List of celebrities and famous people who were born on February 22nd
Famous birthdays on February 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002009
English child of a noted parent. Her mother Melanie Chisholm is a former Spice Girl and Thomas Starr. Scarlett was the first child.
American twins were born to Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez, noted performers. They are LopezaEUR (tm), first, and AnthonyaEUR (tm), fourth and fifth.
American family of note, the son Amy Fisher, who was once called the "Long Island Lolita". Brett's father is 25 years older than his mother, who is a fitness fanatic and a photographer. Brett is half-sibling to two older siblings from his father's previous marriage.
Famous birthdays on February 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901998
American family of distinction, first child to Kathleen Leighton, WKBW-TV news anchor and Buffalo columnist Kevin Collison.
Famous birthdays on February 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American Engineer Lawyer and Academic
Swedish actress and singer (Play).
Three-year-old French victim of homicide. She was killed along with her mother, sister, and maternal grandparents. Stephane, her father, then shot her to death. He committed suicide on the 11th of June 1992, 9:10 PM ET, Aubagne, France.
Belgian athlete. He was a 400m runner and won two gold medals at European championships (400m in 2010 & 4X400m relay 2012), as well as a bronze medal at 2011 World championships. Jonathan, his identical twin, was a silver medalist at 2010 European championship. His brother Dylan and sister Olivia are both international athletes.
South Korean model and actress
American basketball player
South Korean actor and singer
Model and actress from Paraguayan
Greek basketball player
Irish rugby player
Greek basketball player
American actress and comedian
American pornographic actress
American porn director and actress
Actress and producer from Nepalese-Australia
American water polo player, Jr.
American football player
English radio personality, best known for his coverage on Derby County F.C. BBC Radio Derby as a commentator, reporter, and presenter. After receiving a terminal diagnosis for melanoma, he began to act as an activist and fundraiser. He also set up an appeal to educate children about the disease. Bloomfield, who was 33 years old, died in a hospice close …
German actress and singer
South Korean singer (Sechs Kies)
South Korean singer (Sechs Kies)
Famous birthdays on February 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
New York; actor (And God Made Women, Ghostwriter).
English singer and dancer (Precious & Atomic Kitten).
Austria; tennis star (1994 semi Surabaya).
German producer and director of actor
French murderer who pulled a man under a train as he waited on Rambuteau station, line 11, of the Paris MA(c).tro at 7:15pm on 31 January 2005. The man died instantly. Sevele was previously convicted in Lyon of burglary and theft with violence.
South African rugby player
American actress, noted family. She is the daughter of John Drew Barrymore (left) and Idelko Jaaid (right). This family has been known for their acting talent for generations. She had credits in many outstanding films by the age of ten including "Altered States", "E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, "Irreconcilable Differences", and "Firestarter" are some of her credits. She is a natural and …
American basketball player: Pistons guard/forward
New York, USA; dance skater (and Demkowski).
California actress (ET. Firestarter. Poison Ivy. Altered States).
Born in a military family, British singer. He is a former army captain in Kosovo and is well-known for his hit song "You're Beautiful".
Ontario, Canada; NHL center (Tampa Bay Lightning).
Japan; Tennis star (1996 Hobart).
Puerto Rican-American drag queen performer
He is the current coach of the Paris Handball Team. After the 2008 victory of France's national handball team, which he was captain, he retired from field play.
He was a French track and road racing legend. He won "Les 4 jours de Dunkerque", "Gent-Wevelgem" and a bronze medal at 1992 Olympics. He is well-known for confessing to doping. He died at the age of 40.
Idaho, USA; biathlete (Olympics-1994).
NFL Guard (Atlanta Falcons).
Chinese-American at 17 years old, he was the youngest man to win the French Open. He is a rising star on the men's tennis circuit. He became a pro tennis player a month before his 16th Birthday.
French professional cross-country mountain biker and cyclocross racer. She is a three time Olympian and a two-time world champion in cyclocross.
New Jersey, USA; Tennis star (1989 French Open).
German speed skater
NFL tackle (NE Patriots).
Lakewood, California -- Softball pitcher (1996 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
Filipina actress and singer who played the role of Kim in Miss Saigon. She won the Olivier and Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics awards. Salonga, who was signed to Atlantic Records in 1993, is the first Filipino artist that has been signed to an international label. She is also the first artist from the Philippines to be released on …
NFL defensive tackle (Green Bay Packers - Super Bowl 31)
WLAF linebacker (Amsterdam Admirals)
100 metre/200 metre runner.
