23/04 Birthday - Zodiac Information
April 23 Zodiac
People born on April 23 are practical and can make a fortune.
Horoscope and personality for those born on April 23
Although their mind shows certain philosophical tendencies, people born on this day are rather materialistic, with purely practical tendencies and passions.
They are benevolent in behavior and attached to money. With age, his longing for peace and the use of the fruit of his work intensify. They become more and more ruthless. Despite all his passions for the material, the emotional part of his soul is strongly developed. They are sensitive and emotional, with generally strong and stable likes and dislikes.
As they develop mentally and morally, they will strive to take control of their lower impulses, which are very strong and clear, to purify their feelings. At this point, they express great intuition and artistic ability. Still, people born on this day, when mentally undeveloped and relatively uneducated, become victims of their own instincts and urges.
Then they surrender to their lower feelings and pursue the pleasures of material life, food, drink, etc. When it happens, your intuition doesn’t work at all. With his undeveloped moral side, his flaws include a great tendency to hatred, jealousy, and envy. Their feelings are strongly concentrated, making them a potentially dangerous enemy. They usually make numerous trips.
Marriage for these people is usually financially based. Men await the love of an older woman. Women born on this day are full of youth and long for love, even in their old age. People born today will be increasingly successful in their later years. They strive to make a fortune, with a realistic chance of success.
Zodiac sign for those born on April 23
If your birthday is April 23, your zodiac sign is Taurus
April 23 - personality and character
character: cautious, frank, reasonable, demanding, negligent, unpredictable;
profession: miner, computer scientist, designer;
colors: orange, yellow, gray;
plant: sassafras tree;
lucky numbers: 3,8,15,33,34,49
super lucky number: 29
Holidays and observances - April 23
- Date of Oggun.
- Chile (Temuco): Merchant’s Day at the Pinto Fair.
- English Language Day at the United Nations
- Romania: Saint George, protector of children
- Argentina: Surveyor’s Day.
- Spain (Alicante, Alcoy): third day of the festivities in honor of their patron, Saint George, who according to a legend helped the Christians in their fight against the Muslims.
- International Book Day.
- Argentina: Day of the Cavalry Weapon of the Argentine Army, by its patron Saint George.
- Spain: Celebration of the fight between Moors and Christians in various locations, in commemoration of Saint George.
- Chile: San Jorge
- Colombia: Librarian Day.
- Spain (Flag of Castile and León.svg Castilla y León): Castilla y León Day or Villalar Day, a holiday whose origin dates back to the defeat of the community members in the Battle of Villalar.
- Brazil (Rio de Janeiro): Saint George’s Day
- Germany Beer Day.
- Spain (Flag of Catalonia.svg Catalonia): Saint George’s Day, patron saint of Catalonia, patronage whose origin is common with Aragon since the 15th century.
- Spain (Flag of Aragon.svg Aragón): Day of Aragon, in honor of its patron, Saint George.
- United Kingdom (England): Saint George’s Day, patron saint of England.
- Colombia: Language Day.
April 23 Celebrity Birthday. Who was born the same day as you?
1902: Halldór Laxness, Icelandic writer, Nobel Prize for Literature in 1955 (d. 1998).
1904: Aída Sullivan, Mexican first lady (d. 1975).
1908: Jorge Toriello Garrido, revolutionary civil leader of Guatemala (d. 1998).
1910: Simone Simon, French actress (f. 2005).
1910: Sheila Scott Macintyre, Scottish mathematician (d. 1960)
1915: José Lahoz, Spanish cyclist (d. 2011).
1917: Gerardo Antón, Spanish politician (d. 2011).
1918: Maurice Druon, French writer (d. 2009).
1919: Epifanio Fernández (Epi), Spanish footballer (d. 1977).
1923: Alejandro Hales, Chilean politician (f. 2001).
1926: James Patrick Donleavy, American writer of Irish origin.
1926: Gerardo Rueda, Spanish abstract painter (d. 1996).
1926: Amalia Avia, Spanish painter (d. 2011).
1927: Manuel Rivera Hernández, Spanish painter (d. 1995).
1928: Shirley Temple, American actress (d. 2014).
1929: George Steiner, French writer.
1932: Cacho Fontana (Norberto Palese), Argentine television presenter and presenter.
1932: Halston, American fashion designer (d. 1990).
1933: Annie J. Easley, computer engineer, worked for NASA (d. 2011)
1934: Jaime de Jaraíz, Spanish painter (d. 2007).
