Emilie Ullerup - 28 (The blonde who plays Amanda Tapping's daughter on that new Sci-Fi Channel show "Sanctuary".)
Tanya James - 29 (Pornographic prostitute who has starred in 68 fine films, including . . . "Money Hole", "Bleached to the Bone" and "2 Chicks Same Time 2".)
Patrick Fugit - 30 (Young Will in "Almost Famous".)
Scott Weiland - 45 (Ex-Stone Temple Pilot. Current Velvet Revolver.)
Matt Drudge - 46 (Internet republican shill/scum/moron and hack who, according to an ABC News study, is only accurate 37.8% of the time.)
Marla Maples - 49 (Gold digger. The former Mrs. Donald Trump.)
Simon Le Bon - 54 (Duran Duran. He's bloated now)
Robert Picardo - 59 (The bald holographic doctor on "Star Trek: Voyager".)
Roberto Benigni - 60 (He's that crazy, irritating as fuck Italian actor-director. )
TED WASS - 61 (BLOSSOM'S DAD ON "BLOSSOM". Now he directs TV shows. .)
Garry Tallent - 64 (Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band bassist.)
Ivan Reitman - 66 (Director of "Stripes", "Meatballs" and "Ghostbusters" in the '80s . . . and "Twins", "Junior", "Kindergarten Cop" and "Dave" in the '90s.)
Lee Greenwood - 69 ("God Bless the USA" GOP sappy shill- you've never heard him sing for the dems.. he works ever election cycle.)
John Cleese - 73 (Monty Python superstar.)
Ruby Dee (actress) is 88 “Mama Lucas” in American Gangster
Nanette Fabray (actress) is 92 “Mary Richards’” mom on The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Teddy Roosevelt - (1858 - 1919) (26th U.S. President, from 1901-1909. He was the first president to ride in an airplane, drive in a car and ride in a submarine, AND he inspired the teddy bear.) (--Plus, he saved American Football and oversaw the creation of the NCAA.)
ON THIS DAY
1858 - After failing SEVEN TIMES in previous business ventures, ROLAND H. MACY opened MACY'S Department Store in New York City. He sold $1,106 worth of merchandise on his first day of business.
(Macy's went on to have the highest sales volume of any department store in the world.)
1901 - BOXER SHORTS WERE INTRODUCED. I like tighie Whities on my boys.
1938 - DU PONT announced a name for its new synthetic yarn: NYLON.
1964 - SONNY BONO married CHER in Tijuana, Mexico!!! Cher wore virginal bell-bottoms. They divorced February 20th, 1974. Sonny skied into a tree January 5th, 1998. He died. Cher cried.
1973 - The voice of MR. ED, cowboy actor Allan "Rocky" Lane, died at age 69.
1973 - "Midnight Train To Georgia", by GLADYS KNIGHT & THE PIPS, hit #1 on the pop singles chart!!!
1975 - BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN got a huge career boost from being featured on the covers of both "Time" and "Newsweek" magazines. Ironically, both magazines used his picture to illustrate the power of the media to "create a star."
1988 - LARRY FLYNT paid a hitman $1 MILLION TO KILL HUGH HEFNER, BOB GUCCIONE and FRANK SINATRA.
1990 - "Black Cat", by JANET JACKSON, hit #1 on the pop singles chart.
1991 - The first PLANET HOLLYWOOD opened.
1991 - The first U.S. DEATH resulting from BUNGEE-JUMPING occurred in Perris, California. Hal Mark Irish, jumping from a hot-air balloon, plummeted over 60 feet to his death after becoming disconnected from his bungee cord.
1991 - Country music star LORRIE MORGAN married one Brad Thompson outside Nashville, Tennessee. The two met when Lorrie toured with CLINT BLACK and MERLE HAGGARD in 1990 . . . Brad was Clint Black's BUS DRIVER!!!
1992 - CHER sued the rich seaside city of Malibu, California, after she was denied in her application to build a new home on a bluff overlooking the beach. Sonny skied into a tree on January 5th, 1998. He died.
1995 - GLORIA ESTEFAN performed for POPE JOHN PAUL THE SECOND as part of a gala celebration of the pontiff's 50 years in the priesthood. She was the first pop star to receive a call from the Pope to perform.
1999 - The NEW YORK YANKEES won their second straight WORLD SERIES, sweeping the ATLANTA BRAVES four games to none.
2005 - NAS joined JAY-Z on stage during Jigga's "I Declare War" concert and finally squashed their long-standing beef.