Shia LaBeouf - 26 ("Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull", "Transformers" 1-2 and 3, "Disturbia" . . . and before that, kiddie stuff like "Holes" and "Even Stevens". he says there will another Idiana jones)
Joshua Jackson - 34 (He was Pacey on "Dawson's Creek". Now he's on that Fox show, "Fringe".)
Peter Dinklage - 43 (Peter was born a dwarf . . . and still managed to make it in Hollywood. He was the star of the award-winning indie film "The Station Agent" and was even a regular on that show "Threshold".He's currently playing Tyrion Lannister on HBO's "Game of Thrones")
Dr. Mehmet Oz - 50 (was Oprah's doctor of the moment. She owns him.)
Hugh Laurie - 53 (awesome actor who's HUGE now as Dr. House on "House, M.D.".)
Ray Nagin - 56 (Mayor of New Orleans. Hurricane Katrina made him famous.)
Pete r Bergman - 59 ("I'm not a doctor, but I play one on TV". That was his line in those cough syrup commercials in the '80s, when he played Dr. Cliff Warner on "All My Children". Peter's still in soaps . . . he IS Jack Abbott on "The Young & The Restless".)
Frank Beard - 63 (ZZ Top drummer. Ironically, he's the one WITHOUT the beard.)
- ADRIENNE BARBEAU!!! - 68 (She played Beautiful Bea Arthur's bigchested daughter Carol on "Maude"!!! She made a well-chested return on HBO's "Carnivale".and can be seen on General hospital)
GENE WILDER - 79 (Comic legend from "Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory", "Stir Crazy", "Silver Streak", "Blazing Saddles" and "Young Frankenstein". He's now retired and hasn't done any acting since a guest role on "Will & Grace" in 2003. he was married to the genius that was the late Gilda Radner.)
1742 - BENJAMIN FRANKLIN invented THE STOVE.
1949 - HANK WILLIAMS made his GRAND OLE OPRY debut, singing "Lovesick
1963 - Buddhist monk Quang Duc SET HIMSELF ON FIRE on a Saigon street to
protest the government of South Vietnamese President Ngo Dinh Diem.
1963 - Alabama's GOVERNOR GEORGE WALLACE stood in front of the door to
an auditorium at the University of Alabama to try to keep its two black students from
being able to get inside and register.
1979 - JOHN WAYNE died of the lung and stomach cancers at the age of 72.
1982 - "E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial" opened in theaters . . . starring a very young
1986 - "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" was released.
1990 - 43-year-old NOLAN RYAN pitched his SIXTH NO-HITTER, which made him
the oldest man to throw one. That record was broken the following season when Nolan tossed his record
SEVENTH no-hitter. And THAT record . . . still hasn't been touched.)
1991 - JULIA ROBERTS and KIEFER SUTHERLAND called off their wedding . . .
just three days before Julia was scheduled to make the biggest mistake of her life.
1992 - The Supreme Court ruled that people who commit "HATE CRIMES"
motivated by bigotry may be sentenced to extra punishment.
1993 - STEVEN SPIELBERG released the first "Jurassic Park" movie.
1996 - GARTH BROOKS made a surprise appearance at Fan Fair in Nashville, and
signed autographs for 23 STRAIGHT HOURS.
1999 - "Star Trek" legend DEFOREST KELLEY, better known to his fans as Dr.
Leonard "Bones" McCoy, died of stomach cancer at the age of 79.
2001 - TIMOTHY MCVEIGH was FINALLY executed for the 1995 Oklahoma City
2002 - PAUL MCCARTNEY and HEATHER MILLS got married at Castle Leslie in
Ireland. Now Heather is $50 million richer and can wrap her leg around the waist of
any man she pleases.
2005 - MIKE TYSON quit mid-match in his fight against Kevin McBride . . . then
announced his retirement and threatened to become a MISSIONARY.