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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on February 21st

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on February 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on February 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on February 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Mélanie Laurent

    French actress, director, singer, and writer. Her first major role in "Don't Worry. I'm Fine", a 2006 French drama, was her breakthrough performance. She later won the CA(c),sar Award for Most Promising actress and the Prix Romy. Schneider. Laurent was also well-known to international audiences because of her role as Shosanna Dreyfus, Quentin Tarantino’s 2009 film "Inglourious Basterds." She won …

  • Eoin Macken

    TV Actor

  • French actress and French director

  • Venezuelan baseball player

  • Family Member


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on February 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • Jennifer Love Hewitt
  • French tour tennis player and three-time Grand Slam doubles champion. She won the 2006 US Open women’s doubles title together with Vera Zvonareva, as well as the 2007 French Open mixed doubles title along with Andy Ram and the 2007 US Open women’s doubles title alongside Dinara Safina.

  • Jordan Peele


  • Guadeloupean-French professional soccer player (soccer player), who plays as a defender at French Ligue 2 side AC Arles-Avignon.

  • Marc Pulvar, a French journalist, presenter and TV host, was born to Marc Pulvar, who founded the Martinican Independence movement.

  • hockey defenseman (Team France 1998).

  • South Korean singer-songwriter (Sinawe)


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on February 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • American football player. He was a running back for Washington Redskins from 2/2/1997 until he was fired by the team. Allen, a ninth-round draft selection, was signed originally by the Minnesota Vikings in February 1990. Allen's five-year career with the Vikings was short lived. He was finally released on 5/08/1995. Allen was a formidable player who played in the 1996 …

  • NFL defensive end (Kansas City Chiefs).

  • William Baldwin

    American screenwriter and producer of actor actors

  • Pennsylvania, USA pentathlete (Olympics-16th-1988), 1992, 1996

  • New Zealand; Australasia golfer.

  • Belgian film director, best known for his 1997 film "Ma vie en rose," that won the Golden Globe Award in 1998 for Best Foreign Language Film at The 55th Golden Globe Awards. "Ma vie En Rose" is also used in England to teach cross-dressing. It is an extremely valuable film for the community.

  • Christopher Atkins

    American screenwriter and producer of actor actors

  • rock vocalist (English Beat - "Drowning").

  • American wrestler (d. 2001).

  • German impostor currently serving 27 years to life in prison in the United States for murder. Gerhartsreiter, in his late teens, moved to the U.S. where he lived as a variety of aliases, including an art collector, a scientist, a captain of a ship, a negotiator for international debt agreements and an English aristocrat. His story was plausible and he …

  • American actress


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on February 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Kelsey Grammer

    American actor. He is best known for his role as Frazier Crane in the TV series Cheers. With the support of his co-stars, he was able quit his cocaine addiction. In 1993, he had to deal with an issue of having sex in public with a teenage girl. His family history was marred by tragedy: his father and sister were …

  • American humorist, astrologer, and political activist. When he ran for San Francisco County Supervisor in 1982 as "Sister Boom Boom," he gained media attention and 23,124 votes. He has been a tireless advocate for gay rights since 1970. In 1979, he joined Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, a group of gay male nuns.

  • Recep Tayyip Erdogan's twenty-fifth Prime Minister is his wife.

  • Mexican-American poet and author (d.2011)

  • English DJ and saxophonist, Quando Quango and M People

  • Belgian athlete. He started playing football, then switched to running. He was a silver medalist at the 1976 MontrA(c), 1500m and 800m Olympics, and he died a few months later.

  • Belgium -- 800 / 1500m dash (1976 Olympics - Silver Medalist)

  • William Petersen

    American producer and actor

  • Christine Ebersole

    American singer and actress

  • Actor (Return To Lonesome Dove).

  • Illinois, USA. Actress (Saturday Night Live. Barbara - Valerie. My Favorite Martian. Tootsie).

  • French suspect in homicide. He was held for seven years for triple murder. The verdict was overturned on June 15, 1995 and he was freed. He never stopped praising his innocence in the Huos carnage.

  • American intellectual historian, psychologist, and astrologer. He graduated from Harvard University and Saybrook Institute. He was previously Director of Programs & Education at Esalen Institute. Tarnas is the author of 1991's "The Passion of the Western Mind", a highly acclaimed history of Western thinking that became a bestseller as well as a popular text at universities and colleges. Some scholars …

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on February 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • Alan Rickman

    Actor (Robin Hood Prince of Thieves).

  • Tyne Daly

    American actress who stumbled into acting as a result of her parents' acting skills. She did stage work, low budget films and guest appearances. She knew she wanted to be an actress from the age of four. Her first roles were in traditional roles. She was type-cast in "modern women" shows that had a message. She began to appear in …

  • Anthony Daniels

    British actor

  • Patricia Nixon, a noted American family, is the daughter of President Richard Nixon. She married Edward Cox, an attorney, on 06/12/1971. Their first child, Christopher, was born 3/14/1979. As children in public, she and her sister Lucie had to be responsible as they grew up. She is now involved in charity work as an adult.

