23/09 Birthday - Zodiac Information

September 23 Zodiac


People born on September 23 are eccentric, they strive to solve the mystery of life.

Horoscope and personality for those born on September 23

Widely talented, they show a love of reading, scientific work, medicine, and literature. They gladly collect books.

They are people endowed with exceptional analytical skills, who decisively defend the truth and never stray from it. They are frequently interested in philosophy, the occult and show a tendency to spiritual development. Philosophically disposed, they indulge in solitary contemplation, showing a certain tendency to melancholy. Their mind is eccentric, because they seek everything hidden, they defend unusual studies that want to explore the secrets of existence.

They dive deep into serious thoughts, often withdrawn and alienated. They experience all disappointments quite severely. Defects. Lack of confidence and decision, not believing enough in themselves. This birthday brings two types of people: positive and negative. They can be fair and neutral, characterized by high ideals and a deep mind, or unstable, untrustworthy, impatient, reckless, always pestering everyone with their criticism. Why should they fight? Above all, to achieve the highest moral development that they can. You must stay away from superficial materialism and consider the fact that everything in earthly life eventually passes.

Marriage is often associated with sad experiences. Profession: They will find success in professions related to land, agriculture, mining; they can get wealth from them as long as they overcome their recklessness in financial matters. It can also happen that their subordinates cause them significant problems; at other times, they can bring them financial benefits. A woman born on this day may encounter emotional distress and an unfavorable marriage. People born today should worry about the state of their nerves and avoid working too hard; otherwise, they could fall into disorder and chaos.

Zodiac sign for those born on September 23

If your birthday is on September 23, your zodiac sign is  Libra

September 23 - personality and character

character:  inquisitive, honest, passionate, perfidious, harsh, gloomy;
profession:  surgeon, dentist, flight attendant;
colors:  pink, white, orange;
stone:  scarlet emerald;
animal:  guinea pig;
plant:  Japanese maple;
lucky numbers:  8,9,34,36,44,57
super lucky number:  13

Holidays and Observances - September 23

  • International Day of Senas Languages
  • Spain: Tacoronte: festivities of the Santísimo Cristo de Tacoronte.
  • Peru: Spring and Youth Day.
  • Spain: Tarragona: festivities of Santa Tecla, patron saint’s day.
  • International Beach Cleaning Day.
  • International Day against Sexual Exploitation and Human Trafficking.
  • Argentina: Political Scientist Day
  • International Bisexuality Day.
  • Spain: Atzeneta d’Albaida: festivities of the Santísimo Cristo de la Fe and Monte Calvario.
  • Spain: Corella: San Miguel festivities, inaugural rocket.
  • Argentina: Women’s Political Rights Day.
  • Argentina: Popular Libraries Day
  • Puerto Rico: Cry of Lares.

September 23 Birthdays of celebrities. Who was born the same day as you?

