(27 February 1932)
Elizabeth Taylor was a British-American actress. She rose to prominence as a child actress in the 1940s with her breakthrough role in “National Velvet.” She also starred in such movies as “Father of the Bride,” “A Place in the Sun,” “Giant,” “Cleopatra” and “Butterfield 8” – all of which achieved commercial success and were appreciated by critics and film institutions. In 1999 Elizabeth was named the seventh-greatest female screen legend by the American Film Institute. She died in 2011 following the congestive heart failure.
(27 February 1990)
Lindsey Morgan is an American actress. She started her acting journey with minor roles in “How I Met Your Mother,” “Happy Endings,” “B-Sides” and “General Hospital.” She rose to fame playing the role of Raven Reyes on the critically-acclaimed CW television series “The 100.” The sixth season of “The 100” will premiere in 2019. Lindsey is currently filming “Inside Game,” a movie in which she portrays Stephanie.
(27 February 1981)
Josh Groban is an American singer and actor. As a musician, he has sold over 25 million records worldwide so far. Josh has released eight studio albums so far; his latest album “Bridges” was released in 2018. He is also the recipient of two Billboard Music Awards. As an actor, Josh starred in “Ally McBeal,” “The Office” and “Crazy, Stupid, Love.” Josh also contributes to charity events and organisations.
(27 February 1983)
Kate Mara is an American actress. She is the best known for her role of Zoe Barnes in the Netflix drama “House of Cards.” She also starred in “24,” “American Horror Story: Murder House,” “Brokeback Mountain,” “Fantastic Four” and “Chappaquiddick.” She is currently married to actor Jamie Bell. Kate is also one of the faces of the non-profit organization – Humane Society of the United States.