Jude Law is 45 today

celebrity birthdays for Dec. 29

  • Dec. 29, 2017 1:30 a.m.

Celebrity Birthdays for Dec. 29:

Actor Jude Law is 45.

Actress Barbara Steele is 80.

Actor Jon Voight is 79.

Actor Ted Danson is 70.

NFL head coach Sean Payton is 54.

Actor Michael Cudlitz (The Walking Dead) is 53.

Singer Dexter Holland of The Offspring is 52.

Actress Alison Brie is 35.

Actress Jane Levy (“Suburgatory”) is 28.

Country singer Rose Lee Maphis is 95.

Actress Inga Swenson (“Benson”) is 85.

Former ABC newscaster Tom Jarriel is 83.

Country singer Ed Bruce is 78.

Flutist Ray Thomas (Moody Blues) is 76.

Singer-commedienne Dinah Christie is 75.

Singer Marianne Faithfull is 71.

Hall of Fame Jockey Laffit Pincay Jr. is 71.

Singer-actress Yvonne Elliman is 66.

Actress Patricia Clarkson is 58.

Comedian Paula Poundstone is 58.

Guitarist-singer Jim Reid of The Jesus And Mary Chain is 56.

Alpine skier Liisa Savijarvi is 54.

Actor Jason Gould is 51.

Actor-comedian Mystro Clark is 51.

News anchor Ashleigh Banfield is 50.

Director Lilly Wachowski (formerly Andy Wachowski) (“The Matrix”) is 50.

Actress Jennifer Ehle is 48.

Actor Patrick Fischler is 48.

Singer-guitarist Glen Phillips (Toad the Wet Sprocket) is 47.

Actor Kevin Weisman (“Alias”) is 47.

Actress Maria Dizzia (“Orange Is The New Black”) is 43.

Actor Mekhi Phifer is 43.

Actor Shawn Hatosy (“Reckless,” “The Faculty”) is 42.

Actress Katherine Moennig is 40.

Actor Diego Luna is 38.

Country singer Jessica Andrews is 34.

Singer Alexa Ray Joel is 32.

Actor Iain de Caestecker is 30.

Singer-actor-dancer Ross Lynch is 22.

Also born on this date (death in parentheses):

In 1808, U.S President Andrew Johnson. (July 31, 1875)

In 1914, bandleader Billy Tipton, born Dorothy Lucille Tipton. (Jan. 21, 1989)

In 1923, actress Dina Merrill. (May 22, 2017)

In 1927, Canadian singer Marg Osburne. (July 16, 1977)

In 1934, actor Ed Flanders. (Feb. 22, 1995)

In 1936, actress Mary Tyler Moore. (Jan. 25, 2017)

In 1936, Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Nitschke. (March 8, 1998)

In 1943, “KISS” band manager Bill Aucoin. (June 28, 2010)

In 1943, Rick Danko, bass player with “The Band.” (Dec. 10, 1999)

In 1947, drummer Cozy Powell. (April 5, 1998)

In 1950, actor Jon Polito. (Sept. 2, 2016)

In 1951, Quebec singer Georges Thurston. (June 18, 2007)

In 1973, rapper Pimp C (born Chad Butler) of Underground Kingz. (Dec. 4, 2007)

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