Jonah Hill is 34 today

Celebrity birthdays for Dec. 20

Celebrity Birthdays for Dec. 20:

Actor Jonah Hill is 34.

Actor Tommy Cole (The Mickey Mouse Club) is 76.

Former KISS drummer Peter Criss is 72.

Producer Dick Wolf (Law & Order) is 71.

Actress Jenny Agutter (Call the Midwife) is 65.

Singer Billy Bragg is 60.

Singer Chris Robinson (The Black Crowes) is 51.

Singer JoJo is 27.

Drummer Bobby Colomby of Blood, Sweat and Tears is 73.

Psychic/illusionist Uri Geller is 71.

Musician Alan Parsons is 69.

Actor Michael Badalucco (“The Practice”) is 63.

Actress Blanche Baker (“Shakedown,” “Holocaust”) is 61.

Singer-bassist Mike Watt (The Minutemen, fIREHOSE) is 60.

Canadian Motorsport Hall-of-Famer Scott Goodyear is 58.

Actor Joel Gretsch (“V”) is 54.

Country singer Kris Tyler is 53.

Actress Nicole deBoer is 47.

Movie director Todd Phillips is 47.

Singer David Cook (“American Idol”) is 35.

Actor Bob Morley is 33.

Also born on this date (death in parentheses):

In 1898, actress Irene Dunne. (Sept. 4, 1990)

In 1917, actress Audrey Totter. (Dec. 12, 2013)

In 1920, actress Kathryn Joosten. (June 2, 2012)

In 1921, film director George Roy Hill (“Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” “The Sting”). (Dec. 27, 2002)

In 1924, jazz musician Arne Domnerus. (Sept. 2, 2008)

In 1924, Canadian politician/author/broadcaster Judy LaMarsh. (Oct. 27, 1980)

In 1927, comedian Charlie Callas. (Jan. 27, 2011)

In 1932, author Gloria Sawai. (July 20, 2011)

In 1932, actor John Hillerman (“Magnum P.I.”). (Nov. 9, 2017)

In 1939, actress Kathryn Joosten. (June 2, 2012)

In 1946, actor John Spencer. (Dec. 16, 2005)

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