HILLARY CLINTON - 65 ( Our Rockin Secretary of State)
Lauren Tewes - 58 (Cruise Director Julie McCoy on the "Love Boat". She used to "the peruvian marching powder" on the "Love Boat".)
Keith Urban - 45 (Country super STUD star. Nicole Kidman's dashing ex alcoholic husband.)
Natalie Merchant - 49 (Bitter singer.)
Dylan McDermott - 51 (Mantastic star from "The Practice".) ----->
Rita Wilson - 56 (Mrs. Tom Hanks.)
Keith Strickland - 59 (The B-52's guitarist.)
Bootsy Collins - 61 (Parliament Funkadelic)
Pat Sajak - 66 (Here's Paul Rodriguez's impression of a Cholo playing "Wheel of Fortune": "Yeah Pat, I'd like to buy a vowel. Could I have a 'K' please?" Don't get mad at ME, moto.)
Bob Hoskins - 70 (Eddie in "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?", Mario in "Super Mario Bros." AND Manuel Noriega in "Noriega: God's Favorite".)
Shelley Morrison - 76 (Karen's maid, Rosario, on "Will & Grace". Shelley plays a lot of Hispanic roles, but she's actually a Sephardic Jew . . . and a SHOPLIFTER.)
1881 - WYATT EARP and DOC HOLLIDAY faced the Clanton Gang in the infamous SHOOTOUT AT THE O.K. CORRAL.
1935 - Judy Garland, at the age of 12, sang on Wallace Berry's radio show on NBC.
1949 - President Truman raised the MINIMUM WAGE from 40 cents to 75 CENTS AN HOUR.
1959 - The Everly Brothers announced that they are considering leaving their record label.
1965 - The Beatles were awarded the MBE (Member of the British Empire) medals.
1971 - Al Green's "Tired of Being Alone," his first hit, went gold.
1975 - "A Chorus Line" premiered.
1975 - The American Medical Association endorsed use of the HEIMLICH MANEUVER, the technique developed by Dr. Henry Heimlich, to aid people choking on food.
1978 - The Police played their first U.S. show in Boston at the Rat Club.
1980 - Paul Kantner of Jefferson Starship suffers a brain hemorrhage during a recording session. After 15 days in the hospital he recovers fully.
1981 - Queen and David Bowie record "Under Pressure" in Montreaux, Switzerland.
1984 - "The Terminator", starring ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, hit theaters.
1990 - Washington, D.C. MAYOR MARION BARRY was sentenced to six months in prison and fined $5,000 for his conviction on CRACK charges
1992 - Pearl Jam sets a new record for first week sales when the LP "Vs." sold 950,000 copies.
1993 - Catholic churches in San Juan, Puerto Rico urge residents to tie black ribbons on trees to protest Madonna's first concert there.
1994 - Roseanne Barr appeared on her TV show "Roseanne" dressed as Prince.
1998 - Eros Ramazzotti released his "Eros Live" album.
1998 - A U.S. federal judge refused to issue an injunction against the sale of MP3. The device is used to play music downloaded from the Internet. The Recording Industry Association of America had brought the case to court.
1998 - Marilyn Manson began its Mechanical Animals tour in Kansas City, MO.