Actor Ryan Reynolds (born Oct. 23, 1976): This once geeky Nickelodeon tween ("Fifteen") skyrocketed to hotness when he landed a starring role on ABC's "Two Guys and a Girl," followed by leading man gigs on the big screen ("National Lampoon's Van Wilder," "Just Friends:). Now he's part of the superhero club after donning tights in "Green Lantern."
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Singer "Weird Al" Yankovic (born Oct. 23, 1959)
Singer "Weird Al" Yankovic (born Oct. 23, 1959): Famous for putting his own spin on popular hit songs, "Weird Al" can count among his classics "Amish Paradise," a parody of Coolio's "Gangsta's Paradise," and "Smells Like Nirvana," a spoof of a Nirvana song. He released his 13th studio album in 2011, which made it to the Top 10 on the album charts.
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Actor Seth MacFarlane (born Oct. 26, 1973)
Actor Seth MacFarlane (born Oct. 26, 1973): Seth MacFarlane may be more recognizable as the voice of popular characters on "Family Guy" and "American Dad" and in the movie "Ted," but he's also an animator, screenwriter, director and singer. He hosted the 85th Academy Awards in 2013.
Rapper Drake (born Oct. 24, 1986)
Rapper Drake (born Oct. 24, 1986): The Canadian rapper and singer got his start as an actor playing Jimmy Brooks on the TV series "Degrassi: The Next Generation." After years of selling mixtapes of his music, Drake signed a deal with Lil Wayne's Young Money Entertainment and has since sold over five million albums worldwide.
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Singer Katy Perry (born Oct. 25, 1984)
Singer Katy Perry (born Oct. 25, 1984): She's an international pop music sensation with hits like "I Kissed a Girl" and "Firework." Perry is also known for her unique fashion style and her former marriage to comedian Russell Brand, which was included in her documentary "Katy Perry: Part of Me."
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Former First Lady Hillary Clinton (born Oct. 26, 1947)
Former First Lady Hillary Clinton (born Oct. 26, 1947): With First Lady and US Secretary of State crossed off her bucket list, Clinton has returned to the campaign trail to support Terry McAuliffe in Virginia's governor's race. Many believe it's a sign she'll be running for president in 2016.
Singer Keith Urban (born Oct. 26, 1967)
Singer Keith Urban (born Oct. 26, 1967): He is married to Oscar-winning actress Nicole Kidman but is well-known for his country music hits like "Making Memories of Us" and "Stupid Boy." He's also been confirmed to return as a judge on "American Idol" along with Harry Connick Jr. and Jennifer Lopez.
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Rosemarie DeWitt (born October 26, 1974)
Actress Rosemarie DeWitt (born October 26, 1974): She played the title character in "Rachel Getting Married," but many know her as Don Draper's free-spirited side piece in season one of "Mad Men." Trivia time: she and her husband, Ron Livingston, both had roles in "Sex and the City" (albeit hers was a one-off).
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Kelly Osbourne (born Oct. 27, 1984)
TV host Kelly Osbourne (born Oct. 27, 1984): Kelly Osbourne is the daughter of ex-rock star Ozzy Osbourne but is widely known for her foul-mouthed-family reality TV show "The Osbournes." Lately, she has toned down her bad girl image and is a fashion correspondent on the E! show "Fashion Police."
Marla Maples (born Oct. 27, 1963)
Model/actress Marla Maples (born Oct. 27, 1963): She's a model, socialite and actress (surely, you've seen the Stephen King masterpiece "Maximum Overdrive"), but everyone knows her as the ex-wife of Donald Trump.
Actress Julia Roberts (born Oct. 28, 1967)
Actress Julia Roberts (born Oct. 28, 1967): The box office owes this--wait for it--Pretty Woman a big "thank you" for the billions of dollars she's brought in with such hits as "Sleeping with the Enemy," "My Best Friend's Wedding," "Notting Hill," "Erin Brockovich," "Ocean's Eleven," and "Eat Pray Love."
Joaquin Phoenix (born Oct 28, 1974)
Actor Joaquin Phoenix (born Oct 28, 1974): It wasn't until his Oscar-nominated role in 2000's "Gladiator" that this handsome actor got himself some global attention. Since then, the younger brother of River has earned two more Oscar nods for his roles in "Walk the Line" and "The Master."
Athlete Bruce Jenner (born Oct. 28, 1949)
Athlete Bruce Jenner (born Oct. 28, 1949): He won a gold medal for the decathlon in the 1976 Montreal Summer Olympics and was a successful race car driver in the 1980s. Now Jenner spends his time as a reality TV show stepdad on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." He and Kris Jenner announced their separation after 22 years of marriage in October 2013.
