"BORN TODAY" \tFabrizio Moretti\u00a01980 - Musician (The Strokes) \tMorena Baccarin 1979 - Actress ("Serenity" and "Deadpool") \tIrish Grinstead 1980 - Musician (702) \tDominic Cooper 1978 - Actor ("Mamma Mia!") \tNikki Cox 1978 - Actress ("Unhappily Ever After") \tJustin Long 1978 - Actor ("Dodge Ball," "Live Free or Die Hard") \tZachary Quinto 1977 - Actor ("Heroes") \tWayne Brady 1972 - Actor, comedian ("Whose Line is it Anyway") \tWentworth Miller 1972 - Actor ("Prison Break") \tB-Real 1970 - Musician (Cypress Hill) \tAndy Cohen 1968 - Talk show and radio host, Author, and Producer. \tBeetlejuice\u00a01968 - Rapper \tMerril Bainbridge 1968 - Singer, songwriter \tTony Hadley 1959 - Musician (Spandau Ballet) \tMichael Steele 1959 - Musician (Bangles) \tLydia Lynch 1959 - Singer, poet, writer, actress \tGary Grimes 1955 - Actor ("Summer of '42") \tDana Carvey 1955 - Comedian, Actor ("Saturday Night Live," "Moving") \tDennis Haysbert 1954 - Actor (Major League, 24) \tJoanna Gleason\u00a01950 - Actress (Let's Make A Deal) \tDennis Haysbert 1954 - Actor ("24") \tDiana Canova 1953 - Actress \tJoanna Gleason 1950 - Actress \tJerry Mathers 1948 - Actor ("Leave it to Beaver") \tJon Peters (John H. Peters) 1945 - Movie producer \tMarvin Hamlisch 1944 - Composer \tCharles Haid 1943 - Actor ("Hill Street Blues") \tJerry Mathers 1948 (Featured Above) - Actor ("Leave It To Beaver") \tLasse Hallstrom 1946 - Film Director \tStacy Keach 1941 - Actor \tCharlie Watts 1941 - Musician (Rolling Stones) Sally Kellerman 1937 (RIP) - Actress \tBarry Levinson 1933 - Screenwriter, film director, actor \tCarl Butler 1927 - Country music singer \tMilo O'Shea 1926 - Actor (Staircase and Mass Appeal) \tMax Showalter 1917 - Film, television, stage actor, composer, pianist, singer \tBen Grauer 1908 - Radio and television personality \tJohnny Weissmuller 1904 - Olympic swimmer, he was the sixth actor to portray Tarzan in movies Click "NEXT" to see what else happened in the news today "DIED TODAY" \tLou Gehrig (Born: June 19, 1903 \/ Died: June 2, 1941) \tRex Harrison (Born: March 5, 1908 \/ Died: June 2, 1990) \tHelen Carter (Born: September 19, 1927 \/ Died: June 2, 1998) \tBo Diddly (Born: December 30, 1928 \/ Died:June 2, 2008) \tRichard Dawson (Born: November 20, 1932 \/ Died: June 2, 2012) "MOVIES TODAY" Click on the movie title to watch it\u2019s trailer. \t1970 - The Executioner \t1972 - The War Between Men and Women \t1978 - Corvette Summer \t1989 - Dead Poet Society \t1989 - No Holds Barred \t1989 - Renegades \t1989 - Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills \t1989 - Vampire's Kiss \t1995 - Bridges of Madison County \t1995 - Fluke \t2000 - Big Mommas House Click "NEXT" for MUSIC news "MUSIC TODAY" \t1957 - Johnnie Ray was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Yes Tonight Josephine', the US singers third and final UK No.1. \t1962 - Owen Gray's 'Twist Baby' became the first single released on UK based Island Records. \t1962 - Ray Charles started a five week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with the Don Gibson penned country ballad 'I Can't Stop Loving You', also No.1 in the UK. \t1966 - Frank Sinatra was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Strangers In The Night', the singers second UK No.1. https:\/\/youtu.be\/hlSbSKNk9f0 More music news "NEXT" \t1967 - In the U.S., "Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" was released by the Beatles. It was released on June 1 in the U.K. and around the world. \t1967 - David Bowie released his debut album, 'David Bowie', which failed to make the UK charts. \t1969 - Kenny Rogers & the First Edition released the single "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town". \t1972 - Dion & The Belmonts reunited for one show at Madison Square Garden. \t1973 - Paul McCartney had both the No.1 positions on the US charts when 'Red Rose Speedway', went to the top of the album chart and 'My Love', started a four week run as the No.1 single. \t1976 - Wings set a new world record when they performed in front of 67,100 fans in Seattle, the largest attendance for an indoor crowd. \t1978 - Thin Lizzy released the live double album 'Live And Dangerous'. It was recorded in Philadelphia, London and Toronto in 1977, during the tours accompanying the albums Johnny The Fox and Bad Reputation. \t1978 - Bruce Springsteen's album, "Darkness On The Edge of Town" was released. \t1979 - Donna Summer started a three week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Hot Stuff', her second US No.1, it made No.11 in the UK. https:\/\/youtu.be\/1IdEhvuNxV8 Music news continued "NEXT" \t1984 - Wham! had their first UK No.1 with 'Wake Me Up Before You Go Go.' Written and produced by George Michael, one half of the duo.. \t1984 - "Time After Time" from newcomer Cyndi Lauper distanced itself on the Adult Contemporary chart, reaching the #1 position https:\/\/youtu.be\/VdQY7BusJNU \t1984 - Aerosmith played at the Capitol Theater in Concord, New Hampshire, the first night on their 59 date North American Back In The Saddle Tour. \t1987 - Whitney Houston released her follow-up album Whitney on Arista Records \t1990 - "Do You Remember" by Phil Collins moved into the #1 slot on the Adult Contemporary chart. \t2000 - The RIAA certified Garth Brooks' "Double Live" at the 13 million level. This matched the highest-certified live album record held by Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band's "Live 1975-1985." TV & Radio News on "NEXT" page "TV\/RADIO TODAY" \t1937 - "The Fabulous Dr. Tweedy" was broadcast on NBC radio for the first time. \t1953 - BBC-TV aired the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in Westminster Abbey. \t1957 - Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev was interviewed on CBS's "Face the Nation." \t1978 - On "Midnight Special" Crystal Gayle hosted to Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers. \t1999 - The final episode of "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" aired. https:\/\/youtu.be\/bs0FpFyzbfY Other Nostalgic news and National days "NEXT" "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS..." \t1896 - Guglieimo Marconi's radio telegraphy device was patented in Great Britain. \t1933 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt accepted the first swimming pool to be built inside the White House. \t1935 - George Herman "Babe" Ruth announced that he was retiring from baseball \t1953 - Elizabeth was crowned queen of England at Westminster Abbey. \t1966 - Surveyor 1, the U.S. space probe, landed on the moon and started sending photographs back to Earth of the Moon's surface. It was the first soft landing on the Moon. \t1979 - Pope John Paul II arrived in his native Poland on the first visit by a pope to a Communist country. https:\/\/youtu.be\/AybLaIXyulE \t1989 - Rolling Stone Bill Wyman secretly married 19-year-old Mandy Smith. Wyman's 28-year-old son was best man. All other four Stones attended. The marriage lasted 17 months. \t1995 - Stone Roses guitarist John Squire smashed his collarbone in a cycling accident causing the band to pull out of major gigs. 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