April 13 "BORN TODAY" \tLee Newton (1985) - Actress, Comedian and Web personality \tNell Marie "Nellie" McKay\u00a0(1982) - British-American singer, Songwriter, Actress, and Former Stand-up Comedian \tCourtney Peldon (1981) - Actress \tKelli Giddish (1980) \tKyle Howard (1978) \tLou Bega (born David Lubega) - (1975) - Most famous for "Mambo No. 5" \tAaron Lewis (1972) - Musician \tJonathan Brandis (1976) - Actor ("seaQuest DSV") \tRick Schroder (1970) - Actor ("Silver Spoons", "NYPD Blue") (Featured Above) \tCaroline Rhea (1964) - Actress, Comedian \tPage Hannah (1964) - Actress \tHillel Slovak (1962) - Musician (Red Hot Chili Peppers) \tSaundra Santiago (1957) - Actress ("Miami Vice") \tGary Kroeger (1957) - Actor \tJimmy Destri (1954) - Musician (Blondie) \tMax Weinberg (1951) - Musician (E Street Band) \tPeabo Bryson (1951) \tRon PerlmanRon Perlman (1950) - Actor ("Beauty and the Beast" series) \tWilliam Sadler (1950) - American Film And Television Actor \tAl Green (1946) - Singer, songwriter \tTony Dow (1945) - Actor ("Leave it to Beaver") \tPaul Sorvino - (1939) - American actor, opera singer, businessman, writer, and sculptor ("Goodfellas", "Law and Order" and "Dick Tracy") \tEdward Fox (1937) - Actor ("The Big Sleep", "Portrait of a Lady") \tDon Adams (Donald James Yarmy) \u00a0- (1923 \u2013 RIP 2005) -\u00a0Actor ("Get Smart") \tStanley Donen\u00a0- (1924) \tJules Irving (Julius Israel) - (1925 - RIP 1979) was an American actor, director, educator, and producer \tHarry Clifford Keel - (1919 \u2013 RIP 2004) -\u00a0Actor ("Dallas"), Singer \tButch Cassidy (Robert LeRoy Parker) (1866) - American train robber, bank robber and leader of the Wild Bunch Gang \tFrank W. Woolworth (1852) - Merchant, created the five and ten cent store, head of F.W. Woolworth & Co. "DIED TODAY" \tLarry Parks (December 13, 1914 - RIP 1975) \tStephen Stucker (July 2, 1947 -\u00a0RIP 1986) \tDorothy Frooks (February 12, 1896 -\u00a0RIP 1997) "MOVIES TODAY" \t1984 - Friday The 13th: The FInal Chapter is a slasher film and the last film of the Friday the 13th series franchise. It was released on this day and was directed by Joseph Zito. https:\/\/youtu.be\/zkuA6C7So6k \t1984 - Phar Lap (also released as Phar Lap: Heart of a Nation) is a film about the racehorse Phar Lap. The film starred Tom Burlinson and was written by famous Australian playwright David Williamson. \t1984 - Swing Shift is a drama and romantic war film directed by Jonathan Demme. It stars Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell set in the World War II era. https:\/\/youtu.be\/tBtLl9jjfMg \t1990 - Crazy People is a comedy film starring Dudley Moore and Daryl Hannah. It was directed by Tony Bill. "MUSIC TODAY" \t1967 - The Rolling Stones performed their first concert behind the Iron Curtain at the Palace of Culture in Warsaw, Poland. \t1969 - Diana Ross appeared solo on Dinah Shore's NBC-TV special "Like Hep". \t1970 - Led Zeppelin became the first band to sell out the Montreal Forum. \t1980 - The Broadway musical "Grease" closed after 3,883 performances. \t1985 - The single "We Are the World" hit #1 in the U.S. https:\/\/youtu.be\/rZ26DMkMFks \t1994 - Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley announced that they were separating. \t1999 - VH1 debuted their Internet radio station called VH1 at Work. The first webcast was the "Divas Live" concert. "TV\/RADIO TODAY" \t1925 - WGN became the first radio station to broadcast a regular season major league baseball game. The Cubs beat the Pirates 8-2. \t1956 - KETA channel 13 in Oklahoma City, OK (PBS) begins broadcasting \t1964 - 36th Academy Awards hosted - "Tom Jones", Best Film, Sidney Poitier & Patricia Neal win Best Actor\/Actress https:\/\/youtu.be\/C0DDuzX2bjM \t1967 - The final "Where the Action Is" aired on ABC-TV. \t1969 - The "33 1\/3 Revolutions Per Monkee" TV special aired on NBC. https:\/\/youtu.be\/5gzmxI6oisg \t1980 - Gary Numan released "The Touring Principle," a 45-minute concert video. It was the first commercially available home rock videocassette. \t1990 - The final episode of Pat Sajak's late night TV show aired on CBS. https:\/\/youtu.be\/OcGNaY6i0pU \t1985 - "The Grand Ole Opry" debuted on television. "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS..." \t1933 - The first flight over Mount Everest was completed by Lord Clydesdale. \t1943 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt dedicated the Jefferson Memorial. \t1949 - Philip S. Hench and associates announced that cortizone was an effective treatment for rheumatoid arthritis. \t1954 - Hank Aaron debuted with the Milwaukee Braves. \t1960 - The first navigational satellite was launched into Earth's orbit. \t1961 - The U.N. General Assembly condemned South Africa due to apartheid. \t1964 - Sidney Poitier became the first black to win an Oscar for best actor. It was for his role in the movie "Lilies of the Field." https:\/\/youtu.be\/rdp8-6ybBdE \t1970 - An oxygen tank exploded on Apollo 13, preventing a planned moon landing. \t1972 - The first strike in the history of major league baseball ended. Players had walked off the field 13 days earlier. \t1976 - The U.S. Federal Reserve introduced $2 bicentennial notes. \t1979 - The world's longest doubles ping-pong match ended after 101 hours. \t1997 - Tiger Woods became the youngest person to win the Masters Tournament at the age of 21. He also set a record when he finished at 18 under par. \t1998 - Dolly, the world's first cloned sheep, gave natural birth to a healthy baby lamb.