List of celebrities and famous people who were born on August 25th
Famous birthdays on August 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002001
French mathematician prodigy, he was the youngest candidate to the 2015 Baccalaureat (Abitur equivalent). He is an Asperger's Syndrome sufferer.
Famous birthdays on August 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901998
Latvian ice hockey player
Japanese actress and singer (Berryz Kobo! Buono!
Famous birthdays on August 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
English fashion model and the oldest of three children of Duran Duran lead singer Simon Le Bon, Yasmin Le Bon and Yasmin Le Bon. In her early years, she attended Newton Preparatory School in London. She then went on to Heathfield School Ascot to study Music, History of Art, and Photography. She sings and plays piano. Her most notable accomplishment …
Scottish singer and songwriter
English race car driver
American baseball player
Slovenian-Croatian cellist (2Cellos)
Chinese-American singer and actress
Panamanian/American pornographic actress
Indonesian badminton player
English race car driver
South Korean footballer
American actress. Bilson was born in California to a show business family. She made her television debut on TV in 2003. She is best known for her role as Summer Roberts in the prime-time drama The O.C. Bilson's film debut was in 2006's The Last Kiss. She also starred in Jumper (2008), an action/science fiction movie. She stars as Dr. …
Curaçaoan-Dutch tennis player
Born 1981, Australian cancer activist
French tennis player
An English singer who is best known for his participation in the first series British ITV television show Pop Idol. His first single was a cover of Dolly Parton song "I Will Always Love You", which reached No. 6 on the UK Singles Chart. This was followed by "Something Inside So So Strong", a top 40 hit originally recorded by …
Race Car Driver
American baseball player
Famous birthdays on August 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
German politician and historian (d. 2015).
Comic Book Artist
Japanese actor and singer (D.Boys).
American basketball player
American rapper, who died at 28 years old (b. 1967).
German rugby player
Togo, an American actor, plays the role of Ryan Wolfe, a police officer, on CSI Miami (TVaEUR(tm), TVaEUR(tm), a hit crime series starring David Caruso). Togo received a Vassar College theater degree and moved to NYC with a duffel bag, $500 and a few other things. Togo landed small roles in TV shows like aEURoeJudging AmyaEUR or aEURoeEdaEUR, and also …
Canadian screenwriter and actress
Producer and Japanese voice actress
American boxer (Born 1977).
French prodigy, youngest candidate to the French BaccalaurA(c),at since it was established by Napoleon on 17/03/1808. Arthur received the diploma in 1989 at the age of 11 years and 11 mois.
Canadian ice hockey player
A French judoka, who has represented France at international and national levels. She was awarded gold medals at four European championships (2000, 2002, 2003, 2005, and 2005) as well as a world championship in 2001.
American basketball coach and player
Melbourne, Victoria -- Basketball forward (1996 Olympics)
Portland, Maine -- Miss America - Maine (1997)
Pakistani cricketer and coach
Lismore (NSW) -- Swimmer (1996 Olympics-Silver Medalist).
Australian rugby player
WNBA guard (Phoenix Mercury).
Wide receiver (Cincinnati Bengals)
West Palm Beach, Florida -- Diver (1996 Olympics)
NFL defensive tackle (Dallas Cowboys)
Dominican baseball player
German screenwriter and director producer
German film director
Wide receiver (Indianapolis Colts).
American football player (d.2013)
Italian entertainer best known for her appearances on tabloid talk programs. Famous for being the girlfriend of Albano Carrisi (famous Italian singer), with whom she had a son and a daughter. After several public conflicts, they split.
NBA guard (Dallas Mavericks)
NFL linebacker (Buffalo Bills)
Turkish actress and singer
American producer and DJ
American professional wrestler (Born 1971).
Italian cyclist, winner of 2001 Tour of Italia. He is the most skilled climber in the world, with only two other riders that could challenge him or even match him. He was ranked third in 1999 and 2000, and he won the Vuelta A EspaA+ stage to the Alto Angliru and the Giro d'Emilia in 2000. Some of his races …
Hockey forward (Team Japan 1998)
Toms River, New Jersey -- Figure skater (1997 Pac Coast Sr Champ)
Suriname -- Radio host
Professional wrestler (d. 2003).
