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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on February 27th

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on February 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010

2015

2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on February 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

2008
  • American child of prominent parents. Her mother is Rielle Hunter. Rielle is a lover of John Edwards, former US Senator. Edwards acknowledged that he was the father two years after the birth of the child.

  • Belgian-born son of American basketball player Brian Lynch and Kim Clijsters, a noted tennis ace.

200720012000

1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on February 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990

1998199719961995199419931992
  • French athlete, sprinter. He matched the European record in the 100m at 9:86sec on July 4, 2015 and became co-holder with Francis Obikwelu, a Portuguese-horn Nigerian. After the US relay downgrading, Jimmy was awarded a bronze medal in the French relay (2012 London Olympics).

  • Vine Star

  • Greek footballer

  • English footballer

  • English footballer

1991
  • American family of note, the son Deborah Norville, a coanchor of NBC'S Today show and Karl Wellner, a New York City entrepreneur. He weighed 7 pounds 5 ounces, making him a perfect baby. His baby brother Kyle Maximilian was born on the seventh anniversary of his parents' marriage, 12/12/1994.

  • Reality Star

  • Pakistani cricketer

1990

1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on February 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

19891988198719861985198419831982
  • French Islamist terrorist killed four Jewish customers at a Jewish Hypercacher store in Porte de Vincennes (Paris) on January 9, 2015 and Clarissa Jean-Philippe (unarmed), the day before. He was an acquaintance with SaA-d (c)rif Kouachi), the perpetrators in the Charlie Hebdo shooting to which both Coulibaly's shootings were linked. Also, he is suspected of having shot a Fontenayaux-Roses jogger …

  • Ali Bastian

    English actress

  • French criminal (d.2015)

  • Brazilian tennis player

1981
  • American singer, a baritone with a pop-classical crossover style. In 1998, his vocal coach, Grammy-winning producer/arranger David Foster introduced him to him. This meeting resulted in Gray Davis's last-minute performance on an inaugural program. Then, he was invited to appear on Oprah Winfrey's "The Tonight Show", "The Today Show," Rosie O'Donnell, Larry King Live, and many other American television shows.

  • German-Filipino actor and model

  • Belgian singer-songwriter (Lasgo)

  • Australian Rules footballer

1980

1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on February 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

19791978197719761975197419731972
  • Richard Coyle
  • American reality TV personality (Survivor) (Born in 1972).

  • Canadian transgender activist who wrote the chapter "Gender Strike!" It's an Offence" is the title of the 2014 book "Trans Activism In Canada: A Reader." She was a street prostitute, and she also had a heroin and cocaine addiction. She was sentenced to a five-year term in a maximum security men's prison for robbery. She was born in a male …

19711970

1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on February 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

1969
  • American professional baseball pitcher. He was a member of the N.Y. Yankees since 1/03/1997. Banks was a straight-to-the Appalachian League player in high school. He played with them until he got picked up by the Minnesota Twins on 6/02/1987. He played with the Chicago Cubs between 11/24/1993 to 6/19/1995, and the L.A. Dodgers until he was claimed by the Florida …

  • Scottish author

  • Welsh rugby player and coach

  • The British reality TV personality and openly gay contestant on Big Brother 7 UK. The producers removed him from the house because he was considered suicidal.

  • American musician

196819671966196519641963196219611960

1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on February 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

19591958
  • American homicide victim, 10/12/1978 by Sid Vicious, her boyfriend. Spungen was born cyanotic and had problems with drugs early in her life. She dropped out of school at the age of ten and never returned. In January 1962, she visited a psychiatrist for the first time. At the time of her death, she was still addicted to drugs.

  • Finnish music producer and band manager, who also wrote about her experiences on the music scene.

  • French actor on stage and film.

  • South African rugby union footballer

19571956
  • French politician and member of the National Assembly of France. He is a representative of the Gironde 10th constituency and a member the Union for a Popular Movement.

  • Estonian singer

  • French jazz drummer.

1955
  • American notable family. He is the second child of Elizabeth Taylor (and her husband Michael Wilding). Before becoming a stained-glass artist, he worked as a studio photographer and cameraman. He became a film sound technician.

  • Austrian singer, composer, guitarist.

  • English keyboard player, songwriter, and director (Coil & Throbbing Gristle (d.2010)

  • Actress (M J McKinnon - Another World).

19541953
  • Yolande Moreau

    Belgian actress and film director. She wrote her first one-man show in 1982. It was inspired by Zouc, a Swiss humourist. Seven years later, she was featured in "Les Deschiens", a French television program. Her roles in "Quand la mer monte", a film co-directed by her, and "SA(c]raphine", a biopic about the French painter, won her twice the CA(c]sar Award …

  • French comedian, choreographer, and dancer.

