24/12 Birthday - Zodiac Information

December 24 Zodiac

People born on December 24 are true to their promises, even though they can’t achieve everything they want.

Horoscope and personality for those born on December 24

They can be serious when it comes to serious people, and happy when it comes to happy people.

Subtle, full of plans, inventive, intelligent, emotional, sensual, loyal, withdrawn, very attentive in terms of money and business. True to their word. His life is full of eager endeavors, yet capricious, inconsistent, and changeable. Not very eager to enter the marriage. They will be most successful in a profession that requires slow, careful and prudent work, such as construction, agriculture, etc. What threatens them? Dangers caused by your own friends and failures in life.

Your protectors are less than solid, and the end results of your work and effort may be minimal. His body is quite strong and his vitality strengthens with age, as does his health. Illnesses are generally caused by your melancholic tendencies and depression. They must try to fight by all means against their melancholic tendencies and disperse depression, as they seriously affect both their life and their career.

How to raise children born on this day? They are very sensitive and are easily influenced by the environment. Therefore, they must be protected from the company of harsh and vulgar people, as they can easily adapt such models of behavior. They have a tendency to arrogance, which should be pointed out while teaching them self-control and modesty, starting at a very young age.

Zodiac sign for those born on December 24

If your birthday is on December 24, your zodiac sign is  Capricorn

December 24 - personality and character

character:  careful, natural, polite, inquisitive, jealous, wasteful;
profession:  gravedigger, agronomist, porter;
colors:  teal, purple, turquoise;
stone:  lapis lazuli;
animal:  wild dog;
plant:  lily of the valley;
lucky numbers:  4,7,9,12,38,50
super lucky number:  18

Holidays and observances - December 24

  • Good night
  • Midnight mass

December 24 Celebrity birthdays. Who was born the same day as you?

