Actor Alec Baldwin Celebrates 66th Birthday Today


Amanda Bynes is 38 (“The Amanda Show,” “What A Girl Wants”)

Alec Baldwin is 66 (“The Hunt for Red October,” “SNL”)

Eric Braeden is 83 (“Young & The Restless’” Victor Newman)

Jennie Garth is 52 (“90210,” “What I Like About You”)

David Hyde Pierce is 65 (“Frasier,” “The Good Wife”) (FAST FACT: He won four Emmys for his role as Dr. Niles Crane on “Frasier”)

Marsha Mason is 82 (“The Goodbye Girl,” “Stella”) (FAST FACT: She’s been nominated for a Best Actress Oscar four times)

Eddie Murphy is 63 ("Trading Places,” “Beverly Hills Cop”)

Adam Scott is 51 (“The Aviator,” “Parks and Recreation”)

Cobie Smulders is 42 (“The Avengers,” “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”) (FAST FACT: She’s been married to Taran Killam of “SNL” fame since 2012)

Aries Spears is 49 (“MADtv, “Jerry Maguire”)

The late Marlon Brando (1924 – 2004) (“Apocalypse Now,” “On the Waterfront”)

The late Doris Day (1922 – 2019) (“Romance On The High Seas,” “Calamity Jane,” “The Man Who Knew Too Much,” “Pillow Talk,” “The Doris Day Show”) (FAST FACT: President George W. Bush awarded her the Presidential Medal of Freedom for her work on behalf of animal welfare) 


Skid Row’s Sebastian Bach is 56 (FAST FACT: His given name is Sebastian Bierk)

Leona Lewis is 39

Wayne Newton is 82

Tony Orlando is 80

The late Jan Berry of Jan & Dean (1941 – 2004)…he would have been 83

The late Don Gibson (1928 -2003)…he would have been 96

The late Billy Joe Royal (1942 – 2015)…he would have been 82 


Primatologist, ethnologist and anthropologist Jane Goodall is 90 (FAST FACTS: She is a UN Messenger of Peace and she helped found the Nonhuman Rights Project. On her album “Street Angel,” Stevie Nicks pays tribute to Goodall with the track "Jane")

Celebrity daughter (sometime singer and actor) Paris Jackson is 26

The late football star Lyle Alzado (1949 – 1992)…he would have been 75 (FAST FACTS: He died at age forty-three after a battle with brain cancer in 1992)

The late environmental activist Iron Eyes Cody (1904 – 1999) (FAST FACT: He was the crying Indian in the “Keep America Beautiful” conservation ads)

The late game show host Ray Combs (1956 – 1996)…he would have been 68 (FAST FACT: Combs committed suicide by hanging at Glendale Adventist Medical Center where he was being held for observation.)

The late astronaut Virgil Gus Grissom (1926 – 1967)…he would have been 98 (FAST FACT: The second American in space, he later died in the Apollo I fire. He was posthumously awarded a Congressional Space Medal of Honor)

The late author Washington Irving (“The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” “Rip Van Winkle”) (1783 – 1859)

(Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)

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