Celebrity Birthdays for Aug. 22

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Celebrity Birthdays for Aug. 22


Celebrity birthdays for Aug. 22

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Celebrity birthdays for Aug. 22:

Broadcast journalist Morton Dean is 82.

Author Annie Proulx is 82.

Actress Valerie Harper is 78.

Baseball Hall-of-Famer Carl Yastrzemski is 78.

Pro Football Hall of Fame coach Bill Parcells is 76.

Correspondent Steve Kroft ("60 Minutes") is 72.

Writer-producer David Chase is 72.

Singer Ron Dante, lead vocalist for the cartoon group The Archies, is 72.

Actress Cindy Williams ("Laverne and Shirley") is 70.

Donna Godchaux, former vocalist with the Grateful Dead, is 70.

Guitarist David Marks of The Beach Boys is 69.

International Swimming Hall-of-Famer Diana Nyad is 68.

Baseball Hall-of-Famer Paul Molitor is 61.

Guitarist Vernon Reid of Living Colour is 59.

Actor Colm Feore is 59.

Ian Mitchell, guitarist with The Bay City Rollers, is 59.

Country singer Collin Raye is 57.

Actress Regina Taylor ("The Unit," ''I'll Fly Away") is 57.

Singer Roland Orzabal of Tears for Fears is 56.

Drummer Debbi Peterson of The Bangles is 56.

Country singer Ricky Lynn Gregg is 56.

Guitarist Gary Lee Conner of Screaming Trees is 55.

Singer Tori Amos is 54.

Country singer Mila Mason is 54.

Keyboardist James DeBarge of DeBarge is 54.

International Tennis Hall-of-Famer Mats Wilander is 53.

Rapper GZA (Wu-Tang Clan) is 51.

Actress Brooke Dillman is 51.

Actor Ty Burrell ("Modern Family") is 50.

Actor Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje is 50.

Celebrity chef Giada DeLaurentiis is 47.

Country singer George Canyon is 47.

Actress Melinda Page Hamilton ("Devious Maids," ''Mad Men,") is 46. …

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