Tennis Great Bjorn Borg Celebrates 66th Birthday Today


Aubrey Anderson-Emmons is 15 (“Modern Family”)

Robert Englund is 75 (Freddy Kruger in “A Nightmare on Elm Street”) 

Harvey Fierstein is 70 (“Torch Song Trilogy,” “Bullets Over Broadway,” “Mrs. Doubtfire,” “Independence Day,” “The Year Without a Santa Clause”)

Paul Giamatti is 55 (“Sideways,” “Saving Private Ryan,” “Cinderella Man”)

Jason Isaacs is 59 (“Harry Potter,” “Awake”)

Staci Keanan is 47 (“Step by Step,” “You Again”) (FAST FACT: After retiring from acting in 2010, she went to law school and now practices law in Los Angeles)

Johnny Pacar is 41 (“Make It or Break It”)


Slayer’s Tom Araya is 61 (FAST FACT: He was a respiratory therapist, saving up money to help Slayer release their first album)

Gary US Bonds is 83 (FAST FACT: He changed his name so that it would get confused with government bonds and therefore get more airplay – his actual middle name is Levone.)

Jimmy Jam (The Time) is 63

Uncle Kracker is 48 (born Matthew Shafer)

Korn’s James Shaffer is 52

Somi is 46

Steve Vai is 62


Chicago Bears’ corner back Prince Kelechi Amukamara is 32

Comedienne Sandra Bernhard is 67

Tennis legend Bjorn Borg is 66 (Swedish tennis ace who won Wimbledon five years in a row from 1976 to 1980. He also won the French Open six times in his career, which was a record before Rafael Nadal won his seventh in 2012)

Author Sarah Dessen is 52 (Her popular novels, “Someone Like You” and “That Summer,” became the basis for the 2003 film, “How to Deal,” which starred Mandy Moore.)

WWE Wrestler Drew McIntyre is 37

TV personality Natalie Morales is 50 (FUN FACT: She was born in Taiwan)

Funnyman Colin Quinn is 63

The late American Revolutionary Hero Nathan Hale (1755 -1776) (FAST FACTS: He graduated from Yale in 1773 and was captured and hanged by British forces following his failed espionage mission. His last words were: "I only regret that I have but one life to give for my country.")

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