Celebrity birthdays on July 1

 

Actress Olivia de Havilland is 97. Actor Jamie Farr is 79. Bluesman James Cotton is 78. Actress Karen Black is 74. Dancer Twyla Tharp is 72. Actress Genevieve Bujold is 71. Singer Deborah Harry of Blondie is 68. Actor Trevor Eve is 62. Singer Fred Schneider of The B-52’s is 62. Singer Victor Willis of the Village People is 62. Actor Dan Aykroyd is 61. Actor Alan Ruck is 57. Singer Evelyn “Champagne” King is 53. Actor Andre Braugher is 51. Actress Pamela Anderson is 46. Actor Henry Simmons (”NYPD Blue”) is 43. Rapper Missy Elliott is 42. Actress Liv Tyler is 36. Actress Hilarie Burton (”One Tree Hill”) is 31. Actors Steven and Andrew Cavarno (“Party of Five”) are 21.

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