Happy February 22nd Birthday!
If you were born on February 22, you share a birthday with these famous people:
Prolific American writer, comedian, voice actor (Cars), character actor on TV (Coming of Age, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, The Practice), in movies (Breaking Away, Kiss Me Goodbye, Sixteen Candles, Runaway Bride), and octogenarian senior citizen born Feb. 22, 1928. (Paul Dooley Photo: Pinterest)
Octogenarian senior citizen, American actor on TV (The New Adventures of Charlie Chan, Jigsaw John), movies (Flower Drum Song, Chinatown, Blade Runner, Waynes World 2), and voice actor (Kung Fu Panda) born Feb. 22, 1929. (James Hong Photo: YouTube | Waynes World 2 1993)
American character actress on stage, TV (Wings, One Life to Life, Chasing Life, Suits) and movies (That Darn Cat, The Odd Couple II, Analyze This, United 93), and octogenarian senior citizen born Feb. 22, 1929. (Rebecca Schull Photo: YouTube | The Odd Couple II 1998)
Academy Award-winning American director, screenwriter, and producer (The Silence of the Lambs, Something Wild, Swing Shift, Philadelphia, The Truth About Charlie, The Manchurian Candidate) and septuagenarian senior citizen born Feb. 22, 1944. (Jonathan Demme Photo: YouTube | Charlie Rose 1998)
Septuagenarian senior citizen and American actress on television (General Hospital, As the World Turns, Love is a Many Splendored Thing) and movies (The Day of the Dolphin, Revenge), born Feb. 22, 1945. (Leslie Charleson Photo: YouTube | General Hospital)
American ABA/NBA Basketball Hall of Fame player (Virginia Squires, New Nets, Brooklyn Nets, Philadelphia 76ers), and senior citizen born Feb. 22, 1950. (Julius Erving Photo: Wikimedia Commons | National Basketball Association)
English senior citizen, writer, and multiple BAFTA winning actress on stage, TV, movies (Educating Rita, Billy Elliot, Stepping Out, Calendar Girls, Mamma Mia!, and Harry Potter movies), and senior citizen born Feb. 22, 1950. (Julie Walters Photo: YouTube | Billy Elliot 2000)
American senior citizen, singer, and actress on stage, movies (Little Shop of Horrors, Talk Radio, One Fine Day), and television (Pushing Daisies), born Feb. 22, 1951.
(Ellen Greene Photo: YouTube | Little Shop of Horrors 1986)
(Photo: Darrell Cassell)
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on February 22, 2017!
Academy Award-winning English actor in movies (You’re in the Army Now, Ryan’s Daughter, Great Expectations, The Truth About Spring, Gandhi) and TV (born Feb. 22, 1908 – died Apr. 23, 2005; age 97). John Mills died after a chest infection. (John Mills Photo: YouTube | Great Expectations)
American Baseball Hall of Fame MLB baseball player and coach (Cincinnati Reds, Detroit Tigers) (born Feb. 22, 1934 – died Nov. 4, 2010; age 76). Sparky Anderson had dementia before his death and died in his sleep. (Sparky Anderson Photo: Wikimedia Commons | R Oh Sparky3)
Emmy Award-winning American actor on radio, movies (The Canterville Ghost), and TV (Father Knows Best, Marcus Welby, M.D.) (born Feb. 22, 1907 – died July 21, 1998; age 91). Robert Young died of respiratory failure. (Robert Young Photo: Wikimedia Commons | ABC Television)
American actor on radio, TV, (The Jack Benny Program) movies (It’s a Wonderful Life, Guys and Dolls), and TV director & producer (The Dick Van Dyke Show, Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C.) (born Feb. 22, 1907 – died Jan. 11, 1997; age 89). Cause of death for Sheldon Leonard unknown. (Sheldon Leonard Photo: Public Domain | Another Thin Man screenshot)
Canadian playwright, author (That Summer in Paris), and journalist (The Toronto Star, Saturday Evening Post, The New Yorker, Maclean’s) (born Feb. 22, 1903 – died Aug. 25, 1990; age 87). Cause of death for Morley Callaghan unknown. (Morley Callaghan Photo: Flickr | Law Society of Upper Canada | George Freeland)
English Lieutenant-General Army officer, author (Scouting for Boys), founder of The Boy Scouts Association, The International Scouting Movement, and the Girl Guides (born Feb. 22, 1857 – died Jan. 9, 1941; age 83). Cause of death for Robert Baden-Powell is unknown. (Robert Baden-Powell Photo: Wikimedia Commons | National Portrait Gallery | Francis Henry Hart)