Nicole Richie - 30 ("Simple Life" skeeze and Lionel Richie's daughter. She has two illegitimate babies with Good Charlotte poser Joel Madden. She kinda cleaned up her life..and now Paris..thats another sotyr)
Paulo Costanzo - 33 (He WAS Michael Tribbiani on the ill fated a few years back "Joey" . . . he was Rubin, the pothead, in "Road Trip". Now he's on that USA Network series, "Royal Pains".)
Luke Wilson - 40 (Owen's brother with the small nose)
ALFONSO RIBEIRO!!! - 41 (Carlton on "The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air"!!! He was Wayne Brady before Wayne Brady was Wayne Brady.)
Ricki Lake - 44 (talk show host.)
FAITH HILL - 45 (She SCHTUPPS Tim McGraw ANYTIME SHE WANTS TO.)
Cheryl Hines - 47 (Larry's oddly-attractive wife on "Curb YourEnthusiasm".)
Rob Morrow - 50 (was Dr. Joel Fleischman on "Northern Exposure". H.)
David James Elliott - 52 ("J.A.G." stud.)
Dave Coulier - 53 ("Full House", "The Surreal Life" AND "America's Funniest People" . He's the guy Alanis Morissette is singing about in the bitter jam "You Oughta Know".)
BILL MURRAY - 62 (Moody superstar former SNL alumni.)
Jerry Bruckheimer - 67 (The man behind just about every blockbuster movie and TV show . . . from "CSI" to "The Amazing Race" to "Pirates Of The Caribbean" to "Top Gun" to "Armageddon" to "KANGAROO JACK".)
Larry Hagman - 81 / His Liver - 16
Chuck Jones - Would have been 99- (1912 - 2002) (Legendary cartoonist.)(His most famous Looney Tunes characters were Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd and Porky Pig. The list of characters he created goes on and on, including Road Runner, Wile E. Coyote, Marvin the Martian, Pepe Le Pew.)
1897 The New York Sun ran an editorial answering a question from an 8-year-old girl that included the line, "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus."
1931 Britain went off the gold standard.
1937 "The Hobbit" by J.R.R. Tolkien was published.
1938 A hurricane struck parts of New York and New England, causing widespread damage and claiming more than 600 lives.
1948 Milton Berle debuted as permanent host of "The Texaco Star Theater" on NBC.
1957 "Perry Mason," starring Raymond Burr, premiered on CBS.
1964 Malta gained independence from Britain.
1970 "NFL Monday Night Football" debuted on ABC.
1982 National Football League players began a 57-day strike.
1983 Interior Secretary James G. Watt described a special advisory panel as consisting of "a black ... a woman, two Jews and a cripple." Watt later apologized and resigned.
1996 The board of Virginia Military Institute voted to admit women.
1998 President Bill Clinton's videotaped grand jury testimony in the Monica Lewinsky scandal was publicly broadcast, showing him answering one question from prosecutors by saying, "It depends on what the meaning of 'is' is."
1998 Olympic gold medal track star Florence Griffith Joyner, 38, died in her sleep after suffering an epilectic seizure.
2001 Congress approved $15 billion to help an airline industry reeling from the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
2003 NASA's Galileo spacecraft plunged into Jupiter's turbulent atmosphere, bringing a fiery conclusion to a 14-year exploration of the solar system's largest planet and its moons.
2004 The album "American Idiot" by Green Day was released.
2008 "Mad Men" became the first basic-cable show to win a top series Emmy award.