On This Day: TV and Film History on July 4


On This Day: TV and Film History on July 4th.

History may be annoying to some, but it’s what shapes us in life. Especially in film and TV. It allows us to celebrate the lives of celebrities who are entertaining us.

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As well as remember the films and TV shows that entertained us before. So whether we’re saying Happy Birthday or reminded of when our favorite show began, check out the TV and film history on July 4th.

Alex Hibbert

Born: July 4, 2004
Starred In: Moonlight and The Chi



Mo McRae

Born: July 4, 1982
Starred In: Den of Thieves, The First Purge, Almost Family, Gridiron Gang, Pitch, and more.


Earl Billings

Born: July 4, 1945
Starred In: One False Move, Miss Guided, American Splendor, Antwone Fisher, and more.


Ariel Diane King

Born: July 4, 1994
Starred In: Dollface, Homebody, American Crime Story, and more.

David Joyner

Born: July 4, 1963
Starred In: Barney & Friends, Hip Hop Harry, Barney’s Great Adventure, Barney and the Backyard Gang, Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster, and more.

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Scary Movie 2

Synopsis: As the supernatural extension of the first film, “Scary Movie 2” casts its satirical eye on such iconic classics as “The Exorcist” and “Poltergeist,” as well as the more recent films “Hannibal,” “What Lies Beneath” and “The House on Haunted Hill.” In addition to all things supernatural, it lunges even further, taking on pulp icons including “Charlie’s Angels” and “Mission Impossible 2.”
Release Date: July 4, 2001

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