Ron Artest – 30 (NBA lunatic who now plays for the Houston
Rockets. He was the lead idiot in that brawl with fans in Detroit a
few years ago when he was still with the Indiana Pacers.–Classic Ron
Artest story: After his rookie year in the NBA with the Chicago Bulls,
instead of working on his game in the off-season, Ron took a job at
Circuit City . . . to get the EMPLOYEE DISCOUNT!!!) (True.)
Monique Coleman – 29
("Dancing with the Stars" loser who got her big break as Gabriella's
best friend in the "High School Musical" movies. Corbin Bleu's
character would get smooth up in her . . . if Disney characters did
Noah Hathaway – 38 (Boxey, Apollo's annoying kid on "Battlestar Galactica" . . . AND the man-child warrior Atreyu in "The NeverEnding Story".)
Gerard Butler – 40 (King Leonidas in "300", The Phantom in "The Phantom of the Opera" and Dracula in "Dracula 2000".)
Steve Zahn – 42
(Superstar character actor from "Sahara", "Reality Bites", "That Thing
You Do!" and "Saving Silverman". He's also the voice of Runt of the
Litter in "Chicken Little".)
Whoopi Goldberg – 54 She is Fabulous and Fierce (Real name: Caryn Elaine Johnson.)
Jimmy Kimmel – 42 (He may or may not still be nailing Sarah Silverman anytime he wants to. They won't say for sure.)
Vinny Testaverde – 46 (Ancient and broken quarterback for the Carolina Panthers. He just retired in January.)
Neil Flynn – 49 (The janitor on "Scrubs" and Lindsay Lohan's dad in "Mean Girls".)
Chris Noth – 55 (Mr. Big on "Sex and the City".)
Tracy Scoggins – 56
(Minx. "Dynasty", "The Colbys", "Babylon 5" AND "Circus of the Stars
#8, #14 AND #16". Thankfully she's acting again and appeared on
"Nip/Tuck" as another one of Christian's many conquests.)
Frances Conroy – 56 (The mom, Ruth, on "Six Feet Under".)
Joe Mantegna – 62
("Criminal Minds" star who IS the voice of Fat Tony on "The
Simpsons"!!! You'd also remember him as Joey Zasa in "The Godfather:
Garry Marshall – 75
(Brother of Penny Marshall.–He wrote for the "Dick Van Dyke Show" and
"The Lucy Show" . . . produced "The Odd Couple" and "Mork & Mindy"
. . . created "Happy Days" . . . and directed "Pretty Woman", "The
Princess Diaries" AND "Exit to Eden"!!!–P.S.: Did you know that Garry
Marshall's "trademark" is that he uses Hector Elizondo in most all of
his movies? IT'S TRUE!!!)
1789 – BENJAMIN FRANKLIN wrote a
letter to a friend in which he said, "In this world nothing can be said
to be certain, except DEATH AND TAXES."
1940 – WALT DISNEY'S "Fantasia" was
It flopped. It only became a huge hit when it was re-released in 1967
. . . when all the kiddies were smoking CANNABIS.
1942 – President Roosevelt lowered the MINIMUM DRAFT AGE from 21 to 18.
1946 – Skiers at Mount Greylock, Massachusetts, were amazed by inventor Vincent Schaeffer's new creation . . . ARTIFICIAL SNOW.
1956 – THE SUPREME COURT STRUCK DOWN LAWS CALLING FOR RACIAL SEGREGATION ON PUBLIC BUSES.
1961 – "The Lion Sleeps Tonight", by The Tokens, was released.
1971 – THREE DOG NIGHT'S MONSTER JAM "OLD FASHIONED LOVE SONG" WAS RELEASED!!!
19-year-old JERRY LEE LEWIS, JR., the son of JERRY LEE LEWIS, was
killed in a highway accident in Mississippi. Just several days
earlier, he had appeared on TV as a drummer in his dirty daddy's
band.–Eleven years earlier, Jerry Lee Lewis' only other son, Steve
Allen, (–named after the talk show host who put The Killer on national
TV for the first time) drowned in the family swimming pool at age 3.)
1981 – "Time Bandits"
was released!!! You should rent this movie for one very important
reason: It's one of the few times that YOU CAN SEE R2D2 WITHOUT HIS
COSTUME!!!–KENNY BAKER made this between "The Empire Strikes Back" and
"Return of the Jedi" . . . and stars as a midget named Fidgit!!!)
RAY "BOOM BOOM" MANCINI regained his WBA lightweight title by knocking
out Duk Koo Kim in the 14th round. Kim, knocked unconscious, was
rushed to the hospital . . . where he DIED four days later.
1991 – DISNEY'S "Beauty
& The Beast" was released. It was the first animated feature EVER
nominated for a Best Picture Oscar. (–It "only" won Best Song and
Best Original Score.)
1992 – ELTON JOHN
performed in Mexico for the first time. He performed his first Mexican
concert in front of 90,000 Mexicans in Mexico City. –Later that
night, he became the first man to attend a donkey show . . . FOR THE
DONKEY–No, YOU STFU. You know you were thinkin' it, too!!!)
1993 – For some reason, MICHELLE PFEIFFER married "Boston Legal" genius creator DAVID E. KELLEY. Today is their 15th Anniversary.
1998 – BILL CLINTON agreed to pay PAULA JONES $850,000 to throw out her sexual harassment lawsuit.
2004 – OL' DIRTY BASTARD of the WU TANG CLAN collapsed and died just two days before his 36th birthday.
2005 – WWE rassler EDDIE GUERRERO died of heart problems at the age of 38.