Famous Birthdays Today- Cartoonist Matt Groening Is 66

February 15th


  • Claire Bloom is 89 (“A Streetcar Named Desire,” “A Doll’s House”)
  • Alex Borstein is 49 (“MAD TV,” “Family Guy,” “Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life,” “Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”)
  • Zachary Gordon is 22 (“Diary of a Wimpy Kid”)
  • Greer Grammer is 28 (MTV’s “Awkward”)
  • Christopher McDonald is 64 (“Happy Gilmore,” “Requiem for a Dream”)
  • Amber Riley is 34 (“Glee,” “Dancing With The Stars,” “The Wiz Live!”)
  • Jane Seymour is 69 (“Somewhere In Time,” “The Woman He Loved,” “ Quinn, Medicine Woman,” “Wedding Crashers,” “Hooten & the Lady”)
  • Haley Tju is 19 (“Monsters vs. Aliens,” “Bella & The Bulldogs”)
  • Sarah Wynter is 47 (“24,” “Windfall,” “Damages”)
  • The late Chris Farley(1964-1997)…he would have been 56(“Saturday Night Live,” “Tommy Boy,” “Black Sheep,” “Beverly Hills Ninja”)
  • The late Harvey Korman(1927-2008)…he would have been 93(“Carol Burnett Show,” “Blazing Saddles,” “Frankenstein,” “The Flintstones,” “F Troop,” “Mama’s Family,” “Nutt House”)
  • The late Cesar Romero(1907-1994)(“The Little Princess,” “Batman,” “Falcon Crest”) 


  • The Kinks’ Mick Avory is 76
  • Incubus’ Brandon Boyd is 44
  • UB40’s Ali Campbell is 61
  • Culture Club’s Mikey Craig is 60
  • Supertramp’s John Helliwell is 75
  • Melissa Manchester is 69
  • Gloria Trevi is 52
  • Birdman is 51 (born Bryan Williams)
  • The late Santana bassist David Brown(1947-2000)…he would have been 73


  • Cartoonist Matt Groening is 66 (created “The Simpsons” and “Futurama”)
  • Reality TV star/villain/former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman is 47
  • Computer programmer/inventor of PASCAL, Niklaus Wirth is 86
  • The late suffragette Susan B. Anthony(1820 – 1906)(Great quotes: “No man is good enough to govern any woman without her consent.” “Men, their rights, and nothing more; women, their rights, and nothing less.” “I distrust those people who know so well what God wants them to do, because I notice it always coincides with their own desires.”)
  • The late Father of Science Galileo Galilei(1564 – 1642)(He promoted the idea of heliocentrism – that the earth revolves around the sun. For this radical idea, Galileo became an enemy of the Catholic Church. He was found guilty of heresy, and forced to recant. He spent the last nine years of his life under house arrest. Stephen Hawking thinks Gaileo is the one individual most responsible for modern science, and Einstein called him the “father of science.” In 1992, Pope John Paul II admitted that the Catholic Church was mistaken in its treatment of Galileo and that the earth does indeed revolve around the sun. Wouldn’t you be proud to be a member of such a cutting-edge organization?)
  • The late scientist Cyrus McCormick(1809-1884)(he automated crop harvesting)

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