Actress Ali MacGraw Turns 85 Today


Jane Adams is 59 (“Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” “Frasier”)

Asa Butterfield is 27 (“Merlin,” “Ender’s Game”)

Don Hastings is 90 (“As the World Turns”)

Sam Huntington is 42 (“Being Human,” “Superman Returns”)

Taran Killam is 42 (“SNL,” “12 Years A Slave”) (FAST FACT: He’s been married to Cobie Smulders since 2012)

Matt Lanter is 41 (“90210,” “Timeless”)

Ali MacGraw is 85 (“The Getaway,” “Convoy”)

Annette O'Toole is 72 (“Stand By Your Man,” “Smallville”)

David Oyelowo is 48 (“Rise of the Planet of the Apes,” “Interstellar”)

Jose Zuniga is 59 (“Mission Impossible: 3,” ″Twilight”)

The late Lon Chaney Sr. (1883 – 1930) (“The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” “Phantom of the Opera”)

The late Gordon Jump (1932 – 2003)…he would have been 92 (“Soap,” “WKRP In Cincinnati”)

The late Debbie Reynolds (1932 – 2016)…she would have been 92 (“Singin' in the Rain,” “It Started with a Kiss,” “The Rat Race”) (FAST FACT: Her dancing was all her own, but her singing in the movies was often dubbed over. She was married to Eddie Fisher who left her for Elizabeth Taylor.)

The late Jane Powell (1929 – 2021) …she would have been 95 (“Royal Wedding,” “A Date with Judy,” “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers”) 


Jefferson Starship’s John Barbata is 79

Susan Boyle is 63

John Butler is 49

Jimmy Cliff is 80

Halestorm drummer Arejay Hale is 39

Kid Ink is 38 (born Brian Todd Collins)

Kip Moore is 44

Lady A’s Hillary Scott is 38

The late Toto drummer Jeff Porcaro (1954 – 1992)…he would have been 70 


Reality TV star Jon Gosselin is 47

TV personality Colby Donaldson is 50 (FAST FACT: He came to fame as the runner-up on “Survivor: The Australian Outback”)

TV personality Rachel Maddow is 51

Wrestler Randy Orton is 44

The late pianist Sergei Rachmaninoff (he was one of the last Romantic artists in Russian classical music) (1873 – 1943)

The late author Edgar Wallace (1875 – 1932) (Born into poverty, he joined the army at age 21 and was a war correspondent during the Second Boer War, for Reuters and the “Daily Mail.” He reportedly wrote 10,000 words a day, and along the way, authored 173 books, 23 plays, hundreds of articles and the screenplay for "King Kong")


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