While we sit back freezing and wait for the coming of spring, let’s celebrate some amazing men that have touched our lives, entertained us, and dominated in the sports arena. We present famous birthdays worth celebrating in March, for your approval.
Shaquille O’Neal – March 6, 1972
No player in the league was bigger than Shaq during his career. He won four NBA titles over his hall of fame career.
Bryan Cranston – March 7, 1956
Before he was Walter White, he played the iconic dentist, Tim Watley, on Seinfeld.
Bruce Willis – March 19, 1955
Willis is one of the biggest on-screen tough guys in movies. However, many don’t know he got his start on the rom-com detective show Moonlighting in the 80s.
Ed Skrein – March 29, 1983
Skrein played one of the coolest villains in recent memory; Deadpool’s maker and main rival, Ajax.
Ewan McGregor – March 31, 1971
Ewan burst on to the scene with Trainspotting and landed a once-in-a-lifetime role playing Obi-Wan Kenobi in the Star Wars franchise.
Ben Roethlisberger – March 19, 1982
Big Ben is one of the best quarterbacks in NFL history. He won his first Super Bowl his rookie season.
George Miller – March 3, 1945
Where would the world be without the creator of the Mad Max universe? Without the Lord Humongous—that’s where.
Quentin Tarantino – March 27, 1963
The creator of Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Inglorious Bastards, Kill Bill 1 & 2. Enough said.
Peyton Manning – March 24, 1976
This Nationwide Insurance and Papa John’s Pizza pitchman makes funny commercials. He played football too at some point.
Steph Curry – March 14, 1988
He is already an NBA hall of famer in his short career, and many consider him one of the best shooters of all time.
The Undertaker – March 24, 1965
Mark Calaway, known as The Undertaker, is one of the biggest stars of WWE—literally and figuratively. He stands at 6’10”.
Andrew Jackson – March 15, 1767
Stonewall Jackson was the 7th president of the USA and a legendary general in the Army. Celebrate this day by sporting your most patriotic hoodies in his honor.
Chuck Norris – March 10, 1940
Did you know that when Chuck Norris was born, he drove his mom home from the hospital? Still funny.
Vince Vaughn – March 28, 1970
The old baba ghanoush, Double Down, the wedding crasher himself has starred in so many movies it’s hard to keep track.
Wyatt Earp – March 19, 1848
Legendary lawman and figure of the Wild West Earp, Earp gained fame by taking on the Cowboys at the O.K. Corral.
R. Lee Ermey – March 24, 1944
Ermey was the runaway star of Stanley Kubrick’s gritty Vietnam War movie Full Metal Jacket where he played Gunnery Sergeant Hartman.
Mike Rowe – March 18, 1952
He’s the greatest champion of the blue-collar workers for his generation and is the host of Dirty Jobs and the narrator Deadliest Catch.
David Faustino – March 3, 1974
You might know him better as Bud Bundy, the hapless son of Al Bundy on the 90s hit show Married with Children.