3 100 birthdays of distinguished living women for 2011

6 Feb 1960 Chieko Kamiya Japan Paralympic archer BEI*

7 Feb 1924 Dora Bryan Britain actress MCM

7 Feb 1927 Juliette Greco France actress singer HEB WWW

7 Feb 1954 Anne-Sophie Debavelaere France Burgundy wine-grower RL

7 Feb 1959 Christine Angot France novelist playwright WKI

7 Feb 1966 Kristin Otto Germany swimmer with 6 gold medals Seoul Olympics 1988 WWW

8 Feb 1912 Anne Lambton Britain Persian scholar

8 Feb 1922 Lotte Brott Canada cellist WWW

8 Feb 1922 Laurie Salas New Zealand teacher disarmament worker

8 Feb 1924 Lisel Mueller U S A poet 1997 Pulitzer laureate EB98

8 Feb 1925 Rajendra Kumari Bajpai India freedom fighter economist politician IWA

8 Feb 1938 Elly Ameling Netherlands concert soprano DO WWW

8 Feb 1940 Averil Cameron Britain historian; warden Keble College Oxford WWW

8 Feb 1953 Sue Wolstenhoholme Britain Cornish food producer, charity funder RL

8 Feb 1953 Mary Steenburgen U S A actress MCM*

8 Feb 1958 Karen Bausman U S A architect teacher WKI

8 Feb 1979 Hoang Tuyet Loan Chau Vietnam Paralympic powerlifter BEI*

9 Feb 1903 Cecily Pickerill New Zealand surgeon WW

9 Feb 1922 Kathryn Grayson U S A actress singer MCM*

9 Feb 1932 ZHANG Dedi China sculptor WWW

9 Feb 1939 Janet Suzman South Africa actress MCM*

9 Feb 1944 Alice Walker U S A novelist CW WWW

9 Feb 1945 Mia Farrow U S A actress MCM*

9 Feb 1948 Troth Wells Britain co-founder New Internationalist Oxford 1973- RL

9 Feb 1965 Susanna Balbo Argentina vintner RL

9 Feb 1979 ZHANG Ziyi China actress EB*

9 Feb 1979 Irina Slutskaya Russia world figure-skating champion EB*

9 Feb 1982 Bernice Frimpong Ghana trader Paralympic wheelchair racer ATH*

9 Feb 1982 Svetlana Makeyeva Kazakhstan Paralympic athlete BEI*

10 Feb 1927 Leontyne Price U S A soprano CW DO

10 Feb 1931 Rajinder Kaur India Sikh women's leader educator IWA

10 Feb 1940 Mary Rand Britain long jumper pentathlete EB

10 Feb 1947 Louise Arbour Canada prosecutor International Criminal Tribunals

10 Feb 1967 Laura Dern U S A actress WWW

10 Feb 1969 Sunok Kang Korea photographer RL

10 Feb 1982 FU Hongzhi China Paralympic archer BEI*

10 Feb 1984 Stephanie Dixon Canada disabled swimming champion CAB

10 Feb 1988 KANG Yun-Mi Korea champion speed skater TOR*

11 Feb 1925 Virginia Johnson-Masters U S A physician psychologist EB

11 Feb 1932 Maryse Conde Guadeloupe novelist playwright essayist ELA

11 Feb 1934 Mary Quant Britain dress designer EB

11 Feb 1938 Edith Mathis Switzerland soprano DO

11 Feb 1969 Jennifer Aniston U S A actress

11 Feb 1987 Emily Cummins Britain 2006 Technology Woman of Future RL

11 Feb 1990 Irene Acen Uganda Paralympic blind sprinter ATH*

12 Feb 1925 Joan Finney U S A governor of Kansas 1991-1996 WWW

12 Feb 1938 Judy Blume U S A children's author WWW

12 Feb 1945 Maud Adams Sweden actress MCM*

12 Feb 1952 Leena Luhtanen Finland minister of transport & communications

12 Feb 1975 Jen Armbruster U S A blind goalball player BEI*

13 Feb 1920 Eileen Farrell U S A opera singer WWW

13 Feb 1931 LaDonna Harris U S A Comanche self-help leader ENA

13 Feb 1933 Kim Novak U S A actress MCM*

