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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on February 19th

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on February 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010

  • An English family member of notable stature, she is the granddaughter of Richard Branson, a businessman and investor. She is the daughter Branson's son Sam Calthorpe and Isabella Calthorpe.

  • He is an American family icon and the third child and third-born to Tom Dumont, No Doubt guitarist, and Mieke Dumont.

2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on February 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on February 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on February 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Director

  • American family of distinction, Phillip Mahre and Holly Mahre are the sons of a ski father. 8 lbs. 13 oz. He was just four hours old when his father won the Gold Medal at 1984 Winter Olympics.

  • American singer-songwriter


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on February 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • NBA guard (Phoenix Suns).

  • American actor and TV star, most well-known for his role on Lost (ABC). He plays Mr. Sikowitz (an acting teacher) on the TV show Victorious.

  • American actor and TV star. He is best known for his roles in the television series Victorious as Mr. Sikowitz, an acting instructor, Stuart Radzinsky on ABC's Lost and David Tate/Kenneth Hasting, on FX's The Bridge. He also appeared on the crossover comedy Sam and Cat.

  • Greek basketball player and coach

  • safety (Arizona Cardinals).


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on February 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Fear Factory Ascension of GZR and Watchers City of Fire).

  • Canadian politician

  • Italian scientist working for the airport at Ronchi dell'Adige. She devises an ecological solution to determine storms' flight paths, which can slow down or hinder air traffic or pose a grave threat to aircraft.

  • American singer-songwriter guitarist and producer (Smash Mouth)

  • American businessman

  • English swimmer and sportscaster

  • French mountain climber and adventurer, Pierre Royer. On 6 October 1995, he was climbing Kangchenjunga, his 20th mountain, in the Himalayas. He and Pierre Royer, a photographer, disappeared, along with their Sherpa Riku. The radio was still working after a week when some of his equipment was found.

  • English footballer (d. 1998)

  • French mountaineer (d. 1995)

  • English race car driver


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on February 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • American actress

  • Belgium dancer.

  • American business executive and Chairman of General Electric, September 2001. His 20-year experience at GE includes most recently managing its medical-systems division before he took over from Jack Welch. GE is a sprawling $130 billion-dollar-a-year diversified conglomerate that sells everything from aircraft engines, power turbines and CT scanners to life insurance, sitcoms, light bulbs and dishwashers. Immelt is the ninth …

  • English singer-songwriter/guitarist (The Beat and General Public).

  • Ohio, USA; astronaut (STS 32 and STS 43).

  • President of Argentina

  • Massimo Troisi

    Italian film director and actor, Il Postino (The Postman), won five Oscar nominations, including the Best Picture and he, the nomination for Best Actor. He was suffering from a bad heart and was told to either protect his health or make his film. He chose the latter. He died 24 hours later, after the film was finished.

  • Italian tennis player

  • American chess master who started playing in 1967 and reached the rank of Master three years later. He is a computer programmer at University of California Riverside and also directs the Riverside Chess Club.

  • Slovene politician and academic 3rd President

  • Mexico -- PHD / Astronaut (STS 23)

  • Mexican astronaut and engineer

  • American pathologist and author

  • Stephen Nichols

    American actor. His work includes comedy, drama, science-fiction, action and martial art films. In the role of Patch, he was seen on the TV series "Santa Barbara" (1984) and "Days of Our Lives (1985-1990). Nichols has appeared on numerous TV shows including "Matlock," L.A. Law," Melrose Place," In the Heat of the Night," and "The Nanny."

  • Ohio, USA; actor. (Witchboard Days of Our Lives, Days of Our Lives, Days of Our Lives).

  • French judge who specializes in fighting terrorism.

  • Pakistani Islamic Sufi Scholar


1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on February 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • American drag performer, Warholian star, actor, playwright and poet. Jackie was a Manhattan resident who performed as both a man and woman. Before his tragic death, he was a celebrated genius who became a legend. Jackie spent much of his adult life living with his grandmother at the bar.

  • 42nd Mayor of Invercargill, New Zealand

  • Ocean rower

  • American activist who was put in serious danger by reporting unsafe conditions at her work place. She was a technician at Kerr-McGee Corporation’s Cimarron plutonium-fuel facility. In 1974, she began to be concerned about safety procedures and started a discussion with the union. She flew to Washington, DC in September 1974 to provide dates, times, and names to support her …

  • Politician

  • Canadian guitarist (Loverboy & Streetheart).

  • German choreographer and ballet dancer. He studied first music and then dance. In 1970, he joined the London Contemporary Dance Theater; by 1973, he had become the principal dancer. He was a stage and TV actor, creating roles for both TV and stage productions. In 1973, he formed his own male group called "Mantis." Later, he resigned from his dance …

  • American photographer who has been with National Geographic Society since 1970. He has earned a reputation for being a top photographer since then and leads workshops on photography. He is the author of "The Life of a Photograph", a 2008 book.

