"BORN TODAY" \tAbigail Breslin (1996) - Actress ("Little Miss Sunshine") \tNick Krause (1992) - Actor ("White Rabbit") \tChris Wood (1988) - Actor ("The Vampire Diaries") \tWin Butler (1980) - Musician, "Arcade Fire" \tSarah Michelle Gellar (1977) - Actress ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer") \tRob McElhenney (1977)\u00a0American Actor, Director, Producer, & Screenwriter ("Always Sunny In Philadelphia") \tGeorgina Chapman (1976) - English Designer & Actress \tAmy Dumas (1975) - Retired Professional Wrestler \tAntwon Tanner (1975) - Actor ("Moesha" & "One Tree Hill") \tDa Brat (1974) - Rapper \tAdrien Brody (1973) - Award Winning Actor ("The Pianist", "Midnight In Paris") \tFaith Salie (1971) - American Journalist, Writer, Actor, Comedian\u00a0& TV\u00a0and Radio Host \tAnthony Michael Hall (1968) - Actor (Movies:"Sixteen Candles", "The Breakfast Club", TV:"The Dead Zone") \tRobert Carlyle (1961) - Scottish Actor \tBrad Garrett ((born Brad H. Gerstenfeld) (1960) - Actor ("Everybody Loves Raymond") \tPeter Capaldi (1958) - Scottish Actor \tLothaire Bluteau (1957) - Canadian Actor \tBobbi Brown (1957) - Professional Makeup Artist \tJohn Shea (1949) - Actor ("Lois & Clark", "Honey, I Blew Up the Kid") \tLarry Ferguson (1948 - RIP 2015) - Musician (Hot Chocolate) \tRitchie Blackmore (1945) - Musician (Deep Purple) \tPete Rose (Peter Edward Rose) - Nicknamed "Charlie Hustle" (1941) - Baseball player \tJulie Christie (1940) - (Featured Above) Award Winning Actress\u00a0("Dr. Zhivago", "Shampoo") \tJoan Darling (1935) - Actress & Director \tFrancesco Vincent "Frank" Serpico (1936) - Retired NYPD ("Serpico" was based on his character) \tLoretta Lynn (1932) - Country Music Singer\/Songwriter \tBradford Dillman (1930) - Actor & Auther ("Compulsion", "Falcon Crest") \tJay Robinson (1930 \u2013 RIP 2013) - Character Actor \tGloria Jean (Schoonover) - (1926) - Actress & Singer ("Copacabana", "The Ladies Man") \tRod Steiger (Rodney Stephen Steiger) - (1925 - RIP 2002) Actor ("Dr. Zhivago", "The Longest Day") \tAnne Mansfield Sullivan (1866 -\u00a0RIP 1936)\u00a0- "The Miracle Worker", best known for \u00a0teaching Helen Keller to read, write and speak "DIED TODAY" \tFredric March (August 31, 1897 -\u00a0April 14, 1975) \tBurl Ives (June 14, 1909 -\u00a0April 14, 1995) \tEllen Corby (June 3, 1911 -\u00a0April 14, 1999) \tAnthony Newley (September 24, 1931\u00a0- April 14, 1999) \tPercy Sledge (November 25, 1940 -\u00a0April 14, 2015) "MOVIES TODAY" Click on the movie title to watch it\u2019s trailer. \t1989 - Disorganized Crime\u00a0 \t1989 - Say Anything\u2026\u00a0 \t1989 - She\u2019s Out of Control\u00a0 \t1989 - Winter People\u00a0 "MUSIC TODAY" \t1958 - Van Cliburn won the International Tchaikovsky piano competition. https:\/\/youtu.be\/f7MAriotZyE \t1958 - Van Cliburn appeared on national TV for the first time. He was on NBC's "The Tonight Show" with Jack Paar. \t1960 - The musical "Bye Bye Birdie" opened in New York City. \t1963 - The Beatles met the Rolling Stones after a Stones concert in Richmond, England. \t1967 - The Bee Gees released their first English single. It was "New York Mining Disaster 1941." https:\/\/youtu.be\/KMPD6Iqc1Cs \t1970 - Stephen Stills broke his wrist in an auto accident. \t1970 - The 5th Academy of Country Music Awards was hosted. Merle Haggard and Tammy Wynette won. \t1976 - Motown Records and Stevie Wonder held a news conference to announce he had signed a "$13 million-plus" contract with the label. https:\/\/youtu.be\/JLIy7fYEvKo \t1976 - Bay City Rollers singer Eric Faulkner almost died after swallowing Seconal and Valium tablets. \t1980 - A New Jersey state assemblyman introduced a resolution to make Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run" the official state song. Springsteen also decided if this song wasn\u2019t going to be a hit, he would quit his musical career forever. https:\/\/youtu.be\/IxuThNgl3YA \t1980 - Iron Maiden's self-titled debut album was released. \t1983 - Pete Farndon died of a drug overdose at the age of 29. He had been fired from the band the year before due to his drug problem. \t1989 - Tom Petty released his first solo album "Full Moon Fever." https:\/\/youtu.be\/iFFlTsYFxak \t1999 - It was reported that Prince intended to re-record the entire catalog of his music and re-release it. "TV\/RADIO TODAY" \t1953 - WHYN (now WGGB) TV channel 40 in Springfield-Holyoke, MA (ABC) begins \t1955 - WBRZ TV channel 2 in Baton Rouge, LA (ABC\/NBC) begins broadcasting \t1959 - KDIN TV channel 11 in Des Moines, IA (PBS) begins broadcasting \t1961 - 1st live television broadcast from Soviet Union \t1969 - 41st Academy Awards is hosted. \t1969 - KEET TV channel 13 in Eureka, CA (PBS) begins broadcasting "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS..." \t1910 - U.S. President William Howard Taft threw out the first ball for the Washington Senators and the Philadelphia Athletics. \t1939 - John Steinbeck\u2019s novel "The Grapes of Wrath" was first published. \t1956 - Ampex Corporation of Redwood City, CA, demonstrated the first commercial magnetic tape recorder for sound and picture. \t1959 - The Taft Memorial Bell Tower was dedicated in Washington, DC. \t1969 - For the first time, a major league baseball game was played in Montreal, Canada. \t1981 - America's first space shuttle, Columbia, returned to Earth after a three-day test flight. The shuttle orbited the Earth 36 times during the mission. \t1984 - The Texas Board of Education began requiring that the state's public school textbooks describe the evolution of human beings as "theory rather than fact". \t1986 - U.S. President Reagan announced the U.S. air raid on military and terrorist related targets in Libya. \t2008 - Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines announced they were merging.