  • French jazz fusion keyboardist and pianist.

  • English-Botswanan politician and lieutenant

  • Czech cross country skier

1952
  • Dutch singer (Good Cause).

  • Rock vocalist / keyboardist (Michael Stanley Band)

  • French actress seen in international movies. She was the unmarried daughter of actor Daniel GA(c), who she had only met three times and refused to recognize her until she was in her teens.

  • Greek actor

  • Houston, Texas -- Basketball player (1972 Olympics-Silver Medalist).

1951
  • French senior official, President of the Higher Audiovisual Council Since January 2013.

  • American sci-fi author, musician, singer, and bass player. He is a Northern Kentucky University teacher and is best known for his Neweden novels. In 1977, he was awarded the Analog Award. He was married once and had one child.

  • England; rocker (Cockney Rebel) - "Make Me smile (Come up and See Me

  • English singer-songwriter/guitarist (Cockney Rebel).

  • American strategist and political consultant to the Republican Party. He was a consultant to Presidents George H. W. Bush, Ronald Reagan, and Chairman of the Republican National Committee.

1950
  • Italian fashion designer, whose designs are avant-garde but popular with rebellious pop culture. According to one source, he said that he was proud of the garlic and tomato odor in his clothes. He was 44 years old when he died from cardiac arrest caused by an abdominal tumor.

  • Scottish politician and lawyer

  • Baroness Neuberger English politician and rabbi

  • Austrian singer

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on February 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

19491948
  • French surgeon who specializes in general thoracic and peripheral vascular surgery.

  • British writer, New Zealand-born freemason, and astrologer. Richard Leigh co-wrote a variety of books with him that challenge mainstream views of history and the life Jesus. He is most well-known as the co-author of The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail.

  • Rock guitarist (Tommy James & Shondells – "Crystal Blue Persuasion")

1947
  • French journalist, a member du 'Club des mA (c)diateurs de la presse" ("Press Mediators' Club")

  • American physicist and Professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His inflationary universe theory, which suggested that matter may have literally come from nothing, revolutionized cosmology. He was a child of science and used NewtonaEUR(tm), his laws, to predict the heights of the rocket ships he had drafted. His thesis was "A Model For Mesons" and he received his Ph.D.

  • Latvian violinist, conductor

  • Dutch actress / mime (Red Cabbage).

194619451944
  • Electronic Data Systems is an American company headed by a CEO. They are also engineers in technical computer services. Alberthal is an accountant by training and a car enthusiast in his spare time.

  • Kansas, USA. Actor (Man From Atlantis Paper Dolls).

  • English author and philosopher

  • American author (d. 2003)

  • South African cricketer and coach

194319421941
  • British politician; leader of the newly formed Dem. Party founded in 1988. Ashdown declared his intention to step down after the EU elections on 1/20/1999. Since 7/28/1988, he had been the leader of the Liberal Democrts.

  • New Delhi, India -- British MP (Soc / Lib Democrat)

1940

1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on February 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

19391938
  • Pascale Petit

    French actress, married actor Giani Esposito. She is also the mother of Douchka. She was interested in astrology and chose the date and time for her daughter's birth. But can we really make a choice?

  • English guitarist and journalist, singer-songwriter (d. 2002).

  • English actor and stuntman

1937193619351934
  • Ralph Nader

    American consumer advocate and attorney who changed American perceptions about product viability. His efforts led to the Traffic Safety Act of 1958 and many other consumer safety laws.

  • American author (House Made of Dawn Pulitzer 1969).

  • Belgium sport Champion

  • American writer. He is a Native American author from Kiowa descent. House Made of Dawn, his 1969 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction winning novel, was a landmark in Native American Literature. Momaday is the founder of what Kenneth Lincoln calls the Native American Renaissance.

19331932
  • Elizabeth Taylor

    British-American actress, born in London to American parents who now reside in Britain. After learning ballet, she performed once before the Queen.

  • French glaciologist, who serves as director emeritus at CNRS. From 1983 to 1988, he was director of Laboratoire de glaciologie et Geophysique de l’environnement in Grenoble.

  • French composer and conductor of orchestra.

  • Baron Young of Graffham English politician and businessman Secretary of State for Business Innovation and Skills

19311930
  • Joanne Woodward

    American actress, who won the Best Actress Oscar for March 1958's film "Three Faces of Eve." She was also nominated twice for Oscars for "Rachel-Rachel", and "Summer Wishes/Winter Dreams." She is low-key about her extraordinary talent and has an active interest photography, astrology and palmistry. Joanne is an experienced stage performer who prefers films to the stage.

  • Serbian politician, Deputy Prime Minister for Serbia (d. 2014.)

  • California, USA, Disney employee 1952-96. Artist of films, Disneyland attractions and TV shows. Disney Legend in 2004.

