Famous People With the Sun in Gemini


(MAY 21-JUNE 20)

May 21, 1471 - Albrecht Durer
May 21, 1844 - Henri Rousseau
May 21, 1892 - Cole Porter
May 21, 1904 - Robert Montgomery - Actor
May 21, 1911 - Peter Hurkos - Psychic
May 21, 1948 - Leo Sayer
May 21, 1948 - Carol Potter
May 21, 1952 - Laurence Tureaud "Mr. T"
May 21, 1965 - Jo Mitchell
May 21, 1966 - Lisa Edelstein - Actress - Edelstein may be best known to TV viewers as Dr. Cuddy from the hit TV series "House." She's had recurring roles on "The West Wing," "Ally McBeal" and "Felicity," as well as appeared on the big screen in movies such as "Daddy Day Care," "Fathers And Sons" and the TV movie "Special Delivery." Edelstein was born in Boston on this day.
May 21, 1972 - Christopher Wallace
May 21, 1987 - Ashlie Brillault - Actress - She is best known for her role as Kate on the series "Lizzie McGuire" and for her reprising the role in the 2003 movie "The Lizzie McGuire Movie." She entered the limelight at age 3 as a model at a bridal fashion show and has since gone on to star in the series "One On One" and "Switched!" Currently, Brillault has taken a hiatus from acting to pursue her college studies. Brillault was born in San Francosco on this day.
May 22, 1813 - Richard Wagner - Composer
May 22, 1844 - Mary Cassat
May 22, 1859 - Sir Author Conan Doyle - Writer
May 22, 1896 - Cyril Fagin - Astrologer
May 22, 1907 - Sir Lawrence Oliver - Actor
May 22, 1928 - Marcia Moore - Astrologer
May 22, 1938 - Richard Benjamin - Actor and Director - Benjamin film credits include "Westworld,' "Love At First Bite" and "Deconstructing Harry," and he's directed films such as "My Favorite Year," "Mermaids" and "Marci X." Benjamin has been Married to actress Paula Prentiss since 1961 and the couple has to children. Benjamin was born on New York City on this day. 
May 22, 1940 - Paul Winfield
May 22, 1959 - Morrissey
May 22, 1964 - Ashley Renee
May 22, 1964 - Marti Muller - Comedian/ actor
May 22, 1968 - Kate Russell
May 22, 1970 - Naomi Campbell - British Super Fashion Model born Streatham, London, England
May 22, 1972 - Annabel Chong - Adult Film Star
May 22, 1972 - Alison Eastwood
May 22, 1974 - A.J. Langer - Actress - Langer greatest public exposure may have come from her stint as Rayanne Graff on the series "My So-Called Life" in 1994. She's also starred in short-lived series such as "Eyes," "Three Sisters" and "It's Like, You Know.." On the big screen, her film credits include "Meet The Deedles," "Escape From L.A." and "The People Under the Stairs." Langer was born in Columbus, Ohio, on this day.
May 23, 1733 - Franz Mesmer - Hypnotist
May 23, 1928 - Rosemary Clooney - Singer
May 23, 1933 - Joan Collins - Actress - Collins had numerous films roles but gained television immortality in the 1980's as villainess Alexis Carrington on the primetime soap "Dynasty." She's appeared on classic TV shows such as "Batman" and "Star Trek" as well as appearing on recent shows as "Footballer's Wives" and "Pacific Palisades." Collins has also written several best-selling novels, including "Prime Time" and "Misfortunes's Daughters." Collins was born in London, England, on this day.
May 23, 1940 - Rennie Davis - Activist
May 23, 1945 - Lauren Chapin - Child Actress
May 23, 1976 - Kelly Monaco - Actress - Monaco may be best known for her Daytime Emmy nominated roles on the soaps "Port Charles" and "General Hospital." She modeled for magazines such as Maxim and FHM and was a Playboy Playmate of the Month in April 1997. Monaco was briefly a cast member of "Baywatch" and has bit roles in films such as "BASEketball" and "Idle Hands." Monaco was born in Philadelphia on this day.
