'South Park's' Matt Stone Celebrates 52nd Birthday Today


Helena Bonham-Carter is 57 ( “Fight Club,” “The King's Speech”)

Brandi Cyrus is 36 (“Hannah Montana,” “The Queue”) (FAST FACT: She’s Miley Cyrus’ half-sister – they share mom Tish Cyrus)

Genie Francis is 61 (“General Hospital,” “Young and the Restless”) (FAST FACT: Married Jonathan Frakes in 1988; they have two children together)

Pam Grier is 74 (“Foxy Brown,” “Jackie Brown”)

Doug Hutchinson is 63 (“Batman and Robin,” “The Green Mile”) (FAST FACT: In the move that effectively ended his acting career, Hutchinson married then-16-year old Courtney Stodden in May 2011. The couple announced plans to divorce in November 2013, but announced the following August that they were giving it another go. In January 2017, they announced it’s over – though they’re still living together…she ultimately moved out in February 2018 – and in with a new boyfriend. The divorce was finalized in 2020)

Phillip Michael Thomas is 74 (“Miami Vice”)

The late James Arness (1923 – 2011) (“Gunsmoke”)

The late John Wayne (1907 – 1979) (“Sands of Iwo Jima,” “True Grit”) (FAST FACT: He’s ranked 13 on AFI's list of Greatest Male Screen Legends of All Time – Humphrey Bogart was ranked number 1.) 


Jaheim is 45

Lenny Kravitz is 59

Stevie Nicks is 75

BlackHawk’s Dave Robbins is 64

Hank Williams, Jr. is 74

The late Miles Davis (1926 – 1991)…he would have been 97

The late Levon Helm (1940 – 2012)…he would have been 83 


Pseudo-celeb/reality star Scott Disick is 40 (“Keeping Up With The Kardashians”)

Funnyman Bobcat Goldthwait is 61

Screenwriter/director/animator (and sometime actor) Matt Stone is 52 (“South Park”)

The late euthanasia activist Jack Kevorkian (1928 – 2011)…he would have been 95

The late astronaut Sally Ride (1951 – 2012)…she would have been 72 (FAST FACTS: An American astronaut and physicist, she joined NASA in 1978 and became the first American woman to enter low earth orbit. She flew two missions aboard the Challenger shuttle: STS-7 and STS-41-G. After her death, Ride’s obituary revealed that she was survived by Tam O'Shaughnessy, her partner of 27 years was. O'Shaughnessy was also a science writer and, later, the co-founder of Sally Ride Science – and now serves as the Chief Executive Officer and Chair of the Board of the company. Before Ride passed, the couple wrote six acclaimed children's science books together. Their relationship was revealed by the company and confirmed by her sister, who said she chose to keep her personal life private, including her sickness and treatments. She is the first known LGBT astronaut)

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