https://aboutzodiacsigns.com/zodiac-sign/july-5-zodiac/ Assuming your birthday is July 5, your zodiac sign is Malignant growth July 5th Zodiac Sign — Capricorn Traits, Careers
character: polite, bright, honest, fainthearted, gloomy, mean calling: clerk, engineer, pediatrician tones: olive, pink, red stone: feline's eye creature: chameleon plant: Coleus fortunate numbers: 16,21,41,42,46,48 very fortunate number: 25
Occasions and Observances - July 5
Algeria: Freedom Day.
Cape Verde: Freedom Day.
Mexico: Physiotherapist Day.
Venezuela: Freedom Day.
Isle of Man: Parliament Day.
Argentina: Safeguard Day, Daireaux Day.
July 5 Big name birthday events. Who was conceived that very day as you?
1900: Bernardus Johannes Alfrink, Dutch cardinal (d. 1987). 1900: Adela Riera, Spanish custodian (d. 1959). 1901: Julio Libonatti, Argentine soccer player (d. 1981). 1901: Sergey Obraztsov, Russian theater chief and puppeteer (d. 1992). 1902: Henry Cabot Cabin, Jr., American government official (d. 1985). 1902: Shoei Mishina, Japanese student of history and mythologist (d. 1971). 1902: Particle Moვ£a, Romanian government official (d. 1937). 1902: Panama Al Brown, Panamanian fighter (d. 1951). 1904: Ernst Mayr, German scholar (d. 2005). 1904: Milburn Stone, American entertainer (d. 1980). 1904: Harold Acton, English author (d. 1994). 1905: Isa Miranda, Italian entertainer (d. 1982). 1906: Renდ© Kდ¶nig, German humanist (d. 1992). 1906: Alejandro Prieto Llorente, teacher, money manager and Mexican public bookkeeper (d. 2007). 1907: Yang Shangkun, Chinese lawmaker (d. 1998). 1908: Henry of Orleans, French blue-blood and legislator, Orleanist actor to the French privileged position (d. 1999). 1909: Bill Wheatley, American ball player (d. 1992). 1910: Robert K. Merton, American social scientist (f. 2003). 1910: Georges Vedel, French teacher of public regulation (f. 2002). 1911: Luis Dდez del Corral, Spanish political researcher (f. 1998). 1911: Georges Pompidou, French lawmaker and president (d. 1974). 1911: Anდbal Otero, Spanish etymologist and essayist (d. 1974). 1911: Giorgio Borg Olivier, Maltese legal scholar and lawmaker, Head of the state of Malta (d. 1980). 1913: Elwood Cooke, American tennis player (d. 2004). 1913: Smiley Lewis, American beat and blues artist (d. 1966). 1914: Annie Fischer, Hungarian old style musician (d. 1995). 1914: Herrerita, Spanish soccer player (d. 1991). 1914: Alain de Boissieu, French military (d. 2006). 1915: John Woodruff, American competitor (d. 2007). 1915: Angel Paley, American socialite (d. 1978). 1917: Stella Sierra, Panamanian artist and essayist (d. 1997). 1918: Zakaria Mohieddin, Egyptian military and political official (d. 2012). 1918: George Rochberg, American author of contemporary scholarly music (d. 2005). 1919: Bep Voskuijl, a Dutch resident who assisted conceal Anne With franking and her family from the Nazis (d. 1983). 1919: Franz Halberg, Romanian-American scientist (d. 2013). 1920: Rafael Alonso, Spanish entertainer (f. 1998). 1920: Mary Louise Hancock, American legislator (d. 2017). 1920: Neal C. Wilson, American Adventist minister (d. 2010). 1921: Vდktor Kulikov, Soviet military man, president of the Warsaw Agreement (d. 2013). 1921: Vito Ortelli, Italian cyclist (d. 2017). 1922: Edwin Thompson Jaynes, American physicist (d. 1998). 1923: Olimpo Cდ¡rdenas, Ecuadorian vocalist (d. 1991). 1923: Josდ© Sდ¡nchez Adell, Spanish teacher, logician and antiquarian (f. 2005). 1924: Edward Cassidy, Australian cardinal. 1924: Jდ¡nos Starker, American cellist of Hungarian beginning (d. 2013). 1924: Cesarino Romano, Italian doctor (d. 2008). 1925: Marco Bisceglia, Italian cleric, lobbyist with regards to gay people (f. 2001). 1925: Fernando de Szyszlo, Peruvian plastic craftsman (d. 2017). 1926: Salvador Jorge Blanco, Dominican legislator and author (d. 2010). 1926: Diana Lynn, American entertainer (d. 1971). 1926: Miguel Maticorena, Peruvian history specialist and teacher (d. 2014). 1926: Ivo Pitanguy, Brazilian plastic specialist (d. 2016). 1927: Malek Haddad, Algerian author and artist (d. 1978). 1927: Per Olof Ultvedt, Finnish painter, artist and set originator (d. 2006). 1928: Rutilio Grande, Salvadoran cleric (f. 1977). 1928: Juris Hartmanis, Latvian researcher. 1928: Pierre Mauroy, French legislator (d. 2013). 