18/04 Birthday - Zodiac Information

April 18 Zodiac


People born on April 18 love freedom and sports and are principled opponents.

Horoscope and personality for those born on April 18

They are passionate defenders of freedom and immediately oppose any limitation, fighting for freedom with weapons or speech and pen.

But they can also sacrifice themselves for the good of others or for their ideals, which they implement with talent. They are also people with great practical ability; however, they show destructive and aggressive tendencies. They always want to lead others and advance. They quickly reject and overcome the limiting influence of their upbringing or the environment in which they grew up.

They can work with perseverance and great effort, which sooner or later will make them go further, fighting fiercely against the adversity of life. Your life will be full of work, oppositions, and adversaries against whom you will passionately fight. His nature is quite simple, tireless, with great impulsiveness. Despite all the obstacles, they will get out of life what they think they deserve. They are very fond of sports and outdoor activities.

They are also great colleagues and care about the good of the organization they belong to. The best profession for these people is one related to politics, literature, or iron. They can be excellent surgeons. Your companies will eventually be crowned with success, and your children may even gain fame. His flaw is his constant desire to oppose everyone and everything. Because they are people with quite combative behavior, and when they are not developed and are uncontrollable, they are bothered by outbursts of anger.

Zodiac sign for those born on April 18

If your birthday is April 18, your zodiac sign is  Aries.

April 18 - personality and character

character:  lively, apt, searching, nervous, spiteful, talkative;

profession:  secretary, beautician, motor driver;

colors:  olive, blue, crimson;

stone:  lapis lazuli;

animal:  panther;

plant:  dill;

lucky numbers:  12,15,20,21,22,59

super lucky number:  16

Holidays and Observances - April 18

  • International Day of Monuments and Sites.
  • World Amateur Radio Day.
  • Zimbabwe: Independence Day.

April 18 Celebrity Birthday. Who was born the same day as you?

1902: Wynn Bullock, American photographer (d. 1975).

1902: Menachem Mendel Schneerson, Ukrainian rabbi (d. 1994).

1902: Giuseppe Pella, Italian politician (d. 1981).

1904: Dorothy Revier, American actress (f. 1993).

1905: Margaret of Greece and Denmark, Greek princess (d. 1981).

1905: George H. Hitchings, American scientist, 1988 Nobel laureate in physiology or medicine (d. 1998).

1905: Hermann Krumey, a German SS soldier (d. 1981).

1906: Ena Gregory, Australian actress (f. 1993).

1907: Lars Ahlfors, Finnish mathematician (d. 1996).

1907: Miklós Rózsa, Hungarian-American composer (d. 1995).

1907: Raúl Roa, Cuban politician, diplomat, and foreign minister (d. 1982).

1910: Rudolf Lange, German military man (d. 1945).

1911: Maurice Goldhaber, American physicist (d. 2011).

1911: Julián Grimau, Spanish politician (d. 1963).

1911: Niel Steenbergen, Dutch artist (d. 1997).

1912: José Manuel Urquiola, Spanish footballer.

1914: María Brunilda López Valle, Mexican educator (d. 2011).

1914: Joan Garces Queralt, Spanish musician (d. 2014).

1915: Joy Gresham, American writer (d. 1960).

1915: Edmond Leburton, Belgian politician (d. 1997).

1915: Alberto Moreno, Uruguayan singer (f. 1990).

1916: Doug Peden, Canadian basketball player (d. 2005).

1916 - August Lambert, German aviator (d. 1945).

1916: José Joaquín Trejos Fernández, Costa Rican politician (d. 2010).

1916: Joaquín Valle Benítez, Spanish footballer.

1917: Federica de Hannover, German Queen of Greece (d. 1981).

1918: Gabriel Axel, French-Danish filmmaker, and actor (d. 2014).

1918: André Bazin, French film critic (d. 1958).

1918: Melitón Reyes Andrade, Mexican politician and trade unionist (f. 2008).

1919: José María de Azcárate Ristori, Spanish art historian (d. 2001).

1919: Rolando Chaves, Argentine actor (f. 1995).

1919: Vondell Darr, American actress (d. 2012).

1920: Mariano Constante, Spanish writer (d. 2010).

1920: Eduardo Michaelsen, Cuban artist (d. 2010).

