List of celebrities and famous people who were born on February 16th
Famous birthdays on February 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102012
Swiss-born Australian daughter to Casey Stoner, an Australian professional motorcyclist.
Famous birthdays on February 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002007
American famous family members, twins of Natalie Grant and Bernie Herms. Grace Ana Herms arrived at 7 :44 Central time. She weighed in at 4 pounds and 3 ounces. Isabella Noelle Herms arrived just one minute later at 5 pounds and 9 ounces.
Famous birthdays on February 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901998
Virginia, United States -- First cloned calves
Neil, the son of Rodrigo Ibata (an english-bolivian astrophysician) who married a Frenchwoman, became famous at age 15 when his article appeared in Nature after his remarkable discovery in Andromeda Galaxy.
Japanese actress and model
German tennis player
English tennis player
German tennis player
Hungarian tennis player
Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg
Cisco Systems (CSCO), provides information technology services to support networking and communication.
Famous birthdays on February 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
South Korean actor and singer
American basketball player
Canadian ice hockey player (Born in 1987).
Singaporean paralympic swimmer
Dutch actress and singer, K3
American celebrity family, born to Neil Giraldo's daughter and Pat Benatar, pop singer.
American accident victim. He was on a college spring break skiing trip and did an act on an airport elevator. He fell 30 feet after the stunt was unsuccessful.
Swedish tennis player
Singer and actress English model
Finnish player in ice hockey
American hip hop artist
American hip hop artist
American pitcher and baseball player. After graduating high school in 2000, del Carmen was born to Dominican Republic immigrant parents. On July 26, 2005, he made his major league baseball debut.
American hip-hop artist.
American basketball player
American baseball player
English race car driver
French actress, screenwriter, director of fim, and actress of Algerian jewish heritage.
Italian boy kidnapped in 1987. Psychologically traumatized, he was released on February 8, 1988.
French-American drummer (Yellowcard)
American football coach and player
American film producer and actor
Famous birthdays on February 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
He is an Italian motorcycle racer and holds the first place in all-time 500cc/MotoGP race wins standings.
French soccer player who was a midfielder.
DeSilets, Miss Washington Teen-USA (1997)
Shinhwa, an actor and singer from America-South Korea (Shinhwa).
Belgian athlete. She was a specialist in Heptathlon and won the Olympic title for high jump at the 2008 Olympics.
American puppeteer and actor
American businesswoman, who became Ben Afflecks's girlfriend after he ended his relationship with Jennifer Lopez. Their relationship with BenaEUR(tm), Enza, began in May 2004, when they appeared at a Red Sox baseball game. In June 2004, it was revealed that Sambataro had a criminal record. A sales representative for CBS4 in Boston was twice convicted of shoplifting. She was sentenced …
Illinois: rhythmic gymnast (US Team-1996)
American football player
American bassist (Three Days Grace).
4X200m freestyle swimmer (1996 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
Austrian professional dancer. She was paired with Michael Tschuggnall in the 2007 season Austrian television show Dancing Stars. BalA!zs Ekker, her long-term partner and dancer proposed to her during the show's 27 April 2007 episode. They were married on the 5th of May 2007 live at the show.
Freenet was founded by Freenet, an Irish-American computer scientist
Japanese singer and actor
American baseball player and sportscaster
Japanese singer-songwriter and producer (Dir En Grey)
Belgian race car driver
QuTbec (Canada); 200-metre Butterfly (Olympics 1996).
Deloraine; NHL centre (Calgary Flames).
defensive end (Cincinnati Bengals).
Hockey forward (Canada, Olympics-Silver - 1998)
Italian singer who is a member the sextet "Neri per Caso" ("Blacks by chance"), an a cappella group.
An Australian Aboriginal sprinter. She was a determined and talented woman from Palm Island, tropical Queensland. She specialized in the 400m event. She currently holds the sixth-fastest woman time of any kind at 48.63. This was also the time she finished second to Marie Jose Perec, who was the number three finisher at the 1996 Olympics. At the 2000 Summer …
Australian water polo player (Olympics 1996).
