Famous Birthdays Today- Busta Rhymes Is 48

May 20th


  • John Billingsley is 60 (Dr. Phlox on "Star Trek: Enterprise," “The Man From Earth,” “True Blood” coroner Mike Spencer)
  • Dean Butler is 64 ("Little House on the Prairie")
  • Mindy Cohn is 54 ("The Facts of Life," voice of Velma on “Scooby Doo”) (FAST FACT: She was discovered in high school by actress Charlotte Rae and the “Facts of Life” producers while they were conducting research for the show.)
  • Jack Gleeson is 28 (“Game of Thrones”) (FAST FACTS: Now out of acting, he founded and became the artistic director of the Collapsing Horse Theatre Company in Dublin, Ireland)
  • Tony Goldwyn is 60 (“Ghost,” “The Pelican Brief,” “Kiss The Girls,” “The Last Samurai,” “Scandal”)
  • Michaela McManus is 37 (“One Tree Hill,” “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “Aquarius”)
  • Timothy Olyphant is 52 (“Live Free or Die Hard,” “Deadwood,” “Hitman,” “Justified,” “The Grinder,” “Santa Clarita Diet”)
  • Bronson Pinchot is 61 (“Perfect Strangers,” “Risky Business,” “Beverly Hills Cop,” “First Wives Club,” “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman”)
  • Dave Thomas is 71 ("SCTV," one of the “McKenzie Brothers”) (FAST FACTS: he directed John Travolta in the 1989 comedy “The Experts” while he worked with Paramount.)
  • The late Jimmy Stewart(1908 – 1997)(“The Philadelphia Story,” “It's A Wonderful Life,” “Rear Window,” “ Vertigo,” “The Man Who Knew Too Much”) (FAST FACTS: there is aJimmy Stewart Museumin Indiana, Pennsylvania, his hometown. The establishment commemorates Stewart’s greatest accomplishments in film, radio, TV, military, and just being a world citizen.) 


  • Cher is 74
  • 3LW’s Naturi Naughton is 36
  • Jon Pardi is 35
  • Rachel Platten is 39
  • Busta Rhymes is 48 (FAST FACTS: Born Trevor George Smith Jr., he went to high school with Jay-Z, DMX, and The Notorious B.I.G. …that high school must’ve been doing something right!)
  • Semisonic’s Dan Wilson is 59
  • Jane Wiedlin is 62
  • The late Joe Cocker(1944 – 2014) …he would have been 76


  • TV personality Ted Allen is 55 (“Queer Eye for The Straight Guy,” “Chopped”)
  • The late entrepreneur Emile Berliner (FAST FACTS: He transferred music from Edison's cylinders onto flat spinning discs to create the gramophone)(1851 – 1929)
  • The late comedian George Gobel (FAST FACTS: he starred in his own weekly NBC television show, “The George Gobel Show” that ran from 1954 to 1960) (1919 – 1991)
  • The late first lady Dolley Madison (FAST FACTS: She was wife to James Madison who served as President of the United States from 1809 to 1817.)(1768 – 1849)

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