British Columbia, Canada; NHL defenseman (Anaheim Mighty Ducks).
Philippines; singer/actress (Miss Saigon).
Quebec, Canada; NHL goalie (Winnipeg Jets).
American who was offered a spot on a reality TV show. Justin Walsh, Donato Ventresca and he competed against one another and other contestants to win the hand of Larissa Meek, a model, on "Average Joe Hawaii". She didn't choose any of them. Glazer, a Charlestown stockbroker, reached round six before she was axed. Ventresca is a sewer contractor, while …
Canadian-American mathematician, academic
American basketball player: Jazz forward
Famous birthdays on February 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American producer and director of actor
American sportsman accused of sexual abuse of a teenage girl Green Bay Packers tight end Mark Chmura was charged with sexual abuse of a teen girl. His defense attorney claimed that Chmura hated the teenager and had lied about it. Now 18, the girl claims that Chmura, 31, led her to the bathroom in April 2000 at a friend’s house …
Former belgian footballer, currently coach and manager of Belgium's team, and politician belonging the "mouvement (c)formateur".
Danish sportscaster and footballer
Spanish actor and dancer
Dutch magician and actor
Montana, USA; golfer (Montana Women's Amateur-1990, 1991).
American TV personality
New England Patriots).
Canada, Alberta; volleyball (Olympics 1996).
American guitarist and producer Sublime (d. 1996).
American basketball player: Forward/center, Nets. Although he was initially charged with shooting to death a driver of limousines in February 2002, he was acquitted on April 30, 2004, in New Jersey. However, he was found guilty of concealing the fact.
Belgian artist making multi-media artworks. According to legend, she is the illigitimate child of King Albert II. She is a member of the Belgian nobility known as EcuyA're (Esquire).
NFL running back (Denver Broncos).
31st Premier of New Brunswick: Canadian politician
South African tennis player
Japanese sportsman. He was a Nippon Professional Baseball pitcher and Major League Baseball right-handed reliever pitcher. His entire NPB career was with the Yokohama Taiyo Whales / Yokohama BayStars (1990aEUR'1999; 2004aEUR'2005). Sasaki spent his entire MLB career with Seattle Mariners (2000aEUR”2003).
American minor actor best known for his role as Ricky in "Ruby in Paradise" 1993 with Ashley Judd.
American football player. He was a running back for the Seattle Seahawks and a kick returner. The team signed him on June 13, 1995. He was a valuable asset to the Seahawks and held numerous kick return records. Broussard played before joining the Seahawks. He also played for the Cincinnati Bengals as well as the Atlanta Falcons. Broussard was signed …
Austrian actor and comedian
Right wing of Ice Hockey (Finland, Olympics-1998)
American comedian and actress
Soap actor (Patrick One Life to Live Silencers).
Alberta, Canada; NHL defenseman (New York Islanders).
Alabama, USA; Miss Alabama-America (1990).
English porn actor and sing
Trussville, Alabama -- Miss Alabama-America (1991)
Australian senator who is openly gay, was appointed interim leader of Australia's third party, the Australian Democrats in 2002. He was the son of working parents and moved to Lancelin with his family when he turned four. His father was a professional crayfisher for 30 years. Brian attended boarding school in Perth at 13 and stayed there for five years …
American basketball player: Center, Trail Blazers
American Ice Hockey Player
American photographer and director
A Scottish TV presenter was the victim of a witch-hunt after Ulrika Jonsson, a TV weathergirl published an anonymous story about her rape years earlier.
Puerto Rican-American tennis player
New York, USA. Actor (Trent-Walker Texas Ranger, Linc-As the World Turns).
Puerto Rico; US tennis star (Olympics gold-1996, 1988 US Open doubles).
Italian actress. Former dancer, model. She had a daughter, "Georgia", in 2005 with Francis Ambrosoli.
Mortal Kombat was co-created by Mortal Kombat, an American videogame designer
Fijian professional golfer: PGA Tour
American classical crossover singer
Wisconsin, USA; speed skater (Olympics-1994).
Fiji; PGA golfer (1993 Buick Classic).
He is an Australian environmentalist and television personality.
Michigan, USA. Body builder (four times Ms Olympia).
