(11 March 1967)
John Barrowman is a Scottish-American actor, singer and writer. He is the best known for the younger generation for his portrayal of Malcolm Merlyn in “Arrow.” John also starred in such productions as “De-Lovely,” “The Producers,” “Doctor Who” and “Torchwood.” He is featured on eight studio albums so far with “Another Side,” “Music Music Music” and “John Barrowman” receiving the moderate commercial success. John obtained the Human Rights Campaign Visibility Award in 2016 for his work on behalf of the LGBTQ community.
(11 March 1979)
Benji Madden is an American guitarist and vocalist. He is the lead singer for such bands as Good Charlotte and The Madden Brothers. He has released ten albums with both groups so far; some of them achieving significant commercial success – “The Young and the Hopeless,” “The Chronicles of Life and Death” and “Good Morning Revival.” He also appeared on “The Voice Australia” from 2015 to 2016. Benji is currently married to actress Cameron Diaz.
(11 March 1979)
Joel Madden is an American vocalist, record producer and DJ. He is also the lead singer for the American bands Good Charlotte and the Madden Brothers. Joel has released ten albums with the bands so far. He appeared on “The Voice Australia” from 2012 to 2016. Joel is currently married to Nicole Richie.
(11 March 1969)
Terrence Howard is an American actor and singer. He rose to fame starring in “Dead Presidents” and “Mr. Holland’s Opus.” He also starred in such productions as “Winnie,” “Ray,” “Crash,” “Four Brothers,” “Idlewild” and “Prisoners.” Terrence is currently portraying Lucious Lyon in the critically-acclaimed musical television series “Empire.” He released his studio album “Shine Through It” in 2008 – the album achieved moderate commercial success in the US.
(11 March 1963)
Alex Kingston is an English actress. She rose to prominence in the 1990s with her roles in “The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders” (as Moll Flanders) and “ER” (as Elizabeth Corday). She has recently starred in such productions as “Arrow,” “Doctor Who,” “Lost in Austen” and “A Discovery of Witches.” Alex is currently married to television producer Jonathan Stamp.