Lou Bega is 43 today

Celebrity birthdays for April 13

  • Apr. 13, 2018 1:30 a.m.

Lou Bega

(AP) — Celebrity birthdays for April 13:

Singer Lou Bega is 43.

Actor Lyle Waggoner (The Carol Burnett Show) is 83.

Musician Jack Casady of Jefferson Airplane is 74.

Singer Al Green is 72.

Drummer Max Weinberg of the E Street Band (and Late Night With Conan O’Brien) is 67.

Actor Glenn Howerton (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) is 42.

Movie director Stanley Donen is 94.

Actor Edward Fox is 81.

Actor Paul Sorvino is 79.

Singer Lester Chambers of The Chambers Brothers is 78.

Movie-TV composer Bill Conti is 76.

Actor Tony Dow (“Leave It To Beaver”) is 73.

Guitarist Roy Loney (Flamin’ Groovies) is 72.

Actor Ron Perlman is 68.

Actor William Sadler (“Wonderfalls,” “Roswell”) is 68.

Singer Peabo Bryson is 67.

Bluegrass singer-musician Sam Bush is 66.

Keyboardist Jimmy Destri (Blondie) is 64.

Actress Saundra Santiago (“Miami Vice”) is 61.

Comedian Gary Kroeger is 61.

Guitarist Joey Mazzola of Sponge is 57.

Chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov is 55.

Actress Page Hannah (TV’s “Fame”) is 54.

Actress-comedian Caroline Rhea (“Sabrina the Teenage Witch,” “The Biggest Loser”) is 54.

Golfer Davis Love III is 54.

Bassist Lisa Umbarger (The Toadies) is 53.

Guitarist Marc Ford (Black Crowes) is 52.

Reggae singer Capleton is 51.

Actor Ricky Schroder is 48.

Singer Aaron Lewis of Staind is 46.

Actor Bokeem Woodbine (TV’s “Fargo,” “Saving Grace”) is 45.

Actor Kyle Howard is 40.

Actress Kelli Giddish (“Law and Order: SVU”) is 38.

Actress Courtney Peldon (“Boston Public”) is 37.

Singer Nellie McKay is 36.

Rapper Ty Dolla $ign is 36.

Folk singer-songwriter Basia Bulat is 34.

Actress Allison Williams (“Girls”) is 30.

Actress Hannah Marks is 25.

Also born on this date (death in parentheses):

In 1743, Thomas Jefferson, third president of the United States. (July 4, 1826)

In 1825, Canadian politician Thomas D’Arcy McGee. (April 7, 1868)

In 1852, Frank Winfield Woolworth, founder of Woolworth’s. (April 8, 1919)

In 1866, outlaw Butch Cassidy. (Nov. 6, 1908)

In 1892, British physicist Sir Robert Watson-Watt, inventor of radar. (Dec. 5, 1973)

In 1899, Alfred Butts, inventor of Scrabble. (April 4, 1993)

In 1906, tenor saxophonist Bud Freeman. (March 15, 1991)

In 1906, writer Samuel Beckett. (Dec. 22, 1989)

In 1908, singer Bob Nolan (Sons of the Pioneers). (June 16, 1980)

In 1919, singer-actor Howard Keel. (Nov. 7, 2004)

In 1923, actor Don Adams. (Sept. 25, 2005)

In 1931, Jon Stone, Sesame Street co-creator. (March 13, 1997)

In 1937, playwright Lanford Wilson. (March 24, 2011)

In 1939, poet Seamus Heaney. (Aug. 30, 2013)

In 1945, singer Lowell George (Little Feat). (June 29, 1979)

In 1949, author-journalist Christopher Hitchens. (Dec. 15, 2011)

In 1962, guitarist Hillel Slovak (Red Hot Chili Peppers). (June 25, 1988)

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