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Sunday, September 23, 2007

Me and Marcia Brady

I was surprised today to learn that I am THIS MUCH younger than Maureen McCormick (51), the actress who played Marcia Brady in the timeless TV show, The Brady Bunch.

I've taken to doing that a lot lately..... comparing my age to the ages of Hollywood celebrities. For example, reading my daughter's hand-me-down edition of People magazine today, I learned that I am younger than Valerie Bertinelli (47), Michelle Pfeiffer (49), and supermodel Iman (52!). That got me wondering about my age relative to other celebs.

You can find ANYTHING on the internet in 30 seconds or less!

My birthday is 10 / 15 / 1960
which means I am 46 years old and about:
34 years 4 months younger than Andy Griffith, age 81
30 years 11 months younger than Dick Clark, age 77
29 years 7 months younger than Leonard Nimoy, age 76
27 years 6 months younger than Carol Burnett, age 74
24 years 9 months younger than Alan Alda, age 71
23 years 3 months younger than Bill Cosby, age 70
17 years 11 months younger than Linda Evans, age 64
15 years 9 months younger than Tom Selleck, age 62
12 years 10 months younger than Ted Danson, age 59
10 years 6 months younger than Jay Leno, age 57
6 years 9 months younger than Oprah Winfrey, age 53
5 years 8 months younger than Kelsey Grammer, age 52
2 years 5 months younger than Drew Carey, age 49
0 years 8 months older than Michael J. Fox, age 46
4 years 1 month older than Calista Flockhart, age 42
8 years 4 months older than Jennifer Aniston, age 38
12 years 2 months older than Alyssa Milano, age 34
17 years 1 month older than Colin Hanks, age 29
22 years 10 months older than Mila Kunis, age 24
30 years 8 months older than Madylin Sweeten, age 16

and that I was:
1 years old at the time Beverly Hillbillies first aired
3 years old when the Addams Family first appeared on TV
5 years old at the time the first Star Trek episode was televised
10 years old when All in the Family was first shown
11 years old at the time the TV series M*A*S*H began
14 years old when Saturday Night Live first aired
17 years old when CBS introduced Dallas
20 years old during the first airing of Hill Street Blues
21 years old at the time the first Cheers episode was televised
25 years old when L.A. Law was first aired on TV
26 years old at the time the series Married with Children began
29 years old when Seinfeld was first televised
30 years old in the month Home Improvement began
33 years old at the time the TV series Friends began
35 years old when Everybody Loves Raymond first aired
38 years old when Who Wants To Be A Millionaire began in the US

Click here to see the TV Age Gauge and find out how old (or how young!) you are relative to the stars, too.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Michelle Henderson said...

How apropos.... Today's motivational quote of the day was:

It is a mistake to regard age as a downhill grade toward dissolution. The reverse is true. As one grows older, one climbs with surprising strides. -- George Sand

11:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi MIchelle,

I know that you're a busy girl but at times it seems as though you have too much time on your hands.

R

7:42 PM  
Anonymous Jan said...

Marcia Marcia Marcia!

8:35 PM  

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