October 25th, birthdays | TakeMeBack.to

October 25th famous birthdays

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

Pick another month:

2019 - 2010

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


2009 - 2000

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

  • Canadian craniopagus twins conjoined

  • Canadian conjoined twins

  • Canadian conjoined twins. The girls are joined at their backs. They were delivered by C-section and were breathing independently within a few hours. Their chances of survival were evaluated at 10 months by doctors. However, the doctors decided that surgery was too risky because they had brain tissue in common.

  • American, second child of Stephen Stills and Kristen, the famous musician and singer of Crosby Stills and Nash. Oliver was born to a father who was 59 years old and a mother who was 38 at the time.

  • American child of well-known parents: Bill Forry, a Boston, MA newspaperman, and Linda Dorcena Forry, a politician. Young John is of Irish Catholic descent, his father is white and his mother is black of Haitian descent.

  • YouTube Star

  • Belgian crown princess, heiress to the throne as her father Prince Philippe is the Crown Prince. She is the first baby born to Princess Mathilde d'Udekem d'Acoz and Prince Philippe of Belgium. According to a 1991 law granting women equal rights to the throne, she is the heir apparent after Philippe.

1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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

  • Katy Perry

    American singer, songwriter, and actress. Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson was born in Santa Barbara, California to Maurice Keith Hudson (Pentecostal pastor) and Mary Christine Perry. Both her parents are born again Christians and each have a "wild youth" that led them to God. Perry moved around the country with her parents from age 3 to 11. They set up churches in …

  • Swedish musician (A-Teens)

  • Spanish footballer

  • Swedish singer and dancer (Ateens).


1979 - 1970

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

  • American rapper and actor (d. 2005).

  • Defensive end (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

  • San Diego, California -- PGA golfer (1995 Greater Milwaukee-3rd)

  • Reality Star

  • American actress and singer-songwriter

  • Adam Goldberg

    American actor, director and producer. He is the son of Donna (nA)e Donna Louise Goebel), and Earl Louis Goldberg. Earl was a former lifeguard. His father is Jewish, while his mother is not a Roman Catholic, but is of Irish, French and German descent. Goldberg, an adult, does not practice any religion. [6] He resides in Los Angeles, California with …

  • Dutch kickboxer and mixed martial artist

  • Adam Pascal

    American singer and actor

  • NFL Guard (Seattle Seahawks).

1969 - 1960

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

  • American family of note, the grand-daughter of President Lyndon B. Johnson. She graduated from Princeton University in 1990 with a degree in public affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School.

  • American rapper (Arrested Development)

  • American activist and chef (d. 2013).

  • NFL linebacker (New York Giants).

  • French soccer (soccer), goalkeeper at senior level (1987-192002) and for the national team (1997aEUR")

  • American wrestler

  • American professional wrestler

  • American porn actress and dancer

  • Businessman

  • French television host. She co-founded aEURaEUR(tm), Sport Away" 1994 with her husband. It featured holiday resorts offering water sports facilities. Her sportswear brand of bathing suit is promoted by her. Simon is a well-known surfer, having won second place at the Indoor'95.

  • NFL linebacker / defensive end (Oakland Raiders).

  • American actor who appeared in "Days of Our Lives," a 1980s TV soap. Later, he played the role of Jack McKinnon, a disreputable rogue who has a heart full of gold for "Another World." After the show's cancellation in 1999, EplinaEUR (tm)'s huge popularity among fans led to him reprising his role on "As The World turns."

  • Director

  • American illustrator

  • Indianapolis, Indiana -- Murderer (FBI Most Wanted List)

1959 - 1950

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

  • Argentine singer. More than 1200 topics have been written by him, and over 200 of them have been published.

