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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on February 25th

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on February 25th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010

  • She is Dutch royalty and the second child of Princess Margarita Bourbon-Parma, and her husband Tjalling Ten Cate.

2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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

  • Tennis Player

  • Urvashi Rautela
  • She was a Canadian junior tennis player who won Wimbledon juniors girls 2012. She was the first Canadian woman to reach the semi-finals in grand slam (Australia), and she repeated this feat at Roland-Garros (French Open). Petra Kvitova, born 8 March 1990, was her Wimbledon finalist.


1989 - 1980

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

  • American basketball player.

  • American basketball player for the Dallas Mavericks. Cecilia Rodhe, his mother, was a beauty queen and former model. She won Miss Sweden 1978 crown. Now she is a sculptor. His father is Yannick Noah, a well-known tennis player.

  • New Zealand Rugby League player


1979 - 1970

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

  • French Olympic medalist and synchronized swimmer

  • American actress

  • American filmmaker, noted family member, whose uncle and dad are Albert and David Maysles. They produced the 1976 documentary on Edie Beeale and their daughter "Little Edie". She was just 7. Her father died in 1987.

  • David Hoflin

    Swedish-born Australian Actor


1969 - 1960

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

  • Sandrine Kiberlain

    French actress-singer. She is the daughter of an accountant and her grandparents were Polish Jews. She was raised in Saint-MandA(c), Paris with her sister Laurence. There she attended le "Cours Florent" and started as an actress in the film directed by Eric Rochant ("Les Patriotes") She won a Cesar in 1996 for her role as "En avoir (ou pas)," and …

  • American baseball outfielder (Texas Rangers).

  • French musician. He is a jazz pianist and founded the "D.Fillon quartet".

  • Greek Cypriot singer

  • French architect, co-founder of the architecture studio, New-Territories including R&Sie(n), Mindmachinemakingmyths, among other names.

  • American football player and TV color communtator

  • American musician. He is a keyboard player for TV and on live gigs at the Universal Amphitheater. Beautiful, she was a backing musician on "Fame" and "Arsenio hall" shows. She played for the duration of the show's debut in January 1989. She has been working in her studio adjacent to her home, where she lives with another musician, since then …


1959 - 1950

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

  • Philippe Chevallier is a French comedian and actor.

  • Estonian academic and ecologist

  • Canadian politician and businessman, 28th Canadian Minister for Transport

  • British sculptor.

  • American musician

  • Uruguayan manager and footballer

  • Politician

  • American baseball player. He was a right-handed catcher who played for the San Francisco Giants between 1981 and 1989. He also briefly played for the Toronto Blue Jays in 1989. Between 2001 and 2004, he was the manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks.

  • Irish motorcycle racer (d.2000)

  • Barcia; American politician (Representative-Democrat-Michigan).

  • Swedish politician

  • American homicide suspect accused of killing Danielle van Dam, seven years old, in Westerfield, on 9/22/1994. The child went missing from her Westerfield home on the 2/01/2002. Blood samples were found in her van and they match her DNA.

  • American producer and guitarist (Daniel Amos, The Swirling Eddies).


1949 - 1940

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

  • French politician and lawyer. An ex-mayor of Annecy, Minister of Equipment, Transportation and Tourism.

  • Warren; British biochemist.

  • Italian postmodernist translator and writer, most active over the past twenty years. He is also the author of "Seminar On Youth" and "Vita standard diun venditore provvisorio di colant", which were published in English under the title "The Standard Life Of A Temporary Pantyhose Seller". His other works include "La Delfina Bizantina" and "Sodomie In Corpo 11", which Stuart Hood …

  • Danny Denzongpa

    Indian singer and actor

  • Dancer dies at 45 after a long battle with cancer

  • Madera sports Champions

  • French politician and cardiologist. She is a member of French Communist Party and currently serves as a member of National Assembly of France. After serving in the body since 1997, she was elected to the 13th legislature. She had previously been a deputy between 1978-86. She was a senator for the same constituency from 1986 to 1997. Fraysse also served …

  • Scottish politician, Member of Parliament, Labour representative, elected by the General Election on 6/11/1987.

  • American singer-songwriter/guitarist (The Velvet Underground, American Flyer).

