09/11 Birthday - Zodiac Information

November 9 Zodiac


People born on November 9 have unusually strong likes and dislikes.

Horoscope and personality for those born on November 9

They don’t keep their opinions a secret and can tell immediately if someone they know is understanding or unfriendly.

They are people who are always ready to help their friends, but their enemies must beware of their sharp sarcasm and anger, which can be relentless. They hide a powerful force and their passions are exceptionally developed. Thirsty for strange pleasures and unusual delights - they relentlessly seek them. Proud, cunning: they have a great gift for orientation.

Marriage influences them strongly and is an important event in their lives. In love, they are capable of sacrifices. The character of a woman born on this day largely depends on her mental and moral development. When she is not developed, she refuses to give in to the limitations imposed by her gender with ferocity and a tendency to exaggerate, which can affect her husband. You want to exercise your will at all costs, taking little care of the environment.

He does not hesitate or delay ... When he falls in love, he does not pay attention to the conventions of life. Ibsen described these women well in his “Hedda Gabler.” People born today are in danger of having their lives limited by various adversities. Either from their own mistakes or oversights, they may be at risk of confusion. Because their willpower is significant and they want to pursue a career, they are often successful in this area.

Zodiac sign for those born on November 9

If your birthday is on November 9, your zodiac sign is  Scorpio

November 9 - personality and character

character:  altruistic, good-hearted, honest, curious, crazy, disrespectful;
profession:  director, novelist, office worker;
colors:  silver, olive, claret;
stone:  chalcedony;
animal:  swan;
plant:  eucalyptus;
lucky numbers:  13,23,28,31,55,59
super lucky number:  3

Holidays and observances - November 9

  • Carl Sagan Day
  • Colombia: Bogotá: Bicycle Day.
  • Spain: Balaguer: Festa Major.
  • United States: World Freedom Day
  • Spain: Celebrations of the Almudena, patron saint of Madrid.
  • Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan: Feast of the national flag.
  • Spain: Tineo: Youth Day.
  • Argentina: National Day of Argentine Animation.

November 9 Celebrity birthdays. Who was born the same day as you?