French-American porn director and actress
running back (Pittsburgh Steelers).
Miss Universe Sri Lanka (1996)
Virginia; catcher (Chicago Cubs).
California, USA; water polo driver (Olympics-1996).
Venlo, Holland -- Playmate (19 Jun 1991)
Famous birthdays on February 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American wrestler and actor
American baseball infielder (Cincinnati Reds).
American professional wrestler
QuTbec, Canada; boxer (Olympics-1996).
Spain; 1500 metre runner (Olympics-2 gold-1992, 1996).
French skier who was able to overcome cancer and became a champion.
English screenwriter and author
Dutch soccer player (SC Heerenveen).
NFL tackle (Arizona Cardinals).
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Washington, USA; prone gun (Olympics 1996).
French journalist and political activist, she is the partner of President FranASSois Hollande. In 2006, she began her relationship FranASSois Hollande. He was at that time living with SA(c).golA"ne Royal. Their relationship was made public in October 2010. Trierweiler, after their separation, wrote secretly and published "Merci pour ce moment" in September 2014. This was a critique of her ex-companion. …
Cuban-American drummer (Slayer Grip Inc. FantA'mas Voodoocult, and Testament).
Brazilian footballer and manager
French sprinter who was a specialist in the 100 m.
Italian actor, TV presenter, and director.
English musician (Coil TV, Psychic TV). (d. 2004).
New York, USA; actress (Mousie - Coed Fever).
rocker (BlowMonkeys - "Wicked Ways")
American guitarist, and member of Pernice Brothers, who's popular music is often "exquisitely tragic", according to one reviewer. The 2003 release of their CD "Yours, Mine, and Ours" received rave reviews.
England; rock guitarist (Duran Duran, "Hungry Like the Wolf")
American director and screenwriter
Chinese manager and footballer (d.2013)
English guitarist (Def Leppard Atomic Mass Gogmagog & Roadhouse).
Hong Kong actress
American baseball player
Famous birthdays on February 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
German-American tennis champion who was first to make international headlines in 1977-1978 when he became the youngest player to reach Wimbledon's men's semifinals in 100 years. He was ranked third in world rankings and had won more than $800,000. He is a natural on-the court athlete, who started playing in school tournaments at eight years old. He is known for …
American basketball player, 6'6" and 225 lb. The Charlotte Hornets' guard forward. Detroit drafted him in the first round of 1981.
French astrologer, Tarot card reader and author of "Cours de tarologie", (1994), and "Le phA (c)nomA)ne OVNI vu l'astrologie", (1992), and "Lettre d'une Astrologue a un Psychanalyste (2004).
French architect, build engineer, and architectural academic professor
New Jersey, USA, NBA forward (Detroit Pistons and Utah Jazz).
American basketball player: Forward/Center, Knicks
American politician and lawyer
American journalist and author
Michigan, USA; PGA golfer (1995 United Airlines).
Brazilian basketball player
New York Knicks).
American rapper and actor (Body Count)
Italian actress who worked in theatre, film, and television for many years before becoming famous in 1994 as Gypsy in "Luna Park."
New Zealand screenwriter and director
"On the Wings of Love" singer
The Israeli beauty queen who was also Miss Israel and Miss World. Later, she was a teacher in aerodynamics at the Israeli Air Force.
American actress, fashion model and member of a prominent family. Hemingway was the grandchild of American novelist Ernst Hemingway. Hemingway reached the height of her modeling career in the mid-'70s when she was awarded a $1million contract to model for Faberge's perfume "Babe". Hemingway was 6ft tall with a beautiful smile, which she displayed on the cover Time magazine.
American actress, fashion model and member of a prominent family. Hemingway was the grandchild of American novelist Ernst Hemingway. Hemingway reached the height of her modeling career in the mid-'70s when she was awarded a $1million contract to model for Faberge's perfume "Babe". Hemingway was 6 feet tall and had a lovely smile that was featured on Time magazine's cover.
