Celebrity Birthdays For The Week Of Oct. 20-26

Men react as they struggle against a strong wind and rain caused by approaching Typhoon Wipha at a business district in Tokyo October 16, 2013. A once-in-a-decade typhoon threatened Japan on Tuesday, disrupting travel and shipping and forcing precautions to be taken at the wrecked Fukushima nuclear power plant.   REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

Singer Jon Anderson (Yes) is 69. Singer Taffy Danoff of Starland Vocal Band is 69. Guitarist Glenn Tipton of Judas Priest is 66. Actor Brian Kerwin is 64. Guitarist Matthias Jabs of Scorpions is 57. Actress Nancy Cartwright (The Simpsons) is 56. Country singer Mark Miller of Sawyer Brown is 55. Drummer Chad Smith of Red Hot Chili Peppers and of Chickenfoot is 52. Actress Tracy Nelson (Father Dowling Mysteries) is 50. Actor Michael Boatman is 49. Actor Kevin Michael Richardson (The Cleveland Show) is 49. Actor Adam Goldberg (Saving Private Ryan) is 43. Guitarist Ed Robertson of Barenaked Ladies is 43.

Celebrity Workout Secrets For A Superstar Body

“Oh, well.” “Get A Superstar Body” originally appeared on Health.com Related on HuffPost: Loading Slideshow Vanessa Hudgens “Exercise is so amazing from the inside out. I feel so alive and have so much energy.” Cher “Nothing lifts me out of a bad mood better than a hard workout on my treadmill. It never fails. To us, exercise is nothing short of a miracle.” Brooke Burke-Charvet “To me, sweat is workout bliss.” Matthew McConaughey “It’s no fun to sit down and talk about what exercise has to do with life… go drip that sweat, run until we’re fatigued, to where the mind can’t ponder the past or the future, well, then you’ve got something… It’s fun to feel healthy, and it’s fun to feel good.” Minka Kelly “[Working out has] completely changed my body, my life, everything. I cannot live without it now. When you have such a good workout, it clears everything up mentally, physically, and you just have a better day.” Kelly Ripa “I like what it does for my mind. If I’ve had a bad day, if I’m feeling stressed out, if I’m feeling overwhelmed — it takes it all away. It’s my antidote for everything. If I feel any sort of emotional upheaval, I go for a jog and I feel better.” Heather Morris “When I’m working 16-hour days and I can’t work out, I get angry very easily. It’s because I’m missing all those good endorphins.

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Instead they brought their joy to the streets with 75 pianos around Boston and Cambridge for the public to use as they wish through Monday, October 14. The Celebrity Series of Boston Kickoff party offered live performances and an impromptu music session on a couple of those artfully-designed pianos while a montage of the series greatest moments played on Saturday, October 5. Skillful musicians played and sang from a wide variety of music genres, anything from planned performances to a little piano improvisation. All were welcome to play. Guests enjoyed a selection of wine, a Ben and Jerrys ice cream bar, and delectable desserts from Davios . The reception took place inside the Galleria, 10 Saint James Street in Boston. The new season has begun and upcoming performances include acclaimed pianist Yuja Wang playing works by Stravinsky, Chopin, and Prokofiev on Friday, October 18 at New England Conservatorys Jordan Hall at 8 p.m. Returning mandolinist Chris Thile rounds out the weekend with sonatas, his own compositions, and his contemporary music on Sunday, October 20 at the Sanders Theatre at 7 p.m. Other live performances include the extensive, extraordinary works of composer Harold Arlen with What Makes it Great with Rob Kapilow Over the Rainbow: The Songs of Harold Arlen . The evening pays tribute to Harold Arlens Broadway and timeless songs such as Stormy Weather, Ive Got the World on A String and much more performed by singing trio Rob Kapilow , Rebecca Luker , and Michael Winther at New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall. Visit www.celebrityseries.org for the wide range of performances in store for the 2013-2014 season!

The Celebrity Multi-Family Office

3 — on Oct. 4 in Tampa, Fla. Celebrity Photos: October 2013 Katherine Heigl and husband Josh Kelley looked smitten after lunch at Bubby’s restaurant in TriBeCa, NYC, on Oct. 4. Celebrity Photos: October 2013 Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf filmed their new movie ‘Fury’ in Oxfordshire, England on October 4. Celebrity Photos: October 2013 Kim Kardashian posted a photo on Oct. 4 of her daughter, North, who is almost four months old. Celebrity Photos: October 2013 Newly engaged Naya Rivera attended the Latina Magazine ‘Hollywood Hot List’ party at The Redbury Hotel in Hollywood on Oct. 3. Celebrity Photos: October 2013 Controversial celebrity photographer Terry Richardson released a series of risque photos of Miley Cyrus on Oct. 3. In them, Cyrus is seen licking a mirror, smoking, and stripping. Celebrity Photos: October 2013 Penelope Cruz stunned at a special screening of “The Counselor” at Odeon West End in London on October 3, just two and a half months after welcoming baby girl Luna. Celebrity Photos: October 2013 Christina Milian looked beautiful as she stepped out for dinner in West Hollywood, Oct. 3.

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Were all familiar with the stories about bankruptcy and overspending in show business, says Hannah Shaw Grove, executive editor of Private Wealth magazine and principal of the boutique consultancy HSGrove . Most entertainers and celebrities have a limited window in which they can earn consistently high incomes, so they need a strong team of professionals around them to help protect and leverage their assets into something greater. Athletes dont fare much better. Every move an athlete makes is observed, analyzed, and frequently second-guessed by coaches, managers, teammates, fans, and members of the press. Since a great number of people and organizations, such as sports federations and commercial sponsors, rely on winning athletes to generate revenue, its understandable that most athletes feel the pressure and are afraid of failure. Celebrities seeking a financial advisory relationship are increasingly attracted to the multi-family office model, which integrates select core aspects of a business managers job with a broad array of financial and legal expertise. According to Miguel Forbes , vice chairman of the Forbes Family Trust, Successful entertainers and athletes are turning to multi-family offices, who can help them navigate their financial worlds and are nimble enough to offer business strategy and support services specific to them. Celebrity multi-family offices offer a broad array of expertise, including advanced planning, which is a suite of cutting-edge services that help wealthy individuals and families structure their assets to be as tax-effective and secure as possible. According to Frank Seneco, president of Seneco & Associates , The ability of entertainers, for example, to leverage their loan-out corporations can prove extremely profitable. Advisors in multi-family offices can also offer business strategy and support, handling licensing agreements or business ventures with the celebrities names attached and helping them capitalize on their success to generate significant monies. All too often, less knowledgeable advisors will let celebrities not well versed in these areas dive into business deals with a very limited chance of success. When celebrities call on advisors to develop a business model, it means the advisors must go beyond the role of a traditional multi-family office, business manager, or management consultant, because theyre tackling the clients financial and tax issues all along the way, explains Flynn. The celebrity multi-family office offers two critical advantages to successful entertainers and athletes. One is an in-depth understanding of the celebrity world. More important, however, is the ability of the multi-family office to address the needs and wants of the successful entertainers and athletes in a holistic manner. While a top-notch multi-family office will provide solutions to specific issues, problems and needs, its services should also be all encompassing and comprehensive.