Famous Birthdays Today- TV Personality Sharon Osbourne Is 68

October 9th


  • Scott Bakula is 65 (“Star Trek: Enterprise,” “Quantum Leap,” “Men of a Certain Age,” “Chuck,” “NCIS: New Orleans”)
  • Zachery Ty Bryan is 39 (“Home Improvement,” “Center of the Universe,” “Veronica Mars”)
  • Jodelle Micah Ferland is 26 (Bree Tanner in the “Twilight Saga,” “Silent Film,” “Case 39”)
  • Colin Donnell is 38 (“Arrow,” “The Affair,” “Chicago Med”)
  • John O’Hurley is 66 (“Seinfeld,” “Family Feud,” he’s been the host of Purina’s “National Dog Show” every Thanksgiving since 2002)
  • Brandon Routh is 41 (“Superman Returns,” “Chuck,” “Zack and Miri Make a Porno,” “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World,” “Arrow,” “The Flash,” “Legends of Tomorrow”) (FAST FACT: His first acting appearance was in Christina Aguilera’s music video, “What a Girl Wants”)
  • Tony Shalhoub is 67 (“Monk,” “Wings,” “Men in Black II,” “Galaxy Quest,” “Spy Kids,” “The Man Who Wasn't There,” “1408,” “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”)
  • Randy Spelling is 42 (“Malibu Shores,” “Sunset Beach”) (FACT FACT: Yup, he’s Tori Spelling’s brother…following his turn in 2007’s “Sons of Hollywood,” he pretty well left acting for a career as a life coach)
  • Tyler James Williams is 28 (“Everybody Hates Chris,” “Tyler Perry Presents Peeples,” “The Walking Dead,” “Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders”) (FAST FACT: At age 14 he became the youngest person to win an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series)
  • Robert Wuhl is 69 (“Major League,” "Batman," "Good Morning, Vietnam," “Arliss,” “The Bodyguard,” “Franklin & Bash”)


  • Jackson Browne is 72 (FAST FACT: He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004)
  • J. Harvey is 51
  • Sean Lennon is 45
  • Scotty McCreery is 27 (He won the tenth season of “America Idol”)
  • The Who’s late John Entwistle(1944-2002)…he would have been 76(FAST FACT: He was voted #1 bassist in a 2011 “Rolling Stone” reader poll)
  • The late John Lennon(1940-1980)…he would have been 80


  • Steve Burns is 47 (not just a star and original host, he’s the co-creator of “Blues Clues”)
  • Former British Prime Minister David Cameron is 54 (He took office in 2010 – and at the time, was the nation’s youngest Prime Minister in almost two hundred years. He stepped down after the Brexit vote came – he was against it, the people voted for it)
  • Director Steve McQueen is 51 (“Hunger,” “Shame,” and he won an Oscar for “12 Years a Slave”)
  • TV personality Sharon Osbourne is 68
  • Funnyman Nick Swardson is 44
  • Director Guillermo Del Toro is 56 (“Pan’s Labyrinth,” “Pacific Rim,” “Hellboy”)
  • The late American historian Bruce Catton(1899-1978)(author, and journalist known for his three Civil War-themed trilogies, his book “A Stillness at Appomattox” won the Pulitzer Prize in 1954)
  • The late wrestler Eddie Guerrero(1967-2005)…he would have been53 (popular WWE wrestler whose life was cut short by drugs)
  • The late religious leader Aimee Semple McPherson(1890-1944)(An L.A.-based evangelist who used radio to promote her messages in the 1920s and 30s – she founded the Foursquare Church)
  • The late candy manufacturer Otto Schnering(1891-1953)(He created Baby Ruth candy bars)

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