We celebrate top celebs this day July 30
Bodybuilder, actor, and politician who served as the governor of California from 2003 to 2011. His best known films include Conan the Barbarian, Predator, the Terminator series, and Total Recall. In 1996 he portrayed Howard Langston in the holiday film Jingle All the Way.
He decided to pursue a career as a bodybuilder at age fourteen, despite demonstrating prowess in football. He became the youngest person to win the Mr. Universe contest when he was 20.
He won the Mr. Universe title five times and the Mr. Olympia title seven times.
He married television journalist, Maria Shriver in April 1986. The couple had a high-profile split in May 2011. He has three sons named Patrick, Christopher and Joseph and two daughters named Katherine and Christina.
He starred alongside Danny DeVito in the comedy film Twins.
He turns 69 today.
Actor and former NFL player who became known for playing Chris’s stingy father on the TV series Everybody Hates Chris. He also stars on the Golden Globe winning comedy Brooklyn-99 and hosts the FOX series World’s Funniest Fails. His film credits include White Chicks, Norbit, Get Smart, Bridesmaids, Blended and The Expendables.
He attended Western Michigan University, where he played football.
He was on the NBC celebrity reality competition Stars Earn Stripes.
He had five children with Rebecca Crews, who he married in the 1990s.
He was in the testosterone-fueled movie, The Expendables, with Sylvester Stallone.
He turns 48 today.
Vivica A. Fox
She started acting at a young age in The Young and the Restless.
African and Native American by heritage, she started off on soap operas like Days of our Lives, but later appeared in Kill Bill.
She was married to Christopher Harvest from 1998 to 2002.
She starred alongside Larry David in Curb Your Enthusiasm in 2007.
She turns 52 today.
Actress who rose to fame for portraying the ditzy Phoebe Buffay on NBC’s Friends from 1994 to 2004. The role earned her a Screen Actors Guild Award and a Satellite Award for Best Actress. She also wrote, produced and starred in the HBO series The Comeback.
Prior to becoming an actress, she studied and worked with her father, scientifically researching headaches.
She starred in the 1997 comedy film Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion and has also appeared in the films Analyze This, Analyze That, P.S. I Love You, Easy A, and Neighbors.
She married Michael Stern in 1995, and their son Julian was born in 1998.
She starred alongside Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox in Friends.
She turns 53 today.
Australian television and film actor best known for his starring television roles in The Mentalist and The Guardian.
He appeared in several small Australian television roles under the name Simon Denny.
He earned one of his first lead film roles in 2006 playing Brian in the romantic comedy, Something New.
He has three children with wife and actress, Rebecca Rigg.
He acted opposite Anne Hathaway in the hit comedy, The Devil Wears Prada.
He turns 47 today.
Offbeat Canadian comedian from Freddy Got Fingered and Road Trip. His guest-host role on the Late Show with David Letterman increased his popularity and allowed him to host his own show on MTV.
He started performing stand-up comedy at Canadian clubs at age 15. After over two years as a stand-up comedian, he moved to New York with his rap comedy group.
He costarred with actress Drew Barrymore in Charlie’s Angels.
His mother, Mary, worked as a consultant while his father, Richard, worked as a computer analysis. He was married to actress Drew Barrymore from July 2001 to October 2002.
He was in the movie Road Trip, which also starred Breckin Meyer.
He turns 45 today.
Source: www.famous birthdays.com