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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on February 18th

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on February 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on February 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

  • British child of a noted parent. His dad is soccer star Paul Gascoigne, and his mom Sheryl Failes Kyle. Sheryl had two children from a previous relationship. Regan's parents had been in a turbulent five-year marriage with another man just before he was born. His father was not there for Regan's birth. Regan was born on July 1, 1996. His …

  • YouTube Star

  • YouTube Star

  • Park Shin-hye is a South Korean actress known for her roles in popular Korean dramas such as 'You're Beautiful' and 'The Heirs'.

  • South Korean singer and actress

  • Dutch baseball player

  • Canadian ice hockey player

1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on February 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Changmin is a South Korean singer known for being a member of the popular K-pop group TVXQ.

  • Maiara Walsh

    Maiara Walsh is a Brazilian-American TV actress known for her role as Ana Solis on the TV series Desperate Housewives.

  • South Korean singer (TVXQ)

  • American actor and chef

  • TV Actor

  • Italian unification was a political and social movement that consolidated different states of the Italian peninsula into the single state of the Kingdom of Italy in the 19th century. It is mostly known for its role in bringing about the unification of Italy and the end of foreign domination.

  • American singer-songwriter and pianist. Her music is often associated with the antifolk scene in New York City's East Village.

  • Estonian footballer

  • New Zealand; swimmer (Olympics-1996).

  • Kazakhstani-Canadian ice hockey player

1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on February 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • French politician, born to a Moroccan mother and a French-Breton father. She was a member of the "Parti Socialiste" and was named Minister for Labour in September 2015. This is the youngest government of Valls.

  • German actor and comedian

  • Croatian footballer

  • Croatian footballer

  • Claude Makelele is a retired French footballer known for revolutionizing the defensive midfield position and for his successful career at top clubs like Real Madrid and Chelsea.

  • American baseball player: Giants pitcher

  • French manager and footballer


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on February 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Molly Ringwald

    American singer and actress. Ringwald, then 13 years old, was nominated in 1982 for a Golden Globe for "Tempest", her first major film based on Shakespeare's plays with a modern setting.

  • American baseball pitcher, for the Milwaukee Brewers.

  • California, USA; actress ("Sixteen Candles," Pretty in Pink).

  • Roberto Baggio is an Italian former footballer known for his skillful play and iconic ponytail. He is considered one of the greatest footballers of all time.

  • American baseball coach and player

  • Lorena Herrera

    Lorena Herrera is a Mexican actress, model, and singer known for her work in telenovelas and her music career.

  • American victim of rape. She reported three kidnappings and rapes at her Dorchester variety shop in 1988. Later, her story was questioned.

  • American television and film producer

  • American rapper and record producer

  • Journalist

  • American rap musician in the gangsta' rap genre. He is a successful business man, founder of Aftermath Entertainment, a record production company. In 1992 he founded Death Row Records, which achieved success until 1996 when hip-hop music declined in popularity. He followed with Aftermath, signing prominent artists.

  • American murderer (d. 2005)

  • Musician

  • Matt Dillon

    American actor, who made his film debut in 1978 as a teenager with "Over the Edge," followed by "My Bodyguard", and "Little Darlings". He was the youngest of six children and was the son of a salesman. He was discovered by a talent scout and made his debut film at the age of 14. He was physically tough and emotionally …

  • American professional baseball player. He has been a player for the American League for eight seasons and for the National League for three since 1998. Tapani was selected as the ninth round free-agent draft pick of the Chicago Cubs on 6/03/1985. He did not sign with them. Instead, the Oakland Athletics selected him 6/02/1986. Tapani was finishing his finance degree …

  • Politician

  • Musician

  • Discovery of Pluto is a historic event in astronomy, marking the identification of the ninth planet in our solar system.

  • She is a French stage actress, singer, and songwriter, of Italian descent. She learned how to play the guitare from Michel Petrucciani, her father. She was part of the jury for the TV show "Nouvelle Star", and has been hosting "Prodiges” since 2014.

  • Julie Strain is an American actress and model known for her work in B-movies and erotic films.

  • NFL linebacker (New York Giants).

