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

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2019 - 2010

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

  • English child from a prominent family. Her mother is classical pianist and TV personality Myleene Klass, and her father is Graham Quinn.

2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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

  • Katharine McPhee

    American reality TV show contestant in the fifth season "American Idol." McPhee was a runner-up with her stunning singing voice, which she has been practicing since age 2. She signed a contract with Clive Davis, a music mogul who was partly responsible for Whitney Houston's success.

  • New Zealand rugby player

  • Danica Patrick is an American race car driver known for breaking barriers as the most successful woman in the history of American open-wheel racing.

  • Jenny Slate

    American comedian, actress, voice artist and author. She is best known for her role as Donna Stern in Obvious Child. Her season on Saturday Night Live 2009-2010, her roles on Bob's Burgers and Kroll Show, and her first feature film as Zoe in Alvin and the Chipmunks' Chip, are also well-known.

  • Costa Rican footballer

  • Sean Faris

    Sean Faris is an American actor and model known for his roles in popular TV shows and movies such as 'Never Back Down' and 'Pretty Little Liars'.

  • Casey Neistat

    Casey Neistat is a filmmaker and YouTube vlogger known for his daily vlogs and creative storytelling.

  • Philip Winchester is a British actor known for his roles in Strike Back and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

  • Soccer Player


1979 - 1970

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

  • Emraan Hashmi

    Emraan Hashmi is an Indian actor known for his work in Bollywood films, particularly for his roles in romantic and thriller movies.

  • Petra Nemcova is a Czech model known for her work with Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and for her philanthropy work after surviving the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.

  • French Guadeloupe athlete runs the 200m and the 499m. She won a bronze medal at the Paris world championships in 2003 for her 200m race. This medal was awarded to her many years later, after the winner of the 200m event was downgraded due to doping. She won the gold medal in the 4X100m French relay as well (see Christine …


1969 - 1960

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

  • English actress and producer of singer-songwriters

  • American basketball forward, playing with the Pacers

  • American baseball player. He was a catcher and made his major league debut with the Cincinnati Reds on September 7, 1992. He was traded to Seattle Mariners in 1994, and he played with them until his retirement in 2005.

  • He was an American pitcher who played for three major league baseball teams. His major league debut was made in 1995.

  • Canadian Football League linebacker (Edmonton Eskimos).

  • American homicide victim aged eight, when his mother's boyfriend beat him to death. Ann Noski called Parmatown police on February 8, 1977 to report that her son had disappeared and that he had gone missing. She told police ten days later that her boyfriend had beat the boy to death and then tried to dispose of him.

  • Australia: badminton player (Olympics 1996).

  • Sarah Jessica Parker

    Sarah Jessica Parker is an American actress and producer, best known for her role as Carrie Bradshaw in the TV series Sex and the City.

  • American basketball coach and player

  • Politician

  • Ohio, USA; actress (Square Pegs Los Angeles Story).

  • Bulgarian high jumper

  • American state trooper, who was a victim of homicide. He was completing a registration check for a van when he noticed two handguns as well as a ski cap. This evidence proved to be incriminating. The gun battle continued and David R. Clark, the driver, shot and killed Charbonnier at 3:15 am in Kingston, MA. Clark was shot twice by …

  • Estonian architect

  • English choreographer and dancer

  • Marcia Cross

    American actress. She is most well-known for her roles in TV soaps. She was the actress who played Kimberly in Melrose Place, and she also landed a role on "Everwood". But, perhaps her most notable role was that of Bree, a porcelain-skinned, red-haired perfect homemaker in TV's "Desperate Housewives," which debuted in 2004.

  • An English politician and lawyer

  • Entertainer

  • An English rock musician who plays the Saxophone. He has many hits with "Spandau Ballet". Some of their hits include "Chant No. 1, 1981, "Lifeline," 1982, and "True," 1984. They have also produced several LPs, including "Diamond," 1982 and 1984.

  • Brenda Strong

    Brenda Strong is an American actress known for her roles in Desperate Housewives and Supergirl.

  • England; rock saxophone player (Spandau Ballet - "True").

  • American journalist, best known for his work at CBS. He was the anchor of The Early Show on Saturday (1997-1907, 2011-2012) and weekend anchor of CBS Evening News (2011-12). He was to leave CBS in December 2011 and join WKYC, Cleveland, Ohio as a lead anchor. This will be effective from January 2012.

  • New York, USA: actor (Haywood, Grady, Dwayne, What's Happening).

