26/09 Birthday - Zodiac Information

September 26 Zodiac


People born on September 26 are kind, generally liked by others.

Horoscope and personality for those born on September 26

Their behavior is kind and friendly, which generates sympathy and trust in their environment. Sociable, helpful, with good public speaking skills.

They go on long journeys, generally with positive results. His mind is active and inquisitive, and his character is righteous. They read a lot and develop fast. The characteristic feature of these people is their great love for justice. They are capable of a significant effort in defense of truth, justice, or at least what seems so to them. Concerned, charitable, generous, they are understanding people, fond of comfort, pleasure and entertainment; they avoid routine and hard work.

Delicate, understanding, very sensitive to courtesy. They like recognition and fair evaluation of their work. It should be added that these people are self-centered, they go their own way in life according to their views and beliefs. They are generally quite pretty, with a well-built and proportionate body. They are fond of luxury. They are linked to their spouses, usually with many children. Easily guided by their feelings, they intensely experience the joy of life, sometimes to no avail.

Their speaking skills and meaningful intuition can propel them and put them in a prominent position as theorists, naturalists, and artists. Your body is generally quite healthy, but in the event of a disease, your kidneys and head could suffer more. They can form the best relationships with people who were born from May 21 to June 23 and from January 23 to February 21.

Zodiac sign for those born on September 26

If your birthday is on September 26, your zodiac sign is  Libra

September 26 - personality and character

character:  uncompromising, frank, level-headed, explosive, dismissive, excitable;
profession:  accountant, bookbinderjoiner, tiler;
colors:  purple, yellow, yellowish;
stone:  cimfano;
animal:  starfish;
plant:  Lobelia;
lucky numbers:  17,21,23,35,50,55
super lucky number:  20

Holidays and Observances - September 26

  • World Day for the Prevention of Unplanned Pregnancy in Adolescents.
  • Ecuador: Ecuador Flag Day: Tribute to the Ecuadorian Flag adopted in 1860.
  • Spain: San Millán de la Cogolla (La Rioja): Traslación festivities in honor of the transfer of the saint’s remains and the founding of the Yuso Monastery.
  • Mexico: National Organ Donation and Transplant Day.
  • International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons
  • Spain: Basconcillos del Tozo (Burgos): patronal feast in honor of San Cosme and San Damián.
  • Argentina: Trade Employee Day.
  • European Day of Languages
  • Inter-American Public Relations Day.
  • Spain: Torredonjimeno (Jaén): patronal festival in honor of San Cosme and San Damián.
  • Mexico: Xaloztoc (state of Tlaxcala): San Cosme Xaloztoc, patronal feast in honor of San Cosme and San Damián.
  • Spain: El Prat de Llobregat (Barcelona): Festa Mayor, patronal feast in honor of Saint Cosme and Saint Damien.

September 26 Celebrity birthdays. Who was born the same day as you?

