MASH's 'Radar' Turns 74 Today


Actors:

Jim Broadbent is 73 (“Iris,” “Moulin Rouge!,” “Bridget Jones' Diary,” “Harry Potter” series, “Game of Thrones”)

Gary Burghoff is 79 (Radar on “M*A*S*H,” “Daniel's Lot”)

Tommy Chong is 84 (“Cheech & Chong,” “That 70’s Show”)

Eric Close is 55 (“Sisters,” “Dark Skies,” “Without a Trace,” “Nashville”)

Alfred Molina is 69 (“Raiders of the Lost Ark,” “Steamboy,” “Maverick,” “Species,” “Spider-Man 2”)

Priscilla Presley is 77 (“The Naked Gun,” “Dallas”)

John C. Reilly is 57 (“Casualties of War,” “Chicago,” “Talladega Nights,” “Boogie Nights”)

Will Sasso is 47 (“MADTV,” “A Mighty Wind,” “Three Stooges,” “Justified”)

Dame Kristin Scott Thomas is 62 (“Four Weddings and a Funeral,” “The English Patient”) (FAST FACTS: The Oscar-nominated actress’ heralded career has included 65 films, but in 2014 she said she was walking away from the movie business. But that doesn’t mean she’s given up acting completely – she still takes the stage in her native Britain. It’s just the American film side she’s sick)

 

Musicians:

Rosanne Cash is 67

Bob Dylan is 81 (Born Robert Zimmerman, he took his very first bow at St. Mary's Hospital in Duluth, Minnesota…when he was born)

Billy Gilman is 34

Patti LaBelle is 78

The late Heavy D (1967 – 2011)…he would have been 55 (born Dwight Errington Myers, it was initially believed that he died from pneumonia, but it was later revealed that he succumbed to a pulmonary embolism – blood clot in the lung)

 

Plus:

“Dancing with the Stars” pro Mark Ballas is 36

Competitive eater Matt Stonie is 30 (According to MajorLeagueEating.com, he is currently the third-ranked competitive eater. Among his major accomplishments, he’s chowed 103 tacos in eight minutes, and Big Smoke’s Order from “GTA” – which amounted to nearly 10-thousand calories in 34 minutes. Stonie also won the 2015 Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest, dethroning 8-time defending champion Joey Chestnut, but lost the title in 2016.)

The late Elsa Maxwell (1883 – 1963) (Known as the Hostess with the Mostess, she was the world's premiere party-giver during the Roaring Twenties. She first gained fame as an author and gossip columnist)

The late Queen Victoria (1819 – 1901) (A national emblem of morality, at 64 years, she had a longer reign than any other queen and oversaw a period of great expansion in the British Empire.)

 


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