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Ivanka Trump (born Oct 30, 1981)
Ivanka Trump (born Oct 30, 1981): This businesswoman, mother, former model and daughter of Donald Trump turns a mere 32 years old this year, with accomplishments under her belt that transcend her years. Maybe she should try out for "The Apprentice."
Piper Perabo (born Oct. 31, 1976)
Actress Piper Perabo (born Oct. 31, 1976): She came to light in "Coyote Ugly" back in 2000. Since then, she's landed movie roles here and there, but nothing that's contributed to her popularity more than her current role as Annie Walker on USA's "Covert Affairs," for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe.
Journalist Dan Rather (born Oct. 31, 1931)
Journalist Dan Rather (born Oct. 31, 1931): Rather was the highly respected news anchor for the "CBS Evening News" for 24 years. Throughout his career, Rather reported on historic and influential events such as the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the Watergate scandal.
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Singer Willow Smith (born Oct. 31, 2000)
Singer Willow Smith (born Oct. 31, 2000): This hair whipper and celebrity spawn of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith is only 13 years old and probably way cooler than you.
Actress Jenny McCarthy (born Nov. 1, 1972)
Actress Jenny McCarthy (born Nov. 1, 1972): Jenny McCarthy is famous as a former Playboy Playmate and for her romances with actor Jim Carrey and Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher. McCarthy landed a co-hosting gig on "The View" in 2013 nd is romantically linked to former boy bander Donnie Wahlberg.
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Actor Matthew McConaughey (born Nov. 4, 1969)
Actor Matthew McConaughey (born Nov. 4, 1969): Matthew McConaughey had his breakout role in the 1993 film "Dazed and Confused" and hasn't slowed down since. He has appeared in a long list of movies that cross genres, such as "A Time to Kill," "The Wedding Planner" and "Magic Mike." In his next movie, he plays an AIDS patient, a role that required him to drop 30 pounds.
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Actress Toni Collette (born Nov. 1, 1972)
Actress Toni Collette (born Nov. 1, 1972): Most of us remember Australian actress Toni Collette from the films "Muriel's Wedding" and "The Sixth Sense." Although she continues to star in hit movies, she also earned an Emmy and a Golden Globe award for playing the lead role in the Showtime TV series "United States of Tara," which was canceled.
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Roseanne Barr (born Nov. 3, 1952)
Roseanne Barr (born Nov. 3, 1952): The former stand-up comic gained fame from her hit TV sitcom "Roseanne," which aired from 1988 to 1997 and earned her an Emmy and a Golden Globe award. Since then she has had a talk show and a reality TV show. She entered the 2012 presidential race as nominee of the Peace and Freedom Party.
Fashion editor Anna Wintour (born Nov. 3, 1949)
Fashion editor Anna Wintour (born Nov. 3, 1949): Anna Wintour has been editor-in-chief for Vogue magazine since 1988 and is highly respected in the fashion world. In 2003, her former assistant wrote the best-selling book "The Devil Wears Prada," which was later made into a movie starring Meryl Streep as a fashion editor believed to be based on Wintour.
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Ex-first lady Laura Bush (born Nov. 4, 1946)
Ex-first lady Laura Bush (born Nov. 4, 1946): Laura Bush is the wife of the 43rd US president, George W. Bush. During her time at the White House, Laura Bush worked on initiatives that dealt with health, education and literacy. According to a Gallup poll, she was also ranked as one of the most popular first ladies.
Rapper Sean Combs (born Nov. 4, 1969)
Rapper Sean Combs (born Nov. 4, 1969): He is a music mogul who founded Bad Boy Records in 1993 and launched the careers of the late rapper Notorious B.I.G. and other big artists. Outside of music, Combs owns two clothing lines, a movie production company and two restaurants.
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Actress Tilda Swinton (born Nov. 5, 1960)
Actress Tilda Swinton (born Nov. 5, 1960): This Oscar-winning British actress has appeared in critically acclaimed films such as "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," "The Chronicles of Narnia" and "Burn After Reading." Next up, she can be seen playing an octogenarian in Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel."
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Journalist Maria Shriver (born Nov. 6, 1955)
Journalist Maria Shriver (born Nov. 6, 1955): She is an award-winning journalist, author of six best-selling books and a member of the Kennedy family. She is also the wife of actor and former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, from whom she separated in 2011, following his love child scandal.
