See which stars are turning 70 in 2020, starting with this beloved Canadian-American actress. Sitcom staple Wendie Malick will enjoy her milestone 70th birthday on Dec. 13. The "Frasier," "Just Shoot Me!" and "Hot in Cleveland" alum is currently voicing a character on Disney's "The Owl House" and recently voiced the title character's mom, Beatrice, on Netflix's "BoJack Horseman." Keep reading to see who else was born in 1950…
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On Sept. 11, actress "Places in the Heart" and "Uncle Buck" actress Amy Madigan — an Oscar and Emmy nominee and Golden Globe Award winner who's been married to Ed Harris since 1983 — turned the big 70.
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What's your favorite Bill Murray movie? The star of films including "Caddyshack," "Ghostbusters" and "Lost In Translation" celebrated his 70th birthday on Sept. 21.
It might seem "Crazy," but Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry kicked off a new decade full of "Sweet Emotion" on Sept. 10 — his 70th birthday.
Britain's Princess Anne — Queen Elizabeth II's second child — celebrated her 70th birthday on Aug. 15.
Emmy winner William H. Macy, who plays Frank Gallagher on "Shameless" — which will air its 11th and final season in December 2020 — blew out 70 birthday candles on March 13.
Cybill Shepherd celebrated the big 7-0 on Feb. 18! The actress is best known for her work in films including 1971's "The Last Picture Show" and 1976's "Taxi Driver" and for her starring gigs on TV's "Moonlighting" in the '80s and "Cybill" in the '90s.
Stevie Wonder — who's won 25 Grammys during his long career — celebrated his milestone 70th birthday on May 13.
One of our favorite former late night hosts, Jay Leno — who's now hosting "Jay Leno's Garage" — celebrated his milestone 70th birthday on April 28.
Emmy winner Martin Short, who's best known for his work on "Saturday Night Live" and his roles in classics like "Father of the Bride," marked the milestone birthday on March 26.
Daytime host Dr. Phil McGraw celebrated his 70th birthday on Sept. 1. He's shown no signs of retiring from his popular talk show — he's signed on to remain on CBS through 2023.
On Feb. 3, Morgan Fairchild turned the big 7-0. The beauty made a name for herself on TV shows including the soap opera "Search for Tomorrow" and the nighttime drama "Dallas."
On Jan. 3, Golden Globe-nominated actress Victoria Principal — who's best known for playing Pamela Barnes Ewing on the nighttime soap "Dallas" from 1978 to 1987 — celebrated her 70th birthday.
Debbie Allen turned the big 7-0 on Jan. 16. The actress, director, producer and choreographer is still busy at work: She's currently starring as Catherine Fox on ABC's "Grey's Anatomy."
Irish actor Gabriel Byrne, who won a Golden Globe in 2008 for his performance in the lauded HBO series "In Treatment," celebrated his 70th birthday on May 12.
Former "Good Morning America" host, cookbook author and breast cancer survivor Joan Lunden celebrated her 70th birthday on Sept. 19.
Musician Huey Lewis blew out 70 candles on July 5.
Christine Lahti, who's won an Oscar, an Emmy and two Golden Globes, turned 70 on April 4.
Scottish actor Robbie Coltrane, who's beloved for his work as Rubeus Hagrid in the "Harry Potter" film franchise, turned 70 on March 30.
On Jan. 23, the star of TV's "MacGyver," actor Richard Dean Anderson — who also memorably played Jeff Webber on the ABC soap opera "General Hospital" in the late '70s and then starred in the TV show "Stargate SG-1" and the movie "Stargate" in the late '90s– celebrated his 70th birthday.
English rocker Peter Frampton, a Grammy winner, marked his milestone 70th birthday on April 22.
Golden Globe- and BAFTA Award-winning English actress Julie Walters, who won critical praise and prizes for her work in "Educating Rita" and "Billy Elliot," turned 70 on Feb. 22.
Oscar-winning actor William Hurt turned 70 on March 20.
On Feb. 13, Grammy winner Peter Gabriel — the singer-songwriter and world music champion who gave us "In Your Eyes" from the film "Say Anything" — celebrated his milestone 70th birthday.
