Born on this Day in History: December 9, 1962 - Felicity Huffman was born December 9, 1962, in Bedford, New York. In 1988, she made her Broadway debut in Speed-the-Plow. After a string of guest appearances and small film parts, she took a job in "Sports Night" in 1998. After a recurring role on "Frasier," she landed a leading role in "Desperate Housewives." In 2005 she found success on the big screen in Transamerica.
On this Day in History: December 9, 1999 - President Bill Clinton signs legislation outlawing "crush videos," which generally involve women stomping frogs, mice, or other small animals with high heels. This fetish is definitely a niche market.