Born on this Day in History: December 21, 1955 - Jane Kaczmarek is an American actress best known for her role as Lois in the TV series "Malcolm in the Middle." Before landing the role which eventually garnered seven Emmy Award nominations, Kaczmarek appeared on other shows, including "Law & Order," "Touched by an Angel," and "Cybill." Besides acting, Kaczmarek founded the charity The Clothes Off Our Back Foundation with her husband Bradley Whitford.
On this Day in History: December 21, 1970 - prescription drug addict Elvis Presley at the White House to discuss The King's becoming a special drug enforcement agent. He presents Nixon with a pistol, and receives a special DEA badge in return.