Huffington Post founder and author Arianna Huffington blew out 70 candles on her birthday cake on July 15.
Golden Globe winner Ron Perlman — who's beloved for his work on TV's "Beauty and the Beast" and "Sons of Anarchy" and the big screen's "Hellboy" franchise — marked his 70th year on April 13.
On Sept. 2, lawyer-turned-TMZ founder Harvey Levin blew out 70 candles on his birthday cake.
Singer Rebbie Jackson — the eldest member of the Jackson family of musicians and elder sister of singers Michael and Janet Jackson — celebrated her 70th birthday on May 29.
Grammy winner Billy Ocean, the singer behind the 1984 hit "Caribbean Queen (No More Love on the Run)," turned 70 on Jan. 21.
"Rhoda" alum Julie Kavner — who won an Emmy for her performance as the titular character's little sister, Brenda Morgenstern, on the acclaimed sitcom then went on to win another for her work voicing Marge Simpson (as well as Marge's sisters, Patty and Selma) on "The Simpsons" — celebrated her 70th on Sept. 7.
Actor Bruce Boxleitner, who's best known for his leading roles on TV series including "How the West Was Won," "Scarecrow and Mrs. King" and "Babylon 5" — and who played two characters in the 1982 film "Tron" — marked his 70th birthday on May 12.
On Jan. 29, Ann Jillian — who became a sex symbol thanks to her role as blonde Cassie Cranston on the '80s sitcom "It's a Living" — turned 70 on Jan. 29.
Football player-turned-actor Ed Marinaro — who starred on TV's "Hill Street Blues" and "Blue Mountain State" — celebrated his 70th birthday on March 31.
"Supernatural" actor Jim Beaver had reason to celebrate this summer — he turned 70 on Aug. 12.
Apple co-founder and season 8 "Dancing With the Stars" competitor Steve Wozniak turned 70 on Aug. 11.
Grammy-winning jazz vocalist Bobby McFerrin of "Don't Worry, Be Happy" fame turned 70 on March 11.
Virgin Group founder Richard Branson, the British business magnate who was knighted in 2000 and has been a part of pop culture with his entertainment and business ventures for decades, turned 70 on July 18.
On Jan. 5, Blondie co-founder and guitarist Chris Stein (seen here with bandmate and onetime girlfriend Debbie Harry) celebrated his 70th b-day.
We hope he found a way to "Whip It" good! On May 18, Devo co-founder, lead singer and keyboardist Mark Mothersbaugh, who also composed the "Rugrats" theme song, turned 70. A few months later, he revealed he almost lost his life amid a battle with the coronavirus.
Tony Award-winning actress-singer Joanna Gleason — who's starred on the big screen in notable projects including "Heartburn," "Hannah and Her Sisters" and "Mr. Holland's Opus" — celebrated the big 7-0 on June 2. Fun fact: She's the daughter of late "Let's Make a Deal" game show host Monty Hall.
On April 18, director, producer and choreographer Kenny Ortega turned 70. He famously directed "Newsies," "Hocus Pocus" and the "High School Musical" and "Descendants" trilogies for Disney and choreographed classic films like "Dirty Dancing," "St. Elmo's Fire," "Pretty in Pink" and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off."
Rock singer-songwriter and bassist Suzi Quatro — who also had a recurring role on the iconic series "Happy Days" — celebrated her 70th birthday on June 3.
Rocker Billy Squier, who's known for tracks like "The Stroke," "Lonely Is the Night" and "The Big Beat," celebrated his milestone 70th birthday on May 12.
Basketball legend Julius "Dr. J" Erving, who after his successful NBA career went on to coach Tri-State in the BIG3 league, turned 70 on Feb. 22.
Olympic champion swimmer Mark Spitz — otherwise known as "Mark the Pool Shark" — celebrated his 70th birthday on Feb. 10. At the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, the athlete won seven gold medals — an impressive record that lasted for 36 years until fellow American swimmer Michael Phelps bested him in Beijing in 2008.