New Orleans, Louisiana -- Writer ("Under the Volcano")
Louisiana, USA; writer ("Under the Volcano").
American jazz saxophonist/composer (Groove Shop).
He was a French jumper who won the European championships 1987 as well as the Olympics 1988. Guillaume Canet plays Durand's horse in "Jappeloup" movie.
Jamaican sportscaster and cricketer
American actress and model (Born 1954).
He is a Scottish author known for his clever, intelligent and innovative plots. He is the author "The Wasp Factory", "Canal Dreams" or "The Crow's Road", which were recently broadcast as a BBC drama. He was known for his mainstream fiction as Iain Banks and his science fiction as Iain M. Banks. Menzies is his middle name.
United Kingdom -- Sci-fi author (Wasp Factory)
French entrepreneur and heir to a fortune in pharmaceuticals, he is now the manager of a conglomerate that includes 12 companies across a variety of industries, including publishing, home furnishing, and advertising.
American spy, son of a former FBI agent. He was an affluent child with an IQ test at 142. Boyce worked in a top-secret CIA code room where he was able to access documents from America's most sensitive satellite systems. He and his friend Dalton Lee, both from Mexico, stole and sold information to Russian agents between 1975-1976. He was …
Sierra Entertainment was founded by Sierra, an American videogame designer.
Canadian ice hockey manager and player
New York, USA. Canadian Tour golfer (1976 Port Jefferson Open).
American singer, who was named the Best New Artist in 1982. In the mid-'70s, he moved to Los Angeles as a member and later as a solo artist in R&B. He spent two years touring and recorded his first album with Ray Charles, singing background vocals and playing keyboard. He was a member of the rhythm section that played for …
American writer, noted family, and the only child of Jack Kerouac (famous Beat generation author). Her first novel, "Baby Driver" (1981), is her most well-known. It documents her last time with her father.
English biochemist and academic
Egyptian royalty, the son of King Farouk I and the grandson of King Ahmed Fuad. An army coup forced Farouk to abdicate in favor of his infant son, however, the following year, Egypt was declared a republic.
American actor, born to film veterans Bill Williams (and Barbara Hale), he is a well-known family man. He was known for his all-American looks and blond hair. His film debut was in "The Late Liz," which came out while he was on military leave. He served in the USAF from 1971 to 1975. After the success of "Carrie", he was …
American actor, born to film veterans Bill Williams (and Barbara Hale), he is a well-known family man. He was known for his all-American looks and blond hair. His film debut was in "The Late Liz," his first movie, which he made while on military leave. He served in the USAF from 1971 to 1975. After the success of "Carrie", he …
American baseball coach and player
French politician, Socialist president of Aquitaine region of France and a Deputy at the National Assembly of France. He represents the Gironde 7th constituency.
A British politician and Member of Parliament, Donald Coleman was killed in the General Election on 4/01/1991.
Japanese acid-folk singer
Hong Kong singer (Roman & the Four Steps). (d. 2002).
California, USA; actor.
Famous birthdays on February 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
French actor best known for his portrayal of the heartless Soviet Colonel Zaysen, in "Rambo III."
Surinam poet (Otobanda, the Other Bank).
English actress and singer (The New Seekers).
American baseball coach and player
Coach and sumo wrestler from Japan (d. 2014).
Canadian referee and ice hockey player
British consultant surgeon
Henriette Wyeth and Peter Hurd are the youngest children. He graduated from Stanford and his musical interests led to him performing briefly with the Kingston Trio. After working in Chicago's real estate industry for several years, he moved back to New Mexico where he studied painting alongside his mother, Henriette. Michael manages the Hurd Ranch in San Patricio (New Mexico), …
USSR -- 1Kayak (1972 Olympics - Gold Medalist).
A Scottish politician, a Member in Parliament, Labour representative, was elected at the General Election on 6/11/1987.
