17/06 Birthday - Zodiac Information
June 17 Zodiac
People born on June 17 like to know and experience everything.
Horoscope and personality for those born on June 17
They cannot focus on just one thing and they always strive for general education. They are unusually intelligent and sensitive, with a great capacity to adapt to people and living conditions.
They want to see, experience and learn everything. They can skillfully use the information collected in life. Still, they should be able to satisfy themselves. They are continually at one point and then at another ... that’s why they always complain about “not having enough time.” They are ambiguous people, with actions and claims that differ from each other, dual by nature, subject to constant change.
They show a certain superficiality in their judgment of others. They are somewhat melancholic in demeanor, but they are understanding people. In general they show certain artistic and diplomatic skills. They are very skilled at imitating and would like to make the best possible impression on everyone. Little happiness awaits them in life. The undeveloped type is mean, pretentious, demands help and support from his environment. For an egotist like this, the most important things are happiness, satisfaction and comfort.
Zodiac sign for those born on June 17
If your birthday is June 17, your zodiac sign is Gemini
June 17 - personality and character
character: flawless, brilliant, flawless, crazy, melancholic, malicious
profession: sailor, watchmaker, artist
colors: black, olive, crimson
plant: Periwinkle flower
lucky numbers: 6,21,22,32,37,58
super lucky number: 29
Holidays and observances - June 17
- Argentina: National Day of Latin American Freedom
- Germany: Public Holiday of the Federal Republic of Germany (celebrated between 1954 and 1990).
- El Salvador: Father’s Day Baker’s Day
- World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought.
- Peru: Anniversary of the founding of the Villa de Valverde (current Ica).
- Guatemala: Father’s Day.
- Chile: Father’s Day.
- Iceland: National Holiday
June 17 Celebrity birthdays. Who was born the same day as you?
1900: María Tereza Montoya, Mexican theater businesswoman and actress (d. 1970).
1900: Martin Bormann, German politician (d. 1945).
1900: Hugo Pesce, Peruvian physician (d. 1969).
1901: Generoso Chapa Garza, Mexican politician (d. 1969).
1903: Joseph Fontenrose, American scholar (d. 1986).
1904: Ralph Bellamy, American actor and singer (d. 1991).
1904: Romeo Murga, Chilean writer (d. 1925).
1906: Alfonso Asenjo Gómez, Chilean doctor (d. 1980).
1907: Charles Eames, American architect and designer (d. 1978).
1907: Carlos T. Gattinoni, Argentine religious (d. 1989).
1908: Evalyn Knapp, American actress (d. 1981).
1910: Augusto Raúl Cortázar, Argentine academic (d. 1974).
1910: Red Foley, American singer, guitarist and actor (d. 1968).
1910: Diana Mitford, Nazi militant (f. 2003).
1912: Wessel Couzijn, Dutch sculptor (d. 1984).
1912: Wilhelm Fresenius, German scientist (d. 2004).
1914: Julián Marías, Spanish philosopher, sociologist and essayist (f. 2005).
1915: Stringbean, singer and American banjo player (d. 1973).
1915: Mario Echandi Jiménez, Costa Rican politician and president (f. 2001).
1918: Carmen Casco de Lara Castro, Paraguayan activist (f. 1993).
1918: Ajahn Chah, Talean educator (d. 1992).
1918: Juan Morales Rojas, Spanish writer (d. 1991).
1918: Raúl Padilla, Mexican actor and comedian (d. 1994).
1919: Beryl Reid, British actress (f. 1996).
1919: Galina Ustvólskaya, Russian composer (d. 2006).
1920: Germán de Argumosa, Spanish parasychologist (f. 2007).
1920: Setsuko Hara, Japanese actress.
1920: François Jacob, French biologist, Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1965.
1920: György Nemes, Hungarian footballer.
1921: Efrén Araya Vergara, Chilean judge (f. 2006).
1921: George Luz, US military (d. 1998).
1921: Gil Parrondo, Spanish decorator.
1921: Tony Scott, American clarinetist (d. 2007).
1922: John Amis, British journalist (d. 2013).
1922: Jerry Fielding, American musician and composer (d. 1980).
1922: Felipe Herrera, Chilean economist and politician (f. 1996).
1922: José Martín Recuerda, Spanish professor and playwright (f. 2007).
1922: Paul Schallück, German writer (d. 1976).
1923: Elroy “Crazy Legs” Hirsch, American football player (d. 2004).
1925 - Alexander Shulgin, Russian-born American chemist and pharmacist.
1926: Manuel Enríquez Salazar, Mexican violinist and composer (f. 1994).
1926: José Martín Recuerda, Spanish playwright (d. 2007).
1927: Lucio Fulci, Italian filmmaker (d. 1996).
