List of celebrities and famous people who were born on February 13th
Famous birthdays on February 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002000
Famous birthdays on February 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901997
American family, the son Michael Jackson and Debbie Rowe, a well-known American musician. His birth was under extreme security to protect his privacy, as well as the fame and eccentricity of his father.
He was a French long-distance swimmer who won a gold medal in the European championships (25kms freestyle) on 17 August 2014.
Actress and singer from Wales
French pop singer and songwriter, he released a single hit "Pas là" in 2015 and won several prizes.
British synchronized swimmer
Famous birthdays on February 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Canadian actress and singer (One More Girl).
Actor and singer from England
American baseball player
Soap Opera Actor
Scottish tennis player
Cape Verdean-French singer
South Korean actress
Ellis Remy. Montserratian footballer
American baseball catcher for the Florida/Miami Marlins (1999aEUR") and Kansas City Royals (1913aEUR") He is the son and grandson of Tim Hayes Jr., both former professional baseball players. In 2011, Brett married Elizabeth, his long-time girlfriend.
Estonian biathlete and orienteer
American baseball player
American soccer player
Norwegian guitarist (Bushman's Revenge)
American middle-distance track runner
Argentinean-born Italian rugby player
Puerto Rican wrestler
English comedian and author
Florida, United States -- Gymnast (1996 Olympics)
Famous birthdays on February 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Norwegian terrorist and confessed perpetrator of the attacks on Norway in 2011. Eight people were killed when Breivik attacked Oslo's government buildings on 22 July 2011. Then, he carried out a mass shooting on a camp belonging to the Workers' Youth Liga of the Labour Party, which resulted in the deaths of eight people.
Miss North Dakota Teen-USA (1997).
French sopranist countertenor
Swedish actress and model
Finnish player in ice hockey
Scottish guitarist (My Dying Bride).
American football player
Canadian singer-songwriter/guitarist (Annihilator & Terror Syndrome).
JAPrg Bergmeister German race car driver
American-Mexican screenwriter and producer of Mexican actor
New Zealand; 200 metre (Olympics-1996).
Puerto Rican musician and writer
English race car driver
British singer, songwriter and entertainer. Record sales of over 55 million. He was the recipient of numerous British awards and inducted into The UK Music Hall of Fame (2004). He was part of Take That, a pop group from 1990-1995 and again in 2009-2012.
Professional poker player from Denmark
French rapper and musician, RV Lardic, RV Trezen or RV 13n are all known.
American actor and rapper
NFL linebacker (Detroit Lions).
German race car driver
Finland; NHL forward (Olympics-bronze-1998, Phoenix Coyotes).
NFL running back (Philadelphia Eagles).
American singer-songwriter (The National).
American baseball pitcher (Los Angeles Dodgers).
NFL tackle (Houston Oilers).
Italian pro basketball player, team member, and 12 other women of the Italian National Team were winners of the European Silver Medal in Rome on 6/15/1995.
American basketball player and a Notre Dame guard once.
Norwegian singer-songwriter and pianist
NFL guard (Buffalo Bills).
141 pounds (64kg) US weightlifter (alternate-Olympics-1996).
Famous birthdays on February 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American actresses and sopranos
Romanian boxer and driver of a race car
American actor and bodybuilder
French-English actor and director
World Music Singer
French champion in Judo who became a TV host
American baseball player. He is an outfielder for Chicago Cubs. After being selected in 17th round of free agent draft, Mieske was signed by San Diego Padres. His career is average and there are no highlights. During his nine-year stint in the major league, he played for three different teams. The first three years of his pro baseball career were …
American choreographer and dancer who was born in New York. She was a dancer with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theater (Balanchine repertoire), New York City Ballet, Lincoln Center, and the BA(c]jart Ballet Lausanne. From which she performed the main roles from Maurice BA(c]jart's repertoire for over 20 years.
Infielder for the US baseball team (LA Dodgers).
