'Jackass' Star Bam Margera Celebrates 43rd Birthday Today


Brigitte Bardot is 88 (“Contempt,” “Spirits of the Dead,” “...And God Created Woman,” “Viva Maria!”)

Maria Canals-Barrera is 56 (“Wizards of Waverly Place,” “Camp Rock,” “Larry Crowne”)

Peter Cambor is 44 (“NCIS: Los Angeles,” “Notes from the Underbelly,” “Wedding Band”)

Hilary Duff is 35 (“Lizzie McGuire,” “Cadet Kelly,” “Santa Claus Lane,” “Metamorphosis,” “Agent Cody Banks,” “Cheaper by the Dozen,” “A Cinderella Story,” “Cheaper by the Dozen 2,” “Younger”)

Mira Sorvino is 55 (“Mighty Aphrodite,” “Romy and Michele's High School Reunion,” “Norma Jean & Marilyn,” “Mimic,” “Lulu on the Bridge,” “The Replacement Killers,” “Summer of Sam (1999), “Like Dandelion Dust,” “Human Trafficking”

Naomi Watts is 54 (“Brides of Christ,” “Home and Away,” “Flirting,” “Tank Girl,” “Children of the Corn IV: The Gathering,” “King Kong,” “21 Grams,” “The Impossible,” “Mulholland Drive,” “I Heart Huckabees,” “The Ring,” “Birdman”)


Mandy Barnett is 47

Esmée Denters is 34

Little Big Town’s Karen Fairchild is 53

Marilyn Manson drummer Ginger Fish is 57

Young Jeezy is 45 (born Jay Wayne Jenkins)

Luke Mossman (guitarist for Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats) is 44

Imagine Dragons’ Daniel Platzman is 36

Vincent is 40 (born Anne Erin “Annie” Clark)

Melody Thornton is 38

Moon Zappa is 55

The late Ben E. King (1938 – 2015)…he would have been 84


Reality TV star Bam Margera is 43 (“Jackass,” “Viva La Bam”)

Burlesque dancer and model Dita Von Teese is 50 (her given name is Heather Renée Sweet)

The late entrepreneur Thomas Crapper (1836 – 1910) (English plumber who gave the world modern bathroom fixtures, but did not invent the flush toilet. John Harrington is the actual inventor of the flush toilet. And P.S. while his last name became slang for human bodily waste, although the term "crap" was actually of Middle English origin and was once used in an entirely different way.)

The late TV personality Ed Sullivan (1901 – 1974) (He hosted “The Toast of the Town, also known as “The Ed Sullivan Show,” from 1955 to 1971

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