Televangelist Jimmy Swaggart Celebrates 88th Birthday Today


Eva Amurri is 38 (“AmeriQua,” “How I Met Your Mother”) (FAST FACT: Susan Sarandon is her mom)

Judd Hirsch is 88 (“Independence Day,” “A Beautiful Mind”)

Eva Longoria is 48 (“The Young & The Restless,” “Desperate Housewives”)

Kellan Lutz is 38 (“Twilight,” “The Expendables 3”)

Park Overall is 66 (“Biloxi Blues,” “Mississippi Burning”)

Kim Raver is 54 (“24,” “Grey’s Anatomy”) 


Ry Cooder is 76

Linkin Park DJ Joseph Hahn is 46

Blink 182’s Mark Hoppus is 51

Grateful Dead’s Phil Lesh is 83

Beach Boys’ Mike Love is 82

Sananda Maitreya is 61 (formerly Terence Trent D'Arby)

Sugar Ray’s Mark McGrath is 55

The Click Five bassist Ethan Mentzer is 41

Poison’s Brett Michaels is 60 (his given name Bret Michael Sychak)

Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider is 68

Sly Stone is 80

Parmalee’s Matt Thomas is 49 (that’s according to – Wiki doesn’t have an entry)

Young Buck is 42 (born David Darnell Brown) is 48 (his actual name, William Adams) 


Beefy supermodel Fabio is 64 (FAST FACT: Yes, he actually does have a last name: Lanzoni, as in his real name is Fabio Lanzoni)

“Walking Dead” director/special effects genius Gregory Nicotero is 60 (FAST FACT: Nicotero says he became inspired by special effects after watching the film, “Jaws.”)

WWF Wrestler Iron Sheik is 81 (his actual name: Hossein Khosrow Ali Vaziri)

Televangelist Jimmy Swaggart is 88 (FAST FACT: In 1988, Swaggart was outed as patronizing a prostitute. And then, we got one of the best, televised apologies ever. Of course, in 1991 he got busted again...but he has stayed out of trouble ever since)

The late astronaut Alan Bean (1932 – 2018)…he would have been 91 (FAST FACT: Astronaut-turned-painter who became the fourth person to walk on the moon as part of the Apollo 12 mission).

The late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (1933 – 2020)...she would have been 90 (The second female Justice, she was appointed by President Bill Clinton and took the oath of office on August 10, 1993. Before heading to SCOTUS, Ginsberg spent her legal career advocating for women’s rights before taking the bench.)


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