Tuesday, August 21st, 2018

Baby Boomer Celebrity Birthdays March 31


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Baby Boomer Celebrity Birthdays March 31:

1948 (63) Al Gore VP under President Bill Clinton

In this brand-new slideshow (premiering on TED.com), Al Gore presents evidence that the pace of climate change may be even worse than scientists recently predicted. He challenges us to act.

Once the US Vice President, then star of An Inconvenient Truth, now Nobel Peace Prize winner, Al Gore found a way to focus the world’s attention on climate change. In doing so, he has invented a new medium — the Keynote movie — and reinvented himself.

Unlike some in public office, Al Gore always intended to get something done, and since leaving Washington, DC — following the tumultuous 2000 election — he’s still at it. In fact, his campaign for alerting the world to the dangers of climate change has only gained momentum. His Oscar-winning An Inconvenient Truth is the third most successful documentary ever released at the box office. Gore’s famed PowerPoint presentation has drawn in a reluctant public, with its meticulously researched content and lucid style.

Meanwhile, Gore himself has found his footing as a communicator. The once “wooden” style has given way to a warmth and humor that reveal the depth of his experience as a soldier, congressman, senator, veep, TV executive, teacher and author. Arguably, Gore is better positioned today than he has ever been to affect the future of our environment and world.

He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 2007, along with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), “for their efforts to build up and disseminate greater knowledge about man-made climate change, and to lay the foundations for the measures that are needed to counteract such change.”

“The only vice president ever to mock his stiff image by [imitating] a wax-museum figure, Gore turns out to be the best professor you never had — easygoing, knowledgeable and funny.”

~Rolling Stone

1955 (56) Angus Young Lead guitarist for the rock band “AC/DC”

1948 (63) Rhea Perlman Actress”Carla” on tv series “Cheers”

1945 (66) Gabe Kaplan Actor Boomers remember him on “Welcome Back, Kotter”

In the category of I can’t believe they are that old:

1943 (68) Christopher Walken Actor best known for his role in “The Deer Hunter”

1935 (76) Herb Albert Boomers remember him with the Tijuana Brass

1935 (76) Richard Chamberlain Boomers remember him as Dr. Kildare

1934 (77) Shirley Jones Boomers remember her in “The Partridge Family” tv series with David Cassidy

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