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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on February 26th

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on February 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

  • American conjoined twins were successfully dissociated on June 19, 2004. They were joined at birth from mid-chest until naval. They shared a pericardium (sac surrounding the heart), diaphram, and liver. Jade had 60% of Erin's heart. They separated on Friday, July 2, 2004 and returned home 13 days later. Erin suffered a stroke to the spinal cord, which left her …


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on February 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on February 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Nate Ruess

    Pop Singer

  • He was a French journalist and editor of Clark magazine, which covers the urban world. He has been the director and president of an advertising agency since 2012.

  • Chinese Tennis Player

  • South African-English cricketer

  • Chinese tennis player


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on February 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • French driver who, along with his co-driver won the World Rally Championships five years in succession starting in 2004. He is the most successful rally driver of racing history, with more than 47 titles.

  • French rally driver

  • Soccer player (Willem II)

  • American singer

  • She is a French singer of Spanish heritage. She was married to Renaud, but they divorced in 2011. A son: Malone.

  • Swedish-American producer and singer (It's alive)

  • Swedish-American producer and singer (It's alive)


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on February 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Currie Graham

    Canadian-American actor

  • Australian rugby player

  • Canadian actor, writer, and director

  • American yoga teacher, writer, sacred activist, and global adventurer. She adapts Krishnamacharya’s teachings to prana flow yoga and is a leader in its evolution. Shiva Rea is the founder of Prana Flow Yoga and Yogadventure Retreats. She also created Yoga Trance Dance for Life, Yoga Trance Dance for Life and Moving Activism for 1,008,000 Trees. She is the author of …

  • American baseball pitcher (Cincinnati Reds).

  • World Music Singer

  • Jennifer Grant

    American actress, noted family. Dyan Cannon is the daughter of actor Cary Grant and actress Dyan Cannon. She was the only child from her mother's two marriages and her father's five. When her father died on 11/29/1986, she inherited $30 million from his estate. She spent two weeks growing up with her mom, and two weeks with dad. They kept …

  • Haitian politician and physician 14th Prime Minister of Haiti

  • Canadian ice hockey coach and player

  • San Francisco 49ers, New Orleans Saints

  • Laurent Gerra and Laurent Gerra are the French hosts of "Zap Actualities", a French program. She is the daughter of a designer and was orphaned as a child. Her brother educated her. After completing her studies at the Conservatory, she started working with France-Inter on the program "Nothing to Polish."

  • Italian karate champion from Europe, who went into healing arts and visited the U.S. in 1990 to study as a therapist. Although his family held a minor title, he was a blacksmith for many decades.

  • English keyboard player and producer (Killing Joke), singer-songwriter.

  • German football manager

  • Hannes Jaenicke

    German actor and Greenpeace activist.

1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on February 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Since 5 March 2015, French Catholic bishop, archbishop of Sens-Auxerre, and Prelate of Mission de France

  • American ice hockey coach and player

  • American politician and the 113th Governor in South Carolina

  • American politician and lawyer, 113th Governor of South Carolina

  • Madison, Wisconsin -- 79k bicycle (1984 Olympics – Gold Medalist).

  • French poet, essayists, novelists, and filmmaker. Michel Houellebecq is a French writer who was dubbed a "pop star of one generation" and is still a prominent figure in France at the beginning of the twenty-first. His novels have been translated into over thirty languages and often provoke criticisms, debates, even trials. Michel Houellebecq's novels have been called 'vulgar' and 'pamphlet …

  • French poet, essayists, novelists, and filmmaker. Michel Houellebecq is a French writer who was dubbed a "pop star of one generation" and is one the most well-known French writers of the 21st century. His novels have been translated into over thirty languages and often provoke criticisms, debates, even trials. Michel Houellebecq's novels have been called 'vulgar' and 'pamphlet poetry' by …

  • Turkish politician, Prime Minister (2003-present)

  • Actor (Captain Gabe McNamara - Another World).

  • Michael Bolton

    American singer, international star and social activist. Michael is a world-famous recording artist with an unmatched voice. He has sold more than 50,000,000 singles and albums. Bolton has two Grammy's for Best Male Voice, six American Music Awards, a string No.1 hits (including more than one hundred songs he wrote for other artists), as well as numerous humanitarian and industry …

  • Spanish feminist writer and researcher, author of two volumes on female sexuality within primitive societies.

  • He is a French-Italian dress designer. His designs are well-known for their richness and brilliance. He was a genius and an imaginative designer, who presented his first collection at 26 years old.

  • Estonian singer (Apelsin & Hortus Musikus) (d. 2014.)

  • American baseball player. Left-handed pitcher for the San Diego Padres (1978), Cleveland Indians (1978), Detroit Tigers (1981aEUR"80), Oakland Athletics (1982).

