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November 19 Zodiac


People born on November 19 are stable, focused, with a talent for persuading others.

Horoscope and personality for those born on November 19

Its most characteristic feature is an unusual intensity in all its experiences, both physical and mental. They fight for power, they show passion and their inner power must find a way out.

Today’s birthday brings people whose destiny is to take a very active part in public life. His spirit is courageous, and his mind is flexible, endowed with the power of authority, ease of expression of thoughts, and a talent for persuasion. At the same time, they are neutral, sociable, live life to the fullest.

A child born on this day is well built, and his organism is very vital. The excess of physical energy that overflows you must find a wide outlet in your daily life; otherwise, your health could suffer. Because he is prone to selfishness, persistence, and anger, he must be taught to share his toys and joys with other children. When undeveloped and deprived of proper care, such a child becomes very aggressive and constantly starts fights with others.

You must gradually learn that the mind is a better weapon than the fist, and that your cunning and exceptional abilities can grant you a high level of education and eloquence. People born today can excel as sailors or members of the military, as well as medicine and chemistry. A woman born on this day is imperious and self-confident, capable of making life difficult for a husband who can only flatter and praise her.

Zodiac sign for those born on November 19

If your birthday is on November 19, your zodiac sign is  Scorpio

November 19 - personality and character

character:  witty, truthful, intelligent, arrogant, gloomy, unstable;
profession:  composer, teacher, musician;
colors:  purple, black, olive;
stone:  scarlet emerald;
animal:  coyote;
plant:  Blueberry;
lucky numbers:  6,8,14,15,41,56
super lucky number:  10

Holidays and observances - November 19

  • Argentina: National Day for the Prevention of Abuse against Children and Adolescents.
  • International Men’s Day.
  • International Guinness Records Day. It is celebrated every third Sunday in November.
  • Puerto Rico: celebration of the arrival of the Spanish on the island (“Discovery” of Puerto Rico).
  • Argentina: anniversary of the founding of La Plata, capital of the first Argentine State.

November 19 Celebrity Birthday. Who was born the same day as you?