13 Feb 1935 Khem Lata Wakhlu India Hindi novelist politician IWA

13 Feb 1939 Beate Klarsfeld Germany anti-nazi activist EB

13 Feb 1943 Elaine Pagels U S A historian of early Christianity EB96

13 Feb 1944 Stockard Channing U S A actress MCM*

13 Feb 1954 Elena Akimova Russia Paralympic rower BEI*

13 Feb 1964 Ylva Johamasson Sweden teacher education minister WWW

13 Feb 1981 Nooshin-Al-Khadeer India cricketing bowler ECB*

14 Feb 1929 Ilse Schatz Namibia farmer San ethnologist

14 Feb 1935 Mickey Wright U S A golf champion CW

14 Feb 1941 Donna Shalala U S A Peace Corps 1962-64;secretary for health'93-00 WWW

14 Feb 1962 Jennie Livingston U S A filmmaker MCM

14 Feb 1979 Natalya Issachenko Kazakhstan cross-country skier TOR*

15 Feb 1909 Chloe Marion Davis Britain consumer advocate WW

15 Feb 1931 Claire Bloom Britain actress EB

15 Feb 1934 Susan Brownmiller U S A author feminist WAW

15 Feb 1946 Clare Short Britain secretary of state international development WW

15 Feb 1948 Marisa Berenson U S A actress; worker with disabled artists

15 Feb 1951 Jane Seymour Britain actress tv producer MCM*

15 Feb 1952 Magdalena Akvarez Arza Spain minister of public works

15 Feb 1980 Mary Riddell U S A Paralympic downhill champion

15 Feb 1973 Katerina Neumannova Czech Republic champion cross-country skier TOR*

15 Feb 1975 Fatama Allawi Jordan Paralympic powerlifter BEI*

16 Feb 1936 Kim Lim Singapore sculptor printmaker WWW

16 Feb 1949 Maria Elena Bjornson Denmark theatre designer WW

16 Feb 1973 Cathy Freeman Australia sprinter EB98

16 Feb 1982 Asha Rawat India cricketing batswoman fielder ECB*

16 Feb 1987 Rui Si Theresa Goh Singapore disabled swimming champion CAB ATH*

16 Feb 1987 PENG Yuanyuan China Paralympic cross-country skier TOR*

17 Feb 1906 Miriam Freund-Rosenthal U S A Zionist leader WWW

17 Feb 1928 Beverly Willis U S A New York City architect WIA

17 Feb 1930 Ruth Rendell Britain crime novelist WWW

17 Feb 1931 Claire Palley Britain minority rights advocate WWW

17 Feb 1937 Rita Suessmuth Germany educator feminist; speaker of parlt 1988-98 WWW

17 Feb 1938 Mary Frances Berry U S A historian civil rights attorney AFM

17 Feb 1945 Brenda Fricker Ireland actress MCM*

17 Feb 1981 Sena Gu Korea ceramic designer RL

18 Feb 1922 Helen Gurley Brown U S A writer editor WWW

18 Feb 1926 Rita Gorr Belgium mezzo-soprano DO

18 Feb 1930 Mabel Dorothy Segun Nigeria children's author

18 Feb 1931 Toni Morrison U S A novelist; Pulitzer fiction laureate 1987 EB89

18 Feb 1933 Yoko Ono Japan artist singer WWW

18 Feb 1945 Gunilla Gardfeldt Sweden author singer

18 Feb 1950 Cybill Shepherd U S A actress singer producer MCM*

18 Feb 1966 Amrit and Rabindra Singh India / UK Liverpool twin artists RL

18 Feb 1957 Marita Koch Germany sprinter EB

19 Feb 1921 Jadwiga Lesiecka Poland painter

19 Feb 1936 Sieglinde Ahrens Germany composer organist WCG DWC

19 Feb 1938 Maria Antoinetta Ciochirca Romania anatomical surgeon women's leader RL

19 Feb 1939 Erin (Pizzey) Shapiro Britain founder Shelters for Battered Women 1971 JU

19 Feb 1953 Cristina Fernandez Kirchner Argentina president EB*