1959 - 1950

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

  • Italian artist and talented designer. She is the mother of three children and has been married twice. Her first husband was killed by diabetes, and her second was murdered. She then killed two more men, each claiming self-defense (in retaliation to their violence).

  • English academic and economist

  • Russian hurdler

  • English journalist and runner

  • American producer and screenwriter

  • England, United Kingdom -- 4X100m relayer (1980 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)

  • Matthew Garber

    British child actor Mary Poppins (Born 1956).

  • Louie Anderson

    Louie Anderson is a comedian known for his stand-up comedy and for creating the animated show 'Life with Louie'.

  • Illinois, USA; actress/comedian (Saturday Night Live, Club Paradise, Feds).

  • Japanese professional wrestler (Born 1951).

  • in Montserrat; rock vocalist (Boney M).

  • Montserratian-English singer and model (Boney M.)

  • Rock keyboardist / vocalist (Michael Stanley Band)

  • Rudolph Hess was counseled by a Latvian astrologer. He gave him a date to fly to England. Wronsky lived an incognito lifestyle during the 1990s.

  • American-New Zealand pianist

  • Politician

  • American saxophonist (Shadowfax), songwriter and producer

1949 - 1940

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

  • American musician, teacher, and bass guitarist. He has also recorded with some of the top live performers and groups. From the age of six, he took piano and bass lessons. At 14 he started his first job as a professional musician. He continued to work in clubs and concerts, as well as recording jingles, studio gigs, and recorded records. He …

  • Philippe de Villiers is a French politician and founder of the right-wing Movement for France party.

  • Northern Ireland Chief Constable (Royal Irish Constabulary Police Service of Northern Ireland).

  • Musician

  • French politician, Mouvement pour la France nominee in the French presidential election 2007. He was sixth in the polls with 2.23%. He was eliminated from the race as only the top two candidates will advance to the second round. Villiers was internationally known for his criticisms of Islam in France before and after the election.

  • Scottish television presenter

  • Bonnie Bedelia

    Bonnie Bedelia is an American actress known for her roles in the Die Hard movies and the TV series Parenthood.

  • Ohio, USA; rocker (Michael Stanley Band).

  • Author, channeler and owner of a metaphysical bookstore in America. He channeled a group called "Orion". He was married once and had one child.

  • Indian actor and philanthropist (d.2013)

  • British singer and rock star, who was a huge hit in the '70s and '80s. His hectic, bisexual lifestyle almost outweighed his lavish costuming and energetic concert performances all over the world. He became an overnight star in August 1970 and rose to the status of a rock superstar in the 1970s, creating an amazing atmosphere of excitement around his …

  • American ecclesiastic, acting Catholic bishop in Boston Archdiocese, taking over for Cardinal Law after Law's resignation, 12/13/2002

  • German alternative magazine publisher and bookseller. He is regarded as an influential figure and unifying figure in alternative literature scene of the 1970s/80s.

  • English critic and historian

  • Paul Michael Glaser

    Paul Michael Glaser is an American actor best known for his role as Detective David Starsky in the television series Starsky & Hutch.

  • Born in India, British politician and Member of Parliament.

  • American lawyer

  • From 1997 to 2002, a French high ranking official was the Prefect, Director General Information and Director of 'Direction de la surveillance du territoire (DST). The DST was a French National Police directorate that served as an intelligence agency. It was responsible for counterespionage and counterterrorism, and more generally, the security of France from foreign threats and interference.

  • Aretha Franklin

    American singer of rhythm and blues, gospel and soul music. In 1994, "The Queen of Soul", held two world records. She won more Grammy's (15), than any female performer in any category. She also topped the charts with 17 top ten singles. Franklin is proud of her achievements, having sold out countless performances and released 58 albums.

  • Richard O'Brien

    English writer and actor

  • English television personality

  • Tennessee, USA; singer ("Respect").

  • Norwegian politician and sociologist Norwegian Minister of Education and Research

  • American artist and illustrator, a painter, and mural artist from the historical and modern West, was honored as aEURoeTexas' State ArtistaEUR 1994-1995.

  • Mina is an Italian singer known for her powerful voice and extensive discography.

  • Anita Bryant

    American beauty queen and entertainer, Miss Oklahoma was 19 years old. She was then runner-up for Miss America. She was married in 1960, and she had four children. Bryant, a singer, was Bob Hope's foil on Christmas tours for Armed Forces from 1960-1967. She became a recording artist, and was active in TV commercials. Bryant was elected to the Oklahoma …

  • French singer-songwriter and composer, best known for his composition of the musical "Mayflower", with Eric Charden.

