Duchess of York, Sarah “Fergie” Ferguson, is 63


Jere Burns is 68 (“Good Morning, Miami,” “Burn Notice,” “Justified,” “Bates Motel”)

Linda Lavin is 85 (“Alice,” “The Back-Up Plan”)

Bailee Madison is 23 (“Wizards of Waverly Place,” “Just Go With It”)

Vanessa Marcil is 54 (“Beverly Hills, 90210,” “General Hospital,” “Las Vegas”)

Vincent Martella is 30 (“Everybody Hates Chris,” Phineas in “Phineas and Ferb”)

Larry Miller is 69 (“Pretty Woman,” “Max Keeble’s Big Move,” “The Princess Diaries”)

William Brent is 27 (“National Treasure: Book of Secrets,” “Lab Rats,” “You Again”)

Dominic West is 53 (“The Wire,” “The Hour,” “The Awakening,” “The Affair”)

The late Jan Miner (1917-2004) (Manicurist Madge in the Palmolive commercials)

The late Tanya Roberts is 67 (“Charlie’s Angels,” “A View To Kill,” “That ‘70s Show”) (1955 – 2021)…she would have been 66


Eric Benet is 56

Richard Carpenter is 76

Keyshia Cole is 41

Ginuwine is 52 (given name Elgin Baylor Lumpkin)

The Jacksons’ Tito Jackson is 69

Barry McGuire is 87

The Toadies’ Mark Reznicek is 60

Little Big Town’s Kimberly Schlapman is 53

Moby Grape drummer Don Stevenson is 81


Duchess of York, Sarah “Fergie” Ferguson is 63 (FAST FACT: She and ex-husband Prince Andrew – aka the Duke of York – actually live together. And in 2015, the Duchess assumed residence in Verbier, Switzerland, where she and Andrew own a chalet, and maintains a rented apartment in Eaton Square in London as well as a room at Royal Lodge. The status of their ‘actual’ relationship remains unclear.)

Comedienne Cathy Ladman is 67

Celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse is 63

Author Michael Lewis is 62 (“Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game,” “The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game”)

The late director/producer (who will always be ‘Laverne’ to us!) Penny Marshall (1943 – 2018)...she would have been 79 (“Big,” “Awakenings,” “A League of Their Own,” “Riding in Cars with Boys”)

The late philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche (1844 – 1900) (One of the key tenets of his philosophy is the concept of "life-affirmation," which embraces the realities of the world in which we live over the idea of a world beyond. It further champions the creative powers of the individual to strive beyond social, cultural, and moral contexts. Nietzsche's attitude towards religion and morality was marked with atheism, psychologism and historism; he considered them to be human creations loaded with the error of confusing cause and effect.)

The late author Mario Puzo (1920 – 1999) (“The Godfather”)

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