02/02 Birthday - Zodiac Information

February 2 Zodiac


People born on February 2 care about their reputations and show respect for those of greater prestige.

Horoscope and personality for those born on February 2

They are people who are friends of progress, who enjoy cooperation with others and have unusual polemical and military skills, making them ideal for a military career.

Their behavior is generally quite warlike, and their aggressiveness could even lead them into dangerous situations. But on the outside they are usually careful and delicate people, and their behavior is characterized by courtesy. His mind is powerful and sharp, full of tricks and deceptions. Sometimes they lack the ability to focus on their life goals.

However, their nature is alert and active. They care deeply about your interests and look out for your protection. Absolutely caring people: They are not spiteful or deceptive, but a bit vain, always ready to take control of others and fight for unnecessary ostentation.

They like the family environment and take care of their physical appearance. Defects: An undeveloped individual of this type expresses a lot of vanity, tries to attract attention and enter into relationships with higher social spheres. These people have a special respect for those with degrees, for which they show a lot of appreciation and praise. They often speak falsely, although their lies are generally not malicious.

They would just like to appear the best person possible to others, put their friends on the highest pedestal, and shower with praise in general. The diseases they generally struggle with include rheumatism, headaches, and general blood circulation disorders. Nervous disturbances and restlessness can cause states of depression that sometimes become a nuisance. When they develop spiritually and understand the extent to which their body is a tool of the spirit, they can gradually master all their physical ailments and develop idealism, humanism, and knowledge of people’s characters.

The days of February 2: Joanna, Catalina, Aída, Felipe, Ayuda, Candelaria, Purificación, Néstor, María.

Zodiac sign for those born on February 2

If your birthday is February 2, your zodiac sign is  Aquarius

February 2 - personality and character

character:  silent, wise, sincere, curious, mercenary, fearful;
profession:  janitor, baker, audit or;
colors:  brown, pink, green;
stone:  red beryl;
animal:  pig;
plant:  silky dogwood;
lucky numbers:  17,28,31,43,48,50
super lucky number:  14

Holidays and observances - February 2

  • Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain) insular festival: Virgen de Candelaria (Patroness of the Canary Islands).
  • South America: Data from Iemanjá
  • Colmenar Viejo (Madrid, Spain) Fiesta de la Vaquilla (declared of national tourist interest)
  • World Wetlands Day
  • United States: Groundhog Day.
  • Commemoration of the day of the constitution of the Republic of the Philippines.

February 2 Celebrity Birthday. Who was born the same day as you?