1900: Anna Seghers, German writer and politician (d. 1983).
1904 - Nathan Freudenthal Leopold, Jr., American assassin (d. 1971).
1905 - Tommy Dorsey, American jazz trombonist, big band conductor, and composer (d. 1956).
1906: Franz Schädle, German Nazi SS officer (d. 1945).
1908: Jean Yves Daniel-Lesur, French composer and organist (d. 2002).
1908: Alfredo Pareja Diezcanseco, Ecuadorian writer and historian (f. 1993).
1909: Peter Drucker, Austrian theorist and writer (d. 2005).
1909: Carlos López Moctezuma, Mexican actor (d. 1980).
1912: George Palade, Romanian-American biologist, 1974 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine (d. 2008).
1913: Ataúlfo Argenta, Spanish conductor and pianist (f. 1958).
1915: Earl Wilbur Sutherland Jr., American pharmacologist, biochemist, and researcher, 1971 Nobel Prize winner for physiology and medicine (d. 1974).
1917: Indira Gandhi, Indian politician and prime minister (d. 1984).
1918: Margarita Landi, Spanish journalist (d. 2004).
1919: Gillo Pontecorvo, Italian filmmaker and screenwriter (d. 2006).
1919: Alan Young, British-Canadian actor, singer and filmmaker (d. 2016).
1920: Gene Tierney, American actress and singer (d. 1991).
1921: Roy Campanella, American baseball player and coach (d. 1993).
1922: Yuri Knorozov, Ukrainian-Soviet linguist and ethnographer (d. 1999).
1924: William Russell, British actor.
1925: Zygmunt Bauman, Polish-British sociologist, historian and academic.
1926: Jeane Kirkpatrick, American diplomat (d. 2006).
1926: Pino Rauti, Italian journalist and politician (d. 2012).
1929: Slavko Avsenik, Slovenian musician.
1930: Kurt Nielsen, Danish tennis player (d. 2011).
1932: Eleanor F. Helin, American astronomer (d. 2009).
1933: Larry King, American journalist.
1934: Kurt Hamrin, Swedish footballer.
1934: Valentin Kozmich Ivanov, Russian footballer (d. 2011).
1934: Joanne Kyger, American Buddhist poet, of the Beat Generation.
1935: Jack Welch, American businessman.
1936: Ray Collins, American singer (d. 2012).
1936: Yuan T. Lee, Taiwanese chemist, 1986 Nobel Prize winner for chemistry.
1936: Tania (Tamara Bunke), Argentine revolutionary and guerrilla activist (d. 1967).
1938: Ted Turner, American businessman.
1939: Emil Constantinescu, Romanian academic and politician, 3rd president of his country.
1939: Tom Harkin, American military man, lawyer and politician.
1939: Brenda Vaccaro, American actress.
1939: Richard Zare, American chemist and academic.
1941 - Tommy Thompson, American military and politician, Secretary of Health and Human Services.
1942: Calvin Klein, American fashion designer.
1942: Moris, Argentine singer, musician and composer.
1942: Sharon Olds, American poet and academic.
1942: Norberto Suárez, Argentine actor (d. 2012).
1943: Margalida Castro, Colombian actress.
1943: Fred Lipsius, American saxophonist and educator, of the band Blood, Sweat & Tears.
1943: Aurelio Monteagudo, Cuban baseball player (d. 1990).
1944: Agnes Baltsa, mezzo-soprano and Greek actress.
1944: Fernando Pérez Valdés, Cuban filmmaker.
1947: Anfinn Kallsberg, Faroese politician, 10th Prime Minister of the Faroe Islands.
1947: Lamar S. Smith, American lawyer and politician.
1951: Zeenat Aman, Indian model and actress.
1951: José María Fraguas, Spanish television producer.
1952: Urruti (Francisco Javier González Urruticoechea), Spanish goalkeeper (f. 2001).
1953: Robert Beltran, American actor.
1953: Alexander O’Neal, American singer-songwriter for R & B-songwriter.
1954: Kathleen Quinlan, American actress.
1955: Sam Hamm, American screenwriter and producer.
1956: Eileen Collins, American woman astronaut, colonel and pilot.
1956: Ann Curry, journalist and writer from Guam.
1957: Ofra Haza, Israeli singer (d. 2000).
1958: Algirdas Butkevičius, Lithuanian sergeant and politician, Prime Minister of his country.
1958: Terrence Carson, African-American actor.
1958: Charlie Kaufman, American director, producer and screenwriter.
1959: Allison Janney, American actress.
1960: Miss Elizabeth, American professional wrestler (d. 2003).
1960: Matt Sorum, American drummer, of the band Guns N ‘Roses.
1961: Juan José Moreno Cuenca, Spanish criminal.
1961: Germán Coppini, Spanish singer. (F. 2013)
1961: Meg Ryan, American actress.
1962: Amado Boudou, Argentine politician and vice president.
1962: Jodie Foster, American actress, filmmaker and producer.
1962: Sean Parnell, American lawyer and politician, 12th Governor of Alaska.
1964: Jung Jin-young, South Korean actor.
1964: Eric Musselman, American basketball player and coach.
1964: Petr Nečas, Czech Prime Minister.
1964: Crystal Waters, American singer and songwriter.
1964: Alfredo Zaiat, Argentine economist and journalist.
1965: Laurent Blanc, French footballer and coach.
1965: Luis Rubio, Argentine actor, humorist and screenwriter.
1965: Paul Weitz, American actor, filmmaker, producer, screenwriter and playwright.
1965: Laurent Blanc, French footballer and coach.
1966: Gail Devers, American athlete.
1966: Jason Scott Lee, actor and American martial artist.
1967: Daniel Gómez Rinaldi, Argentine journalist.
1968: Karina, Peruvian-Venezuelan actress and singer.
1969: Philippe Adams, Belgian racing driver.
1969: Érika Alexander, American actress and screenwriter.
1969: Ana Álvarez, Spanish actress and model.
1969: Richard Virenque, Moroccan cyclist.
1970: Juanita Parra, Chilean drummer and composer, of the band Los Jaivas.
1971: Justin Chancellor, British bassist, of the bands Tool and Peach.
1971: Jeremy McGrath, American motorcycle racer.
1971: Naoko Mori, Japanese-British actress and singer.
1971: Tony Rich, singer, songwriter and American R&B musician.
1972: Sandrine Holt, British-American model and actress.
1973: Billy Currington, American singer, songwriter and guitarist.
1973: Abraham Gragera, Spanish poet.
1973: Ryukishi07, Japanese writer and illustrator.
1975: Toby Bailey, American basketball player.
1976: Jack Dorsey, American businessman, co-founder of the social network Twitter.
1976: Diego Gentile, Argentine actor.
1976: Benny Vansteelant, Belgian athlete (f. 2007).
1976: Stylianos Venetidis, Greek footballer.
1978: Dries Buytaert, Belgian programmer and computer scientist.
1979: Mahé Drysdale, New Zealand rower.
1979: Ryan Howard, American baseball player.
1979: Michelle Vieth, Mexican actress.
1979: Jordi Vilches, Spanish actor.
1980: Vladimir Radmanović, Serbian basketball player.
1980: Adele Silva, British actress.
1981: Carlos Araujo, Argentine soccer player.
1981: Marcus Banks, American basketball player.
1981: Juan Martín Fernández Lobbe, Argentine rugby player.
1981: Juliet Lima, Venezuelan actress.
1981: André Lotterer, German motorsport driver.
1983: Adam Driver, American actor.
1983: Daria Werbowy, Canadian-Polish model.
1984: Jorge Fucile, Uruguayan soccer player.
1984: Dawid Kucharski, Polish footballer.
1984: Brittany Maynard, American activist (d. 2014).
1985: Chris Eagles, British footballer.
1985: Alex Mack, American football player.
1985: Claudia Molina, Spanish actress and singer.
1986: Pablo González, Chilean soccer player.
1986: Ezequiel Luna, Argentine soccer player.
1986: Dayron Robles, Cuban athlete.
1986: Milan Smiljanić, Serbian footballer.
1988: Víctor Cuesta, Argentine soccer player.
1988: Roberto Rosales, Venezuelan soccer player.
1988: Patrick Kane, American ice hockey player.
1989: Tyga, American rapper and producer.
1991: Genki Yamamoto, Japanese professional cyclist.
1993: Cleo Massey, actress and singer | Australian.
1993: Suso Fernández, Spanish footballer.
1994: Ibrahima Mbaye, Senegalese footballer.
1995: Vanessa Axente, Hungarian model.
1999: Yevguéniya Medvedeva, Russian skater.
1999: Denisse Pena, Spanish actress