Steven R. McQueen - 24 (Steve McQueen's grandson. His first big role was playing a gay piano student on "Everwood", He plays Elena's brother Jeremy on series "The Vampire Diaries". He was also a star in Pirahana 3D)
Michael Spinks - 56 (the Brother of the beautiful Leon Spinks. They both won Gold Medals at the 1976 Olympics. Michael became famous for getting Ko'D by Mike Tyson in 91 seconds back in 1988.
Didi Conn (actress) is 61 “Frenchy” in Grease. shel also Lip synced You Liight up my life..in the movie..YOU LIGHT UP MY LIFE
Tony Kornheiser - 64 (Host of ESPN's "Pardon the Interruption". He also did "Monday Night Football" but he's left the show because he's scared to fly. Chickenshit Jock)
PATRICK STEWART - 72 (Professor Xavier AND Captain Jean-Luc Picard!!!)
Nerine Kidd - (1959 - 1999) (William Shatner's third wife. Her death was immortalized in the spoken-word track "What Have You Done", from Shatner's album, "Has Been".)
Bob Crane - (1928 - 1978) ("Hogan's Heroes" He was found dead while making wild amateur sex videos in Scottsdae, Arizona, in 1978. His murder is still unsolved.)
1837 - QUEEN VICTORIA became the first monarch to live in Buckingham Palace.Did you know, the royal family has never liked living there. George the 5th tried to sell it to a hotel chain. George the 6th called it an "ice box". And Queen Elizabeth said, "It's a house where you need a bicycle.")
1923 A sign consisting of 50-foot-tall letters spelling out "HOLLYWOODLAND" was dedicated in the Hollywood Hills to promote a subdivision (the last four letters were removed in 1949)
1939 - FRANK SINATRA made his first record, singing "From the Bottom of My Heart" and "Melancholy Mood" with the Harry James Orchestra.
1960 - Massachusetts Senator JOHN F. KENNEDY won the Democratic presidential nomination at his party's convention in Los Angeles.
1968 - STEPPENWOLF'S classic smash "Born To Be Wild" was released.
1968 - SIMON AND GARFUNKEL'S "Bookends" became the #1 album for the third week in a row. Along with "The Graduate" soundtrack, this gave Simon and Garfunkel the top album spot for 16 straight weeks.
1974 - ERIC CLAPTON'S "I Shot The Sheriff" was released.
1977 - A BLACKOUT THAT LASTED 25 HOURS hit New York City.
1978 - LEE IACOCCA was fired as president of the Ford Motor Company by Chairman Henry Ford (the 2nd).
1985 - One and a half BILLION people either watched or listened to LIVE AID, an international rock concert in London, Philadelphia, Moscow and Sydney. The Live Aid concert helped raise $100 million for Ethiopia's starving people.
1985 - PRESIDENT REAGAN had surgery to remove a cancerous polyp from his lower intestine.
1988 - On golf courses 1,650 miles apart, twins Kyle and Kim Richardson both made eagles at 2:00 P.M.
1990 - DEMI MOORE and PATRICK SWAYZE had unimaginative couples running out to take up pottery lessons with the release of their spiritual (slash) sexual energy in "Ghost".
1994 - TONYA HARDING'S ex-husband, JEFF GILLOOLY, was sentenced in Portland, Oregon, to two years in prison for his role in the attack on NANCY KERRIGAN. He ended up serving six months.
2005 - BERNARD EBBERS, the ex-CEO of WorldCom, who orchestrated the biggest corporate fraud in U.S. history, was sentenced to 25 years in prison for his part in $11 BILLION worth of accounting fraud at WorldCom, now known as MCI. DOES EVERY GUY NAMED BERNARD.screw over RICH PEOPL AND THIER MONEY?