Here’s a look at some notable birthdays being celebrated today:

Loretta Lynn

Age: 77

Occupation: First Lady of Country Music

Known For: A historical career including 16 No. 1 singles such as ‘Don’t Come Home A’ Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ on Your Mind),’ ‘You Ain’t Woman Enough’ and ‘Coal Miner’s Daughter,’ politically controversial songs that often got her banned from radio play, being inducted into more music Halls Of Fame than any other female recording artist, and a 2004 resurrection after collaborating with White Stripes member Jack White on the critically-acclaimed album ‘Van Lear Rose’

Sarah Michelle Gellar

Age: 35

Occupation: Actress

Known For: Playing the title character on the series ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer,’ roles in movies such as ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer,’ ‘Cruel Intentions’ and the ‘Scooby-Doo’ franchise, her current role on the series ‘Ringer,’ and her marriage to Freddie Prinze, Jr.

Pete Rose

Age: 71

Occupation: Retired Baseball Player and Manager

Known For: Winning three World Series while playing with the Cincinnati Reds and the Philadelphia Phillies, later managing the Reds, his nickname “Charlie Hustle,” and being permanently — and many feel, unjustly — banned from baseball in 1989 amidst accusations that he bet on baseball games

Anthony Michael Hall

Age: 44

Occupation: Actor

Known For: Starring as a lovable geek in the teen classic movies ‘Sixteen Candles,’ ‘The Breakfast Club’ and ‘Weird Science,’ appearing in other films such as ‘National Lampoon’s Vacation,’ ‘Edward Scissorhands’ and ‘Six Degrees of Separation,’ playing Bill Gates in the 1999 TV movie ‘Pirates of Silicon Valley,’ and his lead role in the popular USA Network series ‘The Dead Zone’

Adrien Brody

Age: 39

Occupation: Actor

Known For: Becoming the youngest man to ever win a Best Actor Oscar at the age of 29 for ‘The Pianist,’ the famous smooch he planted on presenter Halle Berry when he bounded on stage to accept the award, being the only American actor to receive the French César Award, and roles in other films including ‘Cadillac Records’ and ‘Midnight in Paris’