Taylor Momsen - 19 (Cindy Lou Who in "How the Grinch Stole Christmas". She's Jenny Humphrey on "Gossip Girl". She also has a rock band called Pretty Reckless and she's does NOT want to be a role model to your children.)
Tamyra Gray - 33 (another Former "American Idol" chick who tried acting for a little while and even did a few months on Broadway playing Mimi Marquez in "Rent".)
KATE BECKINSALE - 39 (vampire in "Underworld", a sexy vampire hunter in Hugh Jackman's "Van Helsing" AND Adam Sandler's sexy wife in "Click".)
Jeremy Piven - 47 (Former "Entourage" star whose big break was playing Spence on the gay sitcom "Ellen". He was also John Cusack's buddy in "Serendipity" and the dean in "Old School".)
Sandra Bullock - 48 Not sure what's on her "to-do" list today, but you can safely rule out anything to do with a guy with tatoos.
Gary Cherone - 51 (Ex-singer of Van Halen the Third AND Extreme.)
Kevin Spacey - 53 (Some of the best things he's been in include "The Usual Suspects", "American Beauty" and of course THE CLOSET.)
Dorothy Hamill - 56 (Figure skating Chick who won Gold in the 1976 Olympics.)
Roger Taylor - 63 (Queen's drummer. He also wrote a few of the band's songs, including "Radio Ga Ga".)
Helen Mirren - 67 (housekeeper in "Gosford Park", Caesonia in "Caligula", and COMPLETELY NEKKID in "Calendar Girls". and of course she was THE QUEEN)
Mick Jagger - 69
Dobie Gray - 72 (Biggest hit: 1973's "Drift Away". "Give me the beat boys / And free my soul / I wanna get lost in your rock 'n roll and drift away.")
Joe Jackson - 83 (Father of Jackie Jackson, Tito Jackson, Jermaine Jackson, Marlon Jackson, Rebbie Jackson, La Toya Jackson, Randy Jackson, Janet Jacksonand the late Michael Jackson. and he'll do anything for money)
JAMES BEST - 86 (Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane on "The Dukes Of Hazzard". )
Stanley Kubrick - (1928 - 1999) (Director of "Eyes Wide Shut", "Full MetalJacket", "The Shining", "A Clockwork Orange", "2001: A Space Odyssey" AND
Blake Edwards (July 26, 1922 – December 15, 2010) was an American film director, screenwriter and producer.
Jason Robards7/26/1922 - 12/26/2000 Actor
Aldous Huxley - (1894 - 1963) (Wrote "Brave New World" in 1932, which predicted genetic engineering, test tube babies, an over-sexed society hooked on commercial goods and masses of people addicted to pills that keep them from feeling depressed. Sound familiar?)
1948 - PRESIDENT TRUMAN signed orders "PROHIBITING DISCRIMINATION" in the U.S. military and government jobs.
1958 - QUEEN ELIZABETH THE SECOND proclaimed her big-eared son CHARLES to be the PRINCE OF WALES.
1977 - ELVIS COSTELLO was arrested while performing outside the London Hilton where a CBS Records sales conference was being held. He was trying to audition for a U.S. record deal.(He was taken to the station and fined five British pounds. CBS execs invited young Elvis Costello back for an audition and eventually signed him.)
1989 - MARK WELLMAN, a 29-year-old paraplegic, reached the summit of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park.after hauling himself up the granite cliff SIX INCHES AT A TIME OVER NINE DAYS.
1991 - PAUL REUBENS, a.k.a. PEE-WEE HERMAN, was arrested inside an adult movie theater in Sarasota, Florida. He was accused of exposing himself TWICE during a showing of the hit film, "Tiger Shark".
1992 - Motown legend MARY WELLS died of cancer at age 49. She had Motown's first #1 hit, with "My Guy", which was written by Vocal Genius SMOKEY ROBINSON.
1996 - "Kingpin", starring a one-handed WOODY HARRELSON, was released.
2005 - THE SPACE SHUTTLE DISCOVERY returned to space in the first Space Shuttle flight since the destruction of the Columbia nearly two and a half years earlier.
2006 - LANCE BASS came out in "People" magazine. . . telling the world that he is a proud gay man.