04/08 Birthday - Zodiac Information
August 4 Zodiac
People born on August 4 are emotionally unusual, sensitive, and inspired.
Horoscope and personality for those born on August 4
Pure and modest, full of dignity, and noble, they strive for higher ideals. His feelings are very fiery, and his mind is clear and unusually talented.
They have the best intentions and are quick to forgive the damage experienced. They are stable of character, decisive, independent, patient, and cautious. As they are overly sensitive people, they can even become fearful and withdrawn. They are often at risk of significant struggles and bad experiences, but eventually, everything will work out, and they will be crowned with success.
People born today can see for themselves that every cloud has a silver lining. Their lives are crowned with success, and, throughout their lives, great popularity awaits them. Little by little, they achieve wealth, often thanks to a good marriage. Much happiness awaits them, and whatever they start, they usually make it to a successful end. It happens that they can achieve recognition in all spheres of activity. How to raise a child born on this day?
They have unusual imitative abilities, so they should learn independence. Such children often not only imitate the actions and vices of their closest environment but can also skillfully imitate someone’s voice and behavior. Today’s birthday bestows a talent for the dramatic arts. A child born on this day should not be irritated or humiliated. One must strive to develop their great innate talents at all costs so that they can rise above the average standards of humanity, for which they are predisposed. Naturally, you need a complete education.
Zodiac sign for those born on August 4
If your birthday is August 4, your zodiac sign is Leo.
August 4 - personality and character
character: decent, silent, cunning, aggressive, idle, demanding;
profession: economist, pianist, chimney sweep;
colors: olive, pink, beige;
animal: black bear;
lucky numbers: 12,13,23,33,43,51
super lucky number: 19
Holidays and observances - August 4
- Argentina: Baker’s Day.
- Spain: Basque Country, Álava, Vitoria - La Blanca festivities in honor of the Virgen Blanca (Fixed dates: August 4 - August 9).
- Santo Domingo Xenacoj (Sacatepéquez): Santo Domingo de Guzmán, which is on August 8.
- Mixco: Santo Domingo de Guzmán, which is the 8th of August.
- Cobán (Alta Verapaz): Santo Domingo de Guzmán, which is on August 8.
- Spain: Basque Country, Álava, Zalduendo de Álava - Tribute to «Celedón».
- Sacapulas (Quiché) Santo Domingo de Guzmán, which is on August 8.
- Mexico: Aramberri (Nuevo León): Avocado Fair (fixed dates: July 29 to August 4).
- Spain: Andalusia, Malaga, Benalauría - Fair in honor of Santo Domingo de Guzmán.
- Spain: Andalusia, Almería, Roquetas de Mar, El Solanillo neighborhood - Festivities of the Virgin Mary of the Mother Church.
- Burkina Faso: National Day.
- Cook Islands: Constitution Day.
- Spain: Canary Islands, Gran Canaria, Agaete - Fair in honor of Nuestra Senora de las Nieves.
- Santo Domingo Suchitepequez (Suchitepéquez): Santo Domingo de Guzmán, which is on August 8.
- Spain: La Rioja, Rincón de Soto - Festival of the Virgin of Carravieso.
- Nicaragua: In Managua the patron saint festivities are celebrated in honor of its patron Santo Domingo de Guzmán through a joyous tour that takes place annually along the different streets of the eastern neighborhoods of the city.
- El Salvador: Public holiday.
August 4 Celebrity Birthday. Who was born the same day as you?
1900: Arturo Umberto Illia, Argentine president (d. 1983).
1900: Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (the “Queen Mother”), British woman, wife of George VI (d. 2002).
1900: Nabi Tajima, Japanese supercentennial (d. 2018)
1901: Louis Armstrong, American trumpeter (d. 1971).
1903: Teresa De Marzo, pioneer of Brazilian aviation (d. 1986).
1903: Hans-Christoph Seebohm, German politician and minister (d. 1967).
1904: Witold Gombrowicz, Polish writer, and playwright (d. 1969).
1906: María José of Belgium, Belgian aristocrat, wife of the Italian King Humberto II (f. 2001).
1906: Harry Persson, Swedish actor (d. 1961).
1906: Eugen Schuhmacher, German zoologist (d. 1973).
1908: Kurt Eichhorn, German conductor, and musician (d. 1994).
1909: Glenn Cunningham, American athlete (d. 1988).
1909: Eva Kemlein, German photographer (d. 2004).
1909: Roberto Burle Marx, Brazilian architect (d. 1994).
1909: Saunders MacLane, American mathematician (d. 2005).
1909: Otto Steiger, Swiss engineer (d. 1923).
1910: William Schuman, American composer (d. 1992).
1910: Anita Page, American actress (d. 2008).
1910: Hedda Sterne, Romanian-American painter (d. 2011).
1912: Aleksandr Danilovich Aleksandrov, Russian mathematician, philosopher, and Montanist (f. 1999).
1912: Virgilio Pinera, Cuban writer (d. 1979).
