SNL Original Cast Member Jane Curtin Turns 75 Today


Dylan Bruno is 51 (“Saving Private Ryan,” “The Rage: Carrie 2,” “Numb3ers,” “NCIS”)

Jane Curtin is 75 (“Saturday Night Live,” “How To Beat The High Cost of Living,” “Coneheads,” “Kate & Allie,” “United We Fall”) (FAST FACT: In 1986, she was included on the list of the "Top Prime Time Actors and Actresses of All Time”)

Idris Elba is 50 (“The Wire,” BBC's “Luther,” “American Gangster,” “Thor,” “Prometheus,” “Pacific Rim,” “Thor: The Dark World,” “Beasts of No Nation”)

Swoosie Kurtz is 78 (“Wildcats,” “Dangerous Liaisons,” “Stanley & Iris,” “Sisters,” Citizen Ruth,” “Liar Liar,” “Huff,” “Pushing Daisies,” “Mike & Molly”).

Anika Noni Rose is 50 (“Dreamgirls,” “For Colored Girls,” “Bag of Bones”)

Rosie Perez is 58 (“Do The Right Thing,” “White Men Can’t Jump,” “Fearless,” “The Take”)

Betsy Russell is 59 (“Private School,” “Tomboy,” “The A Team,” “1st & Ten,” “Saw” series – she played Jigsaw’s ex wife)

Michael Winslow is 64 (“Spaceballs,” “Police Academy” film series – he’s the one that makes awesome mouth noises)

Jo Anne Worley is 85 (“Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In”)


Foxy Brown is 43 (born Inga DeCarlo Fung Marchand)

Mark Chesnutt is 59

David Allan Coe is 83

The Wanted’s Max George is 34

Macy Gray is 55

O.R.E/Noreaga is 45 (born Victor Santiago, Jr.) (that’s according to Wiki)

CeCe Peniston is 53

The Cardigans’ Nina Persson is 48

Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters is 79 


Former New Jersey Governor-turned-TV commentator Chris Christie is 60

Funnyman Jeff Foxworthy is 64

Model Lupita Jones is 55 (FAST FACTS: Born María Guadalupe "Lupita" Jones Garay, in 1991, she became the first-ever Mexican woman to win the Miss Universe title)

Celebrity sister Philippa “Pippa” Middleton (now Matthews) is 39 (FAST FACT: She has gained nothing other that notoriety from her sister’s marriage to Prince William. On the flip side, she’ll be known as Lady Glen Affric should her husband, James Matthews, inherit his father's title, Laird of Glen Affric. And yeah, “just” a title…but still fun, right?)

The late scientist John Dalton (1766 – 1844) (English chemist and physicist who pioneered research in the field of atomic theory. He also studied color blindness and was one of the first to recognize the condition as being hereditary.)

The late biochemist and physiologist John MacLeod (1876 – 1935) (He is known for his work on carbohydrate metabolism and especially with his collaboration with Frederick Banting and Charles Best in the discovery of insulin. For this work on the discovery of insulin, in 1921, Banting and Macleod were jointly awarded the 1923Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine.)

The late civil rights leader Frances “Fanny” Wright (1795-1852) (A 19th century Women's Liberation activist and abolitionist who founded the Nashoba Commune in Tennessee, a utopian community to prepare slaves for emancipation.) 

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