'Karate Kid' Hottie Elisabeth Shue Is 59 Today


Rhyon Brown is 30 (“Lincoln Heights,” “Get Rich or Die Tryin’”)

Britt Ekland is 80 (“The Man with the Golden Gun,” “The Double Man,” “Wicker Man”)

Roshon Fegan is 31 (“Shake It Up,” “Camp Rock” franchise)

Ioan Gruffudd is 49 (“Titanic,” “Black Hawk Down,” “Fantastic Four” franchise, “Ringer,” “Forever,” “Liar”)

Amy Jo Johnson is 52 (“Felicity,” “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers”)

Cameron Kennedy is 29 (“My Babysitter’s a Vampire”)

Emily Mortimer is 51 (“The Newsroom,” “Shutter Island”)

Wes Ramsey is 45 (“Charmed,” “Bitter Sweet”)

Lamman Rucker is 51 (“Meet the Browns,” “As The World Turns”)

Elisabeth Shue is 59 (“The Karate Kid,” “Adventures in Babysitting,” “Cocktail,” “Back to the Future Part II,” “Back to the Future Part III,” “Soapdish,” “Leaving Las Vegas,” “The Saint,” “Hollow Man,” “CSI”)

Jeremy Sisto is 48 (“Six Feet Under,” “Thirteen,” “Law & Order,” “Suburgatory,” “The Returned,” “FBI”)

Ellen Travolta is 83 (“Happy Days,” “Joanie Loves Chachi”) (FAST FACT: She is John Travolta’s older sister”)

The late Carole Lombard (1908 - 1942) (“No Man of Her Own,” “Twentieth Century,” “Malice in Wonderland”) (FAST FACT: Her tremendous Hollywood career ended at age 33 when she died in an plane crash.)


Arcade Fire’s Will Butler is 40s

REO Speedwagon’s Kevin Cronin is 71

Los Lobos’ David Hidalgo is 68

Tim Rushlow is 56

Tommy Stinson is 56

Matthew Sweet is 58

Lil Wyte is 40 (born Patrick Lanshaw)

The late Millie Small (1946 – 2020) ...she would have been 76 (FAST FACT: Her success with the cover of The Cadillacs’ “My Boy Lollipop” was significant because it was the first major hit for Island Records)


Author Amanda Brown is 52 (“Legally Blonde,” “School of Fortune”)

Reality TV star and trans activist Jazz Jennings is 22 (“I Am Jazz”)

WNBA champ and ESPN analyst Rebecca Lobo is 49 (FAST FACT: She’s 6-feet, 4-inches tall)

Former NFL Coach/TV Personality Tony Dungy is 67 (FAST FACT: He won Super Bowl XLI as head coach of the Indianapolis Colts)

The late scientist and inventor George Westinghouse (1846 – 1914) (He was an American entrepreneur and engineer who invented air brakes for trains. His development of AC electrical power was also used in some of the early electrical chairs in prison)

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