1921: Don Otten, American basketball player (d. 1985).

1921: Miguel Roca Cabanellas, Spanish bishop.

1921: Enrique Rosado, Mexican radio host (d. 2011).

1922: Nigel Kneale, British writer (d. 2006).

1923: Jorge Cáceres, Chilean poet and dancer (d. 1949).

1924: Clarence Gatemouth Brown, American musician (d. 2005).

1924: Germán Samper Gnecco, Colombian architect.

1925: Bill Cody Jr., American actor (d. 1989).

1925: José María Requena, Spanish writer (f. 1998).

1926: Francisco Soto Nieto, Spanish magistrate.

1927: Samuel P. Huntington, American political scientist (d. 2008).

1927: Ramón Mendoza, businessman and President of Real Madrid (d. 2001).

1927: Harold Trevor Clifford, Australian biologist and explorer.

1927: Tadeusz Mazowiecki, Polish politician (d. 2013).

1928: Howard Becker, American sociologist.

1928: Otto Piene, German painter and sculptor (d. 2014).

1928: Karl Josef Becker, German cardinal (d. 2015).

1928: Mikio Satō, Japanese mathematician.

1928: David Whitaker, British screenwriter (d. 1980).

1929: Héctor Lechuga, Mexican humorist.

1930: Clive Revill, New Zealand actor.

1930: Roberto Sosa, Honduran poet (d. 2011).

1932: Nicolas Broca, Belgian cartoonist (f. 1993).

1932: Sara Facio, Argentine photographer.

1932: Francesco Zagatti, Italian footballer (d. 2009).

1933: Carlos Rojas González, Colombian painter (f. 1997).

1934: James Drury, American actor.

1934: George Shirley, American tenor.

1935: Paul A. Rothchild, American producer (d. 1995).

1936: Ramón Godínez Flores, Spanish bishop (d. 2007).

1936: Don Ohl, American basketball player.

1937: Jan Kaplický, Czech architect (d. 2009).

1938: Roberto Anzolin, Italian footballer.

1938: Lucio Dell’Angelo, Italian footballer and coach (d. 2013).

1938: Hal Galper, American pianist.

1939: Ángel Rubio Castro, Spanish bishop.

1940: Luis Brandoni, Argentine actor and politician.

1940: Alain Desrosières, French sociologist (d. 2013).

1940: Joseph Leonard Goldstein, Nobel Prize winner for physiology or medicine in 1985.

1940: Jaak Lipso, Latvian basketball player.

1941: Michael D. Higgins, Irish politician and President.

1942: Robert Christgau, American journalist.

1942: Rodolfo Rhiner, Argentine politician.

1942: Jochen Rindt, Austrian Formula 1 driver (d. 1970).

1943: Jaime Bauzá, Chilean businessman.

1943: Cecilia López Montaño, Colombian economist and politician.

1944: Francis Bell, British actor (d. 1994).

1944: Frances D’Souza, a British scientist.

1944: Robert Hanssen, FBI agent and American spy.

1944: Claudio Vinazzani, Italian footballer.

1945: Nelson Bocaranda, Venezuelan journalist.

1945: Karen Wynn Fonstad, British illustrator (d. 2005).

1945: Guillermo Páez, Chilean soccer player.

1945: Mohamed Sibari, Moroccan poet.

1946: Janet Kagan, American writer (d. 2008).

1946: Hayley Mills, British actress, and singer.

1946: Irene Fernandez, Malaysian activist (d. 2014).

1946: Fernando Mendes Rosas, Portuguese politician, journalist, and historian.

1947: Moses Blah, Liberian politician, 23rd President (d. 2013).

1947: Lori Martin, American actress (d. 2010).

1947: Herbert Mullin, American serial killer.

1947: Greg Quill, Canadian musician, and journalist (d. 2013).

1947: Manuel Sánchez Monge, Spanish bishop.

1947: Jerzy Stuhr, Polish actor, and filmmaker.

1947: James Woods, American actor.

1947: Loïc Le Ribault, French geologist and essayist (d. 2007).

1947: Jerzy Stuhr, Polish filmmaker.

1949: Geoff Bodine, American racing driver.

1949: Antônio Fagundes, Brazilian actor.

