Celebrity Birthdays for June 2

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Celebrity Birthdays for June 2


Celebrity birthdays for June 2

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Celebrity Birthdays for June 2:

Singer Sammy Turner is 85.

Actress-singer Sally Kellerman is 80.

Actor Ron Ely ("Tarzan") is 79.

Filmmaker and movie historian Kevin Brownlow is 79.

Actor Stacy Keach is 76.

Drummer Charlie Watts of the Rolling Stones is 76.

Actor-director Charles Haid ("Hill Street Blues") is 74.

Movie director Lasse Hallstrom is 71.

Actor Jerry Mathers ("Leave It to Beaver") is 69.

Actress Joanna Gleason is 67.

Hockey Hall of Fame defenceman Larry Robinson is 66.

NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman is 65.

Actor Dennis Haysbert ("24") is 63.

Comedian Dana Carvey is 62.

Bassist Michael Steele of The Bangles is 62.

Actor Gary Grimes is 62.

Singer Tony Hadley of Spandau Ballet is 57.

Retired NASCAR driver Kyle Petty is 57.

Actor Liam Cunningham ("Game of Thrones") is 56.

Actor Navid Negahban is 49.

Singer Merril Bainbridge is 49.

TV personality-producer Andy Cohen ("The Real Housewives" TV franchise) is 49.

Rapper B-Real (born Louis Freese) of Cypress Hill is 47.

Actress Paula Cale ("Providence") is 47.

Actor Anthony Montgomery is 46.

Actor-comedian Wayne Brady is 45.

Actor Wentworth Miller is 45.

Keyboardist Tim Rice-Oxley of Keane is 41.

Actor Zachary Quinto ("Heroes") is 40.

Actress Nikki Cox ("Unhappily Ever After") is 39.

Actor Dominic Cooper is 39.

Actor Justin Long ("Accepted," ''Dodgeball") is 39. …

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