"BORN TODAY" \tDanielle Chuchran 1993 - Actress ("Christmas for a dollar" and "The Wild Stallion") \tMae Whitman 1988 - Actress ("Arrested Development") \tNatalie Portman 1981 - Actress ("Star Wars" movie series) \tDean Dinning 1967 - Musician (Toad the Wet Sprocket) \tDean Felber 1967 - Musician (Hootie & the Blowfish) \tMatthew Bellamy 1978 - Musician (Muse) \tMichaela Conlin 1978 - Actress (Bones) \tTamela Mann 1966 - Gospel singer, and Actress (I Can Do Bad All By Myself, Diary of a Mad Black Woman, Madea's Family Reunion, Madea's Class Reunion, Meet the Browns, and What's Done in the Dark) \tGloria Reuben 1965 - Singer, Actress ("ER") \tJohnny Depp (John Christopher "Johnny" Depp II) 1963 - Actor, musician ((21 Jump Street, Pirates of the Caribbean) \tMichael J. Fox 1961 (Featured Above) - Actor ("Family Ties" and "Back To The Future") \tAaron Sorkin 1961 - Writer, producer ("The West Wing") \tPatricia Cornwell 1956 - Mystery author \tTrevor Bolder 1950 - Musician (Spiders from Mars, Uriah Heep) \tBrigid Bazlen 1944 - Actress (Pam-Too Young to go Steady) \tJon Lord 1941 - Musician (White Snake, Deep Purple) \tDiana Van Der Vlis 1935 - Actress \tJackie Wilson (Jack Leroy "Jackie" Wilson, Jr.) 1934 - Singer, performer \tJoe Santos 1931 (RIP) - Actor (The Rockford Files) \tMona Freeman (Monica Elizabeth Freeman) 1926 - Actress \tDick Vitale 1940 - US, sportscaster (ESPN, ABC "Oh Baby!") \tDiana Van Der Vlis 1935 - Actress (Lovespell, Girl in Black Stockings) \tDonald Duck 1934 - famous fowl \tJackie Mason 1931 - American stand-up comedian and film and television actor. \tCole Porter (Cole Albert Porter) 1891 (RIP) - Composer, songwriter \tLes Paul (Lester William Polsfuss) 1915 (RIP) - Musician, songwriter, inventor (solid-body electric guitar) \tRobert "Bob" Cummings (Charles Clarence Robert Orville Cummings) 1910 (RIP) - Actor More Nostalgic Events on "NEXT" page "DIED TODAY" \tRobert Donat (Friedrich Robert Donath) (March 18 1905 – June 9, 1958) - Actor (Citadel, Goodbye Mr Chips, 39 Steps) \tCharles Dickens (February 7, 1812 - June 9, 1870) - Writer (The Pickwick Papers, Oliver Twist, A Tale Of Two Cities, Great Expectations) "MOVIES TODAY" Click on the movie title to watch it’s trailer. \t1965 - Up from the Beach \t1966 - The Glass Bottom Boat \t1966 - Paradise, Hawaiian Style \t1978 - The Cat from Outer Space \t1989 - Star Trek V: The Final Frontier \t1995 - Congo \t1995 - Smoke \t2000 - Gone in 60 Seconds Music News on "NEXT" page "MUSIC TODAY" \t1924 - "Jelly-Roll Blues" was recorded by Jelly Roll Morton and his band. \t1959 - Bobby Darin made debut in Las Vegas, Nevada; he opened for George Burns at the Sahara. \t1962 - Tony Bennett made his debut in Carnegie Hall. \t1962 - A new artist appeared on the music charts for the first time on this date. Bobby Vinton's first song "Roses Are Red" debuted and he would achieve the tough feat of achieving #1 with his first release. \t1963 - Beatles' fans started throwing jelly babies at them while they were on stage, after an off-the-cuff remark on television that George Harrison enjoyed eating them. \t1964 - Bob Dylan recorded the album Another Side of Bob Dylan. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?listPL5913014DADE37CF9 Click "NEXT" to see more MUSIC news \t1967 - The Monkees opened their 1967 tour at the Hollywood Bowl in Hollywood, California \t1967 - Pink Floyd played two gigs in one day, the first at the College of Commerce in Hull, and then the UFO at The Blarney Club, Tottenham Court Road, London, England. \t1970 - An honorary Doctrate in Music was given to Bob Dylan by Princeton University. \t1972 - Elvis Presley made entertainment history by performing 4 sold-out shows at New York's Madison Square Garden. George Harrison, John Lennon, David Bowie, Bob Dylan and Art Garfunkel were among music stars that attended the shows. The shows were recorded and became the album 'Elvis as recorded at Madison Square Garden'. \t1972 - Bruce Springsteen signed with Columbia Records and started to assemble the E Street Band from various Asbury Park ex-band mates. \t1973 - The Spinners scored their second R&B #1 of the year (following "Could It Be I'm Falling In Love") with "One Of A Kind (Love Affair)". 