1949: Charles Fefferman, American mathematician.

1949: Francisco López Pérez, Spanish historian and writer.

1949: Celia Villalobos, Spanish politician.

1950: Adolfo Arata, Chilean businessman.

1950: Kenny Ortega, American director, and choreographer.

1951: Darío Díaz Pérez, Argentine politician.

1951: Patxi Iriguíbel, Spanish soccer player.

1951: Jose Yañez Valenzuela, Chilean researcher.

1952: Jorge Boccanera, Argentine poet and journalist.

1952: Reyes Tamez, Mexican researcher, and politician.

1953: Bernt Johansson, Swedish cyclist.

1953: Rick Moranis, American actor, and singer.

1953: Paul Biyoghé Mba, Gabonese politician.

1954: Francisco Javier Ceballos Sierra, Spanish computer author.

1954: Lito Epumer, Argentine rock guitarist and composer.

1954: Torsten Persson, Swedish economist.

1956: Rien Djamain, Indonesian singer.

1956: John James, American actor.

1956: Eric Roberts, American actor.

1956: Carmen de Rivera, Spanish politician.

1956: Melody Thomas Scott, American actress.

1957: Sergio del Campo Fayet, Chilean politician.

1958: Pedro Febles, Venezuelan soccer player (d. 2011).

1959: Susan Faludi, American journalist, and writer.

1959: Arlette Pacheco, Mexican actress.

1960: Juan Luis Castro, Chilean doctor, and politician.

1960: Rolando Jiménez, Chilean activist.

1961: Dirk Heidemann, German dancer.

1961: Jane Leeves, British actress.

1961: Steve Lombardi, American wrestler.

1962: Jan Björklund, Swedish politician.

1962: Jeff Dunham, ventriloquist and American comedian.

1962: Carme Pigem, Spanish architect.

1963: Júlia Lemmertz, Brazilian actress.

1963: Mike Mangini, American drummer of the bands Dream Theater, Annihilator, and Extreme.

1963: Eric McCormack, Canadian actor.

1963: Rubén Moreira Valdez, Mexican politician.

1963: Conan O’Brien, American television presenter.

1964: Niall Ferguson, British historian.

1964: Rafael Martínez Sansegundo, Spanish basketball player.

1964: Rithy Panh, Cambodian filmmaker.

1966: Lidia Borda, Argentine tango singer.

1966: Camille Coduri, British actress.

1966: Trine Hattestad, Norwegian athlete.

1966: Aarón Rodríguez Contreras, Mexican botanist.

1967: Maria Bello, American actress.

1967: Paul Jones, British footballer.

1968: Mary Birdsong, American actress and singer.

1968: Javier González, Spanish basketball player.

1968: Pedro González Martínez, Spanish footballer.

1968: David Hewlett, British actor.

1968: Roberto Medina, Mexican soccer player.

1968: Jorge Rodríguez Esquivel, Mexican soccer player.

1969: Sayako Kuroda, daughter of Emperor Akihito.

1969: Juan Antonio Morales, Spanish basketball player.

1969: Emma Rabbe, presenter and Venezuelan model.

1969: Stefan Schwarz, Swedish footballer.

1970: Saad Hariri, Lebanese politician, 66th Prime Minister.

1970: Paco Jémez, Spanish footballer and coach.

1970: Ramón Jufresa, Spanish field hockey player.

1970: Carlos López de Silanes, Mexican soccer player.

1970: Jorge Zabaleta, Chilean actor.

1971: Fredro Starr, American rapper, of the band Onyx.

1971: David Tennant, British actor.

1972: Lars Christiansen, Danish handball player.

1972: Eli Roth, American filmmaker and writer.

1973: Maite Embil, Mexican actress.

1973: Haile Gebrselassie, Ethiopian athlete.

1974: Millie Corretjer Puerto Rican singer.

1974: Madeleine Peyroux, American singer and guitarist.

1974: Armando Rodríguez Cervantes, Mexican politician.

1974: Rebeca Rus, Spanish writer.

1974: Mark Tremonti, American musician and guitarist of the bands Creed and Alter Bridge.

1974: Edgar Wright, a British filmmaker.

1975: Adriano Basso, Brazilian soccer player.

