Martin Sheen 72 Actor ("The West Wing" President we would like to have and father to talentless and NOT winning Charlie)
Beverly Lee Singer (The Shirelles) 70
Martha Stewart 70 (Former caged heat prison bitch.) Lifestyle guru. she can crazy glue a toilet paper roll into an ash tray
John Landis 62 (Comedy's directing superstar. His movies include such classics as "Animal House", "The Blues Brothers", "The Kentucky Fried Movie", "An American
Werewolf in London", "Trading Places", "Coming to America", Michael Jackson's
"Thriller" AND "The Three Amigos!".)
Jay North 61 Actor (was THE "Dennis the Menace")
John C. McGinley 53 (Dr. Cox on "Scrubs", the bad cop in the gawd awful Rob Schneider movie "The Animal)
Isaiah Washington 49 (Former "Grey's Anatomy" cast memeber and homophobe.)
Tom Brady 35 New England Patriots future hall-of-fame quarterback who gives it to supermodel Gisele Bundchen and has a baby with both her AND Bridget Moynahan.
Evangeline Lilly 33 (was Kate on "Lost". Dominic Monaghan who played Charlie on the show got to schtupp her anytime he wanted to, then lost her .)
Jon Foster Actor 27
Brent Kutzle Rock musician (OneRepublic) 26
1492 - CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS set sail for the Orient from Palos, Spain, with his three ships . . . the Nina, the Pinta and the Santa Maria. He ended up discovering America instead.(The voyage cost about $7,000 $3,000 for his three ships, his personal salary of $300 a year and $2.50 per crew member per month.)
1981 - U.S. air traffic controllers went on strike, despite a warning from President Reagan that they would be fired.
* Don't screw with someone who learned how to negotiate in Hollywood.
1949 - The NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION (NBA) was formed.
1963 - ALLAN SHERMAN released the brilliant classic, "Hello Muddah, Hello Fadda".
1963 - THE BEACH BOYS released "Surfer Girl".
1966 - LENNY BRUCE overdosed on morphine, and died at the age of 40.
1971 - RINGO STARR received a gold record for "It Don't Come Easy". He wrote the tune himself. Ringo is HUGE in Japan.
1971 - PAUL MCCARTNEY, announced the formation of his new super-group, WINGS. It was his first band since the break-up of some other group he was in called The Beatles.
1974 - JEFF "SKUNK" BAXTER quit STEELY DAN and joined the DOOBIE BROTHERS. But these days he's working as a defense consultant who specializes in MISSILE DEFENSE. (True.)
1977 - "Star Wars" characters C-3PO, R2-D2 and DARTH VADER added their cement footprints to the forecourt of stars at Mann's Chinese Theater in Hollywood.
1979 - THE KNACK hit the top of both the album and singles charts, with their LP, "Get The Knack" and the single, "My Sharona".
1984 - MARY LOU RETTON won the gold medal in the individual all-around event in women's gymnastics at the Olympics in Los Angeles. She's "America's Little Big Star", ya know.
1993 - The body of James Jordan, MICHAEL JORDAN'S FATHER, was found in a South Carolina creek 11 days after he was killed. Police wouldn't be able to positively identify him until August 13th.
1993 - The Senate voted 96-to-3 to confirm the sexy RUTH BADER GINSBURG as a Supreme Court Justice.
1998 - For some reason, "How Stella Got Her Groove Back" was released. and then what?
1999 - PATSY CLINE finally received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Sadly, Patsy couldn't make the ceremony, because she'd been DEAD FOR 36 YEARS. She died in a plane crash in 1963.
2001 - CHRISTOPHER HEWITT, the actor who played "Mr. Belvedere" on the TV series, died from diabetes at the age of 79
2007 - Usher married Tameka Foster, six days after calling off their first ceremony. Their original ceremony was cancelled hours before it was due to take place amid reports pregnant Foster was taken to hospital for stress.