  • Helen Clark

    New Zealand politician and the new Prime Minister at dawn of the millennium. She was born to a wealthy (Tory) family and rebelled against her parents' political views at university, becoming a socialist. She has a master's degree in political science. She is a thin-faced, serious woman with great reserve.

  • American keyboard player and producer (Journey The Babys, Bad English)

  • American journalist, news reporter for ABC News from New York and 20/20. Since 1999, he has been the anchor of Eyewitness News' late edition (11 pm ET), and he was also named co-anchor for the primetime edition (6 pm ET) of Eyewitness News. He joined ABC in 2002.

  • Illinois, USA; rock guitarist/keyboardist (Journey, Bad English, Babys).

  • St Paul sports champions

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on February 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • American baseball player. He was a right-handed third baseman and played five games in 1964 with the Houston Colt 45s. He is currently the coach of the Tel Aviv Lightning in Israel's Baseball League.

  • French scientist who was director of LaEUR (tm)A(c]cole nationale supA[c]rieure de chimie de biologie et de physique, 1999-2005

  • American-Australian race car driver (d.2006)

  • Marta Kristen

    Norwegian-American actress


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on February 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • American screenwriter and actor (d. 2012).

  • American football coach and player (d. 2011).

  • American/Canadian jazz composer, musician, and politician. In the 1995 Ontario provincial election, he ran against Bob Rae but was unsuccessful. He was married once and had four children.

  • Swiss TV Quizmaster, TV and Radio Reporter. Died 15 Sept. 2006.

  • French director of film who passed away in his sleep on 21/12/2001

  • Algerian screenwriter and producer of director films

  • American baseball pitcher, who was a pitcher in Major League Baseball. He played for the Detroit Tigers (1957aEUR”58), Washington Senators (59aEUR”60), Minnesota Twins (1861aEUR”62), Los Angeles & California Angels (1862aEUR”65), Houston Astros (1865aEUR”66) and Chicago Cubs (1866). Lee threw right-handed and batted. Thornton Lee, a former major league pitcher, is Lee's son.

  • French-British politician, financier, tycoon, and founder of the Referendum Party. He was one the most controversial, colorful, and controversial tycoons of all time, singularly bold, and an unafraid to take risks. In 1994, he was elected to France as a Member of the European Parliament. However, he became disillusioned by the project and began to fight against the creation of …

  • France; financier/corporate raider (Referendum Party).

  • New York, USA: Actor (Cotton goes to Harlem).

  • Johnny Cash

    American singer, guitarist and country-western singer. He is charismatic and hard-working. He rose from poverty in Arkansas to become one the most popular and enduring figures of the mid-'50s folk music scene. His music includes "Folsom prison Blues" as well as "I Walk the Line".

  • American angler.

  • Arkansas, USA (dies 2003); country singer ("I Walk The Line", "Folsom Prison Blues", "Boy Named Sue").

  • French animator and filmmaker, perhaps most well-known for his controversial animated French TV series "Les Shadoks", which debuted in 1968.

  • Robert Novak

    American journalist and commentator (Born in 1931).

  • Ally MacLeod was a professional Scottish football player. Perhaps his best known work as a manager of football, where he managed two high-level Scottish clubs and was also responsible for the management of Scotland's participation in the 1978 FIFA World Cup in Argentina. As the team prepared for the World Cup, he generated huge support and expectations. However, he was …

  • Russian pianist (Born 1930).

  • French herpetologist.

  • American businessman

  • American professional athlete. He was a football player for the Washington Redskins from 1954 to 1955.

  • Russia; pianist (Budapest, third place-1956).

1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on February 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • French entrepreneur and president of "Drugstores Publicis" Paris.

  • Norwegian politician Norwegian Minister for Justice (d.2013)

  • An Israeli soldier, known as "the Bulldozer", for his ability to eliminate the enemy. Sharon's insatiable penchant for exceeding orders has caused problems with his political ambitions. He is known for his inability to control himself. His worst moment was during the Suez War of 1956, when he led a paratroop force to capture the Sinai's strategic Mitia Pass. The …

  • Fats Domino

    American musician

  • Louisiana: rhythm and blues pianist/singer ("Blueberry Hill")

  • Russia -- Cosmonaut (Soyuz 7, 16)

  • Kennedy, an American game show host who was popular in the 1960s and 1970s wanted to become a comedian. He hosted "The Big Game", his first television show on national broadcast in 1958. Most well-known for his "You Don't Say!" (1963-1969, 1975), "Name That Tune," (1974-1981) and "Password Plus," (1980-1982).

  • American CEO and executive in charge of Kemper Insurance Underwriting Corporation, a well-known, large company. Luecke is a low-key boss. He has a Pre Law, BA Degree.

  • American singer and bass-baritone. His opera debut was at the age of 17 and his New York debut was in 1951. In 1964, he sang his first opera with the Metropolitan Opera.

