"BORN TODAY" \tAllie DiMeco 1992 - Musician and actress (The Naked Brothers Band) \tChris Young 1985 - American musician \tKendra Wilkinson 1985 - Playboy bunny\/Playmate\/Television Personality \tDave Franco 1985 - Actor (21 Jump Street) \tWil Horneff 1979 - Actor (Ghost in the Machine, Sandlot) \tShiloh Strong 1978 - Actor (Maybe This Time, House of Cards) \tRichard Ayoade 1977 -\u00a0Actor, comedian, writer, director, TV presenter (Maurice Moss in The IT Crowd) \tJason Mewes 1974 - Television and film actor, film producer and internet radio show host \tFinesse Mitchell 1972 -\u00a0American actor, author and stand-up comedian (SNL) \tSherry Stringield\u00a01968 - Actress (ER) \tBobby Sheehan 1968 (RIP) - Musician (Blues Traveler) \tFrances O'Commor 1967 - Actress \tCindy Lee Berryhill 1965 - Singer\/songwriter (Baby) \tCathy Tyson 1965 - Actress (Serpant & Rainbow) \tPaula Marshall 1964 - Actress ("Gary Unmarried") \tTim DeKay 1963 - Actor (Party Of Five) \tJohn Enos III 1962 - Actor \tMichael Link 1962 - Actor (Earl-Julia) \tAlly Sheedy, 1962 - Actress (Wargames, Breakfast Club) \tGrandmaster Dee 1962 - Musician (Whodini) \tScott Thompson 1959 - Comedian (Kids in the Hall, Larry Sanders Show) \tJohn Linnell 1959 - Musician (They Might Be Giants) \tJenilee Harrison 1959- Actress (Three's Company) \tMeredith Brooks 1958 - Singer-songwriter and guitarist (known for her 1997 hit song "Bitch") \tRebecca Holden 1958 - American actress and singer (Knight Rider) \tTimothy Busfield 1957 - Actor ("The West Wing," "thirtysomething") \tRocky Burnette 1953 - Rock vocalist (Towing the Line), \tPete Farndon 1952 (RIP) English musician (The Pretenders) \tBun E. Carlos 1951 - Musician (Cheap Trick) \tBrad Delp 1951 - Musician (Boston) \tJohn Wetton 1949 (RIP) - British rock vocalist and bassist (Asia, King Crimson), \tBarry Bailey 1948 - Rocker (Atlanta Rhythm Section) \tJames Naughton 1945 - Actor (Trauma Center) \tMaurice Jackson 1944 - Singer (Independents-Leaving You) \tLinda Foster 1944 - Actress (Doris-Hank) \t Len Barry, 1942 - American rocker (1-2-3-Dovells), \tReg Presley 1941 (RIP) - Musician (The Troggs) \tMarv Albert 1941 - American "Yes!" sportscaster (NBC-TV)\/back biter \tJim Nabors 1930 - Actor, singer ("Gomer Pyle, USMC") \tRichard M. Sherman (87) \tGeorge H.W. Bush (91) \tAnne Frank 1929 (RIP) -\u00a0Diarist and Jewish victim of the Nazi Holocaust (Diary of Anne Frank) \tUta Hagen 1919 - Actress \tSamuel Z. Arkoff 1918 (RIP) - Movie producer (The Amityville Horror) \tPriscilla Lane 1917 - Actress (Arsenic & Old Lace); \tIvan Tors 1916 - TV producer (Sea Hunt, Flipper) \tIrwin Allen 1916 (RIP) - Television and film producer, nicknamed "The Master of Disaster" \tDavid Rockefeller 1915 (RIP) - Banker \tBill Kenny 1914 - Singer (The Bill Kenny Show) \tRussell "Lucky" Hayden 1912 - Actor (Judge Roy Bean) Click "NEXT" to see who left us today and movies released today "DIED TODAY" \tNorma Sheerer (August 10, 1902\u00a0-\u00a0June 12, 1983) \tNicole Brown Simpson (May 19, 1959\u00a0-\u00a0June 12, 1994) \tRon Goldman (July 2, 1968\u00a0-\u00a0June 12, 1994) \tGregory Peck (April 5, 1916 -\u00a0June 12, 2003) \tDon Herbert aka "Mr. Wizard" (July 10, 1917 \u2013 June 12, 2007) \tHenry Hill, Jr. (June 11, 1943 \u2013 June 12, 2012) "MOVIES TODAY" Click on the movie title to watch it\u2019s trailer. \t1963 - Cleopatra \t1968 - Rosemary's Baby \t1968 - Speedway \t1968 - The Sweet Ride \t1972 - The Groundstar Conspiracy \t1981 - Clash of the Titans \t1981 - History of the World, Part 1 \t1981 - Raiders of the Lost Ark\u00a0(Featured Above) \t1987 - Predator \t1987 - The Witches of Eastwick \t1992 - Housesitter \t1998 - Can\u2019t Hardly Wait \t1998 - Dirty Work \t1998 - Six Days, Seven Nights Click "NEXT" to see MUSIC news today "MUSIC TODAY" \t1935 - At age 17, Ella Fitzgerald recorded her first songs. The two songs were "Love and Kisses" and "I'll Chase the Blues Away." \t1959 - The album "Chuck Berry on Top" was released by Chuck Berry. \t1959 - Bo Diddley released "Go Go Bo Diddley." \t1961 - "Travelin' Man" became Ricky Nelson's second #1 song of his career after "Poor Little Fool" \t1964 - The Beatles arrived in Adelaide, Australia and were greeted by an estimated 250,000 