Coach and footballer from Bulgaria
New Hampshire, USA; Miss New Hampshire-America (1990).
American actor. He was seen in 2002 with Tom Cruise in "Minority Report." He graduated from Barnstable High and earned a BFA degree in acting at Syracuse University. He also studied at London Academy. He was first seen as Snoopy in Charlie Brown's "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown." He was an adult and he was Lieutenant Hawk in Star …
American actor. He was seen in 2002 with Tom Cruise in "Minority Report." He graduated from Barnstable High and earned a BFA degree in acting at Syracuse University. He also studied at London Academy. He was first seen as Snoopy in Charlie Brown's "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown." He was an adult and portrayed Lieutenant Hawk in Star Trek …
Canadian producer and guitarist (Annihilator).
Tel Aviv, Israel -- Actress (Warrior queen)
California, USA; actor (Donny) - Married the First year
7th Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea: Papua New Guinean politician and accountant
Milwaukee, Wisconsin -- Triple jumper
Belgian scriptwriter and illustrator.
American victim of homicide. Her body was discovered in her car's trunk on 9/15/1992, parked in Revere MA. She was severely beat, stabbed, and strangled to death.
Japanese musician (Boredoms)
Germany; equestrian (Olympics-1996).
American astronaut and engineer captain
Los Angeles, California -- Playmate (November, 1984)
American actress. In 1981, she graduated from Florence High School in Mississippi.
French basketball coach and former professional player (1985-1995)
Italian skier who is a specialist in downhill racing.
American politician and 8th Governor of Puerto Rico
American wrestler and manager
American comedian, actor, and musician (Black Flag).
American producer and actor
rocker (Cult - "Fire Woman").
Canadian singer-songwriter and keyboard player (Skinny Puppy PlatEAU The Tear Gardens and Hilt).
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Canadian musician (Skinny Puppy, Subconscious Communications)
Burma; Australasia golfer.
American homicide: An unbalanced woman murdered her neighbor to take her child and claim it as her own on 9/27/2000. Michelle had, reportedly, suffered a miscarriage years before and had desperately wanted a child. In 1994, she was sentenced to six months imprisonment for receiving stolen property.
Scottish politician and Member to Parliament. He was elected by By-Election on 11/27/1990. He succeeded Norman Buchan, who died 10/23/1990.
English politician and journalist
Russian-German chess player, author
American football coach and player
U2's bass player
Rock bassist (Culture Club - Do You Want to Hurt me)
Vermont, USA; actor ("Captain America Deadly Deception").
Anaheim, California -- Diver (1984 Olympics - Silver Medalist)
Italian referee for the 2002 World Soccer Championship Final; he also holds a degree as a financial advisor.
American actor, son of J.D. Salinger and Claire Douglas Salinger.
Mexican teacher and pro-astrologer, Lesur is based in Mexico City, Cuernavaca, and Monterrey. Lesur has written more than 100 articles on astrology, mythology, and astronomy for Mexican newspapers and magazines. He was a UAC faculty member in 1998 and 1995, and currently serves as president of Mexico Chapter of NCGR.
Famous birthdays on February 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
National Hockey League defenceman
Canadian ice hockey player
Swedish screenwriter and actress
Canadian politician and journalist
American victim of serial killers Michael Bear Carson (and Suzan Barnes Carson), also known as the "San Francisco Witch Killers". Their murder spree began at Haight-Ashbury, March 1981 when they attacked Barnes, 22, in their San Francisco apartment. They beat her with a fryingpan and then stabbed her 13 more times. Then they hid her body in the basement wrapped …
Canadian bookstore owner, publisher and activist of Cannabis Culture magazine. He ran for Parliament in 1980 as a Libertarian Party candidate, but lost. Later, he became an organizer for "Unparty", and in 1984, he co-founded Freedom Party of Ontario.