American family of fame, Pilar Pallette, wife to actor John Wayne, is the son.
Scottish darts player
Equestrian show jumping (Olympics 1996).
NFL center (Minnesota Vikings).
Japanese producer and songwriter (Lazy and Loudness).
Spall; guitarist (Sleeze Beez).
California, USA; WPVA volleyball star (Santa Cruz third-1991).
American serial killer
2nd Baron Strathclyde Scottish politician, Chancellor of The Duchy of Lancaster
Famous birthdays on February 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American actor best known for his portrayal of a small-town innocent in 1986's "Blue Velvet."
American singer, twin to singer Andrew Williams. The Williams Brothers is a singing duo known as the Williams Brothers. These boys are the nephews and nieces of Andy Williams, a crooner.
American singer, first-born twin and older brother to singer David Williams. The Williams Brothers are a duo known as the Williams Brothers.
Actress (Tracy-Accidental Family)
French actor in television series and film director.
Washington, USA, actor (Blue Velvet and Dune, Twin Peakss, The Hidden).
French magazine publisher, author, and advocate for LGBT rights.
French journalist and entrepreneur in sports journalism.
American bass player and songwriter (Black Sabbath White Lion Great White, Impellitteri).
Engineer and microbiologist from the Netherlands
Astrologer and yoga instructor from Brazil. He translated "Tao Te King” to Portuguese.
Missouri, USA; LPGA golfer (1983 Nabisco dinah Shore, Vare Trophy 80, 1983).
American journalist and political advisor
Canadian ice hockey player
French scientist, professional diver, oceanography Phd. Former director of deep ocean Odyssey program, and advisor to Jacques Cousteau.
English screenwriter and actor
English bass player (Wire and Dome).
American politician and physician was first elected to the US Senate in 1994 on November 8. He was elected to a second term in 2000 and became the majority leader of the Senate on December 23, 2002. He is well-known for being conservative in his political views and social views.
Pennsylvania, USA; MDPE/astronaut STS 29, STS 40
New York, USA: PGA golfer (1983 Buick open).
Italian actor who studied acting at Milan's Drama School of The Piccolo Teatro. He began a long stage career after graduation, often working alongside Gabriele Salvatores in the stage company Compagnia dell'Elfo.
English Minister of Statistics and Academic
American actress and model (d. 2002).
Portuguese economist,businessman on the boards of several Portuguese companies and politician. He holds a master's and doctorate in economics and taught from 1992 to 1995 economics and management at the Higher Institute for Economics and Management. He held three government positions between October 1995 and July 2001, including Deputy State Secretary to Prime Minister, Minister for Economic Affairs, Minister for …
American actress and singer
French actress, best known for her roles in "La Dérobade" and "César".
American basketball player, also known as Dr. J." J.
British actress who received critical acclaim for her performance as "Educating Rita", winning a Tony Award for stage performance. Walters was a nurse, but she decided to pursue acting. She was a comedian and singer-dancer who performed all over England.
Paris, France -- Actress (Bottom line, Menage).
New York, USA. Singer/actress (Little Shoppe of Horrors One Fine Day).
Famous birthdays on February 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Austrian businessman and world champion in motor racing. He won the Formula I Ferrari championships, as well as cups in 1975 1977 and 1984. He was severely injured in a race at NA 1/4 rburgring (Germany) on 1 August 1976. Six weeks later, he was back on the racer circuit and missed the championship by one point.
Russian tennis player and coach
American psychologist and astrologer. After a time, he left astrology to write five affirmation books on psychology and metaphysics. He co-authored the books "Words That Heal" (with Demetra George) and "Asteroid Goddesses". He divorced his wife in 1995 and refocused his focus on astrology.
Missouri, USA; actress (Monica-General Hospital).
She is a Portuguese singer and writer who left Portugal for France in 1970. She is also known as "Amalia of France", referring to Amalia Rodrigues. She sings folk and fado songs. She describes herself as a medium.
American basketball player who played 12 seasons with the Philadelphia Steelers.
Baron Kerr, Tonaghmore Irish politician and lawyer Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland
American drummer (Fourplay, The Headhunters).
American film critic and professor
Pope John Paul II ordained a French bishop as Bishop of Versailles.
Danish manager and footballer (d. 2014).
