01/04 Birthday - Zodiac Information

April 1 Zodiac


People born on April 1 are proud, commanding, and willing to lead others.

Horoscope and personality for those born on April 1

They express extraordinary energy and significant ambition. Proud, brave, haughty people - they long for recognition and strive for the highest possible position in life.

Such people are widely gifted with skills and are sociable by nature. They are linked to their home: they maintain their family relationship with affection, sometimes they are even proud of their relatives. They generally achieve a prominent position. This birthday could even bring titles and honors, both in social and state life. However, people born on this day will not be as successful in other areas.

Very eccentric in the way they live their lives, they just want to go their own ways and hold on to them in practical life. But that is why they can collide with the government or the society in power, even fall into danger. Whether it happens or not, people born on this day won’t get much done if they stubbornly stick to their own paths. His flaws include selfishness, anger, and excessive enthusiasm.

They are very capricious and changeable: they do not easily forget the damage they do to them and they are vindictive. They would rather die for their ideals or for a friend than take a step back. They keep their secrets and jealously guard their plans. Fiery, active: they are usually very expansive in their life. Regarding health: They should avoid overly exciting foods and drugs, but regularly eat foods that nourish the brain and nerves.

What should they watch out for? They should not strive to have friends around them all the time, but rather listen to their intuition and conscience alone. They will get more out of this than out of other people’s company.

Zodiac sign for those born on April 1

If your birthday is April 1, your zodiac sign is  Aries

April 1 - personality and character

character:  reasonable, easy, bright, shy, mean, willful;
profession:  composer, scientist, bricklayer;
colors:  beige, gold, crimson;
stone:  spinel;
animal:  gazelle;
plant:  dogwood;
lucky numbers:  3,14,33,42,45,50
super lucky number:  35

Holidays and Observances - April 1

  • LGBT-themed Book Day.
  • April Fools Day.
  • Birthday of José Eduardo escobar Noh.
  • International Day of Fun at Work.

April 1 Celebrity Birthday. Who was born the same day as you?