English actor and stuntman (d.93)
English illustrator and painter
American author and fitness trainer
Tony Butler English bass player (Big Country, On the Air).
Tennessee, USA; vocalist (Girls Next Door - "Don't Be Cruel").
English singer and bass player (Joy Division New Order Freebass Revenge & Monaco).
Manager and footballer from Ireland
Princess Alia bint Al Hussein of Jordan
Actor (Brick Santa Barbara, Solar Crisis and Robocop).
American politician and judge of law
rock bassist (Loverboy - "Get Lucky").
French socialist politician and current Chief of Staff to President FranASSois Hollande. He joined the Sarkozy–Fillon government in 2007 and was appointed Secretay for State for European Affairs.
Pitcher (Angels), takes a 35-degree shot of himself
Filipino singer and TV host
Filipino pop singer
Tennessee, USA; actress (Tiffany-General Hospital).
Tanzanian runner (5km indoor record).
Belgian road cycling racer. He was the main opponent to the great Eddy Merckx. He is the current curator of the Tour of Flanders Museum.
English bass player (Be-Bop Deluxe, Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel). (d. 1988).
American bass player (Foreigner), (d. 2014.)
New York, USA: rock bassist (Foreigner-"Cold As Ice")
Hong Kong -- Murderer (FBI Most Wanted List)
American singer and actor
English biochemist and academic
American mastering engineer
Connecticut, USA; actor ("My Sister Sam", Seperate Vacations).
British rock star and musician, he was the lead singer of "Genesis" from January 1967 to May 1975. His own band, Peter Gabriel, was formed. His visual showmanship and mime on stage creates wild audience excitement. This makes him a popular headline act. His success can be attributed to his theatrics as well as his music.
Australian bass player and songwriter (Rainbow Uriah Heep, Living Loud).
An English politician and lawyer
Famous birthdays on February 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Austrian screenwriter and producer of actor (d. 2015).
English singer-songwriter/pianist (Fairport Convention, Giles Giles and Fripp).
A Scottish politician, a Member in Parliament, Labour representative, was elected at the General Election on 6/11/1987.
American Astrologer, charming and approachable. Gay, George died May 1995 from AIDS.
French swimmer, athlete who participated in the 1964 Summer Olympics as well as the 1968 Summer Olympics.
Australian guitarist and singer-songwriter
American diplomat and soldier 21st United States National Safety Advisor
American basketball coach and player
French biologist and current director of Genoscope. He was a pioneer in the analysis and sequencing of genomes.
English educator and composer
English trombonist and accordion player.
English author and historian
American composer and author (d. 2011).
English academic and biologist
The Jerry Springer Show, a British-American talk show host, is a controversial, violent and confrontational television program. Although the program is now much more civilized, the host still manages to justify the show's morality. SpringeraEUR(tm), 1998's book "Ringmaster" takes the reader behind the scenes at the hit show, and also includes information about his personal and professional life.
American baseball player. He is a right-handed third baseman for the Milwaukee Brewers. His debut was made on 9/03/1966. He is also an executive at the Bando McGlocklin Capital Group.
New York, USA. Actress (Grease and The Big Bus, Without a Trace).
Indian composer and actor (d. 2006).
Nigerian percussionist (d. 1983)
Polish actor and director of theatre. From 1966 to 1966, he studied at Krakau. He then got his first acting gig in Wroclaw. He has been seen in many TV and movie productions since the 1980s. His daughter Maria Peszek was born 9 September 1973. She is an actress and singer. Blazej, his son, is an actor.
Nigerian drummer (Traffic Can & Zahara) (d. 1983).
American biblical scholar and writer, author of books about the Gnostic gospels, Satan, and "The Gnostic Gospels", 1973.
New Jersey, USA; actor (Jeff - Petticoat Junction, Jackpot).
United States -- Sci fiction author (High Tech Knight and Flying Warlord).
