28/06 Birthday - Zodiac Information

June 28 Zodiac

People born on June 28 are sensitive, loving, a little careless, and fond of poses.

Horoscope and personality for those born on June 28

They enjoy showing their best possible side in everything. They are a proposal of visual arts, beautiful decorations, elegant costumes and beautiful surroundings.

They are quite vain people, which is quickly noticed by their environment. They are eccentric and enjoy posing. It should be noted, however, that they are even impatient. Noble, kind to others, attached to their home, fond of comforts and harmonious surroundings. Sensitive, loving and affable, they are characterized by a good memory.

They are a bit clumsy, but can develop great power and activity. At that point, they persistently stick to their goals and tasks. Although they have a good heart, they are careless and flamboyant, which hurts them. They know how to live and tend to extremes and excesses.

They have a pretty risky attitude and enjoy adventures. Whatever you decide in life, you can achieve it. They successfully achieve wealth, but are often unable to use it properly. Their trips, both land and sea, allow them to develop and reach a high cultural level. His body is not particularly resistant and he is very sensitive.

Zodiac sign for those born on June 28

If your birthday is June 28, your zodiac sign is  Cancer

June 28 - personality and character

character:  impeccable, intelligent, natural, brutal, selfish, dissipated
profession:  farmer, policeman, hairdresser
colors:  olive, silver, beige
stone:  ruby
animal:  starfish
plant:  linden trees
lucky numbers:  12,17,31,42,43,58
super lucky number:  33

Holidays and observances - June 28

  • International Day for Sexual Diversity.
  • International LGBT Pride Day.
  • Peru: National Cebiche Day.

June 28 Celebrity birthdays. Who was born the same day as you?