1927: Wally Wood, American illustrator and publicist (d. 1981).
1928: Juan María Bordaberry, Uruguayan politician, president and dictator (d. 2011).
1928: Jacques Delahaye, French sculptor (d. 2010).
1929: Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, Emir of Kuwait.
1929: Luis Calderón, Peruvian soccer player.
1929: Ovidio Fuentes, Argentine actor (f. 1998).
1929: Tigran Petrosian, Armenian chess player (d. 1984).
1929: Pensri Poomchoosri, Thai singer (d. 2007).
1930: Richelieu Levoyer, Ecuadorian military and politician.
1931: Joao Lyra, Brazilian politician.
1933: Harry Browne, American politician (d. 2006).
1933: Christian Ferras, French violinist (d. 1982).
1933: Maurice Stokes, American basketball player (d. 1970).
1935: José María Gil-Robles y Gil-Delgado, Spanish politician.
1936: Ken Loach, British filmmaker.
1937: Cristina Bajo, Argentine writer.
1937: Jorge Edgardo D’Ascenzo, Argentine footballer.
1937: Egle Martin, Argentine actress, star and singer.
1937: Ted Nelson, American sociologist and philosopher.
1938: Grethe Ingmann, Danish singer (d. 1990).
1938: Satoshi Miyazaki, Japanese karate master (d. 1993).
1938: José Manuel Félix Mourinho, Portuguese footballer.
1938: Darío Silva Silva, Colombian missionary, writer and journalist.
1939: Krzysztof Zanussi, Polish filmmaker.
1940: George Akerlof, American economist, Nobel laureate in economics in 2005.
1940: Marcel Aubour, French footballer.
1940: Máximo Honorato, Chilean union leader.
1940: Chuck Rainey, American bassist.
1942: Mohamed el-Baradei, Egyptian politician.
1942: Alberto Santofimio, Colombian politician.
1943: Newt Gingrich, American politician.
1943: Barry Manilow, American singer.
1943: Vicente Pelechano, Spanish psychologist.
1943: Ramón Pellín García, Spanish radio host.
1943: Burt Rutan, American engineer.
1943: Luis Guillermo Vélez, Colombian politician and economist (d. 2007).
1944: Santiago López Castillo, Spanish journalist.
1944: Bill Rafferty, American comedian (d. 2012).
1944: María Teresa Ramírez, Colombian writer and historian.
1945: Frank Ashmore, American actor.
1945: Rosa María Calaf, Spanish journalist.
1945: Tommy Franks, American general.
1945: Ken Livingstone, British politician.
1945: Eddy Merckx, Belgian cyclist.
1946: Eduardo Camano, Argentine politician.
1946: Ernie Eves, Canadian politician.
1946: Salvador Ordónez, Spanish geologist.
1946: Alun Armstrong, British actor.
1947: Linda Chavez, American writer.
1947: Juan Antonio Rubio, Spanish actor.
1947: Paul Young, British singer and musician, of the band Sad Café (d. 2000).
1948: Joaquín Almunia, Spanish politician.
1948: David Concepción, Venezuelan baseball player.
1948: Sho Kosugi, Japanese martial arts fighter.
1949: Tom Corbett, American politician.
1949: Alda Lazo Ríos, Peruvian sociologist, preacher and politician.
1949: Snakefinger, British musician, of the band The Residents.
1950: José Luis García Martín, Spanish poet and literary critic.
1950: William Gómez, Costa Rican journalist (d. 2012).
1950: Lee Tamahori, New Zealand film director.
1951: Starhawk, American writer and activist.
1951: Paul McGuinness, Irish German talent manager.
1952: Sergio Marchionne, Italian businessman.
1954: Mark Linn-Baker, American actor.
1956: Edgar Jones, American basketball player.
1957: Phil Chevron, Irish guitarist (The Pogues) (d. 2013).
1957: Pedro Romo, Mexican actor and comedian.
1958: Jello Biafra, American musician.
1958: Bobby Farrelly, American filmmaker.
1959: Nikos Stavropoulos, Greek basketball player and coach.
1959: Adrie van der Poel, Dutch cyclist.
1959: Kazuki Yao, Japanese actor.
1960: Adrián Campos, Spanish Formula 1 driver.
1960: Thomas Haden Church, American actor.
1960: Jan Wouters, Dutch footballer.
1961: Joaquín Parra, Spanish footballer.
1961: Koichi Yamadera, Japanese actor.
1962: Gabriel Ángel Villa Vahos, Titular Bishop of Ocana.
1962: Michael Monroe, Finnish musician, of the band Hanoi Rocks.
1963: Christophe Barratier, French filmmaker, screenwriter and musician.