German model and considered the prettiest woman in the world by some. Elle Magazine was her first magazine cover and she was 17 when she was discovered. Since her 1987 debut, she has been featured on the covers of over 400 magazines. She also signed a fantastic contract with Revlon. In January 1994, she was engaged to illusionist David Copperfield. …
American country music singer
American basketball player: Forward, Lakers
Hackensack, New Jersey -- Infielder (Chicago Cubs).
Swedish actress and model
American musician. Jo Dee Messina, a country singer and songwriter who has won numerous awards, was awarded the American Country Music Awards' Top New Female Vocalist Award in 1999. As a child, she began her entertainment career performing in plays in Boston. By age 14, she was singing with the Jo Dee Messina Band and going to school during the …
Soccer player (Roda JC and PSV).
Walnut Creek, California -- Tennis star (1993 Taranto Doubles).
Fairfield, Connecticut -- Rower (1996 Olympics)
Papua New Guinean-Australian Rugby player and coach
Famous birthdays on August 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
English actress and model
Canadian television host les Ailes de la Mode, a show that focuses on fashion.
American defensive end, who began his pro-football career in 1991.
Hong Kong -- Canadian Tour golfer
San Francisco, California -- Tennis star
Indian cricketer coach and sportscaster
Norwegian-Russian composer and pianist
American singer and voice actor
Author, actor, sportswriter and Ballhawk
Edinburgh, Scotland -- Golfer (95 British Open-12th).
American television personality and chef
He is an Israeli actor, model, and actor in theatre, television, and cinema. He starred in Barbarossa, an Italian movie based on Frederick I Barbarossa's life, in 2009. He played the role in Oliver Stone's 2004 film Alexander as Darius III. He has appeared in numerous television commercials in Italy. Beginning in April 2010, he hosted the weekly TV program …
Turkish composer and singer
American producer and singer (Powerman 5000).
Japanese actress and driver of a race car
Scottish singer-songwriter Belle and Sebastian
Japanese singer-songwriter and bass player (The Mad Capsule Markets).
French entrepreneur and businessman. He is best known for being the founder and majority shareholder in Iliad, a French Internet service provider. Iliad trades under the Free label. He also co-owns the newspaper Le Monde and the rights to the song "My Way". He acquired Orange Suisse, a Swiss phone company, on 17 December 2014.
English screenwriter and producer of actor
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Wilco Loose fur and Uncle Tupelo).
German comedian, writer and doctor.
Japanese voice actor
Italian sports champion, the 1988 Olympic Gold Medal winner for rowing. He won the Atlanta Olympics gold medal in pair rowing, with D. Tizzano, on 7/27/1996.
American keyboard player, songwriter, and producer (Planet X Dream Theater & Black Country Communion).
Shreveport (La.) -- Outfielder (Indians and White Sox).
English screenwriter and actress
American homicide: He shot and killed his adoptive parents 1/7/1984. At 7:13 AM, he called police to report the crime. He tried to accuse his adopted brother vaguely but he eventually admitted to it. The motive behind the crime was not known. The motive for the crime was unknown. He did not have any prior drug or misconduct history. It …
American singer-songwriter ("The Gits") (d. 1993).
Chicago, Illinois -- Tennis player (French Open Jr 1980)
NFL cornerback (Seattle Seahawks).
Indian cricketer and coach
NFL linebacker (Atlanta Falcons, Buffalo Bills)
American actor, handsome, and well-dressed. Underwood is best known for his role in the 1986 series, "L.A. Law". He is independent and meticulous, but he is also family-oriented. He married Desiree DaCosta 9/17/1994.
American Vedic Astrologer, Full-time Pro psychic and "The Beverly Hills Love Guru". Roman was a personaligist (face reader) and had a successful private practice for 19 year. He was a charismatic personality and a great enthusiast who promoted himself to the media by appearing in magazines and newspapers around the globe. He was a regular guest on TV and radio …
American producer and writer for television
Russian-American mathematician, academic
Author and chess player from Greece
Actor (Dylan Lewis -Guiding Light).
Washington, USA: actor (Jonathan – L.A. Law).
American comic book writer and artist
American producer and rapper (Digital Underground).
