Country singer Tracy Byrd turns 52 today. If you know a country music fan, buy one Tracy's albums and give them the Byrd.
Mr. President from "Independence Day," Bill Pullman, turns 65 today. Yes, he's older, but he's up for another invasion. "Independence Day" taught us all a valuable lesson: in times of crisis, bring in Will Smith and Harry Connick, Jr.
Eugene Levy and his eyebrows turn 72 today.
Ernie Hudson, one of the original Ghostbusters, turns 73. Not bustable yet. He ain't 'fraid of no ghosts. Who ya gonna call... several times... because he can't hear you?
Paul Rodgers, the singer with Free ("All Right Now") and Bad Company, turns 69 today.
Another one of those Rockers with a Walker.
He was the lead singer for Bad Company, back when that was a singing group and not a brokerage firm on Wall Street.
With hits like "Feel Like Makin' Love" and "Can't Get Enough of Your Love," he's gotta be minutes away from signing a Viagra deal.
Bernard Hill celebrates his 74th birthday today. He played the Captain in the movie, "Titanic." Sort of the George Bush of his time.