May 23, 1971

Here are all the facts you need to know about your birthday on Sunday, May 23, 1971:

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

Countdown time to your next birthday:


🍿 Number one movie › Fiddler on the Roof
🎮 Number one video game › The Oregon Trail
🎵 Number one song › "Brown Sugar" by The Rolling Stones

🐖 Chinese Zodiac › Pig
☀️ Sun Sign › Gemini
💨 Zodiac Element › Air
🌠 Zodiac Quality › Mutable
🪐 Ruling Planet › Mercury ☿
🐼 Spirit Animal › Deer

🔢 Life Path Number › 1
🌼 Birth flower › Lily of the valley
🪨 Birthstone › Emerald
📅 Lucky day › Wednesday
Power Color › Yellow

⛽ Gas price per gallon › $0.36





🏛️ President of United States ›
🌎 World population › 3,775,790,900 Source: un.org

⚡️ You’ve traveled over 30,971,200,000 miles through the Milky Way.
⚡️ You have blinked over 473,859,360 times in your lifetime
⚡️ Your heart beat over 2,229,926,400 times.
⚡️ You have taken about 3,251,976,000 steps.
⚡️ You have taken approximately 390,237,120 breaths since your birth.

⏱️ Your billionth (1,000,000,000) second was on January 29, 2003.


What happened on my birthday

1618
Second Defenestration of Prague: Two Catholic Lords Regent and their secretary are thrown out of a window and amazingly are not seriously injured by the 70 foot (21m) fall. Triggers the Thirty Years' War.

1785
Benjamin Franklin announces his invention of bifocals.

1813
South American independence leader Simón Bolivar enters Merida, leading the invasion of Venezuela, and is proclaimed El Libertador ("The Liberator").

1949
Federal Republic of [West] Germany created out of the American, British and French occupation zones.

1958
Mao Zedong starts the "Great Leap Forward" movement in China.

1998
The Good Friday Agreement is accepted in a referendum in Northern Ireland with 75% voting yes.


Famous people with my birthday

1921
Humphrey Lyttelton, British jazz trumpeter and bandleader ("Bad Penny Blues"), and broadcaster (BBC2 - Best Of Jazz, 1967-2007; BBC4 - I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue, 1972-2008)

1936
Charles Kimbrough, American stage and screen actor (Murphy Brown - "Jim"; Disney's Hunchback of Notre Dame)

1890
Herbert Marshall, English actor (Trouble in Paradise; The Little Foxes)

1939
Michel Colombier, French composer of film and concert music (Against All Odds)

1920
Helen O'Connell, American big-band singer (Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra - "Green Eyes"; "Anapola"), and TV host (Today Show, 1956-58)

1981
Tim Robinson, American comedian, actor and writer (Saturday Night Live)

1903
Walter Reisch, Austrian-American director and screenwriter (Ninotchka, Gaslight, Titanic)

1910
(Benjamin) "Scatman" Crothers, American singer, musician ("I'd Rather Be a Hummingbird"), and actor (Chico and the Man - "Louie", The Shining)


Holidays on Sunday, May 23rd

National Lucky Penny Day
National Lucky Penny Day, celebrated on May 23rd in the United States, is all about hoping to find a penny lying around because it's said to bring you extra good luck if you do!

National Medical Coder Day
National Medical Coder Day, celebrated every May 23, is a day to appreciate the people who organize and classify health information, making sure doctors and hospitals get paid and helping keep our healthcare system running smoothly.

National Drinking with Chickens Day
National Drinking with Chickens Day, celebrated on May 23, is a fun holiday started by Kate Richards where people make fresh, garden-inspired drinks and enjoy them outside with chickens, celebrating a unique and happy farm-to-glass experience.

National Taffy Day
National Taffy Day, celebrated on May 23, is all about enjoying and appreciating the sweet, chewy candy known as taffy, which became famous as "saltwater taffy" after a candy shop's supply was flooded with ocean water in the 1880s.

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