Canadian actress (You can't do that on television)
Slovenian politician and lawyer, 8th Prime Minister of Slovenia
Estonian diplomat and lawyer
Heavy metal rocker (White Snake, "Here I Go Again")
British impressionist and mimic, creator of well-constructed comic characters. To develop her own alter-egos, she watched Judy Garland and other actors, especially Judy Garland. Jessica quit university to get into the showbiz. Within a year she was on television. She is known for her roles in "Copycats" as well as working with Rory Bremner (a famous Scottish impersonator).
German manager and footballer
heavy metal rocker.
Latvian triple jumper
NFL tackle (Miami Dolphins).
Latvian triple jumper
American actor and singer
Manchester, England -- Actress (Kill Me Again).
American singer, guitarist and vocalist. He was the grandson of a preacher and began singing gospel in choir when he was a preschooler. He was a passionate sportsman and wanted to become a baseball catcher. However, he became discouraged at the age of 20 when an inner voice told him to learn how to sing and get a guitar. The …
Professor of Plant Science, University of Oxford
Austrian manager and footballer
Famous birthdays on August 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American photographer model, whose delicate Japanese beauty was featured in a nude centerfold published in September 1978 by "Players". Although she never made it to the movies, she worked at an Oriental club and made good money. In 1984, she used it for a drug habit that she later quit.
American actresses and sopranos
American illustrator and author
American politician and lawyer
American illustrator and author
American operatic soprano
American filmmaker, whose films have a Gothic feel. His work often includes a quiet snowfall at night or a Halloween scene. His stories often center around a misunderstood outsider for whom he uses Johnny Depp and Michael Keaton as well as Paul Reubens and Winona Ryder. His works include "Beetlejuice", "Edward Scissorhands," and the two "Batman” epics.
He is an American actor who has been seen mainly on television. He produced his first short film in 2000, "Puppy love." At the Los Angeles film festival, it won first prize in its respective category.
Dutch singer (Tambourine)
American academic and lawyer author
British actor, writer, and theatre director
Pakistani sportscaster and cricketer
American ice hockey coach and player
Rocker (Stock Aitken and Waterman, "Road Block")
Finnish race car driver (d. 1986)
Japanese footballer coach and manger
Scottish guitarist (Magazine Visage Siouxsie, the Banshees Public Image Ltd. and The Armoury Show). (d. 2004).
German politician and businessman
Tamil actor and politician
French road racing champion, who was also a specialist in one-day classic cycling races. He was a French rider who raced from 1977-1995, and was one of the most respected of a generation that included Bernard Hinault or Laurent Fignon. Gilbert Duclos Lasalle is a television commentator since his retirement.
Baron Wallace of Tankerness Scottish politician and lawyer First Minister of Scotland
Keyboardist/vocalist (Motels-"Only the Lonely")
Scottish politician. He was elected as a Liberal Democrat Member to Parliament at the General Election on 6/11/1987.
New York, USA. Actor (Jim Malloy- Gibbsville).
English keyboard player, songwriter, and producer (The Buggles Yes & Asia).
Coach and cricketer from Sri Lanka
English public servant
Indian actor and politician
Brazilian-American radio host and lawyer
NYC, New York -- Rock vocalist / guitarist (Mink Deville)
American singer-songwriter (Born 1950).
French sommelier at the 'Chateau d'artigny' restaurant, Montbazon, since 1971.
French road bike racer and the son of Pierre Molineris. Molineris won a stage at the 1974 Tour de France in 1974. He won ParisaEUR'Bourges in 1976.
Georgian son of Petre Grzinsky
American producer and composer of bass (d. 2011).
Famous birthdays on August 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American Israeli-born musician. He is a singer, actor, bass player, and singer. He recorded several solo albums in 1978. His records were supported by the biggest ad campaign ever seen in music history. He created the axe bass guitar two years after his solo success.
Author and critic in Welsh-English
Scottish actor (d. 2006).
Dutch academic and banker
Iranian-Canadian producer and composer
New York, USA; rocker (KISS - "Beth").
American producer and actor
New York, USA. Actor (The Deer Hunter and Maria's Lovers).
French politician, member of the Socialist Party and Mayor of Poitiers from 2008, and Member of France's National Assembly for the first Vienne constituency since 1997. He is a member of the Socialist, Radical, Citizen, and Miscellaneous Left section of the National Assembly.
Greek biologist and chemist
American guitarist and singer
Greek biomedical and chemical engineer
American illustrator and author
He is an Italian heart surgeon who is internationally recognized for his coronary bypass technique. He died June 1, 2006.
