Mark Zuckerberg - 28 ( Nice Jewish boy from Harvard who started Facebook out of his dorm room. His net worth is approximately $17 BILLION.)
Amber Tamblyn - 98 ("Joan of Arcadia" minx who was in "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" and "The Grudge 2".Her father is Russ Tamblyn, star of "West Side Story")
Sofia Coppola - 41 (had a critically-acclaimed directorial debut on "Lost In Translation" but was critically-lambasted attempting to playing Mary Corleone in "Godfather 3"
Cate Blanchett - 43 Aussie who played Queen Elizabeth in "Elizabeth", Katharine Hepburn in "The Aviator", the Elf Queen in the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, one of the bad guys in the latest "Indiana Jones" flick AND got to schtupp Brad Pitt in "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button"and is coming back for the HOBBIT.
DANNY WOOD - 43 THE FUGLIEST NEW KID ON THE BLOCK with a friggin nice bod.
FABRICE MORVAN!!! - 46 The living Milli Vanilli who can actually sing.
Tim Roth - 51 "Reservoir Dogs", "Pulp Fiction", "Planet of the Apes".
Robert Zemeckis - 61 Directed "Forrest Gump", the "Back to the Future" trilogy, "Romancing the Stone", "Who Framed Roger Rabbit", "Cast Away", "The Polar Express" and "Beowulf"..
GEORGE LUCAS - 68 "Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones" legend.).
Bobby Darin - (1936 - 1973) ("Splish Splash", "Beyond the Sea", "If I Were A Carpenter" and "Mack The Knife".)
1878 - Lonely chemist Robert Chesebrough registered the trademark VASELINE for his new petroleum jelly.
1904 The first Olympic games to be held in the United States opened in St. Louis.
1937 - Duke Ellington and his band recorded "Caravan."
1956 - Buddy Holly got a prescription for contact lenses. He couldn't get used to wearing them so he continued to use his trademark glasses.
1956 - "The Platters" was released. It was the group's first album.
1964 - Jan and Dean began recording "Little Old Lady From Pasadena."
1968 - Paul McCartney and John Lennon were guests on NBC's "Tonight Show" (with guest host Joe Gragiola).
1969 - Jeanne "Genie the Taylor" Franklin and Martin Lamble (Fairport Convention) were killed in a car accident in London.
1976 - Keith Relf (Yardbirds) was electrocuted by his son's electric guitar. He was 33 years old.
1985 - Michael Jackson received a humanitarian award from U.S. President Ronald Reagan at the White House.
1998 - Frank Sinatra died after a heart attack at the age of 82.
1998 The TV series "Seinfeld" aired its final episode.
1998 - George Michael pled no contest in the Beverly Hills Municipal Court to committing a lewd act in a park restroom. He was fined $810, given 80 hours of community service, and ordered to undergo counseling.
2003 - ROBERT STACK, the man whose deep voice and gravitas MADE "Unsolved Mysteries" so incredible, died of a heart attack at age 84.
2006 - "The West Wing" and "Malcolm in the Middle" both went off the air for good.
2008 The Interior Department declared the polar bear a threatened species because of the loss of Arctic sea ice.