  • Canadian ice hockey player

  • Greta Scacchi

    Italian-British actress. She is the daughter of a British dancer and a painter. Scacchi, pronounced "skacky", was born in Italy and spent her childhood there before moving to London. Her parents immigrated to Australia in 1975. She worked as a cowgirl, and an interpreter for the Italians. Greta, then 18, returned to London to study drama at the Old Vic …

  • NHL goalie (Oilers, Bruins, Olympics - Canada - 1988)

  • British radio and TV presenter

  • Italian actress, model and television personality

  • American voice actor and animator

1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on February 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • American television hostess and performer, whose claim of fame is sitting by a spinning wheel and smiling while it spins on "Wheel Of Fortune." She was one of 200 candidates for the "Wheel's hostess" role, which is the most watched syndicated TV series. She is slim, simple, well-dressed, and coifed. This has made her a popular mannequin, earning $100 million …

  • Former East German track and field sprinter. She holds 16 world records in outdoor sprints and 14 in indoor events. In September 2012, she still holds the world record for over 400m set in 1985. She also held the European 200m record (1979-1915).

  • American screenwriter and producer

  • Businessman

  • Georgian politician and businessman, 10th Prime Minister of Georgia

  • The alias Momon is a Peruvian serial killer and kidnapper. He was responsible for 19 victims. He was a member of a criminal group called "Momon" in the nineties. They used weapons of war (weapons that are short- and long-range) as well as sophisticated communications equipment, stolen cars and sophisticated communications equipment to commit their crimes. One property even had …

  • Swedish singer, songwriter, and musician.

  • Swedish singer (d. 1997)

  • American luthier

  • John Travolta

    American actor who rose to fame as Vinnie Barbarino, a TV and stage star. His roles in films such as "Saturday Night Fever," and "Grease" made him a star. He is a one-man actor and has played many roles, including a simple genius, lusty angel, star struck thug or FBI agent. His appeal shines through in every role. His electric …

  • New Jersey, USA, actor (Welcome Back Kotter Saturday Night Fever Grease Pulp Fiction).

  • Author and photographer of American mountaineers (d. 2006).

  • He is an American-Canadian hockey player, and a well-known family member. He is the brother to Mark Howe and the son of Gordie Howe who are both hockey players. Marty was selected by the Montreal Canadiens in the third round of the 1974 NHL Entry Draft. He was the assistant coach of the Chicago Wolves in the AHL from 2001 …

  • Isabel Preysler is a Filipino-Spanish journalist known for her high-profile relationships and socialite status.

  • Queen Komal of Nepal

  • John Hughes was an American film director, producer, and screenwriter, best known for creating iconic 1980s teen films such as The Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, and Sixteen Candles.

  • John Hughes

    John Hughes was an American film director, producer, and screenwriter, best known for creating iconic 1980s teen films such as The Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, and Sixteen Candles.

  • Cybill Shepherd

    American actress. Miss Teenage Memphis was 16 years old when she was crowned Beauty Queen. Peter Bogdanovich "discovered" her in 1970, when she was already a popular model and cover girl. She was then cast in "The Last Picture Show", sponsored by Bogdanovich, her mentor and lover. He had left his wife and two children when he fell for her.

  • Canadian politician and journalist

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on February 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • American serial killers convicted

  • Jess Walton
  • American child actor in stage and commercial productions. He was a TV producer and writer. In the 1980s, he produced, directed, and wrote "In Search of Astrology," which was hosted by Leonard Nimoy. He produced and directed the 1975 stage production of Jean Genet’s "Deathwatch".

  • Tennessee, USA; actress (Moonlighting and Last Picture Show).

  • American broadcaster. First female anchorperson on TV, Channel 6 in Philadelphia. Her previous careers include producing, accounting executive, and working on cable TV.

  • Brazilian astrologer.

  • American songwriter and drummer (The Doobie Boys) (d. 2005).

  • Sinéad Cusack

    Irish-English actress

  • Ireland -- Actress (Waterland and Revenge).

  • Edir Macedo is a Brazilian religious leader and founder of the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God, known for his controversial teachings and business ventures.

  • American sportscaster and golfer

  • Mexican-American artist. Contemporary painter and muralist. He is part of an artist's group from Northern California, which has won international acclaim.

  • Missouri, USA; actor

  • Missouri, USA; LPGA golfer. (Vare Trophy 1976-1977).

  • American sports team owner (Denver Broncos).