  • Georgia, USA; actress (The Three Faces of Eve and Rachel).

  • Actress (Alice Grant- General Hospital).

1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on February 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

19291928
  • Norwegian actor who worked for Det nye teater over 50 years. He was the son actor Thorleif Reiss. Elisabeth, his aunt, was a stage actress.

  • Austrian painter, sculptor (d.2009)

  • French clarinetist, conductor and arranger, synonymous with the "revival" (the "resurrection") of New Orleans jazz in Saint-Germain-des-PrA(c)s during the 1950s.

1927
  • Algerian professional boxer.

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  • American CEO and executive in charge of Aetna Casualty and Life. Lynn is a Harvard Law graduate with an AB and Politcal Science degrees and a LLB degree. He is a laid-back guy who loves to fish and cook for fun.

  • American lawyer, cabinet officer and government official. From 1973 to 1975, he was Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. He also served as Director of the Office of Management and Budget between 1975 and 1977. He passed away on December 6, 2010.

1926
  • Canadian-American neurophysiologist, academic Nobel Prize laureate (d.2013)

  • Amoco Corporation is an expansion and heavy crude oil refining conglomerate. American petroleum and mining engineer, and CEO of Amoco Corporation. Morrow is a pioneer in expansion and holds a BS degree in Mining and a BS degree in Petroleum Engineering, both from Ohio State University in 1948. Morrow, who will retire February 1990, will spend much of his time …

  • British MP

1925
  • American poet, playwright, and poet. He is well-known for his experiments in teaching poetry writing on New York City's Lower East Side. His writings often focus on the illusion of tranquility, and his talent has earned him many awards.

  • Director (City of London Festival).

  • Art dealer

  • American lawyer; served as the Chief Counsel and Director of the Senate Select Committee on Watergate in 1973.

1924
  • Russian of distinguished family. First son of Sergei Prokofiev (Russian composer) and Lina Prokofieva. Oleg, his brother, and he dedicated a significant part of their lives and careers to the promotion and advancement of his father's work and life. Sviatoslav passed away in Paris on the 7th of December 2010.

  • Former Lord Lieutenant of Shetland

1923
  • Jazz saxophonist, died in Philadelphia at the age of 67 from kidney failure.

  • Japanese-American entrepreneur. She is the leader of the macrobiotic movement in America. They have been leaders in this field since the 50's. At 78 years old, she died from cervical cancer in Brookline, MA on July 3, 2001.

  • Italian soccer player. He passed away on the 3rd of December 2001.

1922
  • Louise Carletti

    Actress from France, active between 1937 and 1965.

  • Italian boxer. 13. January 2011, died.

  • Costa Rican doctor who was dedicated to social security and liberal thought. He was twice deputy and candidate for the presidency by the National Unification Party.

  • Author and scholar of Dutch history (d. 1977).

1921
  • Italian scriptwriter, producer and director. He produced many shows for the theater, including "Napoli notte e giorno", which he created in 1952. In 1959, he began to write film scripts for Risi and Zurlin. He also designed the scenes. Patroni directed his first film, "Il mare," in 1962, followed by "Metti una sera a cena" in 1969. He gained a …

  • Michael Fox

    United States -- Actor (Quincy and Dallas, Bold & the Beautiful).

  • American soldier pilot and navigator (d. 2014.)

1920
  • Paris 4éme Actor

  • Havana, Cuba -- Orchestra leader (Jack Paar Program)

  • German Nazi military personnel, HauptsturmfA 1/4hrer (Captain), in the Waffen-SS during World War II, who was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. This was to acknowledge extreme battlefield bravery and successful military leadership by Nazi Germany during World War II. Mattern received the Knight's Cross in October 1944 while he was commander of the 7th Company, 3rd SS …

  • A French soldier in World War II, a sergeant was awarded the title of 'Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English : Companion to the Liberation).

  • Bendall former diplomat.

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on February 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

19191917
  • American politician, lawyer, businessman. On 11/23/1963, he was shot in the gunfire attack on President Kennedy. He was riding with President Kennedy and his First Lady on 11/23/1963. The bullet left scars on his chest, back, wrist, and thigh. During Kennedy's funeral procession, he drifted into and out of consciousness at the hospital.

1916
  • American astrologer. He was the third AFA executive secretary on 12/31/1970. Paul Grell succeeded him. Grell has 25 years of experience in management and engineering. In 1978, Cooper was awarded the Fellow honor award at the Atlanta convention in recognition of his contributions to AFA and the Astrological community. Cooper, who was secretary and Board member at the beginning of …

  • American attorney who was White House Counsel under the Ford Administration. As a child, he was infected with poliomyelitis and thereafter learned to walk with a cane.

