06/03 Birthday - Zodiac Information

March 6 Zodiac

People born on March 6 can be successful in business because of their caution and studiousness.

Horoscope and personality for those born on March 6

They are patient and distrustful people, so things rarely go wrong in their hands. What they can do with their work and energy, they do with patience.

They show an attachment to family and home, which is especially important to them. They can be noble and affectionate towards their families, and anxious and stubborn when defending their relatives. By their nature, they show a tendency to strong feelings and sacrifices for their loved ones. It should be added that they are quite uncomfortable and changeable people.

This birthday shows two extremes: the first shows a real life ambition, and the second yearns for too great feats and a prominent position. They have everything to be able to be in positions of power ... but also to lose it quickly. They can also make a good life by cooperating with others.

The undeveloped type exhibits a new and unusual mental environment. All people who are born on this day become more and more sensitive. So they are at risk of being dominated by stronger individuals. The flaw of this birthday is that it is possible to influence them enormously. They are also at risk in their arguments and fights despite their gentle and kind nature.

Zodiac sign for those born on March 6

If your birthday is March 6, your zodiac sign is  Pisces

March 6 - personality and character

character:  uncompromising, kind, respectable, cunning, unwary, fearful;
profession:  astrophysicist, inventor, judge;
colors:  orange, cream, white;
stone:  topaz;
animal:  eel;
plant:  ficus tree;
lucky numbers:  15,24,29,39,45,53
super lucky number:  18

Holidays and observances - March 6

  • European Speech Therapy Day.
  • Biscuit day (bisquet).

March 6 Birthdays of celebrities. Who was born the same day as you?

1900: Lefty Grove, American baseball player.
1900: Gina Cigna, Italian soprano (d. 2001)
1900: Abraham Shlonsky, Ukrainian-Israeli poet and editor (d. 1973).
1902: Germán Vergara Donoso, Chilean lawyer and politician.
1903: Kojun, Japanese empress.
1904: José Antonio Aguirre, Spanish politician.
1905: Enrique García Sayán, Peruvian politician (d. 1978).
1905: Bob Wills, American singer and actor (d. 1975).
1906: Lou Costello, American actor.
1910: Eduardo Caballero Calderón, Colombian novelist and politician.
1910: Ejler Bille, Danish artist.
1917: Will Eisner, American cartoonist and graphic novelist.
1917: Samael Aun Weor (Víctor Manuel Gómez Rodríguez), writer and Colombian Gnostic leader.
1917: Frankie Howerd, British actor (d. 1992).
1920: María Maluenda, Chilean actress and politician (d. 2011).
1924: Ottmar Walter, German footballer (d. 2013).
1925: Wes Montgomery, American jazz guitarist.
1926: Alan Greenspan, American economist.
1926: Andrzej Wajda, Polish filmmaker.
1927: Gabriel García Márquez, Colombian writer, Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982 (f. 2014).
1928: Zoe Ducós, Argentine actress (f. 2002).
1930: Lorin Maazel, French-American conductor and musician (d. 2014).
1930: Fernando Quinones, Spanish writer.
1931: Everett Rogers, American sociologist.
1932: Bronisław Geremek, Polish historian and politician (d. 2008).
1933: Mariano Arana, Uruguayan politician.
1933: Héctor Luis Gradassi, Argentine motorist (d. 2003).
1936: Florentino Fernández, Cuban professional boxer, who comes to discuss the world light heavyweight title in 1961 against Gene Fullmer.
1936: Angelino Fons, Spanish screenwriter and filmmaker.
1936: Choummaly Sayasone, president of Laos.
1937: José Francisco Pena Gómez, Dominican politician.
1937: Valentina Tereshkova, Soviet cosmonaut.
1939: Canelita Medina, Venezuelan singer.
1939: Margarita de Borbón, Spanish aristocrat.
1944: Kiri Te Kanawa, New Zealand soprano.
1946: David Gilmour, British guitarist, of the Pink Floyd band.
1944: Mary Wilson, American singer, of the band The Supremes.
1947: Dick Fosbury, American athlete.
1947: Rob Reiner, American actor and filmmaker.
1951: Gerrie Knetemann, Dutch cyclist.
1954: Harald Schumacher, German footballer.
1956: Jorge Nisco, Argentine filmmaker and television director.
1957: Yoshiyuki Matsuoka, Japanese judoka.
1959: Lobo Carrasco, professional soccer player.
1959: Tom Arnold, American actor, screenwriter and comedian.
1960: Walter Giardino, Argentine guitarist, of the band Rata Blanca.
1962: Ignacio Santos, Cuban journalist, nationalized from Costa Rica.
1964: Madonna Wayne Gacy, American musician.
1964: Sandro Rosell i Feliu, Spanish president of the Barcelona Football Club.
1967: Julio Bocca, Argentine dancer.
1968: Carlos Mac Allister, Argentine soccer player and politician.
1968: Michael Romeo, American guitarist, of the band Symphony X.
1969: Andrea Elson, American actress.
1969: Álvaro Fernández Armero, Spanish filmmaker.
1970: Chris Broderick, American guitarist, of the band Megadeth.
1971: Darrick Martin, American basketball player.
1971: Sean Morley, Canadian professional wrestler.
1972: Shaquille O’Neal, American basketball player.
1973: Michael Finley, American basketball player.
1973: Peter Lindgren, Swedish guitarist, of the band Opeth.
1975: Aracely Arámbula, Mexican actress and singer.
1976: Kenneth Anderson, American professional wrestler.
1977: Ernesto D’Alessio, Mexican actor and singer.
1977: Paquillo Fernández, Spanish marching runner.
1979: Klovis Herboso, Bolivian singer.
1979: Tim Howard, American footballer.
1981: Ellen Muth, American actress.
1983: Andranik Teymourian, Iranian footballer.
1984: Daniel de Ridder, Dutch footballer.
1985: Alaska Thunderfuck 5000, American drag queen.
1986: Jake Arrieta, American baseball player.
1986: Nahuel Pérez Biscayart, Argentine actor.
1986: Francisco Cervelli, Italian-Venezuelan baseball player.
1987: Kevin-Prince Boateng, Ghanaian footballer.
1988: Paloma Bloyd, Spanish actress.
1988: Agnes Carlsson, Swedish singer.
1989: Agnieszka Radwanska, Polish tennis player.
1990: Clara Lago, Spanish actress.
1991: Rodrigo Moreno Machado, Hispanic-Brazilian soccer player.
1994: Marcus Smart, American basketball player.
1996: Timo Werner, German footballer.