All About November 4th
Holidays, Horoscope and Trivia
November 4th Holidays
- King Tut Day
- National Candy Day
- National Chicken Lady Day
- National Skeptics Day
- National Waiting for the Barbarians Day
- Use Your Common Sense Day
November 4th Zodiac Sign
See who you are compatible with, what your colors are, what personality traits you might have and which famous celebrities share your Zodiac sign.
If you were born today then you are a Scorpio.
Date range: October 23 – November 21 (Occasionally Nov 22 falls into Scorpio too.)
Color: Scarlet, Red, Rust
Ruler: Pluto, Mars
Greatest Overall Compatibility: Taurus, Cancer
Lucky Numbers: 8, 11, 18, 22
Personality Traits: Smart, resourceful, very brave, passionate, but can be really stubborn, jealous, sometimes even violent and doesn’t trust many people.
Famous Scorpios: Leonardo DiCaprio, Anne Hathaway, Ryan Gossling, Christopher Columbus, Bill Gates, Pablo Picasso Julia Roberts, Hillary Clinton, Caitlyn Jenner, Whoopi Goldberg, Marie Curie, Condoleeza Rice.
November 4th Trivia
Historical Events, Epic Moments and Celebrity Birthdays
- 1783 – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Symphony No. 36 is performed for the first time in Linz, Austria.
- 1922 – On November 4, 1922, archaeologist Howard Carter discovered the entrance to an intact tomb of an Egyptian pharaoh. The discovery of King Tut’s tomb would make him the most famous of all the pharaohs. [source]
- 1937 – Loretta Swit. American television actress known for her role as, “Hot Lips” on tv series sitcom, “Mash” was born in Passaic, NJ.
- 1952 – The United States government establishes the National Security Agency, or NSA.
- 1960 – Kathy Griffin, American comedian was born in Oak Park, Il.
- 1961 – Ralph Macchio, American actor known for his role in movies, “Karate Kid” and “The Outsiders” was born in Huntington, NY,
- 1969 -Matthew McConaughey, American actor was born in Uvalde, Texas.
- 1969 – Sean John Combs also known as Puff Daddy or P. Diddy, was born in Harlem, New York City, NY.
- 1973 – The Netherlands experiences the first Car-Free Sunday caused by the 1973 oil crisis.
- 1979 – A group of Iranian college students overruns the U.S. embassy in Tehran and takes 90 hostages. They would be held for 444 days.
- 1980 – Ronald Reagan is elected the 40th President of The United States, defeating incumbent Jimmy Carter.
- 2008 – Senator Barack Obama of Illinois is elected as the 44th U.S. president, and the first African American elected to the White House. The 47-year-old Democrat garnered 365 electoral votes and nearly 53 percent of the popular vote,
- 2108 – Utah mayor, Brent Taylor, father of 7, killed in Afghanistan.
- 2018 – Another shooting in a yoga studio in Florida kills two women, Nancy Van Vessem and Maura Binkley and then shooter kills himself.