Dutch MP (PvdA)
American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher who played with the Oakland Athletics (1968aEUR”1976), San Diego Padres (77aEUR”1980) and Milwaukee Brewers (81aEUR”1985).
American football player and sportscaster (d.2015)
American writer, speaker, and songwriter of Christian music. She is best known for her songs "There is a Redeemer". Keith Gordon Green (1953-1982), an American Christian music pianist, singer, and songwriter was her husband. They wrote many songs together, including "Your Love Broke Through", “You Put This Love in my Heart”, and "Asleep in the Light".
American poet and children's writer
American poet and author
Steubenville sports Champions
American producer and screenwriter
Belgian cartoonist. Before collaborating with many weekly The Adventures of Tintin comic strips and Spirou, he began his career as an advertising professional. He co-founded Pharaoh in 1980 with AndrA(c),-Paul Duchateau. He joined Lived in 1985 and created The Paths of Glory together with Jan Bucquoy. He created Morbid State, a postindustrial trilogy for GlA(c).nat two years later. In 1996, …
New Rochelle (New York) -- Actor (Orphans and Silence of Lambs).
Canadian author and historian
English judge and lawyer
Canadian ice hockey coach and politician
US literary (Dessa Rose).
Screenwriter and actor from the Philippines
American composer and conductor
Surrey, England -- Countess Of Cleavage (Carry On Lovng).
English journalist and novelist
American politician and lawyer Captain American Governor of Georgia
United States -- Small bore rifle (1976 Olympics-Silver Medalist)
Brazilian-American screenwriter and producer
Coach and footballer from Italy
French politician, Secretary for the Disabled 2002-2004
Belgian actor and singer
German actor and boxer (d. 2004).
Italian television presenter, presenter, journalist and actress.
Famous birthdays on August 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Luton (England) -- Director (Dracula Short Circuit).
English actor (d. 2014.)
A Brazilian astrologer who is highly respected by her colleagues. She is a consultant and teacher as well as an international lecturer. She is a best-selling author in Brazil, focusing on sexual issues (AIDS, homosexuality, etc.) and Neptune-related topics (drugs, alcohol).
Actress (Issue Blum)
Author (Day of the Jackal Deceiver Odessa File, Day of the Jackal)
French-Algerian director for short films. Later, he was also co-director for features. He was a former student of the Art School of Alger and produced many popular films. He is said to have the style and aesthetics of Proust. He often followed the same themes through his personal fantasies and aesthetics. These themes included passionate love, homosexuality and crime. He …
American actor (d.2015)
Indian businessman founded Image Institute of Technology & Management in 2009
Italian comedy actor.
Great Falls, Montana -- Shooter (1964-72 Olympics - Gold/Silver Medals)
Indiana, USA; actor.
American poet. He was awarded the National Book Award for 1983 for his book 'Country Music. Selected Early Poems'. In 1998, he won the Pulitzer Prize for his novel 'Black Zodiac. He was elected Poet Laureate for the United States in June 2014.
Canadian politician and judge Deputy Premier of Quebec
American musician, author, and historian who specializes in American country music and other traditional American music. He is a well-known scholar and author of Country Music, U.S.A. 1968, which is the first complete academic history of country music.
Filipino disc jockey, television host, senator
USSR -- Cosmonaut (Vostok V, Soyuz 22, 31 / 39)
Middlesex, England -- Specialist in special effects (Dr No).
American actor and director
American composer and saxophonist (Miles Davis Quintet, Weather Report).
American journalist and author
Hungarian director and screenwriter (d. 2007)
Italian composer, director and musicologist of theatre.
Michigan, USA; actor.
American actor, who made his film debut in 1962 with "War Hunt". He then got parts on TV shows that mainly focused on Western and war-motif stories. His rugged good looks give credibility to his characters. He made his breakthrough role in 1970 as he starred with Donald Sutherland and Elliott Gould in "Mash". In 1979, he was cast as …
French actor, singer, and entertainer.
Russia -- Cosmonaut
After years of success on the TV talk show "Live with Regis & Kathie Lee", an American TV host became a star with his TV game show "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?"
Actor German-English (d. 2013).
Los Angeles-based local news anchor. (Born 1931)
American politician, ex-Gouvernor of Idaho and Secretary to the Interior between 1977-1981 under President Carter.
