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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on December 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000

  • American grandchild of a well-known family. Clark's son, Wesley Clark, Jr., is the screenwriter and Astrid, his wife, was born in Colombia.

1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on December 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on December 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Perdita Weeks

    British actress

  • Romina Power, a noted Italian actress, and Al Bano, her husband were the parents of an Italian-born daughter. Both of their parents were singers. Romina was the child of actor Tyrone Power. Mother Teresa baptized her.

  • Kenyan runner

  • Welsh singer-songwriter (V)


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on December 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • This American reality TV star was known as a Survivor Hunk. Mariano, a construction foreman who is also a part-time bartender was a finalist in "Survivor: All Stars". He proposed to Amber Brkich on May 9th, live filmed for 25 million viewers. Both were Survivor veterans. She won $1 million, while he was runner up. He won $250,000 for voting …

  • American singer-songwriter

  • South Korean manager and footballer

  • Public Servant

  • English cricketer

  • Canadian politician and the 23rd Prime Minster of Canada. He is the first child of Pierre and Margaret Trudeau and comes from a prominent Canadian political family. Trudeau was elected leader of Canada's Liberal Party on 14 April 2013. On 4 November 2015, he was elected leader of the Liberal Party of Canada.

  • Producer and guitarist from Ireland (The Cranberries Mono Band, Arkitekt).

  • safety (Chicago Bears).


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on December 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • Ingrid Betancourt

    Colombian-born politician, kidnap victim, she is the mother to two children.

  • A Barbadian politician, who was the sixth Prime Minister for Barbados between 16 January 2008 and his death from pancreatic carcinoma at 2:10 a.m. on 23 Oct 2010. He died at his home in Mapps (St. Philip). Thompson was married to three daughters.

  • Colombian politician and political scientist

  • Businesswoman

  • English actor

  • The second daughter of Malcolm X, an American family. She was four years old when her father was assassinated, and stood beside her family.

  • American father who killed his son and severely injured another.

1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on December 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • Canadian actress and singer-songwriter

  • American baseball star who made his debut as an Oakland Athletics outfielder. Henderson played three times for the Athletics over the course of his career. He was signed by the team in 1976 after being selected fourth in the free-agent draft. As is almost-custom, Henderson spent his first nine years with the A's. He also spent the first four years …

  • Illinois, USA; baseball player, Oakland Athletics, New York Yankees.

  • German footballer

  • Athlete

  • American actor Tom Selleck married a British actress and dancer. In 1986, she was part of a London production "Cats". She was featured in several American television series and films.

  • Irish musician

  • Statesman

  • Dutch writer / composer (Wrong Nights).

  • Rock singer (Pogues Red Roses For Me).

  • Annie Lennox

    Scottish musician and songwriter with an androgynous look. She was a keyboard, flute, synthesizer, and vocalist who starred in two bands in the late 70s and early '80s. Lennox is a skilled songwriter and produced the solo album "Diva", in 1992.

  • British reggae vocalist/guitarist (UB40 - "Red Red Wine").

  • American baseball player, a right batting/left-throwing picther who played with the St.Louis Cardinals in 1980, and the Minnesota Twins in 1982, a total of 40 major league games.

  • American guitarist and singer-songwriter

  • Indiana, USA. Country singer "Small Town Girl".

  • American presidential strategist and advisor. He is credited with making George W. Bush a politician. Rove's strategy was to appeal to the conservative wing, especially the social conservatives of the Republican Party. He also enlisted the support of Christian evangelicals and other right-wing conservatives.

  • Polish TV producer for commercial advertising in New Zealand. Grazka moved to Hungary in 1968 after having studied languages and computers. She received her M.A. in 1973. Finland. She was a translator, interpreter, and lecturer at the University. She spent nearly a year in England with her husband, and she was married there. Taylor and she were married in 1978. …

  • French soccer player (footballer), an historic Olympique Lyonnais player and a great dribbler.

  • Baseball infielder (Philadelphia Phillies).

  • English mountaineer and author (d.82)

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on December 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • French politician and journalist. He is also the mayor of Gironde's BA"gles and deputy to the French National Assembly. He was a member for many years of Europe A%0cologieaEUR?The Greens. However, he left the party in September 2013.

