It’s Tuesday! Here we go with the Top 3 Celebrity Birthdays on September 15th! As always if today is your birthday……from all of us at All Everything Entertainment Happy Birthday!
Pete Caroll September 15th, 1951 (69)
Head football coach on both the college and professional level who led the University of Southern California Trojans to the AP Championship in 2003 and BCS Championship in 2004 and coached the Seattle Seahawks to victory in Super Bowl XLVIII. He became just the third coach in football history to win both a college football national championship and a Super Bowl. He was a star athlete at Redwood High School in Larkspur, California, playing quarterback, wide receiver and defensive back as well as competing in basketball and baseball. His first NFL head coaching job was with the New York Jets in 1994, but after going 6-10 in his first season, he was fired. He coached three Heisman Trophy winners at USC: Carson Palmer, Matt Leinart, and Reggie Bush.
Tommy Lee Jones September 15th, 1946 (74)
He won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as U.S. Marshal Samuel Gerard in the The Fugitive. His other major roles include Agent K in Men in Black and Colonel Chester Phillips in Captain America: The First Avenger. Raised in Midland, Texas, he attended Robert E. Lee High School. He attended Harvard University, and wrote his senior thesis on the role of Catholicism in the works of Flannery O’Connor. While attending Harvard, he was roommates with Al Gore and Bob Somerby. He starred in Men in Black with Will Smith, and had supporting roles in No Country for Old Men and Lincoln.
Dan Marino September 15th, 1961 (59)
Former Miami Dolphins quarterback who set 20 all-time passing records in the NFL. He was named NFL MVP in 1984 and was selected to 9 Pro Bowls during his 17-year NFL career. He was drafted by the Kansas City Royals in the fourth round of the 1979 MLB draft, but decided to play college football at the University of Pittsburgh instead. He became the first quarterback to top 5,000 yards in a season in 1984 while also throwing a then-record 48 touchdown passes, breaking the previous record by 12 TDs. His single season touchdown pass record was surpassed by Peyton Manning two decades later.
Notable Mentions: Prince Harry 36, Tom Hardy 43, Lisa Vanderpump 60, and Josh Richardson 27!