstract expressionist who often confuses critics looking for the meaning of her works. Mitchell was educated in Paris, New York and then moved to France in 1959. Age 67, she died in Paris on October 30, …

  • France sport Champion

  • British politician (d. 1984)


1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on February 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • Baseball outfielder (Boston Red Sox).

  • Amiens Journalist

  • American academic and psychologist (d. 2015).

  • American physicist, academic Nobel Prize laureate

  • Spanish painter and sculptor. He was only 22 years old when he was appointed Academic of Fine Arts in San Telmo, Malaga. He received encouragement and the visit Mariano Benlliure, a sculptor whom he had always admired and who was also a disciple. In his hometown, he was the Professor of Arts and Crafts. He began traveling to Italy in …

  • Multimillionaire American lawyer, who was once the mayor of San Francisco. In 1971, he was reelected for a second term. Surprised, he was reelected to a second term in 1971. He was charged with financial misconduct including nine counts each of conspiracy, bribery and mail fraud.

  • American animator and director, 1940s-1980s.

  • Alioto (Mayor-San Francisco).

  • Blois Writer

  • French singer, vocalist and humorist in the band "Les FrA'res Jacques", which has four members.

  • French painter, sculptor and teacher of art.

  • American singer, saxophonist and bandleader. Beneke was one of the most prominent blues singers of the 1940s.

  • Switzerland -- President

  • Beneke saxophonist/bandleader/vocalist (Glenn Miller Orchestra).

  • French teacher and dancer; her debut at Paris Opera Ballet Ballet 1930. She toured the world and danced with Paris Opera until 1953. After that, she continued in choreography and taught at Nice Conservatory. From 1957 to 1959, she was the director of Paris OpA(c]ra Ballet School and director of Ballet de Nice from 1962. She was awarded the LA(c]gion …

  • English playwright and author (d. 1972).

  • Bush golf professional.

  • English author (d. 1972)

  • London, England -- Actor (Doctor at the House).

  • Scottish documentary filmmaker, and first film critic for "The Scotsman", 1932-1941. He was 84 years old when he died in 1994.

  • French criminal sentenced to death and executed

  • Korean industrialist / founder (Samsung Business)

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on February 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • Belgian documentary film director. Between 1939 and 1955, he directed five films. His 1952 film Bongolo won the Cannes Film Festival in 1953.

  • American photojournalism educator (d. 1991).

  • Actor George-Dennis the Menace, dies at 55

  • German esoteric publisher. He established the Hermann Bauer Verlag and later bought the Ebertin Verlag. He also published the German astrological journal Meridian and Esotera for many years, which was dedicated to a wide variety of esoterism. After 1981, Bauer's daughter Waltraud and Friedrich Kirner led the company. Insolvency was declared for the company in 2003.

  • French artist. He was an expressionist and cubist, who also did theater design and ceramics. He is considered to be a member of the New Paris school. He is shown on the right with Picasso in center.

  • He was a German Nazi ideologyst, a powerful speaker and dynamic presenter. He also edited propaganda publications. As a young man, he was immersed in Nazi doctrine and became the custodian of German history in the Third Reich. He was elected President of the Reich Institute for History of New Germany (April 4, 1936).

  • Actor (Sgt Arcaro-Naked City)

  • British lawyer accountant and CEO at Associated Communications, a cellular telephone network company. Berkman earned his AB in English and received a LLB degree from Harvard Law University.

  • Rudolf Platte
  • French scientist and educator. Assistant at the Science Faculty of Paris 1928-1932 and of Strasbourg 1932-1938. Wolff was Senior Lecturer at the University of Strasbourg 1938 and Professor at Strasbourg's Sciences Faculty.

  • France sport Champion

  • Denver, Colorado -- TV host (Original Amateur Hour)

  • French Catholic priest, Bishop of Chartres.

  • British politician and Tory peer, Boothby was bisexual. 1964 newspaper reports claimed that Boothby had been in a homosexual relationship and was being blackmailed by one of the Kray brothers. Boothby denied any allegations. The newspaper group that had published the report on Boothby's alleged inference, printed an apology. Boothby was awarded damages of APS40,000.

  • French botanist who specialised in tropical phytopathology and mycology. His studies on the anatomy of the mushroom hymenium and the systematics and phylogeny higher fungi, mycology and ethnomycological work regarding hallucinogenic fungi like Psilocybe, Stropharia, and the systematics of higher fungi were his most well-known achievements. He died 17 September 1979.

  • American judge (d. 1983).

  • London, England -- Actor. (Let the People Sing Lilac Domino).

  • American jurist and lawyer 23rd Chief Judge of California (d. 1983).

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