"BORN TODAY" \tMaisie Williams (1997) - Actress ("Game Of Thrones") \tEmma Watson (1990) - Actress ("Harry Potter" Series) \tEliza Doolittle (1988) - Singer, Camden Town \tSamira Wiley (1987) - Actress ("Orange Is The New Black") \tAlice Braga (1983) - Actress \tEster Dean (34) - Singer, Songwriter, Record Producer, and Actress ("Drop It Low") \tSeth Rogen (1982) - Actor, writer ("Knocked Up," "Superbad") \tPatrick Carney (1980) - American musician \tLuke Evans (1979) - Actor ("Girl On A Train") \tChris Stapleton (1978) - American singer-songwriter. \tSusan Ward (1976) - Actress and Model \tDanny Pino (1974) - Actor ("Cold Case") \tJason Sehorn (1971) - former American football cornerback \tFlex Alexander (1970) - American actor, comedian and dancer. \tDara Torres (1967) - Olympic Swimmer \tSamantha Fox (1966) - English dance-pop singer, songwriter, actress, and former glamour model \tLinda Perry (1965) - American Grammy nominated rock singer-songwriter, and record producer. \tEmma Thompson (1959) - British Actress, Activist, Author, Comedienne and Screenwriter. \tLinda Bloodworth-Thomason (1947) Writer & Television Producer ("Designing Women") \tMichael Tucci (1950) - Actor ("Grease") \tAmy Wright (1950) - Actress ("The Deer Hunter," "The Scarlet Letter") \tJulie Sommars (1942) - Actress ("Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo") \tClaudia Cardinale (1939) - Actress ("The Pink Panther") \tRoy Clark (1933) \tRobert Glynn "Bob" Luman (1937 – RIP 1978) \tElizabeth Victoria Montgomery (1933 - RIP 1995) (Featured Above) \tMichael Ansara (1922 – RIP 2013) - Stage, Screen, and Voice Actor \tHans Conried (1917 – RIP 1982) was an American character actor \tLita Grey (1908 – RIP 1995), American actress and the second wife of Charlie Chaplin \tClaudia Cardinale (1939) - Actress ("The Pink Panther") \tLeonardo da Vinci (1452- RIP 1519) - Artist ("Mona Lisa," "The Last Supper") "DIED TODAY" \tWallace Beery (Born: April 1, 1885 / Died: April 15, 1949) \tClara Blandick (Born: June 4, 1876 / Died: April 15, 1962) \tRichard Conte (Born: March 24, 1910 / Died: April 15, 1975) \tGreta Garbo (Born: September 8, 1905 / Died: April 15, 1990) \tWilliam Bakewell (Born: May 2, 1908 / Died: April 15, 1993) \tJoey Ramone (Born: May 19, 1951 / Died: April 15, 2001) "MOVIES TODAY" Click on the movie title to watch it’s trailer. \t1982 - Liquid Sky \t1983 - Lone Wolf MacQuade \t1988 - Colors \t1988 - The Moderns \t1988 - Return to Snowy River \t1994 - Cops and Robbersons \t1994 - White Fang 2: Myth of the White Wolf "MUSIC TODAY" \t1966 - Buffalo Springfield was the opening act for The Byrds in San Bernadino, CA. \t1967 - The Nancy and Frank Sinatra duet "Somethin' Stupid" hit #1 on the U.S. singles chart. It was the first father and daughter act to hit #1. https://youtu.be/0f48fpoSEPU \t1969 - Archie Bell (Drells) was released from military service after a tour of Vietnam. \t1996 - In San Francisco, CA, Jerry Garcia's remaining ashes were scattered near the Golden Gate Bridge. A small portion of his ashes had been scattered in the Ganges River in India on April 4th. \t1999 - Tammy Wynette's body was exhumed in an attempt to settle a dispute over how she had died. https://youtu.be/6PIw1Y69m_c \t2003 - Kelly Clarkson's debut album "Thankful" was released. \t2015 - The Who began its 50th anniversary tour. https://youtu.be/BVDIs3ALi8w \t2016 - Metallica released the remastered versions of their first two albums. "TV/RADIO TODAY" \t1951 - The first episode of the "Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok" radio show aired. https://youtu.be/LChvPwERnkw \t1956 - The world’s first, all-color TV station was dedicated in Chicago as WNBQ-TV, now known as WMAQ-TV. \t1958 - The 10th Emmy Awards are hosted. \t1992 - William Schatner and Leonard Nimoy are inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame. "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS..." \t1923 - Insulin became generally available for people suffering with diabetes. \t1934 - In the comic strip "Blondie," Dagwood and Blondie Bumstead welcomed a baby boy, Alexander. The child would be nicknamed, Baby Dumpling. \t1947 - Jackie Robinson played his first major league baseball game for the Brooklyn Dodgers. Previously he had only appeared in exhibition games. \t1956 - GM announced that the first free piston automobile had been developed. \t1983 - In Urayasu, Chiba, Japan, the Tokyo Disneyland theme park opened. \t1986 - U.S. F-111 warplanes attacked Libya in response to the bombing of a discotheque in Berlin on April 5, 1986. \t1986 - Clint Eastwood was elected Mayor of Carmel, California. \t1987 - "Asinamali!" opened as the first South African play on Broadway in New York City. \t1997 - Christopher Reeve received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.