Clevelander Bob Hope Born On This Date In 1903


Annette Bening is 64 (“The Grifters,” “Bugsy,” “American Beauty,” “In Dreams”) (FAST FACT: She married infamous Hollywood bachelor Warren Beatty in 1992)

Tracey E. Bregman is 59 (“The Young & The Restless”)

Laverne Cox is 50 (“Orange is the New Black,” “The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again,” “Doubt”)

Rupert Everett is 63 (“My Best Friend's Wedding,” “The Next Best Thing,” “An Ideal Husband”)

Anthony Geary is 75 (“General Hospital’s” Luke)

Riley Keough is 33 (“The Runaways,” “Magic Mike,” “The Good Doctor”) (FAST FACT: She’s the daughter of Lisa Marie Presley and first husband Danny Keough…mama Lisa Marie is in the midst of her fourth divorce)

Adrian Paul is 63 (“The Colbys,” “Highlander”)

Lisa Whelchel is 59 (Blair on “Facts of Life”)

The late Bob Hope (1903 – 2003) (A Legendary vaudeville comedian, radio personality, and actor, he entertained military personnel in 57 USO tours between 1942 and 1988. He also hosted The Academy Awards fourteen times, and appeared in over 70 films and shorts.)


Spice Girl Mel B (aka Melanie Janine Brown) is 47

Oingo Boingo frontman and composer Danny Elfman is 69 (FAST FACTS: He often collaborates with director Tim Burton and he’s been married to actress Bridget Fonda since 2003)

Melissa Etheridge is 61

Noel Gallagher is 55

LaToya Jackson is 66

Rebbie Jackson is 72


NBA champ Carmelo Anthony is 38

Celebrity spouse (and sometime actor) David Burtka is 47 (He’s married to Neil Patrick Harris)

Attempted assassin John Hinckley Jr. (He tried to kill President Ronald Reagan “for” Jodie Foster) is 67

Comedian Daniel Tosh is 47

The late Founding Father Patrick Henry (1736 – 1799) (FAST FACTS: S. Founding Father who served as post-colonial Governor of Virginia and famously said "Give me liberty or give me death!")

The late 35th President John F. Kennedy (FAST FACTS: His presidency was remembered for the Bay of Pigs Invasion, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. He loved swimming in the White House pool during his time in office, often taking laps twice a day as it helped soothe his many physical problems.) (1917 – 1963)

The late four-time winner of the Indy 500 Al Unser (1939 – 2021) …he would have been 83

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