Michael Macfadyen - 38 (The Sheriff of Nottingham in Russell Crowe's "Robin Hood" movie. He's playing Athos in "Three Musketeers" remake.)
EMINEM - 40 (Born Marshall Mathers the Third in Kansas City, Missouri)
Wyclef Jean - 43 (Did NOT become the president of Haiti .)
Chris Kirkpatrick - 41 ('N SYNC. the weird ass lookin one.)
Ziggy Marley - 44 (Jamaican. He probably enjoys toking a doobie or two.)
Norm MacDonald - 49 (Funny guy, crappy actor. )
Mike Judge - 50 ( creator of "Office Space", "Beavis & Butt-head" and "King of the Hill". He does the voices for Beavis, Butt-head AND Hank Hill.)
Alan Jackson - 54 (Country superstar.)
BILL HUDSON - 63 (The Hudson Brother who planted a seed inside Goldie Hawn which blossomed into the alabaster-skinned Queen bee schtuppin Goddess Kate Hudson. He let Goldie get away so he could marry Cindy Williams, a.k.a. Shirley Feeney, in 1982.)
MARGOT KIDDER - 64 (A mess.)
George Wendt - 64 (NORM on "Cheers".)
Michael McKean - 65 (Lenny Kosnowski on "Laverne & Shirley" . . . AND Spinal Tap lead singer and guitarist David St. Hubbins.)
JIM SEALS - 71 (Seals & Crofts. "Summer Breeze" . . . makes me feel fine! "Diamond Girl" !)
Andy Whitfield - Would have been 41 - (1971-2011) (He played the title role on the Starz series "Spartacus: Blood and Sand". After he lost his battle with cancer, they replaced him with Liam McIntyre for the retitled "Spartacus: Vengeance".)
Evel Knievel - Would have been 74 - (1938 - 2007)
Tom Poston - Would have been 91 - (1921 - 2007) (He played Mr. Bickley on "Mork & Mindy", George on "Newhart" and Mr. Norton on "Grace Under Fire". He was also married to Suzanne Pleshette, who died in January of 2008.)
Arthur Miller - Would have been 97 - (1915 - 2005) (Playwright who wrote "Death of a Salesman" . . . and NAILED MARILYN MONROE. He was her husband from 1956 to 1960.)
Rita Hayworth 10/17/1918 - 5/14/1987 A real movie star
Montgomery Clift 10/17/1920 - 7/23/1966 American film actor gay and friedn of Liz Taylors
1902 - The FIRST CADILLAC was completed in Detroit, Michigan. Asshole Romney's wife..collects em.
1916 - "A Daughter of the Gods", starring swimmer (slash) actress Annette Kellerman, premiered with the FIRST NUDE SCENE in a major feature film.(Sadly, no copy of this film is known to exist anymore. ?)
1931 - AL CAPONE was convicted of INCOME TAX EVASION and sentenced to 11 years in prison. He was released eight years later and spent the rest of his life an invalid, crippled by syphilis. Capone died a powerless recluse in 1947.(The moral of the story: Simply pay your taxes and practice safe sex, and YOU too can grow up to be a powerful old promiscuous mobster.
1949 - NORTHWEST AIRLINES became the first U.S. airline to serve in-flight ALCOHOLIC beverages.
1962 - The Beatles first appeared on Great Britain's Grenada TV Network.
1967 - The musical "Hair" premiered at New York's Public Theatre. The show ran for 1,758 performances
1970 - "I'll Be There" by the TITO JACKSON & THE JACKSON 5 hit #1 on the pop singles chart . . . and stayed there for FIVE whole weeks.
1979 - MOTHER TERESA was awarded the NOBEL PEACE PRIZE for her 30 years of work on behalf of the destitute in Calcutta, India.
1989 - An EARTHQUAKE struck SAN FRANCISCO just before the third game of the WORLD SERIES between the Oakland A's and San Francisco Giants. It measured 7.1 on the Richter scale, destroyed 100,000 buildings and killed 67 people.
1990 - THE JUDDS announced NAOMI JUDD'S retirement from country music due to chronic hepatitis.( umm now she's back again)
1990 The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) was created.
1991 - TENNESSEE ERNIE FORD died in Reston, Virginia, at age 72. TV fans may remember the Country Music Hall of Famer as Lucy's "Cousin Ernie" on "I Love Lucy".
1991 - JOHNNY "THE COUGAR" MELLENCAMP was hospitalized in Seattle after suffering dizzy spells during a local radio station promotion. His doctor later attributed the problem to "too much coffee, stress and not enough breakfast."
1997 - More than 2,000 people jammed into an Aurora, Colorado, church for the funeral service of JOHN DENVER who had passed away on October 12th when his home-built airplane crashed into the sea. Denver died of blunt force trauma.Coastal authorities never recovered his HEAD, PELVIS, KIDNEYS or SPLEEN.)
1997 - WARREN G regulated on GARTH BROOKS with a lawsuit alleging that our Garth had infringed on the rapper's trademarked circled "g" logo. They eventually reached a settlement allowing BOTH of them to use the letter "g" as their logo.
2001 - Jay-Z was sentenced to three years probation after pleading guilty to misdemeanor assault charges for stabbing a record producer during a fight in a nightclub on December 1, 1999.
2001 - The heirs of Bing Crosby filed a $16 million lawsuit accusing Universal Music Group of underpaying royalties on recordings.
2004 - SOFT CELL singer MARC ALMOND was critically injured after being hurled from the back of a motorcycle during a collision with a car in London. Despite suffering SEVERE HEAD INJURIES, he did not die.
2005"The Colbert Report" premiered on Comedy Central.