1900: Giovanni De Pra, Italian footballer (d. 1979).
1901: Antonio Acuna Carballar, Spanish politician (d. 1936).
1902: George Padmore, Trinidadian politician (d. 1959).
1902: Richard Rodgers, American composer (d. 1979).
1902: Monchín Triana, Spanish soccer player (d. 1936).
1903: André Maschinot, French footballer (d. 1963).
1904: Adrian Rollini, American musician (d. 1956).
1905: Francis Camps, British pathologist (d. 1972).
1905: Henry H. Carter, American Hispanicist (d. 2001).
1906: Maria Goeppert-Mayer, German physicist, Nobel Prize winner for physics in 1963 (d. 1972).
1907: Carlos Encinas González, Spanish painter (f. 1998).
1907: Jimmy Mundy, American jazz composer (d. 1984).
1908: Juan Carlos Thorry, Argentine actor (d. 2000).
1909: Eric Ambler, British writer (d. 1998).
1909: José Antonio Elola-Olaso, Spanish politician (d. 1976).
1909: Francisco Grande Covián, Spanish biochemist (f. 1995).
1909: José de Magalhaes Pinto, Brazilian banker and diplomat (f. 1996).
1909: Christopher Soglo, President of Benin (d. 1983).
1912: Sergiu Celibidache, Romanian conductor and musician (f. 1996).
1912: Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker, German physicist and philosopher (d. 2007).
1913: Roberto Grela, Argentine tango composer and guitarist (f. 1992).
1914: Aribert Heim, Austrian physician (d. 1992).
1915: Rafael Bernal, Mexican diplomat and writer (d. 1972).
1915: David Honeyboy Edwards, American guitarist, delta blues singer (d. 2011).
1916: Steve Calvert, American actor (d. 1991).
1916: Virgilio Rodríguez Macal, Guatemalan journalist, novelist and diplomat (f. 1964).
1917: Stella Inda, Mexican actress and writer (f. 1995).
1918: Maxine Stuart, American actress (d. 2013).
1919: Alfredo Vera Vera, Ecuadorian politician (f. 1999).
1921: PV Narasimha Rao, Indian politician (d. 2004).
1922: Mauro Bolognini, Italian filmmaker (d. 2004).
1922: Robert Campbell, Scottish footballer and coach (d. 2009).
1923: Tomás Asiain, Spanish composer (f. 1989).
1923: Howard E. Bigelow, American mycologist (d. 1987).
1923: Conte Candoli, American trumpeter (d. 2001).
1923: Pete Candoli, American trumpeter (d. 2008).
1923: Antonio Hernández Carpe, Spanish painter (f. 1977).
1923: Giff Roux, American basketball player (d. 2011).
1924: Manuel López Villasenor, Spanish painter (f. 1996).
1925: Severino Díaz, Argentine soccer referee (d. 2008).
1925: León Droz Blanco, Venezuelan military man (d. 1954).
1925: Giselher Klebe, German composer (d. 2009).
1925: Fidel Tello Repiso, Spanish painter.
1926: Mel Brooks, American screenwriter, actor and filmmaker.
1927: Jesús Nieto, Spanish dubbing actor (d. 1996).
1927: F. Sherwood Rowland, American scientist (d. 2012).
1927: Enrique Velasco Ibarra, Mexican politician (d. 2010).
1928: Hans Blix, Swedish diplomat and politician.
1928: Don Dubbins, American actor (d. 1991).
1928: John S. Bell, American physicist (d. 1990).
1929: Antonio Ferraz, Spanish cyclist.
1929: Tomás Marco Nadal, Spanish cartoonist (f. 2000).
1929: Glenn D. Paige, American political scientist.
1930: Taty Almeida, Argentine writer and activist, member of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo.
1930: José Luis Artetxe, Spanish footballer.
1930: Fernando Delgado, Spanish actor (d. 2009).
1930: Norma Fontenla, Argentine dancer (d. 1971).
1930: Itamar Franco, Brazilian politician of Italian origin (d. 2011).
1930: Jack Gold, British filmmaker.
1930: Horacio Gómez Bolanos, Mexican actor (f. 1999).
1931: Bobby Hurley, American basketball player.
1931 - Junior Johnson, American racing driver.
1931: Enrique Monsonís, Spanish politician (f. 2011).
1932: Attila L. Borhidi, Hungarian botanist and politician.
1932: Carlos Hayre, Peruvian composer (d. 2012).
1932: Pat Morita, American actor (f. 2005).
1934: Carl Levin, American lawyer and politician.
1934: Jordi Parra, Spanish basketball player, coach and manager.
1936: Chuck Howley, American football player.
1937: Richard Bright, American actor (d. 2006).
1937: Carlos Monden, Chilean actor (d. 2011).
1937: Juan José Saer, Argentine novelist (d. 2005).
1938: Leon Panetta, American politician.
1938: Moy Yat, Chinese martial artist (d. 2001).
1939: Pedro Luis Barcia, Argentine linguist.
1939: Tata Cedrón, composer and musician of Argentine tango.
1940: José Sanchis Sinisterra, Spanish playwright.
1940: Muhammad Yunus, Bengali banker and economist.
1941: David Lloyd Johnston, Canadian academic, lawyer and politician.
1941: Clifford Luyk, Spanish basketball player.
1941: Guadalupe Trigo, Mexican guitarist, singer, actor and composer (d. 1982).
