Celebrity birthdays on Aug. 24

 

Actor Kenny Baker (R2-D2 in “Star Wars”) is 79. Guitarist Mason Williams is 75. Singer Marshall Thompson of The Chi-Lites is 71. Actress Ann Archer is 66. Actor Steve Guttenberg is 55. Talk-show host Craig Kilborn is 51. Actress Marlee Matlin is 48. Newsman David Gregory (“Meet the Press”) is 43. Actor-comedian Dave Chappelle is 40. Actor Alex O’Loughlin (”Hawaii Five-0”) is 37. Actor Chad Michael Murray (“One Tree Hill,” “A Cinderella Story”) is 32. Actor Rupert Grint (the Harry Potter films) is 25.

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