Kobe Bryant - 34 (Sexually aggressive egomaniacal ball hog who likes front desk recepionists.)
Scott Caan - 36 (James' son .who was in "Ocean's Eleven, Twelve and Thirteen", "Varsity Blues" Scott Lavin on "Entourage nd the pro wrestling-themed instant classic "Ready to Rumble". and is now Danno on "Hawaii Five-0" ..and REAL REAL Short.)
Ray Park - 38 (Darth Maul in "The Phantom Menace", Toad in "X-Men" and the ninja-type hero Snake Eyes in "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra".)
Jay Mohr - 42 (Former "Last Comic Standing" host, Bob Sugar in "Jerry Maguire" and ex "SNL" flunky. He does an INCREDIBLE Christopher Walken impersonation. And he gets to nail "Las Vegas" minx Nikki Cox . . . ANYTIME HE WANTS TO.)
MARK HUDSON - 61 (THE HUDSON BROTHERS. His brother Bill ischtupped Goldie Hawn . . . and created what is known as KATE HUDSON.)
Shelley Long - 63 (Diane on "Cheers" . . . and Carol Brady in the "Brady Bunch" movies. Where is she?)
RICK SPRINGFIELD!!! - 63 (Soap actor turned "rock star" turned soap actor again. He went back toGeneral Hospital" in 2005. heard he likes a drink or two now and then and now and then. and nowand then)
Richard Sanders - 72 (Les Nessman on "WKRP In Cincinnati".)
Barbara Eden - 78 ("I Dream Of Jeannie")
River Phoenix - (1970 - 1993) (He would never had polluted his body with meat . . . but he sure LOVED smack.)
Keith Moon - (1946 - 1978) (He banged the drums for The Who . . . and banged groupies by the dozen on a regular basis)
Gene Kelly - (1912 - 1996) (he was a showbiz and dancin legend.)
1926 Silent film star Rudolph Valentino died at age 31.
1960 Broadway librettist Oscar Hammerstein II died at age 65.
1927 Italian-born anarchists Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti were executed in Boston for the murders of two men during a 1920 robbery.
1962 - John Lennon and Cynthia Powell married in a secret ceremony in Liverpool, England. Cynthia was pregnant with Julian. She divorced John in 1968, after catching him making the adulterous taboo interracial beast with Succubus Yoko Ono.
1966 - The Beatles arrived in New York for their concert at Shea Stadium.
1968 - Ringo Starr temporarily quit The Beatles. Ringo is HUUUGE in Japan, ya know.
1972 - "Brandy (You're A Fine Girl)" by The Looking Glass, hit #1 on the pop chart.
1974 - Drummer Max Weinberg joined Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band.
1975 - WAR'S "Why Can't We Be Friends?" peaked at #6 on the pop chart.
1979 Soviet dancer Alexander Godunov defected while the Bolshoi Ballet was on tour in New York.
1985 - Super-lesbian Martina Navratilova and Pam Shriver beat Vitas Gerulatis and 67-year-old Bobby Riggs in three straight sets in Atlantic City's Battle of the Sexes.
1989 - Homely supermodel Paulina Porizkova married the beautiful lead singer of The Cars, Ric Ocasek. Today is their 22nd Anniversary.
1998 - "Scary Spice" of the Spice Girls announced that she was pregnant with her FIRST child. . . not Eddie Murphy's love child.
1998 - For some reason, "That '70s Show" debuted on Fox.
2000 - The final episode of the first "Survivor" gave us the unforgettable (and obviously contrived) Snake-Rat speech. . . and revealed gay, conniving Richard Hatch as the million dollar winner.
2003 Former Roman Catholic priest John Geoghan, a convicted child molester, was killed by a fellow inmate in a Massachusetts prison.
2005 Israeli forces evicted militant holdouts from two Jewish settlements, completing a historic withdrawal from the Gaza Strip and part of the West Bank.
2008 Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama introduced his choice of running mate, Sen. Joe Biden of Delaware.
2010 Golfer Tiger Woods and his wife, Elin Nordegren, divorced..