Famous April Birthdays
Scottish plain Jane singing sensation Susan Boyle is giving up her favorite treats for a good cause this year. Find out which actress is set to portray the “Britain’s Got Talent” star in a biopic.
Also known by an alias, Jack Webb solved crimes as a dedicated police detective on a classic TV series.
Actress Jennie Garth, who is married to a “Twilight” hunk, is best known for her role as bad girl-turned good Kelly Taylor on a long-running 1990s teen drama series.
Robert Downey, Jr.
Robert Downey, Jr. is a despicable father-to-be in his newest film, but he will be saving lives again in the third installment of a superhero franchise. Also, look for the actor in a new book-to-film project.
Paula Cole rose to fame with a 1997 alternative single, which earned her a coveted award the following year.
Zach Braff played a bumbling doc on a medical comedy series and made his directorial debut with an indie coming of age hit starring a future Oscar winner.
Singer-songwriter Janis Ian won a 1975 Grammy Award for a song about adolescence (listen to it) from her album “Between the Lines”
The elder son of a late musical legend, Julian Lennon’s birth was kept secret from the public. Was he omitted from his famous father’s will?
Actress Kristen Stewart has played everything from a blood-suckers main squeeze to an infamous rocker. She’s in talks to star in a new fantasy film based on a classic fairy tale.
Action star Steven Seagal is a skilled marital artist who rose to fame in the 1990s with his role as counter-terrorist Casey Ryback in a blockbuster film series. Now, he is keeping law and order for real.
English singer-songwriter Lisa Stansfield was the lead singer of a band she formed with her husband and she hit it big in the late 1980s with a worldly love song
Late-night host David Letterman is still quick with the quips coming up on the age of 64, but he was also caught up in a sex and blackmail scandal.
As a child, Rick Schroder became a star in a sitcom about a rich family. He starred in a Western mini-series and had a recent guest spot on a show about superheroes.
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Sarah Michelle Gellar kicked supernatural butt on a teen drama series and went on to star in a scary movie.
Seth Rogan made being a nerd cool in a short-lived TV series about outcasts and a hit movie. Now, he’s a superhero
Veteran actress Ellen Barkin has starred in many successful films, including a noir crime thriller. She got a large chunk of change from her 2006 divorce.
Former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham has become a fashion icon and is well-known for her marriage to a superstar athlete and their growing brood.
After a late-night debacle that spawned a legendary feud, comedian Conan O’Brien finally landed a show on a cable channel and inspired a movement.
Golden-haired actress Kate Hudson is pregnant with a rocker’s child.
Colin Powell is a retired four-star general in the United States Army who served an important role under a controversial president.
He found love through domestic chores on TV, but the former “Taxi” star recently filed for divorce.
Comedian and actress Sherri Shepherd rose to fame on a TV series about office shenanigans before she became a co-host of a daytime show.
Lee Majors is a TV icon known for his role as a bionic ex-astronaut and was married to a fallen angel.
Academy Award-winner Barbra Streisand’s latest film project has fallen through, but look for the stage and screen star in a road trip comedy next year.
Everyone knows not to mess with Al Pacino, who famously portrayed a mobster in a legendary film series. His role as a blind retired Army officer earned him an Academy Award.
Carol Burnett earned respect as a comedienne with her own sketch comedy show that aired for 11 years. She guest starred in a popular musical TV show last year.
Disc jockey Casey Kasem handled requests and dedication as the host of a popular syndicated radio program.
Spanish actress and new mother Penelope Cruz will battle pirates in her next film
Tennis pro Andre Agassi is one of three players to achieve an impressive career stat. He retired after suffering major health woes.
Georgia native Dianna Agron was on a teen crime-solving series before she became a member of William McKinley’s glee club