Thursday, November 15, 2012 10:48:00 AM | by v-lizmac
Miley Cyrus (19, born Nov. 23, 1992)
Miley Cyrus (19, born Nov. 23, 1992): This singer and actress born Destiny Hope Cyrus may be best known for her starring role in the "Hannah Montana" TV series and movie. She had a major hit with her 2009 song "Party in the U.S.A."
Robin Roberts (51, born Nov. 23, 1960)
Robin Roberts (51, born Nov. 23, 1960): She’s well known for her time on "Good Morning America," but this former college basketball standout got her start as a sports reporter and anchor. She recently underwent a bone marrow transplant following complications from breast cancer treatment.
Christina Applegate (40, born Nov. 25, 1971)
Christina Applegate (40, born Nov. 25, 1971): This actress rose to stardom as Kelly Bundy on "Married With Children." She’s worked steadily, often in comedies, since that show ended in 1997 after a 10-year run. Catch her on TV in "Up All Night," or see her next movie, a sequel to the hit "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy."
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Jenna Bush Hager (30, born Nov. 25, 1981)
Jenna Bush Hager (30, born Nov. 25, 1981): Hager and her fraternal twin Barbara are the daughters of George W. Bush, the 43rd president, and Laura Bush. Hager is a teacher’s aide, and she has written two books.
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Tina Turner (72, born Nov. 26, 1939)
Tina Turner (72, born Nov. 26, 1939): This gorgeous iconic singer had her fist big hit, "A Fool in Love," with her then-husband, Ike Turner. Her career suffered after their divorce, but she went on to have a string of hits as a solo act. Her single and album “Private Dancer” was a huge hit in 1984.
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Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg (54, born Nov. 27, 1957)
Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg (54, born Nov. 27, 1957): The only daughter of the late President John F. Kennedy and the late Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis is an author and a lawyer. She and her husband, Edwin Schlossberg, have three children.
Ed Harris (61, born Nov. 28, 1950)
Ed Harris (61, born Nov. 28, 1950): This charismatic actor has a knack for playing NASA types. He starred as John Glenn in "The Right Stuff" and as Flight Director Gene Kranz in "Apollo 13." He has been nominated for four Oscars, including one for his lead role in "Pollock."
Jon Stewart (49, born Nov. 28, 1962)
Jon Stewart (49, born Nov. 28, 1962): You know him from "The Daily Show," which blends comedy, fake news and incisive political commentary. He has also hosted the Oscars, done stand-up and played supporting roles in a few Adam Sandler movies, such as "Big Daddy."
Howie Mandel (56, born Nov. 29, 1955)
Howie Mandel (56, born Nov. 29, 1955): This funny guy has done plenty of stand-up comedy and TV shows. Until his hugely popular game show "Deal or No Deal," he may have been best known as Dr. Wayne Fiscus on the popular '80s medical drama "St. Elsewhere."
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Ben Stiller (46, born Nov. 30, 1965)
Ben Stiller (46, born Nov. 30, 1965): The "Zoolander" star is a hard-working man. He has written, acted in and directed movies, such as "Reality Bites," and TV shows, such as "The Ben Stiller Show." He starred in "Meet the Parents" and two sequels, and recently announced he is making "Zoolander 2."
Billy Idol (56, born Nov. 30, 1955)
Billy Idol (56, born Nov. 30, 1955): This rocker started his career in the punk rock band Generation X. He rose to fame with his megahit album "Rebel Yell" in 1983. He nearly lost a leg in a serious motorcycle accident in 1990. He also appeared in Oliver Stone's "The Doors" and Adam Sandler's "The Wedding Singer."
Woody Allen (76, born Dec. 1, 1935)
Woody Allen (76, born Dec. 1, 1935): Woody Allen's long career includes writing movie scripts, plays and books, acting, directing, and performing stand-up comedy and music. He has been nominated for 18 Oscars and has won three, the first for his groundbreaking hit "Annie Hall."
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Britney Spears (30, born Dec. 2, 1981)
Britney Spears (30, born Dec. 2, 1981): Once a Mouseketeer on "The All New Mickey Mouse Club," she’s now a hugely famous recording star. She hit the big time with her debut album "… Baby One More Time" in 1999. After weathering personal struggles, she's had an impressive comeback with her album "Comeback" and her judge gig on TV's "The X Factor."
Aaron Rodgers (28, born Dec. 2, 1983)
Aaron Rodgers (28, born Dec. 2, 1983): This Green Bay Packers quarterback led his team to win Super Bowl XLV. He has played in the Pro Bowl twice — in 2009 and 2011 — and played college football for the University of California.
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Nelly Furtado (33, born Dec. 2, 1978)
Nelly Furtado (33, born Dec. 2, 1978): This Canadian singer has released albums in English and Spanish and won a Grammy and a Latin Grammy. She is reported to be working on an album in Portuguese. She may be best known for her hit single "I'm Like a Bird."
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Ozzy Osbourne (63, born Dec. 3, 1948)
Ozzy Osbourne (63, born Dec. 3, 1948): The former lead singer for Black Sabbath may be just as well known for the reality show "The Osbournes," showcasing his home life with his wife and kids, as he is for his heavy metal career.
Tyra Banks (38, born Dec. 4, 1973)
Tyra Banks (38, born Dec. 4, 1973): A couple of appearances on the cover of Sports Illustrated launched her career. She’s über famous as a super model, once hosted her own talk show and is immensely popular on "America's Next Top Model."
Jay-Z (42, born Dec. 4, 1969)
Jay-Z (42, born Dec. 4, 1969): This rapper and hip-hop mogul was born Shawn Corey Carter. A talented musician in his own right, he is also known for his stint at Def Jam Recordings and for co-founding Roc-A-Fella records. He and his wife, Beyoncé Knowles, have a daughter together.
