Happy February 18th Birthday!
If you were born on February 18, you share a birthday with these famous people:
English military historian, graphic artist, and writer of cookbooks, travel guides, screenplays, and spy thrillers (The Ipcress File and Harry Palmer series; Bomber; Berlin Game and Bernard Samson series), and octogenarian senior citizen born Feb. 18, 1929. (Len Deighton Photo: YouTube | Thames TV 1983)
Octogenarian senior citizen, Princeton University Professor Emeritus, and Pulitzer Prize-winning American novelist (Beloved, The Song of Solomon, Sula, The Bluest Eye, Tar Baby, God Help the Child) born Feb. 18, 1931. (Toni Morrison Photo: YouTube | Jazz 1993)
Czechoslovakian-American professor, actor, screenplay writer (Valmont), Academy Award-winning movie director (One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Hair, Amadeus, The People vs. Larry Flynt) and octogenarian senior citizen born Feb. 18, 1932. (Milos Forman Photo: YouTube | 1976 Oscars)
Octogenarian senior citizen and American historical fiction novelist (The Clan of the Cave Bear and the Earth’s Children series) born Feb. 18, 1936.
(Jean Auel Photo: YouTube | Crown Publishing Group)
New septuagenarian American senior citizen, musician, singer and songwriter solo and with Styx (Babe, Mr. Roboto, Show Me The Way, The Best of Times, Lady, Come Sail Away) born Feb. 18, 1947. (Dennis DeYoung: YouTube | Cornerstone 1979)
American model, singer, and actress in movies (The Last Picture Show, Daisy Miller, Taxi Driver, Texasville, Alice) and television (Moonlighting, Cybill, The L Word, The Client List) born Feb. 18, 1950. (Cybill Shepherd Photo: YouTube | Taxi Driver)
New senior citizen, American musician and Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter (Angel of the Morning, It’s A Heartache, Queen of Hearts, The Sweetest Thing I’ve Ever Known, Break it to Me Gently) born Feb. 18, 1952. (Juice Newton Photo: YouTube | Dick Clark Productions)
(Photo: Biegun Wschodni)
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on February 18, 2017!
American Academy Award-winning actor on television and in movies (Cool Hand Luke, Mirage, The Flight of the Phoenix, The Sons of Katie Elder, Airport, Naked Gun), radio DJ, aviator, and author (born Feb. 18, 1925 – died Feb. 28, 2016; age 91). George Kennedy had heart disease and died from a heart illness. (George Kennedy Photo: YouTube | Guns of the Magnificent Seven)
Emmy and Academy Award-winning American actor on stage, television (Bronk, Ripley’s Believe It or Not!) and movies (Shane, Young Guns, Batman, City Slickers), singer, author, poet, painter, and professional boxer (born Feb. 18, 1919 – died Nov. 10, 2006; age 87). Jack Palance died of natural causes. (Jack Palance Photo: YouTube | Shane)
Italian entrepreneur, race car driver, founder of Ferrari automobile manufacturing and Scuderia Ferrari Grand Prix motor racing team, member of the International Motorsports Hall of Fame (born Feb. 18, 1898 – died Aug. 14, 1988; age 90). Cause of death for Enzo Ferrari is unknown. (Enzo Ferrari Photo: Wikipedia)
American musician, bass guitarist, and vocalist with The Byrds, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Flying Burrito Brothers, and solo artist (born Feb. 18, 1934 – died July 6, 2003; age 69). Cause of death for Skip Battin was complications from Alzheimer’s Disease. (Skip Battin Photo: YouTube | The Byrds)
Helen Gurley Brown
American copywriter, author (Sex and the Single Girl), editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan magazine, and sexual revolution feminist (born Feb. 18, 1922 – died Aug. 13, 2012; age 90). Cause of death for Helen Gurley Brown is unknown. (Helen Gurley Brown Photo: YouTube | What’s My Line?)
American character actor on radio, Broadway, and television (The Phil Silvers Show, Gomer Pyle: USMC, All in the Family, Archie Bunker’s Place), and voice actor (The Magilla Gorilla Show, The Flintstones) (born Feb. 18, 1923 – died Jan. 17, 2008; age 84). Cause of death for Allan Melvin was cancer. (Allan Melvin Photo: YouTube | Gomer Pyle: USMC)