American author and speaker in self-help. His first book, Way of the Peaceful Warrior (1980), which he wrote in 1980, was adapt to a movie, "Peaceful Warrior" with Nick Nolte. It was released by Universal Pictures in 2007 by Lionsgate Films.
American singer best known for his hit single "Good Morning Starshine" 9 and "Jean," both in 1969. He died of cancer February 12, 2000 in Shreveport, LA.
Armenian-American lawyer (Born 1944).
American screenwriter and producer of director films
From 1964 to 1968, Dutch tennis champion
British diplomat to the United States
American basketball player, American pro basketball player for the New York Knicks (and Phoenix Suns) from 1966-1977. Twin brother to Tom Van Arsdale.
President of Germany
Japanese assassin at Inejiro Atanuma (d. 1960).
Polish-German politician and economist 9th President of Germany
Skaggs; American politician (Representative-Democrat-Colorado).
English critic and philosopher
American basketball player, American athlete. He played for many NBA teams between 1966 and 1977. Twin of Dick Van Arsdale
Cincinnati, Kansas City, Omaha, Philadelphia
British party girl who was a part of the Rolls Royce and caviar group in 1963. She was well-known for sharing her affections with Eugene Ivanov (Russian Captain) and John Profumo (British M.P.). John Profumo. Profumo's career was ruined by the scandal and it helped to overthrow Harold Macmillan's Conservative government.
American film director. He directed "Steel Cowboy", "Flatbush", and "The Boy Who Loved Trolls," (1978, 1979, and 1984).
Dominican politician, 52nd President of Dominican Republic
British-American actress, often playing seductive roles. She signed a long-term contract with Hollywood at the age of 27. After years of theatre and TV work, she got the role of slob Daisy on "Keeping Up Appearances" thanks to her infectious laugh.
French politician who was deputy to the French communist party, PCF. He was involved in its "refounding."
All-star forward in the NBA (Chicago Bulls).
South African politician
Famous birthdays on February 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Actor, French TV and movies from Canada, between 1964 and 1979.
French artist who is representative of American Pop Art. He is best known for his "Camouflage Botticelli" (Birth of Venus), (1963-64). This refers to the painting "The Birth of Venus", by Sandro Botticelli.
New York Yankees).
American soul singer "Itchy Twitchy feeling"
Canadian politician (d. 1995)
United States -- Author (Last Days of Louisiana Red).
French swimmer who participated in the 1956 Summer Olympics and the 1960 Summer Olympics. He also competed in 1964's Summer Olympics. In Budapest, he was the European champion in 100 m backstroke. He was part the French team that won the European championship relay 4A--100 m freestyle in Leipzig in 1962, with Jean-Pascal, GA(c)rard Gropaiz and Alain Curtillet GottvallA's.
American baseball pitcher (Born 1938).
American singer and actor
United States -- Sci-fi author (Hugo, Female Man, Alyx)
English brewer / multi-millionaire
Georgia, USA. PGA golfer (1973 Masters. 1969 Canadian Open).
American ecclesiastic: the Archbishop, Bishop of Winona (Minnesota 1987-1997; Archbishop Portland November 1997. 12/19/1997 was the Portland installation Mass.
New Orleans, Louisiana -- Rocker
American R&B singer, best known for his hit 1961 single "Mother-in-Law", which reached #1 on the Billboard pop charts in the U.S.
Nobel Prize winner for American microbiologist, immunologist
Transylvania: Hungarian writer
American international marketing specialist and CEO at Interpublic Group, an advertising agency. Geier holds a BA degree and a MS degree.
M] Haas Berger; Dutch Member of Parliament, (PvdA).
Swedish artist (d.2008)
American baseball manager and player (d. 2010).
Jersey Citiy Writer
USA; Baseball Manager (Cincinnati Reds and Detroit Tigers).
Illinois, USA; bass (New York City Opera 1963-1970).
English actor and author
American artist who calls his style contemporary realism. He draws his inspiration from nature.
Norwegian barrister. He is well-known for his controversial work.
Romanian Engineer and Academic (d. 2015).
