Rocker Bruce Springsteen (born Sept. 23, 1949): Also known as the Boss, Springsteen has been on the music scene since 1975. Top songs? Too many to list, but they include 'Born in the USA' and 'I'm on Fire.'
Brian Rasic/Rex Features
Actor Mickey Rooney (born Sept. 23, 1920)
Actor Mickey Rooney (born Sept. 23, 1920): His career spans an amazing nine decades, as he started working when we was just a baby. He later had roles in silent comedies and has acted in dozens of TV shows and movies. He's still acting in 2012.
Singer Julio Iglesias (born Sept. 23, 1943)
Singer Julio Iglesias (born Sept. 23, 1943): He's the father of heartthrob singer Enrique Iglesias but known worldwide as a Latin music icon. Julio started his career in the late '60s and has since sold more than 300 million records. He's considered one of the best-selling artists of all time.
Miquel Benitez/Getty Images
Actor Will Smith (born Sept. 25, 1968)
Actor Will Smith (born Sept. 25, 1968): He made a name for himself as the rapper the Fresh Prince, which led him to star on the hit TV sitcom 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.' He's also starred in a long list of blockbuster films such as 'Independence Day' and 'I Am Legend,' as well as popular movies like 'Men in Black' and 'Bad Boys.'
Michael Tran/FilmMagic/Getty Images
Interviewer Barbara Walters (born Sept. 25, 1929)
Interviewer Barbara Walters (born Sept. 25, 1929): Longtime TV journalist Barbara Walters is the creator of the daytime talk show 'The View' but has a lasting reputation in the news industry. She was the first female co-anchor on 'ABC Evening News,' an anchor on NBC's 'Today' for 10 years and a co-host on the news show '20/20' for 25 years.
Actor Michael Douglas (born Sept. 25, 1944)
Actor Michael Douglas (born Sept. 25, 1944): He's a veteran actor who's won two Oscars and is married to fellow Oscar-winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones. Douglas has taken on a variety of roles in all his films -- including two upcoming roles as late singer Liberace and late US president Ronald Reagan.
Singer Olivia Newton-John (born Sept. 26, 1948)
Singer Olivia Newton-John (born Sept. 26, 1948): She's an Australian singer and actress famously known for her role as Sandra Dee in the musical film 'Grease.' She's also well known on the music charts for classic hits like 'I Honestly Love You' and 'Physical.'
Singer Avril Lavigne (born Sept. 27, 1984)
Singer Avril Lavigne (born Sept. 27, 1984): She broke onto the music scene when she was 17 with her hit song 'Complicated.' She continues to make music but is also now a fashion designer for her line Abbey Dawn. She recently became engaged to Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger.
Actor-producer Shaun Cassidy (born Sept. 27, 1958)
Actor-producer Shaun Cassidy (born Sept. 27, 1958): He is the younger brother of former teen idol David Cassidy and a well-known TV writer and producer. Some of his work includes 'American Gothic,' 'Roar' -- which featured Heath Ledger -- and 'Invasion.'
Ryan Miller/Getty Images
Singer-actress Julie Andrews (born Oct. 1, 1935)
Singer-actress Julie Andrews (born Oct. 1, 1935): Known to many as Mary Poppins, Julie Andrews has a long history in musical theater and films. She continues to make films, with an upcoming role in the sequel to 'Enchanted.' She is also a children's book author.
Singer-songwriter Sting (born Oct. 2, 1951)
Singer-songwriter Sting (born Oct. 2, 1951): He is the former lead singer of the band the Police, which sold more than 50 million albums worldwide. The group broke up in the late '80s, but Sting is a highly regarded solo artist and well-known philanthropist.
Le Saux Lionel/SIPA/Rex Features
Actress Susan Sarandon (born Oct. 4, 1946)
Actress Susan Sarandon (born Oct. 4, 1946): The longtime actress won an Oscar for her role in the film 'Dead Man Walking.' She has starred in dozens of films and TV shows since 1969 -- and has plenty more in the works.
Statesman Desmond Tutu (born Oct. 7, 1931)
Statesman Desmond Tutu (born Oct. 7, 1931): He is a Nobel Peace Prize winner and the first black South African archbishop. He's also known worldwide for his active fight against apartheid, AIDS, poverty and homophobia.
Facundo Arrizabalaga/Rex Features
Singer John Mellencamp (born Oct. 7, 1951)
Singer John Mellencamp (born Oct. 7, 1951): He is one of the best-selling singers of heartland rock music, with more than 20 albums under his belt. Some of his hits include 'Hurts So Good' and 'Jack & Diane.'
Scott Legato/Getty Images
Singer Bruno Mars (born Oct. 8, 1985)
Singer Bruno Mars (born Oct. 8, 1985): The "Grenade" and "Just the Way You Are" Grammy winning hit machine will perform at the 2014 Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
Actor Matt Damon (born Oct. 8, 1970)
Actor Matt Damon (born Oct. 8, 1970): After winning an Oscar for co-writing the film 'Good Will Hunting,' Matt Damon made several hit movies -- including the first three 'Bourne' series and the 'Ocean's' trilogy. He was also voted People's 'Sexiest Man Alive' in 2007.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson (born Oct. 8, 1941)
The Rev. Jesse Jackson (born Oct. 8, 1941): He is an outspoken civil rights activist and a Baptist minister. Over the years, he has taken a stand in many high-profile news stories and against corruption in politics.
