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

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2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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

  • American notable family, Tanya Tucker's daughter and Jerry Laseter's beau. Tanya's previous children, Presley, 10 and Beau Grayson (7 years old), met their new sister. Jerry, Tanya’s dad, was there from the beginning to her induced labor. Tanya weighed 7 lbs.

  • first artificial heart recipient (Born 1921)

  • 1st recipient of an artifical heart, dies at 62 after 112 days


1989 - 1980

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

  • She is a French actress-singer, and a well-known family member. She is half-sister to Vincent Cassel and the daughter of Jean-Pierre Cassel. In 1982, she made her television debut as a performer on "Le Grand Patron". She made her silver screen debut in 2002 with the film "Vivante." Her films that followed were "Vivante" (2004) and "Head in the Clouds …

  • Russian tennis player

  • Pop Singer

  • Novelist


1979 - 1970

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


1969 - 1960

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

  • He was a French actor and director of film. He founded "Les Robins des Bois", a troupe on stage with Jean-Paul Rouve and Maurice BarthA (c)lA)my and other comedians.

  • Manager and footballer from Greece

  • Educator

  • American teenager, 16 years old, when he was struck and killed by an automobile accident while Father Ronald Paquin was behind the wheel. It happened on 11/28/1981. His parents brought a wrongful-death charge against Father Ronald Paquin, claiming that he had abused James sexually.

  • Greek-British singer/songwriter. He is always bald with stubble and has a tough-guy personality. Michael was a member of WHAM!, a pop-soul band with Andrew Ridgeley, whom he first met in school in 1975. The Executive, their first band, was formed in 1979. However, it was later renamed Wham! They became Britain's most popular pop duo in the 1980s.

  • Italian actress, in theatre and film. She is the sister to Corrado Guzzanti, director. Both she and her brother are well-known for their outrageous satire.

  • Spanish-born Canadian novelist

  • French cyclist who won the Tour de France prologue 3 times. He wore the yellow jersey for 7 days.

  • American actor

  • French business leader and president of l’UFC-Que Choisir

  • Author and journalist in English-Scottish

  • Canadian ice hockey player, and sportscaster

  • Italian soccer/football player, he played for Montebelluna (1977aEUR"1978), Internazionale Milano (1978aEUR"1979, 1981aEUR"1982, 1983aEUR"1984, 1987aEUR"1991), Como (1979aEUR"1980), Bari (1980aEUR"1981), AC Milan (1982aEUR"1983, 1991aEUR"1993), Torino (1984aEUR"1985), and Juventus (1985aEUR"1987).

  • South African-Australian photographer and footballer

1959 - 1950

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

  • Canadian ice hockey player, and sportscaster

  • French politician and civil servant. She was France's Minister of Culture and Communication from May 2007 to June 2009. During her tenure in this post, she introduced the HADOPI law, which aims to reduce music and video piracy via the Internet. It follows the same 'gradual penalty' thinking as the ineffective 'DADVSI’ law. This decision sparked a lot of debate. …

  • California, United States -- Actor ("Days of Our Life Bold and the Beautiful")

  • English sportscaster and cricketer

  • New Zealand musician and singer. His musical achievements include the formation of Split Enz in New Zealand in 1970 and 1980, as well as a few solo albums. He also temporarily joined Neil Finn's band Crowded House.

  • Hungarian cardinal

  • German singer-songwriter and keyboard player (Iron Butterfly).

  • Northern Irish BBC Sport commentator and broadcaster

  • French politician and member of the Senate of France. He represents the CA'te-d'Or region. He is a member the Socialist Party. Since 2001, he is the mayor of Dijon (main city of Burgundy).

  • American actor, veteran of Broadway. He was the original Sam Byck in Assassins, and Seymour, in Little Shop of Horrors. Later, he received a Tony Award nomination in 2000 for Kiss Me, Kate. He played the role of The Wizard in the San Francisco production Wicked. This was a role he had previously played on the First National Tour. Wilkof …

  • American singer, stage performer, writer, and original cast member of Broadway musical Hair.


1949 - 1940

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

  • French harpist, who joined the National Orchestra of France as a solo harpist in 1970. She was a teacher at the Hochschule fur Musik in Zurich, and at The Royal College of London.

  • Indonesian singer and actor (d. 2000)

  • New York, USA: actor (Max – One Day at A Time).

  • Pop Singer

  • American educator and writer. Rictor Norton, cultural historian, taught the first course on gay and lesbian literature at Florida State University in 1971. He also co-edited College English's first all-gay edition of an academic journal, College English, in 1974. He completed his Ph.D. at Florida University in 1973, focusing on Renaissance gay literature. After immigrating to London in 1974, Norton …

  • Politician

  • American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher for the Kansas City Royals and Boston Red Sox.