  • American journalist and author

  • Danièle Evenou
  • American entrepreneur and record producer, as well as an agent and film producer, who was a phenomenally successful record executive. He was once the manager of Crosby and Stills and Nash as well as Cher, Joni Mitchell, The Eagles, and many other big-name artists. Forbes 400 Richest Americans has included him.

  • Jazz pianist

  • New York, USA; record producer (Geffen, Asylum).

  • German actress and director

  • Scottish author, also the author of "People in a Landscape – The New Highlanders". Linklater was editor of The Scotsman newspaper from 1988 to 1994. Linklater left to become a freelance writer, which included frequent appearances as a columnist at the London Times. He is the Chairman of the Scottish Arts Council. He believes that the arts can and should …

  • Trinidadian-American educator and historian (d. 2013).

  • Berlin, Germany -- Actress/director (Marianne).

  • American baseball player. He was a left-throwing/right-batting pitcher and played nine games in 1962 for the Detroit Tigers.

  • Politician

  • Peter McEnery

    England, United Kingdom -- Actor. (Game is Over Moonspinners).

  • English race car driver (d. 2011)

  • Hong Kong screenwriter and composer (d.2004)

1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on February 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • Gene Fullmer's brother, American boxer. He died 28 January 2012.

  • Avoca, Iowa -- Actor ("West Side Story", Diary of Anne Frank).

  • Avoca, Iowa -- Actor ("West Side Story", Diary of Anne Frank).

  • Producer of rock (Riding with King)

  • British writer, with a wide range of output. She writes short stories and romantic novels as well as humor pieces. She is a bright and witty guest who is often seen in interviews on television. Leo Cooper, her publisher husband of 25 years, has been happily married to her for two decades and they have two children.

  • Gary Lockwood

    American actor

  • V of Norway

  • Italic news reports her marriage to Luciano Pavarotti, an opera singer in September 1961. She has three daughters. After 35 years of marriage, he broke down in 1996 with his ex-secretary, 26-year old Nicoletta Mantovani. Her lawyer issued a statement in which she stated that they were going to divide their property. The family was disapproving. She stated that he …

  • American politician, attorney and educator featured on Time magazine's cover as one 12 Women of the Year in 1/05/1976. Only two blacks and six other women were able to enroll at Texas So. University Law School. She graduated 84th out of 250. She was a Houston lawyer from 1960 to 1967, but discovered her true passion for politics during the …

  • American politician, attorney and educator featured on Time magazine's cover as one 12 Women of the Year in 1/05/1976. Only two blacks and six other women were able to enroll at Texas So. University Law School. She graduated 84th out of 250. She was a Houston lawyer from 1960 to 1967, but discovered her true passion for politics during the …

  • Texas, USA; American politician (Representative-Democrat-Texas, 1972-78).

  • Scottish actor most well-known for portraying Detective Chief Inspector Jim Taggart on the ITV television series Taggart, which ran for 11 years before his death.

  • French Canadian political operative

  • American country music singer. In 1963, he recorded one album for Vee Jay Records and also appeared on radio programs. Two singles from the album reached No. 1 on the Billboard country music charts, "Hello Trouble" at Number. 5 and "Did You Miss You?" at No. 25. Couch succumbed to acute limphoblastic lymphoma on May 26, 2002.

  • American author

  • Rue McClanahan

    American actress, stage, film, and TV. She is best known for her role as Blanche Devereaux on the hit TV show "The Golden Girls." In 1987, she won an Emmy for portraying that southern belle in a funny and charming way.

  • Oklahoma, USA; actress (Maude and Golden Girls).

  • American composer, improviser and organist.

  • French curator at National Museum responsible for the sculptures of Versailles. Michel Hoog is her husband and curator at the 'MusA(c?)e National d'Art Moderne'. Their son, Emmanuel Hoog is CEO of Agence France Press.

  • Israeli filmmaker, poet, playwright, and publicist. He published 20 books of Hebrew poetry.

  • Nina Simone

    American jazz singer. It is more accurate to call her a "soul" because her music is full of emotion. Or an eclectic because she mixes soul, blues, and gospel with pop. SimoneaEUR (tm), in 1959, made a Top 40 hit with her version of George GershwinaEUR (tm), "I Loves You Porgy". However, her music never reached a large audience.

  • North Carolina, USA; singer/pianist ("I Loves You Porgy").


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on February 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • He was a French comic from a nightclub who created all his own material. At 19 he began appearing in films with Paul Meurisse. He went on to play supporting roles in over 100 films. In the 1990s, in his 70's he once more resumed his popularity and for months - drunk most of the time - he did imitations …

  • Erma Bombeck

    American humorist and journalist, author of 11 books and a column that was read by millions across 700 cities. Her books include "The Grass Is Always Greener Than The Septic Tank", "If Life is a Bowl of Cherries", and "If Life is a Bowl of Cherries: What am I doing in the Pits?" "A Marriage Made In Heaven... Or Too …

  • France Actor

  • French-Canadian composer and musician (d. 1966).

