29/06 Birthday - Zodiac Information

June 29 Zodiac


People born on June 29 are stubborn, imperious, energetic - they can achieve greatness.

Horoscope and personality for those born on June 29

Their mental abilities are strongly developed, they are intellectuals, inventors, with extensive life experience.

They care deeply about your honor and reputation, able to achieve general recognition. Your organizational skills are prominently developed, using clear and logical methods at work. However, these people can have a slightly tyrannical demeanor.

In addition, they can become blindly adored by others, even though they care little for other people and are aggressive. At that point, they get to move on to the merit of others. They are imperious and energetic, capable of being unfair and problematic. When someone opposes them they can be very fierce and selfish. They defend the interests of their family, especially children, with great ferocity. They express sympathy for the elderly, find interest in ancient customs, old and extraordinary things.

They also like to collect souvenirs and anything that can remind them of the past. Defects: They cannot control their impulses and desires, they are selfish. In life, they can reach a position that they can use skillfully. Those who were born today, even if they come from poorer spheres, can rise in life, to a position where they should not fear their rivals.

Zodiac sign for those born on June 29

If your birthday is June 29, your zodiac sign is  Cancer

June 29 - personality and character

character:  cheerful, seeker, cheerful, crazy, prejudiced, unbridled;
profession:  tailor, director, astrologer;
colors:  gold, gray, gray;
stone:  scarlet emerald;
animal:  ferret;
plant:  sassafras tree;
lucky numbers:  11,12,24,39,42,49
super lucky number:  30

Holidays and observances - June 29

  • La Felguera, Langreo, Asturias.
  • Canet de Mar (Barcelona), municipality of the province of Barcelona.
  • San Pedro (Albacete), municipality of the province of Albacete.
  • San Pedro y San Pablo (Torredonjimeno), a local fair in this town in the province of Jaén.
  • Escoriaza, municipality of the province of Guipúzcoa.
  • San Pedro de Ceque, municipality of the province of Zamora.
  • Gijón, Romerías in honor of the patron saint of the Asturian city.
  • San Pedro de Gaíllos, municipality of the province of Segovia.
  • Sestao, municipality of the province of Vizcaya.
  • Lasarte-Oria, municipality of the province of Guipúzcoa.
  • San Pedro and San Pablo (Soria), province of Soria.
  • San Pedro de Nos, Oleiros (A Coruna).
  • Castellón de la Plana, Castellón city.
  • Reus, capital of the Baix Camp.
  • El Masnou (Barcelona), Major Festival in honor of San Pedro.
  • Rubí (Barcelona), municipality of the province of Barcelona.
  • Battle of the wine in Haro, municipality of the province of La Rioja.
  • San Pedro de los Oteros, a town in the province of León.
  • San Pedro and San Pablo (Burgos), province of Burgos.
  • San Pedro del Pinatar, municipality of the province of Murcia.
  • Zamora, capital of the homonymous province. The traditional Garlic Fair is held.

June 29 Celebrity birthdays. Who was born the same day as you?

