Stevie Wonder Turns 72 Today


Lena Dunham is 36 (“Tiny Furniture,” “Girls”)

Brian Geraghty is 47 (“The Alienist,” ″Boardwalk Empire”)

Harvey Keitel is 83 (“Mean Streets,” “Reservoir Dogs,” “Pulp Fiction”) (FAST FACT: After serving in the Marine Corps, he worked as a court reporter for several years before becoming an actor)

Candice Accola King is 35 (“The Vampire Diaries”)

Samantha Morton is 45 (“Minority Report,” “Jesus' Son,” “Sweet and Lowdown,” “The Walking Dead”)

Robert Pattinson is 36 (“Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire,” “Twilight” series, “Water for Elephants”)

Debby Ryan is 29 (“Suite Life on Deck,” “Wizards of Waverly Place,” “Jessie,” “The Mysteries of Laura,” “Sing It!”)

Tom Verica is 58 ("American Dreams," “How To Get Away With Murder”)

Zoe Wanamaker is 73 (“Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”)

The late Bea Arthur (1922 – 2009)…she would have been 100 (“Maude,” “The Golden Girls”) (FAST FACT: Before acting, she was in the U.S. Marine Corps and honorably discharged with the rank of staff sergeant.)


Buckethead is 53 (born Brian Patrick Carroll)

Dawes bassist Wylie Gelber is 34

Alison Goldfrapp is 56

Maroon 5’s Mickey Madden is 43

Pusha T is 45 (his given name, Terrence LeVarr Thornton)

Darius Rucker is 56

Stevie Wonder is 72 (His legal name? Stevland Hardaway Morris)

The late Mary Wells (1943 – 1992)…she would have been 79

The late Lari White (1965 – 2018)…she would have been 57


Director Alan Ball is 65 (“Six Feet Under,” “True Blood,” “Here And Now”)

TV personality Stephen Colbert is 58

NBA star Dennis Rodman is 61 (and BFF of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un)

Legendary baseball manager Bobby Valentine is 72

The late boxing champ Joe Louis (1914 – 1981) (Regarded as one of the best boxers of all-time, he compiled a career record of 66-3 and reigned as the World Heavyweight Champion from 1937 to 1949)

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