1900: Suzanne Belperron, French jewelry designer (d. 1983).
1900: Vito Dumas, Argentine navigator (d. 1965).
1901: George Raft, American actor, singer and dancer (d. 1980).
1903: Santiago Gómez Cou, Uruguayan actor (d. 1984).
1905: Max Bulla, Austrian cyclist (d. 1990).
1905: Millito Navarro, Puerto Rican baseball player (d. 2011).
1905: Karl Rappan, Austrian footballer and coach (d. 1996).
1907: Anthony Blunt, British art historian and Soviet spy (d. 1983).
1914: Achille Compagnoni, Italian mountaineer (d. 2009).
1914: Jack LaLanne, American naturist (d. 2011).
1918: Eric Morley, British television presenter and businessman, creator of the Miss World pageant (d. 2000).
1918: Diego Salas Pombo, Spanish lawyer and politician (d. 1977).
1919: Barbara Britton, American actress (d. 1980).
1919: Matilde Camus, Spanish poet (d. 2012).
1919: José Gobello, Argentine writer (d. 2013).
1922: Armando Barbeito, Argentine producer.
1923: Dev Anand, Indian actor and film producer (d. 2011).
1924: Lágrima Ríos, Uruguayan singer of tango and candombe (f. 2006).
1925: Joe Holland, American basketball player (d. 2010).
1926: Julie London, American actress and singer (d. 2000).
1927: Enzo Bearzot, Italian footballer and coach (d. 2010).
1927: Romano Mussolini, Italian jazz pianist (d. 2006).
1929: Alberto Gironella, Mexican painter (f. 1999).
1930: Fritz Wunderlich, German tenor (d. 1966).
1930: Michele Giordano, Italian cardinal (d. 2010).
1930: Tito Fernández, Spanish filmmaker.
1931: Stanislas Dombeck, French footballer (d. 2013).
1932: Donna Douglas, American actress (d. 2015).
1932: Alicia Hermida, Spanish actress.
1932: Richard Herd, American actor.
1932: Manmohan Singh, Indian Prime Minister.
1932: Vladimir Voinovich, Russian dissident writer and poet.
1936: Winnie Madikizela, South African politician.
1936: Luis Fernando Veríssimo, Brazilian writer.
1936: Pedro Antonio Urbina, Spanish poet, writer, film critic and translator.
1937: Valentin Pavlov, Soviet politician and banker, Premier of the Soviet Union (d. 2003).
1937: Jerry Weintraub, American film producer and agent (d. 2015).
1938: Lucette Aldous, New Zealand-Australian dancer and educator.
1939: Ricky Tomlinson, British actor and screenwriter.
1939: Adelardo Rodríguez, Spanish soccer player.
1941: Salvatore Accardo, Italian conductor and violinist.
1941: Martine Beswick, Jamaican-British model and actress.
1942: Emilio Gutiérrez Caba, Spanish filmmaker.
1942: Kent McCord, American actor.
1943: Tim Schenken, Australian pilot.
1944: Jan Brewer, American politician, Governor of Arizona.
1945: Gal Costa, Brazilian singer.
1945: Bryan Ferry, British rock singer.
1946: Andrea Dworkin, American activist and writer (d. 2005).
1946: Louise Simonson, American writer.
1947: Lynn Anderson, American singer and musician.
1948: John Foxx, British singer-songwriter, guitarist and keyboardist.
1948: Olivia Newton-John, Australian singer and actress of British origin.
1949: Clodoaldo, Brazilian soccer player.
1949: Jane Smiley, American writer and novelist.
1949: Eduardo Gatti, Chilean singer-songwriter and musician.
1949: Minette Walters, British journalist and writer.
1951: Stuart Tosh, British musician.
1953: Xabier Azkargorta, Spanish soccer coach.
1953: Guillermo Yunge, former student leader and Chilean deputy, ambassador of Costa Rica during the attack on the embassy.
1954: Alice, Italian singer.
1954: Craig Chaquico, American guitarist.
1955: Carlene Carter, American singer-songwriter and guitarist.
1956: Linda Hamilton, American actress.
1957: Klaus Augenthaler, German footballer.
1958: Darby Crash, American singer-songwriter (d. 1980).
1958: Robert Kagan, American historian.
1959: Deborah Warren, Argentine actress (d. 2014).
1960: Uwe Bein, German footballer.
1962: Melissa Sue Anderson, American actress.
1962: Peter Foster, Australian criminal.
1962: Jordi González, Spanish journalist.
1962: Mark Haddon, British writer and poet.
1962: Steve Moneghetti, Australian runner.
1962: Al Pitrelli, American guitarist, of the band Megadeth.
1962: Tracey Thorn, British singer and songwriter.
1962: Jacky Wu, Taiwanese singer, television presenter and actor.
1963: Lysette Anthony, British actress and producer.
1964: Les Claypool, American musician.
1964: Raquel Mancini, Argentine model.
1964: John Tempesta, American drummer.
1965: Alexandra Lencastre, Portuguese actress.
1965: Petro Poroshenko, Ukrainian businessman and politician, 5th president of his country.
1966: Dean Butterworth, British-American drummer.
1967: Shannon Hoon, American singer, songwriter and guitarist (d. 1995).
1968: Jim Caviezel, American actor.
1969: David Slade, British director and producer.
1970: Marco El Diablo Etcheverry, Bolivian soccer player.
1970: Vicente Luis Mora, Spanish writer.
1970: Sheri Moon Zombie (Sheri Lyn Skurkis), American actress and fashion designer
1971: Alejandro Fantino, Argentine television host and sports journalist.
1972: Ras Kass, American rapper.
1972: Alfonso Pérez Munoz, Spanish footballer.
1972: Shawn Stockman, American singer, of the band Boyz II Men.
1974: Gary Hall Jr., American swimmer.
1974: Martin Müürsepp, Estonian basketball player.
1975: Emma Härdelin, Swedish singer.
1975: Jake Paltrow, American filmmaker and screenwriter.
1975: Chiara Schoras, German actress.
1976: Michael Ballack, German footballer.
1976: Dean Butterworth, British drummer, of the bands The Used and Good Charlotte.
1976: Sami Vanska, Finnish bassist, of the band Nightwish.
1977: Kaylynn, American pornographic actress.
1979: Jon Harley, British rugby player.
1979: Naomichi Marufuji, Japanese wrestler.
1979: Taavi Roivas, Estonian politician, 16th prime minister of his country.
1979: Jacob Tierney, Canadian actor, actor, filmmaker and screenwriter.
1980: Jane Darling, Czech pornographic actress and model.
1980: Patrick Friesacher, Austrian driver.
1981: Yao Beina, Chinese singer (d. 2015).
1981: Christina Milian, singer, dancer and American actress.
1981: Serena Williams, American tennis player.
1981: Kanako Urai, Japanese professional wrestler.
1982: Miguel Alfredo Portillo, Argentine footballer.
1982: John Scott, Canadian ice hockey player.
1983: Ricardo Quaresma, Portuguese soccer player.
1984: Nev Schulman, American photographer, television presenter and producer.
1985: Lenna Kuurmaa, Estonian singer and musician, of the Vanilla Ninja band.
1986: Ashley Leggat, Canadian actress.
1987: Cyril Gautier, French cyclist.
1988: James Blake, British singer, songwriter and producer.
1988: Guillermo Burdisso, Argentine footballer.
1988: Lilly Singh YouTuber and Canadian actress.
1989: Emma Rigby, British actress.
1989: Chinami Suzuki, model, television presenter and Japanese actress.
1989: Ciaran Clark, Irish footballer.
1993: Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, American basketball player.
1994: Lucas Gafarot, Spanish footballer.
2000: Natasha Binder, Belgian pianist