Teddy Geiger - 24 (Hairless young singer that your teenage daughter just LOVES. He starred in "The Rocker" along with Rainn Wilson from "The Office".)
Sabrina Bryan - 28 (Cheetah Girls chick who was voted into the All-Stars season of "Dancing With the Stars"
Alexis Bledel - 31 (Rory on "Gilmore Girls" and one of the chicks from that "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" nonsense.)
AMY POEHLER - 41 (HI-LARIOUS "SNL" minx. "Arrested Development's" Will Arnett nails her. They played a brother and sister ice skating team in "Blades ofGlory". Now she's on NBC's "Parks & Recreation".)
Marc Anthony - 44 (Better known these days as Mr. Ex Jennifer Lopez.,,or Skeletor)
MOLLY SHANNON - 48 (SNL.)
Jennifer Tilly - 54 ( most famous for sharing her fun-stuff with Gina Gershon ina lesbian sex scene from "Bound".brilliant in "Seed of Chucky", in which she plays both Chucky's girl Tiffany, AND HERSELF.)
David Copperfield - 56 (Horny Magician.)
Mickey Rourke - 60 (Talk about a career Resurgence"and bad plastic Surgery.)
Ed Begley, Jr. - 63 (Character actor who's probably most famous for starring on "St. Elsewhere" . . . but to me he'll always be Stan Sitwell on "Arrested Development".)
Susan Ruttan, Actress ("L.A. Law"), turns 64
B.B. King - 87
Lauren Bacall - 88 (Sixty-five years ago, in the 1944 classic "To Have And Have Not", she seductively told Bogie, "just put you lips together . . . and blow."
Peter Falk - would have been 85 COLUMBO September 16, 1927 – June 23, 2011
1908 General Motors was formed in Flint, Mich., by William Durant.
1919 The American Legion was incorporated by an act of Congress.
1940 Rep. Samuel T. Rayburn, D-Texas, the longest-serving House speaker in history, was first elected to the post.
1940 President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed into law the first peacetime military draft in U.S. history.
1966 The Metropolitan Opera opened its new home at New York City's Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
1972 "The Bob Newhart Show" premiered on CBS.
1974 President Gerald R. Ford announced a conditional amnesty program for Vietnam War deserters and draft-evaders.
2002 U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan announced that Iraq had unconditionally accepted the return of U.N. weapons inspectors.
2004 Hurricane Ivan plowed into the Gulf Coast with 130 mph wind and a major storm surge; Ivan was blamed for at least 115 deaths, 43 in the United States.
2007 A deadly shooting in Baghdad involving the U.S. security firm Blackwater USA left 17 Iraqi civilians dead.
2008 The federal government announced an emergency $85 billion loan to rescue AIG, the world's largest insurance company.