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CELEBRITY BIRTH­DAYS THIS WEEK

SEPTEM­BER 17 1962: Strictly Ball­room and The Great Gatsby di­rec­tor Baz Luhrmann was born in Sydney. 1968: Singer Anasta­cia, who had a world­wide hit with I’m Outta Love, is 50 to­day. SEPTEM­BER 18 1975: Ac­tor Don Hany, best known for his roles in White Col­lar Blue, Off­spring and East West 101, was born in Sydney. SEPTEM­BER 19 1948: Bri­tish ac­tor Jeremy Irons, is cel­e­brat­ing his 70th. SEPTEM­BER 20 1934: Leg­endary ac­tress Sophia Loren was born Sofia Vil­lani Sci­colone in Rome. 1949: Six­ties su­per­model Twiggy, who was born Les­lie Law­son in Lon­don, is 69. SEPTEM­BER 21 1950: Star of Ground­hog Day and Ghost­busters, ac­tor and co­me­dian Bill Mur­ray is turn­ing 68. 1957: Two-time Aus­tralian Prime Min­is­ter Kevin Rudd udd was born in Queens­land. d. 1983: Mul­ti­ple world cham­pion and two-time e Olympic gold medal­list, track cy­cling su­per­star Anna Meares was born in Queens­land. SEPTEM­BER 22 1953: Aus­tralia’s “Day­time TV queen” Kerri-Anne Ken­ner­ley y was born in Bris­bane. 1957: Singer-song­writer, r, Nick Cave was born in Vic­to­ria. 1978: For­mer soc­cer star ar Sydney-born Harry Kewell, who played for Leeds United, Liver­pool, and Melbourne Vic­tory be­fore re­tir­ing in 2014, is 40 to­day. SEPTEM­BER 23 1949: Mu­sic icon Bruce “The Boss” Spring­steen was born in New Jer­sey. 1959: Ac­tor Ja­son Alexan­der, best known for his role as Ge­orge Costanza on Se­in­feld, turns 59 to­day. 1965: The win­ner of 67 dou­bles tour­na­ments, re­tired ten­nis champ Mark Wood­forde

Was born in Ade­laide.

MANY HAPPY RE­TURNS: Sophia Loren, Twiggy, Nick Cave and, be­low, Ker­riAnne Ken­ner­ley

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