Famous Birthdays Today- Michael Bolton Is 67

February 26th


  • Mark Dacascos is 56 (“Iron Chef,” “Mortal Kombat,” “The Crow: Stairway to Heaven,” “Hawaii Five-0)
  • Taylor Dooley is 27 (“The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl”)
  • Greg Germann is 62 (“Ally McBeal,” “Quarantine,” “Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby,” “Get Hard,” “Once Upon A Time,” “Grey’s Anatomy”)
  • Chase Masterson is 57 (“Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,” “Yesterday Was A Lie”)
  • Teresa Palmer is 34 (“Bedtime Stories,” “Warm Bodies,” “The Grudge 2,” “Point Break”)
  • The late William Frawley(1887 – 1966)(“I Love Lucy’s” Fred Mertz)
  • The late Jackie Gleason(1916 – 1987)(“The Honeymooners,” “The Hustler,” “The Sting II,” “Smokey and the Bandit” series, “Nothing In Common”) (FAST FACT: He was once a carnival barker.)
  • The late Tony Randall(1920 – 2004)…he would have been 100(“Mister Peepers,” “Pillow Talk,” “The Odd Couple”) 


  • Erykah Badu is 49
  • Michael Bolton is 67
  • Journey’s Jonathan Cain is 70 (FAST FACT! Jonathan is married to controversial televangelist Paula White...who you may also know as President Trump’s spiritual adviser. Among other things, she wants followers to pay her before they pay their bills.CLICK HEREto see for yourself.)
  • Ky-Mani Marley is 44 (FAST FACT: He is the only child of Bob Marley with Anita Belnavis, a Jamaican table tennis champion. All the rest of his Marley sibs have Rita Marley for a mom)
  • Corrine Bailey Rae is 41
  • ’s frontman Nate Reuss is 38
  • The late Johnny Cash(1932 – 2003)…he would have been 88
  • The late Fats Domino is(1928 – 2017)…he would have been92


  • Game show host Tom Kennedy (“You Don't Say!,” “Split Second,” “Name That Tune”) is 93
  • The late "Looney Tunes" animator Fred "Tex" Avery(1908–1980)
  • The late frontiersman William Frederick “Buffalo Bill” Cody(1846–1917)(Yes – he was a real guy! A legend and showman, Buffalo Bill was rumored to have killed over 4,000 buffalo. His show, “Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show,” also featured Annie Oakley)
  • The late author and poet Victor Hugo(1802–1885)(The son of a Napoleonic warrior, he became one of the greatest French writers of all time, penning classics including “Les Miserables” and “The Hunchback of Notre-Dame”)
  • The late Dr. John H. Kellogg(1852–1943)(FAST FACTS: A medical doctor by trade, he hailed from Michigan and ran a sanitarium in Battle Creek. The focus of his facility was using holistic methods – especially nutrition, enemas and exercise – to improve health. Kellogg was an advocate of vegetarianism and is best known for the invention of corn flakes, which he created with his brother, Will Keith Kellogg.)
  • The late businessman Levi Strauss(1829–1902)(A German-American businessman of German Jewish descent who founded the first company to manufacture blue jeans. His firm, Levi Strauss & Co., began in 1853 in San Francisco.)

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