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Scott MacIntyre - 27 (The blind guy from season eight of "American Idol".)
Donald Faison - 38 (Nubian surgeon Chris Turk on "Scrubs".)
Carson Daly - 39 (I still don't get it. Who does he blow at NBC? He got lucky with THE VOICE)
Mary Lynn Rajskub - 41 (She was fan-favorite Chloe on "24".)
Steven Page - 42 (Barenaked Ladies singer. He's the one who was arrested on coke possession charges and quit the group. He's also the second cousin of Canadian reggae superstar SNOW!!!)
Amy Brenneman - 48 ("Judging Amy". Now she's Dr. Violet Turner on "Private Practice".)
Tracy Pollan - 52 (Michael J. Fox's girlfriend on "Family Ties", and his wife in real life.)
Cyndi Lauper - 59 - Singin GODDESS
MERYL STREEP - 63 (Amazing actress. Nominated for 16 Oscars . . . and won three.)
DAVID L. LANDER!!! - 65 (SQUIGGY ON "LAVERNE & SHIRLEY"!!!)
Kris Kristofferson - 76 (Superstar singer [slash] actor [slash] RHODES SCHOLAR!!!)
Ralph Waite - 84 (John Walton, Sr. on "The Waltons".)
Freddie Prinze - (1954 - 1977) (Suicidal "Chico & The Man" superstar and dad of superstar Freddie Prinze Junior.)
Ed Bradley - Would have been 70 - (1941 - 2006) ("60 Minutes" stud.)
Billy Wilder - (1906 - 2002) (Writer-director of "Sunset Boulevard" and "Some Like It Hot" among others. But his greatest achievement: Telling Billy Bob Thornton that he was TOO UGLY TO BE AN ACTOR.)
Gower Champion 6/22/1921 - 8/25/1980 American choreographer, dancer and director
Joseph Papp 6/22/1921 - 10/31/1991 American theatrical producer and director
Michael Todd 6/22/1909 - 3/22/1958 American producer and showman and was one of Elizabeth Taylors husbands.
1868 - For some stupid ass reason, ARKANSAS was readmitted to the Union after the Civil War.
1938 - JOE LOUIS began his reign as a World Heavyweight Boxing Champion by knocking out Jim Braddock in Chicago. A year later to the day, he knocked out Max Schmeling in the 1st round in New York City. He retained his title until he retired in 1949.
1963 - THE SAFARIS' "Wipe Out" was released.
1966 - "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", starring ELIZABETH TAYLOR and RICHARD BURTON, was released. Liz won her second Best Actress Oscar for her role in this movie about an older couple playing mind games with their younger guests.
1968 - The JEFF BECK GROUP made its debut at the Fillmore East. Lead singer ROD STEWART was so shy that he hid behind speakers for the first few songs.
1969 - JUDY GARLAND died from a drug overdose in London. She was only 47. and so... began the Gay Rigths Revolution.
1970 - PRESIDENT NIXON signed a measure lowering the voting age to 18.
1977 - John N. Mitchell became the first former U.S. Attorney General to go to prison as he began serving a sentence for his role in the Watergate cover-up. He served 19 months.
1981 - MARK DAVID CHAPMAN pleaded guilty to killing JOHN LENNON outside his New York City apartment building.
1984 - "The Karate Kid", starring RALPH MACCHIO and PAT MORITA, was released.
1987 - Dancing legend [slash] future "Dirt Devil Pitchman" FRED ASTAIRE died of pneumonia at the age of 88.
1992 The Supreme Court unanimously ruled that hate-crime laws that ban cross-burning and similar expressions of racial bias violate free-speech rights.
1993 Former first lady Pat Nixon died at age 81.
1994 - MVP HAKEEM OLAJUWON led the Houston Rockets to the 1994 NBA championship by defeating the New York Knicks 90-to-84.
2008 - Comedian GEORGE CARLIN died of heart failure. He was 71