Michael Stuhlbarg - 28 (The New York City gangster Arnold Rothstein on "Boardwalk Empire". He's also in the upcoming "Lincoln" and "Hitchcock" movies.)
Liberty Phoenix - 36 (The only member of the Phoenix family that's not a vegetarian or supportive of animal rights..guess being born near Independence day will do that to ya)
Edie Falco - 48 ( Carmela Soprano on "The Sopranos". Now she has her own Showtime series, as prescription pill poppin "Nurse Jackie".)
HUEY LEWIS!!! - 61 (Famous groupie Connie Hamzy wrote in her book, "Rock Groupie", that HUEY LEWIS HAS THE LARGEST "PACKAGE" SHE HAS EVER SEEN!!! Sounds like she was Happy to be stuck BY him.)
Katherine Helmond - 83 ( Mona on "Who's The Boss?"and of course the classic series SOAP)
Dave Haywood, Country musician (Lady Antebellum), turns 30
Eva Green - 31 (The sexy Bond girl from "Casino Royale".)
Kathryn Erbe, Actress ("Law & Order: Criminal Intent"), turns 47
Marc Cohn - 52 (Won the Grammy for Best New Artist in 1991, thanks to his single "Walking in Memphis".
Then, he disappeared from our lives for YEARS . . . until August of 2005, when he was SHOT IN THE HEAD during an attempted carjacking. He survived. still NO HITS..well, cept the bullets)
Julie Nixon Eisenhower, Daughter of President Richard Nixon, turns 64
Robbie Robertson - 68 (Guitarist in "The Band". He's the HALF-MOHAWK INDIAN, HALF-JEW who penned the brilliant line, "I pulled into Nazareth, was feelin' 'bout half-past dead.")
P.T. Barnum - (1810 - 1891) (Barnum & Bailey Circus. He's the guy who said, "There's a sucker born every minute.")
BILLY "FROGGY" LAUGHLIN - (1932 - 1948) (Froggy in "The Little Rascals"!!! He died in a motor scooter accident at the tender, hairless age of just 16.)
1811 Venezuela became the first South American country to declare independence from Spain.
1830 The French occupied the North African city of Algiers.
1865 - The UNITED STATES SECRET SERVICE was created as part of the U.S. Treasury Department. It was first established just to stop counterfeiting operations that were running rampant after paper money was introduced during the Civil War.
1865 William Booth founded the Salvation Army in London.
1935 President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the National Labor Relations Act, which allowed labor to organize for the purpose of collective bargaining.
1946 The bikini made its debut during an outdoor fashion show at the Molitor Pool in Paris.
1948 Britain's National Health Service Act went into effect, providing government-financed medical and dental care..
1991 Regulators in eight countries shut down the Bank of Credit and Commerce International, charging it with fraud, drug money laundering and illegal infiltration into the U.S. banking system.
1997 Martina Hingis, 16, became the youngest Wimbledom singles champion in 110 years.
2002 Baseball Hall of Famer Ted Williams died at age 83.
2006 North Korea test-fired seven missiles into the Sea of Japan, including at least one believed capable of reaching the U.S. mainland.
2006 Enron founder Kenneth Lay, facing decades in prison, died of heart disease at age 64.
2009 The worst ethnic violence in decades in China erupted in the far western Xinjiang region. Some 200 people were killed.
2005 Roger Federer of Switzerland won Wimbledon for his record 15th Grand Slam tennis title.