Chris Tucker

Help make your Monday better by celebrating these television stars, athletes, and musicians' birthdays!


Chris Tucker, Actor and Stand-Up Comedian, 49

Chris Tucker is known for playing James Carter in the action-comedy Rush Hour film series, as well as Smokey in Friday. He was the highest paid actor in Hollywood in 2006 after signing a deal on Rush Hour 3.

Sara Ramirez, Actor and Activist, 45 

Grey's Anatomy alum Sara Ramirez recently came out as nonbinary on their Instagram page. We give Sara all our support as they embark on this new chapter of their life!

Van Morrison, Singer-Songwriter, 75 

Van Morrison is the lead singer of a former Northern Irish rock band called "Them." He is known for his 1967 hit "Brown Eyed Girl" which has transcended across decades to remain a popular song today.

Ryan Kelley, Actor, 34

Ryan Kelley is well known for his role as Jordan Parish on Teen Wolf. He can also be seen in Mean Creek, Prayers for Bobby, and Ben 10: Alien Swarm.

Jason Maybaum, Actor, 13 

Child star Jason Maybaum is known for playing Leo in NBC's Superstone, as well as Levi Grayson in Disney's Raven's Home.

Larry Fitzgerald, Football Player, 37

Larry Fitzgerald is the wide receiver for the Arizona Cardinals who was drafted in 2004.

Jaylen Barron, Actress, 23

Jaylen Barron stars as Zoe Phillips in Netflix's original series Free Rein. She also plays Dominique Winslow in Showtime's Shameless.

Edwin Moses, Olympic Athlete, 65

Edwin Moses scored the gold medal in the 1976 and 1984 Olympics for the 400 meter hurdle event. He also set the world record for the event four times.

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