Jun 21, 2014 | G-BLOG | 0 comments


If you’re celebrating your birthday this weekend, then you share it with the following celebs:
Saturday June 21, 2014
Prince William (The eldest son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana who is second in line, after his father, to become the head of the 53-member Commonwealth of Nations and the constitutional monarch of 16 sovereign states.) – 32
Lana Del Rey (Singer-songwriter whose breakout song “Video Games” propelled her to fame in 2011. She is known for her dramatic on-stage presence and unique voice.) – 28
Rebecca Black (Pop singer who received widespread attention for the viral hit “Friday,” which became notorious as the worst song ever. She released “Sing It” and “In Your Words” in 2012.) – 17
Juliette Lewis (She played rebellious roles in Cape Fear and Natural Born Killers. She also played a memorable role in What’s Eating Gilbert Grape.) – 41
Erica Durance (Teen Choice Award-nominated actress who rose to fame for portraying Lois Lane in the long-running series Smallville and also appeared in the thriller The Butterfly Effect 2.) – 36
Meredith Baxter (Portrayed television mom Elyse Keaton on Family Ties with Michael J. Fox. She also acted in Dan Vs. from 2011 to 2013.) – 67
Sharna Burgess (Ballroom dancer and reality television personality. She competed on the Australian and American versions of Dancing with the Stars and worked as an assistant choreographer for So You Think You Can Dance.) – 29
Michael Gross (Played TV dad, Steven Keaton on the television show, Family Ties with Michael J. Fox and is also notable for his role in the Tremors film franchise.) – 67
Bernie Kopell (Played the role of the famous Doc on the television series, The Love Boat.) – 81
Doug Savant (Played the roles of Tom Scavo in the ABC hit television series, Desperate Housewives and Matt Fielding in Melrose Place.) – 50
Saturday June 22, 2014
Meryl Streep (Legendary actress who starred in Kramer vs. Kramer, received over 17 Academy Award nominations, and won an Oscar for Sophie’s Choice in 1983. Her other well-known films include Mamma Mia!, Out of Africa, and The Devil Wears Prada.) – 65
Cyndi Lauper (Flamboyant pop singer who first gained notoriety for her playful track “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” and who is an outspoken LGBT rights activist.) – 61
Carson Daly (Host of MTV Total Request Live who later got his own late-night show, Last Call with Carson Daly.) – 41
Kris Kristofferson (Actor who starred in Semi-Tough but began as a country singer-songwriter, releasing hits like “Why Me.”) – 78
Kurt Warner (NFL quarterback who led the St. Louis Rams to their first Super Bowl victory in 2000. He won 2 NFL MVP Awards in 1999 and 2001, while leading the Rams offense that was known as the Greatest Show on Turf.) – 43
Donald Faison (He played a hilarious and endearing role as Dr. Chris Turk on Scrubs. In 2000, he co-starred in Remember the Titans and in 2013, he played a supporting role in Kick-Ass 2.) – 40
Tim Russ (Best known for his role as Lieutenant Commander Tuvok on the television series, Star Trek: Voyager and as Principal Franklin on iCarly.) – 58
Ed Bradley (1941-2006: CBS investigative journalist remembered for his more than two-decade-long association with 60 Minutes. He also anchored CBS Sunday Night with Ed Bradley and received nineteen Emmy Awards over the course of his career.) – would have been 73 years old on Saturday.
Source: FamousBirthdays.com/Image: TrekNews.ne

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