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

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2009 - 2000

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

  • An Australian family legend, the second son of Mark "Chopper", Read, a celebrity criminal. Margaret Read, 43 years old, gave birth to the baby after a hard labor. Chopper called his son, "our Ripper Roy."

  • American family of noted importance, the son psychic John Edward and Sandra, weighing in around 10 lbs.


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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


1979 - 1970

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


1969 - 1960

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

  • Welsh actress, confident, fun-loving, and unpretentious. She is often heard humming happily. She was a star actress and is now a married mother to a beautiful baby girl.

  • American actor

  • Bill Simmons

    American journalist and author

  • British supermodel

  • American actor, producer and rapper. He has had success in music, film, television and movies. Newsweek called Smith "the most powerful actor of Hollywood" in April 2007. Smith has received five Golden Globe Awards nominations, two Academy Awards nominations, and four Grammy Awards.

  • Will Smith

    American actor, producer and rapper. He has had success in music, film, television and movies. Newsweek named him the "most powerful actor in Hollywood" in April 2007. Smith has received five Golden Globe Awards nominations, two Academy Awards nominations, and four Grammy Awards.

  • Dutch royal family, the second son of Queen Beatrix and Prince-consort Claus von Amsberg.

  • American academic and economist

  • French actress and humourist. Her grandparents were Ashkenasi Jews of Russia. She is also Moroccan (mother time). She attended the "Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris", but she wanted to perform onstage. She was formerly a member of Ruquier’s radio team "Rien A Cirer", and she achieved great success on television ("Vivement Dimanche”).

  • NBA forward (Chicago Bulls).

  • American football actor and producer

  • Gordon Currie

    Canadian producer and director of actor

  • Heather Locklear

    American perky, sexy blonde TV actress who rose to fame. She was a part of two prime-time series at the same time, as Stacy, a gentle character in "T.J. Hooker", 1982-1987, and Sammy Jo, a nasty character on "Dynasty", 1981-1989. On September 20, 1995, her nighttime soap "Melrose Place", aired one hundred episodes.

  • Mark Gil

    Filipino actor (d. 2014)

  • French journalist and copresident of Festival des Vieilles Charrues. He died 7 September 2012.

  • British journalist and broadcaster

  • California, USA; actress (Stacy-T.J. Hooker).


1959 - 1950

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

  • Michael Madsen

    Chicago, Illinois -- Actor (Reservoir Dogs, Straight Talk)

  • American musician. He was a veteran of backing keyboards on top albums. In 1979, he toured with Bette Midler and worked alongside Jose Feliciano and the Temptations.

  • Irish chemist

  • Belgian francophone politician, co-founder of Ecolo (the Green Party) and founder the political party Mouvement de Gauche. Whespael sat in the parliament.

  • Italian popular singer whose first album, 1983, topped the charts in Italy. In 1995 his "Spirito Divino" hit the No.1 spot. A rocker, he did a duet with Pavarotti.

  • German manager and footballer

  • Brazilian explorer and sailor

  • English composer, bassist, and co-founding member for Siouxsie and The Banshees.

  • American short story writer and novelist poet

  • English mandolin keyboard player and composer (Gryphon).

  • Christopher Reeve

    American actor, stage, film, and TV. He was tall and handsome and starred in the TV soap Love of Life, in the movie Gray Lady Down and on Broadway in "A Matter of Gravity" with Kate Hepburn. His lead role in Superman (1977), for which he was paid $250,000. Reeve appeared in three sequels and ten more films. Reeve appeared …

  • He is a Scottish-born Australian actor. His credits include the co-starring role with Noni Hazlehurst (1982), the title role in Malcolm (1986), which won him the 1986 AFI Award as Best Actor. The lead role in the 1994 Halifax F.p. telemovie Hard Corps, Frank Holloway in Water Rats (1996-1999), which earned him the Logie Award as Most Outstanding Actor at …

  • American activist and author

  • American essayist, writer, editor, playwright, essayist, and activist. Her experiences as a child of poor Latinas and Anglo Americans, and her discovery of her homosexuality are all prominent in her work. "A deep connection was rekindled in me after I lifted the lid on my lesbianism. My deepest empathy and identification with my mother's oppression, which was due to her …

  • American producer and director of actor

  • Mark Hamill

    American actor, who became an icon playing Luke Skywalker in the George Lucas trilogy. He made a fortune as "Star Wars," the Empire Strikes Back and the Return of the Jedi. He left Hollywood after the success of his trio to spend more time with his family and two sons, born in 1982 and 1980. After a while, he was …

  • American basketball player. He is 6'9" tall and weighs 225 lbs. In 1972, he was selected in the first round of the draft as a hardship case.