1942: David Kopay, American football player.
1942: Pedro Navascués, Spanish historian.
1942: Rupert Sheldrake, British writer, parapsychologist and biochemist.
1942: Frank Zane, American bodybuilder.
1943: Pietro Guerra, Italian cyclist.
1943: Donald Johanson, American paleoanthropologist.
1943: Klaus von Klitzing, German physicist, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1985.
1943: Ismael Laguna, Panamanian boxer.
1943: Alfonso Santisteban, Spanish conductor and composer (f. 2013).
1944: Colette Cusset, French botanist.
1944: Philippe Druillet, French cartoonist.
1944: Luis Alberto Nicolao, Argentine swimmer.
1944: Carlos Palenque, singer, television presenter and Bolivian politician (f. 1997).
1944: Luis del Val, Spanish journalist.
1945: Raul Seixas, Brazilian musician (d. 1989).
1946: Bruce Davison, American actor and filmmaker.
1946: Jaime Guzmán, Chilean politician (f. 1991).
1946: Gilda Radner, American actress and singer (d. 1989).
1947: Peter Abrahams, American writer.
1947: Robin Ian MacDonald Dunbar, British anthropologist.
1948: Kathy Bates, American actress.
1948: Sergey Bodrov, Russian-American filmmaker.
1949: Don Baylor, American baseball coach.
1949: Jorge Bonaldi, Uruguayan guitarist, singer and composer.
1949: Tom Owens, American basketball player.
1950: David Lanz, American pianist.
1950: Juan Pascualli Gómez, Mexican engineer and politician (d. 2010).
1950: Francisca Pleguezuelos Aguilar, Spanish politician.
1950: Mauricio Rojas, Swedish-Chilean economist and politician.
1951: Walter Alva Alva, Peruvian archaeologist.
1951: Lalla Ward, British actress and writer.
1952: Tomás Boy, Mexican soccer player.
1952: Pietro Mennea, Italian athlete and politician (d. 2013).
1952: Jean-Christophe Rufin, French physician, writer, academic and diplomat.
1952: Raúl Wensel, Argentine footballer and coach.
1953: Aída Ayala, Argentine journalist.
1953: Héctor Raúl Rondán, Uruguayan cyclist.
1954: Anna Birulés, Spanish politician and business executive.
1954: Alice Krige, British actress.
1954: Mario Marín Torres, Mexican politician.
1954: Valentina Quintero, Venezuelan television presenter.
1954: Benoît Sokal, Belgian cartoonist and video game designer.
1955: Álvaro Cuesta, Spanish politician.
1955: Thomas Hampson, American baritone.
1956: Bakir Izetbegović, Bosnian politician.
1956: Helmut Kickton, German choir director and organist.
1957: Luis Pagani, Argentine businessman.
1957: Gueorgui Purvanov, Bulgarian president.
1957: Jim Spanarkel, American basketball player.
1958: Raúl Durán Reveles, Mexican architect and politician (d. 1996).
1959: Raúl Vallejo, Ecuadorian writer and politician.
1960: Gabriel Donoso, Chilean polo player (f. 2006).
1960: John Elway, American football player.
1961: Jeff Malone, American basketball player and coach.
1961: Víctor Emilio Masalles Pere, Spanish bishop, economist and theologian.
1961: Willy Müller, Argentine architect.
1962: Anisoara Cusmir-Stanciu, Ruaman athlete.
1963: Marco Barrientos, Mexican singer.
1963: Charlie Clouser, American keyboardist and composer (Nine Inch Nails).
1963: Beverley Craven, American singer.
1963: Babatunde Fashola, Nigerian politician and lawyer.
1964: Daniel Giacomino, Argentine politician.
1964: Mitsuaki Madono, Japanese actor.
1965: Luis Abarca, Chilean soccer player.
1965: Teté Delgado, Spanish artist and actress.
1965: Jessica Hecht, American actress.
1965: Cyril Makanaky, Cameroonian footballer.
1965: Raúl Quintillán, Spanish keyboard player (Federal Airlines).
1965: Joaquín Talismán, Spanish musician.
1966: John Cusack, American actor.
1966: Andrew Lang, American basketball player.
1966: Asa Larsson, Swedish writer.
1966: Mary Stuart Masterson, American actress.
1967: Gil Bellows, Canadian actor.
1967: Miguel Ángel Martínez Torres, Spanish cyclist.
1967: Lars Riedel, German athlete.
1967: Myriam Seco, Spanish archaeologist and Egyptologist.
1968: Luis Cansino, Spanish baritone.
1968: Chayanne, singer and Puerto Rican actor.
1968: Otto, Brazilian singer.
1968: Jay Schroeder, American football player.
1968: Adam Woodyatt, British actor.
1969: Marcela Carvajal, Colombian actress and director.
1969: Stéphane Chapuisat, Swiss footballer.
1969: Ayelet Zurer, American actress.
1970: Oliver Hartmann, American guitarist, of the band At Vance.
1970: Akiko Kimura, Japanese voice actor.
1970: Roope Latvala, Finnish guitarist.
1971: Fabien Barthez, French footballer.
1971: Bobby Hurley, American basketball player.
1971: Elon Musk, American physicist and entrepreneur.
1972: Pity Álvarez, Argentine singer-songwriter, of the band Intoxicados.