1975 - Windsor Davies and Don Estelle were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Whispering Grass.' It was a spin-off from the BBC TV sitcom It Ain't Half Hot Mum. https://youtu.be/10dmK7O-KSY MUSIC news continued "NEXT" \t1978 - The Rolling Stones released Some Girls, their first studio album recorded with Ronnie Wood as a full member. \t1979 - "We Are Family" was top dog on the R&B chart. \t1979 - The Bee Gees went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Love You inside Out', the group's 9th US No.1 and a No.13 hit in the UK. \t1979 - Breakfast in America locked down the #1 spot on the Album chart as Supertramp's breakthrough \t1984 - Cyndi Lauper started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Time After Time' a No.3 hit in the UK. \t1989 - Prince released the song "Batdance." \t1990 - M.C. Hammer's debut album started a record breaking 21 week stay at the top of the US album charts, making it the longest uninterrupted stay at the top since the album charts started. https://youtu.be/otCpCn0l4Wo \t1990 - Wilson Phillips went to No.1 on the US with 'Hold On'. 25 years earlier to the day Wendy and Carnies father Beach Boy Brian Wilson had been at No.1 with 'Help Me Rhonda'. Check out TV & RADIO news and OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS, including "NATIONAL DAYS" on "NEXT" page "TV/RADIO TODAY" \t1938 - BBC-TV televised coverage of the Trooping of the Colour ceremony for the first time. \t1963 - Barbra Streisand performed on The Ed Sullivan Show. 1963 - Andy Williams was the mystery guest on the popular television show What's My Line. "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS..." \t1934 - Donald Duck made his debut in the Silly Symphonies cartoon "The Wise Little Hen." \t1958 - Jerry Lee Lewis took out a full-page ad in Billboard Magazine to explain about his second divorce and third marriage to his 14 year old cousin Myra. \t1980 - Richard Pryor was severely burned by a "free-base" mixture that exploded. He was hospitalized more than two months. \t1986 - The Rogers Commission released a report on the Challenger disaster. The report explained that the spacecraft blew up as a result of a failure in a solid rocket booster joint. \t1990 - Michael Jackson was admitted to hospital with a mystery illness. It was later diagnosed as an inflamed cartilage in his rib cage. \t1993 - The U.S. Postal Service debuted its Legends of American Music, Rock and Roll-Rhythm and Blues stamp collection. The set featured Bill Haley, Buddy Holly, Clyde McPhatter, Otis Redding, Ritchie Valens, Dinah Washington, and Elvis Presley. photo: etsy.com \t1994 - After an argument TLC singer Left Eye set fire to her boyfriend's Atlanta mansion, worth $2 million (£1.176 million), burning it to the ground. She was charged with arson and fined $10,000 (£5,882) with five years probation. \t1998 - The Ronettes appeared in the Supreme Court of New York for their lawsuit against producer Phil Spector. The Ronettes claimed that Spector had breached the group's 34-year-old contract by paying the members no royalties since 1963. Although The Ronettes went on to win the case, the New York State Court of Appeals overturned the decision in October, 2002, saying that the contract the Ronettes signed with Spector in 1963 was still binding. \t1998 - The Spice Girls played their first show since the departure of Ginger Spice. The event was a charity show, "Pavarotti and Friends," for poor children in Liberia. 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