Jesse Tyler Ferguson - 37 ( Mitchell on "Modern Family".)
Jonathan Lipnicki- 22 (Ray Boyd in "Jerry Maguire". "D'you know the human head weighs eight pounds?" He was also Lil' Bow Wow's Caucasian friend in "Like Mike".)
Zachary Hanson - 27 (The youngest Hanson. make you feel old . . . he's MARRIED, too.)
Michael Fishman - 31 (Roseanne's son D.J. on "Roseanne". doing ? What?)
Ichiro Suzuki - 39 (Fiesty Japanese baseball stud for the Seattle Mariners.)
Shaggy - 44
Carlos Mencia - 45 (Hispanic comic.)
BRIAN BOITANO!!! - 49 ( figure skater!!!)
Sally Layd - 51 (Mattress Actressstar who's starred in 166 fine films, including . . . "Witness for the Penetration", "Take this Wad and Shove It", "Heavenly Hooters", "Mating Pot" AND "Rectal Rodeo".)
Jeff Goldblum - 60 (He IS the FLY!!!)
Christopher Lloyd - 74 (Doc Brown in "Back to the Future", Jim Ignatowski on "Taxi" . . . AND the Klingon who killed Kirk's son in "Star Trek 3: The Search For Spock".)
Derek Jacobi, Actor, turns 74
Joan Fontaine, Actress, turns 95..only actor to have won an Academy Award for a performance in a film directed by Alfred Hitchcock, Suspicion
(And contrary to popular belief, Shemp did NOT replace Curly. Curly replaced Shemp!!! Shemp was the original Third Stooge. But when he left to do his own thing, before the Stooges were famous, Curly took his place.) Years later, when Curly suffered a stroke and had to retire, Shemp RETURNED to the Stooges.)
Dr. Timothy Francis Leary 10/22/1920 - 5/31/1996 American psychologist and advocate of psychedelic drugs.
ON THIS DAY....
1938 - Chester Carlson patented his strange invention . . . the XEROX PHOTOCOPIER. IBM, RCA, and Kodak all had no interest in his crazy gadget because they didn't think there was a use for a machine that "only" made copies.
(Carlson started manufacturing the device himself . . . and made an estimated $100 MILLION. Xerox Interesting Fact: The name Xerox comes from "xerography" . . . meaning "dry writing".)
1962 - JOHN F. KENNEDY ordered a Naval quarantine of Cuba until FIDEL CASTRO removed Russian missiles from his country. Russia finally backed down, thus ending the CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS.
1966 - THE BEACH BOYS hit the charts with "Good Vibrations". The single took six months and $50,000 to record . . . the most expensive song ever produced up to that time.
1966 - "Georgy Girl", starring Lynn Redgrave and James Mason, became the first U.S. movie to earn a "MATURE AUDIENCE ONLY" rating. The movie's theme song was the monster jam "Georgy Girl", performed by THE SEEKERS.
1976 - THE MOVIE "CAR WASH" WAS RELEASED.
1979 - The U.S. government allowed the deposed SHAH OF IRAN to travel to New York for medical treatment. The anger-ball Islamic fundamentalists who had overthrown him in the first place stormed the U.S. embassy . . . and started the IRAN HOSTAGE CRISIS.
2003 - The world was SHOCKED when LIZA MINNELLI filed for divorce from her big ole gay ass looking husband, DAVID GEST, a day after he sued her for spousal abuse.
2010 WikiLeaks released 391,831 purported Iraq war logs that suggested more than 100,000 Iraqi civilians had died in the conflict.