Jake Gyllenhaal turns 37 today

Celebrity birthdays for Dec. 19

  • Dec. 19, 2017 1:30 a.m.

Celebrity Birthdays for Dec. 19:

Actor Jake Gyllenhaal is 37.

Baseball Hall of Fame outfielder Al Kaline is 83.

Musician John McEuen (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band) is 72.

Keyboardist Doug Johnson (Loverboy) is 60.

Actor Mike Lookinland (“The Brady Bunch”) is 57.

Actor Robert MacNaughton (“E.T.”) is 51.

Magician Criss Angel is 50.

Actress Alyssa Milano is 45.

Actress Cicely Tyson is 93.

Actress Elaine Joyce is 74.

Actor Tim Reid is 73.

Country singer Janie Fricke is 70.

Jazz musician Lenny White is 68.

Pop singer Limahl (born Christopher Hamill) is 59.

Actress Jennifer Beals is 54.

Actor Scott Cohen (“Gilmore Girls”) is 53.

Golfer Lorie Kane is 53.

Actress Jessica Steen is 52.

Guitarist Klaus Eichstadt of Ugly Kid Joe is 50.

Actor Ken Marino is 49.

Actress Kristy Swanson is 48.

Model Tyson Beckford is 47.

Actress Amy Locane is 46.

Actress Rosa Blasi is 45.

Pro Football Hall-of-Famer Warren Sapp is 45.

Actress Tara Summers is 38.

Actress Marla Sokoloff (“The Practice”) is 37.

Rapper Lady Sovereign is 32.

Journalist Ronan Farrow is 30.

Model Paulina Gretzky is 29.

Also born on this date (death in parentheses):

In 1899, Baptist minister and early civil rights activist Martin Luther King Sr. (Nov. 11, 1984)

In 1906, Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev. (Nov. 10, 1982)

In 1915, legendary French chanteuse Edith Piaf. (Oct. 11, 1963)

In 1918, Professor Longhair (real name Henry Roeland Byrd), one of the greatest influences on New Orleans rock ‘n’ roll. (Jan. 30, 1980)

In 1920, country singer Little Jimmy Dickens. (Jan. 2, 2015).

In 1924, Hockey Hall of Fame defenceman Doug Harvey. (Dec. 26, 1989

In 1925, composer-lyricist Robert Sherman (“Mary Poppins”). (March 5, 2012)

In 1940, folk singer and songwriter Phil Ochs. (April 9, 1976)

In 1941, singer Maurice White of Earth, Wind and Fire. (Feb. 4, 2016)

In 1942, R&B and jazz guitarist Cornell Dupree. (May 8, 2011)

In 1944, Zal Yanovsky, lead guitarist and vocalist with “The Lovin’ Spoonful.” (Dec. 13, 2002)

In 1944, singer Alvin Lee of Ten Years After. (March 6, 2013)

In 1946, actor Robert Urich. (April 16, 2002)

In 1961, Pro Football Hall of Fame defensive end Reggie White. (Dec. 26, 2004)

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