Mya - 34 (Nubian singing chick.)
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe - 34 (was "Prison Break" villain Gretchen Morgan . . . but way back in the day she used to play Don Johnson's daughter on "Nash Bridges".)
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. - 38 (NASCAR redneck.yee haw )
Mario Lopez - 39 (he was A.C. Slater from the ORIGINAL "Saved By The Bell" and an UNREPENTANT POON-HOUND. FYI: Ali Landry had her marriage to Mario annulled in just over TWO WEEKS in 2004 after she found out he cheated on her at his bachelor party. Then he dated his "Dancing With the Stars" partner, Karina Smirnoff . . .since Fall 2008, Lopez has been dating Broadway dancer, Courtney Laine Mazza. they have a kid. and he hosts EXTRA.
Manu Bennett - 43 (Crixus in the "Spartacus" shows. He's also in the upcoming "Hobbit" movies.)
Brett Favre - 43 (If you've lost track of Brett's retirements and unretirements, he's currently UNRETIRED . . . and playing for the Minnesota Vikings. But that could change.)
Tiffany Mynx - 41 (Pornographic old tart who has starred in 403 fine films including . . . "Nymphomercials", "Quantum Deep" AND "Single White Shemale".)
Jodi Benson - 51 (The voice of Ariel in "The Little Mermaid".)
Martin Kemp - 51 (Spandau Ballet's bass player.)
Julia Sweeney - 52 ("SNL", "It's Pat!")
Bradley Whitford - 53 (Josh Lyman on "The West Wing" and Danny Tripp on the now-cancelled "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip". He nails Jane Kaczmarek, the mom from "Malcolm In The Middle". Hard.)
Tanya Tucker - 54 (WAS a Sexually promiscuous country VAMP, tramp and a bit of a Skamp.)
David Lee Roth - 58. Memba him?
Ben Vereen - 66 (Chicken George in "Roots".)
1943 - The FIRST Lassie movie, "Lassie Come Home", premiered . . . starring young RODDY MCDOWALL and ELIZABETH TAYLOR. Roddy McDowall was only 15 then.
1957 - "Zorro", starring an apparent gringo, GUY WILLIAMS, debuted on ABC. His REAL name, however, was Armand Catalano.
1962 - BOBBY "BORIS" PICKETT'S smash "The Monster Mash" was BANNED by the BBC because they thought the song was offensive.
1966 - MILTON BRADLEY released the very naughty game for horny would-be contortionists . . . TWISTER.
1968 - "Barbarella" was released. JANE FONDA starred as a space minx out to save the universe from the evil Durand-Durand . . . which ended up being the inspiration for the name of the band DURAN DURAN. (--True.)
(--Jane Fonda's zero-gravity striptease at the beginning of the flick will remind you why people actually used to love this chick.)
(--There's a remake in the works . . . and last we heard, Robert Rodriguez is directing it, and it'll star the woman who destroyed his marriage, Rose McGowan.)
1970 - NEIL DIAMOND had his first #1 song . . . "Cracklin' Rosie".
1975 - ELIZABETH TAYLOR married Husband #5, RICHARD BURTON . . . again . . . just a little over a year after their divorce. They divorced . . . again . . . about 10 months later.
1978 - PRESIDENT CARTER signed a bill authorizing the SUSAN B. ANTHONY DOLLAR . . . which died a quick death because it looked and felt too much like a quarter.
1978 - STEVEN TYLER and JOE PERRY of AEROSMITH were injured during a concert in Philadelphia when an excited fan THREW A CHERRY BOMB ON STAGE. For many moons afterwards, Aerosmith would only perform behind a chain-link fence.
1980 - BILLIE "BUCKWHEAT" THOMAS fell victim to the Curse of the Little Rascals when he died of a heart attack at the age of 49. It was definitely not O-TAY.
1981 - The "Laverne & Shirley" CARTOON debuted on ABC.
1981 - In Cairo, funeral services were held for slain Egyptian leader ANWAR SADAT. He was assassinated by Muslim extremists angered by his PEACE agreement with Israel.
1985 - The mantastic, bald-headed YUL BRYNNER passed away at age 65 of lung cancer.
1991 - Joseph Harris, an ex-postal worker, killed three other postal workers and another woman in New Jersey . . . and inspired the term "GOING POSTAL".
1992 - "The Chase", by GARTH BROOKS, debuted at #1 on "Billboard's" pop AND country album charts, knocking BILLY RAY CYRUS' "Some Gave All" from the top spot on each.
2004 - The entire planet mourned a world without a Superman when the great CHRISTOPHER REEVE passed away.
2006 - GOOGLE bought YOUTUBE in a $1.65 BILLION deal.