Figure Skater Meryl Davis decimal birthdays

Meryl Davis

Meryl Davis birthday 1 January 1987 1 January 1987
Meryl Davis Capricorn Capricorn

Before glory

She started skating when she was only five years-old and in her season partnering with White, they won the silver at the Junior Olympics.

About Meryl Davis

American ice dancer who was a 2014 Olympic gold medalist, 2010 Olympic silver medalist, and a multiple-time World and Grand Prix Final champion. She first teamed up with her longtime partner Charlie White in 1997. She won the 18th season of Dancing with the Stars alongside Maksim Chmerkovskiy.

Family Life

She is a native of Michigan, growing up in West Bloomfield Township and attending the University of Michigan. In 2017, she got engaged to Fedor Andreev

Friends and colleagues

She and Maksim Chmerkovskiy set the record for the highest cumulative average, at 28.40, on Dancing with the Stars, defeating the record previously set by Kristi Yamaguchi.

Fast facts

During the 2010-2011 season, she and White went undefeated.

 
Date Your age
22 July 2022 18,700,000 minutes
5 August 2022 13,000 days
5 August 2022 312,000 hours
15 September 2022 313,000 hours
29 September 2022 18,800,000 minutes
22 October 2022 1,130,000,000 seconds
27 October 2022 314,000 hours
1 November 2022 430 months
13 November 2022 13,100 days
8 December 2022 315,000 hours
8 December 2022 18,900,000 minutes
1 January 2023 36 years
18 January 2023 316,000 hours
15 February 2023 19,000,000 minutes
15 February 2023 1,140,000,000 seconds
21 February 2023 13,200 days
1 March 2023 317,000 hours
12 April 2023 318,000 hours
25 April 2023 19,100,000 minutes
23 May 2023 319,000 hours
1 June 2023 13,300 days
1 June 2023 1,900 weeks
11 June 2023 1,150,000,000 seconds
Super birthdays
9 September 2018 1,000,000,000 seconds
18 May 2050 2,000,000,000 seconds
5 January 2006 10,000,000 minutes
9 January 2025 20,000,000 minutes
15 January 2044 30,000,000 minutes
19 January 2063 40,000,000 minutes
29 May 1998 100,000 hours
25 October 2009 200,000 hours
23 March 2021 300,000 hours
18 August 2032 400,000 hours
15 January 2044 500,000 hours
13 June 2055 600,000 hours
8 November 2066 700,000 hours
19 May 2014 10,000 days
4 October 2041 20,000 days
19 February 2069 30,000 days
2 March 2006 1,000 weeks
1 May 2025 2,000 weeks
30 June 2044 3,000 weeks
30 August 2063 4,000 weeks
1 May 1995 100 months
1 September 2003 200 months
1 January 2012 300 months
1 May 2020 400 months
1 September 2028 500 months
1 January 2037 600 months
1 May 2045 700 months
1 September 2053 800 months
1 January 2062 900 months
1 May 2070 1,000 months