Born on this Day in History: January 13, 1961 - Julia Louis-Dreyfus was born in New York City. She was cast as a regular on "Saturday Night Live" in 1982 where she stayed for two seasons. In 1986, she launched her film career, appearing in Hannah and Her Sisters and Soul Man. But it was her portrayal of Elaine on "Seinfeld" that launched her to stardom. In 2002, starred in the sitcom "Watching Ellie" and "The New Adventures of Old Christine" in 2006.
On this Day in History: January 13, 1987 - New York mobsters Anthony "Fat Tony" Salerno and Carmine "Junior" Persico sentenced to 100 years of prison for racketeering, along with six others. All were members of the Mafia "board of directors."