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Best day of the year to be born revealed - why a June 6 birthday means success

Mirror logo Mirror 21/07/2019 Zahra Mulroy
a woman holding a birthday cake: When's your birthday and what does that mean? © Getty Images When's your birthday and what does that mean?

We all know what's in a name , but did you know there could be something in the day you were born?

There are some birthdays everyone probably agrees are less than ideaL. December 25 - your big day gets swallowed up by Christmas (and people often get you just the one gift anyway).

As adults, New Year's Day babies have to put up with everyone being too hungover to celebrate their birthday on the day itself.

Summer babies frequently have patchy attendance at their parties, as it's holiday season.

Based on analysis of 1,753 birthdays of successful people across 14 different categories, Tombola has discovered there is an optimal day to be born, based on future success.

And it's June 6.

There are other notable dates too.

a close up of text on a white background: Not all birthdays are created equal © Getty Images/iStockphoto Not all birthdays are created equal

February 4 and May 12 are the best days to be born for entrepreneurs.

Male Oscar winners up for the Best Actor in a Lead Role award are more likely to win if they’re born in April, with 13th being the luckiest day.

You have a 1 in 6 chance of winning a Best Actress or Best Actor BAFTA if you're born in May.

If you desperately want a Grammy, the 19 May is your best bet for stardom.

To win Best Actress in a Lead role, 19 June is the optimum day.

There could be something in your day of birth © Getty Images/Cultura RF There could be something in your day of birth

For Emmy Awards you have a 1 in 8 chance if you're born in August.

If your dream is financial success then being born in October gives you a headstart, with the 13th giving you the best advantage.

You can bag a Mercury Prize by being born on 17th October.

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