  • American singer, television personality, and entertainer who was twice named Entertainers of the Year in 1980 and 1981. She was awarded nine People's Choice Awards as well as six American Music Awards, Grammy's, and the Music City Living Legend Award. She is one of country music's most prominent stars. Her hits have been coming out since 1969. By the end …

  • Brazilian manager and footballer

  • Jimmy Buffett

    American musician, whose debut album "Down to Earth" was reportedly only 324 copies. He became a top-selling recording artist, with "Margaritaville", which sold millions of copies.

  • American football player. He was a strong 6'2" 237 pound fullback for the Dolphins between 1968 and 1974. In 1976, he joined the Giants. Csonka broke many records and was injured when he graduated from Syracuse University in 1968. Heisman Trophy winner in 1957.

  • Politician

  • Alabama, USA; singer/songwriter ("Margaritaville", "Volcano").

  • British comedian and actor. He started his career as a radio DJ and was soon a star in his own television series.

  • Journalist and English rugby player

  • American guitarist (Canned Heat, The Mothers of Invention). (d. 1997).

  • Brazilian footballer and manager

  • Russian adventurer. Komarkova and Irene Beardsley, a Russian adventurer, were the only two women to successfully scale Annapurna in Nepal, a historic Himalayan mountain. The rest of the group suffered from frostbite and other issues. They reached Annapurna at 2:00 to 3.00 PM on the 10/15/1978 (28 N.34; 83 E.50). They had spent a year and half in preparation for …

  • Director (Idiots, Nazars, Dhrupads, Duvidha).

  • French tennis player. She is best known for winning the 1967 Roland-Garros singles title (33 years prior to Mary Pierce). She was ranked No. She was ranked No. 3 in the world. She was awarded the WTA Tour Honorary Membership Award in 1988.


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on December 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • French actor, director, and writer. Mathias MarA(c),chal is his father.

  • Jr. American singer-songwriter (The Isley brothers) (d. 1986).

  • Ohio, USA; singer (Isley Brothers-Twist and Shout).

  • American musician. One of four brothers who sang in a local church choir, before starting a professional quartet in 2005. After Vernon's death in a bike accident, Vernon forced them to halt for one year. They had a single deal in 1957, but they didn't get their big break until 1959, when they scored a Rhythm & Blues record. The …

  • Ismail Merchant

    Director and producer in Indian-English (d. 2005).

  • English Princess / Daughter sir Angus Ogilvy

  • India; producer (Householder).

  • British royalty, one of the most popular of the royal set, the first cousin of Queen Elizabeth II, sister to Edward, the Duke of Kent and to Michael of Kent. A beauty, she served as sponsor of several ships including the British carrier Jaguar and the luxury liner Oriana. She married Angus Ogilvy 4/24/1963; they had two children, son James …

  • Italian race-car driver in Formula One. He was a champion and he started racing in 1956. After winning the Grand Prix in Naples, Italy and the Grand Prix in Reims (France), he won the Formula One at Syracuse in 1961. In 1968, he made his last appearance on the track. He was a participant in 21 Grand Prix and was …

  • American politician (Governor-Florida).

  • American gospel/singer "The Town I Live in"

  • Statesman

  • Missouri, USA; actor.


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on December 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • Pawnee, Nebraska -- Actress (Sheena queen of Jungle).

  • American singer-songwriter (d. 1976).

  • American politician and educator (d. 2013).

  • An English television and radio presenter. In the 1960s and 1970s he presented news programs for BBC North West England. He was also known for presenting Jeux Sans FrontiA"res and It's a Knockout. His later career was dominated by football reporting on BBC radio. His personality has been described by him as "eccentric", erudite and egotistical" which is a unique …

  • Belgian film director and actor who died in Uccle, 16 February 2011.

  • American actress and artist, who was a 5'9" bosomy model, was cast in the final episode of the TV series "Sheena, Queen of the Jungle" which ran 26 episodes between 1955 and 1956. Irish accepted the job after Anita Ekberg did not show up for the pilot filming. Irish was happy to make $365 per week. After the series ended, …

  • Dick Miller

    American screenwriter and actor

  • Author and Peruvian-American Anthropologist (d. 1998).

  • German FR, giant Slalom (1956 Olympics-Gold Medalist)

  • Canadian businessman (d. 2007.

  • American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher and had a record of 4-28-48. Between 1948 and 1961, he pitched for the St. Louis Cardinals (Detroit Tigers), Kansas City Athletics, and Los Angeles Angels (Los Angeles Angels).