  • Australian singer-songwriter/actress (Divinyls), (d.2013)

  • French politician, who was Deputy Director (1993) and then Chief of staff at the Ministry of Industry, Post and Telecommunications and International Trade. He was Chief of staff at the Civil Service Ministry from 1995 to 1996 and then Chief Of Staff for the Deputy Ministry for Finance and International Trade. From 1997 to 2003, he was Managing Director of …

  • German Democratic Republic, 100m/200m freestyle (Olympics-gold-1976).

  • Phil Daniels

    English singer and actor

  • German swimmer, controversially born in GDR (East Germany). At the 1976 Montreal Olympics, she won four gold medals. She was also accused of doping, along with Marita Koch (East German sportswomen)

  • American judge and lawyer

  • TV Show Host

  • Estonian politician and businessman Estonian Minister for the Interior

  • American screenwriter and actor (d. 2006).

  • Rock guitarist (Scorpions - Wind of Change).

  • Glynis Barber

    South African-English actress

  • German singer and guitarist (Scorpions).

  • American professional baseball pitcher. Grayson County College, Texas signed him as a non-drafted player free agent on 5/10/1976. Darwin has been a player for the Milwaukee Brewers and Kansas City Royals as well as the Houston Astros, Boston Red Sox (with the Boston Red Sox), Pittsburgh Pirates, Toronto Blue Jays and the Chicago White Sox. His most recent contract was …

  • American producer of notable films in the 1990s, including "Terminator," 'Aliens" and "Raising cain."

  • Politician

  • Politician

  • American hockey player, and the captain of the US Olympic Hockey team, also known as "the dream team." The team won the gold medal at the Olympics, Lake Placid, NY in 1980. Eruzione scored Eruzione's winning goal against the Soviet Union team on February 22, 1980. The team was able to advance to the gold match against Finland thanks to …

  • John Matuszak

    American football defensive end in National Football League. He later became an actor. He was the first draft selection of 1973. He played his entire career with the Oakland Raiders, until he retired in 1981 after winning the second Super Bowl. Matuszak was ninth in the 1978 World's Strongest Man contest. He was an actor and played the role of …

  • British pop singer. He sang in the 1970s for the soft rock band Smokie and continues to perform solo.

  • American homosexual, HIV positive; contracted AIDS January 1989.

  • Australian rugby player

1949 - 1940

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

  • American head coach and amateur wrestler. He is most well-known for his time as the University of Iowa's head coach, where he won 16 NCAA titles between 1976aEUR"1997. He was awarded golad at Munich's 1972 Olympic Games.

  • American basketball star who was drafted by the Boston Celtics on September 7, 1970. He was small for a center but showed his cirtics how aggressive he could be. He was named the game's MVP during his August 1970 preseason game. That year, he shared the NBA Rookie of-the-Year Award. Red-haired and left-handed, the left-hander played aggressively but also recklessly …

  • American professional basketball player, athlete. He was the American Basketball Association's Rookie of The Year in 1971. This was after a remarkable first season with the Kentucky Colonels. He was also named Most Valuable Player on the All Star team in 1972. He won the 1975 championship with the team. In the following years, he was one of the best …

  • Musician

  • Australian-American artist and illustrator (d. 1994).

  • Borysenko, an American metaphysician, is also an author. She trained as a psychologist and a medical scientist, but she followed her vision to bring science and medicine together for the purpose of healing. She was a former biologist and a licensed psychologist at Harvard Medical School. In 1981, she co-founded the Mind/Body Clinic in Boston. Her first book, "Minding the …

  • English singer-songwriter/guitarist (Yes Jon and Vangelis Anderson Bruford Wakeman, Howe and The Warriors).

  • James Carville

    American political strategist and commentator

  • After starting out as a taxi driver, he became a Scottish actor and appeared in Mastermind in 1980. Housego became a TV presenter shortly after.

  • Hungarian singer

  • Australian rugby player and businessman

  • Helen Reddy

    An Australian singer and actress, she rose to stardom with "I Am Woman", her Grammy-winning song. It became the national anthem of the women's movement. Ten of her platinum and gold-certified hits include "Angie Baby," and "Delta Dream." She starred in "Pete's Dragon," her second film role.

