04/09 Birthday - Zodiac Information
September 4 Zodiac
People born on September 4 have a great influence on the opposite sex.
Horoscope and personality for those born on September 4
Your own company is sufficient for these people. Confident, conceited: they choose their own profession and become blacksmiths of their own destiny. They are secret people.
His mind is intelligent and sharp, interested in all that is mysterious and reserved. Diligent, scrupulous, happy to learn and work hard, approaching her profession with dedication. They are natural and understanding with those who live, they provide a faithful and dedicated friendship. They are full of a hope that does not leave them in difficult times, they fight for internal balance and philosophical self-control. His nature, although quite weak and sensitive, has a significant influence on the opposite sex.
They are in danger of being drawn into risky romantic adventures, which can lead to serious complications in life. Flaws: They easily cause misunderstandings, showing a lot of cunning and deception. They draw their surroundings in risky projects of their own. They are dishonest, prone to hiding their important views, and capable of misleading others. Why should they fight?
More than anything, they should try to judge themselves as they do others, as they see numerous flaws in other people and none in themselves. Instead of admiring wealthy aristocrats and pursuing the superficial phenomena of material life, they should strive to pay homage to righteousness, virtue, and royal merit. They should not be ashamed of honest work. Especially, a woman born on this day should not be ashamed of doing housework, not having material resources or the frugality that she is forced to apply in everyday life, because we should not pay too much attention to what others say about us. , but strive to become just and honest people.
Zodiac sign for those born on September 4
If your birthday is September 4, your zodiac sign is Virgo
September 4 - personality and character
character: disinterested, judicious, resourceful, curious, critical, indecisive;
profession: bookbinderjoiner, archaeologist, painter;
colors: gold, green, crimson;
plant: oleander plant;
lucky numbers: 34,40,41,53,57,58
super lucky number: 28
Holidays and Observances - September 4
- Spain: Torredembarra - Major festival in honor of Santa Rosalía de Palermo.
- Spain: Villena (Alicante) - Patron Saint festivities in honor of Our Lady of Virtues - Moors and Christians
- Argentina: Immigrant Day
- Argentina: Secretary’s Day
- Uruguay: Secretary’s Day.
- Bolivia: National Day of Protected Areas (Supreme Decree 25158).
- Argentina: Cartoon Day
- Spain: Pasha from the Virgen de la Sierra to the city of Cabra (Córdoba)
- Chile: National Day of Chilean Wine
- Spain: Fuencaliente (Ciudad Real) - Patron saint festivities in honor of Our Lady of the Banos.
September 4 Celebrity birthdays. Who was born the same day as you?
1905: Meade Lux Lewis (58), American blues composer and pianist (d. 1964).
1905: Mary Renault, British writer (d. 1983).
1906: Max Delbrück, German physicist and biologist, Nobel Prize winner for physiology or medicine in 1969 (d. 1981).
1908: Edward Dmytryk, American filmmaker (d. 1999).
1908: Richard Nathaniel Wright, American writer (d. 1960).
1909: Pepe Biondi, Argentine actor and comedian (d. 1975).
1912: Günther Lützow, German military man (d. 1945).
1913: Renato Castellani, Italian filmmaker (d. 1985).
1913: Stanford Moore, American biochemist, 1972 Nobel Prize winner in chemistry (d. 1982).
1913: Kenzo Tange, Japanese architect and urban planner (d. 2005).
1917 - Henry Ford II, American automaker (d. 1987).
1919: Francisco García Pavón, Spanish writer and literary critic (d. 1989).
1919: Gualtiero Jacopetti, Italian filmmaker and journalist (d. 2011).
1920: Jaime Manuel Fernández González, Dominican politician and professor (d. 1988).
1921: Alcides López Aufranc, Argentine military and businessman, accomplice of the dictatorship from 1976 to 1983 (d. 2015).
1921: Ariel Ramírez, Argentine folk pianist and composer (d. 2010).
1923: Manuel Flores Mora, Uruguayan journalist (d. 1985).
1924: Héctor Fix Zamudio, Mexican jurist.
1924: Vicent Andrés i Estellés, Spanish journalist and poet.
1926: Iván Illich, Austrian pedagogue (f. 2002).
1927: John McCarthy, American computer scientist (d. 2011).
1928: Dick York, American actor (d. 1992).
1930: Jerry Ragovoy, American music producer and composer (d. 2011).
