24/03 Birthday - Zodiac Information

March 24 Zodiac


People born on March 24 are rude, impulsive, sensual, but they can go to unusual events.

Horoscope and personality for those born on March 24

They want to be pioneers and be prominent. They have a lot of initiative, but significantly less perseverance in the implementation of planned projects.

They prefer to give orders rather than listen to them. Even so, when they receive some strict orders, although they do so with some impatience, they carry out great energy. Impulsive, touchy, arbitrary, aggressive: they are characterized by unusual ambition, and opposition only leads to greater effort and anger. At the same time, despite their persistence, they can take an interest in something momentarily and lose that interest just as quickly, becoming completely indifferent.

They are primordial people, with a love for rural life. They don’t show a great willingness to learn, but they do have many inherent reasons. Often harsh and rude, but show a lot of heart and empathy. They are characterized by excessive and uncontrolled life energy. The best profession for these people is one that involves a rapid flow of money. This birthday brings good athletes, soldiers, architects, actors, cartoonists, administrators, mediators or merchants.

The flaws of this birthday include roughness and dishonesty. Such people are unreliable. They have a tendency to waste: they spend more than they earn. They are vain like a peacock, diminishing both their physical strength and their wealth in life. Still, they’ll be lucky anyway, and life will reward them handsomely. But it will not be due to his special merit, but only as a result of a fortunate turn of events.

The health of people born on this day is excellent, and their bodies are healthy and strong. But they can always get hurt from overwork and worry. If these things last too long, they usually cause severe headaches and disturbances in consciousness, which can later cause more serious physical ailments. Therefore, they should strive to avoid restlessness and confusion, as they have a negative effect on their health.

Zodiac sign for those born on March 24

If your birthday is March 24, your zodiac sign is  Aries

March 24 - personality and character

character:  subtle, frank, natural, unbearable, selfish, severe;
profession:  programmer, director, lawyer;
colors:  white, green, scarlet;
stone:  amber;
animal:  penguin;
plant:  Basil;
lucky numbers:  2,25,30,34,35,45
super lucky number:  24

Holidays and observances - March 24

  • International Day for the Right to the Truth in relation to Grave Violations of Human Rights and the Dignity of Victims.
  • Argentina: Day of the dental technician.
  • Colombia: Announcer’s Day.
  • Flag of El Salvador El Salvador: National Day of Monsignor Óscar Arnulfo Romero Galdámez.
  • Argentina: National Day of Memory for Truth and Justice, since 2006 (national holiday).
  • World Tuberculosis Day.
  • March 21-27: Week of solidarity with the peoples that fight against racism and racial discrimination.

March 24 Celebrity birthdays. Who was born the same day as you?

