Anna Faris turns 41 today

Celebrity birthdays for Nov. 29

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Celebrity Birthdays for Nov. 29:

Actress Anna Faris (Mom,Scary Movie) is 41.

Hall of Fame sportscaster Vin Scully is 90.

Rock guitarist Barry Goudreau, formerly of the group Boston, is 66.

Actor-comedian Howie Mandel is 62.

Singer Jonathan Knight of New Kids on the Block is 49.

Rapper The Game (born Jayceon Taylor) is 38.

Actress Janina Gavankar is 37.

Canadian jazz guitarist Ed Bickert is 85.

Blues musician John Mayall is 84.

Actress Diane Ladd is 82.

Musician Chuck Mangione is 77.

Songwriter Mark James is 77.

Country singer Jody Miller is 76.

Singer-keyboardist Felix Cavaliere of The Rascals is 75.

Actor Jeff Fahey is 65.

Director Joel Coen is 63.

Actress Cathy Moriarty is 57.

Actress Kim Delaney (“NYPD Blue”) is 56.

Actor Tom Sizemore is 56.

Actor Andrew McCarthy is 55.

Actor Don Cheadle is 53.

Actor-producer Neill Barry is 52.

Musician Wallis Buchanan is 52.

Rock musician Martin Carr (Boo Radleys) is 49.

Actress Jennifer Elise Cox is 48.

Actor Larry Joe Campbell (“According to Jim”) is 47.

Keyboardist Frank Delgado of Deftones is 47.

Actress Paola Turbay (“True Blood”) is 47.

Actress Gena Lee Nolin is 46.

Contemporary Christian singer Crowder is 46.

Actor Brian Baumgartner (“The Office”) is 45.

Actor Julian Ovenden (“Downton Abbey”) is 42.

Actress Lauren German (“Chicago Fire”) is 39.

Gospel singer James Fortune is 39.

Drummer Ringo Garza of Los Lonely Boys is 36.

Actor-comedian John Milhiser (“Saturday Night Live”) is 36.

Actor Lucas Black (“NCIS: New Orleans,” “Sling Blade”) is 35.

NFL quarterback Russell Wilson is 29.

Actor Diego Boneta (“Scream Queens”) is 27.

Actress Laura Marano is 22.

Actress Lovie Simone (TV: “Greenleaf”) is 19.

Also born on this date (death in parentheses):

In 1818, George Brown, Scottish-born Canadian journalist, politician and one of the Fathers of Confederation. (May 9, 1880)

In 1832, novelist Louisa May Alcott. (March 6, 1888)

In 1885, Canadian dance band leader Luigi Romanelli. (July 29, 1942)

In 1898, novelist C.S. Lewis (Chronicles of Narnia). (Nov. 22, 1963)

In 1911, composer Walter Kent. (March 2, 1994)

In 1912, Canadian broadcaster John Fisher. (Feb. 15, 1981)

In 1916, Canadian diplomat Arthur Menzies. (March 4, 2010)

In 1917, country singer Merle Travis. (Oct. 20, 1983)

In 1924, Canadian arranger and conductor Jack Kane. (March 27, 1961)

In 1932, pop singer John Gary. (Jan. 4, 1998)

In 1940, Canadian singer Denny Doherty (“The Mamas and the Papas”). (Jan. 19, 2007)

In 1949, Canadian folk musician Stan Rogers. (June 2, 1983)

In 1949, comedian Garry Shandling. (March 24, 2016)

In 1951, rhythm-and-blues performer Roger Troutman. (April 25, 1999)

In 1974, NHL player Pavol Demitra. (Sept. 7, 2011)

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