Jack Klugman. He was born on April 27, 1922, in Philadelphia, and he's still with us. Right now he's 89 years old.
Al Molinaro is still with us.
Who is Al Molinaro? Didn't you ever watch "Happy Days"? Al owned Arnold's Drive-In, where Richie Cunningham (Ron Howard), Potsie Weber (Anson Williams), Arthur Fonzarelli (Henry Winkler) and the gang hung out.
OK, Mr. Molinaro wasn't the first Al to push milkshakes in the series. Can you guess the first? Tick. Tick. Tick.
OK, time's up. It was Pat Morita -- Mr. Miyagi from "The Karate Kid" movies -- who's no longer with us. Morita returned to the series after Molinaro bowed out.
After "Happy Days," Molinaro teamed up with Williams to open a string of Big Al's diners. Look close, and you can even spot him in the 1994 "Buddy Holly" video by Weezer.
He's now retired from acting, settling down in Glendale, Calif., where he lives today with his wife, Sidney.
Albert Francis Molinaro. He was born on June 24, 1919, in Kenosha, Wis., making him 92 years old.
Some believe Kirk Douglas will never die. Yep, the father of popular film actor Michael Douglas, is still with us.
He of extremely dimpled chin is in his 90s now, and is the current title holder of Oldest Celebrity Blogger!
You can catch his latest thoughts on his MySpace account. Although wouldn't it be great if Spartacus tweeted?
In addition to logging the blogs, Douglas has spent some time on the stage recently. In 2009, he starred in a one-man autobiographical show in Culver City, Calif., a four-performance stint that was turned into a 2010 documentary.
No word if he was in his gladiator garb, however. But if someone could pull off that look at his age, it would be Kirk Douglas.
Kirk Douglas (birth name Issur Daneilovitch) was born on Dec. 9, 1916, in Amsterdam, N.Y. He's 95 years old, and could probably still kick your butt.
Dawn Wells charmed the world by playing Mary Ann in the '60s sitcom "Gilligan's Island," whipping up coconut cream pie after coconut cream pie.
She was Betty to Ginger's (Tina Louise) Veronica on that show. To this day, grown men ponder who they would rather be stuck with on a desert island for eternity: Mary Ann or Ginger.
Sure, Ginger had the goods -- but Mary Ann wasn't exactly a warthog, and most important -- she could cook! There. Settled that debate.