25/01 Birthday - Zodiac Information

January 25 Zodiac


People born on January 25 are optimistic - they can be kind and pleasant to their surroundings.

Horoscope and personality for those born on January 25

Sensitive, interesting and intelligent, they skillfully organize any project aimed at ensuring its success.

Cheerful, sociable and quite original: they love literature and enjoy discussion and debate. They have good intentions, and their behavior revolves around thought and contemplation. There is quite a lot of empire in his nature, with a generally strong will. They can command others if necessary, want to move up and make a career, and show an instinct for business. Both your thoughts and feelings are very lively.

They are very sensitive to social relationships, willingly cooperate with the aristocracy, and marry people of better social standing. They are sometimes a bit arrogant and moody, but capable of keeping a secret. They can be successful as writers. People full of pleasant optimism - skillfully expressing their thoughts while demonstrating decorative skills, but thoroughly avoiding any depth. Although the nature of these people is supportive, to a large extent they are only a reflection of their environment.

They show themselves as potential geniuses from the start, but they rarely become one. What should they be careful of? People born on this day face the dangers of the moral nature; They can completely succumb to selfishness, caressing, and fun, which can lead to complications in life. They play with feelings and give in to passions. It may be that your selfishness is just a cover for your inner weakness that is unable to resist the senses.

They are generally poor in the first half of their life, but then their financial situation gradually improves. They usually live long, with honors and awards waiting for them at the end of their lives. A woman born on this day is stable, fair and liberal. He takes long trips, and his family life causes him occasional pain. He generally has few children.

The days of January 25: Elvira, Paula, Timoteo, Pavel, Paúl, Tatiana. Proverb: Gdy na Pawła nawrócenie wiatr wieje To rychło potem deszcz leje (When the wind blows towards Paul, the rain falls quickly afterwards).

Zodiac sign for those born on January 25

If your birthday is January 25, your zodiac sign is  Aquarius

January 25 - personality and character

character:  brave, kind, tolerant, modest, fearful, severe;
profession:  obstetrician, toolmaker, mechanic;
colors:  orange, yellow, olive;
stone:  diopside;
animal:  fox;
plant:  prayer plant;
lucky numbers:  18,28,30,31,41,45
super lucky number:  26

Holidays and observances - January 25

  • In Mexico the Day of the Biologist is celebrated.
  • In Argentina the National Day of the Graphic Reporter is celebrated.
  • In Ayerbe the festival of San Pablo is celebrated. The pilgrimage takes place on the last Sunday in January.
  • Honduras celebrates the Honduran Women’s Day.
  • In Scotland, the Burns Dinner is celebrated in honor of the poet Robert Burns: haggis are eaten and traditional Scottish ballads are sung.

January 25 Celebrity birthdays. Who was born the same day as you?