  • American author, widely acclaimed for his novels that use humorous colloquial dialog to expose the tragedies and tensions that underlie everyday life in Baltimore and small American communities.

  • Minneapolis Writer

  • American painter and sculptor

  • Soccer player / entrepreneur

  • Basketball coach for college (Indiana Olympic - Gold – 1984).

  • Canadian actor (d.2013)

  • French physical oceanographer who also specializes in meteorology.

  • American basketball player, who became a coach at Indiana University. His name is synonymous in college basketball with winning and greatness, and many consider him the best basketball coach in America.

1939 - 1930

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

  • American basketball coach and player (d. 2013).

  • American Pentecostal minister, purported faith healer. He is a televangelist and hosts "Power and Mercy" (Black Entertainment Television, The Word Network and other television channels.

  • Greek screenwriter and producer (d. 2007).

  • F. Murray Abraham
  • Canadian screenwriter and producer (d. 2005).

  • Latvian-American visual artist. She is best known for her photo-realistic paintings of natural phenomena and environments such as the ocean and star fields. She is based in New York City and has been the subject of more than forty solo exhibitions, including major retrospectives at Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Whitney Museum of American Art.

  • Berkeley, California -- Diver (1960, 64 Olympics - Gold Medalist)

  • Brazilian producer and guitarist of singer-songwriters

  • Hungarian ballet dancer. She studied at the Budapest State Ballet Institute as well as in Moscow. Since 1954, she was the Budapest Opera's principal dancer.

  • Masako Nozawa

    Japanese singer and actress

  • British historian

  • British historian, honorary Fellow of Merton College University of Oxford. He was one the world's most prolific historians, authoring over 80 books, including works on Jewish history and the Holocaust.

  • (Rep-R-Kentucky, 1979- )

  • American film executive, co-founder, with David Wolper, in Wolper Productions, Inc., 1959. He was also the executive producer for "Ripley's Believe It or Not" 1983 and "That's Entertainment". He produced the Academy Awards in 1984 for the first time. In 1985, he produced "That's Dancing", which was followed by the special "That's Dancing". His work earned him several Emmys.

  • French architect who established his own firm in 1968.

  • American child actor. He is most well-known for his roles in "Our Gang" (Little Rascals), comedies as Porky, from 1935 to1939. Porky invented the catchphrase O-tay during his time in "Our Gang". Although it is often attributed to Buckwheat, "O-tay!" was created by Porky during his tenure in "Our Gang."

  • American author and astrologer, who was also a biochemical and microbiological researcher. He was a researcher between 1955-1961 and became involved in the Mercury, Apollo, and Space Programs from 1961-1965. Before he began his studies in astrology, he worked as a marketing specialist at Xerox. He founded his publishing company "Astro-Analytics" in 1971. It produced several books, including "Astrology and …

  • French actress at the height of her career in 1970s. She was an actress in the Comedie Francaise Theatre Troupe, which she joined in 1954. Her film debut was made in 1955. She was critically acclaimed for her appearance in "Rocco and His Brothers", 1960. In 1976, she received the prestigious CA(c]sar award and in 1995 she was again awarded …

  • Paris, France -- Actress (Gypsy Jacko & Lise).

  • American baseball player. He was a left-handed pinch hitter, and runner who played six games in 1954 with the Cincinnati Redlegs.

  • Manager and footballer from Ireland


1929 - 1920

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

  • Marion Ross

    TV Actress

  • American actor (Born 1928).

  • Jeanne Cooper

    Minneapolis, Minnesota -- Actress (Kay Young and Restless).

  • Italian-American leading actor on stage and in film. He is well-known for his light movements, ready smile, and brilliant blue eyes. At twenty-five, he made his Broadway debut and had some good roles in movies. In 1963, he was heavily involved in TV.

  • Minnesota, USA; actress (Marion-Happy Days, Brooklyn Bridge).

