Happy Good Friday AEE Universe and here we go with our Celebrity Birthdays for April 10th!
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Before we start we need to do a special R.I.P. happy birthday to Former WWE Manager of the Phenom The Undertaker…Paul Bearer!
Mandy Moore April 10th, 1984 (36)
Pop singer turned actress whose album So Real went platinum and her second album, I Wanna Be with You, received gold certification. Her breakout single, “Candy,” hit #41 on the Billboard charts. In 2016, she began co-starring as Rebecca Pearson in the NBC hit drama This Is Us. She was inspired to be an actress by her grandmother and the musical Oklahoma! She studied at the Stagedoor Manor theater camp when she was twelve. She starred in A Walk to Remember and The Princess Diaries and voiced the lead character Rapunzel in the 2010 animated film Tangled. In November 2019, she announced she’d be going on her first tour in over a decade with shows starting in March 2020. She married alternative country musician Ryan Adams in 2009 in Savannah, Georgia. The couple separated in 2014. In 2015, she began dating musician Taylor Goldsmith. The couple announced their engagement in September 2017.
Steven Seagal April 10th, 1952 (68) Actor
Buddhist actor who became known for his martial art skills in Above the Law and hosted a reality show called Steven Seagal: Lawman. His long list of action films includes Pistol Whipped, Attack Force, Black Dawn, Today You Die, and Machete. He started learning martial arts at the age of seven and learned karate from a cook at a restaurant called The Wagon Wheel. He married Kelly LeBrock in 1987 and his daughter is actress, Ayako Fujitani. After divorcing Kelly in 1996, he married Erdenetuya Seagal. He has four daughters and three sons. He worked with Sean Connery in 1982 as a martial arts coordinator for Never Say Never Again and to Robbie.G he is the only one that can give Chuck Norris a run for his money in a fight!!
John Madden April 10th 1936 (84)
Legendary NFL coach and commentator best known for appearing on Monday Night Football. He won Super Bowl XI as the head coach of the Oakland Raiders. He played college football at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. His well-known personality led to a series of EA Sports video games being named after him. He and Al Michaels provided commentary for countless Monday Night Football games, as well as several Madden video games.