  • Actor (Moonfleet)

  • Actor (Dynasty, All My Children)


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on February 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • French executive was involved in Furiani-Bastia. He was the manager of Socotec Co. This company is authorized to perform technical inspections. He sent Boirond a positive report on the foundation of the stadium on 4/28/1992. He was not asked for further advice. He was convicted for manslaughter, involuntary injury and manslaughter.

  • British actress (Life of Brian. Sob Sisters. Screaming).

  • British writer, born in China, and author of "Prone to Violence". ErinaEUR(tm), a published poet and playwright, has won a variety of awards. International founder of Refugees for Battered Women and Children, Modern WomenaEUR(tm), Shelter Movement. PizzeyaEUR (tm)'s book was boycotted so severely by radical feminists that a search of all libraries around the globe that could be accessed via …

  • American holistic healer and author, Barbara Brennan School for Healing was founded. She was educated as a scientist and earned her Master's degree in Atmospheric Physics at the University of Wisconsin. After that, she became a NASA research scientist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. She has been involved in the study of human energy fields since 1970. Her first …

  • She was an Israeli singer and writer. Her career was successful in Europe in many languages and she popularized classic Israeli songs.

  • French architect and author of the book Toits du monde (Roofs of the World), His works are well-known in Marseille.

  • Canadian singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 2006).

  • LPGA golfer

  • 10th Panchen Lama, Tibetan religious figure (Born 1938)

  • American guitarist

  • Italian actress, who made her film debut in 1943's "Nesuno torna Indietro" as a child. She was a theatre actress in The Cherry Orchard, and appeared in numerous films and TV dramas in the late sixties and early seventh centuries.

  • Latvian politician Minister for Interior of the Soviet Union (d.91)

  • American blues guitarist

  • Indian-English immunologist, academic

  • American psychic researcher and writer. He is internationally recognized for his more than 80 books on metaphysical, psychic, and inspirational topics. His books include "True Ghost Stories", "Astral Project," "Atlantis Rising", and "The Star People". Three of his books have been used in movies: "The Chindi", "The Hypnotist" or "Unknown Powers". His wife Francie, an internationally-respected psychic, lives in Arizona …

  • Italian trumpeter, musician and TV personality who died in Amelia, 2 May 2013.

  • American singer and songwriter (d.2006)

  • Archeologist

  • French couturier (fashion designer). He opened his own fashion shop in 1962 after working with Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, and Louis FA(c).raud. His label was sold in 1992 after several ownership changes, and finally closed down in 2008.

  • American sportscaster (Born 1935).

  • American baseball player and manager, a left-hitting/right-throwing catcher who played with the Cleveland Indians (1957aEUR"1960), Boston Red Sox (1960aEUR"1965; 1968), and Minnesota Twins (1966aEUR"1967), and then went on to manage the Cincinnati Reds (1982aEUR"1983) and Atlanta Braves (1988aEUR"1990).

  • Pierre Barouh

    French writer-composer-singer best known for his work on Claude Lelouch's film "A Man and a Woman" both as actor, and as lyric writer/singer for Francis Lai's music for the film.

  • Poole Dorset (England) -- Director (Betrayal).

  • Theatre Agent

  • American screenwriter and actress (d. 2004).

  • American male who died from AIDS in May 1986, San Francisco, California.

  • American astronaut, Science Pilot aboard Skylab 2. This was the first U.S. satellite mission. It launched on May 25, 1973, and ended on June 22, 1973. Charles Conrad, Jr. was the spacecraft commander, and Paul J. Weitz, the pilot, were with him during the initial activation.

  • Illinois, USA. Captain Medical Corps US Navy/astronaut. (Skylab 2).

  • Paris, France -- Opera director (Carmina Burana)

  • NASA astronaut

  • American filmmaker; director. He first became interested in film during his time in the Air Force 1951-1953. He learned techniques and made many documentary shorts. After his return to civilian life, he was hired by CBS-TV New York as an assistant Director. He was then promoted to "You Are There" in November 1954. He directed over 125 TV plays.

  • New York, USA. Director (Birdman at Alcatraz).

  • Indian screenwriter and director of actor

  • South Indian film director

1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on February 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • French director since 1960. Before moving into the world of film and stage, he played minor roles before gaining his first experience behind a camera in 1952. He quickly established himself as a skilled craftsman and a strong visual artist in many productions. He died August 9, 2003 in Paris, age 74.

  • Lee Marvin

    American actor, television and film. Marvin is known for his distinctive voice and white hair. He stands 6 feet 2 inches (1.88m) tall. His first roles were supporting characters, mostly soldiers and villains. He starred in M Squad, a hit NBC crime series, as Detective Lieutenant Frank Ballinger, from 1957 to 1960.