  • French business leader and owner-manager of Perdriel Group, which publishes Le Nouvel Observateur Sciences et Avenir Challenges, Sciences et Avenir et Challenges, Challenges, Rue89, and, during 1970-1980 the Paris daily Le Matin de Paris.

  • Galina Vishnevskaya

    Leningrad, Russia -- Soprano (Madama Butterfly)

  • American composer and saxophonist (Heath Brothers).

  • Pakistani painter, sculptor (d.2007)

  • Connecticut, USA; actor

  • Canadian actor (d. 1990).

  • Italian ecclesiastic, foreign minister to the Vatican. He is a priest who worked for many years with Casaroli, Cicognani, and is now third in the hierarchy of the Vatican.

  • Scottish-born American baseball player (d.2010)

  • Australian composer and educator (d. 80)


1919 - 1910

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

  • Outstanding Peruvian swimmer. He was an accomplished artist in his youth, who also loved poetry, theater, and tango. He received a telegram in 1936 from the Peruvian Olympic Committee, while he was studying medicine in Germany. However, he couldn't continue in the playoffs 400m because of the problems with the Peruvian football team at the Olympics. In 19 he was …

  • Canadian-American mathematician (d. 1999).

  • American celebrity family, wife of Alan Ladd. In 1933, she met Ladd at school. She secretly married him in October 1936. He did some radio work and film work over the next few years. Alan's mother moved in and they had a son, Laddie. Alan's mother also committed suicide on 11/29/1937. In the middle of 1938, Alan began an affair …

  • Canadian mathematician (d. 1999)

  • American writer and Regents Professor at University of Minnesota. In 1965, he won the Pulitzer Prize for his "77 Dream Songs", and in 1969, the National Book Award for "History, His Dream, His Rest". He was a brilliant teacher when sober and outwardly humdrum. He believed in the myth of the artist who fornicated, drank and roared toward his own …

  • French editor and writer. For more than twenty-five years, he was responsible for the Editions Grasset.

  • Germany Military man

  • The Butcher of Lyon, a Nazi war criminal from Germany. He was the head of the Gestapo between 1942 and 1944. He was brought to trial in France on the 05/11/1987. The notorious Barbie was convicted of "crimes against humanity" and sentenced to life imprisonment. He died from cancer in Lyon, France, on 9/25/1991.


1909 - 1900

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

  • American anthropologist and government official, he was also the 33rd Lieutenant Governor for Wisconsin starting in 1959aEUR"1961 when he was a Democrat. He died 12 October 1987.

  • NYC, New York -- Actor. (Time Machine, General Kirk - Time Tunnel).

  • Dieter Borsche

    German actor who appeared as an actor in more than 90 films between 1935-81.

  • American choreographer and tap dancer. His passion and unique "Ballet-Tap” style earned him international fame. He teamed up in 1940 with Larry Adler (a harmonica player virtuoso). They became a worldwide sensation, performing together until 1949. Draper married Heidi Vosseler on 23 June 1941 in Rio de Janeiro. Heidi was a ballerina with George Balanchine's American Ballet Company. Three daughters …

  • Author and poet from Switzerland (d. 2004).

  • Finnish actor. He played the role of archetypal lover and hero in Finnish films from 1930-1960. Married three times and had three children.

  • Cherbourg Military man

  • The Dutch discus thrower, who participated in the 1928 Summer Olympics, finished 17th with her best throw of 29.36m.

  • Three times served as President of Costa Rica: 1948aEUR”1949, 1953aEUR”1958, 1970aEUR”1974.

  • Italian heavyweight boxing champion 1933-1934, who was also known as "the ambling monkey." Later, he took up acting and wrestle.

  • Turkish pianist composer and conductor

  • Nigerian activist and educator (d. 1978).

  • American businesswoman and entrepreneur who used her inheritance to purchase six motels from 1961-1969. She retired in 1987 after selling her sixth motel.

Pick another month:

Tell us if you know any missing famous people who were born on October 25th!