Happy February 5th Birthday!
If you were born on February 5, you share a birthday with these famous people:
American MLB right fielder, Golden Glove winner, MVP, and National Baseball Hall of Famer (Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves; Milwaukee Brewers), Senior Vice President of the Atlanta Braves, and octogenarian senior citizen born Feb. 5, 1934. (Hank Aaron Photo: Pinterest)
Octogenarian senior citizen, Canadian sports writer, former Boston Bruins NHL Player and coach, hockey commentator with Sportsnet Radio Network and on CBC television for Hockey Night in Canada, born Feb. 5, 1934. (Don Cherry Photo: YouTube | Coach’s Corner | Hockey Night in Canada)
American Emmy Award-winning actor on stage and television (General Hospital, As The World Turns, Port Charles, The Champions, Cinderella) and film (White Lightning), and new octogenarian senior citizen nee Stuart Michael Zonis, born Feb. 5, 1937. (Stuart Damon Photo: YouTube | Cinderella)
Septuagenarian senior citizen, American poet, writer, and actor on stage, television (Dark Shadows, Falcon Crest, Flamingo Road), and movies (Raise the Titanic, Up the Sandbox, The Social Network), born born Feb. 5, 1941. (David Selby Photo: YouTube | Rich and Famous)
Susan Hill is 75
English fiction novelist, gothic ghost story writer (The Woman in Black, The Mist in the Mirror), crime fiction novelist (The Various Haunts of Men and Simon Serrailler series), and septuagenarian senior citizen born Feb. 5, 1942. (Susan Hill Photo: YouTube | Woman in Black)
American Heisman Trophy winner, NFL football quarterback and MVP with the Dallas Cowboys and septuagenarian senior born Feb. 5, 1942.
(Roger Staubach Photo: Pinterest)
American septuagenarian senior citizen, screenwriter, director, and producer for television (Starsky and Hutch, Police Story, Vega$, Miami Vice, Crime Story) and movies (The Last of the Mohicans, Ali, Heat, The Insider, Miami Vice) born Feb. 5, 1943. (Michael Man Photo: YouTube | Blackhat)
Septuagenarian English singer, model, and actress in movies (Georgy Girl, Stardust Memories, The Verdict) and television (Dexter) born Feb. 5, 1946.
(Charlotte Rampling Photo: YouTube | Adriano Celentano – Yuppi Du)
Emmy Award-winning American actress on television (A Killing in a Small Town, Chicago Hope, Once Upon a Time) and movies (Portrait of a Lady, Hoosiers, Beaches, Black Swan) born Feb. 5, 1948. (Barbara Hershey Photo: Wikimedia Commons | Run For Your Life | NBC Television)
Senior citizen and English Emmy Award-winning actor on television (John Adams) and in the movies (Sense and Sensibility, The Ghost and the Darkness, The Full Monty, Shakespeare in Love, In the Bedroom) born Feb. 5, 1948. (Tom Wilkinson Photo: YouTube | Miramax | Shakespeare in Love )
English-American comedian, writer, director, and actor on stage, TV (Saturday Night Live), and in movies (This is Spinal Tap, Best in Show, A Mighty Wind, The Princess Bride), and senior citizen born Feb. 5, 1948. (Christopher Guest Photo: Paste)
(Photo: Steinar La Engeland)
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on February 5, 2017!
Prolific English character actor in movies (The Howling, Peggy Sue Got Married, The Shootist, Cheyenne Autumn, House of Dracula, Alaska) and TV (The Munsters) (born Feb. 5, 1906 – died Nov. 27, 1988; age 82). John Carradine suffered from rheumatoid arthritis; he died of multiple organ failure. (John Carradine Photo: YouTube | The House of Dracula)
Red Buttons (nee Aaron Chwatt)
Academy Award-winning American comedian, TV & movie actor (Knots Landing; ER; Sayonara, Hatari, The Longest Day, Your Cheatin’ Heart, The Poseidon Adventure, Pete’s Dragon) (born Feb. 5, 1919 – died July 13, 2006; age 87). Cause of death for Red Buttons was complications from high blood pressure. (Red Buttons 1978 Photo: Alan Light | Flicker SRR)
American Roman Catholic priest, professor, columnist (Chicago Sun-Times), and writer of both non-fiction books and fiction novels (The Cardinal Sins) (born Feb. 5, 1928 – died May 29, 2013; age 83). Andrew M. Greeley suffered a severe head injuries in a 2008 accident and required 24 hour care until his death. (Andrew M. Greeley Photo: Pinterest)
Stephen J. Cannell
American dyslexic spokesman, actor (Castle), writer, novelist (Shane Scully series), screenwriter, and producer (The Rockford Files, The A-Team, The Greatest American Hero, 21 Jump Street) (born Feb. 5 1941 – died Sept. 30, 2010; age 69). Stephen J. Cannell died of complications from melanoma. (Stephen J. Cannell 2005 Photo: Phil Konstantin Philkon | Wikimedia PD)