  • He was a French race car driver and died on October 6, 1973, after qualifying on Watkins Glen circuit, USA.

  • French ecclesiastic, Roman Catholic Monsignor. On 27 June 1970, he was ordained priest and became a vicar-bishop. He is an author and holds a master's degree in philosophy.

  • North Carolina, USA. Actor (Tina Courtship of Eddie's Dad).

  • American-Portuguese neuroscientist/neurobiologist, widely known for his studies on the human brain. He is a professor of neuroscience at University of Southern California.

  • American basketball player and head coach

  • American actress

  • French singer and actress. She starred as Morgan, the Pirate, a 1960 adventure film.

  • He was an American professional football player. In 1964, he made his pro debut with the Minnesota Vikings. In 1964, he became a member the Seattle Seahawks. Eller was inducted into the Football Hall of Fame on April 4, 2004.

  • American horror-fantasy novelist. After seeing the largest number of paperback books in the local supermarket, Saul decided to enter the psychological horror thriller field. His market knowledge and ability to capture the public's interest paid off, and his books are consistently best-sellers. His popularity in the market has seen horror-fantasy paperbacks selling around the globe, with 14 languages being translated.


1939 - 1930

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

  • American professional football player. Later, he was a successful businessman and the ultimate murder-suicide victim.

  • F Verity; master (Dulwich College).

  • Newark sports Champions

  • Diane Baker

    American actor. She was a principally a film and television actor. She provided talent and a sophisticated appearance to the Twentieth Century Fox studios in her contract years, which began in 1959.

  • Australian track and field star. He broke the four-minute mile mark in Dublin, Ireland on August 6, 1958 with a time that was three minutes and 54 seconds. With a time of 3:55 and 55 seconds, he won an English race on the 9/03/1958. Elliot held the record until 1961.

  • California, USA; actress (Diary Anne Frank, Marnie).

  • Referee and cricketer from India

  • Belgian journalist, a journalist at RTBF.

  • Turkish-born scientist, he is a specialist in theoretical chemistry and molecular biological research. His Many-Electron Theory of Atoms and Molecules was a key part of his early career. He was awarded the Sloan Prize in 1962 for his theory development. In the following year, he became Yale University's youngest full professor at the age of 28. He won the Humboldt …

  • American journalist and talk-show host

  • Turkish scientist in physical chemistry, molecular biophysics, and biochemistry (d.2015)

  • Canadian-American producer-director. He started in Canadian television at 21 and moved into feature films in 1956. He was a British producer-director who worked in Hollywood and England from 1960 to 1966. His visual style is more important than his substance. His films include "Little Fauss and Big Halsy", 1970, and "Gable and Lombard," 1996.


1929 - 1920

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

  • American priest, Roman Catholic priest of the Franciscan order. He was known as "Mother Theresa" in Times Square. He began to shelter children on the Lower East Side in 1968. Covenant House was established on 11/14/1972. He was able to get kids off the streets and drug-related territory, and into work and programs. In 1976, Cardinal Terrance Cooke asked him …

  • American banjo player and singer (Stanley Brothers).

  • Hollywood, California -- Actress. (Lorelei Big Town).

  • Texas, USA; actor (Buffalo Bill Jr).

  • English-American academic and biologist (d. 2013).

  • Italian partisan who was killed at Tour d'HA (c)rA (c)raz 25 July 1944 during resistance.

  • Peace campaigner

  • British Lord Justice of Appeal

  • Japanese Go player (Born in 1923)

  • Polish-born Jewish Australian, who survived Auschwitz as a slave laborer. His family fled Russia in 1921 to settle in Berlin. He was evacuated to Belgium by the Kindertransport after Kristallnacht. He attempted to flee, but he was stopped at the Swiss border and arrested as a spy. He was tortured and interrogated by the Gestapo and taken to Auschwitz. There …

  • French physicist, atomist, and well-known Cosmologist. The Ecole awarded him his engineering degree. After his return to France, he was Science AttachA(c), French Embassy Washington DC 1945-1950. He was responsible for the French Atomic Energy Commission in Saclay, 1955-1963.

  • Canadian author (d. 2005)

  • diplomat.

1919 - 1910

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

  • Austrian scientist who developed the holographic theory and was a Stanford University brain researcher.