1912: Raoul Wallenberg, Swedish diplomat (d. 1947).
1913: Robert Hayden, American poet (d. 1980).
1915: Domingo Mania, Argentine actor (d. 1981).
1920: Helen Thomas, American journalist (d. 2013).
1922: Luis Aponte Martínez, Puerto Rican Archbishop (f. 2012)
1924: Hilda Suárez, Argentine actress (f. 2006).
1926: Julio Alfredo Egea, Spanish poet.
1927: Jess Thomas, American tenor (f. 1993).
1929: Kishore Kumar, Indian singer, and actor (d. 1997).
1930: Hans Dahlberg, Swedish actor.
1930: Götz Friedrich, German conductor, and musician (d. 2000).
1930: Luis Miguel Enciso Recio, Spanish historian.
1932: Guillermo Mordillo, Argentine graphic humorist.
1936: Assia Djebar, Algerian writer, translator, linguist, historian, literary critic, and professor (d. 2015), member of the French Academy.
1940: Coriún Aharonián, Uruguayan composer and musicologist.
1940: Juan Antonio García Díez, Spanish politician, Vice President of the Government (f. 1998).
1940: Larry Knechtel, American rock keyboardist, and guitarist (d. 2009).
1941: Aníbal Tarabini, Argentine soccer player (d. 1997).
1943: Vicente Álvarez Areces, Spanish politician.
1944: Richard Belzer, American actor and comedian.
1946: Maureen Cox Starkey, British woman (b.1994), first wife of Beatle musician Ringo Starr.
1946: Sergio Marqués, Spanish politician, president of the Principality of Asturias (f. 2012).
1946: Pierre-André Taguieff, French philosopher and political scientist.
1947: Hubert Ingraham, Bahamian politician.
1947: Klaus Schulze, German composer.
1948: Ciriaco Cano, former soccer player, and Spanish soccer coach.
1952: Daniel Bautista, Mexican athlete.
1952: Moya Brennan, Irish singer.
1954: Kike Morandé, Chilean television presenter and businessman.
1955: Alberto R. Gonzales, American politician.
1955: Billy Bob Thornton, American actor.
1957: Valdis Valters, Latvian basketball player.
1958: William Orbaugh, Guatemalan guitarist.
1959: Blanca Andreu, Spanish poet.
1959: Robbin Crosby, American musician of the band Ratt (d. 2002).
1960: Dean Malenko, American professional wrestler.
1960: José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, Spanish president (the fifth since the end of the Franco dictatorship).
1961: Barack Obama, American president, Nobel Peace Prize in 2009.
1961: Lauren Tom, American voice actress.
1962: Roger Clemens, American baseball player.
1962: Paul Reynolds, British musician of the band A Flock of Seagulls.
1963: Martín Garitano, Spanish journalist and politician.
1965: Neus Asensi, Spanish actress.
1965: Begona Huertas, Spanish writer. [Citation needed]
1965: Dennis Lehane, American writer.
1965: Fredrik Reinfeldt, 32nd Swedish Prime Minister.
1966: Luc Leblanc, French professional cyclist.
1966: Kensuke Sasaki, a Japanese professional wrestler.
1967: Mike Marsh, American athlete.
1968: Ignacio García Camacho, former Spanish cyclist.
1968: Marcelo Filippini, Uruguayan tennis player.
1968: Daniel Dae Kim, American actor.
1968: Marcus Schenkenberg, Swedish model.
1969: Max Cavalera, Brazilian musician.
1969: Diego Latorre, Argentine footballer.
1970: John August, American screenwriter.
1970: Ángel Edo, Spanish cyclist.
1971: Jeff Gordon, American racing driver.
1972: Chente García, Spanish cyclist.
1972: Eva Amaral, Spanish singer of the Amaral band.
1973: Francisco Javier De Pedro, Spanish footballer.
1973: Yoelbi Quesada, Cuban athlete.
1974: Kily González, Argentine soccer player.
1975: Daniella van Graas, Dutch model and actress.
1977: Luís Boa Morte, Portuguese footballer.
1977: Marek Heinz, Czech footballer.
1978: Kurt Busch, American racing driver.
1978: Ricardo Serrano González, Spanish cyclist.
1981: Manuel Lloret Zaragozi, Spanish cyclist.
1983: Yuka Terasaki, Japanese voice actress.
1983: Nathaniel Buzolic, Australian actor.
1985: Mark Milligan, Australian footballer.
1985: Marco Russ, German footballer.
1985: Ha Seung-Jin, South Korean basketball player.
1985: Antonio Valencia, Ecuadorian soccer player.
1988: Tom Parker, British singer of the band The Wanted.
1987: Jang Keun Suk, South Korean actor, singer, dancer, and model.
1989: Jessica Mauboy, Australian singer, and actress.
1992: Dylan and Cole Sprouse, American twin actors.
1994: Orlando Arcia, Venezuelan baseball player.