Famous Birthdays Today- President Donald Trump Is 74

June 14th


  • Yasmine Bleeth is 52 (“Baywatch”) (FAST FACTS: After a bumpy personal road, shere-emerged in January 2015is now a breast cancer research advocate)
  • Regan Burns is 52 (“Reno 911,” “The Best Man?”)
  • Marla Gibbs is 89 (“The Jeffersons,” “227,” “Meteor Man,” “Madea’s Witness Protection,” “The Hughleys,” “The First Family”)
  • R. Martinez is 37 (“All My Children,” “SAF3”) (FAST FACT: The winner of Season 13 of ABC's “Dancing with the Stars,” Martinez sustained severe burns to over 34% of his body in 2003 while serving as an Army infantryman in Iraq. Since his recovery, he has traveled around the country speaking about his experiences to corporations, veterans groups, schools, and other organizations.)
  • Ryan McCarten is 27 (“Liv and Maddie,” “The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again”)
  • Kevin McHale is 32 (“Glee,” “Boychoir,” “Virtually Famous”)
  • Dayo Okeniyi is 32 (“The Hunger Games,” “Revolution,” “Terminator Genisys”)
  • Daryl Sabara is 28 (“Spy Kids” series, “Father of the Pride,” “Generator Rex,” “Wizards of Waverly Place,” “The Polar Express,” “Keeping Up with the Steins,” “Halloween”)


  • King Diamond is 64
  • Boy George is 59 (born George Alan O'Dowd)
  • Lucy Hale is 31 (Whose rise to fame came courtesy of TV’s “Pretty Little Liars”)
  • Lang Lang is 38
  • Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson is 29
  • The late Burl Ives(1909-1995)


  • Real Estate developer, entrepreneur and 45thPresident of the United States Donald Trump is 74
  • Tennis champ Steffi Graf is 51 (She was ranked world No. 1 during her career and won 22 Grand Slam singles titles. Her 22 singles titles marks the record for most Major wins by a tennis player – male or female – since the introduction of the Open Era in 1968, and is second all-time behind Margaret Court. In 1988, she became the first and only tennis player – male or female – to achieve the Golden Slam by winning all four Grand Slam singles titles and the Olympic gold medal in the same calendar year, furthermore, she is the only tennis player to have won each Grand Slam event at least 4 times.) (FAST FACT: She’s been married to Andre Agassi since 2001)
  • The late communist revolutionary Che Guevara(1928-1967) …he would have been 92(An Argentine Marxist revolutionary and guerrilla leader, who helped overthrow the Cuban government 1959. Ironically, while some have championed him as a symbol of anti-establishment freedom, Guevara was an ardent racist and homophobe.)
  • The late Harriet Beecher Stowe(1811-1896)(abolitionist and author of “Uncle Tom’s Cabin,”which sold 300-thousand copies in its first year – something unheard of for anti-slavery fiction at that time) (FAST FACT: Her body is buried at Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, under the epitaph “Her Children Rise up and Call Her Blessed.”)

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