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Actress Salma Hayek (30 Rock, Ugly Betty) is 48.
Winnipeg-raised actor Keanu Reeves (Life Under Water, Babes in Toyland) is 50.
Sportscaster/former star quarterback Terry Bradshaw (NFL on Fox) is 66.
Also in 2005, actor Bob Denver, forever in our hearts as the hapless Gilligan in 99 TV episodes of Gilligan’s Island, passed at age 70.
In 2001, actor Troy Donahue, who starred in the early TV series Surfside 6 & Hawaiian Eye, suffered a fatal heart attack at age 65.
In 1986, Canadian groupie Cathy Eveyln Smith was sentenced to three years in jail for involuntary manslaughter of John Belushi.
In 1982, Rolling Stones member Keith Richard lost his home in a fire.
In 1980, the No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit was “Upside Down,” by Diana Ross. The song stayed at No. 1 for four weeks, making it her biggest hit.
In 1974, on his Diamond Dogs tour David Bowie played the first of seven sold-out nights at the Universal Amphitheater in Los Angeles.
In 1971, the band manager of The Grateful Dead (below) was arrested after disappearing with over $70,000 of the band’s money.
In 1970, Genesis ran an ad in Britain’s Melody Maker looking for a drummer. 19-year-old Phil Collins was hired… and the rest is history.
In 1969, NBC-TV canceled “Star Trek.” The show had debuted on September 8, 1966, but never became a cult sensation until syndication.
In 1968, The Doors were forced to perform as a trio at a concert in Amsterdam after lead singer Jim Morrison collapsed.
In 1965, the Beatles received a Gold Record for their single “Help!”, from the movie of the same name.
Also in 1964, the Rolling Stones were in Chicago - they recorded “Little Red Rooster,” the only blues number to ever top the UK pop charts.
Also in 1963, the Angels were atop the singles chart with “My Boyfriend’s Back.”
In 1963, “The CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite” expanded from 15 to 30 minutes, network television’s first half-hour nightly newscast.
In 1957, the Everly Brothers released “Wake Up Little Susie,” their first single to top both the Pop and Country charts.
"Good Morning, Vietnam" has been added to @netflix. Such a great Robin Williams film.
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The Everly Brothers Reunion Concert: via @YouTube
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