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Celebrity birthdays for Jan. 22

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Celebrity Birthdays for Jan. 22:


Actress Piper Laurie is 89.

Celebrity chef Graham Kerr (TV: "The Galloping Gourmet") is 87. 

Author Joseph Wambaugh is 84.

Hockey Hall of Fame defenceman Serge Savard is 75.

Singer Steve Perry (Journey) is 72.

Bassist Teddy Gentry of Alabama is 69.

Movie director Jim Jarmusch is 68.

Actor John Wesley Shipp ("The Flash," ''Dawson's Creek") is 66.

Hockey Hall-of-Famer Mike Bossy is 64.

Actress Linda Blair is 62.

Actress Diane Lane is 56.

Rapper-actor DJ Jazzy Jeff is 56.

Drummer Steven Adler ("Guns N' Roses) is 56.

Celebrity chef Guy Fieri is 53.

Actress Olivia D'Abo ("Law and Order: Criminal Intent," ''The Wonder Years") is 52.

Actress Katie Finneran ("The Michael J. Fox Show") is 50.

Actor Gabriel Macht is 49.

Actor Balthazar Getty is 46.

Actor Christopher Kennedy Masterson ("Malcolm in the Middle") is 41.

Jazz singer Lizz Wright is 41.

Singer Willa Ford is 40.

Actress Beverley Mitchell ("Seventh Heaven") is 40.

Guitarist Ben Moody of The Fallen (and formerly of Evanescence) is 40.

Actress-singer Phoebe Strole ("Glee") is 38.

Guitarist-singer Orianthi is 36.

Rapper Logic is 31.

Tennis player Alize Cornet is 31.

Actress Sami Gayle ("Blue Bloods") is 25.

Rapper Silento is 23.


Also born on this date (death in parentheses):

In 1552, explorer Walter Raleigh. (Oct. 29, 1618)

In 1561, philosopher Francis Bacon. (April 9, 1626)

In 1775, French physicist Andre Ampere, after whom the electrical unit is named. (June 10, 1836)

In 1788, English poet Lord Byron. (April 19, 1824)

In 1908, author Sinclair Ross. (Feb. 29, 1996)

In 1916, Hockey Hall of Fame goalie Bill Durnan. (Oct. 31, 1972)

In 1931, singer Sam Cooke. (Dec. 11, 1964)

In 1934, actor Bill Bixby ("The Incredible Hulk"). (Nov. 21, 1993)

In 1935, actor Seymour Cassel. (April 7, 2019)

In 1940, singer Micki Harris (The Shirelles). (June 10, 1982)

In 1940, actor John Hurt. (Jan. 25, 2017)

In 1946, Malcolm McLaren, former manager of the Sex Pistols. (April 8, 2010)

In 1948, actor Northern Calloway ("Sesame Street"). (Jan. 9, 1990)

In 1950, Jim Fulton, former NDP MP and long-time head of the David Suzuki Foundation. (Dec. 21, 2008)

In 1960, singer Michael Hutchence (INXS). (Nov. 22, 1997)


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