25/05 Birthday - Zodiac Information
May 25 Zodiac
People born on May 25 have a sociable demeanor and lots of friends.
Horoscope and personality for those born on May 25
Benevolent and understanding: they are characterized by common sense and the precision of their observations. Hospitable and friendly with their guests.
They attract others to themselves, they do not lack friends and followers in their lives. They have a great imagination, but they can also be whimsical or imaginary with all their abilities. They can show talent in a particular area. His intellect is very active and sharp. Their unusual analytical and practical skills make them excellent detectives, investigators, judges or lawyers.
Their demeanor is friendly and noble: they enjoy social work. In time, they may reach a place where they will enjoy general respect. They have their own success based on their social environment. It often happens that they have important tasks, positions, or jobs. They are prone to marriage, especially women. These people are loyal and faithful to their friends, although their temperament is changeable.
They adapt intelligently to the conditions of their existence, they get up quickly and continue. They seek the truth with perseverance. His mind is unusually lively, always active. When asked about something, they can always give several answers.
Zodiac sign for those born on May 25
If your birthday is May 25, your zodiac sign is Gemini
May 25 - personality and character
character: cautious, realistic, cheerful, excitable, proud, messy;
profession: ophthalmologist, bookbinderjoiner, baker;
colors: pink, green, olive;
lucky numbers: 6,9,11,15,31,39
super lucky number: 3
Holidays and observances - May 25
- Lebanon: Liberation Day (2000).
- Spain: Fair and Festivities in honor of Our Lady of Health in Córdoba, Andalusia, Spain.
- Yugoslavia: Youth Day.
- Colombia: Day of the victims of sexual violence.
- Argentina: May Revolution (first national government).
- Bolivia: Civic anniversary of the Department of Chuquisaca, in commemoration of the First Libertarian Cry of Latin America, given in the Revolution of Chuquisaca in 1809.
- Mexico: Public Accountant Day, remembering the delivery of the first title of “commercial accountant” to Fernando Díez Barroso in 1907.
- Latvia: Urbanas Diena festival.
- European Day of Natural Parks.
- Day of the Lilas, in homage to Terry Pratchett, author of Ronda de noche, a novel in the Discworld saga.
- Venezuela: Day of the national anthem.
- Week of Solidarity with the Peoples of Non-Self-Governing Territories
- Honduras: Day of the Honduran Journalist, since 1830.
- International Africa Day, commemorating the founding in 1963 of the Organization for African Unity, the forerunner of the African Union.
- Towel Day, in tribute to Douglas Adams, author of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.
- African Liberation Day: in Chad, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
- United States: National Wine Day.
- Spain: Geek Pride Day.
May 25 Celebrity Birthday. Who was born the same day as you?
1903: Binnie Barnes, British actress and singer (d. 1998).
1905: Antônio Caringi, Brazilian sculptor (d. 1981).
1907: U Nu, Burmese politician and prime minister (d. 1995).
1908: Theodore Roethke, American poet (d. 1963).
1910: Concha Linares-Becerra, Spanish novelist (d. 2009).
1912: Isidro Lángara, Spanish soccer player (d. 1992).
1913: Heinrich Bär, German colonel and pilot (d. 1957).
1917: Steve Cochran, American actor (d. 1965).
1918: Ángel de Andrés, Spanish comic actor (f. 2006).
1918: Henry Calvin, American actor and baritone, Sergeant García in the television series El Zorro (d. 1975).
1918: Horacio Casarín, Mexican soccer player (d. 2005).
1918: Manolín, Mexican comedian (d. 1977).
1920: Urbano Navarrete, Spanish cardinal (d. 2010).
1921: Hal David, American singer-songwriter (d. 2012).
1921: Jack Steinberger, German-American physicist, Nobel laureate in physics in 1988.
1922: Enrico Berlinguer, Italian Communist leader (d. 1984).
1925: Rosario Castellanos, Mexican poet and writer (d. 1974).
1925: Aldo Clementi, Italian composer (d. 2011).
1925: Jeanne Crain, American actress (f. 2003).
1925: Berto Fontana, Uruguayan actor and theater director (d. 2017).
1925: José María Gatica, Argentine boxer (d. 1963).
1925: Claude Pinoteau, French filmmaker and screenwriter (d. 2012).
1925: Alekséi Túpolev, Soviet aeronautical designer (d. 2001).
1926: Claude Akins, American actor (d. 1994).
1926: Phyllis Gotlieb, Canadian writer and poet (d. 2009).
1926: Bill Sharman, American basketball player (d. 2013).
1927: Héctor Juan Nervi, Argentine footballer (d. 2011).
1927: Robert Ludlum, American novelist and military man (d. 2001).
1927: Norman Petty, American singer, songwriter, pianist, and producer (d. 1984).
1929: Beverly Sills, American soprano and actress (d. 2007).
1930: Mario Sapag, Argentine humorist (d. 2012).
1931: Irwin Winkler, American filmmaker and producer.
1932: John Gregory Dunne, American novelist, screenwriter and critic (d. 2003).
1932: KC Jones, American basketball player and coach.
1938: Rodolfo Bebán, Argentine actor.
1938: Franco Bonisolli, Italian tenor (f. 2003).
1938: Raymond Carver, American short story writer and poet (d. 1988).
1939: Ferdinand Bracke, Belgian cyclist.
1939: Dixie Carter, American actress and singer (d. 2010).
1939: Ian McKellen, British actor.
1940: Nobuyoshi Araki, Japanese photographer.
1941: Ricardo Morán, Argentine actor (d. 2015).
1941: Vladimir Voronin, Moldovan economist and politician, 3rd president of his country.
