Grapevine with Royson James and Elaine Thompson


November 19, 2014


  If today is your birthday, then you share it with the following celebs:   Tyga (Born as Michael Ray Nguyen-Stevenson, he became a Grammy Award-winning rapper for 'Deuces,' which he performed with Chris Brown and Kevin McCall in 2010.) - 25   Jodie Foster (Child actress who grew up to star as Clarice Starling in Silence of the Lambs. She received an Academy Award nomination for her portrayal of a child prostitute in the 1976 film Taxi Driver.) - 52   Calvin Klein (Fashion designer recognized revolutionizing men's underwear. He is known for his red carpet runway looks and ready-to-wear accessory lines.) - 72   Meg Ryan (Cute actress who starred in several romantic comedies, including Sleepless in Seattle. In 1997, she appeared in Addicted to Love and in 1998, she appeared in You've Got Mail.) - 53   Larry King (TV and radio interviewer, author, and columnist who gained widespread interest for the Larry King Live Show.) - 81   Allison Janney (Played C.J. Cregg on the show The West Wing and began starring in the show Mom in 2013.) - 55   Ted Turner (Media mogul who founded CNN and Turner Broadcasting. He pioneered the idea of a superstation on cable television. He was nicknamed The Mouth of the South and Captain Outrageous.) - 76   Jack Dorsey (Co-founder of Twitter. On March 21, 2006, he sent the first ever ‘Tweet’ when he wrote “Just setting up my twttr”.) - 38   Erika Alexander (Rose to fame for playing cousin Pam Tucker on the popular television series The Cosby Show, starring Bill Cosby. ) - 45   Jason Scott Lee (Portrayed the titular legendary martial arts star in the 1993 film Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story. He also became known for playing Mowgli in the 1994 rendition of The Jungle Book.) - 48   Gail Devers (Competed in the Olympics three times as a track super star, performing in track and field events for the US Olympic Team.) - 48   Dan Haggerty (Actor nicknamed Grizzly Adams due to the role he played in The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams.) - 73   Eleanor Audley (1905-1991: Voice and physical model for two of Disney's greatest villainesses: the wicked stepmother in Cinderella and the evil fairy Maleficent in Sleeping Beauty.) - would have been   Savion Glover (Tap dancer and choreographer who won a Tony Award for Best Choreography for Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk in 1996.) - 41   Source:





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