WWE legend Jerry Lawler, 62, who has been spicing up the fictional world of professional wrestling as a fighter and a commentator for nearly 40 years, suffered a very real heart attack during a live broadcast of WWE's Monday Night Raw.
Morgan Freeman, 75, may be known as one of the greatest actors of a generation, portraying everyone from Lucius Fox in the Christopher Nolan Batman movie franchise to Nelson Mandela in Clint Eastwood's Invictus and even God in Bruce Almighty, but he also has one of the most distinctive voices, having narrated such films as War of the Worlds and March of the Penguins, as well as the current Disovery Channel pop-science program, Through the Wormhole.
What appears to have started out as a hoax turned tragic Sunday night when Randy Lee Tenley, 44, a man from Kalispell, Mont. who was reportedly trying to stage a Bigfoot sighting, was accidentally killed in a traffic accident.
Scientist, comedian and educator Bill Nye, 56, best known for his stint on the Disney / PBS children's show, Bill Nye the Science Guy, which ran between the years of 1993 and 1998, has posted a video on online forum Big Think via YouTube revealing that he doesn't think too highly of people who deny evolution, especially when they try to pass their beliefs down to young, impressionable kids.
Taylor Lautner found himself the latest victim of an Internet hoax on Monday, when a fake People magazine cover, supposedly teasing the January issue of the magazine, was leaked online. The fake cover featured an image of Lautner above the title, "Exclusive: Taylor Lautner Out & Proud.