American industrial engineer and CEO of Ipalco Enterprises (an electric utility company). Hodowal was interested in finance, law and accounting. He received his BS in Industrial Engineering and his JD in Industrial Engineering.
Welsh politician and farmer
Second President of Cape Verdean politics from Cape Verde
2nd President of Cape Verde
French minister, 1984-86. HervA(c),aEUR(tm), her superior, was charged with manslaughter, "attacking the physique of others", and also of delay in making available heated blood products imported - and expensive - and negligence in screening blood donors. Although she was cleared on the 3/09/1999, she had to resign as president of French Red Cross.
England; ballet dancer (Royal Ballet).
English composer and pianist
American football player
George Peden, an emeritus historian at Stirling University in Scotland, is a professor of history. Before pursuing an academic career, he worked as a subeditor for the Dundee Evening Telegraph for eight years. He has published articles on the British Treasury, Keynesian economics, economic aspects of defense and foreign policy, the welfare state and some recent Scottish economic history. From …
Scottish stage, TV and film actor. Dunlop studied at the Royal Academy of Music and Drama and is well-known for his appearances in "Take the High Road", and "Don't Wait Up," which ran from 1983-1990.
President of North-Korea (1994-).
North Korean leader
Kim Il Sung was a Korean communist leader and successor to his father. He ruled North Korea for 46 years with iron rule. After his father's death on July 8, 1994 at the age of 82, there was a period of mourning before Kim Jong II took control. Although he was known as the "Dear Leader", rumors suggest that he …
USSR -- Judo (1972 Olympics - Silver Medalist)
Finnish Astrologer, Married once, No Children
English academic sinologist
American philosopher and academic
German mountaineer (d. 1979)
Famous birthdays on February 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Italian champion cyclist, winner of the 1964 Olympic Gold Medal at Tokyo.
American producer and director of actor
American composer and academic
New York, USA. Actor (Sergeant McKenna, Cagney and Lacey), Boxcar Bertha.
New York, USA. Composer (Fern Hill Ghosts of Versailles, Ghosts of Versailles).
English critic and author
Russian-German academic and mathematician
Israeli Justices who served on the Supreme Court of Israel between 1992 and 2006.
American entertainer, who performed a showbiz act with Cher, his partner. He married Cher on 10/27/1964. Their first hit, "I Got You Babe", was released in June 1965. In their stylish bell-bottom pants, vests and cool hats, they were the pioneers of hippie culture. They produced "Chastity" in 1968. It was a financial disaster that cost them half a million …
American activist, The Farm was founded (d. 2014).
American social activist and founder of "Plenty", a program of relief and assistance for the poor in South Bronx and Guatemala. His charity was regarded as the best and most effective charity in the world. Gaskin founded it in 1970 with 250 hippy friends who traveled in yellow school buses. Gaskin and 250 of his hippy friends started the farm …
Michigan, USA; singer (Sonny and Cher Mayor - Republican, Palm Springs, California).
England, United Kingdom -- Actor ("Anthony Coronet Blue")
South Dakota, USA: LPGA golfer (1950 Woman Athlete Of The Year).
American singer (Kalin Twins) (d. 2006)
American singer (Kalin Twins) (d. 2005)
American professional golfer
Taylor; American gospel/R&B-singer ("Be Ever Wonderful").
Former President of Sierra Leone
American singer and songwriter (d. 2002).
Oklahoma, USA; actress (Silk Stockings).
Belgian radio / TV-host
American singer, pianist and songwriter (Born in 1932).
Japanese actor and singer (d. 2014.)
Sangmeister; American politician (Representative-Democrat-Illinois) (dies 2007).
American politician (d. 2007)
American politician and lawyer (d. 2007).
British professional astrologer. He has been a student and professional for over 45 years. He is also one of Britain's most respected practitioners. His predictions have been astonishing throughout the years. He has been a journalist his entire adult life and has written regular articles for reputable journals since the 1950s. His 1987 book "Cosmic Loom, The New Age of …
American production manufacturer. CEO of Boise Cascade. This is a national pulp paper, building material, and office product manufacturer. Fery, a diplomat boss who holds a BA in Business Administration and MBA in Business Administration from Stanford University, is low-key.