1963: Greg Kinnear, American actor.
1963: Joaquín Otero, Spanish politician.
1964: Rinaldo Capello, Italian racing driver.
1964: Michael Gross, German swimmer.
1964: Fabio Manes, Argentine journalist and television host (d. 2014).
1965: José Óscar Herrera, Uruguayan soccer player.
1965: Mario Duarte, Colombian actor and singer.
1966: Christy Canyon, American porn actress.
1966: Aitor Etxaburu, Spanish handball player.
1966: El Turco Naím, Argentine actor and comedian.
1966: Jason Patric, American actor.
1967: Javier Barrientos Grandon, Spanish lawyer.
1967: Terry Davis, American basketball player.
1967: Eric Stefani, American musician, of the band No Doubt.
1967: Tori Welles, American porn actress.
1968: Luis Barbat, Uruguayan soccer player.
1968: Luka Pavićević, Serbian basketball player.
1968: Mari Sano artist, Japanese charanguist.
1968: Minoru Suzuki, Japanese fighter.
1969: Ruth Infarinato, Argentine actress and presenter.
1969: Roberto Laiseka, Spanish cyclist.
1969: Claudia Pavlovich, Mexican politician.
1969: Ilia Tsimbalar, Russian footballer.
1969: Daniel Peredo, Peruvian sports journalist and narrator. (f. 2018)
1969: Paul Tergat, Kenyan marathon runner.
1969: Alberto Undurraga, Chilean politician.
1970: Will Forte, American actor and screenwriter.
1970: Popeye Jones, American basketball player.
1970: Sasha Sokol, Mexican singer and actress.
1971: Coco Echagüe, Uruguayan actor and presenter.
1971: Neil Emblen, British footballer and coach.
1971: Dominic Rowan, British actor.
1971: Paulina Rubio, Mexican singer.
1971: Marcos Saback, Brazilian guitarist.
1972: Markus López, Mexican soccer player.
1972: Bjorn Tore Kvarme, Norwegian footballer.
1973: Krayzie Bone, American rapper, of the band Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.
1973: Mario Delgado Carrillo, Mexican politician and economist.
1973: Louis Leterrier, French filmmaker.
1973: Leander Paes, Indian tennis player.
1974: Javiera Contador, actress and Chilean television presenter.
1974: Marco Antonio Barrera, Mexican boxer.
1975: Chloe Jones, American model and actress (f. 2005).
1975: Nestor Pitana, Argentine soccer referee.
1975: Shaheen Sheik, Hindu actress and singer.
1975: Juan Carlos Valerón, Spanish footballer.
1976: Scott Adkins, British actor.
1976: Carolina Pascual, Spanish gymnast.
1976: Piotr Svidler, Russian chess player.
1977: Ahmed Azimov, orientalist and Russian journalist.
1978: Esteban Paulón, Argentine activist.
1979: Young Maylay, American rapper.
1979: Aleksandr Motyliov, Russian chess player.
1979: Nick Rimando, American footballer.
1980: Carlinhos, Brazilian soccer player.
1980: Kimeru, Japanese musician.
1980: Venus Williams, American tennis player.
1982: Arthur Darvill, British actor.
1982: Alex Rodrigo Dias da Costa, Brazilian soccer player.
1982: Patricio Valladares, Chilean filmmaker, actor and writer.
1983: Walter Gigena, Argentine footballer.
1983: Kazunari Ninomiya, Japanese actor and singer.
1983: Lee Ryan, British singer, of the band Blue.
1984: John Gallagher, Jr., American actor and singer.
1984: Luis Antonio Jiménez Garcés, Peruvian footballer.
1984: Chris Weidman, American wrestler.
1985: Marcos Baghdatis, Cypriot tennis player.
1985: Rafael Sóbis, Brazilian soccer player.
1985: Diego Souza, Brazilian soccer player.
1986: Apoula Edel, Armenian footballer.
1986: Ernesto Galán, Spanish footballer.
1986: Marie Avgeropoulos Canadian actress.
1986: Éder Jordán, Bolivian soccer player.
1987: Rebecca Breeds, Australian actress.
1987: Román González, Nicaraguan boxer.
1987: Kendrick Lamar, American rapper, of the band Black Hippy.
1987: Nozomi Tsuji, Japanese singer, of the band Morning Musume Minimoni.
1988: Andrew Ogilvy, Australian basketball player.
1988: Stephanie Rice, Australian swimmer.
1989: Queralt Castellet, Spanish snowboarder.
1990: Jordan Henderson, British footballer.
1990: Joel Robles, Spanish footballer.
1990: Tom Scurr, British actor.
1990: Alán Dzagóyev, Russian footballer.
1992: Diego Ftacla, Argentine soccer player.