American actress and model. She has appeared in more than 50 films, ten Broadway plays, and over 200 TV shows. At 12 years old, she was a professional stage actress. She began her career with "Anniversary Waltz" on Broadway. She was a dancer, model and also worked for Playboy in 1965. She is best known for her films "The Stripper", …
American astronaut and pilot pilot
Indiana, USA; Captain US Navy/astronaut (STS 51D, STS 34).
American actress and folk singer, since 1966. She has credits in numerous theatrical productions and commercials. In 1984, she starred in six episodes of General Hospital.
New York, USA. Actress (Night Stalker Fantasy Island, Immortal).
First Lady of Tennessee
Goteborg, Sweden -- Actor (North Dallas 40, Walking Tall)
German photographer and painter (d. 2010).
French celebrity chiropractor and star doctor, Picasso was among his patients.
Norwegian academic and computer scientist
Norwegian computer scientist
Dutch politician and sociologist Mayor of Rotterdam
French Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Apostolic Nuncio since 2015.
Famous birthdays on February 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American pastor theologian, author
British actor. He is a tall, powerful leading man who is often cast in sultry roles. His films include "The Curse of the Werewolf", 1962, "The Jokers," 1996, and "The Three Musketeers," 1972. His 53 films include parts in Ken Russell films "Women in Love", "The Devils", and "Tommy".
Since 2013, the Bishop Emeritus de Metz, a French Catholic clergyman, has been the Bishop Emeritus de Metz.
Irish singer (d. 2012)
German DR, Cosmonaut (Soyuz 31 / 29)
Canadian wrestler and football player
Author and academic from Sudan (d. 1992).
Estonian columnist and literary critic of Estonian translations (d. 2010).
New York, USA. Actress (Ann – Peyton Place, Star Trek).
American track and field athlete, who held the world record in the 100-meter sprint for males from 1956 to 1960. He passed away on 23 May 2001.
California, USA; 4X100 metre relayer (Olympics-gold-1956).
Milan-based Italian doctor who sold fake prescriptions. He committed suicide after being embroiled in the scandal.
American motorsports impresario and entrepreneur (ALMS).
American stage and film actor who was nominated for an Oscar in 1966 for his role as "Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf". Other hits included "Blume In Love", "A Touch Of Class," 1973 and the more recent films "The Mirror has Two Faces", and "Flirting With Disaster," both 1996. He was also a recording artist, having released the 1967 album …
American stage and film actor who was nominated for an Oscar in 1966 for his role as "Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf". Other hits included "Blume In Love", "A Touch Of Class", 1973 and, more recently, "The Mirror has Two Faces", and "Flirting With Disaster", both 1996. He was also a recording artist, having released the 1967 album "The Yama …
British colony engineer, astrologer, author, and Anglican Clergyman who wrote "The Elements of House Division" in 1977.
French writer, journalist and winemaker.
American actress who made her debut in 1954's "Pushover." Her film credits include "Bell, Book, and Candle", 1959, "The Man With the Golden Arm," 1956, and "Vertigo," 1958. Some of her TV appearances were also made. At age 20, she won a beauty contest and is still one of the most beautiful women in the world 50 years later.
in France; fashion designer (Neiman-Marcus Award-1969).
Cameroon politician, 2nd President of Cameroon
American football player and lawyer (d.2013)
French couturiere is a fashion designer who is known for his avant-garde prints, wild flowers and bold use of color.
American clergyman and philanthropist (d.2000)
France sport Champion
American activist and philanthropist (d.2000)
American actress, one the most well-known faces on TV. She appeared in hundreds of episodes between the mid-'50s and mid-'70s. Her work onscreen ranged from "Father Knows Best", to "Night Gallery," and she was a regular on "Days of Our Lives" in the mid-'70s. Ann Howard, a popular soap opera called "Peyton Place", was her longest-running TV role. Her directing …
American spiritualist and professional psychic minister since 1950. He founded the spiritualist church The Aquarian Foundation in San Jose. He suffered a heart attack in 1977 and closed his church. However, he continued to lecture and appear on TV. Also, he offered a course in psychic growth that was advertised in The Globe. Three books were published by Prentiss Hall …
American illustrator and author (d. 2011).
