Celebrity birthdays on Nov 18

 
 
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Actress Brenda Vaccaro is 74. Actress Linda Evans is 71. Actress Susan Sullivan is 71. Comedian Kevin Nealon is 60. Actor Oscar Nunez (“The Office”) is 55. Actress Elizabeth Perkins is 53. Singer Kim Wilde is 53. Actor Owen Wilson is 45. Singer-Broadway composer Duncan Sheik is 44. Actor Mike Epps is 43. Actress Peta Wilson (“La Femme Nikita”) is 43. Actress Chloe Sevigny is 39. Rapper Fabolous is 36. Comedian Nasim Pedrad is 32. Actor Nathan Kress (“iCarly”) is 21.

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