Daryl Hannah (51, born Dec. 3, 1960)
Daryl Hannah (51, born Dec. 3, 1960): Her career spans from playing a mermaid in "Splash" to an assassin in the "Kill Bill" movies. She is a strict vegan and an environmental activist.
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Jeff Bridges (62, born Dec. 4, 1949)
Jeff Bridges (62, born Dec. 4, 1949): This versatile star’s roles range from "Iron Man" to "Starman" to "Seabiscuit." He won an Oscar for "Crazy Heart," but feel free to think of him as the Dude from "The Big Lebowski."
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Tom Waits (62, born Dec. 7, 1949)
Tom Waits (62, born Dec. 7, 1949): His long career includes recording accessible, commercial songs and experimental compositions, playing homemade instruments and performing in some striking acting roles. He was nominated for an Oscar for his contribution to the soundtrack to "One From the Heart."
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Nicki Minaj (29, born Dec. 8, 1982)
Nicki Minaj (29, born Dec. 8, 1982): Her work is almost as much about her outsize personality as it is about her rapping skills and singing voice. Her 2012 album "Stupid Hoe" was a huge hit.
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Teri Hatcher (47, born Dec. 8, 1964)
Teri Hatcher (47, born Dec. 8, 1964): This former Lois Lane is also famous for a spectacular guest role on "Seinfeld." She finished an eight-season run as Susan on "Desperate Housewives" in May.
Judi Dench (77, born Dec. 9, 1934)
Judi Dench (77, born Dec. 9, 1934): Dame Judi Dench is famous for playing tough, strong women on stage and screen. You may remember her Oscar-winning performance as Queen Elizabeth in "Shakespeare in Love," or you may have seen her recently on the big screen as James Bond’s boss M in "Skyfall."
Mos Def (38, born Dec. 11, 1973)
Mos Def (38, born Dec. 11, 1973): This actor and emcee, born Dante Terrell Smith, has played solo, cofounded Black Star and worked with acts ranging from De La Soul to Scritti Politti. He has also appeared in movies and plays Brother Sam on "Dexter."
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Jennifer Connelly (41, born Dec. 12, 1970)
Jennifer Connelly (41, born Dec. 12, 1970): This former child actress, known for roles in "Once Upon a Time in America" and "Labyrinth," grew up to have a rich adult career. She starred in "Requiem for a Dream" and won an Oscar for "A Beautiful Mind."
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Taylor Swift (22, born Dec. 13, 1989)
Taylor Swift (22, born Dec. 13, 1989): This young country singer is famous for a string of hits such as "You Belong with Me." She was famously interrupted by Kanye West while accepting an award for that song. She has also made headlines for dating Conor Kennedy, the son of Robert F. Kennedy II.
Jamie Foxx (44, born Dec. 13, 1967)
Jamie Foxx (44, born Dec. 13, 1967): Jamie Foxx got his start as stand-up comedian, but he’s a multitalented performer who also sings and acts. He did both in "Ray," for which he won an Oscar. He was also nominated for his role in "Collateral" that same year.
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Vanessa Hudgens (23, born Dec. 14, 1988)
Vanessa Hudgens (23, born Dec. 14, 1988): This young actress is best known as a star of the "High School Musical" movies. Look for her to play a more grown-up character in "Machete Kills," due out in 2013.
Steven Spielberg (65, born Dec. 18, 1986)
Steven Spielberg (65, born Dec. 18, 1986): This director has written and directed action-packed box office hits, and deep, thought-provoking epics. His career spans from "E.T." and "Raiders of the Lost Ark" to "Schindler’s List" and "Saving Private Ryan." He has won three Oscars for his movies and been nominated for eight more.
Brad Pitt (48, born Dec. 18, 1963)
Brad Pitt (48, born Dec. 18, 1963): This actor’s breakout role was fast-talking thief J.D. in "Thelma & Louise" in 1991. His critically acclaimed work includes roles in "Se7en," "Fight Club" and "Inglourious Basterds." He and his partner, Angelina Jolie, have six children.
Christina Aguilera (31, born Dec. 18, 1980)
Christina Aguilera (31, born Dec. 18, 1980): Like fellow Sagittarian Britney Spears, she’s a former Mouseketeer. She’s known for a string of powerful hits such as "Ain’t No Other Man," "Dirrty" and "Beautiful." She is a coach on the TV show "The Voice."
Keith Richards (68, born Dec. 18, 1943)
Keith Richards (68, born Dec. 18, 1943): This grizzled legend plays guitar with the Rolling Stones, widely regarded as one of the greatest bands in history. In the '60s and '70s, he was almost as well-known for his drug use as his music. He claims to have written "Satisfaction," one of the Stones' biggest hits, in his sleep.
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Samuel L. Jackson (63, born Dec. 21, 1948)
Samuel L. Jackson (63, born Dec. 21, 1948): This late bloomer was already a seasoned actor when a series of Spike Lee movies brought him critical acclaim in the late '80s and early '90s. His dynamic performance as Jules in "Pulp Fiction" earned him an Oscar nomination.
Ray Romano (54, born Dec. 21, 1957)
Ray Romano (54, born Dec. 21, 1957): This stand-up comedian became a star when his material was developed into the popular sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond." He is also well known as the voice of Manny the woolly mammoth in the "Ice Age" movies, and currently plays Hank on "Parenthood."
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Kiefer Sutherland (45, born Dec. 21, 1966)
Kiefer Sutherland (45, born Dec. 21, 1966): This former Brat Pack actor gained wide attention in "Stand by Me" and "The Lost Boys." His career has been long and varied, including some time spent competing in rodeos, but he is best known for playing Jack Bauer on "24."