Sly Stallone Celebrates His 76th Birthday Today


Allyce Beasley is 69 (“Moonlighting,” “Legally Blonde”)

Fred Dryer is 76 (“Hunter” “Death Before Dishonor,” “Land’s End,” “Justice League,” “Crisis,” “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D”)

Grant Goodeve is 70 (“Eight is Enough,” “Dynasty,” “One Life to Live,” “Northern Exposure,” “If Walls Could Talk”)

Eva Green is 42 (“Kingdom of Heaven,” “Casino Royale”)

Shelley Hack is 75 (“Annie Hall,” “Charlie’s Angels,” “Jack and Mike”)

Twin sisters Tia and Tamera Mowry is 44 (“Sister Sister,” “Seventeen Again”) (FAST FACTS: Tia is two minutes younger than her sister, Tamera can currently be seen on “The Real”)

Geoffrey Rush is 71 ("Shine," "Shakespeare In Love," “Quills,” “Pirates of the Caribbean” series, "Elizabeth," “The King’s Speech”) (FAST FACTS: Rush is among the few who have won the "Triple Crown of Acting": the Academy Award, the Primetime Emmy Award, and the Tony Award)

Jennifer Saunders is 64 (“French and Saunders,” “In the Bleak Midwinter,” “Absolutely Fabulous”)

Sylvester Stallone is 76 (“Rocky” series, “Rambo” series, “The Expendables” series, “Creed”)

Burt Ward is 77 (Robin on "Batman") (FAST FACT: He was listed as the world's youngest professional ice skater when he was two-years-old)

The late Ned Beatty (1937 – 2021)…he would have been 84 (“Network,” “Friendly Fire,” “Deliverance,” “Hear My Song,” “Superman,” “The Toy,” “Toy Story 3,” “Charlie Wilson’s War”)

The late Sebastian Cabot (1918-1977) (“Family Affair’s” Mr. French)

The late Janet Leigh (1927-2004)…she would have been 95 (“Psycho,” “Tough of Evil,” “Angels In The Outfield”) (FAST FACT: Jamie Lee Curtis is her daughter by Tony Curtis)

The late Della Reese (1931 – 2017) …she would have been 91 (“Harlem Nights,” “227,” “Touched by an Angel,” “Beauty Show”)


50 Cent is 47 (born Curtis James Jackson III)

Kate Nash is 35

Jeannie Seely is 82

The late Bill Haley (1925-1981)…he would have been 97


Former President George W. Bush (Dubya/aka Bush II) is 76

Sportcaster/TV personality Josh Elliott is 51 (The former ESPN SportsCenter anchor joined “Good Morning America” in 2011. In 2014, he left ABC to join NBC Sports. In March 2016, he became the lead anchor for CBSN and left there in February 2017).

Comedian (and sometime actor) Kevin Hart is 43 (FAST FACT: His “Laugh At My Pain” album went 5x platinum in June 2012)

Religious and World leader Dalai Lama is 87 (Spiritual leader of Tibet who travels the world talking about the importance of compassion as the source of a happy life. He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989 for his advocacy of peace in Tibet and all around the world)

The late former First Lady Nancy Reagan (1921 – 2016)

The late painter Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) (FAST FACTS: Best known for her 55 self-portraits, she was inspired by the indigenous Mexican culture and Mexican mythology. She suffered from polio as a child and developed a slight physical deformity. In her teens, her health was further compromised by severe injuries sustained during a bus accident. She had one gallery showing in the United States: the Julien Levy Gallery in 1938)

The late TV host Merv Griffin and media mogul (1925-2007)…he would have been 97 (From 1965 to 1986 Griffin hosted his own talk show, “The Merv Griffin Show,” created the game shows including “Jeopardy!,” “Wheel of Fortune”)

The late Revolutionary War Hero John Paul Jones (1747 – 1792) (He made many friends and enemies—who accused him of piracy—among America's political elites, and his actions in British waters during the Revolution earned him an international reputation which persists to this day. As such, he is sometimes referred to as the "Father of the American Navy")

The late comedian Pat Paulsen (1927-1997)…he would have been 94

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