Warwick Davis was born in Epsom, Surrey on February 3, 1970, with Spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia congenita, an extremely rare genetic form of dwarfism. Standing at just three feet six inches tall, Warwick Davis is the world’s leading short actor. More about Warwick Davis Biography and Profile.
Hakeem Olajuwon, professional basketball player, was born 21 January 1963. In 1993-94, Olajuwon attained the pinnacle of achievement when he won both the league and NBA Finals MVP awards while leading Houston to its first-ever NBA crown. Olajuwon would receive another honor: induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Ironically enough, Ewing was part of the class, too, providing another link between the longtime on-court rivals. Hakeem Abdul Olajuwon Biography and Profile.
Megan Pete ‘Megan Thee Stallion’, rapper, was born February 15, 1995. Under her mother’s management company, Pretty Time Entertainment Management, Megan The Stallion began to gain notoriety after meeting super producer TA and releasing her first single “Like a Stallion” in April 2016. Megan got the nickname “Thee Stallion” in high school — stallion being a standard Texas title applied to tall, attractive women — before she ever laid down one bar. That changed when she got to college. Megan The Stallion Biography and Profile.
Adama Barrow, born 16 February 1965 to an ethnic Fula family from rural eastern Gambia. He lived in the UK for several years, where he reportedly worked as a security guard at the Argos catalogue store in north London. Adama Barrow victory in Gambia’s presidential elction was arguably an even bigger shock. Adama Barrow Biography and Profile.
First Lady Aisha Buhari, born 17 February 1971, the Wife of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, General Muhammadu Buhari. She hails from Adamawa State, North-East Region of Nigeria. Buhari has a Master’s Degree in International Affairs and Strategic Studies (MIASS). Buhari pursued a career in Beauty and fashion and obtained a Diploma in Beauty Therapy from the Carlton Institute of Beauty Therapy, Windsor, United Kingdom. Aisha Muhammadu Buhari Biography and Profile.
J’Nai Bridges, African-American Mezzo-Soprano, was born 6 February 1987. J’Nai Bridges is a recipient of the prestigious 2018 Sphinx Medal of Excellence Award, a 2016 Richard Tucker Career Grant, first prize winner at the 2016 Francisco Viñas International Competition, first prize winner at the 2015 Gerda Lissner Competition, a recipient of the 2013 Sullivan Foundation Award. J’Nai Bridges Biography and Profile.
Sam Cooke, African-American Singer and Songwriter, born January 22, 1931, in Clarksdale, Mississippi, he sang with the gospel group the Soul Stirrers before going on to land huge hits like “You Send Me,” “Wonderful World,” “Chain Gang” and “Twistin’ the Night Away.” Sam Cooke died on December 11, 1964, in Los Angeles, California. More about Sam Cooke Biography and Profile.
Michael Rubens Bloomberg was born on February 14, 1942, Massachusetts. In 1966 was hired by a Wall Street firm, Salomon Brothers, for an entry-level job. Mayor Bloomberg’s economic policies helped New York City experience record-levels of private-sector job growth. He created innovative plans to fight climate change and promote sustainable development. More about Michael Bloomberg Biography and Profile.
Garth Brooks, born February 7, 1962, he grew up in Yukon, Oklahoma in the 1960s and ‘70s, the youngest of six children. Garth Brooks got his start in music singing in bars and clubs while attending Oklahoma State University. With more than 148 million in certified album sales, Garth Brooks is the No. 1 selling solo artist in United States history — ahead of Elvis Presley and second overall only to The Beatles. He has received countless accolades, including induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame, the International Songwriters Hall of Fame, the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame and, most recently, the Musicians Hall of Fame. Garth Brooks Biography and Profile.