  • California, USA; actor ("Star Wars")

  • Greensboro sports Champions

  • Israeli singer

  • French actor who has appeared more than 100 and fifty times in films since 1967. Le Coq's first major role was Annie Girardot, Claude Jade and his brother in "Hearth Fires", a family drama by Serge Korber. This drama was released in 1972. For his role as Prof. Christian Licht, he won the 2002 CA(c)sar Award.

  • Journalist

1949 - 1940

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

  • Cheryl Tiegs

    American supermodel and model, she was also a cover girl. Her natural, wholesome blonde beauty was an iconic part of American women's cosmetic image for many years.

  • French actress

  • American singer, songwriter and lyricist. He started his career with his brothers in an R&B band. Later, they disbanded. They disbanded later. Cecil began scoring hits in 1984 as a half-of Womack and Womack, along with his wife Linda.

  • USA; model's figure.

  • Greek diplomat and politician (d. 1999).

  • American politician, noted family, and the daughter of California Governor Pat Brown. She is also the sister of California Governor Jerry Brown. She jokes that politics is a "genetic problem." Brown is a likeable, attractive woman who has fought for her family's cause since she was a child. She is the youngest of four children and shows her father's warmth …

  • Scottish musician, guitarist, and band member of Average White Band (AWB).

  • Scotland, United Kingdom -- Guitarist (Average White Band).

  • Journalist

  • Josh Taylor

    American actor who played the role of Chris Kositchek on the soap-TV series "Days of Our Lives" in 1977. His character quickly became a prominent force on the show. Taylor, after four years as a star on "Days", took a two year sabbatical and returned to the cast in 1982. Taylor continued to do "Days" and the "The Hogan Family," …

  • American Lieutenant Academic and Politiker 22nd United States Secretary Of Defense

  • French race car driver

  • American soul singer (Born 1945).

  • American singer, Dionne Warwick's younger sister. Both of them changed their names from the Warrick family. Their dad was the director of Chess Records and they grew up as gospel singers. The two girls formed a trio of gospel singers with Cissy (Whitney's mother) in the early 1960s. They were called the "Gospelaires".

  • English educator and pianist (Nucleus), (d. 2015).

  • German politician. He was the Federal Minister of Defence between 1 April 1992 and 27 October 1998. In 2000, he lost the bid to be the minister-president for the German state Schleswig-Holstein.


1939 - 1930

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

  • Indian actor producer and director (d. 2009).

  • US singer (Slip Sliding Away)

  • American politician and lawyer Mayor of Cincinnati

  • Vice President (Commission of European Communities).

  • Dutch prostitute, homicide victim. She was working in Amsterdam's red-light district when she was attacked and strangled to death in her "crib". This was not a "copycat" crime. Four years earlier, another girl working in Amsterdam had been strangled to death in the same crib. Her killer was caught the following day.

  • Estonian politician

  • Greenlandic politician and priest 1st Prime Minister Greenland (d.2010)

  • English runner and businessman

  • American government official responsible for Wisconsin licensees and overseeing all bureaus. She was the first assistant to Governor in 1989.

  • Peter Woodthorpe

    British actor (Born 1931).

  • Iranian poet and journalist (d. 2005).

  • English scholar and mathematician

  • Cerruti, an Italian fashion designer, was founded

  • American composer and poet (Born 1930).

  • Elsa Aguirre

    Mexican actress

  • Astronaut

  • Venezuelan playwright,translator and essayist. He graduated from Columbia University and Manchester University. Later, he was the director of the School of Arts at Central University of Venezuela.

1929 - 1920

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

  • Barbara Walters

    American broadcaster. She was the first woman to anchor network news. Her salary was a staggering one-million dollars annually in 1975. She is an intelligent, successful woman who communicates well with both movie stars and heads of state.

  • Ronnie Barker

    British comedian and actor, who is a bit overweight, was a co-star in "The Two Ronnies," a British television sitcom. He was also seen in "Porridge", a sitcom about a prisoner, with Richard Beckinsale playing his jail mate. "Open all Hours," which is based in a northern English corner shop, co-starring David Jason, also featured him.

  • Wattrelos physician

  • Italian actress and dancer. Scala was an active romantic figure with a young first marriage and a long affair. She then married Eugenio Castellotti who was a racecar pilot, but tragically, Scala died in the race. She married Piero Gianotti on 9/10/1966 and she was divorced in 1982. She was again married to Piero Gianotti in November 1984 and became …

  • Chartres Journalist

  • Aldo Ray

    Actor in Western (Battle Cry) dies from cancer at 64

  • German-American actor, painter, and artist. Married once and had two children.

  • American pastor and author (d. 2001).

  • USSR -- Equestrian dressage (1960 Olympics - Gold Medalist)

  • Silvana Pampanini

    Italian film actress from the 1950s. She was a star in Italy and an incredible beauty. She began her career as a concert singer and won the Miss Italy 1947 beauty title. She also served as a sex-goddess throughout her film career.