May 24, 1914 - Lilli Palmer
May 24, 1949 - Gary Burghoff - Actor - Played Lt. Radar O'Rielly on the Movie and TV series M.A.S.H.
May 23 1958 - Drew Carey - Comedian
May 23, 1961 - Karen Duffy
May 23, 1974 - Jewel - Singer
May 24, 1819 - Queen Victoria - Br. Royality
May 24, 1864 - George W. Carver - Botanist
May 24, 1938 - Thomas (Tommy) Chong
May 24, 1941 - Bob Dylan - Singer
May 24, 1941 - Robert Allen Zimmerman
May 24, 1944 - Patti Labelle - Singer
May 24, 1953 - Alfred Moling
May 24, 1955 - Roseanne Cash - Country Singer - Daughter of the late country legend Johnny Cash. Roseanne has won a 1986 Grammy award for her hit "I don't Know Why You Don't Want Me." Her career dates to 1979 with her debut album "right or Wrong" and her most recent release, 2006's "Black Cadillac," drew critical acclaim. Beside music, she's written the short story collection "bodies of Water" and the children's book "Penelope Jane: A Fairy's Tale." Rosanne was born in Memphis on this date in 1955.
May 24, 1960 - Kristin Scott Thomas
May 24, 1973 - Elisa Bridges
May 24, 1977 - Kym Valentine
May 25, 1567 - Claudio Monteverdi - Composer
May 25, 1803 - Ralph Waldo Emerson - Writer
May 25, 1898 - Bennett Cerf
May 25, 1899 - Gene Tunney - Pugilist
May 25, 1898 - Bennet Cerf - Writer
May 25, 1926 - Miles Davis
May 25, 1929 - Beverly Sills
May 25, 1935 - Sir Ian McKellan
May 25, 1936 - Tom T. Hall
May 25, 1939 - Dixie Carter
May 25, 1943 - Leslie Uggams
May 25, 1944 - Frank Oz - Actor, director and puppeteer - Oz is probably best known for his voicing the diminutive "Jedi Master Yoda" in six "Star Wars" films. He was a puppeteer on "The Muppet Show," portraying such popular characters as "Fozzie Bear," "Animal" and "Sam the Eagle" and on Sesame Street where he gave life to "Cookie Monster," "Groover," and "Bert." He's also directed the films "Dirty Rotten Scoundrel," "What About Bob?" and, most recently, "Death at qa Funeral." Oz was born in Hereford, England, on this day.
May 24, 1945 - Priscilla Presley
May 25, 1951 - Sally Ride
May 25, 1963 - Mike Myers - Actor
May 25, 1964 - Susan Diol
May 25, 1969 - Stacy London - Is a media personality, known for her role as a co-host on the makeover reality program What Not to Wear, which broadcasts on TLC in the United States, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Canada and also in Spain on People+Arts, called ¡No te lo pongas! and Portugal on People+Arts too, called "Esquadrão da Moda". London was born in New York City, New York on this day.
May 25, 1969 - Siouxsie Stewart
May 25, 1970 - Jamie Kennedy
May 25, 1973 - Cory Tyler
May 25, 1975 - Lauryn Hill
May 26, 1965 - Christopher Sirmons Haviland
May 26, 1899 - Antonio J. Barrette
May 26, 1867 - Queen Mary - England Royalty
May 26, 1878 - Isadora Duncan
May 26, 1920 - Peggie Lee - Singer
May 26, 1923 - James Arness - Actor
May 26, 1938 - Paul Wallace
May 26, 1948 - Stevie Nicks - Singer
May 26, 1949 - Pam Grier
May 26, 1949 - Philip Michael Thomas
May 26, 1949 - Hank Williams Jr. - Country Western Singer
May 26, 1960 - Chris Duff
May 26, 1960 - Helena Bonham Carter
May 26, 1964 - Lenny Kravitz - Rock star and Songwriter - Kravitz is a four-time Grammy winner whose smash hits include "American Woman," "It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over" and "Are You Going My Way." The Musician is the son of actress Roxie Rocker, better known as Helen Willis on "The Jeffersons," and the rocker was also married to actress Lisa Bonet of the series "The Crosby Show." Kravitz was born in New York City on this day.
