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Crue Front Man Vince Neil Turns 63


Stephanie Courtney is 54 (Flo in the Progressive Insurance Commercials)

Seth Green is 50 (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Robot Chicken”)

Pooch Hall is 47 (“The Game,” “Ray Donovan”)

Dani Harmer is 35 (“Tracy Beaker Returns,” “Dani’s House”)

Mary McCormack is 55 (“The West Wing,” “House of Lies”)

Joshua Morrow is 50 (“Young & The Restless)

Nick Nolte is 83 (“Cape Fear,” “The Prince of Tides”)

Mary Steenburgen is 71 (“Parenthood,” “The Help”)

Cecily Strong is 40 (“MAD TV,” “SNL”)

Jordan Todosey is 29 (“Life With Derek,” “Degrassi: The Next Generation”)

The late Gary Coleman (1968-2010)…he would have been 56 (“Diff’rent Strokes”)

The late James Dean (1931-1955)…he would have been 93 (the original bad boy) (“Rebel Without a Cause,” “East of Eden)

The late Jack Lemmon (1925 – 2001) …he would have been 99 (“The Odd Couple,” “Grumpy Old Men”)

The late Audrey Meadows (1922 – 1996) (“The Honeymooners”)

The late Lana Turner (1921-1995) (“Peyton Place,” “The Postman Always Rings Twice”) 


Paramore’s Jeremy Davis is 39

Carolina Liar drummer Max Grahn is 36

Daft Punk’s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo is 50

The BoDeans’ Sam Llanas is 63

Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil is 63

Anderson .Paak is 38 (his birth name, Brandon Paak Anderson)

Linkin Park’s Phoenix (aka Dave Farrell) is 47

Tom Rush is 83

Collective Soul’s Will Turpin is 53

Composer John Williams is 92 


Author John Grisham is 69 (“The Firm”, “A Time to Kill”)

Pro-surfer and author Bethany Hamilton is 34 (She’s the one who got her arm chomped off by a shark back in 2003)

Comedian Robert Klein in 82

Legendary newsman Ted Koppel in 84 (Born in England, after his German Jewishparents fled Germany following the rise of Adolf Hitler and Nazism, the family immigrated to the United States in 1953. His mother, Alice, was a singer and pianist, and his father, Edwin, was a tire factory owner.)

The late poet Elizabeth Bishop (1911-1979) (She was the Poet Laureate of the United States from 1949 to 1950, the Pulitzer Prize winner for Poetry in 1956, the National Book Award winner in 1970, and the recipient of the Neustadt International Prize for Literature in 1976)

The late Russian scientist Dmitri Mendeleev (1834-1907) (He came up with the Periodic Table of Elements, and, based on the pattern, was able to predict what elements would soon be discovered)

The late William Tecumseh Sherman (1820 – 1891) (The Union Army General during the Civil War, most famous for his “scorched earth” policies. During his infamous March to the Sea, he and 62,000 men marched from Atlanta to the port of Savannah Georgia, living off the land and causing, by his own estimate, more than $100-million in property damage.)

The late author Jules Verne (1825 – 1905) (“20,000 Leagues Under the Sea,” “Journey to the Center of the Earth”)

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