Newest Stiffs:

  • Robert Blake · 89

    September 18th, 1933 — March 9th, 2023

    Say what you want, but the guy knew his way around a Baretta.

  • Tom Sizemore

    Tom Sizemore · 61

    September 29th, 1961 — March 3rd, 2023

    White Tom Down.

  • Bobby Hull

    Bobby Hull · 84

    January 3rd, 1939 — January 30th, 2023

    Say what you want, but the guy had some jacked up teeth.

  • David Crosby

    David Crosby · 81

    August 14th, 1941 — January 19th, 2023

    David Dead Eyes.

  • Gina Lollobrigida

    Gina Lollobrigida · 95

    July 4th, 1927 — January 16th, 2023

    Quite apart from being a fairly prolific actress, she was also a pretty solid person, humanitarian, and not-so-full-of-herself socialite. Also: Great Rack.

Today's Celebrity Birthdays:

  • Bobcat Goldthwait

    Bobcat Goldthwait · 61

    (b) March 26th, 1962

  • Teddy Pendergrass

    Teddy Pendergrass

    would have been 73 today
    March 26th, 1950 — January 13th, 2010

    Close The Door and Turn off the Lights.

  • Martin Short

    Martin Short · 73

    (b) March 26th, 1950

  • Steven Tyler

    Steven Tyler · 75

    (b) March 26th, 1948

  • Diana Ross

    Diana Ross · 79

    (b) March 26th, 1944

  • Bob Woodward

    Bob Woodward · 80

    (b) March 26th, 1943

  • James Caan

    James Caan

    would have been 83 today
    March 26th, 1940 — July 6th, 2022

    People always remember him for The Godfather, but for us it will always be Undercover Grandpa. A true triumph of cinematic artwork.

  • Nancy Pelosi

    Nancy Pelosi · 83

    (b) March 26th, 1940

  • Alan Arkin

    Alan Arkin · 89

    (b) March 26th, 1934

  • Leonard Nimoy

    Leonard Nimoy

    would have been 92 today
    March 26th, 1931 — February 27th, 2015

    At least he prospered.

  • Gregory Corso

    Gregory Corso

    would have been 93 today
    March 26th, 1930 — January 17th, 2001

    There once was a poet named Corso

    who had a bad gland in his torso.

    But, before cancer nailed him,

    beat critics once hailed him

    as, like, Kerouac, only more so.

  • Sandra O'Connor

    Sandra O'Connor · 93

    (b) March 26th, 1930

  • William Westmoreland

    William Westmoreland

    would have been 109 today
    March 26th, 1914 — July 18th, 2005

    So much for that light at the end of the tunnel.

  • Bob Crosby

    Bob Crosby

    would have been 112 today
    March 26th, 1911 — January 7th, 2000

    Nebraska's Boy Governor trades his soap box in on a pine one.

  • Viktor Frankl

    Viktor Frankl

    would have been 118 today
    March 26th, 1905 — September 2nd, 1997

    Having completed his search for meaning in life, he's now on the hunt for meaning in death. Good luck, Doc.

Today's Celebrity Deaths:

  • Geraldine Ferraro

    Geraldine Ferraro · 75

    died 12 years ago today
    August 26th, 1935 — March 26th, 2011

    She had a good run.

  • Jan Berry

    Jan Berry · 62

    died 19 years ago today
    April 3rd, 1941 — March 26th, 2004

    Okay, so, now there's, like, 2.000000001 girls for every boy.

  • Daniel Moynihan

    Daniel Moynihan · 76

    died 20 years ago today
    March 16th, 1927 — March 26th, 2003

    Necro-conservative, or necro-liberal ...?

  • Alex Comfort

    Alex Comfort · 80

    died 23 years ago today
    February 10th, 1920 — March 26th, 2000

    The author of 1972's "The Joy Of Sex" has since experienced the relative ennui of gradually dying.

  • Edmund Muskie

    Edmund Muskie · 81

    died 27 years ago today
    March 28th, 1914 — March 26th, 1996

    He was a big fish in a little state.

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