01/07 Birthday - Zodiac Information

July 1 Zodiac


People born on July 1 are humble, caring, and hard-working.

Horoscope and personality for those born on July 1

Although his mind is very active, his life ambitions are not great. They are sensitive people, often indecisive, fond of travel and change, with relatively modest preferences.

Although they can be eloquent, they have a rather fearful demeanor. Your heart is filled with innate goodness. They are not aggressive at all, sometimes even lacking self-confidence; however, his life is abundant in good works. They can achieve great things in a modest way, without pushing others. They are like a low fertile mountain that bears impressive fruit, while the surrounding high mountains remain fruitless. They enjoy order and neatness.

They study law with passion and can become skilled lawyers or excellent detectives. Because they are practical people, they can find their way in life. They are diligent and frugal. It happens that they like money too much and spare no effort to get it. As has been said, they are quite hard-working, but the results of that work will not be surprising. In spite of everything, slowly their patience and frugality will allow them to realize their dreams.

Luck smiles on them especially in the second part of their life. Their life often goes in such a way that their siblings are not kind to them, putting them at risk of misunderstandings. Being born today offers only a small chance for fame. Still, a person born on this day will accomplish more than his humble but stable ambitions imply.

Zodiac sign for people born on July 1

If your birthday is July 1, your zodiac sign is  Cancer

July 1 - personality and character

character:  self-sufficient, innocent, apt, short, curious, categorical;
profession:  carpenter, janitor, pediatrician;
colors:  teal, gray, beige;
stone:  goshenite;
animal:  snail;
plant:  dogwood;
lucky numbers:  3,11,24,47,57,58
super lucky number:  10

Holidays and Observances - July 1

  • Argentina: Day of the Chemical Engineer.
  • Mexico: Engineer’s Day.
  • Argentina: Architect’s Day.
  • Canada: Canada Day.
  • Argentina: Historian’s Day.
  • International Day of Cooperatives, July 1 United Nations

