Today in History – October 22
Today is Monday, October 22. There are 64 days until Christmas.Today is Color Day and Nut Day.
On this date in 1938, Chester Carlson demonstrated the first copying machine.
In 1960, boxer Cassius Clay, the future Muhammad Ali, won his first pro fight.
In 1979, the 100-millionth person passed through the gates of Florida's Walt Disney World.
Happy Birthday to Christopher Lloyd, who is 80. He won an Emmy for his work on "Taxi." He also appeared in the "Back to the Future" films, and "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest."
Actor Jeff Goldblum from "The Fly," "Jurassic Park," and "The Big Chill" is 66.
Pop-reggae artist Shaggy is 50.
Musician Zac Hanson of Hanson is 33. He is the drummer and youngest member of the group Hanson.
Actor Jonathan Lipnicki from the Stuart Little" movies, and the film"Jerry McGuire," is 28.