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

Stevie Nicks

Age: 64

Occupation: Rock Goddess

Known For: Her iconic work with Fleetwood Mac and a long solo career, both of which produced scores of singles including ‘Dreams,’ ‘Go Your Own Way,’ ‘Rhiannon,’ ‘Stand Back’ and ‘Edge of Seventeen,’ her former relationship with Fleetwood Mac guitarist and singer Lindsay Buckingham, her ethereal visual style, working with a wide variety of other artists, and being deemed the Reigning Queen of Rock and Roll by Rolling Stone magazine

Lenny Kravitz

Age: 48

Occupation: Singer, Songwriter, Musician and Actor

Known For: Setting a record when he won the Grammy for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance four years in a row for the songs ‘Fly Away,’ ‘American Woman,’ ‘Again’ and ‘Dig In,’ playing Cinna in ‘The Hunger Games,’ his former marriage to ‘The Cosby Show’ star Lisa Bonet, and generally being sex on feet

Pam Grier

Age: 63

Occupation: Actress

Known For: Starring in 1970s blaxploitation films like ‘Foxy Brown,’ enjoying a career resurgence after Quentin Tarantino cast her as the lead in 1997′s ‘Jackie Brown,’ and TV work on ‘Miami Vice,’ ‘The L Word’ and ‘Smallville’

Hank Williams, Jr.

Age: 63

Occupation: Singer, Songwriter and Sayer of Regretful Things

Known For: Country hits like ‘Family Tradition,’ ‘Born to Boogie,’ ‘A Country Boy Can Survive’ and ‘All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight,’ the latter of which was used as the theme for ‘Monday Night Football’ until he publicly compared President Obama to Hitler, and being the son of country legend Hank Williams

Helena Bonham Carter

Age: 46

Occupation: Actress

Known For: Her frequent collaborations with director and longtime boyfriend Tim Burton in films like ‘Corpse Bride,’ ‘Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,’ ‘Alice in Wonderland’ and ‘Dark Shadows,’ work in other movies including the ‘Harry Potter’ series and ‘The King’s Speech,’ and her habit of wearing things that make the eyes of people with good taste bleed