Celebrity Birthdays for Jan. 29

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Celebrity Birthdays for Jan. 29


Celebrity birthdays for Jan. 29

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-Celebrity Birthdays for Jan. 29:

Writer-composer-lyricist Leslie Bricusse is 84.

Feminist author Germaine Greer is 76.

Actress Katharine Ross is 75.

Feminist author Robin Morgan is 74.

Actor Tom Selleck is 70.

Singer Bettye LaVette is 69.

Actor Marc Singer is 67.

Actress Ann Jillian is 65.

Drummer Louie Perez of Los Lobos is 62.

Singer Charlie Wilson of The Gap Band is 62.

Media giant Oprah Winfrey is 61.

Actor Terry Kinney (TV: "Black Box"; "Oz") is 61.

Country singer Irlene Mandrell is 59.

Actress Diane Delano ("The Ellen Show," ''Northern Exposure") is 58.

Actress Judy Norton Taylor ("The Waltons") is 57.

Guitarist Johnny Spampinato of NRBQ is 56.

Olympic gold-medal diver Greg Louganis is 55.

Drummer David Baynton-Power of James is 54.

Bassist Eddie Jackson of Queensryche is 54.

Actor Nicholas Turturro ("NYPD Blue") is 53.

Singer-guitarist Roddy Frame of Aztec Camera is 51.

Hockey Hall of Fame goalie Dominik Hasek is 50.

Director-actor Ed Burns is 47.

Actress Heather Graham is 45.

Comedian Shaun Majumder ("This Hour Has 22 Minutes") is 43.

Actor Sharif Atkins ("ER") is 40.

Actress Sara Gilbert ("ER," ''Roseanne") is 40.

Actor Sam Jaeger ("Parenthood") is 38.

Actor Justin Hartley is 38. …

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