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Deadly Nepal Quake Devastates Vast Region: Photos: Saturday's earthquake that hit Nepal has caused widespread ...
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Actress Renee Zellweger (Shake, Rattle & Rock) is 46. Fox TV sportscaster Joe Buck is 46. Happy #Birthday!
Keyboardist Michael Brown of The Left Banke is 66. Actor Hank Azaria (The Simpsons, Ray Donovan, Huff, Mad About You) is 51.
Bassist Stu Cook of Creedence Clearwater Revival is 70. Singer Bjorn Ulvaeus of ABBA is 70. Actress Talia Shire (Godfather Saga) is 69.
Producer/director/actor Paul Mazursky (Curb Your Enthusiasm, Once & Again) is 85. Actor Al Pacino (Godfather Saga, Angels in America) is 75.
In 2010, actress Dorothy Provine, who starred in early TV’s The Roaring 20′s & The Alaskans, died of emphysema at the age of 75.
In 2009, actress Bea Arthur, who won Emmys for the TV sitcoms Maude & The Golden Girls, lost her battle with cancer at age 86.
In 2008, at an awards ceremony, singer Phil Collins announced his retirement, at age 57, from recording and touring.
Also in 2007, U2′s Bono appeared on FOX-TV’s American Idol during the second night of the program’s two-part “Idol Gives Back” special.
In 2007, singer Bobby “Boris” Pickett, the one-hit wonder with 1962′s ‘Monster Mash,’ died of leukemia at age 69.
In 2004, Billy Joel drove his car into a home on Long Island, New York. It was his third MVA in two years. This time no one was injured.
In 2003, Irish singer/songwriter Sinead O’Connor announced on her website that she was going to retire, aged just 26.
In 1999, Paul Simon was at Yankee Stadium to sing “Mrs. Robinson” on “Joe DiMaggio Day.”
Also in 1994, fourteen years after their breakup The Eagles got back together at Warner Bros. Burbank Studios for the first of two shows.
In 1994, David Langton, who played Richard Bellamy, the head of the household on Upstairs Downstairs, had a fatal heart attack at age 82.
Still in 1992, the final episodes of the sitcoms “Growing Pains” and “Who’s the Boss?” aired on ABC TV.