TOM CRUISE - 50 (NEW AARP MEMBER and On the Market again. As a teenager, he wanted to be a Catholic priest. In 1990, he became a Scientologist, partly because its groundbreaking "Study Technology" helped him handle his lifelong problem of dyslexia. he's now very rich and he doesn't give a shit he gets things backwards..Mission impossible? not with Cruise)
Patrick Wilson - 39 (Raoul in the movie version of "Phantom of the Opera". He also played a pedophile who gets his comeuppance at the hands of "Juno" minx ELLEN PAGE in the 2005 thriller "Hard Candy". Awesome flick. Rent it today.)
Olivia Munn - 33 (Sexy half -Asian "Daily Show" correspondent
Andrea Barber - 36 (Kimmy Gibler on "Full House".)
Julian Assange - 41 (Document leaking Aussie editor of Wikileaks who MIGHT have leajed an std or two too!)
Shawnee Smith - 42 (The jigsaw killer's girlfriend, Amanda, in the "Saw" movies
Thomas Gibson - 50 (He's the uptight boss on "Criminal Minds" . . . and was Dharma's uptight husband on the sitcom "Dharma & Greg".)
Hunter Tylo, Actress ("The Bold and the Beautiful"), turns 50
Montel Williams - 56 (Multiple Sclerosis-suffering nubian talk show stud muffin. The reefer helps make the shakes go away and away .)
Jan Smithers - 63 (She was Bailey Quarters on "WKRP InCincinnati". She was also married to James Brolin for nine years. They divorced in 1995. Brolin married the much wealthier and musch more famous Barbra Streisand three years later.)
Betty Buckley - 65 (Abby on "Eight Is Enough". She was also in that M. Night Shama-Lama-Ding-Dong movie, "The Happening",..)
Dave Barry - 65 (Humor columnist.)
Kurtwood Smith - 69 (Red on "That '70s Show". Long before that, he was the very bad-ass Clarence J. Boddicker in 1987's "Robocop".)
LAURA BRANIGAN - (1957 - 2004) (SINGER OF 1982's MEGA-HIT "GLORIA"!!!) (She died from a brain aneurysm that she didn't know she had.)
George M. Cohan 7/3/1878 - 11/5/1942 American songwriter, actor, producer and director.
1775 Gen. George Washington took command of the Continental Army at Cambridge, Mass.
1878 Broadway song-and-dance man George M. Cohan was born in Providence, R.I. (Cohan claimed to have been - as he wrote in one of his patriotic songs - "born on the Fourth of July.")
1890 Idaho became the 43rd state.
1898 The U.S. Navy defeated a Spanish fleet in the harbor at Santiago, Cuba, during the Spanish-American War.
1930 Congress created the Veterans Administration.
1962 Algeria became independent after 132 years of French rule.
1971 Rock singer Jim Morrison of The Doors died in Paris at age 27.
1985 The time-travel comedy "Back to the Future," starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd, was released in movie theaters.
1986 President Ronald Reagan presided over a ceremony in New York Harbor that saw the relighting of the renovated Statue of Liberty.
1988 The USS Vincennes shot down an Iran Air jetliner over the Persian Gulf, killing all 290 people aboard.
1997 In his first formal response to charges by Paula Jones of sexual harassment, President Bill Clinton denied all allegations in her lawsuit and asked a judge to dismiss the case.
2001 Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic refused to enter a plea on war crimes charges in his first appearance before a U.N. tribunal at The Hague.
2005 A NASA space probe, Deep Impact, hit its comet target as planned in a mission to learn how the solar system formed.
2009 Sarah Palin announced she would resign as Alaska governor with 16 months left in her term.