1902: Anthony Asquith, British filmmaker (d. 1968).
1903: Francesc Almela i Vives, Spanish writer and historian (f. 1967).
1904: Viktor Brack, German Nazi physician (d. 1948).
1905: Erika Mann, German actress and writer (d. 1969).
1906 - Gordon Stewart Northcott, serial killer (d. 1930).
1907: Luis Fernando de Prusia, opponent of Nazism and German patron (d. 1994).
1908: Rubén Figueroa Figueroa, Mexican politician (d. 1991).
1910: Eugenia Priest of Lustig, Argentine doctor (d. 2011).
1911: Antonio Román, Spanish filmmaker (d. 1989).
1911: Diná Silveira de Queirós, Brazilian writer (d. 1982).
1914: Hedy Lamarr, Austrian actress, inventor, and telecommunications engineer (d. 2000).
1915: Sargent Shriver, American politician (d. 2011).
1918: Spiro Agnew, American vice president between 1969 and 1973 (d. 1996).
1918: Choi Hong Hi, South Korean general, co-founder of taekwondo (d. 2002).
1918: Thomas Ferebee, American military man, member of the Enola Gay crew, who carried out the first nuclear attack against the civilian population (d. 2000).
1920: Héctor Rueda Hernández, Colombian Archbishop (d. 2011).
1921: Pierrette Alarie, Canadian opera soprano (d. 2011).
1922: Dorothy Dandridge, American actress (d. 1965).
1922: Raymond Devos, French humorist (d. 2006).
1922: Imre Lakatos, Hungarian mathematician and philosopher (d. 1974).
1922: Lauro Olmo, Spanish playwright (d. 1994).
1923: Elizabeth Hawley, American journalist.
1923: James Schuyler, American poet (d. 1991).
1923: Alice Coachman, American athlete (d. 2014).
1924: Robert Frank, Swiss photographer.
1924: Joy Page, American actress (f. 2008).
1925: Giovanni Coppa, Italian cardinal (d. 2016).
1926: Vicente Aranda, Spanish filmmaker (d. 2015).
1926: Carlos Blanco Aguinaga, Spanish writer (f. 2013).
1926: Ricardo de la Cierva, Spanish historian (d. 2015).
1926: Luis Miguel Dominguín, Spanish bullfighter (f. 1996).
1926: Jesús Fernández Santos, Spanish writer and filmmaker (d. 1988).
1926: Rafael Lesmes, Spanish footballer (f. 2012).
1926: Cornelis Zitman, Dutch sculptor and draftsman (d. 2016).
1928: Ramiro Otero Lugones, Bolivian idealist (d. 2013).
1928: Anne Sexton, American poet (d. 1974).
1929: Imre Kertész, Hungarian writer, 2002 Nobel Prize winner for literature (f. 2016).
1929: Francisco Norden, Colombian filmmaker.
1930: Ignacio Ellacuría, Spanish theologian and philosopher (f. 1989).
1930: Paco Morán, Spanish actor (d. 2012).
1932: Eduardo Armstrong, founder and director of the magazine Mampato (d. 1973).
1932: Frank Selvy, American basketball player.
1934: Ingvar Carlsson, Swedish politician.
1934: Ronald Harwood, South African writer and playwright.
1934: Carl Sagan, American astronomer (d. 1996).
1935: Bob Gibson, American baseball player.
1935: Jorge Bonino, Argentine architect, actor, humorist and conceptual artist.
1936: Daniel Robert Graham, American politician.
1936: Roberto Guzmán, Mexican actor (f. 2002).
1936: Eduardo Punset, Spanish politician, writer, economist and scientific popularizer.
1936: Mikhail Tal, Latvian chess player (d. 1992).
1936: Mary Travers, American singer, of the band Peter, Paul and Mary (d. 2009).
1936: Emilio Ybarra, Spanish banker.
1937: Gilda Lousek, Argentine actress (f. 1998).
1937: Roger McGough, British poet.
1937: Maricarmen Vela, Spanish actress.
1938: Bernard Tramont, French rally driver (d. 1997).
1939: Marco Bellocchio, Italian filmmaker.
1939: Alfonso Cabeza, doctor and president of Atlético de Madrid.
1941: Tom Fogerty, American musician, of the band Creedence (d. 1990).
1943: Horacio Pagani, Argentine sports journalist.
1944: Phil May, British singer, of the band The Pretty Things.
1945: Charles Robinson, American actor.
1946: Benny Mardones, American singer-songwriter.
1946: Carlos Torres Vila, Argentine singer and composer (d. 2010).
1946: Marina Warner, British writer.
1947: Robert David Hall, American actor.
1948: Bille August, Danish filmmaker.
1948: Caloi, Argentine cartoonist and cartoonist (d. 2012).
1948: Luiz Felipe Scolari, Brazilian soccer coach.
1951: Lou Ferrigno, American bodybuilder and actor (The Incredible Hulk).
1951: Eduardo Maicas, Argentine cartoonist, graphic humorist and screenwriter.
1952: Jack Szostak, British biochemist, Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2009.
1953: José Luis Luege Tamargo, Mexican politician.
1954: José Amorín Batlle, Uruguayan senator.
1954: Genaro Celayeta, Spanish soccer player (f. 2008).
1954: Bernard Mitton, South African tennis player.
1954: Dennis Stratton, British guitarist, of the band Iron Maiden.
1955: Karen Dotrice, British actress.
1955: Rosario Fernández Figueroa, Peruvian politician.
1955: Francisco Jódar, Spanish politician.
1955: Fernando Meirelles, Brazilian filmmaker.
1959: El Negro García López, Argentine rock musician and guitarist (d. 2014).
1959: Nick Hamilton, American professional wrestling referee.
1959: Sito Pons, Spanish motorcycle racer.
1959: Thomas Quasthoff, German singer.
1960: Andreas Brehme, German footballer.
1960: Fernando Gaitán, Colombian soap opera producer and screenwriter.
1960: Joëlle Ursull, Guadeloupean singer.
1961: Enrique Hrabina, Argentine soccer player.
1961: Clota Lanzetta, Argentine businessman, artist and singer (d. 2001).
1962: Sergio Batista, Argentine soccer player.
1962: Teryl Rothery, Canadian actress.
1964: Robert Duncan McNeill, actor and director of American television.
1965: Emilio Silva, co-founder of the Association for the Recovery of Historical Memory.
1965: Bryn Terfel, Welsh baritone.
1968: Luis Mesa, Colombian actor.
1969: Sandy Denton, American singer, of the band Salt-N-Pepa.
1969: Allison Wolfe, singer-songwriter of punk rock, of the band Bratmobile.
1970: Chris Jericho, Canadian professional wrestler.
1970: Luis Lobo, Argentine tennis player.
1970: Susan Tedeschi, American singer of blues.
1970: Brad Jordan “Scarface”, American rapper.
1971: Big Pun, Puerto Rican rapper (d. 2000).
1972: Eric Dane, American actor.
1972: Florentino Fernández, Spanish showman.
1972: Naomi Shindou, Japanese voice actress.
1972: Corin Tucker, American musician, of the band Sleater-Kinney.
1973: Alyson Court, Canadian actress.
1973: Belén Esteban, Spanish television collaborator.
1973: Nick Lachey, American singer.
1973: Zisis Vryzas, Greek footballer.
1974: Alessandro Del Piero, Italian footballer.
1974: Giovanna Mezzogiorno, Italian actress.
1974: Verónica Butler (Verónica Valenzuela Cordero), Spanish writer.
1974: Joe C., American rapper (f. 2000).
1975: Maria Ribeiro, Brazilian actress.
1976: José Chatruc, Argentine footballer.
1976: Sheek Louch, American rapper.
1977: Omar Trujillo, Mexican soccer player.
1978: Steven López, American taekwondo fighter.
1978: Sisqó, African-American singer, of the band Dru Hill.
1979: Adam Dunn, American baseball player.
1979: Aitor Galdós, Spanish cyclist.
1980: Martín Ligüera, Uruguayan soccer player.
1980: Vanessa Minnillo, Philippine television presenter.
1980: Santiago Silva, Uruguayan soccer player.
1980: Óscar Vallejo, Mexican actor, guitarist and singer-songwriter.
1981: David Guapo, Spanish comedian.
1981: Jobi McAnuff, Jamaican footballer.
1981: Mart Ojavee, Estonian cyclist.
1982: Pablo Bastianini, Argentine footballer.
1982: Boaz Myhill, Welsh footballer.
1982: Arantxa Parra, Spanish tennis player.
1984: Delta Goodrem, Australian singer and actress.
1984: French Montana, Moroccan singer.
1984: Roldán Rodríguez, Spanish GP2 Series rider.
1985: Rosario Ortega, Argentine singer.
1986: Prince Tagoe, Ghanaian footballer.
1988: Nikki Blonsky, American actress.
1989: Marcus Daniell, New Zealand tennis player.
1990: Romain Bardet, French cyclist.
1990: Nosa Igiebor, Nigerian footballer.
1995: Finn Cole, British actor.
1998: Santiago Bueno, Uruguayan footballer.
1999: Karol Sevilla, Mexican actress and singer.