Former 'Dallas' Hottie Charlene Tilton Celebrates Her 64th Birthday Today


Obba Babatunde is 71 (“All My Children,” “One Life to Live,” “The Bold & The Beautiful”)

Golden Brooks is 52 (“Girlfriends,” “Motives,” “Beauty Shop,” “Something New”)

Nestor Carbonell is 55 ("Suddenly Susan," “Lost,” “The Dark Knight,” “The Dark Knight Rises,” “Bates Motel”)

Zoe Kravitz is 34 (“Californication,” “X-Men: First Class,” “No Reservations,” “The Brave One,” “Divergent”) (FAST FACT: Yes, her dad is Lenny Kravitz, her mom – Lisa Bonet)

Charles Michael Davis is 38 (“The Game,” “The Originals”)

Jeremy Northam is 61 (“Gosford Park,” “Emma,” “Amistad,” “Happy, Texas,” “The Tudors”)

Dean O’Gorman is 46 (“The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”)

Jackson Nicoll is 19 (“The Fighter,” “Bad Grandpa”)

Deep Roy is 65 (“Big Fish,” “The NeverEnding Story,” “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” “X-Files,” “Doctor Who”) (That is, if his birthday is December 1st – according to Wiki, he was born on Dec. 1, 1957, but Yahoo! says January 26th, 1949, which would make him 79)

Keith Thibodeaux is 72 (“I Love Lucy’s” Little Ricky”)

Charlene Tilton is 64 (“Happy Days,” “Eight is Enough,” “Dallas”)

Treat Williams is 71 (“Everwood,” “Brothers & Sisters”)

The late Mary Martin (1913 – 1990) (“Leave It To Me!,” “South Pacific,” “Peter Pan”) (FAST FACT: She originated the role of Maria in the Broadway production of “The Sound of Music,” which Julie Andrews later made famous in the film version)


Linkin Park’s Brad Delson is 45

John Densmore is 78

Twenty One Pilots’ Tyler Joseph is 34

Vance Joy is 35 (born James Gabriel Keogh)

Mat Kearney is 44

Bette Midler is 77

Janelle Monae is 37

Kim Richey is 66

Attack Attack!’s Caleb Shomo is 30

The Tractors' Casey Van Beek is 80

The late Lou Rawls (1933 – 2006)…he would have been 89


Director Woody Allen is 87 (“Annie Hall,” “Manhattan”)

Supermodel Carol Alt is 62

Model Chanel Iman is 32

Las Vegas Raiders Wide Receiver Desean Jackson is 36

Comedienne Sarah Silverman is 52

Golfer Lee Trevino is 83 (FAST FACTS: He racked up 89 professional wins, 29 PGA Tour wins and six major championships in his career)

The late comedian Richard Pryor (1940 – 2005)…he would have been 82

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