1928: Jeremy Moore, English serviceman, leader of the English ground powers during the Falklands War (d. 2007). 1928: Warren Oates, American entertainer (d. 1982). 1928: Ricard Terrდ©, Spanish picture taker (d. 2009). 1929: Jacqueline Harpman, Belgian author (d. 2012). 1929: Ed Smith, American b-ball player (d. 1998). 1929: Jimmy Carruthers, Australian fighter (d. 1990). 1929: Katherine Helmond, American entertainer. 1929: Jovan Raვ¡koviე‡, Yugoslav legislator and therapist (d. 1992). 1931 - James Burke, American criminal of Irish plunge (d. 1996). 1931: Josდ© Antonio Fernდ¡ndez Romero, Spanish interpreter (d. 2011). 1932: Philippe Erulin, French military official (d. 1979). 1932: Gyula Horn, Hungarian legislator, head of the state somewhere in the range of 1994 and 1998 (d. 2013). 1932: Jaime Llano Gonzდ¡lez, Colombian arranger of well known music (d. 2017). 1933: Carmen Alardდn, Mexican artist (f. 2014). 1933: Sheldon Dorf, American illustrator, maker and organizer behind Comic-Con Global: San Diego (d. 2009). 1933: Paul-Gilbert Langevin, French musicologist, music pundit and physicist (d. 1986). 1933: Jean-Paul Wharf, Luxembourgish mathematician (d. 2016). 1933: David GP Taylor, English financial specialist and representative (d. 2011). 1934: Vladislao Cap, Argentine soccer player (d. 1982). 1934: Tom Krause, Finnish bass-baritone vocalist (d. 2013). 1935: Brendan McCann, American b-ball player. 1935: Chamlong Srimuang, Thai legislator. 1935: Shirley Collins, English vocalist. 1935: Michael Wenning, South African American Presbyterian serve (d. 2011). 1936: Frederick Ballantyne, Vincentian lawmaker and doctor, current legislative head of Holy person Vincent and the Grenadines. 1936: Shirley Knight, American entertainer. 1936: Tommy LiPuma, American music maker (d. 2017). 1936: James Mirrlees, English market analyst, Nobel laureate in financial matters in 1996. 1936: Richard Stearns, American researcher. 1936: Piet Fransen, Dutch footballer (d. 2015). 1937: Jo De Roo, Dutch cyclist. 1938: დ"scar Hahn, Chilean writer, writer and abstract pundit. 1939: Jimmy Lloyd, English fighter (d. 2013). 1939: Pavel Morozenko, Soviet entertainer (d. 1991). 1940: James Herbert Brennan, Irish essayist. 1940: Toss Close, American picture taker. 1940: Eddie Miles, American ball player. 1941: Epeli Nailatikau, Fijian military and lawmaker, current leader of Fiji. 1941: Elke Neidhardt, entertainer and overseer of a German-Australian show (d. 2013). 1942: Hannes Lდ¶hr, German footballer (d. 2016). 1943: Robbie Robertson, Canadian artist and guitarist, of the band The Band. 1944: Enrique Irazoqui, Spanish entertainer. 1945: Fდ©lix Artuso, Argentine trooper killed accidentally toward the finish of the Falklands War (d. 1982). 1945: Humberto Benდtez Trevino, Mexican legislator. 1945: Michael Blake, American writer and screenwriter (d. 2015). 1946: Gerardus' t Hooft, Dutch physicist, 1999 Nobel Prize champ for material science. 1946: Giuseppe Furino, Italian footballer. 1946: Pierre-Marc Johnson, Canadian legislator, Top state leader of Quebec. 1946: Daniela Hodrovდ¡, Czech author. 1947: Sony Labou Tansi, Congolese writer, author and screenwriter (d. 1995). 1948: Jesse Green, Jamaican performer. 1948: Liliana Abud, Mexican author and entertainer. 1948: Ernesto Mastrდ¡ngelo, Argentine footballer. 1948: William Hootkins, American entertainer (d. 2005). 1948: Blu Mankuma, American entertainer, vocalist and musician. 1949: Abhay Ashtekar, Indian physicist. 1949: Mohamed Ali Akid, Tunisian footballer (d. 1979). 1950: Carlos Caszely, Chilean soccer player and writer. 1950: Huey Lewis, American vocalist, of the band Huey Lewis and The News. 1950: Abraham Skorka, Argentine rabbi and author. 1950: Michael Ruler, American guitarist, of the band Steppenwolf. 1952: Moisდ©s Naდm, Venezuelan author. 1954: Randy Credico, American comic and government official. 1954: Hamdin Sabahi, Egyptian legislator. 1954: Jimmy Crespo, American guitarist. 1955: Sebastian Barry, Irish dramatist, author and artist. 1955: Mia Couto, Mozambican author. 1956: Horacio Cartes, Paraguayan legislator, finance manager and sports pioneer, leader of his country. 1956: Terry Tolls, English bassist, of the band The Conflict. 1958: Bill Watterson, American illustrator and sketch artist