fans, (the biggest welcome the band would ever receive), who lined the ten mile route from the airport to the city centre. Temporary member Jimmy Nicol was standing in for Ringo on drums who was recovering from having his tonsils removed. \t1965 - The Beatles were included in the Queen's birthday honors list to each receive the MBE. \t1965 - "Crying In The Chapel" by Elvis Presley spent the fourth week out of seven on the Adult Contemporary chart. \t1965 - The Soundtrack to "Mary Poppins" spent a 10th consecutive week at #1 on the Album chart. \t1965 - The Supremes scored their fifth consecutive US No.1 single (they were the first American group to accomplish this feat), when 'Back In My Arms Again', went to the top of the charts \t1967 - Bob Dylan's album Greatest Hits peaked at No.10 in the US chart. \t1970 - David Bowie released the single 'Memory of a Free Festival', which featured guitarist Mick Ronson and drummer Mick Woodmansey's studio debut with Bowie's band, bringing together the line-up that would shortly record The Man Who Sold the World. \t1971 - "Want Ads" by the Honey Cone was the #1 song, toppling the Rolling Stones' "Brown Sugar". \u00a0 \t1971 - "Rainy Days and Mondays" was #1 for a third week for the Carpenters on the Easy Listening chart. \t1972 - John Lennon and Yoko Ono released "Some Time In New York City." \t1976 - The Wurzels scored their only UK No.1 hit with 'Combine Harvester' the cider-drinking folkies from the West Country had reworked Melanie's hit 'Brand New Key.' \t1976 - "Silly Love Songs" assumed the #1 spot on this date \t1982 - Bruce Springsteen, James Taylor, Jackson Browne, Linda Ronstadt and Gary 'US' Bonds all appeared at a rally for nuclear disarmament in Central Park, New York to over 450,000 fans. \t1982 - Adam Ant was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Goody Two Shoes', his third and last No.1. \t1982 - "Ebony and Ivory" was #1 for a fifth week for Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder on the Adult Contemporary chart. \t1990 - Mariah Carey's self-titled debut album was released in the U.S. \t1993 - UB40 had their third UK No.1 single with ('I Can't Help), Falling In Love With You', a No.1 hit for Elvis Presley in 1962. "TV\/RADIO TODAY" \t1965 - Sonny and Cher performed "I Got You Babe" on "American Bandstand." \t1966 - The Dave Clark Five performed on The Ed Sullivan Show for the 11th time. \t2011 - In the U.S., the switch from analog to digital TV transmission was completed. "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS..." \t1921 - U.S. President Warren Harding urged every young man to attend military training camp. \t1923 - Harry Houdini, while suspended upside down 40 feet above the ground, escaped from a straitjacket. \t1939 - The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum was dedicated in Cooperstown, New York. \t1967 - State laws which prohibited interracial marriages were ruled unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court. \t1972 - With the help of her mother, a barefooted Ronnie Spector left her husband Phil's Beverly Hills mansion for the last time, leaving behind her adopted sons, three-year-old Dont\u00e9 and six-year-old twins, Louis and Gary. Within days she filed for a divorce that would be granted in 1974. \t1981 - Major league baseball players began a 49-day strike. The issue was free-agent compensation \t1985 - Wayne "The Great One" Gretzky was named the winner of the NHL's Hart Trophy. The award is given to the league's Most Valuable Player. photo: oilers.nhl.com \t1987 - U.S. President Reagan publicly challenged Mikhail Gorbachev to tear down the Berlin Wall. \t1989 - Graceland opened the Elvis Presley Autoland Museum, which contains over 20 cars owned by Presley. \t1991 - The Chicago Bulls won their first NBA championship. The Bulls beat the Los Angeles Lakers four games to one. "NATIONAL DAYS" \tNational Jerky Day \tNational Loving Day \tNational Peanut Butter Cookie Day \tNational Red Rose Day Please help us keep our daily "DYRT" (Do You Remember Today) up to date. If you have any additions, subtractions, changes or suggestions, we would appreciate your feedback! Thank you! 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