Today in History- September 25
1897 William Faulkner, writer (The Sound and the Fury)
1930 Shel Silverstein, author (The Giving Tree, Where the Sidewalk Ends)
1931 Barbara Walters, broadcaster (The View, 20/20)
1936 Juliet Prowse, dancer/actress (Can-Can, G.I. Blues)
1944 Michael Douglas, actor (Wall Street, Fatal Attraction)
1947 Cheryl Tiegs, model
1949 Anson Williams, actor/singer/ director (Potsie from Happy Days)
1951 Mark Hamill, actor (Luke from Star Wars, Batman-The Animated Series)
1952 Christopher Reeve, actor (Superman)
1958 Michael Madsen, actor (Mulholland Falls, Kill Bill Series, Reservoir Dogs, Free Willy)
1961 Heather Locklear, actress (Melrose Place, Dynasty, T.J. Hooker, Spin City)
1965 Scottie Pippen, basketball player
1968 Will Smith, actor/singer (Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Men in Black, Ali)
1969 Catherine Zeta-Jones, actress (The Mask of Zorro, High Fidelity, Chicago)
1971 Hal Sparks, actor (Queer as Folk, Talk Soup)
1987 Mary Astor, actress (The Maltese Falcon)
2003 George Plimpton, author ("Paper Lions")
2005 Don Adams, actor ("Get Smart")
1789 The US Bill of Rights pass Congress, but they aren't ratified by the states until December 15, 1791.
1957 Little Rock, Arkansas school intergrated.
1981 Sandra Day O'Connor sworn in as first female justice.
Michael Madsen is brother of Virginia Madsen (Maya from Sideways, Ghosts of Mississippi)
Shel Silverstein wrote children's books, but he also wrote the Johnny Cash song ""A Boy Named Sue".
Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas are married. He is 25 years older than her.