1901: Ub Iwerks, American animator (d. 1971).
1903: Adolph Butenandt, German biochemist, 1939 Nobel Prize winner for chemistry (d. 1995).
1903: Malcolm Muggeridge, British writer (d. 1990).
1909 - Clyde Barrow, American outlaw (d. 1934).
1910: Richard Conte, American actor (d. 1975).
1911: Joe Barbera, American animator, director and producer (d. 2006).
1916: José Bódalo, Spanish actor of Argentine origin (d. 1985).
1917: Constantine Andreou, Greek painter born in Brazil (d. 2007).
1917: John Kendrew, British chemist, 1962 Nobel Prize Winner (d. 1997).
1919: Lawrence Ferlinghetti, American writer and editor, of the beat generation.
1921: Vasili Smyslov, Russian chess player (d. 2010).
1924: Norman Fell, American actor (f. 1998).
1924: Jerónimo Arozamena, Spanish jurist (d. 2010).
1926: Dario Fo, Italian theater writer, 1997 Nobel Prize for Literature (d. 2016).
1930: David Dacko, first Central African president (d. 2003).
1930: Agustín González, Spanish actor (f. 2005).
1930: Cristóbal Halffter, Spanish classical conductor and composer.
1930: Steve McQueen, American actor (d. 1980).
1930: Maruja Montes, actress and Argentine vedette (f. 1993).
1934: William Smith, American actor.
1935: Mary Berry, British presenter and writer.
1935: Peret, Spanish singer, guitarist and composer of gypsy ethnicity (d. 2014).
1937: María Elena Ovalle, Chilean economist.
1938: Holger Czukay, German musician, of the band Can.
1938: David Irving, British historian.
1938: Atilio Pozzobón, Argentine actor.
1942: Roberto Lavagna, Argentine economist and politician.
1944: R. Lee Ermey, American actor.
1944: Vojislav Koštunica, Serbian Prime Minister.
1944: Alonso Puerta, Spanish politician.
1945: Robert Bakker, American paleontologist.
1945: Curtis Hanson, American filmmaker.
1946: Klaus Dinger, German musician, of the Kraftwerk band (d. 2008).
1947: Jorge Martínez, Argentine actor.
1947: José Pérez Ocana, Spanish painter and activist (d. 1983).
1947: Alan Sugar, British businessman.
1948: Eduardo Mendicutti, Spanish writer.
1949: Joaquim Maria Puyal, Spanish journalist.
1950: Alban d’Entremont, Canadian geographer.
1951: Tommy Hilfiger, American fashion designer.
1951: Dougie Thomson, British musician, bassist for the band Supertramp.
1952: Quim Monzó, Spanish writer.
1953: María Garralón, Spanish actress.
1954: Robert Carradine, American actor.
1954: María Pilar Queralt del Hierro, Spanish historian and writer.
1955: Amparo Rubín, Mexican singer-songwriter and producer.
1956: Steve Ballmer, American businessman, president of Microsoft since 2008.
1956: Roxana Zúniga, Costa Rican journalist.
1957: Sílvia Munt, Spanish actress and filmmaker.
1958: Mike Woodson, American basketball player and coach.
1960: Kelly LeBrock, American actress.
1960: Nena (Gabriele Susanne Kerner), German singer.
1960 - Scott Pruett, American racing driver.
1961: Pascual Ferry, Spanish cartoonist.
1964: Chantal Mauduit, French mountaineer (d. 1998).
1965: Mark Calaway, American professional wrestler.
1965: Peter Jacobson, American actor.
1968: Antonio Karmona Herrera, Spanish footballer.
1969: Houston, American porn actress.
1969: Verónica Vieyra, Argentine actress.
1970: Lara Flynn Boyle, American actress.
1970: Sharon Corr, Irish violinist of the group The Corrs.
1970: Wilson Álvarez, Venezuelan baseball player.
1973: Jacek Bąk, Polish footballer.
1973: Jim Parsons, American actor
1974: Chad Butler, American drummer, of the band Switchfoot.
1974: Juan Bravo Baena, Tax Inspector. Deputy for Ceuta of the XII Legislature.
1974: Alyson Hannigan, American actress.
1975: Thomas Johansson, Swedish tennis player.
1975: Arturo Valls, Spanish actor and presenter.
1976: Aliou Cissé, Senegalese footballer.
1976: Peyton Manning, American football player.
1977: Corneille, Canadian singer.
1977: Jessica Chastain, American actress.
1977: Ferran Lavina, Spanish basketball player.
1978: Tomáš Ujfaluši, Czech footballer.
1979: Marco Olea, Chilean soccer player.
1980: Mario Monforte, Spanish artist and fashion blogger.
1981: Gary Paffett, British motorsport driver.
1982: Jack Swagger, German-American professional wrestler.
1982: James Napier, American actor and musician.
1982: Kenn, Japanese voice actor and singer.
1982: Fernanda Castillo, Mexican actress.
1983: Alexei Eremenko, Finnish footballer of Russian origin.
1983: Álex Anwandter, Chilean singer-songwriter, musician and director of video clips, of the band Teleradio Donoso.
1983: TJ Ford, American basketball player.
1983: Santi Trancho, Spanish cameraman (d. 2015).
1984: Chris Bosh, American basketball player.
1984: Park Bom, South Korean singer.
1985: Lana, American manager of wrestling.
1985: Haruka Ayase, actress, singer and Japanese idol gravure.
1986: Kohei Hirate, Japanese racing driver.
1986: Nathalia Dill, Brazilian actress.
1987: Ramires, Brazilian soccer player.
1987: Juan Diego Covarrubias, Mexican actor.
1987: María Valverde, Spanish actress.
1990: Keisha Castle-Hughes, New Zealand actress.
1991: Eduardo Casanova, Spanish actor, screenwriter and director.
1996: Jack Johnson, singer of the musical duo Jack and Jack.