1942: Marcos Mundstock, Argentine musician, from the Les Luthiers group.
1943: Jessi Colter, American singer, songwriter and pianist.
1943: John Palmer, British keyboardist.
1943: Leslie Uggams, American actress and singer.
1944: Frank Oz, Anglo-American actor, director and puppeteer.
1947: Lluís Pujol, Spanish footballer.
1948: Klaus Meine, German rock singer and songwriter, of the band Scorpions.
1949: Víctor Palomo, Spanish motorcycle racer (d. 1985).
1949: Jamaica Kincaid, Antigua novelist, short story writer, essayist and poet.
1949: Barry Windsor-Smith, British painter and illustrator.
1950: Robby Steinhardt, American violinist and rock singer.
1951: Bob Gale, American director, producer and screenwriter.
1952: Jeffrey Bewkes, American businessman.
1952: Susana Pérez, Cuban actress.
1952: Petar Stoyanov, Bulgarian politician and president.
1952: Mónica Vehil, Argentine actress, sister of Miguel Ángel Solá.
1953: Eve Ensler, American playwright.
1953: Daniel Passarella, Argentine soccer player.
1953: Stan Sakai, American-Japanese cartoonist, creator of Usagi Yojimbo.
1953: Gaetano Scirea, Italian footballer (d. 1989).
1955: Gustavo Garzón, Argentine actor.
1956: Peteco Carabajal, Argentine musician.
1956: Carlos Lavado, Venezuelan motorcycling pilot.
1957: Alastair Campbell, British journalist and writer.
1957: Edward Lee, American writer.
1957: Robert Picard, Canadian ice hockey player.
1958: Adolfo Fernández, Spanish actor.
1958: Paul Weller, singer, musician and British rock composer, of the band The Jam.
1959: Daniel Francisco Cabeza de Vaca, Mexican politician.
1960: Amy Klobuchar, lawyer and American politician.
1963: Mike Myers, Canadian actor, singer, producer and screenwriter.
1964: Ivan Bella, Slovak colonel, pilot and astronaut.
1964: Ray Stevenson, British actor
1965: Amparo Llanos, Spanish music, from the band Dover.
1965: Harris Whitbeck, Guatemalan communicator.
1965: Simon Fowler, British musician.
1965: Yahya Jammeh, Gambian colonel, politician and president.
1967: Poppy Z. Brite, American writer.
1968: Kendall Gill, American basketball player, boxer and sportscaster.
1969: Glen Drover, Canadian guitarist, of the band Megadeth.
1969: Joxemi (José Miguel Redin), Spanish guitarist, of the bands Ska-P and No-Relax.
1969: Anne Heche, American actress.
1969: Stacy London, American journalist and writer.
1969: Josu Uribe, Spanish soccer coach.
1970: Jamie Kennedy, American actor, producer, and screenwriter.
1971: Stefano Baldini, Italian runner.
1971: Justin Henry, American actor.
1972: Karan Johar, Indian actor, director, producer and screenwriter.
1972: Octavia Spencer, American actress and writer.
1973: Daz Dillinger, American rapper and producer.
1973: Molly Sims, American model and actress.
1974: Dougie Freedman, British footballer and coach.
1974: Frank Klepacki, American drummer and composer.
1974: Germán Paoloski, Argentine journalist and television presenter.
1974: Miguel Tejada, Dominican baseball player.
1975: Chris Durán, French singer.
1975: Victoria Foust, Russian pianist
1975: Keiko Fujimori, Peruvian politician, daughter of former President Fujimori.
1975: Lauryn Hill, American singer.
1975: Blaise Nkufo, Congolese-Swiss footballer.
1976: Stefan Holm, Swedish jumper.
1976: Killian Murphy, Irish actor.
1976: Sandra Nasic, German singer, of the band Guano Apes.
1976: Erki Pütsep, Estonian cyclist.
1976: Ethan Suplee, American actor.
1976: Miguel Zepeda, Mexican soccer player.
1977: Alberto Del Rio, mixed martial artist and Mexican fighter.
1977: Alberto Rodríguez, Mexican wrestler
1978: Adam Gontier, Canadian singer and guitarist
1978: Brian Urlacher, American soccer player.
1979: Carlos Bocanegra, American soccer player.
1979: Monica Keena, American actress.
1979: Nacho Novo, Spanish footballer.
1979: Hideaki Sorachi, Japanese mangaka.
1979: Jonny Wilkinson, British rugby player.
1979, Martin Jiránek, Czech footballer.
1980: David Navarro, Spanish footballer.
1981: Michalis Pelekanos, Greek basketball player.
1982: Daniel Braaten, Norwegian footballer.
1982: Roger Guerreiro, Polish footballer.
1982: Ezekiel Kemboi, Kenyan runner.
1984: Marion Raven, Norwegian singer-songwriter, of the band M2M.
1985: Luciana Abreu, Portuguese singer and actress.
1985: Joe Anoa’i, professional wrestler.
1985: Demba Ba, Senegalese footballer.
1985: Roman Reigns, American football player and American wrestler.
1985: Alexis Texas, American porn actress.
1986: Yoan Gouffrán, French footballer.
1986: Neon Hitch, British singer and songwriter.
1986: Geraint Thomas, British cyclist.
1987: Timothy Derijck, Belgian footballer.
1988: Cameron van der Burgh, South African swimmer.
1990: Bo Dallas, American wrestler.
1991: Guy Lawrence, British musician, of the band Disclosure.
1994: Aly Raisman, American gymnast.
1994: Nanase Nishino, actress, singer, idol and Japanese model.
1995: José Luis Gaya, Spanish footballer.