  • British mathematician, astrologer, who immigrated to Argentina. He was co-inventor of The Topocentric System of Houses with Wendel Polich (which is very different from Placidus at lower latitudes). They devised a way to use primary directions (both mundane and zodiacal) to accurately time events within a week. Page spent a lot of time studying the mathematical and astronomical basis of …

  • Austrian neuroscientist

  • Baseball hall of famer (New York Giants).

  • American tennis player, champion of Wimbledon Men's Singles (1939). He was the best tennis player in the world, and he became world number one in 1946. He will be remembered for his championships, but perhaps more for his loss against Billie Jean King, the women's champion in the Battle of the Sexes tournament in Houston (TX) Astrodome on September 20, …

  • Wichita Military man

  • Harrisburg, Pennsylvania -- 4x100m runner (1948 Olympics-Gold Medalist)

  • French abstract painter and French painter.

  • American athlete

  • British novelist, known for his comic imaginations and skilled use of language. His 1962 thriller "Clockwork Orange" was set in a futurist and classless society. Later, the book was made into a movie. He also wrote "A Novel In Four Movements" in 1974. Burgess, who was suffering from lung cancer, died at the Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth …

  • Brenda Joyce

    American actress (Born 1917).

  • Suriname -- Dutch social worker

  • architect.

  • Asturian communist militant, who died 13 October 1934 during the suppression the revolutionary uprising in 1934. The Red Rose of Asturias.

  • British sports commentator, known as "the voice for cricket" due to his coverage of every Test Match played by England up until his retirement in 1980. His voice was synonymous with English summer. His broadcasts, which were characterized by a distinctive tone and a humor, were a natural communicator. He was a great fan of the game.

  • Gert Fröbe

    German actor best known for his role in James Bond's James Bond film "Goldfinger" as Auric Goldfinger. The movie was banned in Israel because of his early membership to the Nazi party. However, the two Jewish families FrAPbe had saved from the Gestapo during World War II came forward to say their gratitude.

  • Jim Backus

    American actor in radio and vaudeville. He was first seen in 1942 in films like "Bright Victory," Pat and Mike, and "Crazy Mama." His most prominent role is that of Mr. Magoo, the cartoon's myopic curmudgeon. He was a TV actor, appearing in "I Married Joan", 1952-55, and "Gilligan's Island," 1964-1967.

  • Boulogne-Billt Journalist

  • German actor (Born 1913).

  • Saxony, Germany -- Actor. (Goldfinger).

  • French champion alpine ski racer. He won the three events at the 1937 World Championships in Chamonix, as well as the combined gold medal in 1938. He is considered to be the first great French alpine skier and was a dominant racer during the 1930s.

  • French actor on stage, film, and television.

  • American actress (d.2009)

  • France sport Champion


1909 - 1900

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

  • French fencer, who won a gold at the 1932 Summer Olympics Los Angeles and two more silver medals at the 1936 Summer Olympics. He died in July 1997.

  • Writer for "Jasper" Weston Mather.

  • United States -- Sci fi author (Judgment Of Eve, Davy).

  • France sport Champion

  • Croatian composer and conductor (d.91)

  • New York; actor (Girl From Havana Meets the Mob).

  • Scottish civil engineer, Director of Public Works in Hong Kong. Inglis was a colonial officer who served in Singapore and Malaya in 1930. He married; two kids.

  • Father of the Wilderness Act.

  • Spanish bullfighter (d. 1988)

  • American fashion designer and a leader in the field. Her famous hats are a testament to her style and spirit. She was the founder of Sally Victor Inc., a New York-based millinery shop.

  • American author and historian (d. 1963).

  • Danish choreographer and dancer (d. 1971).

  • American biochemist and nutritionist. She has been a crusader for good nutrition and diet for over 40 years. Her four books, "Let's Cook It Right," “Let's Have Healthy Children,” and "Let's Eat Right To Keep Fit" have all been published since 1974. Her mom, Adelle, was only two years old when she died. She earned a B.A. after working her …

  • French Catholic bishop who was killed on 28 March 1989.

  • Italian expressionist painter.

  • Canadian ice hockey player and coach (d. 1986)

  • Canadian ice hockey player

  • Estonian historian and archeologist (d. 1961).

  • Producer/director (Billy Rose Show and Operation Mad Ball).

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