Celebrity Birthdays for Dec. 17

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Celebrity Birthdays for Dec. 17


Celebrity birthdays for Dec. 17

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Celebrity Birthdays for Dec. 17:

Actor Armin Mueller-Stahl is 87.

Pope Francis is 81.

Singer-actor Tommy Steele is 81.

Pop and jazz pianist, arranger, conductor and composer Tommy Banks is 81.

Keyboardist-singer Art Neville of the Neville Brothers is 80.

Actor Bernard Hill is 73.

Actor Ernie Hudson ("Ghostbusters") is 72.

Political commentator host Chris Matthews is 72.

Actor-comedian Eugene Levy is 71.

Actress Marilyn Hassett is 70.

Actor Wes Studi is 70.

Drummer Jim Bonfanti of The Raspberries is 69.

Actor Joel Brooks ("Six Feet Under") is 68.

Singer Paul Rodgers is 68.

Singer Wanda Hutchinson of The Emotions is 66.

Country singer Sharon White of The Whites is 64.

Actor Barry Livingston ("My Three Sons") is 64.

Actor Bill Pullman is 64.

Country singer Sharon White is 64.

Director-producer Peter Farrelly ("There's Something About Mary," ''Dumb and Dumber") is 61.

Bassist Mike Mills of R.E.M. is 59.

Singer Sarah Dallin of Bananarama is 56.

Entertainer Andre-Phillipe Gagnon is 55.

Country singer Tracy Byrd is 51.

Bassist Duane Propes of Little Texas is 51.

Former race car driver Paul Tracy is 49.

Actress Laurie Holden ("The Walking Dead") is 48.

DJ Homicide of Sugar Ray is 47.

Actor Sean Patrick Thomas ("The District") is 47.

Actress Claire Forlani ("Meet Joe Black," ''CSI: NY") is 46.

Drummer Eddie Fisher of OneRepublic is 44.

Actress Sarah Paulson ("American Horror Story") is 43.

Actor Giovanni Ribisi is 43.

Actress Marissa Ribisi ("Pleasantville") is 43.

Actress Milla Jovovich ("Zoolander," ''The Fifth Element") is 42.

Singer Bree Sharp is 42.

Actress Katheryn Winnick is 40. …

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