SNL's Pete Davidson Celebrates 29th Birthday Today


Lisa Bonet is 55 (“The Cosby Show,” “A Different World,” “Angel Heart,” “Road To Paloma”)

Kimberly J. Brown is 38 (“Halloweentown,” “Guiding Light”)

Tricia Cast is 56 (“The Bad News Bears,” “Santa Barbara,” “The Young and the Restless”)

Pete Davidson is 29 (“Saturday Night Live,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “Trainwreck”)

Brooke Elliott is 48 (“Drop Dead Diva”)

Maggie Gyllenhaal is 45 (“The Dark Knight,” “Crazy Heart,” “Donnie Darko”)

Marg Helgenberger is 64 (“China Beach,” “Erin Brockovich,” “CSI,” “CSI: Vegas”) (FAST FACT: She began work as a weather girl in Nebraska)

David Leisure is 72 (“Airplane!,” “Empty Nest,” “10 Things I Hate About You”)

Harry Lennix is 58 (“Man of Steel,” “Ray,” “The Matrix Revolutions,” “The Blacklist”)

Martha Plimpton is 52 (“The Goonies,” “Parenthood,” “Raising Hope,” “The Real O’Neals”)

Missi Pyle is 50 (“The Artist,” “Big Fish,” “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” “Gone Girl”)

Miguel Sandoval is 71 (“Medium,” “Jurassic Park,” “Blow,” “Murder One”)

The late Clu Gulager (1928 – 2022)…he would have been 94 (“The Virginian,” “The Return of the Living Dead,” “The Tall Man,” “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman”)

The late Burgess Meredith (1907-1997) (“Rocky,” “Twilight Zone,” “Batman,” “Of Mice and Men,” “Grumpier Old Men”)

The late George O. Petrie (1912-1997) (“The Honeymooners,” “Dallas”)


Color Me Badd’s Bryan Abrams is 53

Trick Pony’s Keith Burns is 59

The Wanted’s Siva Kaneswaran is 34

Diana Krall is 58

Velvet Revolver’s Dave Kushner is 56

Rammstein’s Christian Lorenz is 56

The Stone Roses’ bassist Mani is 60

O-Town’s Trevor Penick is 43


Reality TV star/author Brandi Glanville is 50 (“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” “Celebrity Apprentice,” “Famously Single,” “My Kitchen Rules”)

Sportscaster Mark Jones is 61

NASCAR legend Terry Labonte is 66

Nintendo video game designer Shigeru Miyamoto (creator of Mario, Donkey Kong, The Legend of Zelda, and Star Fox) is 70

The late voice actor Daws Butler (voiced Yogi Bear, Cap’n Crunch, “The Jetsons”) (1916-1988)

The late theater director George S. Kaufman (1889-1961) (“Guys and Dolls,” “Of Thee I Sing”)

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