14/09 Birthday - Zodiac Information
September 14 Zodiac
People born on September 14 are cunning, they penetrate the secrets of nature.
Horoscope and personality for those born on September 14
They are not very willing to lead an active life, but show a tendency to withdraw, quiet contemplation, research and study.
They often wish to found a new philosophy and become a being in the life of society. In fact, they get the environment interested, and their skills often win public recognition and applause. These people are seen by others as managers who help them in mental and spiritual development. His analytical skills are exceptional. They study everything thoroughly, classify, segregate and order everything they can to perceive the potential value of things.
His brain is as skilled as his hands, showing great meticulousness in the smallest of details. Capable of being emotional, they provide a faithful friendship. They care deeply for their children and can be excellent parents. They are excellent at telling stories and can become talented novelists. They have a lot of calm force; however, sensuality tempts them. Defects: They are people in love with life, sensual; sensitive to flattery. Their vanity makes it easy for flatterers to divert them and expose them to a fall, because they succumb to various delusions and are easily fooled.
Irritable, angry, inharmonious, sensual, often causing shock. They may be at risk of disagreements and sad experiences in love, even some greater danger related to the opposite sex. Why should they fight? Above all, to control his sensual instincts. If they fail to develop moral fortitude and control their passion, they may be at risk of negative experiences and their good reputations could suffer as a result. The same applies to men and women born on this day.
Zodiac sign for those born on September 14
If your birthday is on September 14, your zodiac sign is Virgo
September 14 - personality and character
character: sensible, easy, intelligent, violent, closed-lipped, unruly;
profession: ophthalmologist, archaeologist, historian;
colors: beige, yellow, silver;
lucky numbers: 7,15,16,26,36,59
super lucky number: 35
Holidays and observances - September 14
- Mexico: Federation of the state of Chiapas to the Republic of Mexico in 1824.
- Venezuela: Barquisimeto (Venezuela): the International Fair of Barquisimeto begins (on the anniversary of the founding of this city).
- Bolivia: Cochabamba (Bolivia): anniversary in honor of the uprising of the protomartyr Esteban Arze against Spanish rule.
- Mexico: National Charro Day.
- Argentina: Capilla del Senor (Argentina): patron saint festivities.
- Spain: Los Yébenes (Toledo): patron saint festivities in honor of the Virgin of Finibusterre.
- Spain: Majadahonda (Madrid): patron saint festivities in honor of the Santísimo Cristo de los Remedios.
- Spain: Telde (Gran Canaria): Festivities of the Santísimo Cristo de Telde.
- Spain: Bolanos de Calatrava (Ciudad Real): festivals in honor of Spain: Santísimo Cristo de la Columna (popularly known as Christ of the Basil).
- Spain: Cifuentes (Guadalajara): patron saint festivities in honor of the Holy Christ of Mercy
- Nicaragua: Anniversary of the Battle of San Jacinto (1856).
- Argentina: Postman’s Day (1771)
- Spain: San Cristóbal de La Laguna (Tenerife): Festivities of the Holy Christ of La Laguna.
- Argentina: Boxer’s Day (1923) «Fight of the Century»
- Mexico: National Broadcaster Day.
September 14 Celebrity birthdays. Who was born the same day as you?
1904: Dhimiter Çani, Albanian sculptor.
1909: Peter Scott, British ornithologist, conservationist and painter.
1910: Jack Hawkins, British actor.
1910: Rolf Liebermann, Swiss conductor and composer.
1910: Daniel Tinayre, Argentine filmmaker (d. 1994).
1913: Jacobo Arbenz Guzmán, Guatemalan president.
1913: Severino Varela, Uruguayan soccer player (d. 1995).
1915: John Dobson, British astronomer, popularizer of amateur astronomy, inventor of the Dobson telescope (d. 2014).
1918: Georges Berger, Belgian Formula 1 driver (d. 1967).
1920: Mario Benedetti, Uruguayan writer (d. 2009).
1920: Alberto Calderón, Argentine mathematician.
1920: Lawrence Klein, American economist.
1921: Darío Vittori, Italian-Argentine actor (d. 2001).
1923: Fabián Estapé, Spanish economist (d. 2012).
1926: Miguel Brascó, Argentine writer and journalist (d. 2014).
1926: Michel Butor, French writer (d. 2016).
