Celebrity Birthdays for July 12

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Celebrity Birthdays for July 12


Celebrity birthdays for July 12

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Celebrity Birthdays for July 12:

Movie director Monte Hellman is 86.

Actor Gordon Pinsent is 85.

Actor-comedian Bill Cosby is 78.

Singer Christine McVie of Fleetwood Mac is 72.

Actress Denise Nicholas ("In the Heat of the Night") is 71.

Singer-songwriter Butch Hancock is 70.

Actor Jay Thomas is 67.

Singer Walter Egan is 67.

Fitness guru Richard Simmons is 67.

Actress Cheryl Ladd is 64.

Writer-producer Brian Grazer is 64.

Actor Jamey Sheridan is 64.

Actress Mel Harris ("thirtysomething") is 59.

Gospel singer Sandi Patty is 59.

Country singer Julie Miller is 59.

Actress Mel Harris is 59.

Actor Buddy Foster is 58.

Canadian actress Camilla Scott is 54.

Guitarist Dan Murphy of Soul Asylum is 53.

Actress Judi Evans is 51.

Singer Robin Wilson of the Gin Blossoms is 50.

Actress Natalie Desselle Reid ("Madea's Big Happy Family," TV: "Eve") is 48.

Olympic sprinter Bruny Surin is 48.

Guitarist John Petrucci (Dream Theater) is 48.

Actress Lisa Nicole Carson ("Ally McBeal") is 46.

Olympic gold medal figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi is 44.

Country singer Shannon Lawson is 42.

Rapper Magoo is 42.

Actress Anna Friel ("Pushing Daisies") is 39.

Singer Tracie Spencer is 39.

Actress Alison Wright (TV: "The Americans") is 39.

Actor Steve Howey ("Reba") is 38.

Pro wrestler and former mixed martial artist Brock Lesnar is 38.

Actor Topher Grace ("That '70s Show") is 37. …

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