Tuesday’s Nostalgic News – June 13

Today’s “DYRT” (“Do You Remember Today?”)

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“BORN TODAY”

  • Aaron Taylor-Johnson 1990 – (Kick-Ass films and Avengers: Age of Ultron)
  • Kat Dennings 1986 – Actress (Sex and the City)
  • Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen 1986 – Actresses
  • Chris Evans 1981 – Actor (Captain America, The Avengers, and Fantastic Four)
  • Sarah Schaub 1983 – Actress (The Stand and A Home of Our Own)
  • Ethan Embry 1978 – Actor (Vegas VacationEagle Eye, and Can’t Hardly Wait)
  • Steve-O (Stephen Gilchrist Glover) 1974 – British-American-Canadian stunt performer, comedian, animal-rights activist, and television personality (Wildboyz)
  • Rivers Cuomo 1970 – lead vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter (Weezer).
  • Jamie Walters 1969 – Actor, singer (Beverly Hills, 90210 and The Heights and his number one single “How Do You Talk to an Angel”)
  • David Gray 1968 – Musician
  • Deniece Pearson 1968 – Singer (Five Star)
  • Ally Sheedy 1962 – Actress (Breakfast Club  and St. Elmo’s Fire)
  • Hannah Storm 1962 – Television host
  • Tim Allen 1953 – Comedian, actor (“Home “)
  • Stellan Skarsgard 1951 – Actor (Breaking The Waves and Good Will Hunting)
  • Richard Thomas 1951 – Actor (“The Waltons”)
  • Jonathan Hogan 1951 – Actor (Ryan’s Hope, As the World Turns, and One Life to Live)
  • Dennis Locorriere 1949 – Musician (Dr. Hook)
  • Malcolm McDowell 1943 – Actor (A Clockwork Orange and Caligula)
  • Bobby Freeman 1940 (RIP) – Singer, songwriter, record producer
  • Siegfried (Siegfried Fischbacher) 1939 – Magician (Siegfried & Roy)
  • Christo (Christo Vladimirov Javacheff) 1935 (RIP) – Artist
  • Bob McGrath 1932 – Actor (“Sesame Street”)
  • Paul Lynde 1926 (RIP)- Comedian, Voice Artist and Actor and TV personality (Hollywood Squares)
  • Mary Wickes (Mary Isabelle Wickenhauser) 1916 (RIP) – Actress (The Man Who Came To Dinner,  June Bride, and Who Done It?)
  • Ralph Edwards (Ralph Livingstone Edwards) 1913 (RIP) – Radio and television host, television producer (Truth or Consequences and This Is Your Life

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