Celebrity Birthdays for July 15

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Celebrity Birthdays for July 15


Celebrity birthdays for July 15

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Celebrity Birthdays for July 15:

Author Clive Cussler is 84.

Canadian country singer Hal Willis is 82.

Actor Ken Kercheval ("Dallas") is 80.

Actor Patrick Wayne is 76.

'60s country singer Johnny Seay is 75.

Actor Jan-Michael Vincent is 71.

Singer Millie Jackson is 71.

Guitarist-singer Peter Lewis of Moby Grape is 70.

Singer Linda Ronstadt is 69.

Drummer Artimus Pyle (Lynyrd Skynyrd) is 67.

Singer Trevor Horn of The Buggles and Yes, is 66.

Arianna Huffington, co-founder of The Huffington Post news website, is 65.

Former Minnesota Governor and pro wrestler Jesse Ventura is 64.

Actor Terry O'Quinn ("Lost," ''West Wing," ''Alias") is 63.

Actress Celia Imrie is 63.

Rock singer-musician David Pack is 63.

Disco singer Alicia Bridges ("I Love the Nightlife") is 62.

Drummer Marky Ramone (The Ramones) is 59.

Guitarist Joe Satriani is 59.

Country singer-songwriter Mac McAnally is 58.

Actor Willie Aames ("Eight is Enough," ''Charles in Charge") is 55.

Model Kim Alexis is 55.

Actress Lolita Davidovich is 54.

Actor-director Forest Whitaker is 54.

Actress Shari Headley is 52.

Actress Brigitte Nielsen is 52.

Drummer Jason Bonham is 49.

Actor Kristoff St. John ("The Young and the Restless") is 49.

Actress Amanda Foreman is 49.

Singer Stokley of Mint Condition is 48.

Rock musician Phillip Fisher is 48.

Actor-comedian Eddie Griffin ("Malcolm and Eddie") is 47. …

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