Happy February 19th Birthday!
If you were born on February 19, you share a birthday with these famous people:
American record producer and executive, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame songwriter (My Girl, The Way You Do The Things You Do), singer solo and with The Miracles (Shop Around, I Second That Emotion, The Tears of a Clown, Ooo Baby Baby, The Tracks of My Tears), and septuagenarian senior citizen born Feb. 19, 1940. (Smokey Robinson Photo: Pinterest | CBS News)
Septuagenarian senior citizen and American NASA aerospace engineer, author (Rocket Boys), and decorated Vietnam War veteran (Bronze Star) born Feb. 19, 1943.
(Homer Hickam Jr. Photo: Public Domain | NASA/MSFC 1999 )
American actor in 60s beach movies (How to Stuff a Wild Bikini), television (Gidget, Bare Essence, Dynasty, Lucky Chances, All My Children), and septuagenarian senior citizen born Feb. 19, 1945. (Michael Nader Photo: YouTube | Lady Mobster 1988)
Senior citizen, American actor on stage, television (Around the World in 80 Days, Days of Our Lives, General Hospital, Port Charles, The Young and the Restless) and movies (Cover Me), born Feb. 19, 1951. (Stephen Nichols Photo: YouTube | Daytime Emmy Awards)
American writer, novelist (The Joy Luck Club, The Kitchen God’s Wife, The Bonesetter’s Daughter), children’s author (Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat), and new senior citizen born Feb. 19, 1952. (Amy Tan Photo: YouTube | Charlie Rose 1992)
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on February 19, 2017!
British-Indian actress in movies (The Scarlet Pimpernel; The Divorce of Lady X; Wuthering Heights; Désirée; Hotel) and television (Assignment Foreign Legion) (born Feb. 19, 1911 – died Nov. 23, 1979; age 68). Merle Oberon died after having a stroke. (Merle Oberon Photo: Pinterest)
American Thoroughbred Horse Racing and National Museum of Racing Hall of Fame jockey, Triple Crown winner (Whirlaway in 1941; Citation in 1948). (born Feb. 19, 1916 – died Nov. 14, 1997; age 81). Cause of death for Eddie Arcaro was liver cancer. (Eddie Arcaro Photo: Wikimedia Commons | Los Angeles Times 1957)
American Emmy Award-winning director for movies (Birdman of Alcatraz, The Manchurian Candidate, Black Sunday, Ronin) and television (Playhouse 90, Climax!) (born Feb. 19, 1930 – died July. 6, 2002; age 72). Cause of death for John Frankenheimer was a stroke. (John Frankenheimer Photo: YouTube | University of North Carolina)
American tenor singer with Smokey Robinson and The Miracles, Motown songwriter (The Way You Do The Things You Do, One More Heartache, Going to a Go-Go), and member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (born Feb. 19, 1940 – died Mar. 3, 2013; age 73). Cause of death for Bobby Rogers was complications from diabetes. (Bobby Rogers Photo: Pinterest | CBS News)