Billie Eilish


TGIF! With only a week away until Christmas, let's find out which stars are celebrating their birthdays today, Dec. 18!

Steven Spielberg, Director, 74

Infamous for the films he directed, including Jaws, Jurassic Park, and Schindler's List, Spielberg has a lot to celebrate today!

Brad Pitt, Actor, 57

Brad Pitt is known for his iconic movie roles, ranging from Once Upon a Time in Hollywood to Fight Club!

Katie Holmes, Actress, 42

Katie Holmes has starred in Dawson's Creek, Ocean's 8, as well as Jack and Jill.

Christina Aguilera, Singer, 40

The singer and songwriter is known for her iconic stage performances, as well as her movie appearances in Burlesque and Pitch Perfect 2.

Ashley Benson, Actress, 31

The iconic Pretty Little Liars star has gone on to be featured in the films Spring Breakers and and Pixels.

Billie Eilish, Singer, 19

Eilish is known for her one-of-a-kind sound and song writing skills. She has also recently announced her documentary and released a trailer for it!

Bridgit Mendler, Actress, 28

Known for her Disney roles in the hit shows Good Luck Charlie and Wizards of Waverly Place, as well as in the Disney film Lemonade Mouth, Mendler is turning 28 today!

Ray Liotta, Actor, 66

Liotta is known for his roles in Goodfellas and Hannibal!

Happy birthday to these stars and many more!

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Sidney Poitier in In the Heat of the Night

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