Here are 13 famous musicians from England were born in 1925:
June Whitfield (November 11, 1925 Streatham-) otherwise known as June Rosemary Whitfield, June Whitfield CBE, June Whitfield O.B.E. or June Whitfield OBE is an English actor, comedian and voice actor. She has one child, Suzy Aitchison.
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Charlie Drake (June 19, 1925 Elephant and Castle-December 23, 2006 Brinsworth House) also known as Drake, Charlie, Charles Edward Springall or Charles Drake was an English comedian, actor, screenwriter and singer.
Discography: Best of Charlie Drake: Hello My Darlings! and Love Potion # 9 / My Boomerang Won't Come Back.
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Ron Goodwin (February 17, 1925 Plymouth-January 8, 2003 Newbury) otherwise known as Ronald Alfred Goodwin, Ron Goddwyn or Ron Alfred Goodwin was an English composer, conductor and film score composer. He had one child, Christopher Goodwin.
His albums include Best Of, Where Eagles Dare / Operation Crossbow, Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines, or How I Flew From London to Paris in 25 Hours 11 Minutes, Those Daring Young Men in Their Jaunty Jalopies, Golden Sounds of Ron Goodwin, , Force 10 From Navarone, The Shoes of the Fisherman / M-G-M 1968 Widescreen Spectaculars, Escape from the Dark and 633 Squadron / Submarine X-1. Genres: Film score, Pop music, Classical music and Orchestra.
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George Cole (April 22, 1925 South London-) also known as George Edward Cole or George Cole OBE is an English actor. He has two children, Tara Cole and Toby Cole.
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Herbert Kretzmer (October 5, 1925 Kroonstad-) also known as Kretzmer, Herbert is an English journalist, lyricist and screenwriter.
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Tristram Cary (May 14, 1925 Oxford-April 24, 2008 Adelaide) a.k.a. Tristam Cary, Cary, Tristam, Cary, Tristram, Tristram Ogilvie Cary, OAM, Tristram Ogilvie Cary, Tristram Carry or Carry, Tristram was an English composer and film score composer.
His albums: Blood From the Mummy's Tomb, Doctor Who: Devils' Planets, It's Time for Tristram Cary (Works for Film, Television, Exhibition & Sculpture) and The Quatermass Film Music Collection.
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Alec McCowen (May 26, 1925 Royal Tunbridge Wells-) a.k.a. Alec McOwen, Alexander Duncan McCowen, Alec McCowan, Alexander D. McCowen, Alex McCowen, Alec Mccowen, Alec Mc Cowen, Alec, Alexander Duncan "Alec" McCowen, Alexander Duncan "Alec" McCowen CBE or McCowen Alec is an English actor, author and theatre director.
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Anthony Milner (May 13, 1925 United Kingdom-September 22, 2002) was an English , .
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Russ Conway (September 2, 1925 Bristol-November 16, 2000 Eastbourne) also known as Trevor Stanford, Conway, Russ, Trevor Herbert Stanford or Trevor H. Stanford was an English musician, pianist and composer.
Related albums: Roulette, Snow Coach, The Best Of, Piano Pops No.10, Piano Pops No.8, China Tea, Russ Conway Plays, His Greatest Hits and Time To Play. Genres related to him: Piano.
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Tony Crombie (August 27, 1925 Bishopsgate-October 18, 1999 Hampstead) a.k.a. Anthony John Crombie, The Baron or Anthony John "Tony" Crombie was an English drummer, pianist, bandleader, composer and film score composer.
Genres: Hard bop and Bebop.
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Don Lang (January 19, 1925 Halifax-August 3, 1992 Surrey) also known as Lang, Don was an English singer.
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David Whitfield (February 2, 1925 Kingston upon Hull-January 16, 1980 Sydney) also known as Whitfield, David was an English singer.
His albums include David Whitfield's Greatest Hits, I'll Never Stop Loving You / Ev'rywhere and The Very Best of.
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Harry Somers (September 11, 1925 Toronto-March 9, 1999 Toronto) a.k.a. Somers, Harry, Harry Stewart Somers or Harry Stewart Somers, CC was an English composer.
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