1901: Jascha Heifetz, Lithuanian violinist (d. 1987).
1901: Gerhard Hüsch, German baritone (d. 1984).
1902: Josep Samitier, Spanish footballer (d. 1972).
1904: Bozorg Alavi, Iranian writer and activist (d. 1997).
1905: Ayn Rand, American philosopher and writer (d. 1982).
1906: Oscar Pulido, Mexican actor and singer (d. 1974).
1908: Rafael Navas Pardo, Colombian military and statesman (d. 1990).
1912: Millvina Dean, British woman, last survivor of the Titanic (d. 2009).
1912: José López Piteira, first Cuban blessed (d. 1936).
1913: Mercedes Palomino, Canadian actress (f. 2006).
1915: Abba Eban, Israeli politician and diplomat (d. 2002).
1915: José J. Veiga, Brazilian writer and journalist (f. 1999).
1917: Do Muoi, Vietnamese politician, former prime minister.
1917: Alberto Sols, Spanish physician (d. 1989).
1918: Hella Haasse, Dutch writer (d. 2011).
1918: Luis Nishizawa Flores, Mexican painter (d. 2014).
1919: Lisa Della Casa, Swiss soprano (d. 2012).
1920: Ann Elizabeth Hodges, American woman who was struck by the Sylacauga meteorite on November 30, 1954 (d. 1972).
1922: Juan Marichal, Spanish historian and writer (d. 2010).
1923: Albert Rafols-Casamada, Spanish poet and painter (d. 2009).
1925: Elaine Stritch, American actress.
1926: Valéry Giscard d’Estaing, French politician.
1926: Miguel Obando y Bravo, Nicaraguan cardinal.
1926: Julio Sosa, Uruguayan tango singer (f. 1964).
1927: Stan Getz, American jazz saxophonist (d. 1991).
1928: Ciriaco De Mita, Italian politician.
1928: Horacio O’Connor, Argentine actor (f. 1997).
1929: Věra Chytilová, Czech filmmaker (d. 2014).
1929: Jane Little, double bass player and American classical musician (d. 2016).
1930: Ruth M. Kirk, American politician (d. 2011).
1931: Les Dawson, British comedian and writer (d. 1993).
1931: Hermilio Hernández, Mexican composer (f. 2008).
1931: Dries van Agt, Dutch politician and prime minister.
1932: Luis Espinal, Jesuit religious, journalist, poet and Spanish filmmaker assassinated in Bolivia (d. 1980).
1933: Orlando Cachaíto López, Cuban bassist, of the Buena Vista Social Club band (d. 2009).
1933: Than Shwe, Burmese military and head of state.
1935: Martina Arroyo, American soprano.
1936: Tony Ryan, Irish businessman, founder of the airline Ryanair (d. 2007).
1937: Eric Arturo Delvalle, Panamanian politician and president (d. 2015).
1938: Ângelo de Sousa, Portuguese artist (d. 2011).
1939: Joao César Monteiro, Brazilian actor and filmmaker (d. 2003).
1940: Thomas Disch, American writer (d. 2008).
1942: Graham Nash, British musician, of the band The Hollies.
1944: Oscar Malbernat, Argentine footballer and coach.
1945: David Friedman, American economist.
1946: Blake Clark, American comedian and actor.
1946: Fernando Colomo, Spanish filmmaker.
1946: Alpha Oumar Konaré, President of Mali.
1946: Isaías Afewerki, President of Eritrea.
1947: Farrah Fawcett, American actress (d. 2009).
1948: Roger Williamson, British racing driver (d. 1973).
1949: Francisco Maturana, Colombian soccer coach.
1950: Bárbara Rey, Spanish actress.
1950: Barbara Sukowa, German actress.
1950: Genichiro Tenryu, Japanese fighter.
1951: Humberto Bravo, Argentine soccer player.
1952: Fernando Morena, Uruguayan soccer player.
1952: Park Geun-hye, South Korean president.
1952: Rick Dufay, American guitarist, of the band Aerosmith.
1952: Carol Ann Susi, American actress (d. 2014).
1954: Christie Brinkley, American model.
1955: Leszek Engelking, Polish poet and writer.
1956: Carlos Rubiera, Spanish musician, writer and politician.
1958: George Grigore, Romanian writer and translator.
1959: Eduardo Tamayo Barrena, Spanish politician.
1959: Ildefonso Falcones, Spanish writer.
1960: Abel Resino, Spanish soccer player and coach.
1961: Lauren Lane, American actress.
1962: Philippe Claudel, French filmmaker.
1963: Eva Cassidy, American singer and guitarist (f. 1996).
1963: Gonzalo de Castro, Spanish actor.
1963: Andrej Kiska, Slovak president.
1963: Philip Laats, Belgian wrestler.
1964: Laura Poitras, American documentary maker and producer.
1965: Quique Sánchez Flores, Spanish soccer player and coach.
1965: Naoki Sano, Japanese fighter.
1966: Andrei Chesnokov, Russian tennis player.
1966: Robert DeLeo, American bassist, of the band Stone Temple Pilots.
1966: Michael Misick, politician from Turks and Caicos Islands.
1967: Mar Fernández Vázquez, Hispanic and Romanesque philologist (f. 2013).
1967: Laurent Nkunda, Congolese guerrilla.
1967: R. Scott Bakker, Canadian writer.
1968: Sean Elliott, American basketball player.
1969: Valeri Karpin, Russian footballer.
1969: Mara Croatto, Venezuelan television and theater actress.
1970: Aitor Gorosabel, Spanish singer, guitarist and composer, of the band Su Ta Gar.
1972: Carlos Arraiz, Venezuelan actor, voice actor, broadcaster and singer.
1972: Dana International, Israeli transsexual singer.
1972: Melvin Mora, Venezuelan baseball player.
1973: Aleksander Tammert, Estonian athlete.
1975: Donald Driver, American football player.
1976: Lori Beth Denberg, American actress.
1977: Antonio Pagudo, Spanish actor.
1977: Francisco Pérez Tejada, Mexican politician.
1977: Shakira, Colombian pop singer.
1977: Libor Sionko, Czech footballer.
1978: Eden Espinosa, American actress and singer.
1978: Barry Ferguson, Scottish footballer.
1978: Macarena Gómez, Spanish actress.
1978: Guido Kaczka, Argentine actor and television host.
1978: Hector Lombard, Cuban-Australian wrestler.
1978: Claudio Morel Rodríguez, Paraguayan soccer player.
1978: Bárbara Mori, Mexican actress of Uruguayan origin.
1979: Fani Halkia, Greek athlete.
1980: Teddy Hart, Canadian wrestler.
1980: Gucci Mane, American rapper.
1980: Oleguer Presas, Spanish footballer.
1980: Nina Zilli, Italian singer.
1981: Salem al-Hazmi, Saudi terrorist who participated in 9/11 (d. 2001).
1981: Carl English, Canadian basketball player.
1981: Jason Kapono, American basketball player.
1981: Guillermo Marino, Argentine soccer player.
1982: Sergio Castano, Spanish footballer.
1982: Brandy Talore, American porn actress.
1983: Ronny Cedeno, Venezuelan baseball player.
1983: Carolina Klüft, Swedish athlete.
1983: Alex Westaway, British singer and guitarist, from the band Fightstar.
1985: Morris Almond, American basketball player.
1985: Silvestre Varela, Portuguese soccer player.
1986: Gemma Arterton, British actress.
1987: Gerard Piqué, Spanish footballer.
1987: Martin Spanjers, American actor.
1987: Victoria Song, Chinese singer, of the South Korean band F (x).
1989: José Mena, Costa Rican soccer player.
1990: María Clara Alonso, actress, dubbing actress, dancer, singer, host and Argentine model.
1991: Nathan Delfouneso, British footballer.
1991: Kiko Femenía, Spanish soccer player.
1995: Arfa Karim, Pakistani computer programmer (d. 2012).