1900: Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, French aviator and writer (d. 1944).
1901: Enrique Loedel Palumbo, Uruguayan physicist and university professor (d. 1962).
1901: José del Castillo Sáenz de Tejada, Spanish military (d. 1936).
1901: Nelson Eddy, American singer and actor (d. 1967).
1905: Manuel Altolaguirre, Spanish poet.
1906: Eva Franco, Argentine actress (f. 1999).
1906: Heinz Harmel, German general (d. 2000).
1908: Leroy Anderson, American conductor and composer.
1910: Frank Henry Loesser, composer (d. 1969).
1911: Bernard Herrmann, American conductor and composer.
1911: Bernardo de Lippe-Biesterfeld, Dutch prince consort.
1912: José Pablo Moncayo, Mexican pianist, conductor and composer.
1912: John Gawsworth, British writer (d. 1970).
1914: Rafael Kubelík, Czech conductor and composer.
1914: Christos Papakyriakopoulos, Greek mathematician and academic.
1919: Ernesto Corripio Ahumada, Mexican Catholic cardinal (f. 2008).
1919: Slim Pickens, American actor.
1920: Ray Harryhausen, American film producer (d. 2013).
1920: César Rodríguez, Spanish soccer player (f. 1995).
1921: Frédéric Dard, French writer and screenwriter (d. 2000).
1921: Jean Kent, British actress (d. 2013).
1921: Reinhard Mohn, German businessman (d. 2009).
1921: Harry Schell, American Formula 1 driver (d. 1960).
1922: Ralph Burns, American composer, conductor, arranger and pianist (d. 2001).
1922: Vasko Popa, Serbian poet and academic of Romanian origin (d. 1991).
1923: Pablo García Baena, Spanish poet.
1925: Giorgio Napolitano, Italian politician and president.
1926: Jaber Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, Kuwaiti emir (d. 2006).
1926: Jorge Enrique Adoum, Ecuadorian writer (d. 2009).
1928: Ian Bannen, British actor (d. 1999).
1929: Pat Crawford Brown, American actress.
1929: Oriana Fallaci, Italian writer and journalist (d. 2006).
1930: Robert Evans, American film producer.
1930: Slawomir Mrozek, Polish-French writer and playwright (d. 2013).
1931: Pedro Miguel Barreda Marcos, Spanish writer and historian.
1931: Jorge Edwards, Chilean poet, diplomat, journalist.
1934: Corey Allen, American filmmaker (d. 2010).
1935: José María Cuevas, Spanish businessman (f. 2008).
1936: Harmon Killebrew, American baseball player (d. 2011).
1941: Stokely Carmichael, Trinidadian-American activist (d. 1998).
1942: Paul Lorieau, Canadian optician and singer (d. 2013).
1943: Little Eva, American singer (f. 2003).
1944: Gary Busey, American actor.
1944: Andreu Mas-Colell, Spanish economist, academic and politician.
1944: Seán Patrick O’Malley, American cardinal.
1945: Chandrika Kumaratunga, Sri Lankan president between 1994 and 2005.
1945: Horacio Cordero, Argentine painter, sculptor and potter.
1946: Ernesto Pérez Balladares, Panamanian politician, president between 1994 and 1999.
1946: Egon von Fürstenberg, Swiss fashion designer (d. 2004).
1948: Sean Bergin, South African-Dutch saxophonist and flute player (d. 2012).
1948: Fred Grandy, American actor and politician.
1948: Ian Paice, British drummer, of the band Deep Purple.
1948: Jorge Barón, Colombian presenter and journalist.
1949: Joan Clos, Spanish politician.
1950: Ángel Canales, Puerto Rican singer.
1951: Don Rosa, American illustrator.
1951: Jaume Rovira Freixa, Spanish cartoonist and illustrator.
1953: Don Dokken, American singer, of the band Dokken.
1953: Colin Hay, British musician, of the band Men at Work.
1954: Leovegildo Lins da Gama Júnior, Brazilian footballer, coach and manager.
1956: Nick Fry, British economist and businessman.
1956: Pedro Caíno, Argentine cyclist (d. 2014).
1956: Pedro Santana Lopes, Portuguese politician and prime minister.
1957: María Conchita Alonso, Venezuelan actress and singer.
1957: Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow, Turkmen dentist and politician, second president of his country.
1957: Robert Forster, Australian musician, of the band The Go-Betweens.
1957: Ouka Leele Spanish photographer.
1957: Michael Nutter, American politician.
1958: Rosa Mota, Portuguese athlete.
1958: Ralf Rangnick, German footballer and manager.
1959: Buren Fowler, American guitarist, of the band Drivin N Cryin (f. 2014).
1961: Greg Hetson, American singer and guitarist, of the band Bad Religion.
1962: Amanda Donohoe, British film and television actress.
1962: Joan Laporta, lawyer, politician and Spanish soccer leader.
1962: Mario Castaneda, actor, director of dubbing and Mexican announcer.
1963: Khalid El-Masri, a German citizen of Kuwaiti origin, kidnapped by the CIA.
1963: Anne-Sophie Mutter, German violinist.
1965: Silvina Berenguer, Spanish painter.
1965: Tripp Eisen, American guitarist, of the bands Static-X and Murderdolls.
1965: Fabián Madorrán, Argentine soccer referee (f. 2004).
1965: Carlos Valencia, Ecuadorian theater, film and television actor.
1966: Yoko Kamio, Japanese writer and illustrator.
1967: Jeff Burton, American racing driver.
1967: Melora Hardin, American actress and singer.
1968: Judith Hoag, American actress and educator.
1969: Toru Hashimoto, Japanese lawyer and politician.
1969: Guillermo Padrés Elías, Mexican politician.
1971: Kaitlyn Ashley, American porn actress.
1971: Eduardo Chaktoura, Argentine journalist, writer and psychologist (d. 2015).
1972: Nawal Al-Zoghby, Lebanese singer.
1972: Samantha Smith, American pacifist, writer and actress (d. 1985).
1973: George Hincapie, American cyclist.
1975: Mónica Estarreado, Spanish actress.
1976: Antonino Fogliani, Italian conductor and musician.
1976: Bret McKenzie, New Zealand guitarist, producer, and actor.
1977: Will Kemp, British actor.
1977: Zuleikha Robinson, British actress and singer.
1978: Santos, majete boy in the background.
1978: Sam Farrar, singer and American bassist, of the band Phantom Planet.
1978: Nicole Scherzinger, singer, writer and American dancer, of the band Pussycat Dolls.
1978: Jordi Cruz Mas, Spanish cook.
1979: Yehuda Levi, Israeli actor and model.
1979: Andy O’Brien, British footballer.
1979: Abraham Paz, Spanish soccer player.
1979: Alejo Sauras, Spanish actor.
1979: Marleen Veldhuis, Dutch swimmer
1980: Katherine Jenkins, British soprano and actress.
1980: Akiko Kawase, Japanese voice actress.
1980: Martin Truex Jr., American racing driver.
1981: Joe Johnson, American basketball player.
1981: Nicolás Vuyovich, Argentine motorist (d. 2005).
1982: Giancarlo Maldonado, Venezuelan soccer player.
1982: Matthew Mercer, American voice actor, director and producer.
1982: Lily Rabe, American actress.
1983: Viviane Castro, Brazilian erotic model, businesswoman and porn actress.
1984: Christopher Egan, Australian actor.
1984: Carla Medina, presenter, actress and Mexican singer.
1986: Iya Villania, Australian-Filipino actress, singer, and dancer.
1986: José Manuel Jurado, Spanish footballer.
1986: Edward Maya, Romanian singer, songwriter and music producer.
1987: Ana Free, Portuguese singer-songwriter.
1987: Jena Lee, French singer and songwriter of Chilean origin.
1987: Luke McLean, Australian-Italian rugby player.
1988: Éver Banega, Argentine footballer.
1988: Troy Deeney, British footballer.
1988: Elnur Mammadli, Azeri martial artist.
1988: Adrian Mannarino, French tennis player.
1990: Subaru Kimura, Japanese voice actor.
1990: Yann M’Vila, French footballer.
1991: Suk Hyun-jun, South Korean footballer.
1991: Kawhi Leonard, American basketball player.
1991: Addison Timlin, American actress.
1992: Yolmer Sánchez, Venezuelan baseball player.
1992: Adam Sevani, American actor and dancer.
1994: Leandro Paredes, Argentine soccer player.