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-born actor David Lewis (Hope Island, John Doe, A Fairly Odd Movie) is 39. Imus in the Morning news anchor Connell McShane is 38.
Actor/director Michael DeLuise (Gilmore Girls, NYPD Blue, SeaQuest 2032) is 46. Model/actress Daniella van Graas (All My Children), is 40.
Actor Sebastian Roché (General Hospital, The Originals, Odyssey 5) is 51. Nova Scotia-born actor James Tupper (Revenge, Men in Trees) is 50.
Actor Billy Bob Thornton (Fargo, The Outsiders, Hearts Afire) is 60. Michael Gelman (Live w/Kelly & Michael, Live w/Regis & Kelly) is 54.
Actor-comedian Richard Belzer (Law & Order: SVU, Homicide) is 71. Singer/bassist Paul Layton (New Seekers) is 68.
Also in 2002, Toby Keith was at No.1 on the Billboard album chart with ‘Unleashed.’
In 2002, Bruce Springsteen scored his fifth UK No.1 album with ‘The Rising’, also No.1 in the US.
In 2000, although not yet 18 years old, LeAnn Rimes was seen barhopping – literally – in Touchstone Pictures’ “Coyote Ugly.”
In 1998, a three-day festival commemorating the 29th anniversary of Woodstock, ‘A Day In The Garden,’ began at the original site.
In 1984, Prince’s “Purple Rain” album went to #1 and stayed there for 24 weeks!
Also in 1980, John Lennon began recording what would turn out to be his final album ‘Double Fantasy’ at The Hit Factory in New York.
In 1980, Magic by Olivia Newton John was the #1 song in the Billboard Hot 100.
In 1978, actor/singer Frank Fontaine died following a heart attack at age 58. He played Crazy Guggenheim on the Jackie Gleason TV show.
In 1976, Roy Thomson, Lord Thomson of Fleet died at age 82.
In 1975, singer Robert Plant and his wife were badly injured on the Isle of Rhodes when he crashed his rental car.
Also in 1974, Columbia Records released Paul Simon‘s soon-to-be-smash hit single “Loves Me Like A Rock.”
In 1974, the No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit was “Feel Like Makin’ Love,” by Roberta Flack.
Still in 1973, Jim Stafford was in Nashville to record what became his biggest hit, “Spiders And Snakes.”
In 1973, Maureen McGovern started a two week run at No.1 on the Billboard singles chart with ‘The Morning After.’
In 1970, The Doors’ Jim Morrison was arrested in West Hollywood for public drunkenness.
In 1968, the two day Newport Pop Festival continued in Southern California. More than 100,000 fans attended.
In 1964, the No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit was “A Hard Day’s Night,” by The Beatles.
In 1962, The Rolling Stones played the first of 22 weekly shows at Ealing Jazz Club in London.