Famous Birthdays Today- Carmen Electra Is 48

April 20th


  • Carmen Electra is 48 (“Baywatch,” “Good Burger,” “Starsky & Hutch,” “American Vampire,” “Scary Movie, Date Movie,” “Epic Movie,” “Meet the Spartans, “Disaster Movie”) (FAST FACT: Born Tara Leigh Patrick, she started her professional career as a dancer, while working at the Kings Island amusement park. And by the way? She’s tiny – just 5-feet, 3-inches tall.)
  • Crispin Glover is 56 (“Back to the Future,” “River's Edge,” David Lynch's “Wild at Heart” “The Doors,” “Charlie's Angels,” “Alice in Wonderland,” “Hot Tub Time Machine,” “Epic Movie,” “Texas Rising)
  • Jessica Lange is 71 (“King Kong,” “All That Jazz,” “Tootsie,” “Frances, “ Country,” “Sweet Dreams,” “Blue Sky,” “American Horror Story,” “Feud”) (FAST FACT: Among her achievements are two Academy Awards, one Tony Award, three Emmy Awards, five Golden Globe Awards, one Screen Actors Guild Award, and three Dorian Awards. In 2016, Lange became the twenty-second thespian in history to achieve the Triple Crown of Acting.)
  • Joey Lawrence is 44 (“Gimme A Break,” “Blossom,” “Brotherly Love,” “American Dream,” “Melissa & Joey”) (FAST FACTS: When he was five he performed a song on “The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson.” In 2006, Lawrence appeared on ABC's “Dancing with the Stars.” Paired with professional dancer Edyta Śliwińska, he placed third.)
  • Billy Magnussen is 35 (“The East,” “Into the Woods,” “American Crime Story”)
  • Shemar Moore is 50 (“The Young and the Restless,” “Birds of Prey,” “Diary of a Mad Black Woman” “Criminal Minds,” “S.W.A.T.”)
  • Ryan O’ Neal is 79 (“Peyton Place,” “Love Story,” “Paper Moon,” “Barry Lyndon,” “A Bridge Too Far,” “Bones”)
  • George Takei is 83 (“Star Trek” series)
  • The late Bruce Cabot(1904 - 1972)(1933’s “King Kong, the 1936 version of “Last of the Mohicans,” “ Fury,” “Dodge City,” "Wayne's Regulars,” “Angel and the Badman. Diamonds Are Forever”) 


  • Grand Funk Railroad’s Craig Frost is 72
  • Wade Hayes is 51
  • Killer Mike is 45 (born Michael Render)
  • Stephen Marley is 48 (Son of reggae icon Bob Marley)
  • Dream Theater drummer Mike Portnoy is 53
  • The late bandleader Lionel Hampton(1908 - 2002)(FAST FACTS: He was inducted into the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame in 1992, and was awarded the National Medal of Arts in 1996.)
  • The late Luther Vandross(1951 - 2005)…he would have been 69


  • Model Miranda Kerr is 37 (FAST FACTS: Se became the first Australian Victoria’s Secret Angel in 2007, and welcome son Flynn Christopher Bloom in 2011. She shares the child with ex Orlando Bloom)
  • Baseball Star Don Mattingly is 59 (Mattingly was named to the American League All-Star team six times. He won nine Gold Glove Awards, three Silver Slugger Awards, the 1984 AL batting title, and was the 1985 AL Most Valuable Player. Mattingly served as captain of the Yankees from 1991 through 1995, when he retired as a player.)
  • The late steam engine inventor Charles Gordon Curtis(1860-1953)(An engineer, inventor and patent attorney, he’s best known as the developer of the eponymous Curtis steam turbine.)
  • The late German Nazi leader Adolf Hitler(1889-1945)
  • The late Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens(1920 – 2019)...he would have been 100(FAST FACT: At the time of his retirement, he was the oldest justice then serving, the second-oldest serving justice in the history of the Court, and the third- longest serving Supreme Court Justice in history.)

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