Pennsylvania, USA; singer/actress (George Gobel show).
Florida, United States -- Actor (Thunderball).
Famous birthdays on February 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Austrian architect and footballer (d. 1980).
Australian-English poet and educator (d.2010)
Belgium sport Champion
Soap Opera Actress
He was a Scottish-born Irish broadcaster, poet, and translator. He died 14 January 2012.
American academic and historian
English actor and director (d.2003)
German-born Dutch Jewish holocaust victim (Born 1926)
Ohio, USA; actress/dancer (Wonder Man).
French Gaullist politician, businessman. He was a member of the Free French Forces during World War II. He was awarded the Croix de guerre and MA(c]daille militaire as well as the MA(c]daille de la résistance. In 1968aEUR"1969, he was Finance Minister and served in several ministerial capacities under Prime Minister Maurice Couve de Murville. He was the fifth President of …
Portuguese composer and guitarist (Born 1925).
Director (Gatwick and Stansted Airports).
Director (London Goodenough Trust for Overseas Graduates).
French editor and writer of biographies, fiction, and parapsychology, including "Great Mediums," 1957, and "Telepathy," 1958. He also wrote a biography about Albert Schweitzer and other texts. He was also a charter member of Parapsychology Association. He wrote articles and conducted tests on ESP.
British High Court Judge.
Director-General (Swaffield) and Clerk to GLC
French freemason, grand master of "la Grande Loge de France."
Italy sport Champion
Canadian memoirist, writer and author of "Little Foreign Devil," an autobiography.
He was a French journalist and broadcaster. He was particularly interested in parapsychology, the occult, and radio journalism. He was a healer and clairvoyant.
Neuilly sur Seine physician
British opera vocalist (Knaben Wunderhorn).
German night fighter pilot (d. 1950).
Belgium sport Champion
French race car driver (d. 1959)
English academic and priest (d. 2013).
English racing driver (d. 2014)
Flemish journalist / writer
American army general
Minneapolis, Minnesota -- Vocalist (Andrews Sisters)
Cleveland, Ohio -- Vocalist (Vincent Lopez)
Famous birthdays on February 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
French singer, lyricist, and composer (Born 1919).
Columbus Military man
American mezzo-soprano, youngest of three siblings, is known as The Andrews Sisters. They are a close harmony singing group from the swing and boogie–woogie eras. The sisters sold over 75 million records during their long careers. The 1941 hit "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy", can be considered an early example in rhythm and blues, or jump blues.
American racing driver (d. 1956).
American military, lieutenant general.
A true Aquarian, Dutch Astrologer. He began studying astronomy at the age of fifteen with his own telescope. Over time, he added metaphysics and astrology to his studies, as well as microscopic studies and, since 1943, astrology. Wim was passionate about astrology and people. He didn't need an astrowatch to know which sign was rising at a particular time.
Jean Delay, a French psychiatrist, was part of the creation of chlorpromazine (Thorazine) in the 1950s. This antipsychotic was first used to treat schizophrenia. In France, Thorazine was used peri-operatively in surgical procedures as an anti-nausea drug. Patients reported feeling calmer and less anxious. Deniker eventually tried chlorpromazine on schizophrenia patients and saw a marked improvement.
Spring Grove Writer
French soccer goalkeeper. He was a former player and coach.
American astrologer who joined AFA in March 1973.
American rhythm and blues pianist, organist
Doggett jazz musician.
South African poet (d.2007)
British film producer and director (Born in 1915).
American football coach and player (d. 2005).
Mineola, Arkansas -- Country singer (5 Star Jubilee).
American pool player and three of his friends. One of their arguments over a game ended in Weston, ID. Dahle was shot in the chest by one of the men who accidentally hit Dahle with his pool cue.
