Australian bush poet whose famous works include “Waltzing Matilda” and “The Man from Snowy River.” Also a fiction writer, he published such novels and short story collections as An Outback Marriage and Three Elephant Power.
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|FULL NAME:||Banjo Paterson|
|BIRTH DATE:||February 17, 1864|
|AGE:||156 years old|
Banjo Paterson is a Poet. With his wife, Alice Emily Walker, he raised a son and a daughter. He studied at the Bingalong Bush School and later at the Sydney Grammar School, where he excelled at both academics and horse riding.
DID YOU KNOW He had an Australian postage stamp created in his honor in 1981.
FACT He was related on his mother’s side to Edmund Barton, who became the first Australian Prime Minister in 1901.
Currently, Banjo Paterson is 156 years old. He will celebrate his 157th birthday on a Wednesday, February 17th. Below we countdown to his upcoming birthday.
Banjo Paterson’s zodiac sign is Aquarius. According to astrologers, Aquarius’ life pursuit is to understand life’s mysteries and a secret desire to be unique and original. People of this zodiac sign like to have fun with friends, help others, fight for causes, have intellectual conversations, are a good listener and dislike limitations, broken promises, being lonely, dull or boring situations, and people who disagree with them. The strengths of this sign are: progressive, original, independent, humanitarian, while the weaknesses can be running from emotional expression, temperamental, uncompromising, aloof. The greatest overall compatibility with Aquarius are Leo and Sagittarius.
Banjo Paterson was born in the Year of the Rat. People born in this year are clever and charming. They’re curious, but sometimes too motivated by money. This year is the year of the .
DID YOU KNOW Life expectancy in United States is about 79 years.
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