1904: Juan Gil-Albert, Spanish writer.
1906: Aleksandr Sergéyevich Yakovlev, Russian air engineer (d. 1989).
1908: Abraham Maslow, American psychologist.
1918: Eduardo Primo Yúfera, Spanish chemist (f. 2007).
1919: Joseph Edward Murray, American physician, 1990 Nobel Prize in Medicine.
1920: Toshiro Mifune, Japanese actor of Chinese origin (d. 1997).
1922: William Manchester, American historian (d. 2004).
1922: Semillita, Argentine actor (d. 1991).
1925: Wojciech Jerzy Has, Polish film director (d. 2000).
1926: Anne McCaffrey, American writer (d. 2011).
1926: Luis de la Puente Uceda, Peruvian politician.
1928: Enio Garrote, Argentine Esperantist, translator and writer (d. 2012).
1928: Eddie Pequenino, Argentine trombonist, singer and comedian (f. 2000).
1929: Milan Kundera, Czechoslovak writer.
1930: Vicky Lorca (Victoria Sau Sánchez), Spanish writer, psychologist and feminist (f. 2013).
1931: Rolf Hochhuth, German writer.
1931: Rafael Pérez de la Dehesa, Spanish historian (d. 1972).
1932: Ricardo Bruera, Argentine teacher, collaborator of the Videla dictatorship.
1932: Bernardo Víctor Carande, Spanish writer (d. 2005).
1932: Debbie Reynolds, American actress.
1933: Claude Cohen-Tannoudji, French physicist, 1997 Nobel Prize in Physics.
1936: Jean-Pascal Delamuraz, Swiss politician.
1938: Ali MacGraw, American actress.
1939: Luis Martínez Villicana, Mexican politician (d. 2011).
1940: Wangari Maathai, Kenyan activist, 2004 Nobel Peace Prize winner (d. 2011).
1940: Graciela Paraskevaídis, Argentine composer, musicologist and Uruguayan nationalized teacher.
1942: Samuel R. Delany, American writer.
1943: Mario Botta, Swiss architect.
1946: Arrigo Sacchi, Italian soccer coach.
1947: Alain Connes, French mathematician.
1947: Robin Scott, British singer.
1947: Norm Van Lier, American basketball player.
1948: Jimmy Cliff, Jamaican reggae musician.
1948: Javier Irureta, Spanish soccer coach and footballer.
1949: Gil Scott-Heron, American musician and composer (d. 2011).
1950: Samuel Alito, American judge.
1950: Aldo Pignanelli, Argentine economist, accountant and politician.
1952: Annette O’Toole, American actress.
1952: Bernard Stiegler, French philosopher.
1953: Barry Sonnenfeld, American filmmaker.
1953: Alberto Zaccheroni, Italian footballer and coach.
1954: Óscar Ladoire, Spanish actor.
1954: Jeff Porcaro, American musician (d. 1992).
1960: Marcelo Tinelli, Argentine conductor and producer.
1961: Juan Echanove, Spanish actor.
1961: Sergio Scariolo, Italian basketball coach.
1961: Susan Boyle, British singer.
1963: Richard Coleman, Argentine musician, guitarist and composer.
1963: Carolina Perpetuo, Venezuelan model, entertainer and actress.
1964: Erik Breukink, Dutch cyclist.
1965: Mark Jackson, American basketball player.
1967: Gustavo Nápoli, Argentine singer, composer and guitarist of the band La Renga.
1967: Phil Demmel, American musician, of the band Machine Head.
1968: Alexander Stubb, Finnish Prime Minister.
1969: Daniel Garnero, Argentine footballer and coach.
1971: Method Man, American rapper of the band Wu-Tang Clan.
1971: Shinji Nakano, Japanese racing driver.
1971: Mariano Peluffo, Argentine conductor.
1972: Jesse Tobias, American musician.
1974: Richard Christy, drummer and American filmmaker.
1974: Apollyon (Ole Jorgen Moe), Norwegian black metal musician.
1974: Rogelio Guedea, Mexican poet and storyteller.
1975: José Antonio García Calvo, Spanish footballer.
1976: Clarence Seedorf, Dutch footballer.
1976: Miss Bolivia, Argentine singer, songwriter and disc jockey.
1976: John Elkann, Italian businessman.
1976: Jafet Soto, former Costa Rican soccer player.
1977: Haimar Zubeldia, Spanish cyclist.
1978: Miroslava Vavrinec, Swiss tennis player.
1978: Anamaria Marinca, Romanian actress.
1978: Marián Álvarez, Spanish actress.
1978: Antonio de Nigris, Mexican soccer player (f. 2009).
1979: Elizabeth Gutiérrez, American actress, model and businesswoman of Mexican descent.
1979: Ivano Balić, Croatian handball player.
1979: Ruth Beitia, Spanish athlete.
1980: Randy Orton, American professional wrestler.
1980: Kléber de Carvalho Correa, Brazilian footballer.
1981: Antonis Fotsis, Greek basketball player.
1981: Hannah Spearritt, singer, actress and British dancer of the band S Club 7.
1983: John Axford, Canadian baseball player.
1983: Sergéi Lázarev, Russian singer and actor.
1983: Matt Lanter, American actor and model.
1983: Christian Schulz, German footballer.
1986: Sergio Rivero, Spanish singer.
1986: Haminu Dramani, Ghanaian footballer.
1986: Hillary Scott, American singer.
1987: Karol Cariola, Chilean communist politician.
1987: José Ortigoza, Paraguayan soccer player.
1987: Ibrahim Salah, Egyptian footballer.
1988: Brook López, American basketball player.
1988: Robin López, American basketball player.
1989: María Villalón, Spanish singer.
1989: Jenny Lee Lindberg, warpaint bassist
1989: David N’Gog, French footballer of Cameroonian origin.
1991: Duván Zapata, Colombian footballer.
1994: Ella Eyre, British singer and songwriter.
1997: Asa Butterfield, British actor.