Hilary Swank - 38 (won the Best Actress Oscars for "Million Dollar Baby" AND for "Boys Don't Cry". So bascially-she's won an Oscar for all her movies except the ones in which she DOESN'T get beaten to death.)
Tom Green - 41 (Clown-ass who used to schtupp Drew Barrymore. They were married for all of five months before SHE kicked HIM to the curb.)
Christine Taylor - 42 (using teh nepotistic aproach of being Ben Stiller's wife into roles in "Zoolander" and "Dodgeball" . . . however, she got her role as Marsha in "The Brady Bunch Movie" on her own. Or, so we heard!)
Christopher Nolan - 42 (Director of "The Dark Knight", "Batman Begins" and "Memento".)
Simon Baker - 43 (Christian in "The Devil Wears Prada". He's GORGEOUS. Your wife/Gf or gay friend fell in love with him back when he starred on "The Guardian". He is now the star of the CBS detective show, "The Mentalist".)
Vivica A. Fox - 48 (Nubian drunk-driving whatever.)
Lisa Kudrow - 49 (Phoebe on "Friends". and very damn funny)
Laurence Fishburne - 51 (He WAS Cowboy Curtis on "Pee Wee's Playhouse". He Was ike turner in the tina turner bio pic. he was Morpheus in "The Matrix". ansd was on one of those csi type shows..i can't remember which, cuz ther are so many.)
Kate Bush - 54
DELTA BURKE!!! - 56 (We love her. Suzzane Sugarbaker)..for ever
Anita Hill - 57 (She said Clarence Thomas once asked her, "Who has put pubic hair on my Coke?" Thomas's wife still tries to stay in touch,..cuz she's a friggin Right wing loon wanting an apology)
FRANK STALLONE!!! - 62 (brother of you know who..ADRIANNNNN!)
Arnold Schwarzenegger - 65- trasher of the english language and lover of domestic help and Kennedy women.
Paul Anka - 70 (Only a musical mater. He wrote my way and Having my baby..HELLO! . He's also Jason Bateman's father-in-law. Jason Schtupps Paul's daughter, Amanda.)
Peter Bogdanovich, Director, turns 73
1619 The first representative assembly in America convened in Jamestown, Va.
1729 The city of Baltimore was founded.
1792 The French national anthem, "La Marseillaise" by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle, was first sung in Paris.
1863 American automaker Henry Ford was born in Dearborn Township, Mich.
1898 - William Kellogg invented cornflakes.
* His first remark: "Got milk?"
1942 President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed a bill creating a women's auxiliary agency in the Navy known as Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service, or WAVES.
1942 - Frank Sinatra recorded the last of 90 recordings with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra.
1954 - Elvis Presley made his professional debut in Memphis. It was his first concert to be advertised.
1956 - Brenda Lee recorded her first hit, "Jambalaya" and "Bigelow 6-500."
1956 - The phrase "In God We Trust" was adopted as America's national motto.
* The motto continues: "because we sure as hell can't trust our government."
1968 - The Beatles' Apple Boutique in London closed after heavy losses.
1970 - The Rolling Stones fired Allen Klein as their manager.
1975 Former Teamsters union president Jimmy Hoffa disappeared in suburban Detroit. (His remains have never been found.)
1987 - David Bowie played the first show of his "Glass Spider" tour in Philadelphia
2002 Expelled from Congress a week earlier, James A. Traficant Jr. was sentenced to eight years behind bars for corruption