List of celebrities and famous people who were born on February 15th
Famous birthdays on February 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102011
American race horse (d.2015)
Famous birthdays on February 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002006
American child of Danny Pino, a noted actor and dad. Luca is Pino's first child with his wife Lilly.
Soap Opera Actor
Famous birthdays on February 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
English racing driver
American twins, noted family, Tracy Polland's children and Michael J. her actor-husband. Fox. They are Aquinnah Kathleen & Schuyler Frances.
Son of Pamela Sue Martin
American youth who started her involvement in the 4-H program at eight years of age. Burrell is part of the 4-H program, which connects young people with their agricultural past. She has trained dogs, raised chickens, and even shown her first sheep. Burrell grew up on a farm and is a farmer's daughter. She currently has three lambs living on …
Famous birthdays on February 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Australian rugby league player
Japanese actor and singer (NEWS).
Australian rugby league player
Japanese singer and actress with a Japanese voice
Dominican baseball player
American singer and actress
French singer who won the TV series "Star Academy" in 2004. Her grandfather was an accordeonist. The show was won by her a year prior to GrA(c)gory winning. She released a solo album in 2013 and was part of the recording of "Le Soldat Rose", a children's album.
American basketball player
Filipino basketball player
Virgin Islander sprinter
American television personality.
American singer-songwriter (Bright Eyes Desaparecidos and Commander Venus)
New Zealand-born Italian rugby player
Famous birthdays on February 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Dutch singer and actress
Scottish race car driver
American singer and keyboard player (Sinergy & Ancient).
French-American poker player
French actress of Algerian descent. She is married to A%0ric Cantona (football player, film actor), whom she met while filming Outremangeur in 2002.
American drummer (Bad Religion Infectious Grooves Fear, the Nervous System, and Bad4Good).
Japanese wrestler (d. 2010)
American musician (Incubus)
Greek basketball player
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
American actor and screenwriter, animator producer
American screenwriter and actress, she wrote and starred as the star in "Me, You and Everyone We Know", a romantic comedy that won awards at both the Sundance Film Festival and the Cannes Film Festival. She published a collection short stories in 2007 that won the Frank OaEUR (tm)Connor International Short Story Award.
Austrian race car driver
Director and porn actress from Puerto Rico-American
Venezuelan baseball player
Miss Universe - Australia/ Miss Congeniality (1996)
Venezuela; pitcher (Montreal Expos).
Running back (Oakland Raiders).
Finnish singer-songwriter (Lordi)
Michigan, USA; pairs skater (and Ilana Goldenfogel).
American sportscaster and swimmer
Czech cross country skier
Czech ice hockey player
NFL offensive lineman (Arizona Cardinals).
Czechoslovakia, NHL right wing (Pittsburgh Penguins Czechoslovakia Olympics gold-1998)
English actress, singer and dancer
Czech professional ice hockey right-winger currently plays for the Florida Panthers in the National Hockey League. He was captain of both the Rangers and Penguins in his previous playing days. After leaving the Rangers he spent three seasons with Avangard Omsk in the Kontinental Hockey League before returning to the NHL as a Flyer. He is the most experienced.
French slalom competitor who competed in the 1990s and 2000s. She was awarded the silver medal in K-1 at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney.
in South Africa; golfer (1989 winner South Africa Champion).
New Zealand mixed martial artist and boxer
American actress, producer, and director. She is best known for her role as Gabrielle in the TV series Xena the Warrior Princess.
Iowa, USA; table tennis player for the Olympic Games-1992 and 1996
Illinois, USA; speed skater (Olympics-1994).
in Mexico; sexy Spanish vocalist (A Gatas).
He was an Italian alpine skier and won the Olympic silver medal in alpine combined skiing at Albertville, 11 February 1992.
Famous birthdays on February 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
He was a French road racing cyclist who won the Champs A%0lysA(c),es stage of the 1994 Tour de France. He is a four time French national time trial champion, and he also won 1995's French road race championship.
NFL running back (Green Bay Packers, Super Bowl 31).
Talking Points Memo was founded by an American journalist.
Italian male member of the Men’s Team at the Olympic Games Nagano, Japan. The team was awarded a Silver Medal on February 18, 1998.
South Carolina, USA; pitcher (Detroit Tigers and Houston Astros).
American rapper and record executive
Belgian singer-songwriter, daughter Roland Demal.