Austrian painter and sculptor, printmaker, sculptors, sculptors, stage designers, composers, poets, singers, and one of the founders of The Vienna School of Fantastic Realism.
Author and academic English-American economist
Ohio, USA; singer (McGuire Sisters).
Famous birthdays on February 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Panamanian politician and commander Military Leader of Panama (d. 1981).
Baron Lewis of Newnham English academic chemist (d. 2014).
Canadian politician and lawyer 19th Premier of Nova Scotia
American singer (The McGuire Sisters).
American group singer, with sisters Phyllis (57) and Chris (56), who performed at nightclubs in the '50s/'60s. After a 17-year separation, the sisters reached their fans once again in the '80s with Chris at 57, Dorothy 56, and Phyllis 54. Their last performance was on "The Ed Sullivan Show" 1968. They sang together since they were children. Dorothy and Chris …
American millionaire and entrepreneur who went bankrupt.
Dutch set designer
France sport Champion
American baseball player. He was a right-handed shortstop and played with the New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles as well as the Chicago White Sox and Detroit Tigers from 1951 to 1956.
Danish designer (Born 1926)
An Australian entertainer born in England who worked in every genre of the entertainment industry, including theatre, television and stage management.
French politician and journalist (d. 2006).
French politician and journalist. He was co-founder of L'Express with FranASSoise Guiroud in 1953. In 1971, he became president of the Radical Party. He was responsible for the party's transition to the center right, and it became Parti radical valoisien. He attempted to create the Reforming Movement in 1972 with Christian Democrat Jean Lecanuet. With Jean Lecanuet he supported ValA(c).ry …
American pilot and the first to break the sound speed record when he flew the Bell X-1 rocket at 670 mph in level flight on October 14, 1947. He was one of 125 senior pilots who were selected to fly the experimental X-1 aircraft, which Wright Field had developed.
American politician (d. 2002)
French figure skater, fashion designer, and publisher. She was the French champion figure skater three times in the 1940s. 1953 saw her become fashion designer at Prisunic. This was a chain of low-price shops that was owned by Magasins du Printemps and later by Monoprix. The "style Prisu", which was a precursor to H&M, was her creation.
He was an American lawyer, jurist, and politician who worked for the same law firm for 28 years. The workaholic turned politician entered politics in 1955 and was elected to the Chicago city council. Bilandic was elected actor mayor after the death of Richard Daly on December 20, 1976. In 1977, he ran for the office with great success. In …
Kansas City Military man
French intellectual and writer; left-wing and Catholic thinker.
Sandy British minister for foreign affairs.
American academic and economist (d. 2014).
Bardstown Military man
Baron Pym Welsh soldier, politician Secretary of State For Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (d.2008)
Estonian translator and author (d. 2008).
French pianist, organist, and composer (d. 1968).
Galen Last Dutch journalist.
Chinese / French painter / graphic artist
Burmese painter (d. 1996)
French fashion designer and artist.
French humorist artist.
Willimantic, Connecticut -- Opera soprano (Interrupted Melody)
Shellman, Georgia -- Rock writer (Bye Bye Love)
American songwriter (d. 1987).
Famous birthdays on February 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
The winningest college football coach (Grambling).
New York, singer (Joan Edwards show).
Germany Military man
Fulton, Missouri -- 100m runner (1936 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
LPGA golfer (1938 US Amateur; 1943, 1955 AP Sports Woman of the year).
American golfer and lieutenant (d.2006)
French screenwriter and producer of film. Alain PoirA(c), one of the most prolific French film producers, was responsible for more than 200 films. He died on 14 January 2000.
American rafter and American environmentalist (d. 2014.)
Actress (Myrtle-Love That Jill).