1900: Alfredo Chavero e Híjar, Mexican educator (d. 1980).
1901: Donald Ewen Cameron, British psychologist (d. 1967).
1903: Julián Alfredo, Spanish religious (d. 1934).
1903: Joseph Cornell, American artist (d. 1972).
1904: Joseph Juran Romanian engineer and quality control expert (d. 2008).
1904: Manuel Villar, Argentine anarchist (d. 1972).
1905: Howard Hughes, American businessman, pilot and film producer (d. 1976).
1905: Milt Dunnell, Canadian sports journalist (d. 2008).
1905: Miguel Ángel Zavala Ortiz, Argentine politician (d. 1982).
1906: James Hadley Chase, British writer (d. 1985).
1906: Franz Waxman, German composer (d. 1967).
1907: André Cailleux, French writer (d. 1986).
1907: IF Stone, American journalist (d. 1989).
1910: Fritz Leiber, American writer (d. 1992).
1910: Max Miedinger, Swiss printer (d. 1980).
1912: Ramón Carnicer Blanco, Spanish writer (d. 2007).
1913: César Alonso de las Heras, Spanish religious (d. 2004).
1913: Ad Reinhardt, American painter (d. 1967).
1914: Dorothy Hyson, American actress (f. 1996).
1916: Assad Bucaram, Ecuadorian politician (d. 1981).
1916: Lalo Guerrero, Mexican composer (f. 2005).
1916: Héctor Stamponi, Argentine tango composer and pianist (f. 1997).
1917: Kim Jong-suk, North Korean personality (d. 1949).
1918: Jorge Yarur Banna, Chilean businessman (d. 1991).
1918: Óscar Bonilla, Chilean military and politician (d. 1975).
1918: Carlos Coda, Argentine sailor (d. 2004).
1919: Pierre Soulages, French painter and sculptor.
1920: Vittorio Vettori, Italian poet and philosopher (f. 2004).
1921: Jesús Arellano, Argentine philosopher (d. 2009).
1921: Jimmy Clitheroe, British humorist (d. 1973).
1922: Ava Gardner, American actress (d. 1990).
1923: Manuel Quindimil, Argentine politician (f. 2008).
1924: Mohammad Rafi, Indian actor and singer (d. 1980).
1924: Norman Rossington, British actor (d. 1999).
1925: Baldramina Flores, Chilean writer and activist.
1925: Innes Lloyd, British television producer (d. 1991).
1925: Yafa Yarkoni, Israeli singer (d. 2012).
1926: Luis Costales, Ecuadorian writer and politician (d. 2006).
1926: Juan José Linz, American political scientist (d. 2013).
1927: Vernon Hilton Heywood, British biologist.
1928: Manfred Rommel, German politician (d. 2013).
1928: Norman Rossington, American actor (f. 1999).
1928: Hugo Serrano Gómez, Colombian politician (d. 2010).
1929: José Carol Archs, Spanish writer.
1929: Mary Higgins Clark, American novelist.
1929: Lennart Skoglund, Swedish footballer (d. 1975).
1929: Philip Ziegler, British historian and biographer.
1930: Jorge Arguindegui, Argentine military (d. 1997).
1930: Arsenio Iglesias, Spanish footballer and coach.
1931: Antonio Barbosa Alves, Portuguese cyclist.
1931: Jill Bennett, British actress (d. 1990).
1931: Ray Bryant, American pianist and composer (d. 2011).
1931: Mauricio Kagel, Argentine composer, director and set designer (d. 2008).
1931: Russell Stannard, British physicist.
1933: Francisco Capel, Spanish basketball player.
1934: Enrique Dussel, Mexican academic, philosopher and historian.
1934: Stjepan Mesić, Croatian politician.
1935: Alberto Locati, Argentine actor (f. 2007).
1935: Jesús Antonio Sam López, Mexican politician and lawyer (d. 2010).
1936: María Cuadra, Spanish actress.
1937: Nicolás García Uriburu, Argentine artist and architect.
1937: Félix Miéli Venerando, Brazilian soccer player (f. 2012).
1937: Jaime Alomar, Spanish cyclist.
1938: Manuel Avellaneda Gómez, Spanish painter (f. 2003).
1938: Mesías Maiguashca, Ecuadorian composer.
1939: Herty Lewites, Nicaraguan politician (f. 2006).
1940: Guillermo Jiménez Sánchez, Spanish jurist.
1941: Howden Ganley, New Zealand racing driver.
1941: John Levene, British actor.
1941: Ana Maria Machado, Brazilian journalist, painter, and writer.
1941: Antonio Ojeda Escobar, Spanish politician.
1941: Begona Palacios, Mexican actress (f. 2000).
