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Actor Robert Loggia is 84. Actor Dabney Coleman is 82. Singer Stephen Stills is 69. Bassist John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin is 68. Actor Mel Gibson is 58. Jazz saxophonist James Carter is 45. Musician Thomas Bangalter of Daft Punk is 39. Actress Danica McKellar is 39. Actor Nicholas Gonzalez is 38. Singer and former "American Idol" contestant Kimberley Locke is 36.

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