1901: Jaroslav Seifert, Czechoslovakian writer, 1984 Nobel Prize winner for literature (d. 1986).
1902: Carlos Schlieper, Argentine filmmaker (d. 1957).
1902: Montagu Slater, British writer (d. 1956).
1903: Jorge Cuesta, Mexican chemist and writer (d. 1942).
1904: Gilda Abreu, Brazilian actress, singer and filmmaker (d. 1979).
1905: Francisco Fiorentino, Argentine tango singer (f. 1955).
1907: Albert Ammons, American pianist (d. 1949).
1907: Dominique Aury, French writer (d. 1998).
1907: Duarte I Nuno de Braganza, Portuguese aristocrat (d. 1976).
1907: Jarmila Novotna, Czech soprano and actress (d. 1994).
1907: Rodrigo de Santiago, Spanish musician (d. 1985).
1908: Eusebio Cimorra, Spanish journalist and writer (d. 2007).
1908: Raymonde Vincent, French writer (d. 1985).
1909: Alberto Cuello, Argentine footballer.
1912: Tony Smith, American visual artist and sculptor (d. 1980).
1913: Carl-Henning Pedersen, Danish painter (d. 2007).
1914: Omar Ali Saifuddien III, Sultan of Brunei (d. 1986).
1915: Sergio Bertoni, Italian footballer (d. 1995).
1915: Clifford Glenwood Shull, American physicist (d. 2001).
1916: Aureliano Lima, Portuguese sculptor (d. 1984).
1916: José María Méndez Calderón, Salvadoran writer (f. 2006).
1916: Aldo Moro, Italian politician (d. 1978).
1916: Anna Yegorova, Soviet military (d. 2009).
1917: El Santo (Rodolfo Guzmán Huerta), Mexican wrestler and actor (d. 1984).
1917: Asima Chatterjee, Indian chemist (d. 2006).
1918: Asim Ahmed Amin, Egyptian sculptor (d. 1989).
1919: Hyman Minsky, American economist (d. 1996).
1920: Rafael Revelles, Spanish painter.
1920: Mickey Rooney, American actor (d. 2014).
1921: Arlindo Rocha, Portuguese sculptor.
1922: Joannis Avramidis, Greco-Austrian sculptor.
1922: Aldo Braibanti, Italian writer.
1923: José Ricardo De León, Uruguayan soccer player and coach (d. 2010).
1923: Alfredo Martínez Moreno, Salvadoran writer.
1924: Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Cardenal, Nicaraguan businessman and journalist (f. 1978).
1924: Enrique González Bethencourt, Spanish musician and murguero (d. 2010).
1924: Olga Kirsch, South African writer (d. 1997).
1925: Eleonora Rossi Drago, Italian actress (d. 2007).
1926: John Coltrane, American saxophonist (d. 1967).
1926: Jimmy Woode, American bassist (d. 2005).
1927: Jorge Camet Dickmann, Peruvian businessman.
1928: Frank Foster, American saxophonist and composer (d. 2011).
1928: Julio Le Parc, Argentine artist.
1928: María Larraín de Vicuna, Chilean activist and writer.
1929: Viktor Sarianidi, Russian archaeologist.
1930: Ray Charles, American singer and pianist (d. 2004).
1930: René Jolivet, Argentine actor, entertainer and broadcaster (f. 1997).
1930: Albert Manent, Spanish writer (d. 2014).
1930: Irene Reid, American blues singer (f. 2008).
1932: Jorge Glusberg, Argentine architect (d. 2012).
1932: Maruxa Vilalta, Mexican theater director and playwright.
1933: Alberto Asor Rosa, Italian writer, historian and politician.
1934: Per Olov Enquist, Swedish journalist and writer.
1934: Gino Paoli, Italian musician.
1934: Franc Rodé, Slovenian cardinal.
1935: Les McCann, American singer and pianist.
1935: Juan Adolfo Singer, Uruguayan politician.
1936: Valentín Paniagua, Peruvian politician.
1938: Wilbert Chi Góngora, Mexican politician.
1938: Manuel Calvo Pumpido, businessman and Spanish sports leader (d. 2007).
1938: Jean-Claude Mézieres, French cartoonist.
1938: Romy Schneider, German actress (d. 1982).
1939: Roy Buchanan, American guitarist (d. 1988).
1939: Luis Manuel Cosculluela Montaner, Spanish politician.
1939: Raúl Portal, Argentine radio and television host.
1940: Eduardo Bähr, Honduran writer.
1940: María Victoria Llamas, Mexican communicator (f. 2008).