  • Rod Serling

    American radio and television script writer. His radio career began in 1948, and he had made the transition to television in 1951. He hosted the television program "Twilight Zone" for five years. He began hosting and writing "Night Gallery" in 1970. Six Emmy Awards were awarded to Serling. Serling was a WW II paratrooper who made more than 60 jumps. …

  • American stock exchange executive, lawyer. American Stock Exchange 1962-1966. President of Wesleyan University 1966-1970. Married once. Four children.

  • Indian statesman, who was 10th Prime Minister for India from 1998 to 2004. He served as the first Prime Minister for 13 days in 1996. He is the leader of the Hindu-nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party, which is the only Prime Minister to have served a full five year term.

  • Former Prime Minister of India

  • Franco-American historian, literary critic and philosopher of socio science, whose work is part of the tradition of anthropological philosophical.

  • British singer, actress and philanthropist.

  • Texas, USA; conductor (Oere Orchestra 1968-73).

  • French nuclear physicist, and world-famous science writer. He died 20 December 2005.

  • American educator and conductor

  • oceanographer.

  • American Marine, who served in combat during World War II.

  • Italian soccer player who holds the record for league appearances with Lazio (339). He was 73 years old when he died in 1994.

  • Lisbon, Portugal -- Actor (Capas Negras, Leao da Estrela)

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on December 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • Montreal Heart Institute was founded by a Canadian politician and cardiologist (d. 1999).

  • English actress (Born 1919)

  • Indian composer and director (d.2006)

  • Egyptian politician, President of Egypt, and head of the Arab Socialist Union Party. He began peace negotiations with Israeli P.M. Menachem Begin on November 1977, after 30 years of war with Israel. They signed a treaty in September 1978. The two men were jointly awarded the 1978 Nobel Peace Prize.

  • English writer and artist, Vanessa Bell is her daughter. Duncan Grant is her father. Clive Bell was her mother at the time she gave birth to Angelica. Angelica was not informed of her biological father's identity until Angelica was 18. Garnett was the niece Virginia Woolf's husband and was a member of the Bloomsbury Group intellectuals.

  • Rennes Military man

  • First President of Algeria: politician

  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania -- Jonathan Winters Show Orchestra leader

  • Italian-American musician. He is best known for his innovative arrangements for Stan KentonaEUR (tm) orchestras between 1945 and 1949. His focus shifted to television and film scoring, despite being an important figure in jazz history. Rugolo composed music for television series such as "The Thin Man", "The Stranger", and "The Fugitive" as well as films such as "Glory Alley", and …

  • Netherlands -- British teacher / dancer (Brigadoon).

  • German editor-in-chief and publisher of Stern magazine since 1948. He is married with one child and served in WW II as a soldier in the German army. Age 82, he died in Hanover, Germany on October 13, 1996.

  • American singer and cabaret performer, known as "the man with the golden voice". On 14 gold records, you can hear his perfect pitch. He co-authored "The Two of Us", 1976 with Cyd Charisse.

  • American singer-bass player and voice actor (d.1999)

  • French artist and contemporary representative of American sculpture. She began her career as an engraver and painter. In the late 1940s, she switched to sculpture. Her wood constructions in black or white were her first recognition. Bourgeois also works in metal, stone and latex. Her work is abstract, but often suggests the human form. After a 1995 retrospective of her …

  • strip-cartoon artist.


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on December 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • Quentin Crisp

    British gay character and author of "The Naked Civil Servant" In 1931, he "came out" as a limp-wristed, effeminate, mincing queen with blue hair, vermilion lips and make-up. He was a well-known local character who was often harassed, ridiculed, and even beaten up.

  • American general (d. 1993)

  • Belgian murderer.

  • American baseball player (Born in 1908)

  • American bandleader (Born in 1907)

  • Actor and wrestler from Ukraine (d. 1990).

  • Rochester -- Bandleader (Minnie The Moocha, Jazzball).

  • Belgium Writer

  • Journalist

  • physicist (molecular structure-Nobel Prize 1971).

  • German physicist. He is best known for his research on the structure of molecules and free radicals. In 1971, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry. HerzbergaEUR(tm's most significant works are the three-volume "Molecular Spectra and Molecular Structure," 1939-1966.

  • American tuba player and educator (d.71)

  • Barton MacLane

    South Carolina, United States -- Actor ("Geisha Boy", Peterson-I Dream of Jeannie).

  • Barton MacLane

    American actor, stage and television actor. He was twice married and had two children. MacLane succumbed to double pneumonia on January 1, 1969.

  • Spanish journalist and writer.

  • Deepwater, Missouri -- Mezzo-soprano (La Gioconda)

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