California, USA; actor. (Tanner – Days of Our Lives).
Kentucky, USA; actor
Actor (Ally McBeal)
Canadian producer and singer-songwriter
Canadian ice hockey player, and sportscaster
Dominican / US pitcher (New York Yankees).
American comedian who died after consuming booze, cocaine, and heroin in his Chicago condo 12/18/1997. He died from hemorhagic pneumonia edema after he fell asleep while partying too hard.
American basketball player: Magic, guard Brent Price's brother.
French film producer and director.
American astronaut and engineer
American screenwriter and producer of actor actors
American businesswoman and eldest child to Lee Harvey Oswald. He is officially recognized as the sniper who killed John F. Kennedy. However, facts are disputable. June was 21 months when Jack Ruby, Dallas nightclub owner, shot her father and left him permanently disabled. The incident was broadcast live on television cameras.
USA; actress (Ellie, As the World Turns, Get Shorty and Weird Science).
Montenegrin politician, 29th Prime Minister Montenegro
Polish singer-songwriter (Kat & Kat & Roman Kostrzewski).
NFL cornerback (Washington Redskins).
Rock bassist (Culture Club - Do You Really Want To Hurt Me?
California, USA; WPVA volleyball players (National-5th-1987).
Famous birthdays on February 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
British reggae vocalist/guitarist (UB40 - "Red Red Wine").
American baseball player (Boston Red Sox).
Canadian-American ice hockey player, and sportscaster
English illustrator and author
Ecuadorian sportscaster and wrestler
Canadian ice hockey player
American singer (Second Chapter of Acts), songwriter, and author
Indian dwarf (d. 1997)
American psychopathic monster-cannibal who sexually assaulted and killed little boys. He was convicted of pedophilia and spent 12 years at the Bridgewater Facility for the Sexually Dangerous, Massachusetts, in his youth. He was arrested after he graduated from a technical school in 1975. He was convicted of two more attacks on boys by 1978 and began his stay at Bridgewater. …
Pevensey Tennant; aristocrat.
French transient. After confessing that he had raped, murdered and killed Caroline Dickinson at the Pleine-FougA'res youth camp on 7/18/1996, he was arrested and charged with being homeless. Although he had a previous record of sexual assault, genetic testing cleared him and he was freed.
Cuba -- Daughter of Che Guevara
Ernesto "Che", Guevara's first child, born to his union with Hilda Gadea Peruvian economic economist. She was born in Mexico, but she was raised in Cuba. She studied at the Faculty of Social Sciences of University of Havana. In 1993, she graduated with a thesis that had as its central axis annotated bibliography from the V Centenary on the encounter …
Barbadian cricketer, coach
Japanese racing driver (d. 1992)
New York, USA; model (Vogue).
British editor (Country Life).
Cartoonist (Life in Hell Simpsons)
He was a Tibetan Buddhist teacher. He was born to an agricultural family. At the age of eighteen months, he was identified as the 12th Tai Situ Rinpoche. He was enthroned at Palpung Monastery which is the main seat for the Tai Situpas in Eastern Tibet.
British Member of Parliament.
French artist who specializes in animal sculpture.
American guitarist (Brand X Atomic Rooster).
Irish-American producer and screenwriter (d. 2005).
Russian actor and director (d.2013)
Fourth President of Serbia: Serbian politician
Actress Young Mr Bobbin, dies at 56
American actress and singer Harlettes
Finnish race car driver
England, United Kingdom -- Actress Dr Quinn
New York, USA. Singer ("Don't Cry Out Loud")
American bass player and songwriter (Santana), (d. 2000).
Russia -- Cosmonaut
Vietnamese-Hong Kong screenwriter and director producer
Famous birthdays on February 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Finnish singer. She participated in the 1989 Eurovision Song Contest.
Austrian academic and conductor
Washington, USA; third baseman (Los Angeles Dodgers).
American baseball player and sportscaster
Tacoma, Washington -- Third baseman (LA Dodgers).
American screenwriter and producer of actor actors
New Zealand entertainer and educator with a 30-year history in theatre, film and radio. He also teaches and lectures. Dick Weir produced, presented and developed television and radio programs for children, including "The Dick Weir Sunday Show," and "Here's How". EARS, a nightly radio program for children, was also created by Weir. It won international awards because of its imaginative, …
American fashion model with a mysterious, but somewhat empty beauty. She comes from a rich and distinguished family and began her career as a famous jet-setter and international fashion model. Visconti's "Death in Venice" was her first film role. However, her most memorable roles were in "Cabaret", 1975 and "Barry Lyndon," 1981. She was also a part of the TV …
New Jersey, USA. Actor (Rusty – Make Room for Daddy).