  • New York, USA; singer ("Anticipation", "You're So Vain").

  • Italian writer and singer-songwriter.

  • Italian journalist, editor of various newspapers and editor in chief. He joined La Notte's editorial staff in Bergamo in 1969. In Milan, he was a special correspondent for Corriere Dela Sera until 1977. He was promoted to editor-in-chief of L'Europeo in 1980 as the senior editor and head for the political pages.

  • Roy Marsden

    English actor

  • Denys Arcand

    Canadian screenwriter and producer of director films

  • British comedian Syd Little was a partner in the comedy series. They were originally known as Mead and McGinnis. In 1962, the pair was formed and won "Opportunity Knocks" 1971. Syd was the smart straight man portraying Eddie's brash loud-mouth. Their TV series became hugely popular in 1962.


1939 - 1930

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

  • British author and astrologer for 27 years. He is also a well-known international lecturer. He also wrote a weekly column for "News of the World", which was read by 20% of the British population. A 12-pack series of Zodiac books, which sold nearly half a million worldwide, was also published. He managed two national telephone services: a Loveline, and a …

  • English actress and ballerina

  • Author (Total Woman)

  • Baron Foster, Bishop Auckland English politician

  • Novelist

  • He was a Portuguese prize-winning architect, teacher at the Porto School of Architecture and was awarded the Pritzker Prize for 1992 for his design and reconstruction of Lisbon's section that had been damaged by fire four years prior. In 1988, he received the prestigious Mies van der Rohe award. In 2009, he was presented with the Royal Gold Medal from …

  • American activist for civil rights

  • Porto School of Architecture was designed by a Portuguese architect

  • Italian glass painter (artist)

  • California, United States -- Actor (Bill Dana Show, Adam 12, Chase)

  • Italian Secretary General of Senate for 12 years. He was later appointed Minister of Government of Fanfani. He was a member the Senate's managing staff from 1959 to 1975. He held positions in the Elections Committee and the Inquiry Commission on the Vajont. He has been the Secretary General for the Presidency since June 1992.

  • English racing driver

  • English illustrator and painter

  • French-Dutch screenwriter and producer (d. 2014).

  • American mechanical engineer, business administrator, and CEO of M.A. Hanna, a mining company plus polymer line. Walker graduated from Michigan State with a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering and a MA in Business Administration.

  • American humanitarian and philanthropist, founder of Tufts University's International Famine Center and the Feinstein Center for a Hunger-Free America. His Good Deeds program encourages school-aged children to help the poor in their communities.

  • Indian politician and lawyer 7th Prime Minister of India (d.2008).

  • French writer, a poet, author and singer. Composing from the age of 13, he was known in the Parisian scene from 1959. For 35 years, he entertained with his magnificent voice before leaving the stage to devote himself totally to literature. His top novel, "Bloodstone," was published posthumously.


1929 - 1920

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

  • Italian ecclesiastic. He was ordained to the priesthood in 1952. He was consecrated as Bishop in January 1989. In 1994, he was promoted to Archbishop and in 2003 to Cardinal.

  • Children's Author

  • Belgian cartoonist, a giant in his field, creator of the "Smurfs".

  • Russian-American Nobel Prize laureate in Physics and Academic Nobel Prize

  • American cartoonist, whose work spans many decades. He was the only child of musical and artistic parents. He began drawing at age three. He began to sketch the characters in his mind as he listened and grew. He received his first job while he was studying illustration at High School of Industrial Arts. He worked for "Heroic Comics" after graduation …

  • Canadian screenwriter and producer (d. 2013).

  • Calvary Chapel was founded by an American pastor (d. 2013).

  • American singer, composer, author and arranger. He is best known for his 1957 hit "My Special Angel", which was a No.1 western/country hit for Bobby Helms. Duncan co-wrote "String Along", charted for Fabian in 1960 and Ricky Nelson in 1963, respectively; and "Everybody Knows", which was a minor hit for Steve Lawrence in 1964.

  • English Astronomer and Academic

  • Hungarian runner (d. 1970)

  • Austrian poet and author. She studied law, philosophy, psychology, German Philology, and German philology at the universities in Innsbruck and Graz. She received her Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Vienna in 1949 with her dissertation entitled "The Critical Reception of Martin Heidegger's Existential Philosophy".

  • 23rd Attorney General for Australia, Australian politician and lawyer (d. 2015).

