|Kelly Bishop (02/28/1944 - )|
American actress who may be most recognized for her role on the TV dramadey series, "Gilmore Girls" as matriarch Emily Gilmore.
|Gilbert Gottfried (02/28/1955 - )|
American stand-up comedian and actor noted for his grating voice, his Brooklyn accent and his tendency to shout. He first rose to fame on "Saturday Night Live" in 1980-81.
|Ali Larter (02/28/1976 - )|
American actress most recognized for playing the dual roles of Niki Sanders and Tracy Strauss on the NBC sci-fi drama called "Heroes." She has also made guest appearances on several TV shows in the 90's
|Eric Lindros (02/28/1973 - )|
Professional ice hockey player in the National Hockey League who first entered the league in 1992.
|Frank Malzone (02/28/1930 - )|
American MLB baseball player who has played for the Boston Red Sox as a 3rd baseman.
|Linus Pauling (02/28/1901 - 08/19/1994)|
American quantum chemist and biochemist widely regarded as the premier chemist of the twentieth century.
|Earl Scheib (02/28/1907 - 07/01/1992)|
Founder of Earl Scheib, a Los Angeles-based company which specializes in repainting and collision repair of automobiles (founded 1937).
|Tommy Tune (02/28/1939 - )|
American actor, dancer, singer, director, producer, and choreographer. In 2003, Tune was presented with the nations' highest honor for artistic achievement, the National Medal of Arts.