Celebrity birthdays on April 22

 
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Actress Charlotte Rae is 88. Actress Estelle Harris is 86. Singer Glen Campbell is 78. Actor Jack Nicholson is 77. Singer Mel Carter is 71. Director John Waters is 68. Singer Peter Frampton is 64. Actor Joseph Bottoms is 60. Actor Ryan Stiles is 55. Comedian Byron Allen is 53. Actor Chris Makepeace is 50. Actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan is 48. Actress Sheryl Lee is 47. TV personality Sherri Shepherd is 47. Actress Amber Heard is 28.

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