1900: Theodosius Dobzhansky, Soviet geneticist (d. 1975).
1901: Itzhak Stern, German industrial accountant (d. 1969).
1901: Mildred Dunnock, American actress (d. 1991).
1911: Lorenzo Goni, Spanish painter and draftsman (d. 1992).
1912: Lucho Bermúdez, Colombian composer and performer (f. 1994).
1912: Federico Heinlein, Chilean musician and journalist (f. 1999).
1913: Witold Lutosławski, Polish composer (d. 1994).
1913: Luis Marden, American photojournalist (d. 2003).
1914: Antonio Bertola, Italian cyclist (d. 1967).
1916: Adalberto Martínez «Springs», Mexican actor (d. 2003).
1916: Sixto Marco, Spanish painter and draftsman (f. 2002).
1917: Jânio Quadros, Brazilian president (d. 1992).
1917: Ilya Prigogine, Belgian scientist of Russian origin, Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1977 (f. 2003).
1917: Federico Sopena, Spanish musicologist (d. 1991).
1918: Tranquilo Cappozzo, Argentine rower of American origin (f. 2003).
1919: Hugo Pimentel, Argentine actor (d. 1984).
1920: Miguel Díaz Negrete, Spanish architect (d. 2011).
1920: Alicia Montoya, Mexican actress (f. 2002).
1921: Samuel Cohen, American physicist (d. 2010).
1921: Alfred Reed, American composer (d. 2005).
1923: Arvid Carlsson, Swiss pharmacologist, Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2000.
1923: Emilio Ognénovich, Argentine Archbishop (d. 2011).
1927: Tom Jobim, Brazilian composer (d. 1994).
1927: Gregg Palmer, American actor (f. 2015)
1927: Sara Rus, Argentine Jewish activist of Polish origin, survivor of Auschwitz and mother of Plaza de Mayo.
1928: Eduard Shevardnadze, Georgian politician and president between 1995 and 2003 (d. 2014).
1928: Adolfo Marsillach, Spanish actor (f. 2002).
1929: Rafael Pi Belda, Spanish sculptor.
1930: Alberto Gil Novales, Spanish historian.
1930: Karina Laverde, Chilean actress based in Colombia (d. 2012).
1930: Tatiana Sávicheva, Russian personality (d. 1944).
1930: Marta Traba, Argentine-Colombian art historian and writer (d. 1983).
1931: Federico Edwards, Argentine soccer player.
1931: Dean Jones, American actor.
1933: Corazón Aquino, Filipino politician (d. 2009).
1934: Alberto Chissano, Mozambican sculptor (f. 1999)
1935: Antonio dos Santos Ramalho Eanes, Portuguese politician.
1937: Ange-Félix Patassé, Central African politician and president between 1993 and 2003 (d. 2011).
1938: Shotaro Ishinomori, Japanese manga artist (d. 1998).
1938: Etta James, American singer.
1938: Leiji Matsumoto, Japanese manga artist.
1938: Vladimir Vysotsky, Russian poet (d. 1980).
1940: Gonzalo Aguirre, Uruguayan politician.
1941: Gregory Sierra, American actor.
1942: Perla Caron, Argentine actress.
1942: Eusébio, Portuguese footballer.
1943: Fred Friedrich, German sculptor.
1943: Tobe Hooper, American filmmaker.
1943: Fernando Pérez Royo, Spanish politician.
1944: Fernando Bonilla, Spanish obstetrician and gynecologist.
1944: Zully Montero, Cuban actress of cinema, theater and television.
1944. Anita Pallenberg, Italian model.
1944: Toru Emori, Japanese actor.
1946: Carlos Javier Beltrán, Argentine singer (d. 2012).
1947: Ángel Nieto, Spanish motorcyclist. (F. 2017)
1947: Tostao, Brazilian soccer player.
1948: Rodolfo Nin Novoa, Uruguayan politician.
1948: María Seoane, Argentine journalist.
1949: Paul Nurse, British biochemist, winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize in Medicine.
1950: Eduardo Anzarda, Argentine footballer.
1950: Jean-Marc Ayrault, Prime Minister of France.
1950: Yoshimitsu Morita, Japanese filmmaker (d. 2011).
1951: Steve Prefontaine, American athlete (d. 1975).
1953: The Honky Tonk Man, American professional wrestler.
1954: Ricardo Bochini, Argentine footballer.
1958: Antonio Jesús López Nieto, Spanish soccer referee.
1958: Gustavo Cárdenas Gutiérrez, ex-mayor of Ciudad Victoria
1960: Deauxma, American porn actress.
1963: Marcello Giordani, Italian tenor.
1963: Don Mancini, film director and producer.
1967: David Ginola, French footballer.
1968: Santiago Mesón, Argentine rugby player.
1971: Luca Badoer, Italian Formula 1 driver.
1972: Chantal Andere, Mexican actress.
1973: Geoff Johns, American cartoonist.
1975: Ruth Díaz, Spanish actress.
1975: Tim Montgomery, American athlete.
1975: Mia Kirshner, Canadian actress.
1977: José Luis Useche, Venezuelan actor, producer, playwright and theater director.
1978: Denis Menchov, Russian cyclist.
1978: Charlene of Monaco, Princess of Monaco.
1978: Jason Roberts, British footballer.
1979: Roberto Fernández Alvarellos, Spanish footballer.
1979: Christine Lakin, American actress.
1980: Xavi Hernández, “Xavi”, former Spanish footballer.
1980: Michelle McCool, American professional wrestler.
1981: Toše Proeski, Macedonian singer.
1981: Sebastián Grazzini, Argentine footballer.
1981: Alicia Keys, American singer.
1982: Sho Sakurai, Japanese actor and singer.
1982: Noemi, Italian singer
1984: Robinho, Brazilian soccer player.
1984: Ines Cudna, Polish pornographic actress.
1987: Maria Kirilenko, Russian tennis player.
1988: Tatiana Golovin, French tennis player.
1989 Mikako Tabe, Japanese actress.