Famous Birthdays Today- Hall & Oates’ Daryl Hall Is 74

October 11th


  • Matt Bomer is 43 (“White Collar,” “Chuck,” “Magic Mike”)
  • Emily Deschanel is 44 (“Rose Red,” “Cold Mountain,” “Glory Road,” “Bones”)
  • Joan Cusack is 58 (“Sixteen Candles,” Voice of Jesse in “Toy Story 2” and “Toy Story 3,” “Say Anything…,” “Grosse Pointe Blank,” “Shameless”) (FAST FACT: Yes, John Cusack is her brother)
  • Sean Patrick Flannery is 55 (“The Boondock Saints,” “The Young and the Restless”)
  • Bradley James is 37 (“Merlin,” “Fast Girls”)
  • Lennie James is 55 (“Snatch,” “Lockout,” “Colombiana,” “Snatch,” “The Walking Dead,” “Blade Runner 2049”)
  • Jane Krakowski is 52 (“Ally McBeal,” “30 Rock,” “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”)
  • Stephen Moyer is 51 (“88 Minutes,” “The Starter Wife,” “True Blood,” “The Gifted”)
  • Michelle Trachtenberg is 35 (“Inspector Gadget,” “Harriet the Spy,” “Gossip Girl,” “EuroTrip,” “Killing Kennedy”)
  • Constance Zimmer is 50 (“Boston Legal,” Love Bites,” “House of Cards,” “UnREAL,” ‘’Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”)
  • The late Luke Perry(1966 – 2019)...he would have been 54(“Beverly Hills 90210,” “Jeremiah,” “Riverdale”)


  • Cardi B 28 (her mama knows her as Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar)
  • Hall & Oates’ Daryl Hall is 74 (FAST FACT: He was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2004)
  • Gin Blossoms’ Scott Johnson is 58
  • MC Lyte is 50 (born Lana Michelle Moorer)
  • Cobra Starship’s Gabe Saporta is 41
  • Earth, Wind & Fire’s Andrew Woolfolk is 70


  • Retired Quarterback Steve Young is 59 (FAST FACTS: In 1999, he was ranked No. 63 on “The Sporting News’” list of the 100 Greatest Football Players. Young was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on February 5, 2005; he was the first left-handed quarterback to be so honored.)
  • Duck Dynasty’s John Luke Robertson is 25 (The eldest son of Willie and Korie)
  • The late Eleanor Roosevelt(1884-1962)(FAST FACT: She was the longest serving First Lady in US history, having served from March 1933 to April 1945.)
  • The late founder of the YMCA, George Williams(1821-1905)

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