  • Graeme Garden

    Actor, comedian and scriptwriter from Scotland. His TV debut was in 1967. He also co-starred with and wrote for "The Goodies", a British TV series that aired from 1970 to 1970.

  • Italian singer, songwriter and guitarist, who is also a record producer. He is considered to be one of the founding fathers of Italian rock music. His popularity as a singer reached its peak in 1960s when he was one the "urlatori", literally "screamers", a group that included Adriano Celentano and Little Tony.

  • Belgium sport Champion

  • American Roman Catholic priest. He was a well-liked priest, who was ordained in 1966. He was called "outstanding" as well as "inspirational". On 10/21/1991, he was charged with rape and indecently attacking another boy. He was sentenced to a suspended sentence with ten years probation, and ordered to enroll in an inpatient mental health program. Father Lavigne (51), agreed not …

  • American singer-songwriter

  • Rhode Island, USA. Rocker (Cupid’s Arrow).

  • Estonian singer and weightlifter (d. 2001).

  • Puerto Rican-American singer/songwriter (The Teenagers).


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on February 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • Italian showjumper and equestrian. He won the Olympic Gold Medal at Monaco in 1972, and Los Angeles in 1984. Mancinelli admitted to Mancinelli in May 1992 that he had AIDS.

  • Italian politician and educator. He was a professor and a member the Senate. He was also counselor to the MITA. He was assassinated on 4/16/1988 by the Red Brigade.

  • Estonian freestyle swimmer

  • Swimming USA (1960 Olympics - 2 Gold Medals).

  • Lebanese prime minister

  • Italian actress and leading lady in Italian films of the 1950s. At 14 years old, she made her first film appearance in 1949. She continued working until the 1960s when she was married to Jean Sorel (1963).

  • American psychiatrist, physician, and training and supervising analyst at Menninger school for psychiatry.

  • French film critic and historian at La FA (c)mis, France's state film school. He has published essays about Michel Simon, Jean Gabin and Jean Renoir as well as Georges Simenon, Louis Verneuil, and Jean Renoir. He is also the author of "D'aprA (c)s Simenon Simenon, Simenon et la cinA (c)ma" in 2001.

  • Spanish-French fashion designer

  • French politician who represented the Union for a Popular Movement from Seine-et-Marne (UMP) in the French National Assembly in 2007. He has held this post since 1967. His involvement in liberation operations for French hostages held in Iraq after the 2003 invasion by the US is what makes him most famous.

  • American musician. He was a bass player and singer with the "The Byrds", "New Riders of the Purple Sage", and "The Flying Burrito Brothers." John York was replaced by him in 1969 when he joined "The Byrds", staying with them until September 1972. He died in Silverton, Oregon on July 6, 2003 from Alzheimer's disease. He was 69 years old.

  • Italian orchestral conductor, and leader of Detroit Symphony. He graduated from MilanaEUR(tm), Verdi Conservatory with diplomas in piano and composition. In 1964, he was a jazz and classical concert pianist. Ceccato was a guest conductor for Milan's Philharmonic Orchestra in 1967. Since 1989, he has been a teacher at the Hamburg School of Music.

  • Italy; conductor (Detroit Symphony Orchestra 1973-1977).

  • Japanese conceptual artist, musician and designer, as well as composer, poet, and performer.

  • Mary Ure

    Scottish actress, on screen and on TV, since 1955. In 1960, she was nominated for the Best Supporting Actress award.

  • French lawyer, head of the five-man defense team for Maurice Papan (See the case under this name).

  • English manager and footballer (d. 2009).

  • Toni Morrison

    American writer. She was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1993 and the Pulitzer Prize for "Beloved", her novel about slavery. She is also the author of "The Bluest Eye," 1970 and "Sula," 1973. "Song of Solomon," 1977. "Beloved," 1987. "Jazz" 1992.

  • USA; Nobel Prize laureate, American novelist (Tar Baby. Beloved. Song of Solomon).

  • Indian / British industrial / multi-millionaire (Caparo)

  • American cartoonist The Wizard of Id was co-created by him (d. 2007).


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on February 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • American politician, The U.S. A Virginia senator, he is a conservative politician. He is handsome and elegantly dressed. His reputation as a tireless worker and a person of great character is undisputed. Warner was a U.S. Navy officer from 1944 to 1946.

