Celebrity Birthdays for March 15

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Celebrity Birthdays for March 15


Celebrity birthdays for March 15

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Celebrity Birthdays for March 15:

Elvis Presley drummer DJ Fontana is 82.

Former astronaut Alan L. Bean is 81.

Actor Judd Hirsch is 78.

U.S. evangelist Jimmy Swaggart is 78.

Jazz saxophonist Charles Lloyd is 75.

Bassist Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead is 73.

Singer Mike Love of the Beach Boys is 72.

Singer-keyboardist Sly Stone of Sly and the Family Stone is 70.

Canadian film director David Cronenberg is 70.

Guitarist Howard Scott of War is 67.

Quebec singer and songwriter Diane Juster is 67.

Rock guitarist Ry Cooder is 66.

Actor Craig Wasson is 59.

Singer Dee Snider of Twisted Sister is 58.

Actress Park Overall ("Empty Nest") is 56.

Movie director Renny Harlin is 54.

Model Fabio is 52.

Singer Terence Trent D'Arby (a.k.a. Sananda Maitreya) is 51.

Singer Bret Michaels of Poison is 50.

Singer Rockwell (real name Kennedy Gordy) is 49.

Singer Mark McGrath of Sugar Ray is 45.

Actress Kim Raver is 44.

Federal cabinet minister Rona Ambrose is 44.

Bassist Mark Hoppus of Plus-44 and Blink 182 is 41.

NFL head coach Mike Tomlin is 41. …

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