Happy February 14th Birthday!
If you were born on February 14, you share a birthday with these famous people:
American solo singer, member of The McGuire Sisters trio (Sincerely, Picnic, Sugartime), and girlfriend of mobster Sam Giancana, born Feb. 13, 1931.
(Phyllis McGuire Photo: PBS Hawaii)
Octogenarian senior citizen and American LPGA professional golfer and member of the World Golf Hall of Fame born Feb. 14, 1935.
(Mickey Wright Photo: Golf Today)
Prolific American character actor on stage, TV (Wide Country, The Road West, V, Weird Science), movies (Gettysburg, The Miracle Worker, Texas Across the River, Chisum), and octogenarian senior citizen born Feb. 14, 1936. (Andrew Prine Photo: IMFDb | The Devil’s Brigade)
Octogenarian American solo singer and with the Harry James band, and actress in movies (Operation Petticoat, The Alamo, It Happened at the World’s Fair) and television (The Bob Crosby Show) born Feb. 14, 1936. (Joan O’Brien Photo: YouTube | It Happened At the World’s Fair)
American investigative reporter for newspapers (The Washington Post) and on television, political commentator (CNN), and author (All the President’s Men, The Final Days) born Feb. 14, 1944. (Carl Bernstein 2007 Photo: Larry D. Moore | Wikimedia Commons CC 3.0)
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on February 14, 2017!
American dancer, singer, and actress (The Florence Henderson Show, The Brady Bunch) (born Feb. 14, 1934 – died Nov. 24, 2016; age 82).
Cause of death for Florence Henderson was heart failure. (Photo: Zntent)
American violinist, comedian and actor in vaudeville, radio, TV (The Jack Benny Program), and movies (Broadway Melody of 1936) born Feb. 14, 1894 – died Dec. 26, 1974; age 80). Cause of death for Jack Benny was pancreatic cancer. (Jack Benny Photo: Wikimedia Commons | CBS Television)
Canadian NHL ice hockey player (Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers) and Hockey Hall of Fame member (born Feb. 14, 1931 – died Mar. 11, 2006; age 75). Bernie Geoffrion had stomach cancer. (Bernie Geoffrion Photo: Pinterest)
English-born Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame and American National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame jockey (winner of the 1943 Triple Crown on Count Fleet), and horse racing trainer, (born Feb. 14, 1907 – died Feb. 14, 2003; age 96). Cause of death for Johnny Longden is unknown. (Johnny Longden Photo: Wikimedia Commons | Los Angeles Times)
Canadian actress on TV (Adventures in Rainbow Country), in 14 James Bond and other movies (Dr. No, Goldfinger, Thunderball, Moonraker, A View to a Kill, Come Fly With Me, The Dark Past) (born Feb. 14, 1927 – died Sept. 29, 2007; age 80). Lois Maxwell had surgery for bowel cancer in 2001. (Lois Maxwell Photo: The Dark Past 1948 | Wikimedia Commons PD)