Late 'Animal House' Star Stephen Furst Would Have Turned 68 Today


Stephen Amell is 41 (“Queer As Folk,” “Private Practice,” “Arrow,” “The Flash, “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”)

Matthew Davis is 44 (“Legally Blonde,” “The Vampire Diaries”)

Elyes Gabel is 39 (“Game of Thrones,” “Body of Proof”)

Melissa Gilbert is 58 (“Little House on the Prairie”)

David Keith is 68 (“An Officer and a Gentleman,” “Daredevil,” “Reckless”)

Julia Whelan is 38 (“Once and Again”)

The late Stephen Furst (1954 – 2017)…he would have been 68 (“Animal House,” “The Dream Team,” “Babylon 5”)


Katy B is 33 (known to her mama as Kathleen Anne Brien)

Philip Bailey is 71

Enrique Iglesias is 47

Gary Glitter is 78 (FAST FACT: He had been living in Vietnam since deportation from Cambodia on suspected child sexual abuse charges in 2002. Glitter was deported from Vietnam back to Britain at the end of his sentence in 2012, where he was placed on the Sex Offenders' Register for life. In 2015, the now-reviled pop star was sentenced to 16 years in prison for his hideous crimes.)

Savage Garden’s Darren Hayes is 50

Zebrahead’s Matty Lewis is 47

Blur drummer Dave Rowntree is 58

Toni Tennille is 82

Alex Van Halen is 69

The late Ricky Nelson (1940 – 1985)…he would have been 82


Naturalist Sir David Attenborough is 96 (Also nature documentary producer who created the documentaries “Planet Earth” and “The Life of Birds,” among many others) (FAST FACT: His brother, Richard Attenborough starred in the “Jurassic Park” series)

Director Michel Gondry is 59 (“Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”)

Model Josie Maran is 44

The late comedian Don Rickles (1926-2017)… he would have been 96.

The late boxing champ Sonny Liston (1932 – 1970)…he would have been 90 (FAST FACTS: Former World Heavyweight Champion who learned to fight while in jail. He compiled a career record of 50-4, competing against such boxing legends as Muhammad Ali and Floyd Patterson.)

The late author Peter Benchley (1940 – 2006)…he would have been 82 (“Jaws”)

The late President Harry S. Truman (1884 – 1972) (FAST FACT: The 33rd U.S. President who ascended to office following Franklin D. Roosevelt's death in 1945 and authorized the use of the atomic bomb on Japan)

The late philanthropist William Henry Vanderbilt (1821 – 1885) (FAST FACTS: He inherited nearly $100-million from his father in 1877. The fortune was increased to almost $194-million when he died less than nine years later.)

The late author Phyllis Wheatley (1753 – 1784) (FAST FACTS: The first African American woman to become a published writer, she became famous for her 1773 collection, "Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral." Many found it hard to believe that she wrote the poems ascribed to her, and she had to defend her authorship in court.)

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