Famous People Born in February 1929

  • 2nd Reiner Bredemeyer, composer
  • 3rd Russell Arms, vocalist (Your Hit Parade), born in Berkeley, California
  • 3rd Ken Shipp, American football coach
  • 4th Mary Joan Nielubowicz, rear admiral/nurse
  • 4th Paul Burlison, rockabilly musician (The Rock N Roll Trio), born in Brownsville, Tennessee (d. 2003)
  • 4th Jerry Adler, American actor
  • 5th Fred Sinowatz, Austrian politician
  • 5th Al Worthington, baseball player
  • 6th Sixten Jernberg, Sweden, skier (Olympic-gold-1956/60/64), (d. 2012)
  • 6th Pierre Brice, French actor
  • 6th Oscar Sambrano Urdaneta, Venezuelan writer
  • 9th Bill Barrett, (Rep-R-Nebraska)
  • 9th James Mulcro Drew, composer
  • 9th Lennox Butler, cricketer (1 Test WI v Aust 1955, 16 & 2-151)
  • 9th Willem Kersters, Flemish composer (Parwati, Gospel Song)
  • 9th Clement Meadmore, Australian-born sculptor (d. 2005)
  • 10th Hallgeir Brenden, Norway, 15K/18K cross country (Oly-gold-1952, 56)
  • 10th Henk Heidweiler, Surinam ambassador (in Netherlands)
  • 10th Jerry Goldsmith, pianist/composer (Twilight Zone)
  • 10th Jim Whittacker, mountain climber (1st American to climb Mt Everest)
  • 11th Leonard Gregory Kastle, composer
  • 12th Agustin Gonzalez Acilu, composer
  • 13th Omar Torrijos Herrera, president Panama
  • 14th Matthew G Martinez, (Rep-D-CA, 1982- )
  • 14th Vic Morrow, American actor (Combat, Roots, Twilight Zone the Movie), born in New York City, New York
  • 15th Gerald Harper, broadcaster/actor (Tunes of Glory, Extra Day)
  • 15th Graham Hill, auto racer (1962, 68 international racing champ), born in London, England
  • 15th James Schlesinger, US Secretary of Defense (1973-75)
  • 16th Peter NF Porter, Australian/British author/poet (Chair of Babel)
  • 16th Gerhard Hanappi, Austrian footballer (d. 1980)
  • 17th Chaim Potok, novelist (Promise), born in NYC, New York
  • 17th Paul Meger, Canadian ice hockey player
  • 18th Leonard Cyril Deighton, English author (Ipcress File, Fighter)
  • 18th AndrĂ© Mathieu, Quebec composer (d. 1968)
  • 19th Jacques Deray, French film director (d. 2003)
  • 20th Amanda Blake [Beverly Louise Neill], American actress (Kitty Russell-Gunsmoke), born in Buffalo, New York (d. 1989)
  • 20th Toshiro Mayuzumi, composer (Sphenogramme), born in Yokohama, Japan
  • 21st James Beck, English actor (d. 1973)
  • 22nd Marni Nixon, singer (for Audrey Hepburn, Natalie Wood & Deborah Kerr), born in Altadena, California (d. 2016)
  • 22nd Ryne Duren, near-sighted pitcher (NY Yankees)
  • 22nd James Hong, American actor
  • 22nd Rebecca Schull, American actress
  • 23rd Eduard W "Ed" Bauer, [Eddy Evers], Dutch actor (Bluejackets)
  • 23rd Elston Howard, Yankee catcher (1st African American NY Yankee/1963 AL MVP)
  • 23rd Richard Moryl, composer
  • 24th David Houston, Major-General/Lord Lieutenant of Sutherland
  • 24th Richard B Shull, Evanston Ill, actor (Diana, Holmes & Yoyo)
  • 25th Christopher George, Royal Oak Minn, actor (Rat Patrol, Immortal)
  • 25th Peter Bingham Hinchcliff, British church historian (1 Sided Reciprocity)
  • 25th Tommy Newsom, Va, musician/bandleader/saxophonist (Tonight Show)
  • 27th Djalma Santos, Brazilian footballer, (d. 2013)
  • 27th Jack Gibson, Australian rugby league footballer and coach (d. 2008)
  • 28th Frank O Gehry, architect (Galleria-Oklahoma City)
  • 28th Hayden Fry, American football coach
  • 28th John Montague, Irish poet
  • 28th Joseph Rouleau, French Canadian bass opera singer