1935: Franco Citti, Italian actor (d. 2016).
1936: David Ratto, Argentine publicist (d. 2004).
1936: Roy Orbison, American singer (d. 1988).
1939: Jorge Fons, Mexican filmmaker.
1939: Lee Majors, American actor.
1940: Danilo Astori, Uruguayan politician.
1940: Dietrich Schwanitz, German writer (d. 2004).
1941: Paavo Lipponen, Finnish politician.
1942: Sandra Dee, American actress (f. 2005).
1942: Jorge Figueroa Acosta, Mexican painter, muralist, and sculptor.
1943: Frans Koppelaar, Dutch painter.
1943: Hervé Villechaize, French actor (d. 1993).
1943: Tita Cervera, Spanish art collector, and model.
1943: Iñaki Sáez, Spanish footballer and coach.
1944: Juan de Loxa, Spanish writer, poet, and journalist.
1946: Andrés Junquera, Spanish footballer.
1947: Glenn Cornick, British bassist, of the band Jethro Tull (d. 2014).
1948: Álvaro Caruncho, Spanish painter (d. 2011).
1952: Jean-Dominic Bauby, French journalist (d. 1997).
1953: Javier Vidal Pradas, actor, journalist, playwright, university professor, and Venezuelan theater director.
1954: Michael Moore, American filmmaker.
1955: Judy Davis, Australian actress.
1955: Tony Miles, British chess player (d. 2001).
1955: Alicia Zanca, Argentine actress and director (d. 2012).
1958: Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson, Icelandic composer.
1958: Jorge Márquez, Spanish writer.
1958: Tove Jensen, a Swedish porn actress.
1960: Steve Clark, British guitarist, of the band Def Leppard (d. 1991).
1961: George López, American actor, and comedian.
1961: Miguel Rep, Argentine cartoonist, and graphic humorist.
1964: Estrella Acosta, Cuban singer.
1964: Rie Ishizuka, actress of Japanese voice.
1968: Timothy McVeigh, American terrorist (d. 2001).
1969: Martín López-Zubero, Spanish swimmer.
1969: Tony McGuinness, British DJ, and guitarist, of the band Above & Beyond.
1969: Yelena Shushunova, Russian gymnast.
1970: Claudio Quinteros, Argentine actor (f. 2013).
1971: Sonya Smith, Venezuelan-American soap opera actress
1972: Patricia Manterola, Mexican singer and actress.
1973: Marcela Pezet, Mexican actress and host.
1974: Carlos Dengler, American musician, of the band Interpol.
1975: Jón Þór Birgisson, Icelandic singer, of the band Sigur Rós.
1976: Pasión Vega, Spanish singer.
1976: Ricardo Kleinbaum, Mexican actor.
1977: John Cena, American professional wrestler.
1977: Andruw Jones, baseball player from Curaçao.
1977: Kal Penn, American actor.
1977: Lee Young-Pyo, South Korean footballer.
1979: Carlos Silva, Venezuelan baseball player.
1979: Lauri Ylönen, Finnish singer-songwriter, of the band The Rasmus.
1979: Roberto Manrique, Ecuadorian actor.
1980: Marjorie de Sousa, Venezuelan actress.
1980: Paulina Gálvez, Salvadoran model.
1981: Iriney Santos da Silva, Brazilian soccer player.
1981: Chris Sharma, American climber.
1983: María Alché, Argentine actress, producer, director, and photographer.
1983: Daniela Hantuchová, Slovak tennis player.
1984: Lil Eazy-E, an American rapper.
1984: Aleksandra Kosteniuk, Russian chess player.
1985: Taio Cruz, British singer.
1986: Jessica Stam, Canadian model.
1986: Yannis Philippakis, British composer, guitarist, and singer, of the band Foals.
1986: Eduardo Schwank, Argentine tennis player.
1987: Boaz Mauda, Israeli singer.
1987: John Boye, Ghanaian footballer.
1989: Abdulaziz Al-Muqbali, Omani footballer.
1989: Nicole Vaidišová, Czech tennis player.
1989: Yin Chang, American actress.
1990: Matthew Underwood, American actor.
1990: Dev Patel, British actor.
1991: Nathan Baker, British footballer.
1991: Marlon Wessel, German actor.
1995: Gigi Hadid, American model.
1996: Álex Márquez, Spanish motorcycling pilot.
1999: Chaeyoung, South Korean rapper, dancer, and MC.