1941: Alfonso Espinosa de los Monteros, Ecuadorian journalist. Guinness record as “Anchor of news with the longest uninterrupted years on the air”
1942: Diego Jesús Jiménez, Spanish poet, painter and journalist (f. 2009).
1942: Joaquín Sánchez Garrido, Spanish politician.
1943: Alberto Andrade Carmona, Peruvian businessman and politician (d. 2009).
1943: Tarja Halonen, Finnish president.
1943: Robert Kurz, German philosopher, writer and journalist (d. 2012).
1943: Arysteides Turpana, Panamanian poet.
1944: Oswald Thank you, Indian Archbishop.
1944: Daniel Johnson, Jr., Canadian politician.
1944: Woody Shaw, American trumpeter and composer (d. 1989).
1945: Enrique Jackson, Mexican politician.
1945: Lemmy Kilmister, British singer and bassist, of the band Motörhead (d. 2015).
1945: Juan Carlos Salazar del Barrio, Bolivian journalist.
1946: Jan Akkerman, Dutch guitarist, of the Focus band.
1946: Nel Amaro, Spanish writer.
1946: Jesús Antonio Bejarano Ávila, Colombian economist (d. 1999).
1946: Andrew Chi-Chih Yao, Chinese scientist.
1946: Vittorio Giardino, Italian cartoonist.
1946: Manuel González, Spanish actor.
1946: La Chana, Spanish bailaora.
1947: Miguel Ángel González Suárez, Spanish footballer.
1947: Peter Houseman, British footballer (d. 1977).
1947: Michel Rolland, French winemaker.
1947: Joost Swarte, Dutch illustrator and cartoonist.
1948: Juan Bau, Spanish singer.
1948: José María Covarrubias, Mexican activist (f. 2003).
1948: Edwige Fenech, Italian actress.
1948: Mo Layton, American basketball player.
1948: Gerardo Melgar Viciosa, Spanish bishop and philosopher.
1948: Rafael Román Guerrero, Spanish politician.
1948: Erik Trinkaus, American paleontologist.
1949: Francisco Bartolucci, Chilean politician.
1949: Moncho Borrajo, Spanish actor and comedian.
1949: Beatriz Carvajal, Spanish actress.
1950: Gilberto Alves, Brazilian soccer player and coach.
1950: Mario Ruiz Massieu, Mexican politician (d. 1999).
1951: Jesús Bracamontes, Mexican soccer player.
1952: Christopher Buckley, American writer.
1952: Jesús Cuadrado Bausela, Spanish geographer and politician.
1952: Chucho Merchán, Colombian musician.
1952: Julio Mora, Uruguayan singer.
1953: Wilfried Maria Blum, German sculptor.
1953: Mario Santiago Papasquiaro, Mexican poet (f. 1998).
1954: Georgina Barbarossa, actress, comedian and Argentine television presenter.
1954: Yves Debay, Belgian journalist (d. 2013).
1954: José María Figueres Olsen, Costa Rican politician and engineer.
1954: Gregory S. Paul, American peleontologist.
1955: Luis Auserón, Spanish musician, from the Radio Futura band.
1955: Grand L. Bush, American actor.
1955: Scott Fischer, American mountaineer (d. 1996).
1955: Gary Lachman, American musician.
1956: Irene Khan, Bangladeshi politician.
1956: Jesús Ochoa, Mexican actor.
1957: Hamid Karzai, Afghan president since 2004.
1957: Francisco Munoz Soler, Spanish writer.
1958: Olívia Byington, Brazilian singer-songwriter and guitarist.
1958: Paul Pressey, American basketball player.
1958: Manuel Enríquez Rosero, Colombian politician.
1958: Janfri Topera, Spanish actor.
1959: Anil Kapoor, Indian actor.
1960: Gustavo Fontán, Argentine film director.
1960: Glenn McQueen, American cartoonist (f. 2002).
1960: Eva Tamargo, American actress.
1960: Fei Xiang, Chinese singer.
1961: Ilham Aliyev, Azerbaijani president since 2003.
1961: Wade Williams, American actor.
1963: Naja Marie Aidt, Danish writer.
1963: Rafael Chaparro Madiedo, Colombian writer.
1963: Eloy M. Cebrián, Spanish writer.
1964: Tod Murphy, American basketball player.
1964: Mark Valley, American actor.
1965: Marcelo Villena Alvarado, Bolivian poet.
1965: Rosario Bléfari, Argentine singer, actress, and writer.
1965: Mika Selander, Finnish musician.
1965: Mafalda Veiga, Portuguese singer.
1966: Diedrich Bader, American actor.
1967: Mónica Scapparone, Argentine actress.
1967: Pernilla Wahlgren, Swedish actress and singer.
