Who May be Sharing Your Birthday? Find Out Which Celebrities are Turning a Year Older!
You've made it to Friday and if today is your birthday, Happy Birthday!!! Here is a look at some of the celebrities that share your birthday!
Born the fifth of 10 children in Spring Valley, New York, he learned music form his preacher father.
He went on to win the second season of “The Voice” and has worked with Mary J. Blige and Alicia Keys.
Born to actor parents, Kate grew up to get the lead female role in “Pearl Harbor” after Charlize Theron pulled out to film “Sweet November.”
You may best know her for playing a vampire in “Underworld” and a vampire hunter in “Van Helsing.”
What you may not know is that she 10 pounds for “Van Helsing” and another 10 pounds for her role in “The Aviator.”
This “Entourage” star once shared an apartment with John Cusack and often appears in his movies.
He also has played drums for most of his life and is an avid fan of the Chicago Bears.
She was born to an American voice teacher and a German opera singer.
She’s performed in “Demolition Man”, “The Blind Side” and “Miss Congeniality”, but is said to hate musicals and vows never to participate in one.
According to reports, she used to live in the same Los Angeles apartment where actor Ashton Kutcher lived when he moved to L.A. He found out because he used to get her mail.
Despite her Russian birth name and ancestry, Helen Mirren doesn’t speak Russian, but she can speak French.
She is the only actress to play both Queen Elizabeth I and Queen Elizabeth II and has played a queen six times during her career.
If you look closely, she has a tattoo of a star on her left hand, that she got at a Native American reservation in Minnesota.
Mick Jagger met Keith Richards when he was four, but little did we know that they would grow up to be one of the most successful bands in history, The Rolling Stones.
If you check your iPod, you can hear him sing back-up vocals on the Carly Simon’s "You're So Vain” and he appears on The Jacksons’ song “State of Shock.”
Kevin Spacey doesn’t talk much about his family, but we know he was the youngest of three children born to a personal secretary and a technical writer in New Jersey.
He once burned his sister’s tree house down and was sent off to military school. He was then expelled from that school for throwing a tire at a classmate.
That hasn’t stopped him from having a great career, starring in “American Beauty” and “The Usual Suspects.”
Twice, he has been a mad bald man on film as Dr. Evil in “Austin Powers in Goldmember” and Lex Luthor in “Superman Returns.”
James Best was the sixth of seven children and had to go to an orphanage at the age of 3.
He may be best known for his role as Sheriff P. Coltrane on “The Dukes of Hazzard.”
He also formed an acting school and taught Burt Reynolds, Clint Eastwood, Gary Busey, Farrah Fawcett and Quentin Tarantino.