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people born 17th feb 1963

  • The people born on Sunday February 17th 1963 include Michael Jordan, Harold Perrineau Jr., Larry the Cable Guy, Alison Hargreaves and Jinggoy Estrada.
  • Michael Jordan
    Michael Jordan

    Michael Jeffrey Jordan (born February 17 1963), the retired American professional basketball player

  • Harold Perrineau Jr.
    Harold Perrineau Jr.
    Harold Perrineau Jr.

    Harold Perrineau Jr., the actor

  • Larry the Cable Guy
    Larry the Cable Guy

    Daniel Lawrence Whitney (born February 17 1963 in Pawnee City, Nebraska), better known by the stage name Larry the Cable Guy, the stand up comedian, actor

  • Jinggoy Estrada
    Jinggoy Estrada

    Jinggoy Ejercito Estrada (born Jose Pimentel Ejercito on January 23, 1963), the senator in the Philippines

  • Suzan DelBene
    Suzan DelBene
    Suzan DelBene

    Suzan DelBene, the Democrat running for Congress in the 2010 election to represent the 8th Congressional District in Washington State, currently held by Republican Dave Reichert

  • Rene Syler
    Rene Syler

    René Syler (born February 17, 1963) cohosted CBS News’ The Early Show from October 2002, when it debuted in its four-anchor format, until she, terminated from the program in late 2006

  • Alison Hargreaves (February 17, 1963 - August 13, 1995), the English (from Derbyshire) female mountain climber who was considered by some in the early 1990s to be one of the best in the world

  • Florence Hartmann

    Florence Hartmann, the French journalist and author

  • Mai Shanley (born c. 1963), Miss New Mexico USA, Miss USA 1984, the former beauty queen

  • Bernard McNally (born 17 February 1963 in Shrewsbury, England), the former Northern Irish football midfielder

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