  • Manager and Scout for Puerto Rican baseball players (d. 2016).

  • American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds (1945, 1947aEUR'54), Philadelphia Phillies (54aEUR'56), St. Louis Cardinals (56aEUR'58), and Detroit Tigers (1958).

  • Actor / opera vocalist (Leiser Wolf in Anatevka)

  • Israeli intelligence officer in Mossad. He was part of several notable operations including the unsuccessful Lillehammer affair, and the rescue at Entebbe of hostages.

  • French victim of homicide, found dead at her Mougins home, France. She had written, "Omar murdered me" with her own blood. Omar Raddad, a gardener, was born 7/01/1962, date unknown, near Oujda in Morocco. He was convicted and sentenced to 18 years imprisonment on the basis of this evidence, although popular opinion is that he wasn't guilty.

  • Nalini Jaywant

    Indian actress (d.2010)

  • French political activist, captain of the Algerian Branch of the Organisation de l'armA (c)e secrA)te ["Organisation of the Secret Army")], a short-lived French dissident far right paramilitary organization during the Algerian War (1954aEUR")

  • Italian singer who died in Rome on 10/12/1979.

  • George Kennedy

    George Kennedy was an American actor known for his roles in Cool Hand Luke and the Naked Gun series.

  • George Kennedy

    George Kennedy was an American actor known for his roles in Cool Hand Luke, Airport, and the Naked Gun series.

  • Scottish actor and repertory character actor. He started his career professionally in 1946. His amateur dramas started with the Glasgow Unity Theatre. He also performed one-man pantomime shows at the Edinburgh Festival. Hunter was a part of "Callan" between February1967 and May 1972.

  • Canadian artist

  • French detective novelist and police commissioner. On 12 October 2005, he died from cancer in La Rochelle.

  • A Latvian-Canadian psychic who is well-known for her accuracy. She is a kind and caring reader and her followers are loyal. She immigrated to Canada from the USSR and now lives in Toronto, Ontario.

  • Italian-Canadian mob boss (d.2010)

  • American producer and screenwriter (d. 1993).

  • Venezuelan scientist and academic (d.1999)

  • Sicilian-born Canadian organized crime figure (d. 2010)

  • Helen Gurley Brown
  • Swiss singer, bigband director and musician. Died 26 Feb. 2012 in Luzern, age 90.

  • American baseball player [AAGPBL] (d. 95)


1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on February 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • Jack Palance

    Jack Palance was an American actor known for his roles in classic films such as City Slickers and Shane.

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  • American Army officer, paratrooper, and military soldier who commanded the 2nd Battalion of the 517th Parachute Infantry Regiment during World War II, as well as the 82nd Airborne Division, and the XVIII Airborne Corps during a 35 year career. On 8 June 2013, he died.

  • France sport Champion

  • American psychologist (d.2008)

  • American astrologer. She suffered a fatal heart attack while getting ready for a visit on 4/21/1978 at 11:50 to 12 PM in Rockford, IL.

  • Canadian politician and leader of Civic Action League. In 1954, he won a clear victory and was elected the youngest mayor of Montreal. Drapeau lost in 1957 but was reelected in October 1960. He began rebuilding Montreal and added the Place des Arts, subway and the Expo in 1967. The Olympics were also brought to Montreal in 1976.

  • Gathergood curator.

  • American country music musician and songwriter (Born 1914).

  • American fiddler and singer (d. 2000).

  • Edwards chemist.

  • Italian kidnapping victim 3/03/1987 He was badly injured and died on 5/09/1987.

  • Nancy Writer

  • German Chief of the Social Office, Reich Youth German Head. Before joining the Nazi Party, he studied law. In 1928, he founded the first Hitler youth organization. He saw active service in the Western Front in May 1940, and was badly wounded in the Eastern Front in 1941.

  • Auguste Le Breton was a French author and screenwriter known for his crime novels and for co-writing the screenplay for the film 'Rififi'.

  • Dane Clark

    Brooklyn, New York -- Actor. (Wire Service. Bold Venture. Perry Mason).

  • Peruvian aviator, honored as a national hero.


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on February 18th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • Riel Dutch politician (Dutch Liberal Party).

  • Wollaston (Massachusetts) -- Actor (Good Morning World).

  • American screenwriter and lawyer (d. 2008).

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