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Comedian and television host Jay Leno celebrates 74

In 1992, Leno’s dream became a reality when he was chosen to succeed Carson as the host of “The Tonight Show.” Over the next two decades, Leno’s affable demeanor, quick wit, and impeccable comedic timing endeared him to millions of viewers across the country and the world

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The actress Sherilyn Fenn turns 59

Sherilyn Fenn’s most memorable role remains the reckless Audrey Horne in the David Lynch’s cult TV series “Twin Peaks” but despite that famous role and her talent, she never made it into stardom

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Richard Dean Anderson turns 74 today

Thanks to the role of Angus MacGyver, Richard Dean Anderson became one of the world’s most famous actors, and turning 74 today, the actor also discretely has been throughout the years an avid supporter of several charity and environmental causes

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The Spanish born entertainer Charo turns 73

Born in Spain, Charo became one of the biggest names in the American entertainment during the 1970’s, though famous mostly for her singing and comedy skills, as a child she studied classical guitar and was mentored by one of that field’s great performers, Andres Segovia

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Canadian actor Kiefer Sutherland turns 57

The son of the acclaimed actor Donald Sutherland built a career with a name of his own over the past 40 years both on TV and the big screen, starring in popular films and shows such as “The Lost Boys”, “Stand By Me”, “Flatliners” and 24 among many others

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Don Johnson Turns 74 today

Don Johnson came to prominence during the 1980’s when he starred on the hit TV series “Miami Vice”, he had a very mediatic marriage with actress Melanie Griffith and tried a career as a Pop singer during the 1980’s

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RuPaul has been working it since 1960

Rupaul has been on the limelight for almost 3 decades and has influenced not only Drag Queens all around the world from music to TV to fashion to movies and became one of the most recognizable Pop Icons and the first Drag Queen to achieve worldwide superstar mainstream success, today it’s Rupaul’s 63rd birthday

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Whoopi Goldberg turns 68 today

The popular and much awarded actress and comedian Whoopi Goldberg rose to worldwide stardom in the 1985 drama “The Color Purple” and has since became one of the most popular faces in both the big screen and TV

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1980’s Pop sensation Sinitta turns 60

During the mid 1980’s Sinitta scored several hit songs, and became a Pop sensation mainly in Europe, produced by the famous hit and pop star makers Stock, Aitken and Waterman. We look back at her life and career

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Vampira: The First Glamour Ghoul of Horror

The story of the legendary Vampira Show is a tough one to tell. Only two minutes of the early 1950’s series survive on YouTube, although an episode of the show was reconstructed and released in October 2007. The woman behind the campy, late-night horror hostess Vampira was Maila Nurmi

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Remembering TV Pioneer Ed Sullivan

“The Ed Sullivan Show” remains the mother of all varieties shows. More than 40 years after it’s end, the show remains a favorite among Pop Culture fans and culturally relevant. The man behind and in front of the show, Ed Sullivan, one of modern TV pioneers, he passed away on this day in 1974

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Top 10 Cartoon Network Original Series

Thirty one years ago today, the way we enjoyed cartoons changed forever when Cartoon Network launched as the very first twenty-four-hour network dedicated to animation. We Ranked It’s 10 Best Original Series on this list

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1980’s TV heartthrob John Stamos turns 60

One of the 1980’s TV heartthrobs, the “General Hospital” actor has successfully revived his popularity over the last two decades by appearing in new series an movies and also as an outspoken supporter for the LGBT community

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Actress Vera Farmiga turns 50

Over the last two decades Vera Farmiga has played memorable roles on contemporary horror films and series including “The Conjuring” and “Bates Motel”, today she turns 50

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Actress Joanna Cassidy turns 78

Despite the immense body of work she has done since the 1970’s, Joanna Cassidy’s signature role remains that of the android/replicant Zhora Salome in the 1982 sci-fi classic “Blade Runner”

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Actor and comedian Paul Reubens dies at age 70

Paul Reubens, the actor and comedian who created the iconic character Pee-wee Herman, died Sunday night after a private bout of cancer. He was 70. “Please accept my apology for not going public with what I’ve been facing the last six years,” wrote Reubens in a statement posted to Instagram after his death.

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Actor Frank Whaley turns 60 today

Frank Whaley’s character Brett on the 1994 Quentin Tarantino’s “Pulp Fiction”, remains one of the most memorable in the movie, the actor has appeared on several serious hit movies during the late 1980’s and 1990’s including “Field of Dreams”, “The Doors”, “Born On The Fourth Of July” and “JFK”

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Michael J.Fox celebrates 62 today

The actor appeared in a string of hit films and TV series during the 1980’s, including his signature role of Marty McFly in the Back to the Future trilogy but was diagnosed at age 29 with Parkinson disease at the height of his success and turning point as an actor

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Dave Navarro turns 56 today

Dave Navarro is one of the first Alternative Rock guitar heroes, he has been a member of bands such as Jane’s Addiction and the Red Hot Chili Peppers but also collaborated with artists as diverse as P.Diddy, Michael Jackson, Nine Inch Nails and Alanis Morissette. We look back at his life and career

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“Sex and the City” premiered 25 years ago today

One of the most popular TV series over the last two decades, “Sex and the City”, created by Darren Star, always focused mainly on the romantic and sexual lives of Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda, but also on occasion touched subjects such as cancer, abuse and domestic violence

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The Ed Sullivan Show Releases Previously Unreleased Louis Armstrong Video Clips

These clips were never shown since the original broadcasts and capture Satchmo at his effusive best, one of which shows the jazz maestro and opera star Robert Merrill performing a Medley (“Vesti la giubba” and “Honeysuckle Rose”) on the episode that aired on April 17, 1955. Another new clip that was originally broadcast on CBS Network on May 15, 1955, features Armstrong alongside Gary Crosby delivering a performance of “Struttin With Some Barbecue.”

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Farewell to Irene Cara

An endearing figure for Pop Culture fans, Irene Cara has passed away at age 63, her publicist announced on Saturday 26th. Let’s look back at her life and career.

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Goodbye to Angela Lansbury

One of the most dearest actresses in the screen, that crossed through several generations of fans, Angela Lansbury died peacefully during her sleep at age 96, in her Los Angeles house on Tuesday

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The Ed Sullivan Show Youtube Channel Marks Milestone With 250 Million Views

The official YouTube channel of The Ed Sullivan Show has crossed more than 250 million views. The long-running variety show expanded its reach exponentially via a global digital rights agreement between UMe and SOFA Entertainment Inc. with more than 200 million views since June 2020. The library encompasses the show’s historic 23-year primetime run on CBS. Scores of rarities were made available digitally for the first-time including iconic entertainers and influential figures from just about every category of cultural relevance, including music, comedy, sports, film, dance and opera.

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