1968: Javier Echevarría Escribns, Peruvian actor.
1968: Choi Jin-sil, South Korean actress (d. 2008).
1968: Xiomara Rivero, Cuban javelin thrower.
1969: Miyuki Matsushita, Japanese voice actress.
1969: Clinton McKinnon, American musician.
1969: Ed Miliband, British politician.
1969: Mark Millar, British cartoonist.
1969: Luis Musrri, Chilean soccer player and coach.
1969: Humberto Ovelar, Paraguayan soccer player.
1969: Gintaras Stauče, Lithuanian footballer.
1970: Christopher Daniels, American professional wrestler.
1970: Adam Haslett, American writer.
1970: Amaury Nolasco, Puerto Rican actor.
1970: Will Oldham, American actor and singer.
1970: Adriana Riveramelo, Mexican journalist and actress.
1971: Giórgos Alkaíos, Greek singer.
1971: Álex Cabrera, Venezuelan baseball player.
1971: Ricky Martin, Puerto Rican actor and singer.
1972: Richard Dutruel, French footballer.
1972: Betina González, Argentine writer.
1972: Álvaro Mesén, Costa Rican soccer player.
1972: Klaus Schnellenkamp, Chilean-German author.
1973: Grutle Kjellson, Norwegian bassist, of the Enslaved band.
1973: Stephenie Meyer, American writer.
1973: Matt Passmore, Australian actor.
1973: Eddie Pope, American footballer.
1973: Ali Salem Tamek, Moroccan activist.
1973: Dong Liu, Chinese-Spanish athlete.
1974: Cristina Umana, Colombian actress.
1974: Thure Lindhardt, Danish actor.
1974: Marcelo Salas, Chilean soccer player.
1974: Ryan Seacrest, American television presenter.
1975: Ray Faxas, Cuban writer.
1975: Toru Ito, Japanese professional wrestler.
1975: Jaime Ruiz, Mexican soccer player.
1976: Florencia Abbate, Argentine writer and journalist.
1976: Iker Lastra, Spanish actor.
1976: Ángel Matos, Cuban taekwondo player.
1976: Pepe Ocio, Spanish actor.
1976: Alfredo Toxqui, Mexican soccer player.
1977: Dayron Pérez, Colombian footballer.
1977: Michael Raymond-James, American actor.
1977: Américo, Chilean tropical singer.
1978: Josh Asselin, American basketball player.
1978: Yildiray Baştürk, Turkish footballer.
1978: Souleymane Diawara, Senegalese footballer.
1978: Carolina Sabino, Colombian singer and actress.
1979: Ben Geurens, Australian actor.
1979: Chris Hero, American wrestler.
1979: Rodrigo Mannara, Argentine soccer player.
1979: Danny Raco, Italian actor.
1980: Stephen Appiah, Ghanaian footballer.
1980: Álvaro Gómez, Chilean actor.
1980: Maarja-Liis Ilus, Estonian singer.
1981: Dima Bilán, Russian singer.
1981: Sophie Moone, Hungarian porn actress.
1982: Masaki Aiba, Japanese musician and actor.
1982: Robert Schwartzman, American musician and actor.
1983: Gregor Blanco, Venezuelan baseball player.
1983: Ariel Bogado, Paraguayan soccer player.
1983: Valeria Bringas, Peruvian actress and model.
1983: Irene Fornaciari, Italian singer.
1983: Sayaka Minami, Japanese singer.
1983: Joel Solanilla, Panamanian soccer player.
1984: Yerson Opazo, Chilean soccer player.
1984: Wallace Spearmon, American athlete.
1984: Austin Stowell, American actor.
1985: Harry Judd, drummer of the British band, of the band McFly.
1985: Takeshi Minamino, Japanese professional wrestler.
1986: Ana Brenda Contreras, Mexican actress.
1986: Kyrylo Fesenko, Ukrainian basketball player.
1986: Theodor Gebre Selassie, Czech footballer.
1986: Riyo Mori, Japanese dancer and model.
1986: Thomas Peterson, American cyclist.
1986: Satomi Ishihara, Japanese actress.
1987: Matías Cahais, Argentine soccer player.
1988: Momodou Ceesay, Gambian footballer.
1988: Nikola Mektić, Croatian tennis player.
1988: Simon Zenke, Nigerian footballer.
1989: Carlos Escobar Ortiz, Chilean soccer player.
1989: Gonzalo Verón, Argentine soccer player.
1991: Chila Lynn, Cuban musician.
1991: Louis Tomlinson, singer and British footballer, of the band One Direction.
1991: Eric Moreland, American basketball player.
1992: Melissa Suffield, British actress.
1993: Andrea Cedrón, Peruvian swimmer.
1994: LaShawn Tináh Jefferies, American actress.