Tim Tebow - 25 (Heisman trophy winner at the University of Florida . . . quarterback for the New York Jets . . . and can't get enough of that Jesus dude.)
Mila Kunis - 29 (Jackie on "That '70s Show", Rachel in "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" and the voice of Meg Griffin on "Family Guy".and of course Black swan and friends with benefits..and she dumped Macauly Calkin.. Ashton Kutcher is FINALLY getting a piece of this)
Christopher Gorham - 38 ("Jake 2.0" but most of you would know him as Betty's ex-boyfriend Henry on the cancelled "Ugly Betty" and the groom Henry on "Harper's Island" . . Auggie on "Covert Affairs.".)
CATHERINE BELL - 44 ("J.A.G." , Major Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie. and now ArmyWives".)
Jennifer Flavin - 44 (Sylvester Stallone's wife.)
HALLE BERRY - 46
Susan Olsen - 51 (Cindy on "The Brady Bunch". Now enjoys doing standup comedy and puking on morning radio shows.)
Sarah Brightman - 52 (Christine in "Phantom of the Opera". When her ex-husband Andrew Lloyd Webber wrote the musical version of "Phantom", he was already planning to cast her as Christine . . . and he wrote the song "The Music Of The Night" just for her.)
Marcia Gay Harden - 53 (Oscar winner for "Pollock" in 2000).
Magic Johnson - 53. double dribble baby
JACKÉE!!! - 56 (was SANDRA CLARK ON "227".
Gary Larson, Cartoonist ("Far Side"), turns 62
Bob Backlund - 62 (WWF superstar. He lost the WWF Title in 1983 when the Iron Sheik got him with his patented Camel Clutch. In 1994, Backlund defeated Bret Hart for the title, thanks to HIS finishing move, the Cross-Face Chicken Wing.)
ANTONIO FARGAS!!! - 66 (Huggy Bear on "Starsky & Hutch" . . . and FLYGUY IN "I'M GONNA GIT YOU SUCKA"!!!)
Susan Saint James - 66 ("Wife" on "McMillian & Wife", starring Rock Hudson. She later became Kate on "Kate & Allie". )
Steve Martin - 67 in just three more years, he'll finally be as old as he's always looked.
David Crosby - 71 (Sperm donor to lesbians. I think he sings, too.)
DASH CROFTS - 72 (SEALS & CROFTS. Biggest hit: 1972's "Summer Breeze". Second biggest hit: 1973's "Diamond Girl". Next biggest hit: Rock bottom. APB on Seals & Crofts. Somebody look under Loggins & Messina AND Hall & Oates.)
Alice Ghostley - Would have been 86 - (1926 - 2007) (Bernice Clifton on "Designing Women" and Esmeralda on "Bewitched".) And a Politically INCORRECT CLIP..."Charge the Wet back triple".. Can't say that no more...
1756 - DANIEL BOONE married 16-year-old Rebecca Bryan. Their marriage lasted 56 years, and they had 10 children . . . including one named Jemima.
1901 - NURSE CLARA MAASS was so determined to prove YELLOW FEVER was spread by mosquitoes, she allowed herself to be bitten by one. And she was right. But, she was dead within two weeks.
1935 - President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the SOCIAL SECURITY ACT into law, creating unemployment insurance and pension plans for the elderly..and now the REPUBLICANS wanna take it away.
1945 President Harry S. Truman announced that Japan had surrendered unconditionally, ending World War II.
1947 Pakistan became independent of British rule.
1969 British troops arrived in Northern Ireland to intervene in sectarian violence between Protestants and Roman Catholics.
1973 U.S. bombing of Cambodia came to a halt.
1980 Workers went on strike at the Lenin Shipyard in Gdansk, Poland - a job action that resulted in the creation of the Solidarity labor movement.
1980 President Jimmy Carter and Vice President Walter Mondale were nominated for a second term at the Democratic National Convention in New York.
1996 The Republican National Convention in San Diego nominated Bob Dole for president and Jack Kemp for vice president.
1997 An unrepentant Timothy McVeigh was sentenced to death for the Oklahoma City bombing.
2003 A blackout hit the northeastern United States and part of Canada; 50 million people lost power.
2006 Israel halted its offensive against Hezbollah guerrillas as a U.N.-imposed cease-fire went into effect after a month of warfare that killed more than 900 people.
2009 Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme, a Charles Manson follower who tried to assassinate President Gerald Ford in 1975, was released from a Texas prison hospital after more than three decades behind bars.