Actress Emma Stone (born Nov. 6, 1988)
Actress Emma Stone (born Nov. 6, 1988): Emma Stone earned a Golden Globe nomination in 2010 for the film "Easy A" and then starred in the successful films "The Help" and "Crazy, Stupid, Love." She also starred opposite her real-life beau, Andrew Garfield, in "The Amazing Spider-Man."
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Actor Ethan Hawke (born Nov. 6, 1970)
Actor Ethan Hawke (born Nov. 6, 1970): Ethan Hawke has been in movies since the late 1980s with films such as "Dead Poets Society," "Reality Bites" and "Training Day" under his belt. He met his first wife, actress Uma Thurman, on the set of the 1997 film "Gattaca." He's also a well-known theater actor and was nominated for a Tony Award for the play "The Coast of Utopia" in 2006.
Joni Mitchell (born Nov. 7, 1943)
Singer Joni Mitchell (born Nov. 7, 1943): She's a singer. She's a songwriter. She's a painter. She's also the woman who will always be known as the "Big Yellow Taxi" crooner.
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Chef Gordon Ramsay (born Nov. 8, 1966)
Chef Gordon Ramsay (born Nov. 8, 1966): This hot-tempered British chef and reality TV star has owned some of the finest restaurants. He became internationally known with his TV show "Kitchen Nightmares," in which he swooped into troubled restaurants and mentored (bullied?) the restaurateurs onto a more successful path. He is also a host on cooking competition TV shows, including "Hell's Kitchen" and "MasterChef."
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Actor Tracy Morgan (born Nov. 10, 1968)
Actor Tracy Morgan (born Nov. 10, 1968): The "30 Rock" star and "Saturday Night Live" alum started his career as Hustle Man on the TV sitcom "Martin." In 2003, he starred in "The Tracy Morgan Show," which was canceled after one season. He also appeared in movies such as "Cop Out" with Bruce Willis and "The Longest Yard" with Adam Sandler and Chris Rock.
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio (born Nov. 11, 1974)
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio (born Nov. 11, 1974): This A-list actor stole our hearts as little Luke Brower on the '90s sitcom "Growing Pains." Since then, he has become a leading man in a number of notable films including "Titanic," "Catch Me If You Can," "The Departed" and "Inception."
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Actress Anne Hathaway (born Nov. 12, 1982)
Actress Anne Hathaway (born Nov. 12, 1982): This pixie-haired actress had her breakthrough role in the 2001 film "The Princess Diaries." Since then, she landed coveted roles in movies such as "The Dark Knight Rises," "The Devil Wears Prada" and "Les Miserables," for which she won an Oscar.
Comedian Whoopi Goldberg (born Nov. 13, 1955)
Comedian Whoopi Goldberg (born Nov. 13, 1955): Whoopi Goldberg is well-known as a former stand-up comedian, an Oscar-winning actress and an outspoken co-host on the daytime TV talk show "The View." Her hit 1990s film "Sister Act" was made into a Broadway musical in 2011 and continues to get rave reviews.
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Comedian Jimmy Kimmel (born Nov. 13, 1967)
Comedian Jimmy Kimmel (born Nov. 13, 1967): He is a longtime comedian and host of "Jimmy Kimmel Live." Kimmel is also known for hosting shows on Comedy Central such as "The Man Show" and "Win Ben Stein's Money," not to mention this year's Emmy Awards on NBC. He dated comedian Sarah Silverman for five years before getting married to his co-head writer Molly McNearney over in the summer of 2013.
Actor Josh Duhamel (born Nov. 14, 1972)
Actor Josh Duhamel (born Nov. 14, 1972): New dad and husband to Fergie, this "Las Vegas" actor is looking better than ever now that he's officially in his 40s.
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Prince Charles (born Nov. 14, 1948)
Britain's Prince Charles (born Nov. 14, 1948): The oldest child of Queen Elizabeth II and husband of the late Princess Diana, Prince C. has also fathered Princes William and Harry and is the new grandpa of the future King of Britain: Prince George of Cambridge. Not bad for a hexagenarian.
Actor Danny DeVito (born Nov. 17, 1944)
Actor Danny DeVito (born Nov. 17, 1944): Danny DeVito is best known for starring in the sitcom "Taxi" as well as popular films like "Twins" and "The War of the Roses." He currently plays Frank Reynolds on the TV show "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." He and his wife of 30 years, actress Rhea Perlman, announced their separation last year to the shock of many.