  • A gifted right-hand batsman and diminutive Test cricketer from Australia. In his three Test innings, he scored 23, 50 and 80 runs. This was a significant contribution to Australia's victory over 2-0 to win the Ashes. Gregory enlisted in Royal Australian Air Force during the Second World War and was promoted to Pilot Officer. On 10 June 1942, he was …

19151914
  • French writer and journalist, father of writer Antoine Audouard.

  • British businesswoman and writer who started her career as a matchmaker at the age of five, when she got engaged to two boys. She established a Mayfair marriage bureau in 1939, which went on to create 10,000 marriages. She arranged marriages for four members of Parliament, 36 lawyers and 16 surgeons. Later, she wrote "Marriage Is My Business."

  • American dancer, choreographer, ballet director, 2nd child.

1913
  • French philosopher and author of over a dozen books and hundreds of articles. His work influenced both French and English philosophical thought. His works dealt with many philosophical issues, with the common background of his original project, which was founded in 1930s. It was a philosophy on will that was split into two parts: "Freedom and Nature" and “Fallible Man". …

  • Irwin Shaw

    American writer, "Rich Man, Poor Man", dies at the age of 71 (born 1913).

  • American theater promoter and director. Theatre Intimae in Santa Fe was the stop for major entertainers for more than 40 years.

  • British Member of Parliament (Liberal).

  • French philosopher and academic (d. 2005).

1912
  • An Irish writer, born in India, and a playwright, playwright, and travel writer. His first publication was in 1938 with "The Black Book", but he is most well-known for his four-volume series, "Alexandria Quartet," 1957-1960. His stories about Greece were his first travel book success story. His novels focused on Egypt, France, and Greece.

  • French jazz producer and critic.

  • France sport Champion

  • Indian author poet and playwright (d. 1999)

19111910
  • Joan Bennett

    American actress. She and her sister Constance appeared on-screen starting in 1928. She was a part of the TV soap "Dark Shadows" from 1967 to 1970. She made 75 films over a 50 year career. In the 1930s, she was a blonde ingA(c).nue. She then became a sultry brunette in the 1940s in films like "Scarlet Street" or "The Woman …

  • Joan Bennett

    American actress. She and her sister Constance appeared on-screen starting in 1928. She was a part of the TV soap "Dark Shadows" from 1967 to 1970. She made 75 films over a 50 year career. In the 1930s she was a blonde ingA(c).nue. She then became a sultry brunette in the 1940s in films like "Scarlet Street" or "The Woman …

  • German actor in theatre, film, and television.

  • Armenian chess player

  • American aircraft engineer (Lockheed Skunk Works) (d. 1990)

1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on February 27th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

1909
  • Norwegian firefighter, runner, and resistance member during World War II. The Nazis found him out and arrested him. He was then tortured to death. He was tortured to death, but he kept his silence, which saved the lives of many of the people he had worked with. Aubert was the first prisoner at Grini to be tormented to death by …

  • Finnish giant (d. 1963).

19071906190519041903
  • Romanian illustrator and sculptor (d. 2005).

  • He was a French Army general and military historian. He fought in World War II and the First Indochina War. During the Algerian War, he was the commander-in-chief for the French Army in Algeria. He died 29 March 1989.

  • Lille Military man

  • German singer and actress (d. 1970).

  • Ch?teauroux physician

1902
  • John Steinbeck

    American writer who wrote best-selling novels and was made into movies. Steinbeck was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1962. His most famous works are "The Grapes of Wrath" (1939) and "The Moon is Down (422). Steinbeck claimed that he couldn't remember a time without writing, but he was only 14 when he realized his dream. As a child, he was …

  • Brazilian urban planner and architect. Costa was awarded worldwide recognition for his streetplan of Brasilia, Brazil.

  • Harrison, New York -- PGA golfer (Masters 1935, US Open 1922, 32)

  • US swimmer (1920 Olympics, 3 Gold Medals), died at 76

  • Gustavo Capanema Palace, a French-Brazilian engineer and architect

1901
  • Italian artist and sculptor. He incorporated elements from archaic Greek and Etruscan sculptures into his work. Marini was a teacher at Villa Reale School of Art, Monza from 1929 to 1940. He also began creating sculptures of horses and riders in 1936. Numerous portrait busts of Marini were also psychologically perceptive, including one of Igor Stravinsky released in 1950 and …

  • Italian artist and sculptor. He incorporated elements from archaic Greek and Etruscan sculptures into his work. Marini was a teacher at Villa Reale School of Art, Monza from 1929 to 1940. He also began creating sculptures of horses and riders in 1936. Numerous portrait busts of Marini were also psychologically perceptive, including one of Igor Stravinsky released in 1950 and …

  • Pistoia's 1983 death saw the passing of an Italian poet, artist and painter.

1900
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