  • French gangster known as "Le NiASSois", and "La Balafre (The Scar), was involved in the Paris nightclub scene in Pigalle.

  • Brussels, Belgium -- Cartoonist (Smurfs)

  • English diplomat, administrator and writer; Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations. Dame Margaret Anstee joined United Nations in 1952. She remained there for more than 40 years, from 1992 to 1993. She rose to the rank in 1987 of Under-SecretaryGeneral. She was always involved in the humanitarian and economic development of poor countries.

  • French guru and founder of the Association of the Knights of the Golden Lotus, 1967, and then two years later of the holy city of the Mandarom. He was called "Lord Hamsah Manarah".

  • American Abstract Expressionist Muralist and Painter, Francis was an American Abstract Expressionist. His career spanned half a century and earned him international acclaim. Francis, California's answer Matisse, was hailed as the "American Matisse", because of his prodigious and eclectic output. He was front and center for the second generation Abstract Expressionists.

  • Oral historian

  • American author (d. 2012)

  • British choreographer and dancer, she was the founder of the National Ballet Company of Canada. She was a member the Sadler's Wells company in her early career, and received kudos because of her performances. She was elected an officer of Canada in 1967. In 1985, the rank was raised to Companion. On February 19, 2007, she died at the Ottawa …

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1919 - 1910

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

  • French critic, historian and novelist. He was a homosexual and became associated with gays' struggle for acceptance. He committed suicide in Mereville, France, 6/12/1979.

  • American playwright, screenwriter and playwright who successfully made the transition from television to theater. He is the author of "Duffy's Tavern", a radio program from 1944 to 1946, and the TV comedy series "The Real McCoys", 1955-1959. Manhoff's Broadway debut, "The Owl and the Pussycat," was his greatest success.

  • For 48 years, a French soldier was left in Ukraine stateless.

  • English soldier and author (d. 1997)

  • American composer, pianist and trance medium. While in trance she plays works by dead masters and can play 3,000 notes per min. As a psychic, she also worked for the Los Angeles Police Department in murder cases.

  • British journalist / writer (Savage Days, Barricade)

  • He was an American educator and writer. He taught at the University of North Carolina between 1946-1952. From 1942 to 1946, he was vice-consul of Brazil. His work includes many volumes of poetry, short stories, and essays. He was awarded the highest literary award in North Carolina by the state in 1988.

  • He was a French politician who received the Erasmus Prize in 1985. He died in Provins (France) on 16 January 1995.

  • St-Victor Military man

  • Chelles Journalist

  • English screenwriter and actor (d. 2005).

  • American pro-astrologer and author of "Destiny Times Six". She is a specialist in human relations and actively works with psychologists, therapists, and patients. For over 50 years she has been teaching and practicing astrology in Chicago, as well as around the country. She also manages the careers of many celebrities. De Jersey has been on more than 1000 radio and …

  • Hennebont physician

  • American politician and industrialist. From 1971 to 1979, he was the 40th Governor in the United States state of Pennsylvania. He also was the first Jewish governor in Pennsylvania. He died in 1994, on the 24th of November.

  • Governor of New Jersey

  • US librarian / presidential advisor

  • American politician and lawyer 46th Governor of New Jersey

  • Nangis Painters

  • Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry and Biology for America (d. 1980).

  • Norwegian theologian. He was Professor of New Testament at Oslo University from 1945 to 1965, and Professor of New Testament at Yale University from 1965 to 1980.

  • US biochemist (Nobel 1972)


1909 - 1900

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

  • American airline executive. From 1936 to 1981, he was the CEO of Continental Airlines. On 6 October 1986, he died.

  • Physicist (atomic nuclei Nobel Prize 1963).

  • German physicist, academic Nobel Prize laureate (d.73)

  • Roger Livesey

    Barry, Wales -- Actor. (Drums. Life & Death. Colonel Blimp).

  • Lille Politician

  • German-American Astronomer and Academic (d. 1976).

  • Montigny les Metz Writer

  • French key witness in Lurs triple-murder case, first eyewitness at crime scene. Gaston Dominici's son, he pleaded guilty to his father's murders and testified in court. His father was convicted in 1957 of three murders and sentenced to death. He was later released on compassionate grounds, but not pardoned.

  • George Orwell

    British essayist and novelist. His greatest success was in 1946 with his humorous anti-communist humor, "Animal Farm," and 1949 with his futuristic, shocking novel, "1984."

  • French foreign news editor, militant socialist, and member of resistance during German occupation 1942-1943.

  • Anne Revere

    Actress (National Velvet), passes away from pneumonia at 87

  • Russia -- Street singer (Vincent Lopez Show, Limelight)

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