20 Feb 1924 Gloria Vanderbilt U S A artist actress fashion designer WWW

20 Feb 1927 Fausta Deshormes La Valle Italy founder editor Women of Europe RL

20 Feb 1935 Christiane Baroche France biologist writer WWW

20 Feb 1941 Buffy Sainte-Marie U S A Cree singer civil rights worker feminist CW

20 Feb 1961 Imogen Stubbs Britain actress MCM

20 Feb 1966 Cindy Crawford U S A fashion model WWW

20 Feb 1986 Greta Khndzrtsyan Armenia Paralympic alpine skier TOR*

21 Feb 1915 Ruth Bowden Britain anatomist WWW

21 Feb 1930 Alice Joan Metge New Zealand anthropologist WWW

21 Feb 1936 Janet Fookes Britain deputy speaker House of Commons 1993-98 WWW

21 Feb 1942 Margarethe von Trotta Germany screenwriter director actress MCM JU

21 Feb 1946 Tyne Daly U S A actress WWW

21 Feb 1947 Olympia Snowe U S A senator from Maine 1995-2006 WWW

21 Feb 1953 Christine Ebersole U S A actress MCM*

21 Feb 1958 Rosa Loewenthal Peru banker Paralympic equestrian athlete ATH*

21 Feb 1972 Maria Consuelo Atzori Italy goldsmith filigree artist RL

21 Feb 1986 Charlotte Church Britain singer

22 Feb 1950 Miou-Miou - Sylvette Hery France actress MCM*

22 Feb 1950 Julie Walters Britain actress MCM*

22 Feb 1975 Drew Barrymore U S A actress WWW

22 Feb 1968 Delphine Belgium sculptor installation artist RL

22 Feb 1968 Nancy Martinez Ecuador fashion designer Paralympic powerlifter ATH*

22 Feb 1972 Claudia Pechstein Germany Olympic skating champion EB

23 Feb 1942 Gillian Burrows Britain painter RL

23 Feb 1962 Maha Barghouthi Jordan Paralympic tennis player BEI*

23 Feb 1954 Dorothy Connor Britain librarian Woman of Europe nominee

23 Feb 1965 Sylvie Guillem France dancer WWW

23 Feb 1975 Maryse Turcotte Canada Commonwealth weightlifting champion CAB

23 Feb 1977 Kristina Smigun Estonia champion cross-country skier TOR*

23 Feb 1978 Yvonne Hopf Germany Paralympic swimming champion

23 Feb 1989 Amy Long Britain prize-winning textile designer RL

24 Feb 1927 Emmanuelle Riva France actress MCM*

24 Feb 1934 Renata Scotto Italy soprano DO*

24 Feb 1938 Kathleen Richardson Britain moderator Free Church Council 1995-98 WWW

24 Feb 1952 Helen Shaver Canada actress MCM*

24 Feb 1956 Reinhild Moeller Germany Paralympic slalom champion TOR*

24 Feb 1964 Jessica Walker Britain creative businesswoman RL

24 Feb 1968 Allison Fisher Britain billiards champion EB

25 Feb 1915 Brenda Joyce U S A actress MCM*

25 Feb 1934 Judith Stamm Switzerland president National Council 1996 WWP

26 Feb 1919 Hendrika Mastenbroek Netherlands Olympic swimmer EB

26 Feb 1940 Agnete Pleijel Sweden novelist

26 Feb 1943 Kazimiera Prunskiene Lithuania economist; prime minister 1990-91 WWW

26 Feb 1949 Elizabeth George U S A mystery writer EB

26 Feb 1950 Helen Clark New Zealand prime minister 1999- WWW

26 Feb 1970 Cathrine Lindahl Sweden champion curler chartered accountant TOR*

26 Feb 1979 Nephtalie In Louise Haiti Paralympic powerlifter BEI*

27 Feb 1935 Mirella Freni Italy soprano DO IWW

27 Feb 1928 Aisha Rateb Egypt law professor ambassador AWW JU

27 Feb 1928 Helena Bohle-Szacki Poland graphic artist RL

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