Today’s Birthdays Feb 12th

Written by on February 12, 2020

Casey Abrams – 29 years old

American Idol: Season 10 contestantBorn 1991

Robert Griffin III – 30 years old

2011 Heisman Trophy winner at Baylor University who was drafted 2nd overall by the Washington Redskins in 2012 and went on to win the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award. After four years in Washington, he signed with the Cleveland Browns in 2016.

DeMarco Murray – 32 years old

NFL running back who became the feature back for the Dallas Cowboys in 2011. He gained over 1,000 yards in back-to-back years for the Cowboys in 2013 and 2014, then in 2015, he signed with the Philadelphia Eagles. He was traded to the Tennessee Titans in 2016.

Mike Posner – 32 years old

The singer-writer-producer from Detroit has scored hits with “Cooler Than Me,” “Please Don’t Go” and “I Took a Pill in Ibiza.” He co-wrote “Sugar” for Maroon 5 and “Boyfriend” for Justin Bieber.Born 1988

Gucci Mane – 40 years old

Born Radric Davis, this southern-influenced rapper became known for his singles “Gucci Time” and “Wasted,” the latter of which hit #3 on the R&B Billboard. He notably had a role in the 2013 Harmony Korine film Spring Breakers

Christina Ricci – 40 years old

Actress (Black Snake MoanMonsterThe Opposite of SexProzac Nation, Buffalo ’66The Ice StormThe Addams Family)Born 1980

Keri Lewis – 49 years old

Until 2013, the former Mint Condition singer, now a producer, was married to Toni Braxton.Born 1971

Josh Brolin – 52 years old

The estranged husband of Diane Lane, son of James Brolin and stepson of Barbra Streisand was nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar in 2009 for Milk. His résumé also includes W.American Gangster, No Country for Old MenThe Goonies and TV’s The Young Riders.Born 1968

Arsenio Hall – 65 years old

Comic, TV host (The Arsenio Hall Show, Star Search, Arsenio) and actor (Coming to America)Born 1955

Joe Don Baker – 84 years old

Actor (Walking Tall)Born 1936

Bill Russell – 86 years old

The Boston Celtics center starred on a record eight consecutive NBA champions from 1959 through ’66. His stint as player-coach made him the first African-American to coach or manage a major professional team since the 1920s. After several seasons as a TV analyst with ABC and CBS, he returned to coach Seattle and (briefly) Sacramento.Born 1934

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