Celebrity birthdays on Aug 25

 
 
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Game-show host Monty Hall is 92. Actor Sean Connery is 83. Talk-show host Regis Philbin is 82. Actor Tom Skerritt is 80. Actor David Canary is 75. Actor Anthony Heald (“Boston Public”) is 69. Actor John Savage is 64. Bassist Gene Simmons of Kiss is 64. Musician Elvis Costello is 59. Director Tim Burton is 55. Singer-actor Billy Ray Cyrus is 52. Actress Joanne Whalley is 52. Actor Blair Underwood is 49. TV chef Rachael Ray is 45. Model Claudia Schiffer is 43. Actor Kel Mitchell (“Kenan and Kel”) is 35. Actress Rachel Bilson is 32. Actress Blake Lively is 26.

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