Celebrity Birthdays for April 29: Celebrity Birthdays for April 29

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Celebrity Birthdays for April 29: Celebrity Birthdays for April 29


Today is April 29:

Actress Celeste Holm is 95.

Actor Keith Baxter is 79.

Poet Rod McKuen is 79.

Bluesman Otis Rush is 78.

Conductor Zubin Mehta is 76.

Rock bassist Klaus Voorman is 74.

Singer Bob Miranda of The Happenings is 70.

Country singer Duane Allen of The Oak Ridge Boys is 69.

Singer Tommy James is 65.

Bassist Wayne Secrest of Confederate Railroad is 62.

Movie director Phillip Noyce is 62.

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld is 58.

Actress Kate Mulgrew ("Star Trek: Voyager") is 57.

Actor Leslie Jordan is 57.

Bassist Bazil Donovan (Blue Rodeo) is 57.

Actor Daniel Day-Lewis is 55.

Guitarist Mark Kendall (Great White) is 55.

Actress Michelle Pfeiffer is 54.

Actress Eve Plumb ("The Brady Bunch") is 54.

Country singer Stephanie Bentley is 49.

Actor Vincent Ventresca is 46.

Singer Carnie Wilson of Wilson Phillips is 44.

Actor Paul Adelstein ("Private Practice") is 43.

Actress Uma Thurman is 42.

Rapper Master P is 42.

Former tennis player Andre Agassi is 42.

Country singer James Bonamy is 40.

Gospel/R&B singer Erica Campbell (Mary Mary) is 40.

Bassist Mike Hogan of The Cranberries is 39.

Actor Tyler Labine is 34.

Actress-model Taylor Cole is 28.

Actor Zane Carney ("Dave's World") is 27. …

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