  • American actress (d.2011)

  • Mexican actress (d.55)

  • American Memory Disorder Patient (d. 2008).

  • Czech-Mexican actress (d. 1955)

  • Illinois, USA; actress ("That Wonderful Guy", Ad Libbers).

  • French architect, known for his buildings with sloped floors. This aesthetic was inspired by Parent's discovery of World War II bunkers along the Atlantic Wall, which had fallen down sand dunes due to severe winter weather.

  • Betty Hutton

    Battle Creek, Michigan -- Actress (Greatest Show on Earth).

  • French monarchist, lawyer and deputy to the far-right National Front of France (FN).

  • Tony Randall

    American actor, best known for his Emmy-winning portrayal of Felix Unger, the nitpicking Felix Unger, in "The Odd Couple", a TV series that ran between 1970-1975. In 1975, he was awarded the Emmy for "The Odd Couple". His roles included comedy roles that featured light drunks, depressives, and buddies to the hero.

  • American baseball player (Born 1920).

  • Netherlands -- Swimmer (1936 Olympics, 3 Gold Medals).

  • Polish writer, journalist and traveller (Born 1920).

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on February 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • At 67, a Sci-fi Author (Hugo, It, Caviar) dies

  • At 67, a Sci-Fi Author (Hugo, It, Caviar) dies

  • France Military man

  • sci-fi author (Starshine, A Way Home, Hugo, Caviar).

  • American science-fiction writer, who was the recipient of the Hugo Award in 1971, the Nebula Award 1970, and the International Fantasy Award in 1953 for "More Than Human." He also wrote many other works, including anthologies and "Cavier." Sturgeon first published his work in September 1939. He also worked many other jobs before becoming a well-known author.

  • He was an American politician, lawyer, and family member. He was the son and grandson of Robert A. Taft, former President William Taft. He is a Republican U.S. He represented Ohio from January 3, 1971 until the end of 1976. He served two terms (one term) and three terms in Congress from 1963-65 to 1976.

  • Jackie Gleason

    American comedian. He was the most popular male star of his time and TV's greatest star in the 50s with his show, "The Honeymooners." From his TV show "The Jackie Gleason Program", in the 1960s, his characters were well-known, including Poor Soul, Reggie van Gleason III, and Joe the Bartender. His films include "The Hustler," 1961, and "Smokey and the …

  • Doulogne sur Mer physician

  • American actor, Charles Locher, has been onscreen since 1935. He changed his name from Lloyd Crane to Jon Hall in 1936.

  • South African/Dutch poetess ("That Woman and Other Verses")

  • Physician / teacher

  • Fresno (California) -- Actor (Ramor in the Jungle).

  • German poet, fiction writer, and novelist. A major part of his work includes 10 volumes in a semi-autobiographical novel cycle about the alter-ego figure "Eugen Rapp". He published the 7-volume SchwA$ibische Chronik ("Swabian Chronik") in the 1970s.

  • Mantes la Jolie physician

  • English poet and author (d. 1991).

  • Estonian composer and pianist (d. 1974).

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on February 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • French wife of Alain Poher. She was President of Senate from 3 Oct 1968 to 1 Oct 1992. In that capacity, she served twice as interim president.

  • Actor Poor Pretty Eddie dies at 87 from a heart attack

  • Madeleine Carroll

    British actress, who was a well-bred and gentle leading lady in the '30s & '40s. Her work can be seen on-screen since 1928. It includes "39 Steps", "Prisoner of Zenda", and "My Favorite Blonde."

  • France sport Champion

  • Italian-American portrait painter and teacher. His portraits of Martin Luther King, Jr. and John F. Kennedy were his most well-known works. RomanoaEUR (tm)'s other works include "The Cameo," the "Guitar Player," and "Paula."

  • Karl Ziegler and an Italian chemist won the Nobel Prize for Macro Molecular Chemistry in 1963. They were recognized for their work on tactical and a tactical polymers. He was also the director of the Polytechnic Institute Industrial Chemistry Research Center, Milan. Natta was also a professor at the University of Pavia and Torino.

  • As a major general in the Indian Army, he organized and trained a commando force that was effective in cutting through Japanese lines in 1941. This led to the liberation of the Burma Road in 1945. He was a soldier his entire life, and was considered a genius. Wingate was one seven-year-old.

  • British Major-General, prominent Zionist, eccentric (d. 1944)

  • French writer (Le Silence de la Mer).

  • French novelist, graphic artist, engraver, playwright, publisher, and essayist.

  • French painter and member of Ateliers d’art sacrA(c), Paris. She joined the Franciscan order, 1944. Her murals are well-known. Her death was more than 101 years ago, on 23 July 2003.

  • French illustrator and author co-founded Les A%0ditions de Minuit (d.91).

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