Actress Betty White, 91.
Actor James Earl Jones, 82.
Talk-show host Maury Povich, 74.
Singer Chris Montez, 71.
Singer William Hart (The Delfonics), 68.
Former Rolling Stones guitarist Mick Taylor, 65.
Singer Sheila Hutchinson (The Emotions), 60.
Singer Steve Earle, 58.
Singer Paul Young, 57.
Actor-comedian Steve Harvey, 56.
Singer Susanna Hoffs (The Bangles), 54.
Actor Jim Carrey, 51.
Actor Denis O'Hare (“The Good Wife,” “American Horror Story”), 51.
Actor Joshua Malina (“The West Wing,” “Sports Night”), 47.
Singer Shabba Ranks, 47.
Drummer Jon Wysocki (Staind), 45.
Actor Naveen Andrews (“Lost”), 44.
Musician Kid Rock, 42.
Actor Freddy Rodriguez (“Six Feet Under”), 38.
Actress Zooey Deschanel (“New Girl”), 33.
Singer Ray J, 32.
Country singer Amanda Wilkinson (The Wilkinsons), 31.
DJ Calvin Harris, 29.
Drummer Jeremiah Fraites (The Lumineers), 27.
Timberlake may return to music
NEW YORK — Is Justin Timberlake bringing his music career back?
The 31-year-old superstar has concentrated almost exclusively on his acting career over the last few years. But Jan. 10, he posted a video on his website that showed him walking into a studio, putting on headphones and saying: “I'm ready.”
Timberlake hasn't made an album since 2006's Grammy-winning “FutureSex/LoveSounds.”
In the video, Timberlake is also heard saying that he obsesses over his music and doesn't want to put music out that he doesn't love — and that you have to wait for music you love.
Timberlake — who recently married longtime girlfriend Jessica Biel — has been in several movies, including “The Social Network,” “Bad Teacher,” “Friends With Benefits” and last year's “Trouble With the Curve.”
“FutureSex/LoveSounds,” which won four Grammy Awards, launched three No. 1 hits and sold more than 4 million units in the United States.
From Staff and Wire Reports