American television executive, Senior vice-president for creative affairs at Warner Bros. in 1982.
Hungarian poet and linguist
New York, USA, actress (Barry Lyndon Death in Vienna SOB).
American actor and singer (d. 90)
American musician (Santana) (d. 2000)
Hungarian poet and linguist
Massachusetts, USA; composer (Nixon On China).
He has been a Brazilian UFOlogist since 1970, and an Astrologer since 1972. He lectures on both topics. He founded his own school and is a consultant on karmic astrology. He also holds a B.S. He is also a mathematician.
Since 1978, Buddhist monk, who was formerly a searcher in molecular genes. He is the son of Jean-FranASSois Rével, a french journalist, and Yahne Le Tumelin, a painter. His father remarried Claude Sarraute when he was 21.
French politician and member of Europe A%0cologieaEUR "The Greens. He served as minister in the government under Lionel Jospin. He was elected to the European Parliament on 6 December 2011.
French member of Corsica soccer league. Galeazzi, Lorenzi and he were part of the production of the false standards reports. At the trial that began on January 1, 1995 at 2:30 pm in Bastia (France), he was charged with forgery as well as using a forged instrument.
New York, USA; author (Gi? 1/2 del, Escher, Bach).
American-Australian poet and author
American academic and author
An English geneticist. Professor Donnai was made senior registrar in 1980 and became a consultant in medical genetics at St MaryaEUR (tm), Manchester. She was elected Honorary Professor of Medical Genetics at the University of Manchester in 1994 and elevated to the substantive chair in 2001. She was President of the Clinical Genetics Society (1997-1999), consultant to the UK Chief …
English saxophonist, keyboard player (Supertramp & The Alan Bown set)
Author, teacher and astrologer from Canada.
French theatre actor and director. He is an enfant terrible at his best. He was a film actor in the ’60s and ’70s. Then he became a TV actor in 1995's series "Antoine Rivers".
Internationally known British musician and member of "The Kinks". Their first success was in London, where they were able to sell their best-selling singles. They have classics like "A Well Respected Man", "Death of a Clown" and "Sunny Afternoon."
T-8, TM-8, TM-17).
Dutch Member of Parliament (PvdA).
French singer who was a hit in the 1960s, 1970s with hits like "Je Ne sais Pas" and "Vous A(c]tiez belle, madame."
Italian journalist, teacher, and writer. His books include "Ex cattedra" ("Former Chair") 1987, "Il salto con le aste", ("Signs of Gold") 1990, "Eccesso Di Zello" ("Excess of Zal" 1993), and many more. Two of his satires about scholastic life are here.
Colombian drug queen, Medellin Cartel
American singer and actress
Ceara, Brazil -- Actress
England; Chief Constable.
American pianist/producer (Holland/Dozier/Holland).
Turkish journalist and politician 45th Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (d.2007)
9. Vice President of Indonesia: Indonesian journalist and politician
American football coach and player.
Estonian playwright and psychiatrist (d. 2008).
Famous birthdays on February 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
deputy CEO (Sketchley).
American serial killer (d.2014)
United States -- Sci-fi author (Irsud, Maeve, Star Hunters)
German manager and footballer
French Catholic priest, Archbishop of Tours
American photographer, teacher, consultant. First child. Images that have been mounted together are combined by her.
American author (d. 2008)
American accountant and CEO at Beverly Enterprises, America's largest operator of nursing homes. Banks holds a BS degree in business administration. He enjoys collecting ceramics and baskets.
American politician (Representative-Republican-Alabama).
Squire; British headmaster (Bedford Modern School).
He was a French director of film who directed his first feature-length film in 1961. Marie LaForet was his wife in 1960. He died April 9, 2001 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
American notable family, Robert Montgomery, the husband of Elizabeth Montgomery, and the brother of Elizabeth.
British principal (Stirling University).
Astronaut dies in the Apollo I fire at 31
American football player (d.2008)
New York, USA; feminist author (Against Our Wills).
Michigan, USA; Lieutenant Commander US Navy/astronaut.
