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April 22 celebrity birthdays

(KFVS) -

Lots of birthday candles to be blown out in Monroe, Louisiana today.

That's because a couple of "Duck Dynasty" stars are celebrating birthdays.

Missy Robertson is the wife of Jase Robertson who has her own clothing line. She also volunteers as a music teacher at her local school. She turns 44 today.

Willie Robertson turns 43. He's the CEO of Duck Commander which he turned into a multi-million dollar company. He and his brother Jase came up with the idea of a "Duck Dynasty" TV show. 

Other celebrities on today's birthday list include an Oscar winning actor known for his psychotic and offbeat characters in "The Shining," "The Departed" and "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest." He also stole the show with his performance as the Joker in Tim Burton's Batman movie. Jack Nicholson is 78 today.

He has one of the biggest selling "live" albums of all time. It spawned the hit singles "Do You Feel Like We Do" and "Show Me the Way." Peter Frampton came alive on this date in 1950, making him 65 today.

He's a member of the County Music Hall of Fame who starred opposite John Wayne in the movie "True Grit." His hits include: "Wichita Lineman," "Galveston" and "Rhinestone Cowboy." Glen Campbell is 79 today.

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