American family of distinction, father of astrologer Stephen Connors; married Ruth Steinbrecher Connors. Eye color: Hazel. Married once. Had 5 children.
Scottish actor and film legend for his role as agent 007 in "James Bond". In 1987, Connery was honored with the Academy Award for "Best Supporting Actor" for the film "The Untouchables". Connery has continued to work in over 50 films. Connery is a hardworking actor who demands professionalism from all actors, directors, and crew members.
USA; actress (Passages from Finnegan's Wake).
Hungarian economist, geographer (d.2012)
British diplomat and academic from England
Actor from Canada (d. 2003).
Toronto, Ontario -- Actor (Charlie-Mary Hartman)
Dutch actress / publicist (Aside, Sekstant).
New Zealand actor
Famous birthdays on August 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
French author of novels, essays, and travel books. His writings often explore homosexuality and creativity.
American electrotechnologist and CEO of E-Systems. E-Systems is a reconnaissance, surveillance, communications software defense contractor. Keiffer holds a BS in Electrical Engineering and a MS in Electonic Engineering.
American composer and academic
American football player
France sport Champion
American baseball coach and manager (d.2004)
German-American Nobel Prize winner in Physics and Engineer.
American tennis player, champion of Wimbledon Women's Singles in 1957 & 1958. She became the first black woman to participate in the United States nationals in 1950. She won 56 tournaments during her career, including five Grand Slam singles titles, the United States nationals, Wimbledon twice, and the French Championship in 1956.
American banker, real-estate developer, and Republican politician, Houston, Texas. He died at 65 on May 1, 1993.
Belgian archeologist. He died in Bruxelles on the 13th of August 2005.
American administrator and CEO of CNA Financial. CNA Financial is a property and casualty insurance company. Noha, a college graduate with a BBA, is active in industry public affairs.
American chemical engineer and CEO at Cypress Minerals, an American mining company. Barr holds a BS degree in chemical engineering and specializes on engineering the production of manufacturing.
French arranger, composer, and leader of big bands.
At 73, James Bond Movies' title designer, dies
American basketball player, he was a one-year pro in 1946.
American basketball player, he was the first to play pro basketball in 1949.
Australian journalist and author (d.2004)
Lithuanian basketball coach and player (d. 2001).
Hungarian tennis player, coach (d. 2006).
Author and poet from Colombia, Mexican origin (d. 2013).
Le Mans Military man
Canadian judge and lawyer (d. 2012).
Scottish historian novelist. Her six-part series on Francis Crawford of Lymond, The Lymond Chronicles (which she continued with the eight-part prequel The House of NiccolA2) is her most well-known work. She also wrote a novel called King Hereafter about historical Macbeth, as well as a series mystery novels that were centered on Johnson Johnson, a portrait artist/spy.
Italian newscaster and TV journalist.
Dutch singer / song writer / programmer
Canadian-American television host of LetaEUR(tm),s Make a deal, a top U.S. show that debuted in 1963 and ran for 22 consecutive years. Hall is a well-known philanthropist and has won more than 500 awards for humanitarian work. He has also been a prolific fund-raiser. Hall has made more than 100 appearances each year in the United States, Canada and the …
American politician who was moderately liberal in his voting records during his time in the Illinois legislature. He was a Jewish millionaire and Chicago's unlikely great white hope during the 1983 racially biased mayoral election, which Harold Washington won. His 1968 and 1974 hospitalizations for psychiatric testing were praised by the passionate contest.
Costa Rican lawyer, philosopher and poet. From 1974 to 1978, he was Costa Rica's President. He is credited for the creation of the Sistema Nacional de Radio y TelevisiA3n, and the Universidad Estatal a Distancia.
Author and screenwriter from Ireland (d. 1999).
Canadian politician and businessman 20th Canadian Minister for Labour (d. 1999).
Director of French arts festivals; he was the Festival d'Avignon director from 1971 to 1979.
Famous birthdays on August 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American politician, who served three terms as the Democratic Governor for Alabama beginning in 1963. He was a segregationist and ran unsuccessfully for the presidency in 1968, 1972, and 1976. He maintained that despite his segregationist career, he was not racist. He was a long-standing champion of the rights of the state and ruled his own state for nearly a …
French industrialist and politician.
American educator and bandleader (d. 2010).
