He is known for such roles as Opie Taylor on The Andy Griffith Show, and Richie Cunningham on the Happy Days show. After he left Happy Days, he became a director of films such as Cocoon (1985), Apollo 13 (1995), A Beautiful Mind (2001), and The Da Vinci Code (2006).
2. Jon Bon Jovi is a baby boomer born in March. 3/2/1962
Although his big screen breakthrough came when he starred in True Lies (1994), I remember him most for his TV comedy appearances in Roseanne in the 1980s.
4. Bruce Willis is a baby boomer born in March. 3/19/1955
Bruce Willis is a baby boomer born in March by Gage Skidmore, CC BY-SA 3.0, Link
Born in Germany, Bruce (who’s first name is actually Walter) as the son of an American soldier and a German mother, I remember him most from his role on Moonlighting, but you may remember him from his numerous action films such as Die Hard.
5. Mathew Broderick is a baby boomer born in March. 3/21/1962
We know him for his preppy sportswear that he created for us in the 1980s.
8. Vickie Lawrence is a baby boomer born in March. 3/26/49
Vickie Lawrence was born in March. Photo sourced at http://VickieLawrence.com/publicityphotos
Of course we loved her from the Carol Burnett show.
While a senior in high school, Vickie entered the Miss Fireball contest hosted by the local fire department. A newspaper reporter covering the event noted that she bore a striking resemblance to Carol Burnett. Vickie cut the article out and sent it to Burnett along with a fan letter. Later Burnett called her and told her she wanted to come watch the Miss Fireball contest. Pregnant at the time, the celebrity did indeed sneak in to watch Lawrence and the rest is history.
9. Reba McEntire is a baby boomer born in March. 3/28/55
Reba McEntire is a baby boomer born in March by Keith Hinkle, CC BY 2.0, Link
Reba took control over her country music career in 1984 and has since been known as The Queen of Country. She is one of the best-selling artists of all time, having sold more than 85 million records worldwide.
10. MC Hammer is a baby boomer born in March. 3/30/62
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