France sport Champion
German Nazi military, a 1/4 hrer (Major) in the Waffen-SS during World War II. SA$?umenicht volunteered for the SS. He was posted to the SS-Junkerschule in Braunschweig as an officer. After graduating, he was assigned to the 3rd SS Panzer Division Totenkopf. He participated in the Anschluss Austria and the Occupation of the Sudetenland.
Germany Military man
English actor, singer, and dancer (d.2010)
Los Angeles, California -- Actor. Sheriff of Cochise.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Actor. (Harry-Grand Jury. Lone Ranger).
General and politician from Burma (d. 1947).
American actor (Born 1915).
French actor and director, one of the pioneers in theatrical decentralization.
San Bernardino (California) -- Composer (Tubby The Tuba).
Large landowner in the British Empire (Military Cross).
Belgium sport Champion
Professor of Italian University, member of the resistance, and founder of Bologna's center for religious studies. He entered the clergy in 1959, was ordained as a priest and then renounced all worldly occupations in 1972. He retired to a cloister of prayer and study. Unspecified cause of death, he died in Bologna, December 15, 1996. According to one report, he …
Politician / priest
Khalid of Saudi Arabia (d. 1982).
French soccer/football player. He was a soccer/football player for FC Rouen and the French national team at the 1934 FIFA World Cup.
Estonian military commander (d. 1961).
United States -- Fencer (Olympics 1936, 48, 52).
English actress (d. 2005).
Italian poet and writer. She committed suicide 12/02/1938.
Van den Brande Flemish actor.
French poet and writer. He was the 1974 Prix des Deux Magots winner. He was buried in Paris on the 24th of July 1974.
Verdun Military man
American singer and actress
French Catholic priest, bishop of Autun from 1966 to his retirement in 1987. He was the last bishop of Autun who wore the pallium. He was prominent in ecumenical relationships. He was the chairman of an episcopal committee, which decided to offer communion in Catholic church to Anglicans living far from their parish in France.
Indian-Pakistani journalist and poet (d. 1984).
English-American physicist, academic Nobel Prize laureate
English-American physicist, academic Nobel Prize laureate
US physicist (Nobel Prize 1956-for research on semiconductors, discovery of the transistor effect and collaboration with John Bardeen & Walter Houser Brattain).
Famous birthdays on February 13th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Dutch poet, writer and child psychiatrist.
Finland -- 4X100K relay skier (1936 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
Journalist / correspondent (UN, NBC TV)
Claresholm, Canada -- Composer
American writer. He is the son of George S. Hellman, rare-books dealer and writer. He was a Yale student and contributed to The Yale Daily News, Yale Literary Magazine, and The Yale Record campus humor magazine.
Singer and actress from the Philippines (d. 2004).
Portuguese philosopher and author
Canadian Hockey Player (d. 64)
He is a Portuguese-Brazilian writer and visionary, as well as a pedagogue, philosopher, and visionary. His foundations were responsible for many universities in Brazil. John Le Carre's portrayal of the Professor in "The House of Russia", was inspired by da Silva's personal life.
Belgian-French novelist. His prolific output included over 400 novels, 84 detective books, 100 psychological novels, as well as numerous articles, short stories, and novellas. His books were translated into 57 languages, and sold over 600 million copies. His "Inspector Maigret", a character that appeared in 75 detective novels, is perhaps his most well-known work. His most notable works are the …
The Beriev Aircraft Company was founded by a Georgian-Russian designer of aircrafts (d. 1979).
American political scientist and theorist
Austrian/US mathematician (theory about dimension).
French soccer/football player. He played with CA Sports GA(c)nA(c)raux (1920), VGA MA(c)doc (1921), CA Sports GA(c)nA(c)raux (1922), SC Choisy-le-Roy (1923), and Olympique de Marseille (1923-1935).
Austrian-American academic and sociologist (d. 1976).
English economist (d. 1978)