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Director Martin Scorsese (born Nov. 17, 1942)
Director Martin Scorsese (born Nov. 17, 1942): The Italian Godfather of cinema, Scorsese directed "Taxi Driver," "Raging Bull," "Goodfellas," "Casino" and won a Best Director Oscar for "The Departed" in 2006. Don't *#@! (mess) with this guy.
Politician John Boehner (born Nov. 17, 1949)
Politician John Boehner (born Nov. 17, 1949): John Boehner is the current speaker of the US House of Representatives. He has represented Ohio in Congress since 1991. His legislative accomplishments include his work on the Freedom to Farm Act and the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001.
Actor Owen Wilson (born Nov. 18, 1968)
Actor Owen Wilson (born Nov. 18, 1968): This funny actor is often recognized by his bumped nose, the result of him breaking it twice. He is known for films such as "Wedding Crashers," "Meet the Parents" and "Zoolander." He is rumored to be reprising his role in the "Zoolander" sequel. In 2011, he became a father to a baby boy named Robert Ford Wilson.
Actress Meg Ryan (born Nov. 19, 1961)
Actress Meg Ryan (born Nov. 19, 1961): Anyone who has seen "When Harry Met Sally" can remember Meg Ryan's memorable restaurant scene. After that film, she was cast in several romantic comedies, including "Sleepless in Seattle," "City of Angels" and "You've Got Mail." She was married to actor Dennis Quaid for 10 years but is now dating singer John Mellencamp.
Actress Jodie Foster (Nov. 19, 1962)
Actress Jodie Foster (Nov. 19, 1962): Her role as a pre-teen prostitute in the fellow Scorpio-directed "Taxi Driver" (Martin Scorsese) catapulted her to fame, but her star kept rising with her Oscar-winning roles in "The Accused," "The Silence of the Lambs," and her Oscar-nominated performance in "Nell."
Calvin Klein (born Nov. 19, 1942)
Fashion designer Calvin Klein (born Nov. 19, 1942): The fashion icon gets better with age, just like a well-worn pair of jeans. Or in Marky Mark's case, boxer briefs.
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TV host Larry King (born Nov. 19, 1933)
TV host Larry King (born Nov. 19, 1933): He was the longtime host of the CNN show "Larry King Live," reportedly performing 60,000 interviews in his career. He left CNN in 2010 and co-founded Ora TV, which signed an exclusive deal with Hulu to play King's new talk Web series, "Larry King Now."
Vice President Joe Biden (born Nov. 20, 1942)
Vice President Joe Biden (born Nov. 20, 1942): Joe Biden is vice president of the United States and a former US senator from Delaware. He ran for president twice but had to drop out early both times. In his role now, Biden helped with the Obama stimulus plan and worked on several bipartisan deals in Congress.
TV host Michael Strahan (born Nov. 21, 1971)
TV host Michael Strahan (born Nov. 21, 1971): To many football fans, Michael Strahan will always be remembered as one of the best players for the New York Giants. Today he is on TV as a football analyst on "FOX NFL Sunday" and as the newest co-host on "Live! With Kelly and Michael" alongside Kelly Ripa.
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Icelandic singer Bjork (born Nov. 21, 1965)
Icelandic singer Bjork (born Nov. 21, 1965): Many folks think of "that terrible swan costume" when hearing this musician's name, but this alt-rocker has been nominated for more than a dozen Grammy awards, not to mention an Oscar for her starring role in the indie film "Dancer in the Dark."
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Goldie Hawn (born Nov. 21, 1945)
Actress Goldie Hawn (born Nov. 21, 1945): That cutsie smile made her famous on TV's "Laugh In," and then again in the movies -- "Private Benjamin," "Death Becomes Her," and "The First Wives Club." But Goldie will never be able to shed her most famous roles as longtime domestic partner of Kurt Russell and mom to Kate Hudson.
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Actress Scarlett Johansson (born Nov. 22, 1984)
Actress Scarlett Johansson (born Nov. 22, 1984): Scarlett Johansson is often called a modern Hollywood sex symbol, and her career seems to be just as hot. After starring in films such as "Lost in Translation" and "Girl With a Pearl Earring," Johansson was linked to Sean Penn and Justin Timberlake before her brief marriage to Ryan Reynolds, a fellow Scorp.
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Actress Jamie Lee Curtis (born Nov. 22, 1958)
Actress Jamie Lee Curtis (born Nov. 22, 1958): This longtime actress made her debut in the 1978 horror flick "Halloween" and has continued to add memorable films to her list, including "Trading Places," "My Girl," "True Lies" and a remake of "Freaky Friday" with Lindsay Lohan. She is also the godmother to actor Jake Gyllenhaal.