May 26, 1966 - Helena Bonham Carter - Actress - Carter is the partner of the director Tim Burton. Carter has starred in such films as "Sweeney Todd," "Fight Club" and "A Room With A View." She also garnered an Oscar nomination for her performance in the 1997 film "The Wings of a Dove." Carter will next star in the sequel "Terminator Salvation" and then Burton's 2010 vision of "Alice in Wonderland." Carter was born in London, England, on this day.
May 26, 1972 - Pasty Palmer - Is an English actress and television personality. Palmer made an early television appearance on the children's drama show Grange Hill, but is best-known for playing Bianca Jackson in the popular British television soap opera EastEnders. Originally in the cast from 1993-1999, Palmer returned to Eastenders in April 2008. She has also appeared in a number of TV dramas, and released an autobiography, All of Me in 2007. She lives with her husband and three children in Brighton, East Sussex, UK. Born Julie Harris in Bethnal Green, London, England on this day.
May 27, 1837 - Bill Hickock " Wild Bill Hickock "
May 27, 1878 - Isadora Duncan - Dancer
May 27, 1894 - Dashiell Hammett
May 27, 1907 - Rachel Carson - Scientist/Activist
May 27, 1911 - Hubert H. Humphrey - Politician
May 27, 1911 - Vincent Price - Actor
May 27, 1912 - Sam Snead
May 27, 1915 - Herman Wouk
May 27, 1922 - Christopher Lee - Actor
May 27, 1923 - Henry Kissinger - Statesman
May 27, 1936 - Louis Gossett Jr.
May 27, 1964 - Adam Carolla - TV and radio host - Carolla grew to fame hosting the radio and television versions of the show :Loveline." He went on to create and star in "The Man Show" and "Crank Yankers." He's been a contestant on "Dancing With the Stars" and is currently working on the pilot for an upcoming sitcom "Ace in the Hole." Carolla was born in Philadelphia on this day.
May 27, 1965 - Todd Bridges - Actor 
May 27, 1965 - Pat Cash
May 27, 1970 - Joseph Fiennes - Actor - Who has starred in such acclaimed films as "Shakespeare in Love," "Elizabeth" and "The Great Raid." Fiennes has a brother Ralph whose also has made a name in films. A philanthropist, Fiennes has raised money for breast cancer research and traveled to Angola in 2003 to spotlight the work of the Christian Aid charity. Fiennes was born in Salisbury, England on this date.
May 27, 1971 - Lisa Nicole Lopez
May 27, 1971 - Wayne Carey
May 27, 1976 - Anita Blond
May 28, 1908 - Ian Flemming - Writer
May 28, 1934 - The Dionne quintuplets - Famous Children
May 28, 1944 - Gladys Knight - Singer
May 28, 1945 - John Fogerty
May 28, 1947 - Sondra Locke - Actress
May 28, 1962 - Brandon Cruz
May 28, 1964 - William Doyle
May 28, 1965 - Robbi Chong
May 28, 1967 - Glen Rice
May 28, 1968 - Kylie "Ann" Minogue - An Australian Grammy and BRIT award-winning pop singer, songwriter and actress. Minogue rose to prominence in the late 1980s through her role in the Australian television soap opera Neighbours, before she commenced her career as a pop artist in 1987. Born in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia .
May 28, 1986 - Joseph Cross - Actor - Cross was a child star who paired with Michael Keaton in the films "Jack Frost" and "Desperate Measures," and appeared on the soap "As the World Turns" from 1999-2004. More recently, the grown-up Cross has appeared in movies such as "Milk." "Running With Scissors" and "Flags of Our Fathers." Cross was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey, on this day. 
