03/06 Birthday - Zodiac Information

June 3 Zodiac


People born on June 3 like to change their place of residence and profession.

Horoscope and personality for those born on June 3

Intelligent, talkative, lively and with a special ability for travel and change of environment, with a certain tendency to the nomadic life.

Imperious, restless, active, energetic people - they show diplomatic skills and can skillfully find their way of life. They often display a certain ancestral character, although they are usually willingly sacrificed for others. They can be indifferent, cold, whimsical.

The best profession for people born on this day is related to intellectual work, the press, journalism, teaching or travel. They also show unusual skill in manual work and have artistic abilities. Their flaws: they are somewhat vindictive, irritable, and even easily annoyed.

They enjoy sterile arguments and irrelevant disputes. These defects are more prominent in people born during the day. What threatens them? Cooperation and relationships with others will be somewhat difficult for them. They may not be able to turn around excessive changes, whether internal or caused by life events. In such a case, your life is spent in distractions and entertainment.

Zodiac sign for those born on June 3

If your birthday is June 3, your zodiac sign is  Gemini

June 3 - personality and character

character:  good, independent, hard-working, enemy, mean, despicable;
profession:  model, firefighter, architect;
colors:  beige, purple, daffodil;
stone:  pearl;
animal:  camel;
plant:  red oak;
lucky numbers:  5,14,16,24,26,27
super lucky number:  32

Holidays and observances - June 3

  • World bicycle Day
  • Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina: Italian Immigrant Day. Law 24,561

June 3 Celebrity birthdays. Who was born the same day as you?

1901: José Lins do Rego, Brazilian writer and journalist (d. 1957).
1903: Pedro García de la Huerta Matte, Chilean politician (f. 1994).
1906: Josephine Baker, French singer and dancer (d. 1975).
1910: Wilfred Thesiger, British explorer and writer (d. 2003).
1911: Paulette Goddard, American actress (f. 1990).
1913: Pedro Mir, Dominican national poet (f. 2000).
1916: Aldo Zeoli, Argentine military and astronautical engineer (f. 2003).
1922: Alain Resnais, French filmmaker (d. 2014).
1924: Olga Lamas, tango singer, with a humorous repertoire (f. 1988).
1924: Jimmy Rogers, American blues musician.
1924: Torsten Wiesel, Swedish researcher, 1981 Nobel Prize winner for medicine and physiology (d. 1997).
1925: Tony Curtis, American actor (d. 2010).
1926: Allen Ginsberg, American poet (d. 1997).
1927: Eliseo Mourino, Argentine soccer player (d. 1961).
1928: Donald Judd, American sculptor (d. 1994).
1929: Werner Arber, Swiss microbiologist, 1978 Nobel Prize winner for physiology or medicine.
1930: Marion Zimmer Bradley, American writer (d. 1999).
1931: Raúl Castro, Cuban politician and revolutionary, brother of Fidel Castro (1926-2016) and president of Cuba between 2008 and 2018.
1931: Walter Malosetti, Argentine jazz guitarist and composer (f. 2013).
1931: John Norman, American science fiction writer.
1931: Lindy Remigino, American athlete.
1933: Roberto Bodegas, Spanish filmmaker.
1933: Anthony Harvey, American filmmaker.
1935: Carlos Jiménez Villarejo, Spanish jurist.
1935: Imanol Murua, Spanish politician (f. 2008).
1936: Larry McMurtry, American novelist and screenwriter.
1936: Enric Gensana, Spanish footballer (d. 2005).
1939: Steve Dalkowski, American baseball player.
1939: Marcos Velásquez, Uruguayan musician and poet (d. 2010).
1942: Curtis Mayfield, American musician (d. 1999).
1943: Billy Cunningham, American basketball player.
1944: Edith McGuire, American athlete.
1944: Tony Vilas, Argentine actor (f. 2013).
1945: Isabel de los Ángeles Ruano, Guatemalan writer and poet.
1946: Michael Clarke American musician, of the band The Byrds.
1946: Penelope Wilton, British actress.
1947: Mickey Finn, British percussionist, of the band T. Rex.
1948: Carlos Franzetti, Argentine composer, pianist and arranger, winner of a Latin Grammy award.
1950: Frédéric François, Italian singer and composer.
1950: Suzi Quatro, American singer and actress.
1952: Billy Powell, American keyboardist, of the Lynyrd Skynyrd band.
1954: Dulce (f. 2003) and Inma Chacón, Spanish writers.
1954: Jiri Georg Dokoupil, German avant-garde painter, born in Czechoslovakia.
1954: Claudio Hohmann, Chilean engineer and politician.
1954: Angela Irene, Argentine folk singer.
1956: Danny Wilde, American musician, of the band The Rembrandts.
1961: Lawrence Lessig, American lawyer and writer.
1962: Susannah Constantine, British fashion consultant.
1964: Doro, German singer, of the band Warlock.
1964: Kerry King, American guitarist, of the band Slayer.
1964: James Purefoy, British actor.
1967: Takehiro Ohno, Japanese-Argentine chef.
1970: Peter Tägtgren, Swedish musician, of the Hypocrisy band.
1973: Sargis Sargsian, Armenian tennis player.
1973: Tonmi Lillman, American musician, of the band Lordi.
1973: Sebastián Teysera, Uruguayan singer, from the band La Vela Puerca.
1974: Kelly Jones, Welsh singer, of the band Stereophonics.
1974: Martín Karpan, Argentine actor.
1975: Russel Hobbs, American drummer, of the Gorillaz band.
1977: Cristiano Marques Gomes, Brazilian soccer player.
1979: Redimi2 (Willy González Cruz), Dominican Christian rap singer.
1982: Yelena Isinbáyeva, Russian athlete.
1983: Javiera Mena, Chilean singer-songwriter, producer and musician.
1985: Papiss Cissé, Senegalese footballer.
1985: Dan Ewing, Australian actor.
1985: Tavion La’Corey Mathis, American singer, of the band Pretty Ricky.
1985: Łukasz Piszczek, Polish footballer.
1986: Rafael Nadal, Mallorcan tennis player.
1986: Al Horford, Dominican basketball player.
1987: Lalaine, American actress and singer.
1987: Masami Nagasawa, Japanese actress.
1988: Tomomi Nakagawa, Japanese singer.
1989: Imogen Poots, British actress.
1989: Megu, Japanese singer, of the band Negicco.
1991: Natasha Dupeyrón, Mexican actress.
1992: Mario Götze, German footballer.
1998: Logan Fabbro, Canadian actress and dancer.