Famous Birthdays Today- Lisa Bonet Is 52

November 16th


  • Lisa Bonet is 52 (“The Cosby Show,” “A Different World,” “Angel Heart,” “Road To Paloma”)
  • Kimberly J. Brown is 35 (“Halloweentown,” “Guiding Light”)
  • Tricia Cast is 53 (“The Bad News Bears,” “Santa Barbara,” “The Young and the Restless”)
  • Pete Davidson is 26 (“Saturday Night Live,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “Trainwreck”)
  • Brooke Elliott is 45 (“Drop Dead Diva”)
  • Clu Gulager is 91 (“The Virginian,” “The Return of the Living Dead,” “The Tall Man,” “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman”)
  • Maggie Gyllenhaal is 42 (“The Dark Knight,” “Crazy Heart,” “Donnie Darko”)
  • Marg Helgenberger is 61 (“China Beach,” “Erin Brockovich,” “CSI”) (FAST FACT: She began work as a weather girl in Nebraska)
  • David Leisure is 69 (“Airplane!,” “Empty Nest,” “10 Things I Hate About You”)
  • Harry Lennix is 55 (“Man of Steel,” “Ray,” “The Matrix Revolutions,” “The Blacklist”)
  • Martha Plimpton is 49 (“The Goonies,” “Parenthood,” “Raising Hope,” “The Real O’Neals”)
  • Missi Pyle is 47 (“The Artist,” “Big Fish,” “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” “Gone Girl”)
  • Miguel Sandoval is 68 (“Medium,” “Jurassic Park,” “Blow,” “Murder One”)
  • The late Burgess Meredith(1907-1997)(“Rocky,” “Twilight Zone,” “Batman,” “Of Mice and Men,” “Grumpier Old Men”)
  • The late George O. Petrie(1912-1997)(“The Honeymooners,” “Dallas”) 


  • Color Me Badd’s Bryan Abrams is 50
  • Trick Pony’s Keith Burns is 56
  • The Wanted’s Siva Kaneswaran is 31
  • Diana Krall is 55
  • Velvet Revolver’s Dave Kushner is 53
  • Rammstein’s Christian Lorenz is 53
  • The Stone Roses’ bassist Mani is 57
  • O-Town’s Trevor Penick is 40 


  • Reality TV star/author Brandi Glanville is 47 (“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” “Celebrity Apprentice,” “Famously Single,” “My Kitchen Rules”)
  • Sportscaster Mark Jones is 58
  • NASCAR legend Terry Labonte is 63
  • Nintendo video game designer Shigeru Miyamoto (creator of Mario, Donkey Kong, The Legend of Zelda, and Star Fox) is 67
  • The late voice actor Daws Butler (voiced Yogi Bear, Cap’n Crunch, “The Jetsons”)(1916-1988)
  • The late theater director George S. Kaufman(1889-1961)(“Guys and Dolls,” “Of Thee I Sing”)

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