Happy February 21st Birthday!
If you were born on February 21, you share a birthday with these famous people:
French founder of The House of Givenchy, fashion designer (baby doll dress) and perfumier for Audrey Hepburn and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, and new nonagenarian senior citizen born Feb. 21, 1927. (Hubert de Givenchy Photo: Pinterest)
New octogenarian senior citizen and English journalist, non-fiction writer, and chick-lit romance novelist (Pandora, Riders and the Rutshire Chronicles series, Bella and the name series) born Feb. 21, 1937. (Jilly Cooper Photo: Russell Harty Plus Show 1973 | Daily Express)
American stuntman, stand-in, and actor on TV (Follow the Sun, The Lieutenant) and movies (Splendor in the Grass, It Happened at the World’s Fair, 2001: A Space Odyssey), and new octogenarian senior citizen born Feb. 21, 1937. (Gary Lockwood Photo: YouTube | It Happened at the World’s Fair)
Septuagenarian senior, American philanthropist, producer, co-founder of Asylum Records (Bob Dylan, Linda Ronstadt, J. D. Souther), Geffen Records (Cher) and Film Company (Risky Business), co-founder of Dreamworks SKG born Feb. 21, 1943. (David Geffen Photo: YouTube | American Masters)
Emmy and Tony Award-winning American actress on stage (Gypsy, Rabbit Hole, Master Class), TV (Cagney & Lacey, Judging Amy, Christy) and movies (The Enforcer) born Feb. 21, 1946. (Tyne Daly Photo: YouTube | The Enforcer 1976)
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on February 21, 2017!
English actor (Sense and Sensibility, Love Actually, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Galaxy Quest, Truly Madly Deeply, Quigley Down Under, Die Hard, Harry Potter movies) and senior citizen (born Feb. 21, 1946 – died Jan. 14, 2016; age 69). Cause of death for Alan Rickman was pancreatic cancer. (Alan Rickman Photo: Pinterest)
American comedian, voice artist (The Legend of Calamity Jane), and Emmy Award-winning actor on TV (L. A. Law; Oh, Henry!; The Beast; Prey) and movies (Darkman, Timequest, American Pie 2) born Feb. 21, 1949. Cause of death for Larry Drake was cardiac arrest. (Larry Drake Photo: YouTube | Darkman 1990)
Emmy Award-winning American actress on TV (The Golden Girls, Mama’s Family, Maude, Another World, Where the Heart Is), stage, and movies (Out to Sea) (born Feb. 21, 1943 – died July 17, 2010; age 89). Rue McClanahan was a breast cancer survivor; she died from a brain hemorrage. (Rue McClanahan Photo: Wikimedia Commons | CBS Television)
American humorist, newspaper columnist, and author (The Grass is Always Greener Over the Septic Tank) (born Feb. 21, 1927 – died Apr. 22, 1996; age 69). Erma Bombeck had daily dialysis for polycystic kidney disease until she died of complications from a kidney transplant operation. (Erma Bombeck Photo: University of Dayton | Parade)
French-Cuban-American writer, memoirist (The Diary of Anaïs Nin), and author of feminist erotica (Henry and June, Delta of Venus, House of Incest) (born Feb. 21, 1903 – died Jan. 14, 1977; age 73). Cause of death for Anaïs Nin is not known. (Anaïs Nin Photo: Wikimedia Commons | Elsa Dorfman)
American actor (The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams, Grizzly Mountain) and septuagenarian senior citizen (born Feb. 21, 1942 – died Jan. 15, 2016; age 73). Cause of death for Dan Haggerty was spinal cancer. (Dan Haggerty Photo: Pinterest)