  • Oklahoma, USA; Miss Oklahoma, Miss America (1958)/singer (George Gobel Show).

1939 - 1930

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

  • American Astrologer. A pro since 1985. She took Gilbert Navarro’s horary course in 1996.

  • American activist and author (d. 1995).

  • American producer and screenwriter

  • American author (d. 1995)

  • American family businessman and CEO at Briggs and Stratton (a manufacturer of lawnmowers and other gardening equipment). He is the grandson of the founder and takes a personal approach in marketing. He won a contract with Toro to replace Suzuki. He graduated from college with a BS and MBA in Business. In 1963, he was also a key figure in …

  • Daniel Buren is a French painter and sculptor known for his use of contrasting stripes and colors in his work, often displayed in public spaces and galleries.

  • Oklahoma, USA; actor.

  • Hoyt Axton

    American actor and country music singer/songwriter (Born in 1938).

  • Brazilian race car driver

  • Gloria Steinem

    American writer, editor, and the most prominent feminist of all time. Steinem was the co-founder and first editor of "New York Magazine", the Women's Active Alliance 1970, and "Ms. Magazine 1972."

  • Ohio, USA; feminist/publisher (Ms Magazine).

  • Born 1934, Australian television personality and chef (Born 1934).

  • German-Canadian businessman

  • Tennessee, USA; guitarist ("Trains Kept A-Rollin", "You're 16").

  • American track and field champion, athlete. He set the records in 1950s for running a mile in just over 4 minutes. On June 4, 1954, he ran 1500 meters in under 4 minutes. He was suspended because he accepted too much expense money. He was accused of breaking the 1952 Helsinki Olympics training, which he denied. He also denied that …

  • English screenwriter and critic (d.93)

  • American film critic

  • Baseball player

  • French poet and writer. Bens was born in Marseille, where he studied Zoology. However, due to ill health, he had no choice but to stop his studies. He co-founded LaEUR(tm), Ouvroir de Literature potentielle or laEUR(tm). This group included mathematicians and writers fluent in French. Their purpose was to find new patterns and structures that could be used by writers …

  • Belgium sport Champion

  • English radio and television host

  • American record producer (d. 1978).


1929 - 1920

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

  • American astronaut and pilot pilot

  • Danish typographer and runner (d. 1985).

  • Ohio; US Navy/astronaut (Gemini 7, 12, Apollo 8, 13).

  • Norwegian speed skater and cyclist. He won gold at 1500m in the 1960 Squaw valley Olympic Games.

  • American astronaut and test pilot. After being a Navy Captain and test pilot for four years, Lovell was chosen as an astronaut in September 1962. Apollo 8, which was man's first orbit around the moon, was his Command Module pilot. One of the most memorable and understated statements of the space age was his message "Houston we have a problem" …

  • American geophysicist, who is a professor of geophysics at California Institute of Technology. He also heads a division of the Institute’s Charles Arms Laboratory of Geological Sciences. He has made some of the most important measurements in the history geophysics and greatly influenced theories about the origin of the solar system. He was hyper, pugnacious and high-strung. After dropping out …

  • Germany Actor

  • Indian politician, 13th Chief Minister for Puducherry (d.2013)

  • India -- Field hockey (1948-52, 56 Olympics – Gold Medalist).

  • Hungarian boxer (d. 2003)

  • French author, an award-winning novelist.

  • Mexican contemporary poet. He is known as the "sniper of Literature" because he was part of a group that turned literature into reality. He wrote ten volumes and had his poems translated into twelve languages. His writings capture everyday life in places like the hospital, street, and playground. Sabines was also a politician.

  • American journalist and critic

  • Swedish / British industrial / billionaire (Tetra Pak)

  • American scientist, educator, and chief astronomer at Hayden Planetarium in New York City. He earned his Ph.D. in 1953 and was the co-discoverer in 1955 of radio emissions from Jupiter. For many years, he was the chief consultant for all things astronomical at the NY Times. He is known for helping to find the first sound from another planet, and …

  • Tacoma, Washington -- Choral director for The Entertainers

  • Washington, USA: Choral director (The Entertainers).

  • American guitarist and singer-songwriter

  • Canadian politician, Progressive Conservative Party member of the Canadian House of Commons.

  • Illinois, United States -- Actor/director (Chopper. Teenage Doll. Wild Rovers).

  • Germany Actor

  • Ford Models was founded by an American businesswoman (d. 2014).

