Xzibit - 38 (Urban troubadour-turned-actor best known for hosting "Pimp My Ride".)
James Marsden - 39 (He played Cyclops in the "X-Men" movies and was also in "Hairspray", "Superman Returns", "The Notebook", "Enchanted" and KatherineHeigl's "27 Dresses". He's GORGEOUS.)
Lance Armstrong - 41 (was a SEVEN-time Tour de France winning superstar with ONE GIANT TESTICLE. Lost the medals..now only has the one testcle)
AISHA TYLER - 42 (Ex-host of "Talk Soup" and Ross's interracial-taboo love muffin on "Friends". Since then she's had regular spots on "CSI", "24" and "Ghost Whisperer".)
RICKY BELL - 45 (Member of New Edition, and "The Bell" in Bell Biv DeVoe.)
Holly Robinson-Peete - 48 (Nubian chick from "21 Jump Street" and "Hangin' With Mr. Cooper". Her dad was the original GORDON on "Sesame Street".)
JAMES GANDOLFINI - 51 (TONY SOPRANO! faggetaboutit)
Kerry Livgren - 63 (Guitarist and keyboardist for the Kansas.)
Frankie Avalon - 73 (He used to schtupp Annette Funicello on the beach.)
Fred Willard - 73 (Comedian and MASTER BAITER and the HILARIOUS color commentator in "Best In Show". He was also in "This Is Spinal Tap", "A Mighty Wind" and played one half of a gay couple, along with MARTIN MULL, on "Roseanne". he is a comedy character actor god.)
Robert Blake - 79 ("Little Rascal" who played Mickey, and later grew up to be "Baretta" and a wife killer like O.J. Simpson)
Greta Garbo 9/18/1905 - 4/15/1990 Swedish-born American film star of silent and talking movies.
1793 President George Washington laid the cornerstone of the U.S. Capitol. IF HE ONLY WERE AROUND TODAY!
1810 Chile declared its independence from Spain.
1850 Congress passed the Fugitive Slave Act, which allowed slaveowners to reclaim slaves who had escaped to other states.
1851 The first edition of The New York Times was published.
1905 Actress Greta Garbo was born in Stockholm, Sweden.
1927 The Columbia Phonograph Broadcasting System (later CBS) debuted with a network of 16 radio stations.
1947 The National Security Act, which unified the Army, Navy and newly formed Air Force into a national military establishment, went into effect.
1970 Rock musician Jimi Hendrix died of a drug overdose at age 27.
1975 Newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst was captured by the FBI in San Francisco, 19 months after being kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army.
1997 Coopers & Lybrand and Price Waterhouse agreed to merge to create the world's biggest accounting firm.
1999 Sammy Sosa of the Chicago Cubs became the first player in major league baseball history to hit 60 home runs in a season twice.
2001 Letters postmarked Trenton, N.J., that later tested positive for anthrax were sent to the New York Post and NBC anchorman Tom Brokaw.
2003 Hurricane Isabel plowed into North Carolina's Outer Banks with 100-mph winds and pushed its way up the Eastern Seaboard; the storm claimed 40 lives.
2009 Tens of thousands of protesters rallied in defiance of Iran's Islamic leadership, clashing with police and confronting state-run anti-Israel rallies.
2009 The final episode of the soap opera "Guiding Light" aired on CBS, ending a 72-year run on radio and TV