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by Bill Newcott, AARP The Magazine, March/April 2011 issue
More April Birthdays
April 1: Susan Boyle (50)
April 3: Eddie Murphy (50)
April 13: Max Weinberg (60)
April 14: Julie Christie (70)
April 14: Pete Rose (70)
April 21: Tony Danza (60)
April 28: Ann-Margret (70)
Previous Big 5-Ohs
March 2011: Kurt Russell (60)
February 2011: Nick Nolte (70)
January 2011: Julia-Louis Dreyfus
December 2010: Daryl Hannah
The Big 5-Oh: April 23
The host of Lopez Tonight on TBS jokes that as a poor kid he never had birthday parties: "Chuck E. Cheese? You wanna see a mouse, pull the refrigerator out!" Last year, for his 49th-birthday show, Jennifer Lopez topped things off in a Marilyn Monroe-style gown, sexily crooning "Happy Birthday."
The comic's 17-year marriage to his wife, Ann — who in 2005 gave him a kidney — ended last November. But his ratings are up with Conan O'Brien as his lead-in. Along with Desi Arnaz, Freddie Prinze, and Paul Rodriguez, Lopez is one of only four Hispanic actors to headline a sitcom. How loco is that?
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