  • Simone Signoret

    German-born actress, who won the Best Actress Oscar for the movie "Room at the Top" and the Best Foreign Film Award in 1977 for the film "Madame Rosa". Her film career began in 1942, when she was an extra in the movie "Le Prince Charmant". She changed her name from "Casque d'Or" to "Signoret" in order to avoid being deported. …

  • Nancy Kelly

    Lowell, Massachusetts -- Actress. (Double Exposure. Jesse James).

  • Alexandra of Yugoslavia (d. 1993)

  • Belgian mystic who claimed to have witnessed visits from Virgin Mary on multiple occasions. The first was when she was sitting outside her home looking out at the windows. It was January 15, 1933, around 7:15 PM.


1919 - 1910

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

  • Howard Cosell

    American sports commentator and broadcaster. His blunt, sarcastic style revolutionized sports broadcasting. He is the most provocative and controversial broadcaster in television and radio history. He was a Phi Beta Kappa key with a Phi Beta Kappa toe, a slouch and a toupee. His voice could shatter glass and his voice broke all the rules. He was the most beloved …

  • French citizen claimed that he was Hitler’s son throughout his life. He tried to prove it with the help of Werner Maser, a German historian.

  • Mexican journalist and broadcaster, who was a champion for the dignity of old-age. She was educated at the Institute of Women and Culture in Higher Normal School of Mexico City. She is a qualified teacher in Spanish Language Literature. She later entered the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of Mexico's National Autonomous University, where she received a doctorate and degrees …

  • Essayist / translator

  • Borlaug, US agricultural scientist (Nobel Prize 1970).

  • American biologist, humanitarian, and Nobel laureate. He has been called "the father in the Green Revolution", "agriculture’s greatest spokesperson" as well as "The Man Who Saved a Billion Lives". He is among seven individuals to have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize and the Presidential Medal of Freedom, as well as the Congressional Gold Medal. He was also given the …

  • French cinema critic and writer. He was buried in Montpellier on 31 July 1998.

  • Denis Peploe, an Edinburgh painter/sculptor, was well-known for his landscapes of Scotland. He studied in Paris with Andre Lhote, a painter and sculptor. He was fond of the Western Highlands and the Hebrides landscapes (his mother, a Barra native Gaelic speaker),

  • Anglo-Cypriot hotel magnate (d. 2001)

  • Stakis Hotels was founded by a Cypriot-Scottish entrepreneur (d. 2001).

  • British author and occultist, whose books include "Ladder of Light", and eight other books on the Qabalah.

  • French banker who managed the finances of France's resistance during WWII. Married once and had four children.

  • His films, which were short but very striking, were a French stage director and actor. He began his career as a jazz musician and then became a prominent actor on the Paris stage.

  • English spy and civil servant (d. 2005).


1909 - 1900

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

  • He was a German screenwriter, actor, and director. His non-collaboration with Nazis enabled him to become a prominent German director in the postwar period.

  • David Lean

    English director, screenwriter, and editor. He is best known for his big-screen epics like The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957),Lawrence of Arabia (622) and Doctor Zhivago (1965). Also, he is remembered for his adaptations of Dickens' novels Great Expectations (1946), Oliver Twist (1948), and the romantic drama Brief Encounter (1945).

  • American health advocate who promotes healthy diet and whose products are available in health-food shops. He is also the author of a book about Iridology. He was 92 years old when he died in Escondido (CA) on February 22, 2001.

  • Director/producer (Murder In Amsterdam), dies aged 85.

  • German actor and director (d.80)

  • French singer and actor. Jean Sablon, the son of a composer and with siblings who had their own successful careers in musical entertainment, studied piano at LyceA(c), Charlemagne in Paris. To pursue a career as a singer, he left Paris before he graduated to enroll at Paris Conservatoire. At 17 he began performing in Paris cabarets. Mireille, the pianist/composer, was …

  • English historian, (Born 1906)

  • British historian (d. 1990).

  • P Taylor British historian (English History 1914-1915).

  • Cuban political activist and founder of the "internationalized Cuban Communist Party." Mella studied law at the University of Havana, until he was expelled from Cuba in 1925. He is still considered a hero in Cuba by the current government. Mella was walking home at night with Tina Modotti when he was assassinated.

  • Jewish-American scholar (d. 90)

  • Binnie Barnes

    English-American actress, whose film career spanned fifty year spans from 1923 to 1973.

  • Ukrainian-American scholar and theologian (d. 1990).

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