'Ole Blue Eyes' Frank Sinatra Born On This Date In 1915


Madchen Amick is 52 (“Twin Peaks,” “Dream Lover,” “The Borrower,” “Witches of East End”)

Mayim Bialik is 47 (“The Big Bang Theory,” “Blossom,” “Beaches”)

Chanel Celaya is 31 (“21 Jump Street,” “Unstrung,” “Portend”)

Jennifer Connelly is 52 (“Labyrinth,” “Requiem for a Dream,” “A Beautiful Mind,” “Blood Diamond,” “Noah”) (FAST FACT: She’s been married to Paul Bettany since 2003 – they met in 2001 while working on “A Beautiful Mind”)

Sarah Douglas is 70 (“Superman I and II,” “Conan the Destroyer,” “Falcon Crest”)

Regina Hall is 53 (“Scary Movie” franchise, “Law Abiding Citizen,” “Think Like a Man”)

Wings Hauser is 75 (“Lightning Force,” “Roseanne,” “The Insider”)

Daniel Magder is 31 (“X-Men,” “Life with Derek,” “Angel Eyes”)

Bill Nighy is 73 (“Love Actually,” “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1,” “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest”)

Kate Todd is 35 (“Radio Free Roscoe,” “My Babysitter’s a Vampire,” “The Tracey Fragments”)

Sheree Wilson is 64 (“Dallas,” “Walker, Texas Ranger”)

The late Edward G. Robinson (1893-1973) (“Double Indemnity,” “The Stranger,” “Key Largo”) (FAST FACT: In Hollywood’s Golden Age, he was best known for his roles as a gangster, such as Rico in “Little Caesar,” and as Rocco in “Key Largo.”)


Dickey Betts is 79

Shelia E. is 65

Connie Francis is 85

Former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick is 69

Dionne Warwick is 82

Hank Williams III is 50

The late Frank Sinatra (1915-1998)

The late Joe Williams (1918-1999)


Tennis player Tracy Austin is 60 (FAST FACT: She was the youngest winner of the US Open female singles championship)

The former “Price Is Right” host Bob Barker is 99

Gymnast Cathy Rigby is 70 (FAST FACT: She starred in a production of Peter Pan that was nominated for a Tony Award)

The late founding father John Jay (1745-1829) (According to Encyclopedia Britannica)

The late politician Ed Koch (1924-2013)… he would have been 98 (He served as Mayor of NY and later, starred as the judge on “The People’s Court”)

The late artist Edvard Munch (known for his painting, “The Scream”) (1863-1944)

The late basketball star Randy Smith (1948-2009)… he would have been 74 (FAST FACT: he held a record for playing in 906 straight games from 1972-1982, which was eventually broken)

The late Warner Brothers co-founder Harry Warner (1881-1958)

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