Italy Military man
American military personnel. Lew Walt was also known as a four-star General in the United States Marine Corps who served in World War II and the Korean War. He also served in the Vietnam War. During World War II, he received two Navy Crosses (one for his leadership of the attack on "Aogiri Ridge") during the Battle for Cape Gloucester …
French resistance fighter who was awarded the title of Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English : Companion to the Liberation).
German Nazi StandartenfA 1/4 hrer Colonel in the 1st SS Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler. He died in Heilbronn, Germany, on September 1, 2003 at the age of 90.
Turkish beauty pageant titleholder, pianist, and fashion model (d.2012)
Cleburne (Texas) -- TV announcer (Your Hit Parade).
Sporry Dutch (female author).
Florida, United States -- Bandleader.
Lord Lieutenant (Aberdeenshire).
British editor (Times Literary Supplement).
Australia -- Writer (Tilted Cross, Paper Chase)
Dun-le-Palestel Military man
Famous birthdays on February 16th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
American actor and director (d.82)
Actor (Tony Rome - Butterfield 8, Up Front), died at 89
McDonald's was founded by an American businessman
American boxer, 1933-1956. Primo Carnera was knocked out in the 11th round by him to become the heavyweight champion in 1934. He lost to James Braddock the following year. Baer was inducted into the Boxing Hall of Fame in 1968. He acted in several films during his boxing career, including "The Prizefighter and the Lady." Buddy, his brother, and he …
The Roaring Twenties).
American Astrologer, Teacher, Writer, and Lecturer. She graduated from college in 1930 and began studying astrology. She was eventually ordained as a minister and teacher in the Church of Light. She also worked as a pro-astrologer, and contributed to "Rising Star."
Rochefort sur Mer physician
Albada Belgian sculptor (Charles V).
Russian-English chess player (d. 44)
Captain of the Polish Army, the Home Army (AK) and the anti-communist underground that was active in Poland following WW2. He was known as "The Hammer". One of his subordinates killed him on 27 June 1949.
British ambassador (to US).
American journalist and author. She was the first Asian American reporter to work for a major American newspaper. After graduating from the University of Southern California in 1926, she had a 51-year professional career as a journalist, including stints at the Los Angeles Record, San Francisco News, and the Chicago Times. She was also a writer for the Los Angeles …
Milwaukee, Wisconsin -- US ambassador (to Moscow)
American diplomat, advisor and historian. He is best known for his advocacy of a policy to contain Soviet expansion at the close of World War II. Later, he reversed his position on containment. He gave many lectures and wrote numerous scholarly histories about the relations between the USSR and the United States. He was also one the "The Wise Men", …
German Nazi figure (d. 1988)
German SS officer (d. 1988).
American ventriloquist. He studied a 25-cent book on ventriloquism in high school and then paid $35 to a carpenter to carve the head for his first dummy, Charlie McCarthy. His beloved characters were rated number one in every radio poll. He continued to perform vaudeville, radio and nightclubs as well as film and television. He was earning $6,000 per week …
Quebec priest and sociologist (d.2000)
Canadian priest and sociologist (d.2000)
French screenwriter and director (d. 1960).
German Astrologer, Exponent, and Developer of Cosmobiology since 1938. He was the author of over 60 astrological books, including "The Contact Cosmogram", "Applied Cosmobiology", and "Influence Pluto on Love Life". His work includes 21 volumes that were translated into other languages, 50 Cosmobiology annuals and 40 Cosmobiology Yearbooks annuals. Many of his interesting methods, including the midpoint-structure and psychograms, were …
New York; actor (Diagnosis Unknown).
American actor (Born in 1901).
Actor (Diagnosis Unknown), dead at 69
American saxophonist (Born 1901), songwriter, and bandleader
French TV presenter and songwriter known as "Jaboune"
Playwright / screenwriter
Scottish Royal Navy officer who was promoted to Flag Officer in Scotland and Northern Ireland. He died 31 August 1972.