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Celebrity birthdays for Jan. 25

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Celebrity Birthdays for Jan. 25:

 

Country singer Claude Gray is 90.

Actress Leigh Taylor-Young ("Peyton Place," ''Soylent Green") is 77.

Larry Good, of the Canadian country group the Good Brothers, is 70.

Andy Cox, guitarist with The Beat and Fine Young Cannibals, is 66.

Actress Dinah Manoff ("Empty Nest") is 66.

Actress Jenifer Lewis ("The Preacher's Wife", "The PJ's") is 65.

Hockey Hall of Fame defenceman Chris Chelios is 60.

Singer Kina (Brownstone) is 53.

CFL Hall of Fame receiver Milt Stegall is 52. 

Actress Ana Ortiz ("Devious Maids," ''Ugly Betty") is 52.

Actress China Kantner is 51. 

Drummer Joe Sirois of Mighty Mighty Bosstones is 50.

Singer Emily Haines (Metric) is 48.

Actress Mia Kirshner is 47.


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Charlene, Princess of Monaco is 44.

Actress Christine Lakin is 43. 

Singer Alicia Keys is 41.

Actor Michael Trevino ("The Vampire Diaries") is 37.

Actress Olivia Edward is 15.

 

Also born on this date (death in parentheses):

In 1759, Scottish poet Robert Burns. (July 21, 1796)

In 1882, novelist and critic Virginia Woolf. (March 28, 1941)

In 1899, bluesman (Sleepy) John Estes. (June 5, 1977)

In 1916, "Ashpan Annie" (Welsh), survivor of the Halifax explosion. (July 18, 2010)

In 1918, baseball broadcasting legend Ernie Harwell. (May 4, 2010)

In 1919, journalist Edwin Newman. (Aug. 13, 2010)

In 1924, pedal steel guitarist Wesley Webb "Speedy" West. (Nov. 15, 2003)

In 1927, Brazilian composer and guitarist Antonio Carlos Jobim. (Dec. 8, 1994)

In 1927, actor Gregg Palmer. (Oct. 31, 2015) 

In 1931, record producer Stig "Stikkan" Andersson. (Sept. 12, 1997)

In 1931, actor Dean Jones. (Sept. 1, 2015)

In 1933, Phillipines president Corazon Aquino. (Aug. 1, 2009)

In 1938, Blues singer Etta James. (Jan. 20, 2012)

In 1943, movie director Tobe Hooper. (Aug. 26, 2017)

 

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