November 25 Birthdays in History - November 25 Deaths - November 25 Events
1981 Jenna Bush, American Celebrity
1978 Lauren Hewitt, Australian 100m/200m runner 1996 Olympics
1978 Laurie Miller, Miss Alaska Teen USA 1997
1974 Cynthia Geyn Brown, born in San Jose, California, playmate, May, 1995
1973 Erick Strickland, NBA guard, Dallas Mavericks
1973 Yatil Green, wide receiver for the Miami Dolphins
1972 Kevin Han, Shanghai China, U.S. badminton player 1996 Olympics
1972 Petteri Nummelin, Turku FIN, hockey defenseman, Team Finland
1971 Christina Applegate, Hollywood, actress, Kelly-Married With Children
1970 Purvis Hunt, NFL/WLAF guard, Houston Oilers, Scottish Claymores
1970 Shane Pahukoa, NFL safety for the New Orleans Saints
1969 Anthony Peeler, NBA guard, Los Angeles Lakers, Vancouver Grizzlies
1969 Donald Reynolds, WLAF defensive tackle for the Frankfurt Galaxy
1969 Jacqueline Hennessy, Edmonton, actress, Dead Ringers
1969 Jillian Hennessy, Edmonton, twin actress, Claire-Law and Order, Paper
1968 John Johnstone, Liverpool, New York, pitcher for the Houston Astros
1968 Jory Husain, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, actor, Jawaharial-Head of the Class
1968 Jill Hennessy, Canadian Actress
1967 Andrea Stinson, WNBA guard, Charlotte Sting
1967 Anthony Nesty, swimmer, won Suriname's 1st gold olympic medal
1967 Curtis Baldwin, born in Los Angeles, California, actor, Calvin-227
1966 Mark Whiten, Pensacola, Florida, outfielder, Atlanta Braves, New York Yankees
1966 Stacy Lattisaw, Washington D.C., disco singer, Million Dollar Baby
1965 Anthony Newman, NFL safety for the New Orleans Saints
1965 Cris Carter, NFL wide receiver for the Minnesota Vikings
1965 Jeff Norton, Acton, NHL defenseman for the Edmonton Oilers
1965 Mike Gebhardt, Columbus Ohio, mistral yachter, Olympics-6th-1996
1965 Yasmin "Yaz" Farooq, Waupun Wisconsin, rower, Olympics-4th-92, 96
1964 Dan Saleaumua, NFL defensive tackle, Kansas City Chiefs, Seattle Seahawks
1964 Kevin Jackson, Highland Falls, New York, 180 lbs freestyle wrestler 1996 Olympics
1964 Nolan Jay Henke, Battle Creek, Michigan, PGA golfer, 1990 BC Open
1964 Wendy Wyland, Jackson, Michigan, platform diver 1984 Olympics bronze
1963 Bernie Kosar, NFL quarterback, Miami Dolphins, Cleveland Browns
1963 Steve Ave, St. Germain Enlay France, U.S. 1500m runner
1961 Amy Gibson, actress, General Hospital
1961 Kenny Monday, Tulsa Oklahoma, 163 lbs freestyles wrestler, Gold Medal 1988 Olympics, Silver Medal 1992 Olympics
1960 Amy Grant, Augusta Georgia, gospel/rock singer, 'Glory of Love', 'Baby Baby'
1960 John F. Kennedy, Jr., New York City, son of John F. Kennedy, lawyer, magazine publisher, 'George' magazine
1960 Kasey Smith, Queens, New York, heavy metal artist, Danger Danger-Screw It
1960 Mary Ostergren, St. Paul, Minnesota, biathelete 1994 Olympics
1959 Steve Rothery, Brampton, guitarist, Marillion-Clutching at Straws
1959 Charles Kennedy, British Politician
1957 Chico Walker, born in Jackson, Mississippi, professional baseball player, second base, played for the Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, California Angels, New York Mets
1957 Robert. L. Ehrlich, American Politician
1957 Bob Ehrlich, American Politician
1956 Ena Heese, South African costume designer, Willem of Orange
1956 Liana Vicens, Puerto Rico, 100m breaststroke, Olympics 1968
1955 Connie Palmen, Dutch author/widow of Ischa Meoer
1953 Monique St. Pierre, Weisbaden Germany, playmate of year, Nov, 1978
1952 Ernest Harden, Jr., born in Detroit, Michigan, actor, Marcus-Jeffersons
1952 Imran Khan Niaz, cricketer, Pakistan's greatest all-rounder
