April 15, 1973

Here are all the facts you need to know about your birthday on Sunday, April 15, 1973:

🕰️ Born into › Generation X
🎉 Next birthday will be on › Wednesday
🎂 How many days until my birthday

Countdown time to your next birthday:

🍿 Number one movie › The Sting
🎮 Number one video game › Space Race
🎵 Number one song › "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree" by Tony Orlando and Dawn

🐂 Chinese Zodiac › Ox
☀️ Sun Sign › Aries
🔥 Zodiac Element › Fire
🌠 Zodiac Quality › Cardinal
🪐 Ruling Planet › Mars ♂
🐼 Spirit Animal › Hawk

🔢 Life Path Number › 3
🌼 Birth flower › Sweet Pea/Daisy
🪨 Birthstone › Diamond
📅 Lucky day › Tuesday
Power Color › Red

Gas price per gallon › $0.39

🏛️ President of United States
🌎 World population › 3,927,538,695 Source: un.org

⚡️ You’ve traveled over 29,913,600,000 miles through the Milky Way.
⚡️ You have blinked over 457,678,080 times in your lifetime
⚡️ Your heart beat over 2,153,779,200 times.
⚡️ You have taken about 3,140,928,000 steps.
⚡️ You have taken about 376,911,360 breaths since your birth.

⏱️ Your billionth (1,000,000,000) second was on December 22, 2004.

What happened on my birthday

Samuel Johnson's "A Dictionary of the English Language" published in London.

1st telephone installed: Boston-Somerville in Massachusetts.

RMS Titanic sinks at 2:27 AM off Newfoundland as the band plays on.

Famous people with my birthday

Kenneth Bloomfield, BBC governor (Ireland)

Lynne Austin, American model (First Hooters girl), Playboy playmate (Jul, 1986)

Claudia Cardinale, Italian-Tunisian actress (The Pink Panther, 8½)

Paula Pell, American comedian and writer (Saturday Night Live, 30 Rock)

Kym Gyngell, Australian comedian

Lou Romano, American voice actor

Jocelyn Barrow, British race relations campaigner (Card) and 1st black female governor of the BBC

Austin Aries [Daniel Solwold, Jr], American professional wrestler

Holidays on Sunday, April 15th

National Rubber Eraser Day
National Rubber Eraser Day, celebrated on April 15th, honors the awesome little tool that lets us easily fix our mistakes on paper, giving us a chance to start fresh.

National ASL Day
National ASL Day, celebrated on April 15th, honors American Sign Language, a vital form of communication for the Deaf community, enabling people to connect beyond words and linguistic barriers.

Micro-volunteering Day
Micro-Volunteering Day, celebrated every April 15th, is a day to encourage people to make a big difference through small, quick acts of kindness or help, showing that even the tiniest efforts can have a huge impact on making the world better.

National Laundry Day
National Laundry Day is a day to appreciate the feeling of having clean clothes and linens, celebrating the process of doing laundry and possibly discovering fun facts about it, such as its name origin from words meaning "washing linen."

Jackie Robinson Day
Jackie Robinson Day, celebrated every April 15, honors the day Jackie Robinson broke Major League Baseball's color barrier, becoming a trailblazer for civil rights both on and off the field.


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