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.