  • American tap dancer. He was the first African-American entertainer to join the Lawrence Welk Show. Although Duncan was originally a pharmacist, his dancing abilities landed him gigs at nightclubs and on TV. The Lawrence Welk Show was his favorite, with its smooth, agile tap-dance routines and sometimes singing.

  • Jr., American aeronautical engineer (d.2007)

  • American Astrologer, author of her 1975 declination studies. Kt is well-known for her book "Declination. The Other Dimension", which was the AFA Convention's best-selling new book in 1994. The book has been a bestseller every year since and will be entering the fourth edition in 2001. Before that, she was editor at The Stellium Quarterly an astrological journal, which was …

  • American clarinet player and composer, saxophonist (d.2011)

  • American academic and author (d. 2001).

  • Fresnay l'Evéque Painters

  • French archbishop of Marseille and former cardinal of Catholic Church, French cardinal, was born in Espelette (Basque Country). He was severely injured by a Swiss-Italian Susanna Maliolo attack on Benedict XVI in 2009.

  • British MP

  • The Russian royal family is the last member of the House Romanoff. Prince Nicholas was born in France. He is the son of Roman Petrovich and Prince Romanov. Praskovia Dmitrievna was the Countess Sheremetieva. On 1/21/1952 in Cannes, he married Countess Sveva della Gherardesca, born 7/15/1930. They had three children: Natalia Nikolaevna was born 4/12/1952; Elizaveta Nikolaevna was born 8/07/1956 …

  • New Zealand politician, who was first elected to Parliament in 1961. He then became Minister of Finance between 1964-1972. He was elected leader of the National Party on July 1974, and became Prime Minister from 11/25/1975 to 07/26/1984. He also served as Chairman of the World Monetary Fund (and Money Bank) He was a large man with a bold personality, …

  • American explorer and entrepreneur. He led expeditions to Africa and founded the American Foundation for the Study of Man. He was an entrepreneur and became the President and major stockholder of two oil companies that were established in 1958.

  • Journalist

  • Prime Minister of New Zealand (d.92)

  • New Zealand sergeant accountant, politician 31st Prime Minster of New Zealand (d.92)


1919 - 1910

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

  • Scottish poet and influential songwriter of '50s folk revival. Blythman is known for his sharp and incisive political pieces that combine Marxist ideology with Scottish Nationalism. He is also known by the nom de plume of Thurso Berwick.

  • An officer in the United States Army Air Forces during World War II. Gonzalez was the first Puerto Rican to fly in the United States Army Air Forces. He also became the first Puerto Rican to die in World War II. His name is on the "Roll of Honor", 314th Troop Carrier Group World War II. Both his hometown Adjuntas, …

  • French journalist and ballet critic, he was the Parisian Libere's 1965 ballet critic. He has been working for Carrefour since 1973. He was involved in many exhibitions and lectures that were held in Paris. He was the founder and director, La Danse, a Paris Bookshop and Gallery.

  • France sport Champion

  • Romanian actress and singer (d. 1963).

  • British diplomat / quiz winner


1909 - 1900

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

  • French screenwriter, playwright, and film director. He directed and wrote "Bal Cupidon," Mon Ami Sainfoin, and "Le Roi", among others.

  • France Writer

  • Governor-General of Jamaica (1973-91)

  • American Alzheimer's patient. He began to fall into dementia around 1973. He entered a care facility in 1980. Overweight. She didn't know her daughter by 1990; she died 6/11/1993.

  • French director, who started as a script girl in 33 before becoming an assistant director. Her first film was in 1943, and her first feature was in 1945. Pierre Laroche, her husband, wrote most of her scripts, displaying a passion for psychological themes. Colette, her sister, is also a screenwriter and scholar.

  • Composer

  • Russian composer known for his experimental and daring style. He was often in and out governmentaEUR(tm), but he won the Stalin Prize in 1940. He was severely reprimanded in public for not performing his "duty" of Soviet composer in 1936 and 1948. However, he was redeemed after 1957.

  • Writer dies at 89

  • English cartographer and painter (d. 1996).

  • Sportscaster (Pulitzer, Fight Talk), dies at 76

  • Scientist

  • American sportswriter. A Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, he was a funny and well-known humorist. He is known for his humor and subtle literacy, as well as his irreverence towards his chosen field. He also wrote many books, including a history and column in the newspaper. Walter Wellesley "Red" Smith is a native of Green Bay, Wisconsin. He graduated from Notre Dame …

  • Israeli archaeologist (Discovering Jerusalem)

  • Robert Bresson

    He was a French film director who directed 14 films over 40 years. His reputation as one the most austere cinematographers is his. His first films were made during the German occupation. He began to lose his style in the 1950s and his vision became bleak and full of regrets about his failures. Jansenist is the most common view that …

  • French film director. He directed 14 films from 1939 to 1967 and also worked as an assistant director.

  • Australian rules footballer (Born in 1901).

  • Estonian soldier, lawyer, and politician (d. 377)

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