Alexander Ludwig - 20 (Cato in "The Hunger Games"
Frenchie Davis - 33 ( singer who was disqualified from season two of "American Idol" for appearing in topless photos on the Interweb--She literally protested during season six when Antonella Barba wasn't disqualified for HER naughty pictures. Sh'es NOW on THE VOICE.)
Peter Reckell - 57 (hot hunky Bo Brady on "Days of Our Lives".)
Randall "Tex" Cobb - 62 (Former professional boxer. The beating he took in his title fight versus heavyweight champ Larry Holmes disgusted Howard Cosell so much that Cosell never called a boxing match again--Randall "Tex" Cobb went on to a acting career starring as Leonard Smalls in "Raising Arizona", "Dog Owner" in "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective" AND Ernest's cell mate in "Ernest Goes To Jail".)
Jimmy Ruffin - 73 (Biggest hit: "What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?". He's the older brother of Temptations lead singer David Ruffin.)
Robert Hegyes - Would have been 61 - (1951 - 2012) (Juan Luis Pedro Phillipo de Huevos EPSTEIN on "Welcome Back Kotter"! He's also Jon Bon Jovi's cousin.)
Eva Peron - (1919 - 1952) The first lady of Argentina from 1946 until her death in 1952 and the inspiration for the musical "Evita". When "Evita" was made into a movie in 1996, Eva was played by Madonna.
Gary Cooper - (1901 - 1961) (Hollywood legend who starred in more than 100
films most of which were Westerns during his 35-year career.)
Owen Hart - Should have been 46 - (1965 - 1999) (Pro wrestler who plunged 80 feet to his death during a WWF pay-per-view in Kansas City.)
1718 - The city of NEW ORLEANS was founded! (--It was founded by a Frenchman, Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville
1945 - WORLD WAR 2 ENDED when Germany signed an unconditional surrender.
1967 - According to the "New York Times", Soviet youths OPENLY DEFIED POLICE and DANCED THE TWIST in Moscow's Red Square
1968 - Aretha Franklin recorded a live album in Paris.
1968 - Reginald Dwight decided to change his name to Elton John.
1971 - The Rolling Stones released "Brown Sugar"in the U.S. It was the first record on their own label, Rolling Stones Records.
1978 - Bob Dylan sold 90,000 tickets in less than eight hours for upcoming concerts at London's Wembley Empire Pool.
1982 - Diana Ross received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
1991 - A judge in Macon, Georgia dismissed a wrongful death suit against Ozzy Osbourne. A local couple failed to prove their son was inspired to attempt suicide by Ozzy's music.
1992 - The 27TH AMENDMENT, barring shady Congressmen from giving themselves a midterm pay raise, was ratified when Michigan became the 38th state to approve it. it took 203 years to get it approved.
1998 - Steve Perry left Journey.
1999 - A jury ordered "The Jenny Jones Show" to pay $25 MILLION to the family of openly gay Scott Amedure, who was shot to death after revealing a secret crush on homophobic Jonathan Schmitz, a fellow guest on the talk show.
2003 - Pete Townshend was cleared of possessing pornographic images of children. He was placed on a national register of sex offenders for five years. Police determined that he did not possess images of child abuse but that he was guilty of accessing a child pornography Internet site in 1999.