  • France; fashion designer (Audrey Hepburn).

  • American screenwriter and film director. He was known for his slow-motion vision of violence, and for killing the old Western.

  • American actor, director, and producer. He was the assistant director at the Karamu Theatre in Cleveland, where he remained for 15 years. In 1967, he founded Al Fann Theatrical Ensemble. He was the assistant director of the Karamu Theatre in Cleveland for 15 years. His films include "Cotton Comes to Harlem", 1970. "The French Connection," 1971. "Come Back Charleston Blue", …

  • NBA coach

  • NBA coach

  • Glageon physician

  • 1980-1987: Prime Minister of Zimbabwe; 1987-1987 President of Zimbabwe

  • 1980-1987: Prime Minister of Zimbabwe; 1987-present President of Zimbabwe

  • The Archbishop of Florence 1983, an Italian ecclesiastic was ordained a Cardinal.

  • American computer scientist and engineer (d.2014)

  • Premier / President of Zimbabwe

  • American philosopher and academic (d. 2002).

  • French financier and public servant, of sephardic Jewish origin. After being active in the rA (c)sitance during WW II he joined the Inspection gA (c)nA)rale des finances (1947) and quickly advanced. We were involved in the 1953 funding of L'express, a weekly magazine with Jean-Jacques Servan Schreiber and FranASSoise Guiroud. He joined the bank Shearson Lehman-Hutton in 1986, which later …

  • Canadian cartoonist and sculptor (d.2007)


1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on February 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • France sport Champion

  • American jazz musician, composer and arranger. He was also a pianist. In 1947, Esquire magazine named him Best New Jazz Arranger. He released "Mating Call" in 1956 with John Coltrane.

  • Actress/dancer Ziegfeld Follies, dies at the age of 73.

  • M Marijnen Dutch premier (1963-65).

  • Ann Sheridan

    American actress, known as "oomph girl". She reached her peak as an actress and leading lady in the early '40s. She won a beauty contest and developed a strong, positive acting style. Over 70 of her films include "Angels With Dirty Faces," 1938, and "King's Row," 41. She was a TV actress who appeared on "Another World" in 1956, and …

  • England, United Kingdom -- 4 X 400m runner (1936 Olympics - Gold Medalist)

  • France Military man

  • German Nazi military, an ObersturmbannfA 1/2 hrer (Lieutenant Colonel), in the Waffen-SS. SchAPnberger was the commander of the SturmgeschA 1/2 tz (Assault guns) Battalion LSSAH during Operation Marita. Later, he was given command of I/Battalion, SS Panzer Regiment 1. He was in command of the 1st SS Panzer Regiment when he was hit by artillery shrapel and died on November …

  • Germany Military man

  • Norwegian actor and translator. In 1930, he made his stage debut at Centralteatret. His father was actor Hauk Aabel and his brother Per Aabel.


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on February 21st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • English poet (d. 1973).

  • English-American poet, playwright, and composer (d. 1973).

  • British poet, perhaps the best of the '30s. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize 1948 for "The Age of Anxiety".

  • United States -- Poet (Age of Anxiety Pulitzer 1948).

  • Norwegian politician, landowner, forester and politician. He joined Najonal Samling in 1933, the fascist party established by Vidkun Quinsling. He was a councillor of state during World War II and a minister in Quisling’s pro-Nazi puppet administration.

  • French writer, who wrote 60 diaries over her 74-year-old years about her SELF (often capitalized), and how she was working to improve her self-absorption. She began her diary at 15 years old, after being introspective since childhood. From 1966 to 1971, she published four diaries. Nin thought she was an artist when in reality, Nin was a minor writer, and …

  • French poet, screenwriter and novelist. His work has influenced French prose, poetry, and cinema. 1975/10/25 - Death.

  • French author ("Un Enfant a Dit"

  • American advertising executive (d. 1977).

  • Germany Actor

  • Nock English/US historian (Saint Paul).

  • Professor at Harvard University and English classicalist theologian (d. 1963).

  • Italian actress and voice actor, who appeared in 37 films from 1918 to 1959.

  • Italy Painter

  • French track and field champion, who competed at the Olympics high jump in Antwerp in 1920 and Paris in 1924. He also competed in Amsterdam in 1928.

  • Norwegian actor, singer, radio reciter, theatre director. He was a military officer and a reserve officer in Norway's Army before he began his acting career.

  • Jean-Louis Barrault, a French comedian, actress, and theatre director, married Jean-Louis Barrault. Their company was founded in 1946 and they became one of France's most prominent stage couples. Her film credits include "Jean de la Lune," Children of Montmarte," and "Maria Chapdelaine".

  • English comedian/actor (Miss Jones & Son).

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