Born on this Day in History: February 21, 1979 - Jennifer Love Hewitt is an American actress, singer-songwriter and screen director, well known for role as Sarah Reeves on the Fox series "Party of Five." Hewitt began her acting career as a young girl in the Disney Channel series "Kids Incorporated." She later starred in the 1997 box-office hit, I Know What You Did Last Summer.
On this Day in History: February 21, 1988 - Television evangelist Jimmy Swaggart of the Assemblies of God, with tears streaming down his face, confesses sinning with a prostitute in a Louisiana hotel room. A second scandal with yet another prostitute emerges in 1991, further killing his evangelical career.