1952 John Lynch, born in Waltham, Massachusetts, politician, Democrat, 90th Governor of New Hampshire, second most popular Governor in the nation
1951 Bucky Dent, all star shortstop, Chicago White Sox, New York Yankees
1951 Johnny Rep, born in Zaandam, Noord-Holland, professional soccer player, striker, FIFA World Cup record-holder
1949 Kerry O'Keeffe, cricketer, Australian leg-spinner 1971-77
1949 Rita Jenrette, born in San Antonio, Texas, wife of Rep John Jenrette, D-SC
1949 [Boris] Alexander Godunov, Sakhalin U.S.S.R., dancer/actor, Die Hard
1948 Storm Field, Elliot, New York, weatherman, WABC TV, WCBS TV
1947 John Larroquette, born in New Orleans, Louisiana, actor, Dan Fielding-Night Court
1947 Jonathan Kaplan, Paris, France, director, Heart Like a Wheel
1947 Val Fuentes, rocker, It's A Beautiful Day
1944 Ben Stein, American Actor
1943 Roy Lynes, rocker, Status Quo
1942 Rosa Von Praunheim, Holger Mischwitzky, Riga Latvia, dir, Affengeil
1942 Tracey Walter, born in Jersey City, New Jersey, actor, Best of the West
1940 Percy Sledge, soul singer, When A Man Loves A Woman
1940 Richard Furrer, Worgl Germany, astronaut, STS-22
1940 Joe Gibbs, born in Enka, North Carolina, football coach, owner, NASCAR Championship team, Pro Football Hall of Fame, coached Washington Redskins for 12 seasons, producing 8 playoff appearances, 4 NFC Championship titles, 3 Superbowl Titles
1939 Martin Feldstein, economist, 1977 John Bates Clark Medal
1939 Rosanna Schiaffino, Genoa Italy, actress, Minotaur, Mazzabubu
1938 Charles Starkwether, murderer, Texas Tower
1938 John "Jack" Baines, mountaineering publisher
1936 Matt Clark, Washington D.C., actor and director, Return to Oz, Horror Show
1935 Gloria Steinem, Toledo Ohio, femnist/author, Ms
1933 Kathryn Grant Crosby, Houston Texas, actress, Mr Cory, Big Circus
1933 Krzysztof Penderecki, Polish composer, Die Teufel von Loudon
1933 Lenny Moore, NFL back for the Baltimore Colts
1933 Ramiro Cortes, born in Dallas, Texas, composer, Fulbright Fellow, taught composition at University of California, University of Utah
1933 Rene Enriquez, born in San Francisco, California, actor, Ray Calletano-Hill Street Blues
1931 Dickie Jeeps, English rugby international/chairman Sports Council
1929 Jack Hogan, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, ator, Combat, Adam 12, Sierra
1929 Theo Bruins, Dutch pianist/composer, Sei Studii
1928 James "Jimmy" Johnson, U.S. gospel/blues singer/guitarist
1926 Murray Schisgal, playwright, Luv
1926 Poul [William] Anderson, U.S., sci-fi author, 7 Hugos, Mirkheim
1926 Poul Anderson, American Writer
1925 Jeffrey Hunter, Orleans, Louisiana, actor, Christopher Pike-Star Trek Cage
1925 Jose Napoleon Duarte, president El Salvador
1924 Paul Desmond, U.S. jazz saxophonist
1924 Tui St. George Tucker, composer
1923 Jaap van Meekren, Dutch TV host, AVRO/RTL4
1923 Mauno Koivisto, president of Finland, 1982-94
1922 Ilja Hurnik, born in Poruba, Czechoslovakia, composer, essayist, studied at Prague Conservatory, Prague Academy of Arts, recorded 'sonata da camera', for flute, oboe, cello and harpsichord on Cedille Records
1920 Ricardo Montalban, born in Mexico, American radio, television, film actor, Mr. Roarke in 'Fantasy Island' television show
1919 Steve Brodie, Eldorado, Kansas, actor, Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp
1915 Augusto Pinochet, general/president, Chile
1915 George Mudie, cricketer, WI all-rounder in one Test 1935, 5 and 3-40
1915 Ron Hamence, cricketer, Australian batsman post-WWII
1914 Joe DiMaggio, Yankee Clipper, 56 game hitting streak
1914 Eddie Boyd, blues vocal/pianist, Mississippi
