Celebrity birthdays on June 19

 
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Singer Tommy DeVito of The Four Seasons is 86. Actress Gena Rowlands is 84. Actress Phylicia Rashad is 66. Singer Ann Wilson of Heart is 64. Actress Kathleen Turner is 60. Singer Mark DeBarge of DeBarge is 55. Singer-dancer Paula Abdul is 52. Actor Jean Dujardin (“The Artist”) is 42. Actress Robin Tunney is 42. Actress Poppy Montgomery is 39. Actress Zoe Saldana is 36. Singer Macklemore of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis is 31. Actor Paul Dano is 30.

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