Celebrity Birthdays for Jan. 20

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Celebrity Birthdays for Jan. 20


Celebrity birthdays for Jan. 20

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Celebrity Birthdays for Jan. 20:

Quebec singer Lucille Dumont is 94.

Trumpeter and bandleader Ray Anthony is 91.

Country singer Slim Whitman (real name Otis Dewey) is 89.

Comedian Arte Johnson is 84.

Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin is 83.

Canadian tenor Andre Jobin is 80.

Olympic gold medal figure skater Carol Heiss is 73.

Quebec pop singer Pierre Lalonde is 72.

Singer Eric Stewart (10cc, Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders) is 68.

Director David Lynch is 67.

Drummer George Grantham of Poco is 66.

Actor Daniel Benzali is 63.

Guitarist Paul Stanley of Kiss is 61.

Bassist Ian Hill of Judas Priest is 61.

TV host Bill Maher (MAR) ("Politically Incorrect") is 57.

Actor Lorenzo Lamas is 55.

Actor James Denton ("Desperate Housewives") is 50.

Bassist Greg K. of The Offspring is 48.

Country singer John Michael Montgomery is 48.

Sophie, Countess of Wessex, is 48.

Actor Rainn Wilson ("The Office") is 47.

Actress Stacey Dash ("Clueless") is 46.

TV personality Melissa Rivers is 45.

Actor Reno Wilson ("Mike and Molly") is 44.

Singer Edwin McCain is 43.

Actor Skeet Ulrich ("Scream," ''As Good As It Gets") is 43.

Drummer ?uestlove of The Roots is 42.

British rock singer Gary Barlow is 42. …

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