July 27: Happy Birthday Maya Rudolph and Triple H
I looked for a picture of today’s birthday headliners together and came up short. But I did find a picture of Maya Rudolph from her sketch comedy show Maya and Marty with John Cena playing Hulk Hogan. It may not have anything to do with Triple H, but it’s within the world of wrestling, so I went with it.
Maya Rudolph was a Not Ready For Prime Time Player on Saturday Night Live from 2000-2007. She has appeared in movies like Bridesmaids and Grown-Ups, provided the voice of Cass in Disney’s Big Hero 6 and starred on the NBC sitcom Up All Night. Most recently, Rudolph and fellow SNL alumn Martin Short cohosted the Lorne Michaels-produced sketch show, Maya and Marty. Rudolph turns 44 today.
I haven’t watched professional wrestling since Andre the Giant’s heyday. But even I have at least heard of Vince McMahon’s son-in-law, Triple H aka Paul Michael Levesque. He’s held several championship belts and dabbled in acting (usually playing himself or some variation of his persona). Triple H is celebrating his 47th birthday today.
Orange is the New Black star, Taylor Schilling, turns 32. Controversial baseball player Alex “A-Rod” Rodriguez is 41. Cassandra Clare, author of the bestselling young adult series, The Mortal Instruments, turns 43. Donnie Yen, star of action movies like Ip Man and Hero, is celebrating his 53rd birthday. And Game of Thrones star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau turns 46.
Julian McMahon, the original big screen Doctor Doom and star of Nip/Tuck, is 48 today. Blue Collar Comedian, Bill Engvall, celebrates his 59th birtdhay and Jonathan Rhys Meyers, best-known for starring in The Tudors, is 39.
If today is your birthday, congratulations on sharing your big day with these notable names. Birthday wishes to everyone celebrating a big day today. Come back tomorrow for more celebrity birthdays.
Posted on July 27, 2016, in Celebrity Birthdays and tagged Alex Rodriguez, Bill Engvall, Julian McMahon, Maya Rudolph, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Taylor Schilling, Triple H. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.