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

1902: William Wyler, French-American filmmaker, producer, and screenwriter (d. 1981).
1902: Félix Quesada, Spanish soccer player and coach (d. 1959).
1902: Josep Lluís Sert, Spanish architect (d. 1983).
1903 - Amy Johnson, British aviator (d. 1941).
1903: Beatrix Lehmann, British actress, filmmaker and writer (d. 1979).
1906: Jean Dieudonné, French mathematician and academic (d. 1992).
1906: Estée Lauder, American businesswoman (d. 2004).
1907: Norman Pirie, British biochemist and virologist (f. 1997).
1908: Luis Regueiro, Spanish soccer player (f. 1995).
1909: Juan Carlos Onetti, Uruguayan writer (d. 1994).
1915: Willie Dixon, American blues musician, singer, guitarist and producer (d. 1992).
1915: Oscar Valicelli, Argentine actor (f. 1999).
1916: Olivia de Havilland, American actress.
1916: Iosif Shklovsky, Ukrainian astronomer and astrophysicist (d. 1985).
1917: Álvaro Domecq Díez, Spanish rancher and businessman (d. 2005).
1917: Richard A. Howard, American botanist (d. 2003).
1917: Humphry Osmond, British military and psychiatrist (d. 2004).
1921: Gerard Debreu, American economist of French origin, Nobel prize for economics in 1983 (f. 2004).
1921: Seretse Khama, lawyer, politician and president of Botswana between 1966 and 1980 (d. 1980).
1924: Antoni Ramallets, Spanish footballer (d. 2013).
1925: Farley Granger, American actor and singer (d. 2011).
1926: Juan Jaime Cesio, Argentine military man, human rights activist during the dictatorship.
1926: Robert Fogel, American economist and historian, 1993 Nobel Prize in economics (f. 2013).
1926: Hans Werner Henze, German composer and educator (d. 2012).
1926: Atilio Stampone, Argentine pianist and composer.
1928: Roberto Maidana, Argentine journalist (f. 2007).
1929: Gerald M. Edelman, American biologist and immunologist, 1972 Nobel Prize winner in medicine (d. 2014).
1930: Moustapha Akkad, Syrian filmmaker and producer (d. 2005).
1931: Leslie Caron, French actress and dancer.
1931: Seyni Kountché, Nigerian President (d. 1987).
1933: Félix Ayo, Spanish violinist.
1934: Claude Berrí, French actor and filmmaker and screenwriter (d. 2009).
1934: Jean Marsh, British actress and screenwriter
1934: Sydney Pollack, American filmmaker, actor and producer (d. 2008).
1935 - James Cotton, American blues harmonica player, singer and songwriter (d. 2017).
1935: David Prowse, British actor and bodybuilder.
1936: Syl Johnson, American singer, guitarist and producer.
1938: Hariprasad Chaurasia, Indian flute player and composer.
1939: Karen Black, American actress, singer and screenwriter (d. 2013).
1939: José Antonio Marina, Spanish philosopher.
1941: Alfred G. Gilman, American pharmacologist and biochemist, 1994 Nobel Prize winner for medicine or physiology (d. 2015).
1941: Myron Scholes, Canadian economist, 1993 Nobel Prize winner for economics.
1941: Twyla Tharp, American dancer and choreographer.
1942: Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, Iraqi military and politician.
1942: Genevieve Bujold, Canadian actress.
1942: Andraé Crouch, American singer, songwriter, producer and pastor (d. 2015).
1942: Mario Rapoport, Argentine economist, intellectual and professor.
1944: Germán Dehesa, Mexican journalist, writer and broadcaster (d. 2010).
1944: Lew Rockwell, American writer and activist.
1944: Fernando José Salgueiro Maia, Portuguese military (d. 1992).
1945: Debbie Harry, American singer, songwriter and actress, of the band Blondie.
1946: Mick Aston, British archaeologist and academic (d. 2013).
1946: Masaharu Sato, Japanese voice actor.
1947: Kazuyoshi Hoshino, Japanese pilot.
1947: Malcolm Wicks, British academic and politician (d. 2012).
1948: John Ford, British singer, songwriter and guitarist, of the band Strawbs.
1949: John Farnham, Australian singer and songwriter.
1950: David Duke, activist, writer and American politician.
1951: Trevor Eve, British actor and producer
1951: Tom Kozelko, American basketball player.
1951: Terrence Mann, American actor, singer and dancer.
1951: José Nazabal, Spanish cyclist.
1951: Fred Schneider, American singer, songwriter and keyboardist, of the band The B-52’s.
1951: Victor Willis, American singer, songwriter, pianist and actor, of the band Village People.
1952: Dan Aykroyd, Canadian actor, screenwriter, producer and writer.
1952: David Lane, British oncologist and academic (d. 2007).
1953: Lawrence Gonzi, Maltese lawyer and politician, 12th Prime Minister of Malta.
1953: Jadranka Kosor, Croatian journalist and politician, 9th Prime Minister of Croatia.
1953: Jesús María Sanz Iparraguirre, Spanish singer-songwriter.
1955: Li Keqiang, Chinese economist and politician, 7th premier of his country.
1955: María de los Ángeles Medrano, Argentine actress.
1956: Alfredo de Ángeli, Argentine rural leader.
1956: Ernesto Sáenz de Buruaga, Spanish journalist.
1957: Lisa Blount, American actress and producer (d. 2010).
1961: Kalpana Chawla, American astronaut of Indian origin (d. 2003).
1961: Bastián Bodenhöfer, Chilean actor.
1961: Malcolm Elliott, British cyclist.
1961: Lady Di, British aristocrat and philanthropist (d. 1997).
1961: Carl Lewis, American athlete
1961: Michelle Wright, Canadian singer, songwriter and guitarist
1962: Andre Braugher, American actor and producer.
1963: Roddy Bottum, American singer and keyboardist, of the band Faith No More.
1964: Bernard Laporte, rugby player, rugby coach and French politician.
1964: Cristina Cifuentes, Spanish politician.
1965: Tito Beltrán, Chilean tenor.
1965: Harald Zwart, Norwegian director and producer
1966: Rafael Simancas, Spanish politician of German origin.
1967: Pamela Anderson, Canadian-American actress and model.
1967: Marisa Monte, Brazilian singer, of the band Tribalistas.
1968: Jordi Molla, Spanish actor, director and scriptwriter.
1971: Missy Elliott, singer, rapper, producer, dancer and American actress.
1971: Cecilia Lueza, Argentine artist living in the United States.
1971: Julianne Nicholson, American actress.
1972: Claire Forlani, British actress.
1972: Tetsu Inada, Japanese voice actor.
1972: Steffi Nerius, German javelin thrower.
1974: Jefferson Pérez, Ecuadorian marching runner.
1974: Octavi Pujades, Spanish actor.
1975: Sean Colson, American basketball player and coach.
1975: Ingrid Cruz, Chilean actress.
1975: Sufjan Stevens, American musician and singer-songwriter.
1976: Ángel de Brito, Argentine television host and journalist.
1976: Patrick Kluivert, Dutch footballer.
1976: Ruud van Nistelrooy, Dutch footballer.
1976: Hannu Tihinen, Finnish footballer.
1976: Justin Lo, Hong Kong singer, songwriter and actor.
1976: Thomas Sadoski, American actor.
1977: Tom Frager, Senegalese singer, songwriter and guitarist.
1977: Jarome Iginla, Canadian ice hockey player.
1977: Greg Pattillo, American flutist, of the Project Trio band.
1977: Verónica Sánchez, Spanish actress.
1977: Liv Tyler, American actress and model.
1979: Forrest Griffin, American martial artist and actor.
1980: Nelson Cruz, Dominican baseball player.
1982: Hilarie Burton, American actress.
1982: Carmella DeCesare, model and American fighter.
1982: Joachim Johansson, Swedish tennis player.
1982: Luciano Leguizamón, Argentine footballer.
1983: Sherif Ekramy, Egyptian footballer.
1983: Marit Larsen, Norwegian singer, songwriter and keyboardist, of the band M2M.
1983: Leeteuk (Park Jung-soo), South Korean singer and actor, of the band Super Junior.
1983: Tanya Chisholm, American actress.
1983: María Inés Guerra, Mexican television presenter and singer.
1984: Rafita Gomar Moreno, Spanish actor.
1984: Bracey Wright, American basketball player.
1986: Agnez Mo, Indonesian singer, songwriter, producer and actress.
1986: Giovanni Moreno, Colombian footballer.
1988: Anderson Vital da Silva, Brazilian soccer player.
1989: Kent Bazemore, American basketball player.
1989: Mitch Hewer, British actor, singer and dancer.
1989: Leah McFall, Northern Irish singer and songwriter.
1989: Daniel Ricciardo, Australian F-1 pilot.
1991: Lucas Vázquez, Spanish soccer player and international.
1994: Montserrat González, Paraguayan tennis player.
1995: Boli Bolingoli-Mbombo, Belgian footballer.
1996: Adelina Sotnikova, Russian skater.
2000: Jorge Rodriguez Aragones, Spanish athlete born in Valencia