Celebrity birthdays on July 23

 
 
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Actress Gloria DeHaven is 88. Radio personality Don Imus is 73. Singer and former Congressman John Hall (Orleans) is 65. Actor Woody Harrelson is 52. Actor Eriq Lasalle (“ER”) is 51. Guitarist Slash of Velvet Revolver (and Guns N’ Roses) is 48. Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman is 46. Model Stephanie Seymour is 45.Actress Charisma Carpenter is 43. Actor-comedian Marlon Wayans (“The Wayans Brothers”) is 41. Singer Michelle Williams (Destiny’s Child) is 33. Actor Paul Wesley (“The Vampire Diaries”) is 31. Actor Daniel Radcliffe (“Harry Potter” movies) is 24.

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