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Actress Rhea Perlman (Cheers, Pearl, Kate Brasher) is 67. Guitarist Angus Young of AC/DC is 60. Actor Ewan McGregor ( Solid Geometry) is 44.
Musician Herb Alpert is 80. Actor Christopher Walken (Sarah Plain & Tall, Guiding Light) is 72. Gabe Kaplan (Welcome Back Kotter) is 70.
Actress Shirley Jones (Partridge Family, Shirley, Monarch Cove) is 81. Actor Richard Chamberlain ( Dr. Kildare, Thorn Birds) is 81.
In 2011, Vancouver’s international singing star Michael Bublé married Argentinian actress Luisana Lopilato at a ceremony in Buenos Aires.
In 2009, the Ozzy Osbourne clan returned to TV with the premiere of their FOX variety series Osbournes Reloaded.
In 2003, NBC News fired Peter Arnett after he gave an unauthorized interview with state-run Iraqi TV.
In 2002, Canadian superstar Celine Dion started a four-week run at No.1 on the UK album chart with ‘A New Day Has Come’, Celine’s fifth No.1
In 2001, Whitney Houston and husband Bobby Brown were banned for life from Hollywood’s Bel Air hotel after wrecking their room.
Also in 1995, a former Led Zeppelin fan who called the band’s music “satanic” was arrested for allegedly trying to stab guitarist Jimmy Page
In 1995, Tejano music star Selena was shot to death at a motel in Corpus Christi, Texas by a former president of her fan club.
In 1994, Madonna’s appearance on “Late Show With David Letterman” caused headaches for C-B-S censors.
In 1992, two Bruce Springsteen albums went on sale nationwide. “Human Touch” and “Lucky Town.”
In 1991, former TV actor Danny Bonaduce (currently a radio host at KZOK Seattle) was arrested after hiding from authorities in a closet.
In 1987, the sci-fi TV series “Max Headroom” starring the Ontario-raised Matt Frewer aired the first of its 14 episodes on ABC-TV.
In 1985, a reunion of stars lit up Beverly Hills, California, as ABC-TV celebrated the 200th episode of The Love Boat.
In 1983, M-T-V added Michael Jackson‘s video for “Beat It.” It was the first video M-T-V played by a black artist.
In 1982, after 12 years the Doobie Brothers broke up following a farewell tour. They began a series of reunions five years later.
In 1981, the film Ordinary People won four Academy Awards as Johnny Carson hosted the 53rd Oscar ceremonies.
In 1978, Paul McCartney’s “Wings” released their sixth studio album “London Town.”
In 1975, the No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit was “Lovin’ You” by Minnie Riperton. The recording was produced by Stevie Wonder.
In 1972, the official #Beatles Fan Club in the UK disbanded.
In 1969, George Harrison and his wife Patti were each fined £250 in a Surrey, courtroom, following their guilty pleas to hash possession.
Also in 1967, ABC TV aired the final edition of “Where the Action Is,” a weekday spin-off of “American Bandstand”.
In 1967, at a London concert, Jimi Hendrix set his guitar on fire for the first time.