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Broadcast Journalist Anderson Cooper Is 56 Today

Sean Berdy is 30 (“Switched At Birth”) (FAST FACTS: A year before he was nominated for TV Breakout Star at the 2011 Teen Choice Awards, Berdy was crowned Mr. Deaf Teen America)

Lalaine Dupree is 36 (“Lizzie McGuire”)

Suzie Plakson is 65 (“Mad About You,” “How I Met Your Mother”)

James Purefoy is 59 (“Rome,” “The Following”)

Tristan Rogers is 77 (“General Hospital”)

Scott Valentine is 65 (“Family Ties,” “Black Scorpion”)

The late Josephine Baker (1906 - 1975) (FAST FACT: Coretta Scott King asked Baker if she would lead the Civil Rights Movement after Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. She declined the offer to instead, be there for her children).

The late Ellen Corby (1911 – 1999) (Grandma Walton on “The Waltons”)

The late Tony Curtis (1925 - 2010)…he would have been 98 (“Some Like It Hot”, “Spartacus” – he acted in more than 100 films in roles covering a wide range of genres, from light comedy to serious drama. Curtis was the father of actresses Jamie Lee Curtis and Kelly Curtis by his first wife, actress Janet Leigh)

The late Colleen Dewhurst (1924 – 1991)…she would have been 99 (“A Moon for the Misbegotten,” “Anne of Green Gables,” “Murphy Brown”) 


No Mercy’s Ariel and Gabriel Hernandez is 52

Mott the Hoople’s Ian Hunter is 84

Lyfe Jennings is 45

Stereophonics’ Kelly Jones is 49

Slayer’s Kerry King is 59 (FAST FACT: He played a guitar solo on the Beastie Boys’ "No Sleep till Brooklyn.")

Jamie O’Neal is 55

Suzi Quatro is 73

Deniece Williams is 72

The late Curtis Mayfield (1942 – 1999)…he would have been 81

The late Lynyrd Skynrd’s Billy Powell (1952 – 2009)…he would have been 71 


Newsman Anderson Cooper is 56

The late Game show host and author Chuck Barris (1929 – 2017)…he would have been 94 (FAST FACT! He claimed that while he was creating game shows like “The Newlywed Game” and “The Dating Game;” and hosting “The Gong Show,” he was a contract CIA assassin)

The late politician Jefferson Davis (1808-1889) (President of the Confederate States of America from its beginning in 1861 to its collapse in 1865. His 1881 memoir, “The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government,” helped restore his reputation after the war and he is now an icon and symbol of pride for many Southerners. Ironically, he actually argued against secession while he was a Senator from Mississippi.)

The late beatnik poet Allen Ginsberg (1926 – 1997)…he would have been 97 (National Book Award recipient who is best known for “Howl,” a controversial 1956 poetic work. His other notable works include “Reality Sandwiches,” “Iron Horse,” and “White Shroud Poems”)


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