1913 Jack Davies, screenwriter
1912 Johannes D De Jong, Frisian poet/photographer, Kar ut twa
1910 Leon Poliakov, historian
1909 Hugh Davson, physiologist/writer
1909 Manny Martindale, cricketer, fiery WI pace bowler of 30's
1904 Herbert Reynolds Inch, composer
1904 Jessie Royce Landis, Medbury, Chicago, actress, North by Northwest
1904 Lillian Copeland, U.S. discus thrower 1932 Olympics gold
1903 Martin Soames, traveller
1903 William Dehart Hubbard, born in Cincinnati, Ohio, long jumper 1924 Olympics gold
1902 Eddie Shore, Boston Bruins, #2, hall of famer
1901 Tibor Serly, Losonc Hungary, violinist and composer, American Elegy
1900 Arthur Schwartz, composer, Girl from Paris, Excuse my Dust
1900 Helen Gahagan, born in Boonton, New Jersey, Representative-D-California 1945 - 1951, Nixon's 1st opponent
1900 Helen Gahagan, American Actress
1899 Vera Reynolds, Richmond, Virginia, silent screen actress, Lawless Woman
1899 William R Burnett, U.S., author, Little Caesar
1896 Rex Maupin, St. Joseph, Missouri, orchestra leader, Tin Pan Alley TV
1896 Virgil Thomson, born in Kansas City, Missouri, composer/music critic, 4 Saints in 3 Acts
1895 Anastas I Mikoyan, Armenia, member of Supreme Soviet
1895 Ludvik Svoboda, Czechoslovakian general/politician
1895 Wilhelm Kempff, Juterbog Germany, pianist, Unter dem Zimbelstern
1893 Joseph W. Krutch, U.S. naturalist, Was Europe a Success?
1893 Joseph Wood Krutch, American Environmentalist
1890 Isaac Rosenberg, English Poet
1886 Percy Holmes, cricketer, England, 555 partners with Sutcliffe for Yorks
1883 Percy Marmont, born in London, England, actor, Captain Apache
1881 John XXIII, Angelo Roncalli, Bergamo Italy, 261st pope, 1958-63
1881 Peder Gram, composer
1881 Pope John XXIII, Italian Pope
1880 Leonard S Woolf, English author/husband of Virginia Woolf
1880 Leonard Woolf, British Author
1878 Georg Kaiser, writer
1877 Harley Granville-Barker, London, dramatist/producer/critic
1873 Dirk Schafer, Dutch pianist/composer, Javanese Rhapsody
1871 Cornelis J "Cor" van Ast, actor and director, Ghost Hotel
1869 Ben Lindsey, American Judge
1862 Ethelbert Woodbridge Nevin, composer
1856 Sergei Ivanovich Taneyev, Russia, composer, Oresteia
1852 Johan N Salvator, Johann Orth, archduke of Austria
1846 Carry Nation, scourge of barkeepers and drinkers
1845 Jose Maria de Eca de Queiroz, Queiros, Portuguese author, Contos
1844 Karl F Benz, German designer/auto manufacturer, 4-taktmotor
1840 Hugo Verriest, Flemish author and poet, Flemish Movement
1839 Stanislaw Duniecki, composer
1835 Andrew Carnegie, Scottish/US industrialist/philanthropist
1834 Jean-Baptist Colyns, composer
1828 Franjo Racki, Croatian historian/politician
1825 Edward Augustus Wild, Brigadier General Union volunteers
1823 Joseph Alexander Cooper, Major General Union volunteers
1817 John Bigelow, American Lawyer
1814 Julius Robert Mayer, German Scientist
1812 Henry Mayhew, English Journalist
1787 Franz Xavier Gruber, Austria, organist/composer, Silent Night
1778 Joseph Lancaster, English Educator
1753 Otto Carl Erdmann Kospoth, composer
1752 Johann Friedrich Reichardt, composer
1741 Johann Christian Frischmuth, composer
1737 Christian Friedrich Penzel, composer
1734 Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Wenkel, composer
1721 Willem Crul, Admiral, West-Indies
1712 Charles-Michel abbe de l'Epee, French educator, school for the deaf
1697 Gerhard Tersteegen, German evangelist/poet, wrote in blood
1562 Lope Felix de Vega, born in Madrid, Spain, dramatist/poet, Angelica, Arcadia
1507 Joost de Damhoudere, Flemish lawyer, Praxis rerum criminalium