Famous Birthdays Today- Alicia Keys Is 39

January 25th


  • Natalie Hall is 30 (“All My Children,” “Seven Year Hitch,” “True Blood”)
  • Mia Kirshner is 45 (“The Black Dahlia,” “24,” “The L Word”)
  • Jenifer Lewis is 63 (“Cars” “Meet the Browns,” “What’s Love Got To Do With It,” “The Preacher's Wife,” “Think Like a Man” series)
  • Dinah Manoff is 64 (“Grease,” “Empty Nest,” “State of Grace”)
  • Robert Ochoa is 21 (“A Christmas Carol,” “Seven Pounds,” “Mars Needs Moms,” “City Boy”)
  • Ana Ortiz is 49 (“Ugly Betty,” “Boston Legal,” “Devious Maids”)
  • Michael Trevino is 35 (“The Vampire Diaries,” “The Originals”)
  • Leigh Taylor-Young is 75 (“Picket Fences,” “Sunset Beach,” “Passions,” “Slackers,” “The Wayshower”)
  • The late Diana Hyland(1936-1977)…she would have been 84(“Naked City,” “The Eleventh Hour,” “The Fugitive,” “The Chase”)
  • The late Dean Jones(1931 – 2015)…he would have been 89(“That Darn Cat!,” “The Love Bug,” “The Million Dollar Duck,” “Beethoven”) 


  • The Tube’s Michael Cotten is 70
  • Fine Young Cannibals’ Andy Cox is 64
  • Sleeping with Sirens’ Jack Fowler is 28
  • Split Enz’ Malcolm Green is 67
  • 5 Seconds of Summer’s Calum Hood is 24
  • Alicia Keys is 39 (given name Alicia Augello Cook)
  • Jars of Clay guitarist Matt Odmark is 46
  • Pooh-Man is 51 or 49(Wiki says 51, FamousBirthdays.com says 49)(birth name Lawrence Lee Thomas)
  • Mighty Mighty Bosstones drummer Joe Sirois is 48
  • Roxy Music’s Gary Tibbs is 62
  • The late Etta James(1938-2012)…she would have been 82(“Rolling Stone” ranked her #22 on its list of the 100 Greatest Singers of All Time and #62 on its list of the 100 Greatest Artists) 


  • Princess Charlene of Monaco is 42 (She’s been married to Albert II, Prince of Monaco since 2011)
  • TV personality and former MTV VJ China Kantner is 49 (The daughter of Jefferson Starship’s Grace Slick and Paul Kantner)
  • The late poet Robert Burns(1759-1796)(A Scottish poet and lyricist, he is widely regarded as the national poet of Scotland and is celebrated worldwide.)
  • The late Baseball Hall of Fame sportscaster Ernie Harwell(1918-2010)(He called games for radio and television for 55 seasons, 42 of them with the Detroit Tigers)
  • The late TV newsman Edwin Newman(1919-2010)(In 1963, he made the first announcement on NBC Radio of President John F. Kennedy's death. He anchored the television coverage of the 1967 Six-Day Arab-Israeli War, the 1968 assassinations of Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy and the 1973 Vietnam ceasefire. In 1981, immediately after the assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan, he was chosen to anchor NBC's television coverage until full news teams were mustered.)
  • The late author Virginia Woolf(1882-1941)(“Mrs Dalloway,” “To the Lighthouse,” “Orlando,” “A Room of One's Own”) (Highly respected for her work, Woolf suffered from severe bouts of mental illness throughout her life and committed suicide by drowning in 1941 at the age of 59.)

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