1972: Ngô B? O Châu, Vietnamese mathematician.
1972: Julie Doiron, Canadian singer and songwriter.
1972: Óscar Esquivias, Spanish writer.
1972: Jon Heidenreich, American wrestler.
1972: David Hyatt, American programmer.
1972: Mark Merklein, American tennis player.
1972: Alessandro Nivola, American actor.
1972: Jorge San Esteban, Argentine footballer.
1973: Eduardo Aldán, Spanish television presenter, comedian and actor.
1973: [Sergio A. Ruiz Osorno] black belt karate do, embalming histopathologist technician, chess player.
1973: MisterChip (Alexis Martín-Tamayo), journalist and sports data expert.
1973: Alberto Berasategui, Spanish tennis player.
1973: Kjetil-Vidar Haraldstad, Norwegian bassist, of the band Satyricon.
1973: Lourdes Maldonado, Spanish journalist and presenter.
1973: Carlos Martínez Mínguez, Spanish politician.
1974: Manola Diez, Mexican actress.
1974: Rob Dyrdek, skateboarder and American actor.
1975: Ning Baizura, Malaysian singer.
1975: Richard Hidalgo, Venezuelan baseball player.
1975: Mercedes Margalot, Argentine field hockey player.
1975: Alicia Murillo, Spanish artist and activist.
1975: Jon Nödtveidt, Norwegian singer, songwriter and guitarist, of the band Dissection (d. 2006).
1976: Shinobu Asagoe, Japanese tennis player.
1976: Sheila Herrero, Spanish skater.
1976: Hans Sarpei, Ghanaian footballer.
1976: Satam al-Suqami, Saudi terrorist who participated in 9/11 (d. 2001).
1977: Measha Brueggergosman, Canadian soprano and actress.
1977: Fernando J. López, Spanish writer.
1977: Mark Stoermer, American bassist, of the band The Killers.
1978: Sergio Salas, Chilean soccer player.
1978: Ha Ji Won, South Korean actress and singer.
1979: Nélida Béjar, Spanish composer.
1979: Felicia Day, American actress and screenwriter.
1979: Alejandro Lago, Uruguayan soccer player.
1979: Tim McCord, American guitarist, of the band Evanescence.
1979: Leticia Judith Murray Acedo, Mexican model.
1979: James Spithill, Australian sailor.
1980: Maurizio Domizzi, Italian footballer.
1980: Birger Maertens, Belgian footballer.
1980: Flávio Saretta, Brazilian tennis player
1980: Rodney White, American basketball player.
1981: Vasil Kirienka, Belarusian cyclist.
1981: Guillermo Martínez López, Cuban athlete.
1981: Brandon Phillips, American baseball player.
1981: Mara Santangelo, Italian tennis player.
1981: Kevin Truckenmiller, American singer, of the band Quietdrive.
1982: Anna Allen, Spanish actress.
1982: Rorys Aragón, Ecuadorian soccer player.
1982: Diego Gallo González, Uruguayan swimmer.
1982: Marino García, Colombian footballer.
1982: Irakli Garibashvili, Georgian politician.
1982: Vladimir Potkin, Russian chess player.
1982: Sixto Rojas, Paraguayan soccer player (f. 2007).
1983: Dorge Kouemaha, Cameroonian footballer.
1983: Carolina Soto, Chilean singer.
1983: Dmitri Yakovenko, Russian chess player.
1984: Andriy Pyatov, Ukrainian footballer.
1985: Arturo Álvarez, American and Salvadoran soccer player.
1985: Gloria Aura, Mexican actress and singer.
1985: Phil Bardsley, British footballer.
1985: Raúl González Guzmán, Venezuelan soccer player.
1985: Ahmed Kantari, Moroccan footballer.
1985: Ataru Nakamura, Japanese singer and actress.
1985: Ronald Quinteros, Peruvian soccer player.
1986: Kellie Pickler, American singer.
1986: Shadia Simmons, Canadian actress.
1987: Amanda Babin, American model.
1987: Jayann Bautista, Filipino singer.
1987: John Jairo Garcés, Ecuadorian soccer player.
1987: Terrence Williams, American basketball player.
1988: Rogerio Leichtweis, Paraguayan soccer player.
1988: Nikolay Mihaylov, Bulgarian footballer.
1988: Alina Orlova, Lithuanian singer.
1988: Juana Repetto, Argentine actress, comedian and dancer.
1988: Kanon Wakeshima, Japanese singer.
1989: Sergio Asenjo, Spanish footballer.
1990: Daniel Cervantes, Mexican soccer player.
1990: Mário Figueira Fernandes, Brazilian soccer player.
1990: Nicholas Purcell, American actor.
1990: Jasmine Richards, Canadian actress and singer.
1990: Daisy Turner, British actress and model.
1991: Kevin De Bruyne, Belgian footballer.
1991: Seohyun, South Korean singer.
1991: Kang Min Hyuk, South Korean singer.
1992: Oscar Hiljemark, Swedish footballer.
1992: Raquel Rodríguez, Spanish gymnast.
1993: Bradley Beal, American basketball player.
1994: Juan Ignacio Cavallaro, Argentine soccer player.
1995: Kare Hedebrant, Swedish actor.
1995: Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, South African model and winner of the Miss South Africa 2017 and Miss Universe 2017 titles.
1995: Krizza Neri, Filipino singer.
1996: Donna Vekić, Croatian tennis player.