1926: Carmen Franco y Polo, Spanish personality, daughter of the dictator Francisco Franco.
1928: Humberto Maturana, Chilean biologist and epistemologist.
1929: Larry Collins, American writer and journalist.
1930: Allan Bloom, American philosopher.
1931: Horace Lannes, Argentine costume designer and couturier.
1932: Fernando González Pacheco, Colombian actor, television host and presenter.
1933: Harve Presnell, American actor (d. 2009).
1934: Sarah Kofman, French philosopher.
1934: Kate Millett, American feminist writer (d. 2017).
1934: Fernanda Mistral, Argentine actress.
1935: Fujio Akatsuka, Japanese cartoonist.
1936: Walter Koenig, American actor.
1936: Ferid Murad, American doctor, Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1998.
1936: Hernán Figueroa Reyes, Argentine singer-songwriter (d. 1973).
1937: Renzo Piano, Italian architect.
1940: Larry Brown, American basketball coach.
1940: María Teresa Forero, Argentine university teacher, writer, translator and playwright.
1941: Santiago Carlos Oves, Argentine filmmaker (d. 2010).
1942: Félix Pons, Spanish politician (d. 2010).
1945: Claudio Parra, Chilean musician, composer and pianist, founder of the Los Jaivas group.
1947: Sam Neill, New Zealand actor.
1948: Marita Ballesteros, Argentine actress.
1948: Mario Conde, Spanish financier and lawyer.
1952: Matías Prats Luque, Spanish journalist.
1955: Pier Vittorio Tondelli, Italian writer.
1956: Kostas Karamanlis, Greek politician and prime minister since 2004.
1959: Morten Harket, Norwegian singer, of the band A-ha.
1960: Melissa Leo, American actress.
1960: Callum Keith Rennie, Canadian actor.
1965: Mariana Briski, Argentine actress (f. 2014).
1965: Dmitry Medvedev, Russian president.
1966: Mike Cooley, American guitarist.
1966: Carlos Fuentealba, Argentine teacher assassinated by the police (d. 2007).
1967: Ashlyn Gere, American pornographic actress.
1969: Malena Gracia, Spanish actress and model.
1970: Francesco Casagrande, Italian cyclist.
1971: Andre Matos, Brazilian musician.
1971: Kimberly Williams, American actress.
1973: Andrew Lincoln, British actor
1973: Nas, American rapper.
1973: Linvoy Primus, British footballer.
1974: Hicham El Guerrouj, Moroccan athlete.
1974: Raúl Gordillo, Argentine soccer player.
1974: Catalina Olcay, Chilean actress.
1974: Catalina Pulido, Chilean actress.
1976: Agustín Calleri, Argentine tennis player.
1977: Eneko Atxa, Spanish cook.
1978: Silvia Navarro, Mexican actress.
1978: Carmen Kass, Estonian model.
1979: Ivica Olić, Croatian footballer.
1979: Jesse Marunde, American athlete (d. 2007).
1980: Luis Horna, Peruvian tennis player.
1981: Miyavi, Japanese musician and singer.
1981: Ashley Roberts, singer, dancer and American actress, of the band Pussycat Dolls.
1982: Rolando Martínez, presenter and Mexican journalist.
1983: Amy Winehouse, British singer (d. 2011).
1983: Wilson Tiago, Brazilian soccer player.
1984: André de Vanny, Australian actor.
1984: Fernanda Vasconcellos, Brazilian actress and model.
1984: Adam Lamberg, American actor.
1985: Paolo Gregoletto, American bassist, of the band Trivium.
1985: Aya Ueto, Japanese actress and singer.
1985: Alex Clare, British singer and songwriter.
1985: Tomás González, outstanding Chilean athlete.
1986: Michelle Jenner, Spanish actress.
1986: Steven Naismith, Scottish footballer.
1986: Ai Takahashi, Japanese singer, of the band Morning Musume.
1987: Iván Macalik, Argentine soccer player.
1988: Shizuka Ishigami, Japanese voice actress.
1989: Logan Henderson, American actor and singer, of the band Big Time Rush.
1990: Santiago «Morro» García, Uruguayan footballer.
1991: Nana, South Korean singer and dancer, of the bands After School and Orange Caramel.
1991: Shayne Topp, American actor.
1994: Oumar Tourade Bangoura, Guinean footballer (f. 2014)