Clio, Alabama -- (Gov-D-Alabama) / Presidential Candidate
American pianist, composer, conductor, and conductor of symphonies and ballets, musical comedy, chamber music, and film scores. He is a remarkable talent. He retired from the New York Philharmonic after ten years and 943 performances. Since 11/14/1943, when he was 25 years old, he was hired as an assistant conductor to replace Bruno Walter. He was then called upon without …
Plymouth, England -- Actor (Adventures of Robin Hood).
Elberon, New Jersey -- Actor (Longest Day, Eaten Alive, 5th Floor)
Cedar Rapids, Iowa -- Actor (George-Hazel, Ozzie & Harriet)
Danish actress and director (d.2011)
Dutch-German singer and host of a game show (d. 1986).
American actor. A redhead with a boyish appearance, who starred in 125 films between the '40s & '50s. He arrived in New York at the age of 18, star-struck, with $5 in his pocket. Also, he had a straw bag containing all his possessions. His 6'3" height was the highlight of his dancing, and he performed in the chorus in …
Japanese aviator (d. 2000)
Actor/director (Napoleon Sunset Blvd).
Pilot and lieutenant in Japan (d. 2000).
American scientist, physician, and pediatrician, who was also a Nobel Prize Winner, along with Enders and Weller, for Medicine and Physiology, on 12/10/1954. The award was given to them for their discovery of the ability of the poliomyelitis viral to grow in different tissue cultures.
French volleyball champion.
American viola player and educator (d. 1997)
Blagovestchensk, Siberia -- Composer (Princess Zondilda)
Actor (George Baxter-Hazel), passes away from cardiac arrest at the age of 76.
American animator and illustrator (d. 1973).
German politician and President of East Germany, 5/3/1971-10/18/1989. He was a miserable Marxist and ruled East Germany for 18 more years, until the October 1989 uprising swept him away. Gregor Guzy was elected president on 12/09/1989, just two months after he had resigned from his duties. Honecker's government had mismanaged the economy, the environment, and East Germany needed to rebuild …
American cartoonist and writer who created the strip "Hazel." After receiving a B.A. After receiving a B.A. from Berkeley, he was appointed associate editor of Judge magazine in 1937. In 1943, he wrote his first Hazel for Saturday Evening Post. His first of 16 cartoon books was published in 1946. He was well-known for his screenplays "Showdown At Ulcer Gulch", …
Vietnamese politician and general 3rd Minister for Defence for Vietnam (d.2013)
French archaeologist and paleontologist, paleoanthropologist and anthropologist. He has a passion for technology and aesthetics, as well as a penchant to philosophical reflection.
General and statesman of Vietnam
American poet, sculptor, and painter (d. 2012).
Canadian-American actress and dancer (d. 1993).
American baseball player (d.2010)
Switzerland -- 4-man Bobsled (1936 Olympics, Gold Medalist).
Criminologist / writer
Famous birthdays on August 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
England, United Kingdom -- Actor ("Robe, Klatuu - Day the Earth Stood Still")
Halifax, Nova Scotia -- Dancer (Dames), 42nd Street
Doctor / Methodist
Concord, Massachusetts -- Actor ("I Want to Live Tingler")
She was an American Indian community educator and historian. She also advocated for the San Luis Rey Luiseno Band of Indians. Named after her, a school and a park are located in Oceanside, CA. She described her education as a puzzle, which included a Catholic school, Quaker School, a Catholic school, and an American Indian school. After that, she was …
German politician (CDU)
English cricketer (d. 1979)
Polish saint and nun (d. 1938).
Canadian-American actress and dancer. She was one of six children raised in a New York tenement. She was a chorus girl when she was 13, and helped to support her family. She went to Hollywood to star in "42nd Street," an '30s musical masterpiece. Then came a series with Dick Powell that featured song and dance videos.
The Elo rating system was created by a Hungarian-American player of chess (d. 1992).
Austrian and US psycho-analysts (Uses of Enchantment).
German composer Zeus and Elidco, dies at the age of 69.
France sport Champion
Danish playwright / director (Tivoli)
Lyon 1er Politician
German biochemist and physician; Nobel Prize laureate (d.81)
Germany scientist and biochemist, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1953. His studies on intermediary metabolism were notable; he published his autobiography in 1952.
American spiritualist, medium, minister, faith healer and midwife who wrote for magazines in '50s & '60s.