Celebrity Birthdays for Dec. 25

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Celebrity Birthdays for Dec. 25


Celebrity birthdays for Dec. 25

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Celebrity Birthdays for Dec. 25:

Actor Dick Miller is 85.

Author Anne Roiphe is 78.

Jazz keyboardist Bob James is 74.

Actress Hanna Schygulla is 70.

Singer John Edwards of The Spinners is 69.

Actor Gary Sandy ("WKRP In Cincinnati") is 68.

Singer Jimmy Buffett is 67.

Pro Football Hall-of-Famer Larry Csonka is 67.

Country singer Barbara Mandrell is 65.

Singer Merry Clayton is 65.

Actress Sissy Spacek is 64.

Actress CCH Pounder is 61.

Singer Annie Lennox is 59.

Singer Steve Wariner is 59.

Guitarist Robin Campbell of UB40 is 59.

Singer Shane McGowan (The Popes, the Pogues) is 56.

Baseball Hall-of-Famer Rickey Henderson is 55.

Canadian singer-songwriter Alannah Myles is 55.

Canadian pianist Jon Kimura Parker is 54.

Actress Klea Scott is 45.

Guitarist Noel Hogan of The Cranberries is 42.

Singer Dido is 42.

Federal Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau is 42.

Actress Klea Scott is 45.

Singer Mac Powell of Third Day is 41.

R&B singer Ryan Shaw is 33.

Country singer Alecia Elliott is 31.

Singer Jess and Lisa Origliasso of The Veronicas are 29.

Also born on this date:

In 1642, British mathematician Sir Isaac Newton. He diedMarch 20, 1726.

In 1821, Clara Barton, founder of the Red Cross. She died April 12, 1912.

In 1886, pioneer New Orleans jazz musician Edward (Kid) Ory. He died Jan. 23, 1973.

In 1887, hotelier Conrad Hilton. …

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