Jamie-Lynn Sigler - 31 (Meadow Soprano on "The Sopranos".
David Krumholtz - 34 (The math guy on "Numb3rs" and Goldstein in the "Harold and Kumar" movies.
Ray Lewis - 37 Baltimore Ravens star /Super Bowl MVP/ former murder suspect
Ahmet Zappa - 38 Frank's goofy son and host of that horrible short-lived VH1 show, "But Can They Sing?". He used to schtupp Selma Blair REAL good.
Emmitt Smith - 43 Retired Dallas Cowboys legend, "Dancing with the Stars" winner AND Just For Men pitchman.
Dan Patrick - 56 Classy ESPN sportsguy.
LEE HORSLEY - 56 ("MATT HOUSTON"!!!)
George Brett - 59 Baseball Hall-of-Famer, Hemorrhoid Sufferer and pinetar enthusiast.
Chazz Palminteri - 60 (Detective Dave Kujan in "The Usual Suspects" and DeNiro's mob rival Primo Sidone in "Analyze This".)
K.T. Oslin, Country singer, turns 70
Lainie Kazan - 72 the incredibly talented Singer-actress and young people know her as the the Mom in MY big fat greek Wedding. She was on this seasons Desperate housewives
MADELEINE ALBRIGHT - 75 fabulous former "Sexcretary" of State. She claims that, even at her age, she can leg-press 400 pounds!!!
Trini Lopez, Singer, turns 75
Anna Maria Alberghetti, Actress, turns 76
Nicholas Hammond - 62 (He WAS "The Amazing Spider Man" when Tobey Maguire was still in diapers and Frederick in THE SOUND OF MUSIC!!.)
in HONOR of Lainie Kazan..my interveiew with her
1930 Ellen Church, the first airline stewardess, went on duty aboard a United Airlines flight from San Francisco and Cheyenne, Wyoming. Coffee tea or ME bitches!
1948 Hours after declaring its independence, the new state of Israel was attacked by Transjordan, Egypt, Syria, Iraq and Lebanon.
1957 - Elvis Presley inhaled a cap on one of his teeth. He had to be taken to a Los Angeles hospital to have it removed from his lung.
1970 - "Close to You," the Carpenter’s second album, was released.
1971 - Two short films by John Lennon were shown at the Cannes Film Festival in France.
1972 Alabama Gov. George Wallace was shot while campaigning for the Democratic presidential nomination in Laurel, Md., and left permanently paralyzed below the waist.
1974 - Bill Wyman (Rolling Stones) released his first solo album, "Monkey Grip." It was the first solo effort by a member of the Rolling Stones.
1984 - Nils Lofgren replaced "Miami" Steve Van Zandt in Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band.
1985 - Prince released the single "Raspberry Beret."
1988 The Soviet Union began withdrawing its troops from Afghanistan. Then we moved in.
1994 - Sting and Nancy Wilson received honorary doctorates from the Berklee College of Music in Boston.
1995 - Scott Weiland (Stone Temple Pilots) was arrested for trying to buy drugs in a motel parking lot in Pasadena, CA.
1998 - Sony and Cher received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
2007 The Rev. Jerry Falwell, who helped build the Christian right into a political force, died at age 73. He is resting Comfortably in Hell im sure.
2008 California's Supreme Court declared gay couples in the state could marry – a victory for the gay rights movement that was overturned by the passage of Proposition 8 the following November.