Norwegian publisher. He is best known for leading the Schibsted media conglomerate, which includes the broadsheet newspaper Aftenposten as well as the tabloid Verdens gang. Nagell-Erichsen was known for his geniality and optimism. He was able to secure Schibsted's ownership in an irrevocable trust that was established in 1996. This makes it impossible to transfer to foreign interests.
Pascal programming language was created by a Swiss computer scientist
American football player and minister (d. 2014.)
English footballer and manager (d. 1983).
Australian television personality (Born 1934).
French neurobiologist who made important contributions to understanding neural communication, synaptic inputs from single neurons, and dynamics in neural circuits.
Cardones, Cuba -- Fashion designer (Nancy Reagan)
Scottish screenwriter (d.2009)
Netherlands sport Champion
British aircraft magnate (Cathay Pacific).
American television game host
English journalist and author
London, England -- Actress. (Charly, Look Back In Anger).
French Catholic priest who was Bishop Emeritus at Nice.
Ohio, USA; British chief constable.
Cleveland, Ohio -- British chief constable
Australian poet and academic
Actor from Greece (d. 2011).
Italian soccer player and manager from Baricella, in the Province Bologna.
American attempted to assassinate President Gerald Ford by shooting at him with a gun. She was sentenced to life in the Terminal Island Federal Correction Institute. She was a misfit, a radical groupie, and had a history erratic and irresponsible behavior. She left four husbands and three children. Later, she was an FBI informant.
Famous birthdays on February 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
English race car driver (d. 1975)
American magician. He started his career as a hobby when he was 11 years old. He is a regular performer at The Magic Castle in Hollywood. Minnette, his wife, was also a magician.
Finnish author and physicist
England; auto racer (1962. 1968 International racing champion).
Broadcaster/actor (Tunes of Glory Extra Day)
Clifford the Big Red Dog was a American illustrator and author.
Belgium sport Champion
American composer, conductor, and educator (d. 2014.)
American basketball player, who played for one season from 1953 to 1954.
Estonian author of children's literature
American sociologist who received her Ph.D. from Radcliffe College at Harvard University in 1954 in Sociology. She studied in the Department of Social Relations.
American comedian and actor, who has performed on TV commercials and stage. His most notable role was that of the lead in "The Carol Burnett Show", which won him four Emmy Awards from 1967-1977. He was also seen in "Blazing Saddles" and "The Young Dr. Frankenstein." Before he found his niche in comedy, he played small parts on Broadway and …
American television and club psychic. In the 1970s, he was a psychic and created a club of three-minute readings. He also had his own TV program.
Illinois; actor (Carol Burnett Show, Blazing Saddles).
Israeli scholar and rabbi (d. 2013).
Director (Edinburgh International Festival).
Italian ecclesiastic and Roman Catholic Cardinal. He is a member of the College of Cardinals. On July 13, 1952, he was ordained as a priest and on January 6, 1980 became Archbishop. He was then installed as Archbishop de Milan on March 6, 1980. He was elevated to the rank of Cardinal of Milan on 2/2/83 and retired on 11/07/2002.
American editor and publisher who served as the Editor-in Chief of "Dell Horoscope", 1973-1987. She had been the managing editor since 1959, together with Edgar, her husband whom she married in 55. From 1951-1955, she was a U.S. Government publishing editors.
American producer and director (d. 2014).
France sport Champion
France sport Champion
French catholic ecclesiastic, monk of Tibhihrine (Algeria), formerly served as German soldier.
Russian activist (d.2011)
American actor playing character roles. Curtis' film debut was in 1948 Orson Welles' Macbeth adaptation. His Broadway stage management career started in 1955. He made his first performance in 1965's revival of You Can't Take It with You. He was the recipient of The Tony Award for Best Featured actor in a Musical. He was the owner of Melville's Restaurant …
Russia; Soviet dissident/wife Of Andre Sakharov.
Utah, USA. Actor (The Magician Amanda's).
American mathematician and military strategist, Kahn tried to justify nuclear warfare; a true Dr. Strangelove. Kahn, a member of the American military brain trust, was a first-class modern warfare analyst. He was well-educated and very personable, and enjoyed giving public lectures. His interests included politics, economics, mathematics and public affairs.
American politician, Rep. American politician, Rep. After a surprising victory against Ronald Reagan, he withdrew. He graduated in law in 1946 and was stationed in the U.S. Foreign Service from 1952 to 1955. In 1960, he was elected to Congress.