1975: Álvaro Bisama, Chilean writer and literary critic.

1975: Frédéric Née, French footballer.

1975: Christian Sancho, Argentine actor.

1976: Yulenny Cortés León, Mexican politician.

1976: Diego Crosa, Argentine footballer.

1976: Melissa Joan Hart, American actress.

1976: Rodrigo de la Serna, Argentine actor and musician.

1976: Yu Ji-tae, South Korean director and actor.

1977: Hassan El Fakiri, Moroccan footballer.

1977: Anna Fegi, Filipino singer.

1977: Adrian Sina, Romanian singer.

1978: Carlos García Quesada, Spanish cyclist.

1978: Luciano Pagliarini, Brazilian cyclist.

1978: Buffy Tyler, American model.

1979: Michael Bradley, American footballer.

1979: Ethan Cohn, American actor.

1979: Omar Correa Acevedo, Puerto Rican karate fighter.

1979: Anthony Davidson, British motor racing driver.

1979: Nuria Fergó, Spanish singer.

1979: Kourtney Kardashian, model, American actress.

1979: Germán Rivarola, Argentine soccer player.

1979: Álvaro Rubio, Spanish footballer.

1979: Matthew Upson, British footballer.

1979: Karl Wolf, Lebanese-Canadian musician of the Sky band.

1980: Rabiu Afolabi, Nigerian soccer player.

1980: Javier Bizarro, Spanish poet and screenwriter.

1980: Matías Donnet, Argentine soccer player.

1981: Mai Hoshimura, Japanese singer.

1981: Maxim Iglinskiy, Kazakh cyclist.

1981: Milan Jovanović, Serbian footballer.

1981: Nicolás Maiques, Argentine actor.

1981: Aldo Leão Ramírez, Colombian footballer.

1981: Sol Gabetta, Argentine cellist.

1982: Santiago Morero, Argentine soccer player.

1982: David Toledo, Mexican soccer player.

1983: Sofian Chahed, German footballer.

1983: François Clerc, French footballer.

1983: Carina Cruz, Colombian actress.

1983: Roberto Gutiérrez, Chilean soccer player.

1983: Lucas Sebastián Haedo, Argentine cyclist.

1983: Szabolcs Huszti, Hungarian footballer.

1983: Juan Carlos Núñez, Mexican soccer player.

1983: Álvaro Ricaldi, Bolivian soccer player.

1983: José Miguel Torres Cabrera, Venezuelan baseball player.

1983: Tomás Verdejo, Chilean actor.

1984: America Ferrera, American actress.

1984: Ikechukwu Kalu, Nigerian footballer.

1985: Lukasz Fabiański, Polish footballer.

1985: Mary Elise Hayden, American actress.

1985: Rachel Smith, American model.

1985: Elena Temnikova, Russian singer, of the band Serebro.

1986: Maurice Edu, American soccer player.

1986: Jakov Gojun, Croatian handball player.

1986: Eleanor James, British actress and dancer.

1986: Denice K., Danish porn actress.

1986: Haruki Nakamura, American football player.

1986: William Osael Romero, Salvadoran soccer player.

1986: Efraín Velarde, Mexican soccer player.

1987: Danny Guthrie, British footballer.

1987: Sandra Lyng Haugen, Norwegian singer.

1987: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, British model, and actress.

1988: Anagabriela Espinoza, Mexican model.

1988: Pierrick Valdivia, French footballer.

1988: Felipe Villanueva, Argentine actor.

1989: Bojan Bogdanović, Croatian basketball player.

1989: Jessica Jung, American singer of Korean origin.

1989: Patricio Rubio, Chilean soccer player.

1990: Britt Robertson, American actress.

1990: Wojciech Szczęsny, Polish footballer.

1990: Henderson Álvarez, Venezuelan baseball player.

1991: Ramiro Martínez, Argentine soccer player.

1992: Dzsenifer Marozsán, German footballer.

1993: Javier Baldassari, Chilean actor.

1993: Nathan Sykes, British singer, of the band The Wanted.

1994: Moisés Arias, American actor.

1994: Lucas Romero, Argentine footballer.

1995: Alastair Gordon, British footballer.

2000: Charlie-Rose Maclennan, Australian actress, and singer.