  • Ukrainian-born chess grandmaster (Born in 1924)

  • Czech filmmaker, painter, and graphic designer (d. 1999).

  • New York, USA; actor (Paint Your Wagon, Cat Ballou) (dies 1987).

  • Bruce Norris

    American hockey executive (Detroit Red Wings). (Born in 1924)

  • founder (South Africa Conservative Party).

  • Georges Pascal composer.

  • Four-star General of the United States Air Force who was Director of NASA's Apollo Manned Lunar Landing Program (1964-1969), the seventh Director for the National Security Agency (1972-1973), and Commander of Air Force Systems Command (COMAFSC), 1973-1975.

  • American plant physiologist.


1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on February 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • American parapsychology researcher and investigator. He was a parapsychologist for many years. Uri Geller, Peter Hurkos and others were brought to the U.S.A. for testing. To investigate medical miracles like psychic surgery, he went to Brazil. Arigo performed surgery on Puharich's arm while he was there. He removed a cyst using a rusty knife.

  • France Painter

  • Carson McCullers

    American short story writer, playwright, essayist, and poet (d. 1967).

  • American's most successful and famous jockey, who has been called the greatest of them all. His incredible ability to work with horses on the track was legendary, winning five Kentucky Derbys and two Triple Crowns.

  • Peruvian politician, economist and engineer. He was a leading member of Peruvian Aprista Party and became its Secretary General under Manuel A. Odria's government. Odria even asked for his capture "dead, alive" He was the ambassador to Venezuela during Juan Velasco Alvarado's government. Perhaps his most famous moment is when he died in the middle of the Congress of the …

  • French baritone singer. He is known as Les Quatre Barbus. This vocal group, consisting of four French singers, was founded in 1938 and had its greatest success at Parisian cabarets in the 1950s, 1960s. In 1969, the group broke up.

  • Germany Actor

  • Dick Emery

    Actor (Yellow Submarine. Loot. Baby Love), dies aged 65

  • John Freeman

    British diplomat and lawyer, English lawyer politician

  • French comedian and actor on the screen and stage. In 1943, he released his first film. He has over 100 films and won many awards. In 1977, he was awarded the CA(c)sar Award for his supporting role in "Le Crabe Tambourand". In 1988, he received the MoliA're Prize for best actor for his role as Herb Garner in the movie …

  • Merle Oberon

    Eurasian-American actress, who appeared in more than 20 films, including "The Private Life of Henry VIII," 33, "Over The Moon," 1937 and "The Divorce of lady X," 1938. She was also nominated for an Academy Award as best actress in "Dark Angel," 35. She is best known for her role in "Wuthering Heights" and was also a part of Lawrence …

  • Bordeaux Writer

  • American track and field coach (Born in 1911).

  • American Astrologer, who joined AFA 3/1968.

  • American Senator from California who introduced a bill in the Senate to license professional Astrologers. The bill was sponsored by PAI (Professional Astrologers Inc). He was 92 years old when he died in a Sacramento nursing home. He was suffering from Alzheimer's Disease.

  • American silent film actress (d.2010)

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on February 19th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • French engineer and pilot in the Free French Forces of Gibraltar during World War II. He performed 66 bombing mission.

  • C Spruit Dutch conductor.

  • Peruvian diplomat, businessman, journalist, editor, and historian. Miguel Mujica Gallo was his brother. Her father was the owner of one of Peru's largest fortunes. It was based mainly in mining, agriculture, and banking. His fortune was dedicated to the promotion of literature and arts in Peru. He also supported writers with limited resources and became a prominent patron. One notable …

  • Panamanian-American ornithologist and lawyer (d. 1981).

  • Anost EXecutives

  • Belgium sport Champion

  • Spanish botanist and scientist who studies algae. Over 70 research papers were published in Spanish and foreign scientific journals. He also discovered more than 50 species of algae. Miranda was elected Honorary Member (1958), and Honorary President (1960), of the Botanical Society of Mexico. He died in Mexico on 17/12/64.

  • American illustrator and author (d. 1975).

  • St. Paul, Minnesota -- Novelist. (Plagued By Nightingales).

  • Brno, Czechoslovakia -- Actor/director (2 Smart People).

  • New York, actress (Going My Way Young Mr Bobbins).

  • American essayist and short story writer, American novelist.

  • Louisville, Kentucky -- Rhythm Tap Dancer (No Maps On My Taps).

  • English soldier (d. 2012)

  • Dutch resistance fighter/ Chairman (Feyenoord).

  • French psychiatrist and physician, who was the former chief medical officer of the Saint-Louis Hospital's adult psychiatric ward and the founder of the Department of Psychiatry of the Child in the Saint-Jacques Hospital of Nantes is the inventor of morphopsychology. It is the source of the 1980 foundation of the "French Society morphopsychology".

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