Rory Culkin - 23 (Macaulay's more-talented younger brother. You might remember him as Mel Gibson's son in "Signs", and as Michael Douglas' youngest son in "It Runs in the Family".)
Josh Hartnett - 34 (Hairless hunk star of "Pearl Harbor", "Black Hawk Down", "Sin City", "Lucky Number Slevin" AND "40 Days and 40 Nights".)
Damian Marley - 34 (Bob Marley's youngest son.)
Justin Bartha - 34 (Riley, Nicolas Cage's sidekick, in the "National Treasure" films.)
Ali Landry - 39 (Miss USA 1996 and the tortilla tart from the old Doritos commercials.--She kicked her cheating Latino husband Mario "ABS"Lopez to the curb just TWO FRIGGN WEEKS after their April 24th, 2004, wedding after she found out he'd cheated on her at his bachelor party on April 23rd, 2004.) lopez is a daddy now with a whole new Wife.
Lance Guest - 52 ("The Last Starfighter" and the "Jaws: The Revenge".)
Jon Lovitz - 55 (He whooped the worthless DNA that is Andy Dick's ass for re-introducing Phil Hartman's wife to cocaine . which turned her into a crazed maniac who went on to murder her husband AND her and shoot her insane self.) he's also turned inot a raging nutball Republican like that his other SNL alumni Victoria "im bat shit crazy" Jackson
The Artist Formerly Known as Cat Stevens (Yusuf Islam) - 64
Garry Trudeau - 64 ("Doonesbury" cartoonist who once offered $10,000 to anyone who could prove that George W. Bush had fulfilled his military duties in the '70s.)
Kenneth Starr - 66 (He's #1 on Bill Clinton's Christmas card list and most often referred too as the spawn of Satan by many of us.)
Janet Reno - 73 (Attorney General GODDESS)
Norman Jewison, Director ("Moonstruck"), turns 86
Kay Starr, Singer, turns 90
Ernest Hemingway - (1899 - 1961) (Once, this legendary author was issued a challenge: Write a story that is only SIX WORDS LONG. And Hemingway responded with this story: "For sale: baby shoes, never used.")
July 21, 1925, the ''monkey trial'' ended in Dayton, Tenn., with John T. Scopes convicted of violating state law for teaching Darwin's theory of evolution. (The conviction was later overturned.)
1899 Author Ernest Hemingway was born in Oak Park, Ill.
1931 - CBS aired the first regularly scheduled program to be simulcast on radio and television. The show featured singer Kate Smith, composer George Gershwin and New York City Mayor Jimmy Walker.
1944 The Democratic National Convention in Chicago nominated Sen. Harry S. Truman to be vice president.
1958 - The last of "Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Scouts" programs aired on CBS-TV.
1969 Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin blasted off from the moon aboard the lunar module.
1987 - Mary Hart, of "Entertainment Tonight", had her legs insured by Lloyd’s of London for $2 million.
1988 Massachusetts Gov. Michael Dukakis accepted the Democratic presidential nomination at the party's convention in Atlanta.
1998 Astronaut Alan Shepard died at age 74.
1999 - The missing plane of John F. Kennedy Jr. was found off of the coast of Martha's Vineyard, MA. The bodies of Kennedy, his wife Carolyn Bessette and her sister Lauren Bessette were found on board. The plane had crashed on July 16, 1999.
2002 Telecommunications giant WorldCom Inc. filed for bankruptcy protection after disclosing it had inflated profits by nearly $4 billion through deceptive accounting.
2007 "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," the final volume in the book series by J.K. Rowling, went on sale.
2008 Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, one of the world's top war crimes fugitives, was arrested in a Belgrade suburb by Serbian security forces.
2010 President Barack Obama signed into law the most sweeping overhaul of U.S. lending and high finance rules since the 1930s.