The Duchess of Kent, British nobility. Katharine, the youngest and only child of Sir William and Lady Worsley was born in York. She attended Queen MargaretaEUR (tm)s School in York and Bunton Hill School. Katharine loved music and learned to play the clarinet, oboe, and piano. After finishing her education, she worked in a children's home. Later, she became a …
England, United Kingdom -- Duchess Of Kent
Thiers sur ThA(c)ve Journalist
Duchess of Kent
American politician, member a notable family, the fabled Kennedy clan, and the youngest member U.S. Senate. Ted Kennedy, the youngest of nine children from Joseph and Rose Kennedy, was a privilege child. Harvard was his education, but he was suddenly suspended in 1951 for cheating on an exam. He enlisted in the army in short order and served in France …
French film critic and historian, who died at Cannes on the 30th of January 2001.
French communist politician and trade unionist.
Louison Bobet's younger brother, a French road bike racer.
Editor (Limbourg Daily), Dutch economist
Washington, United States -- Actress ("Attack of the fifty-foot woman")
American soprano and performer for the featured actresses in musicals. Her most notable accomplishment is her role as a dub for the leading actresses of films like The King and I and West Side Story.
Famous birthdays on February 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
American director and actor. Hong is a prolific actor and director who has played more than 350 roles on film, television and in video games. Hong was a former president of Association of Asian/Pacific American Artists.
American athlete, baseball player and star pitcher for New York Yankees (1958-1961) and other teams. In 1954, he made his debut with Baltimore Orioles.
American Astrologer and President of West Texas Chapter of NCGR.
London, England -- Comedian/TV host (Generation Game).
American screenwriter and producer of actor actors
American religious leader (d. 1969).
Danish actor (d. 2005).
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 2013).
West Virginia, USA, actor (Sixteen Candles. Strange Brew. Wedding).
American popular singer (Born 1927)
Filipino politician and chess player (d.2010)
Italian homicide: A pedophile raped, killed, and then murdered the Delle Cave boy at nine years old on 11/08/1997.
Illinois, USA; actor (Adam-Edge of Night, Colt.45).
British comedian and actor who is best known for appearing in almost all of the "Carry On” comedy films. His most prominent roles were those of an effeminate comedian, such as "Make Mine Mink," 1950 and "Trent's Last Case," 1953. He also appeared in "The Hound Of The Baskervilles" 1978.
Producer (All in the Family Emmy, 1959, 1960)
American illustrator and writer who created more than 100 small volumes of morbid literature since 1953. His drawings were often accompanied by sombre, whimsically sadistic text.
France sport Champion
Illinois, USA; author/artist ("The Curious Couch").
Michigan, USA; actor/singer
Berlin, Germany -- Artist/humorist/musician
German-Italian Marxist political scientist. He rejected the label Marxist and preferred to be called an Agnolist, ironically.
French Astrologer, wife to astrologer AndrA (c) Daprey.
French satirical editor, of Italian descent. He helped to create Hara Kiri (magazine), and Charlie Hebdo (magazine) in 1970 along with Georges Bernier (aka Professeur Choron), and Fred. Charlie Brown and Charles... De Gaulle inspired the name Charlie Hebdo.
American politician who was elected Governor of Illinois. He was able to quickly respond to difficult economic and political issues while in office.
Welsh rugby player (d.2009)
French businessman and CEO of French production company 'SociAtA(c), franASSaise production' (SFP), which is a major player in France's audiovisual and cinematographic services.
American CEO and executive in charge of City National Bank. Goldsmith is interested in real estate brokerage, finance accounting, and personal service. He finances movie stars and provides customer service. He studied at the University of Illinois, and enjoys collecting Native Indian art.
Greek resistance veteran
Officer, lawyer, sports official and Norwegian resistance activist. He was one the most decorated war heroes in Norway.
Argentine racing driver (d. 2005)
Italian actress, who performed with such passion and depth that she could imbue everyday life with a touch of the absurd. Her films include "La Strada", "Juliet of the Spirits," or "The Madwoman of Chaillot."
Central African politician and general 2nd President of Central African Republic
La Rochelle Writer
Leader of the Central African Republic
American literary critic (d. 2005).
British director (d. 2003)
France sport Champion
American physician, administrator surgeon, and cancer researcher. He is best known for discovering the connection between chewing tobacco use and mouth cancer. He was the founder of Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, New York. He is the author of more than 700 papers and two books. He died on the 19th of May 2008.
