TODAY IN HISTORY - April 25th:

1990 - 25th Academy of Country Music Awards: Clint Black wins Top Male Vocalist, top NEW Male Vocalist, Album of Year for "Killin' Time" & Single of Year for "Better Man"

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1940 - Al Pacino, actor (And Justice For All, Godfather, Scorpio), born in NYC, New York
1964 - Hank Azaria, New York City, American actor (The Birdcage) and voice behind many characters in The Simpsons (Moe, Apu, Chief Wiggum, Comic Book Guy, Carl Carlson)
1969 - Renée Zellweger, American actress


1995 - Ginger Rogers, actress/dancer (Top Hat, Stage Door), dies at 83
2009 - Bea Arthur, American comedian, singer and actress ("All in the Family", "The Golden Girls"), dies at 86
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