May 28, 1974 - Scott Duprey
May 29, 1894 - Beatrice Lillie
May 29, 1903 - Bobe Hope - Comdian/ Actor
May 29, 1917 - John F. Kennedy - American President
May 29, 1941 - Stacy Keach Sr.
May 29, 1950 -  Rebbie Jackson
May 29, 1953 - Danny Elfman - Musician - Elfman has scored dozens of TV shows and movies including the Emmy winning theme to "Desperate Housewives" and the Grammy winning theme to 1989's "Batman." In the 1980's, Elfman was a member of the popular rock group Oingo Boingo. He is married to Bridget Fonda and is the brother of actress Jenna Elfman of "Dharma and Greg" fame. Elfman was born in Los Angeles, California, on this day.
May 29, 1955 - Latoya Jackson - Singer 
May 29, 1958 - Annette Benning - Actress
May 29, 1959 - Adrian Paul - Actor - Paul is most easily recognized for his role as Duncan MacLeod on the hit syndicated series "Highlander: The Series." He reprised his role as Duncan in the films "Highlander: Endgame" and "Highlander: The Source." His two latest films will be the sci-fi thrillers "Eyeborgs" and "the Heavy." Paul was born in London on this day.
May 29, 1961 - Melissa Etheridge - Singer
May 29, 1975 - Melanie Janine Brown
May 30, 1474 - Albrecht Durer - Artist
May 30, 1908 - Mel Blanc - Cartoon Voices
May 30, 1909 - Benny Goodman
May 30, 1926 - Christine Jorgensenv
May 30, 1927 - Christopher Walker
May 30, 1939 - Michael J. Pollard - Actor - Pollard greatest role came with his Oscar nominated turn as C.W. Moss in the 1967 epic "Bonnie and Clyde." His other films include "Dirty Little Billy," "Scrooged" and, most recently, "Hose Of 1000 Corpses." The talented thespian has also appeared in classis episodes of series such as "Star Trek," "Lost in Space," and "the Andy Griffith Show." Pollard was born in Passaic, N.J. on this day.
May 30, 1953 - Colm Meaney - Actor Meaney is well-known to Trekkies worldwide as the character Miles O'Brien from "Star Trek: The Next Generation" and "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine." recently, he starred on the TV drama "Life on Mars" and has appeared on recently episodes of "Law & Order" and "The Simpsons." His film credits include "Con Air," "Under Siege" and "Dick Tracy." Meaney was born in Dublin, Ireland, on this day.
May 30, 1964 - Wynona Judd - Singer
May 31, 1819 - Walt Whitman 
May 31, 1894 - Fred Allen
May 31, 1898 - Norman Vincent Peale - Clergyman
May 31, 1923 - Prince Rainier III - Royalty
May 31, 1930 - Clint Eastwood - Actor
May 31, 1941 - Johnny Paycheck - Singer
May 31, 1943 - Joe Namath - Sports Figure Foot Ball
May 31, 1950 - Gregory Harrison - Actor
May 31, 1960 - Chris Elliott
May 31, 1961 - Lea Thompson
May 31, 1965 -  Brooke Shields - Actress
May 31, 1976 - Colin Farrell - Actor
May 31 , 1982 - Jonathan Tucker - Actor - Tucker currently stars on the cable series "The Black Donnellys." His film credits include "Statesside,' "Hostage," and his most recent release, "the ruins." Having attended the Boston Ballet, tucker switched to acting and went on to appear on series such as "The Practice," "six Feet Under" and "Maters Of Horror." Tucker was born in Boston on this date.
June 1, 1801 - Brigham Young - Religious Leader
June 1, 1878 - John Masefield
June 1, 1912 - Frankie Lee
June 1, 1926 - Andy Griffith - Actor
June 1, 1926 - Marilyn Monroe "Norma Jeane Mortenson"  Pinup Model/ Actress.
