Celebrity Birthdays for July 4

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Celebrity Birthdays for July 4


Celebrity birthdays for July 4

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Celebrity Birthdays for July 4:

Actress Eva Marie Saint is 93.

Actress Gina Lollobrigida is 90.

Playwright Neil Simon is 90.

Country singer Ray Pillow is 80.

Singer Bill Withers is 79.

Actor Ed Bernard ("Police Woman," ''White Shadow") is 78.

Actress Karolyn Grimes (Zuzu in "It's A Wonderful Life") is 77.

Singer Annette Beard of Martha and the Vandellas is 74.

TV talk show host Geraldo Rivera is 74.

Jeremy Spencer, former guitarist and vocalist with Fleetwood Mac, is 69.

Percussionist Ralph Johnson of Earth, Wind and Fire is 66.

Percussionist Domingo Ortiz of Widespread Panic is 65.

Singer John Waite is 62.

Guitarist Kirk Pengilly of INXS is 59.

Steel guitarist Teddy Carr (Ricochet) is 57.

DJ Zonka (Big Audio Dynamite) is 55.

International Tennis Hall-of-Famer Pam Shriver is 55.

Singer Michael Sweet of Stryper is 54.

Bassist Matt Malley (Counting Crows) is 54.

Actor-playwright-screenwriter Tracy Letts ("Homeland") is 52.

Actor-comedian Al Madrigal ("Gary Unmarried," ''The Daily Show") is 46.

Percussionist Andrew Creeggan (The Brothers Creeggan, Barenaked Ladies) is 46.

Actress Jenica Bergere is 43.

Actor John Lloyd Young ("Jersey Boys") is 42.

Singer Stephen "Ste" McNally of BBMak is 39.

Actress Becki Newton ("Ugly Betty") is 39.

Actor Mo McRae ("Sons of Anarchy") is 35. …

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