1940: Alberto Miralles, Spanish playwright (d. 2004).
1940: William Miranda Marín, Puerto Rican politician (d. 2010).
1940: Cristián Precht, Chilean priest.
1940: Mohammad Reza Shayarián, Iranian singer.
1940: Michel Temer, Brazilian politician and president.
1941: Renato Curcio, Italian revolutionary.
1941: Luis Durnwalder, Italian politician.
1941: George Jackson, American activist (d. 1971).
1941: Navanethem Pillay, South African jurist.
1941: César Saucedo, Peruvian military politician.
1942: Sila Calderón, Puerto Rican politician.
1943: Julio Iglesias, Spanish singer.
1943: Lino Oviedo, Paraguayan general and politician (f. 2013).
1943: Iván Zulueta, Spanish designer and filmmaker.
1944: Ivan Martin Jirous, Czech poet (d. 2011).
1944: Norbert Walter, German economist (d. 2012).
1945: Ron Bushy, American drummer, of the band Iron Butterfly.
1945: Igor Ivanov, Russian politician.
1946: Franz Fischler, Austrian politician.
1946: John Woo, Chinese filmmaker.
1947: Mary Kay Place, American actress and singer.
1947: Neal Smith, American drummer, of the band Alice Cooper.
1948: Javier Bedoya de Vivanco, Peruvian politician.
1948: Don Grolnick, American pianist and composer (f. 1996).
1949: Juan Manuel Asensi, Spanish footballer.
1949: Quini, Spanish footballer.
1949: Bruce Springsteen, American musician.
1950: Miguel Caillaux Zazzalli, Peruvian businessman and politician.
1950: Edgardo Di Meola, Argentine soccer player (f. 2005).
1951: Steven Springer, American guitarist (d. 2012).
1954: Charlie Barnett, American actor and comedian (d. 1996).
1955: David Hammerstein, American politician and environmentalist.
1955: Paolo Rossi, Italian footballer.
1956: Lilli Carati, Italian actress.
1956: Peter David, American writer.
1956: Andoni Goikoetxea, Spanish footballer.
1956: Inaki Perurena, Spanish athlete.
1957: Mikel Cabieces, Spanish politician.
1957: Rosalind Chao, American actress.
1957: Emilia Contessa, Indonesian singer.
1957: Ignacio Gil Lázaro, Spanish politician.
1957: Elías Moreno Brizuela, Mexican politician.
1957: Kumar Sanu, Indian singer.
1957: Mercedes Vigil, Uruguayan writer.
1957: Adam Zeman, British neurologist.
1958: Tito Alcedo, Spanish guitarist.
1959: Jason Alexander, American actor.
1959: Rosalind Chao, American actress.
1959: Adelaide Ferreira, Portuguese singer.
1959: Pablo Iturralde, Uruguayan politician.
1959: Carlos Ramos Rivas, Venezuelan politician.
1959: Fernando Romay, Spanish basketball player.
1959: Lina Ron, Venezuelan anarchist (d. 2011).
1960: Ariel Basteiro, Argentine politician.
1960: Santiago Cueto Caballero, Peruvian psychologist.
1960: Verónica Llinás, Argentine actress.
1960: Luis Moya, Spanish racing co-driver.
1960: Luis Ernesto Videla, Chilean businessman (d. 2010).
1961: Chi McBride, American actor.
1961: William McCool, American astronaut (d. 2003).
1961: Elizabeth Pena, American actress.
1962: Alberto Estrella, Mexican actor.
1962: Paulo Ricardo, Brazilian singer.
1963: Anne-Marie Cadieux, Canadian actress.
1963: Sonia Martínez, Spanish actress and presenter (d. 1994).
1963: Alex Proyas, Australian filmmaker.
1964: Clayton Blackmore, Welsh footballer.
1964: Koshi Inaba, Japanese singer, of the band B’z.
1964: Larry Krystkowiak, American basketball player.
1965: Aleqa Hammond, Greenlandic politician.
1965: Mark Woodforde, Australian tennis player.
1966: Jonathan Coleman, New Zealand politician.
1966: Tony Gómez, Uruguayan soccer player.
1966: Yoshinori Kitase, creator of Japanese video games.
1966: Berta Rojas, Paraguayan guitarist.
1968: Kazushige Abe, Japanese writer.
1968: José Ignacio González Moreno, Spanish documentary maker, screenwriter and journalist.
1968: Chango Spasiuk, Argentine musician, composer and accordionist.