Behar Anthony/SIPA/Rex Features
Actress Sigourney Weaver (born Oct. 8, 1949)
Actress Sigourney Weaver (born Oct. 8, 1949): She may be most recognized as Ellen Ripley in all the 'Alien' films, but Sigourney Weaver has had several other notable parts in popular movies such as 'Ghostbusters,' 'Working Girl' and 'Avatar.'
Frazer Harrison/Getty Images
TV star and talk show host Sharon Osbourne (born Oct. 9, 1952)
TV star and talk show host Sharon Osbourne (born Oct. 9, 1952): She's the wife of rocker Ozzy Osbourne who became a staple of pop culture thanks to her family reality show 'The Osbournes.' She's now a host on the daytime show 'The Talk' and has been a judge on the U.K.'s 'X Factor' and 'America's Got Talent.'
Buzz Foto/Rex Features
Singer David Lee Roth (born Oct. 10, 1955)
Singer David Lee Roth (born Oct. 10, 1955): He rose to fame as the original lead singer of the popular band Van Halen and then skyrocketed to success as a solo artist with hits like 'California Girls' and 'Just a Gigolo/I Ain't Got Nobody.'
Pro golfer Michelle Wie (born Oct. 11, 1989)
Pro golfer Michelle Wie (born Oct. 11, 1989): She became a professional golfer just before turning 16 and has earned worldwide attention since. She recently graduated from Stanford and continues to tour with the LPGA.
Comedian Dick Gregory (born Oct. 12, 1932)
Comedian Dick Gregory (born Oct. 12, 1932): He is known as an influential stand-up comic who uses his skills to spread political messages on civil rights.
Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images
Actor Sacha Baron Cohen (born Oct. 13, 1971)
Actor Sacha Baron Cohen (born Oct. 13, 1971): He is famously known for his outrageous characters Ali G, Borat, Brüno and Adm. General Aladeen. However, he's switching things up for his next movie, where he will play Queen former lead singer Freddie Mercury.
Musician John Mayer (born Oct. 16, 1977)
Musician John Mayer (born Oct. 16, 1977): He won his first Grammy for the song 'Your Body Is a Wonderland.' Since then, he's been cranking out hit after hit and extending his musical talents to artists such as Demi Lovato and Frank Ocean.
Actress Suzanne Somers (born Oct. 16, 1946)
Actress Suzanne Somers (born Oct. 16, 1946): She played Chrissy Snow on the sitcom 'Three's Company' as well as Carol Lambert on 'Step by Step.' She remains in front of the cameras today -- for her beauty products, which she sells on a TV shopping network.
Matt Baron/BEI/Rex Features
Rapper Eminem (born Oct. 17, 1972)
Rapper Eminem (born Oct. 17, 1972): He's a controversial rapper who is also ranked as one of the greatest artists of all time. He also starred in the semibiographical film '8 Mile,' which earned him an Oscar for Best Original Song.
Tennis pro Martina Navratilova (born Oct. 18, 1956)
Tennis pro Martina Navratilova (born Oct. 18, 1956): She's a former tennis star who won an all-time record of 20 Wimbledon titles. Since leaving tennis, she has been on the reality shows 'I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here!' and 'Dancing With the Stars.'
Dean Treml/Getty Images
Reality TV star Ty Pennington (born Oct. 19, 1965)
Reality TV star Ty Pennington (born Oct. 19, 1965): He is widely recognized as the host of 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.' He now makes a line of furniture and is very active in philanthropic and charitable work.
Vallery Jean/FilmMagic/Getty Images
Actor John Lithgow ( born Oct. 19, 1945)
Actor John Lithgow ( born Oct. 19, 1945): He had memorable roles in the original 'Footloose' film as well as on the popular sitcom '3rd Rock From the Sun.' His acting credits start in the early '70s, and he continues to make movies and TV appearances today.
Vallery Jean/FilmMagic/Getty Images
Rapper-actor Snoop Dogg (born Oct. 20, 1971)
Rapper-actor Snoop Dogg (born Oct. 20, 1971): He's a longtime rapper whose first solo album, 'Doggystyle,' sold nearly 1 million copies in its first week of release. He's always been known for his bad-boy image but recently decided to change his name to Snoop Lion and focus on reggae music.
Reality TV show actress Kim Kardashian (born Oct. 20, 1980)
Reality TV show actress Kim Kardashian (born Oct. 20, 1980): The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star has become a pop culture phenomenon. In addition to her reality show, she's also involved in several clothing and perfume lines.
Gregg Delman/LUX/Rex Features
Professional baseball player Ichiro Suzuki (born Oct. 22, 1973)
Professional baseball player Ichiro Suzuki (born Oct. 22, 1973): The New York Yankees player gained popularity while playing for the Seattle Mariners from 2001 to 2012. He was an All-Star MVP in 2007 and has won a Gold Glove Award in his first 10 years in the major leagues.
Charles Rex Arbogast/AP
Actor Jeff Goldblum (born Oct. 22, 1952)
Actor Jeff Goldblum (born Oct. 22, 1952): He has starred in major box-office successes such as 'The Fly,' 'Jurassic Park' and 'Independence Day.' He's also made appearances on several TV shows, including the hit comedy series 'Glee.'