Italy -- Actress (La Strada Swindle, White Sheik, La Strada)
Famous birthdays on February 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American giant, who weighed 12 lbs when he was born and was as tall as a three year old by six months. He weighed in at 250 lbs and measured six feet eleven inches by the time he was 11. Later, he grew to 491 lbs and eight feet 11 inch tall. His growth was explained by doctors as an …
American ex-owner of the Oakland Athletics Baseball Team who went on to become an insurance agent. Finley is known for his acid-tongued, controversial, explosive, and showmanlike nature.
American sports entrepreneur (d. 1996)
Canadian-American ice hockey coach and manager (d.2000)
American television and radio announcer (d. 2014.)
British poet, writer, journalist, owner, and astrologer. He is also known as the "Billy Graham" of Witchcraft. Sybil Leek was a respected elder in the Pagan community. Her grandmother, who advised clients including the most famous of her time, instilled in her belief in witchcraft. LeekaEUR(tm), born in England, has traveled the world to establish the first astrological management consulting …
San Francisco Military man
American illustrator (d. 1982).
Resistance fighter (WWII), Civil servant
Chicago, Illinois -- Actor ("We the People, Sing It Again")
Champion light heavyweight boxing (1947 fight of the year).
Italian/American biologist, Nobel Prize 1975 for research in the biology of viruses causing disease and other animal viruses. Married twice and had three children.
English poet (d. 1986).
American student astrologer. He was a commercial artist who did high quality pro pastel work in the late 1940s for a large New York company.
American clarinet player and saxophonist (d. 2001).
Croatian playwright and author (d. 2001).
American jazz musician (d. 2001).
French Astrologer. His books include "La cosmographie appliquA(c)e A l'astrologie," "L'astrologie en pleine lumiA"re" and "Les Maisons A(c)gales en astrologie."
American baseball player and coach (d.2006)
American journalist and diarist who lived in New Orleans, Oklahoma City and Chicago.
Liverpool, England -- Novelist
Red Cross worker.
Famous birthdays on February 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
British actor, producer, singer, and film star. His professional stage debut was in 1929's "The Five O'clock Girl," and he continued to appear in films starting in 1932. Mills won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in 1970 for "Ryan's Daughter" and a Golden Globe award.
English actor (d. 2005).
Venezuelan president (d. 1981)
Venezuelan politician 56th President (d. 1981).
American TV and film actor. He is best known for his role in "Father Knows Best" as the wise, kind, and patient father. With his bedside manner, he epitomized the healer in "Marcus Welby M.D." Young was a wonderful representation of a fantasy world. This is both true in TV and his personal life. Young was afflicted by depressions and …
New York; actor/director (Danny Thomas Show Big Eddie).
Producer/director (Dick Van Dyke) dies at 89
Danish actor (d. 1982).
Indian politician and educationist (d. 1969).
Libourne Military man
A British astrologer and member of AFA, who also wrote occasional articles for their Bulletin. He was an exceptional data researcher and combed archives across Europe and the U.K. to create original transcripts, which he translated into Latin or French. Posthumously, his estate published two volumes of his work, "Nativitas I" and II.
American painter who painted the ranch lands of American Southwest. His work is displayed in numerous galleries. He has also published a book and written articles on the southwest. He began painting while attending West Point in 1921.
Canada -- Author (Toronto Star, Native Argosy)
Estonian Nazi (d. 1969).
American baritone (d. 1972).
British mathematician, philosopher, and economist (d. 30).
German physicist (d. 1980)
German piano builder / author (Das Klavichord)
French engaver, and medallist.
Actress (Haunted Spooks), passes away from coronary at the age of 68
Kansas, United States -- US Supreme Court justice (1957-62)
Resistance in World War II by French trade unionists
Hungarian-American pioneering filmmaker, photographer, and author. Lorant graduated from high school in Hungary in 1919 and moved to Germany where he became a pioneer in filmmaking and photojournalism. The Life of Mozart was his first film. He went on to direct and produce 14 films in Vienna, Berlin and other cities. Marlene Dietrich claimed he had given him his first …
Spanish filmmaker, who started his cinema studies in Paris in 1995. Within a year, he was assistant director. Bunuel shot "The Golden Age", a surrealistic film he made with Dali in 1930.
Spanish writer and director (Born 1900).
Barbadian super-centenarian (d. 2013)
Scottish psychiatrist and physician, Paterson is the author of "Electrical and Drug Treatments in Psychiatry" 1963. Paterson is married with three children.
poet (Nobel Prize 1963).
Irish author (d. 1991).
Spanish-born film director (d.83)