1968: Sydnee Steele, American pornographic actress.
1968: Wendelin Werner, German mathematician.
1969: Patrick Fiori, French singer.
1969: Gerhard Poschner, German footballer.
1970: Ani DiFranco, American singer.
1970: Götz Heinrich Loos, German geographer and botanist.
1971: Lara Dibildos, Spanish actress and television presenter.
1971: Eric Montross, American basketball player.
1971: Sean Spicer, American political consultant, White House Press Secretary.
1972: Francisco González, Chilean musician.
1972: Galit Gutman, Israeli model.
1972: Jermaine Dupri, American rapper and music producer.
1972: Mateo Gil, Spanish director and scriptwriter.
1972: Sarah Bettens, Belgian singer and guitarist, of the band K’s Choice.
1973: Layzie Bone, American rapper, of the band Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.
1973: Ingrid Fliter, Argentine pianist.
1973: Cristián Ariel Morales, Argentine footballer.
1974: Claudio Elías, Uruguayan soccer player.
1974: Matt Hardy, American professional wrestler.
1974: Harumi Inoue, Japanese actress and model.
1974: Félix Mantilla, Spanish tennis player.
1974: Cecilia Pérez Jara, Chilean writer.
1975: Carlos Artiga, Salvadoran journalist and lawyer.
1975: Laurent Batlles, French footballer.
1975: Jaime Bergman, American model and actress.
1975: Layzie Bone, American rapper, of the band Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.
1975: Demetrio Lozano, Spanish handball player.
1975: César Mateos, Mexican politician.
1975: Kim Dong-moon, South Korean badminton player.
1975: Walid Regragui, Moroccan footballer.
1976: Ricardo Ciciliano, Colombian footballer.
1976: Rob James-Collier, British actor and model.
1976: Anya Marina, American singer.
1977: Rachael Yamagata, American musician.
1978: Keri Lynn Pratt, American actress.
1978: Anthony Mackie, American actor.
1979: Ricky Davis, American basketball player.
1979: Fábio Simplício, Brazilian soccer player.
1979: Cynthia Urías, actress and Mexican presenter.
1980: Marcinho Guerreiro, Brazilian soccer player.
1980: Syu, Japanese guitarist.
1981: Robert Doornbos, Dutch Formula 1 driver.
1981: Chano Moreno Charpentier, Argentine singer, of the band Tan Biónica.
1981: Natalie Horler, Anglo-German singer, of the band Cascada.
1981: Giovanni Roselli, American professional wrestler.
1982: Eduardo Costa, Brazilian soccer player.
1982: Shyla Stylez, Canadian porn actress.
1983: Leinier Domínguez, Cuban chess player.
1983: Ryan Seaman, American drummer, of the band Falling in Reverse.
1984: Ana María Aguilera, Colombian actress.
1984: Jan-Ingwer Callsen-Bracker, German footballer.
1984: Matt Kemp, American baseball player.
1984: Michael Sotillo, Peruvian soccer player.
1984: Anneliese van der Pol, Dutch-American actress.
1985: Alisa Ganíyeva, Russian writer.
1985: Maki Goto, Japanese singer.
1985: Nahomi Kawasumi, Japanese soccer player.
1986: Martin Cranie, British footballer.
1986: Gina-Lisa Lohfink, German model.
1987: Skylar Astin, American actor.
1987: María Gonllegos, Mexican actress.
1988: Nicolás Gaitán, Argentine footballer.
1988: Juan Martín del Potro, Argentine tennis player.
1988: Juan Sebastián Quintero, Colombian presenter.
1988: Manfred Russell, Costa Rican soccer player.
1989: Dani Daniels, director and American pornographic actress.
1989: Brandon Jennings, American basketball player.
1989: Mara Scherzinger, German actress.
1990: Çagatay Ulusoy, Turkish actor and model.
1991: Melanie Oudin, American tennis player.
1991: Zia Quizon, Filipino singer.
1991: Key (singer), singer, rapper, dancer, actor, presenter, MC and South Korean model.
1995: Patrick Criado, guitarist and Spanish actor.
1996: Lee Hi, South Korean singer