I've seen Margaret Sullavan in exactly one movie, but it's a doozy -- The Shop Around the Corner, with Jimmy Stewart and Lionel Barrymore:
Great stuff. What an odd, wonderful voice she had! Sullavan was born today, in 1909, but died too young in 1960.
Meanwhile, another not that great looking actress who has a wonderful, unique voice, Debra Winger, turns 57 today. She was a big, big star in the early 1980s from movies like Terms of Endearment, Urban Cowboy, and An Officer and a Gentleman, but my favorite work from her is probably with Nick Nolte in a very odd version of Cannery Row:
Oh, and it's also Megan Fox's 26th birthday: