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BETTE MI­DLER, 70 (right). The co­me­dian and singer was born in Hawaii, but got her big start in show­busi­ness in New York in the early Seven­ties with a young Barry Manilow as her pi­anist. He pro­duced her first al­bum The Divine Miss M, which won a Grammy. LEE TREVINO, 76. The Texas-born Ma­rine went on to be­come a pro­fes­sional golfer and be­came the first to win the U.S., Bri­tish and Cana­dian open Cham­pi­onships in a sin­gle year. In 1975, while play­ing in the Western open, he was struck by light­ning, which caused spinal in­juries, but he soon went back to play­ing — and win­ning. WOODY ALLEN, 80 (right). His ex-part­ner Mia Farrow sug­gested that her former hus­band Frank Si­na­tra of­fered to have Allen’s legs bro­ken when he dis­cov­ered Allen was hav­ing an af­fair with Mia’s adopted daugh­ter Soon-Yi Previn.

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