Joshua Leonard - 37 ("The Blair Witch Project" . . . and pretty much nothing since then . . . .)
Paulina Rubio - 41 (Mexican singer. She was basically doing the Mexican version of Lady Gaga's shtick several years before Lady Gaga existed.)
Will Forte - 42 (He does the President Bush impression for "Saturday Night Live". yawn..)
Jason Patric - 46 (Star of "The Lost Boys" and he did SPEED 2 I think.)
Erin & Diane Murphy - 48 (Twin sisters who shared the role of Tabitha on "Bewitched". They were fraternal twins, not identical ones . . . so, when they started looking less alike, Diane was fired, and Erin got to keep the job. Showbiz is not fair. Look at the idiots on Jersey shore making 100,000 a week)
Greg Kinnear - 49 (Started life as a talking head on the E! channel. Now he's considered a REAL ACTOR.) was nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his role as Jack Nicholson's gay neighbor in 1997's "As Good As It Gets".)
Michael Monroe - 50 (Lead singer of Hanoi Rocks.)
Thomas Haden Church - 52 (It looked like his legacy was going to be Lowell on "Wings" . . . a But then, he was incredible as Jack in "Sideways" . . . and suddenly, his career was alive again. He was also the Sandman in "Spider-Man 3".and doing some awesome work.)
Bobby Farrelly - 54 (One half of the Farrelly Brothers, the comedy geniuses who brought us "There's Something About Mary", "Dumb and Dumber" and "Shallow Hal".)
Mark Linn-Baker - 58 (was Cousin Larry on "Perfect Strangers"he is bitter now.)
Barry Manilow - 69 He wrote the songs..and stole the botox.. Perlane Restylane and juvederm
Newt Gingrich - 69 Right wing Scum bucket
1775 - The Revolutionary War's BATTLE OF BUNKER HILL went down near Boston. The Americans were led by Colonel William Prescott, who told his troops, "Don't fire till you see the WHITES OF THEIR EYES."
1885 - The STATUE OF LIBERTY arrived in New York City. (It was a gift from France.)
1963 The Supreme Court struck down rules requiring the recitation of the Lord's Prayer or the reading of Biblical verses in public schools.
1972 - PRESIDENT NIXON'S downfall began when five "plumbers" were arrested for breaking into the Democratic national headquarters in the WATERGATE HOTEL.
1986 - STEVIE WONDER warned the critics covering his Seattle show, "If you give me a bad review, I'll put you in my car and drive you home myself."
1989 - JOHN MATUSZAK (retired Oakland Raiders star AND Sloth in "Goonies") died of heart failure at the age of 38. Painkillers and cocaine were found in his system.
1991 - SOUTH AFRICA finally abolished its last APARTHEID LAWS.
1994 - THE O.J. SIMPSON CAR CHASE! 95 million Americans watched the eight-hour police chase of O.J. SIMPSON. He then threatened suicide and refused to leave the white Ford Bronco when it arrived at his home in Brentwood, California.
2005 - SOUL ASYLUM bassist KARL MUELLER died from throat cancer. He was only 41.
2008 Hundreds of same-sex couples got married across California on the first full day that gay marriage became legal by order of the state's highest court. (However, California voters banned gay marriage in November.)