Famous People Born on February 25, February 25 Famous Birthdays

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February 25 Birthdays, Famous People born on February 25th

Year Name
1999 Gianluigi Donnarumma, Italian international footballer; youngest goalkeeper to play for Italy
1999 Rocky, South Korean singer, dancer and songwriter
1995 Viktoriya Tomova, Bulgarian tennis player
1992 Jorge Soler, Cuban baseball player
1989 Kana Hanazawa, Japanese voice actress and singer
1988 Tom Marshall, British photo colouriser and artist
1982 Flavia Pennetta, Italian tennis player; winner of the 2015 US Open
1981 Park Ji-sung, South Korean footballer; the most successful Asian player with 19 career trophies
1974 Dominic Raab, British politician; First Secretary of State and Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
1971 Sean Astin, American actor, director and producer
1968 Oumou Sangaré, Grammy Award-winning Malian Wassoulou musician
1967 Ed Balls, British politician; Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer
1962 Birgit Fischer, German kayaker; winner of eight Olympic gold medals
1958 Kurt Rambis, American basketball player and coach; four-time NBA Finals champion
1957 Raymond McCreesh, Irish Republican, hunger striker (d. 1981)
1957 Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Singapore politician; 5th Senior Minister of Singapore
1953 José María Aznar, Spanish politician; Prime Minister of Spain, 1996–2004
1952 Joey Dunlop, Northern Irish motorcycle road racing champion; holds record for most wins (26) at the Isle of Man TT (d. 2000)
1951 Don Quarrie, Jamaican sprinter and coach; four Olympic medals and two world records
1950 Francisco Fernández Ochoa, Spanish skier; 1972 Olympic slalom champion (d. 2006)
1950 Neil Jordan, Irish film director, screenwriter and author
1950 Néstor Kirchner, Argentinian politician; 51st President of Argentina, 2003–2007 (d. 2010)
1949 Amin Maalouf, Lebanese-French journalist and author
1947 Lee Evans, American sprinter and athletics coach; two gold medals and world 400m record at 1968 Olympics (d. 2021)
1946 Jean Todt, French racing driver and team manager; FIA President, 2009–2021
1944 François Cevert, French racing driver (d. 1973)
1943 George Harrison, English singer-songwriter, guitarist and film producer; lead guitarist of The Beatles (d. 2001)
1941 David Puttnam, English film producer and academic
1940 Ron Santo, American baseball player and sportscaster (d. 2010)
1938 Herb Elliott, Australian 1500 metres runner; 1960 Olympic champion and world record holder
1938 Farokh Engineer, Indian international cricketer; successful as batsman and wicketkeeper
1937 Tom Courtenay, award-winning English actor
1937 Bob Schieffer, American political author, journalist and TV interviewer
1935 Oktay Sinanoglu, Turkish physical chemist and molecular biophysicist; two-time nominee for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry (d. 2015)
1934 Tony Lema, American golfer; winner of the 1964 Open Championship (d. 1966)
1932 Tony Brooks, English racing driver; six Formula One victories, second in 1959 World Championship (d. 2022)
1932 Faron Young, American country music singer-songwriter and guitarist; member of Country Music Hall of Fame (d. 1996)
1930 Wendy Beckett, British nun and art critic for BBC TV with great success in the 1990s (d. 2018)
1928 Paul Elvstrøm, Danish yachtsman; winner of four Olympic gold medals, 1948–1960 (d. 2016)
1928 A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr., prominent African-American civil rights advocate, author, and federal court judge (d. 1998)
1928 Larry Gelbart, American author and screenwriter; creator and producer of M*A*S*H TV series (d. 2009)
1928 Richard G. Stern, American author and academic (d. 2013)
1927 Ralph Stanley, American bluegrass singer and banjo player; member of International Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame (d. 2016)
1926 Masatoshi Gündüz Ikeda, Japanese-Turkish mathematician and academic; developed algebraic number theory (d. 2003)
1925 Shehu Shagari, former President of Nigeria (d. 2019)
1925 Lisa Kirk, American actress and singer (d. 1990)
1924 Hugh Huxley, English-American biologist and academic (d. 2013)
1922 Molly Reilly, Canadian aviator (d. 1980)[85]
1921 Pierre Laporte, Canadian journalist, lawyer, and politician, Deputy Premier of Quebec (d. 1970)
1921 Andy Pafko, American baseball player and manager (d. 2013)