Indian historian and author (d. 85)
Indian writer and historian (d. 1985).
French philosopher who succeeded Maurice Merleau Ponty at the CollA'ge de France between 1962 and his death 16 January 2001. He was a friend of Michel Foucault and supported his election to the CollA'ge. He also knew Michel Serres. Vuillemin was among the first French philosophers who became interested in analytical philosophy.
Flemish writer dies at 64
American soldier lawyer and politician, 62nd Governor Massachusetts (d. 1997).
Famous birthdays on February 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American baseball manager and player (d.2013)
French politician and journalist.
American actor and photographer (d.2013)
Paris 6?me Military man
American country music singer/songwriter (d. 2009).
New York; actor (Dr Sidney Freedman - MASH).
American financier. Former Chairman of Lockheed Corporation 1976. He spent 20 months rebuilding Lockheed Corporation, building it up, and restoring its finances.
Norwegian physician. He was the chief medical officer of TromsA from 1946 to 1952, the national chief physician for hygiene at the Norwegian Directorate for Health 50-1972, and the chief medical officer for Oslo 1972-1985. His brother was Supreme Court Judge Jens Christ Mellbye.
Le Havre Writer
American actress (d. 1999).
American child actor best known for his roles in the silent film "Our Gang" as well as the role of "The General", which he played. Variety reports that he was, at the time he died, the oldest actor to have appeared in "Our Gang" comedy and the last cast member of "The General," a Buster Keaton silent film classic.
France sport Champion
American actress (d. 1999).
publisher (Ballantine Books).
Italian stage/film actor and model. He was first known for his role as Fausto in Federico Fellini’s I vitelloni. From that point on, he was typecast as a seducer in various movies. Luchino Visconti's "Death in Venice" was one of his final great roles. Fabrizi was diagnosed with bowel cancer in October 1995.
French diplomat and politician who held many positions in the state.
American politician and lawyer (d. 1972).
Cognac Military man
Martin spy catcher.
American actor and well-known family member. He is best remembered for his role in 1956's "The Invasion of the Body Snatchers." He was also nominated for an Oscar for "Death of a Salesman".
St Christol Politician
Belgian cartoonist (Suske & Wiske).
Austrian chess player (Born 1913).
Hungarian-English journalist, author (d. 1987).
He was an Italian soccer/football player who played at the 1938 FIFA World Cup.
American diplomat and official of labor unions (d. 2001).
English large landowner / art collector
Polish social worker and nurse (d. 2008).
Famous birthdays on February 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Dutch Humanitarian, the discoverer of Anne Frank’s diary (Born 1909).
Spanish footballer (d. 1966)
German artist. His favorite medium was large format woodcuts.
Peruvian historian, teacher and writer. He served as alderman of Lima (1931-1944), and minister of foreign affairs. He also taught law at the Catholic University, National Pedagogical Institute of Men, and Military School of Chorrillos.
der Fear Frisian writer (Reade Runen).
Canadian politician and lawyer 38th Mayor of Montreal
Dutch hairdresser, painter of animal, poet, troubadour, and activist for animal rights.
Cuban-American actor (Joker, Batman, Falcon Crest) dies from complications of bronchitis (born 1907).
French blind organist, composer, and musician. He was an organist at St. Clotilde, Paris in 1953. He was also a student of Dupre and Dukas. His compositions and orchestration work were well-known. Langlais, age 84, died in Paris on May 8, 1991.
France sport Champion
French philanthropist Miss France 1930 and fourth and final wife of Sir Sultan Muhammad Shah Aga Khan III.
CEO (Stone-Platt Industries).
American composer (d. 1986).
United States -- Composer (Over The Rainbow)
French cyclist in road racing, twice winning the Tour de France (1931 and 1934). He was then appointed Raymond Poulidor's Manager.
French professor of Greek history, Epigraphy, at the CollA"ge de France. Author of numerous volumes and articles about Greek epigraphy (of all times, from the archaic period until Late Antiquity), numismatics and the historical geography in Greek lands. Robert was a student at the A%0cole Normale SupA (c)rieure between 1924-1927. He was also a member the A%0cole franASSaise d'AthA'nes from …
Muralist / painter
Italian scientist, author, and chemist. He researched enzymology. He also studied soil science. He was married once. He had three children.
Flemish architect / painter (Animisme)
British lawyer, jurist and poet. Author on Zen Buddhism, British buddhist leader. Married once.