1931: Mitzi Gaynor, American actress and dancer.
1932: Carlos Romero Barceló, Puerto Rican politician.
1932: Mary Carmen Ramírez, Spanish actress.
1933: Chico Novarro (Bernardo Mitnik), Argentine singer-songwriter.
1934: Clive WJ Granger, British economist (d. 2009).
1934: Jan Švankmajer, Czech sculptor, designer and poet.
1934: Carlos Timoteo Griguol, technical director of Argentine soccer.
1934: Eduard Jil (Mr. Trololó), Russian baritone (d. 2012).
1937: Dawn Fraser, Australian swimmer.
1937: Mikk Mikiver, Estonian actor and filmmaker (d. 2006).
1942: Bíser Kírov, Bulgarian pop singer (tenor), producer and diplomat (d. 2016).
1942: Alberto Ramón Vilanova, Argentine psychologist (f. 2003).
1946: Beto Orlando, Argentine singer.
1948: Zully Keith, film and television actress.
1949: Paz Alicia Garciadiego, Mexican screenwriter.
1951: Rosa León, Spanish singer.
1951: Martin Chambers, British drummer, of the band The Pretenders.
1951: María Luisa Geiszer, Argentine politician.
1953: Fatih Terim, Turkish footballer and coach.
1954: Carmen Boullosa, Mexican writer.
1955: Brian Schweitzer, American politician.
1955: Pepe Risi, Spanish musician (f. 1997).
1957: Patricia Tallman, American actress.
1959: Eduardo Lara, Colombian soccer coach.
1959: Arsenio Luzardo, Uruguayan soccer player.
1960: Kim Thayil, American guitarist of the band Soundgarden.
1960: Damon Wayans, American actor and comedian.
1962: Shin’ya Yamanaka, Japanese researcher and physician.
1963: Marcos Carnevale, Argentine author and screenwriter.
1963: Sami Yaffa, Finnish musician of the bands Hanoi Rocks and New York Dolls.
1964: René Pape, German opera singer.
1966: Hengky Pie, Indonesian judoka.
1968: John DiMaggio, American voice actor.
1968: Phill Lewis, American actor.
1968: Mike Piazza, American baseball player.
1969: Sasha (Alexander Coe), British DIY, producer of electronic music.
1969: Noah Taylor, British actor.
1970: Igor Cavalera, Brazilian drummer of the Sepultura band.
1970: John García, American singer of the bands Kyuss and Hermano.
1971: Ione Skye, British actress.
1971: Maik Taylor, Irish footballer of German origin.
1971: Anita Yuen, Hong Kong film and television actress.
1972: Daniel Nestor, Canadian tennis player of Yugoslav origin.
1972: Carlos Ponce, Puerto Rican singer.
1972: Françoise Yip, Canadian actress.
1973: Jason David Frank, American actor.
1974: Carmit Bachar, singer and dancer of the band Pussycat Dolls.
1974: Nona Gaye, singer, model and American actress.
1975: Mark Ronson, British DJ, composer and music producer.
1975: Sergio Ballesteros, Spanish footballer.
1976: Jun Fukushima, Japanese voice actor.
1977: Nenad Mirosavljević, Croatian footballer.
1977: Lucie Silvas, British singer-songwriter.
1978: Wes Bentley, American actor.
1979: Gledson, Brazilian soccer player.
1979: Héctor El Father (Héctor Delgado Román), Puerto Rican singer.
1980: Hitomi Shimatani, Japanese singer.
1980: Max Greenfield, American actor.
1981: Ricardo Franco, Mexican actor.
1981: Beyoncé, American model, designer, actress, singer and former member of the band Destiny’s Child.
1981: Lacey Mosley, American singer and former member of the band Flyleaf.
1984: Camila Bordonaba, Argentine actress and singer.
1985: Raúl Albiol, Spanish footballer.
1986: Sebastián Prediger, Argentine soccer player.
1986: Aaron Hunt, German footballer.
1989: Andrelton Simmons, Curazolean baseball player.
1990: Danny Worsnop, British singer, of the bands Asking Alexandria and We Are Harlot.
1990: James Bay, singer and British guitarist.
1990: Stefanía Fernández, Venezuelan model, Miss Universe 2009.
1991: Carter Jenkins, American actor
1992: Princess Chelsea, experimental singer of “Space pop”.
1994: Christian Stanley, Mexican actor.