1920 Philip Habib, American academic and diplomat, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs (d. 1992)
1919 Monte Irvin, American baseball player and executive (d. 2016)
1918 Bobby Riggs, American tennis player; winner of three major titles, 1939–1941 (d. 1995)
1917 Anthony Burgess, English author, playwright, and critic (d. 1993)
1915 S. Rajaratnam, 1st Senior Minister of Singapore (d. 2006)
1913 Jim Backus, American actor and screenwriter; the voice of Mr. Magoo (d. 1989)
1913 Gert Fröbe, German actor; title role in Goldfinger (d. 1988)
1910 Millicent Fenwick, American journalist and politician (d. 1992)
1908 Mary Locke Petermann, cellular biochemist (d. 1975)[72]
1908 Frank G. Slaughter, American physician and author (d. 2001)
1907 Sabahattin Ali, Turkish journalist, author, and poet (d. 1948)
1906 Mary Coyle Chase, American journalist and playwright; author of Harvey (d. 1981)
1905 Perry Miller, American historian, author, and academic (d. 1963)
1903 King Clancy, Canadian ice hockey player, referee, and coach; rated one of the 100 greatest NHL players (d. 1986)
1901 Vince Gair, Australian politician, 27th Premier of Queensland (d. 1980)
1901 Zeppo Marx, American comedian (the youngest of the Marx Brothers) and theatrical agent (d. 1979)
1898 William Astbury, physicist and molecular biologist (d. 1961)
1894 Meher Baba, Indian spiritual master (d. 1969)
1890 Myra Hess, English pianist and educator (d. 1965)
1888 John Foster Dulles, American soldier, lawyer, and politician, 52nd United States Secretary of State (d. 1959)
1885 Princess Alice of Battenberg, mother of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (d. 1969)
1883 Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone (d. 1981)
1881 William Z. Foster, American union leader and politician (d. 1961)
1881 Alexei Rykov, Russian politician, Premier of Russia (d. 1938)
1877 Erich von Hornbostel, Austrian musicologist and scholar (d. 1935)
1873 Enrico Caruso, Italian-American tenor; the most popular operatic tenor of the early 20th century and the first great recording star. (d. 1921)
1869 Phoebus Levene, Russian-American biochemist and physician (d. 1940)
1866 Benedetto Croce, Italian philosopher and politician (d. 1952)
1865 Andranik, Armenian general (d. 1927)
1860 William Ashley, English historian and academic (d. 1927)
1857 Robert Bond, Canadian politician; first Prime Minister of Newfoundland (d. 1927)
1856 Karl Gotthard Lamprecht, German historian and academic (d. 1915)
1856 Mathias Zdarsky, Czech-Austrian skier, painter, and sculptor (d. 1940)
1855 Cesário Verde, Portuguese poet and author (d. 1886)
1845 George Reid, Scottish-Australian lawyer and politician, 4th Prime Minister of Australia (d. 1918)
1842 Karl May, German author, poet, and playwright (d. 1912)
1841 Pierre-Auguste Renoir, French painter and sculptor (d. 1919)
1833 John St. John, American lawyer and politician, 8th Governor of Kansas (d. 1916)
1816 Giovanni Morelli, Italian historian and critic (d. 1891)
1812 Carl Christian Hall, Danish lawyer and politician, 6th Prime Minister of Denmark (d. 1888)
1809 John Hart, English-Australian politician, 10th Premier of South Australia (d. 1873)
1806 Emma Catherine Embury, American author and poet (d. 1863)
1778 José de San Martín, Argentinian general and politician, 1st President of Peru (d. 1850)
1755 François René Mallarmé, French lawyer and politician (d. 1835)
1752 John Graves Simcoe, English-Canadian general and politician, 1st Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada (d. 1806)
1728 John Wood, the Younger, English architect, designed the Royal Crescent (d. 1782)
1714 René Nicolas Charles Augustin de Maupeou, French lawyer and politician, Lord Chancellor of France (d. 1792)
1707 Carlo Goldoni, Italian playwright and composer (d. 1793)
1682 Giovanni Battista Morgagni, Italian anatomist and pathologist (d. 1771)
1670 Maria Margarethe Kirch, German astronomer and mathematician (d. 1720)
1663 Peter Anthony Motteux, French-English author, playwright and translator (d. 1718)
1643 Ahmed II, Ottoman sultan (d. 1695)
1591 Friedrich Spee, German poet and author (d. 1635)
1543 Sharaf Khan Bidlisi, Emir of Bitlis (d. 1603)
1540 Henry Howard, 1st Earl of Northampton, English aristocrat and courtier (d. 1614)
1475 Edward Plantagenet, 17th Earl of Warwick, last male member of the House of York (d. 1499)
1337 Wenceslaus I, Duke of Luxembourg (d. 1383)
1259 Infanta Branca of Portugal, daughter of King Afonso III of Portugal and Urraca of Castile (d. 1321)