June 1, 1934 - Pat Boone - Singer
June 1, 1937 - Morgan Freeman - Is an Academy Award-winning American actor, film director and narrator. Noted for his reserved demeanor and authoritative speaking voice, Freeman has become one of Hollywood's most popular and respected actors. Although his first credited film appearance was in 1971's Who Says I Can't Ride a Rainbow?, Freeman first became known in the American media through roles on the soap opera Another World and the PBS kids' show The Electric Company. Beginning in the mid-1980s, Freeman began playing prominent supporting roles in many feature films, earning him a reputation for depicting wise and fatherly characters. As he gained fame, he went on to bigger roles in films such as the chauffeur Hoke in Driving Miss Daisy, and Sergeant Major Rawlins in Glory . He won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Million Dollar Baby at the 77th Academy Awards. Freeman is recognized for his distinctive voice, making him a frequent choice for narration. In 2005 alone, he provided narration for two of the most successful films of the year, War of the Worlds and the Academy Award-winning documentary film March of the Penguins. Freeman has recently been well known for his role as God in the hit movie Bruce Almighty and its sequel, Evan Almighty, as well as his role as Lucius Fox in the critical and commercial success Batman Begins and its 2008 sequel, The Dark Knight. Freeman was born in Memphis, Tennessee on this day.
June 1, 1939 - Cleavon Little
June 1, 1956 - Lisa Hartman Black
June 1, 1964 - Bunny Bleu - Adult film Starlet
June 1, 1965 - India Allen
June 1, 1968 - Jason Donovan
June 1, 1973 - Heidi Klum - TV personality and supermodel - Klum who is wife of pop singer Seal, has been a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model and a Victoria's secret angel. this gal has served as hostess for the popular reality show "Project Runway" since 2004 and she was nominated for an Emmy for her work on the show in 2008. as an actress, she's appeared in films such as "Blow Dry," "Ella Enchanted' and "The Life and Death of Peter Sellers." Klum was born in Bergisch Gladbach, Germany o this day.
June 2, 1740 - Marquis de Sade
June 2, 1743 - Ales. di Cagliostro - Rogue
June 2, 1948 - Jerry Mathers - Child Actor - An American television, film and stage actor.
The brown-headed Mathers is best known for his role in the television sitcom series Leave it to Beaver (1957-1963), in which he played Theodore "Beaver" Cleaver, the younger son of archetypal suburban couple June and Ward Cleaver (Barbara Billingsley and Hugh Beaumont), and the brother of Wally Cleaver (Tony Dow). Born in Sioux City, Iowa
June 2, 1890 - Hedda Hopper - Celebrity Columnist
June 2, 1904 - Johnny Weissmuller - Actor
June 2, 1937 - Sally Kellerman - Actress- Played in the movie "M.A.S.H."
June 2, 1941 - Stacy Keach Jr.- Actor
June 2, 1948 - Jerry Mathers - Child Actor
June 2, 1954 - Dennis Haysbert - Actor - Haysbert currently stars as Sgt. Major Jonas Blane on the popular series "the Unit." He also portrayed the president of the United States on the hit drama "24." On the big screen, Haysbert has appeared in such films as "Breach," "Jarhead" and "Major League." Haybert is also a quite accomplished voice actor, lending his talents to the "Splinter Cell" video game series, many Military Channel programs and commercials. Haysbert was born in San Mateo, California on this day.
June 2, 1955 - Dana " Thomas" Carvey - Is an American actor and comedian known for his work on Saturday Night Live and the spin-off movie Wayne's World where he played The character Garth Algar. In 1986, Carvey became a household name when he joined the cast of NBC's Saturday Night Live. He, along with newcomers Phil Hartman, Kevin Nealon, Jan Hooks and Victoria Jackson, helped to reverse the show's declining popularity and made SNL "must-see" TV once again. His breakout character was The Church Lady, the uptight, smug, and pious host of "Church Chat." Carvey said he based the character on women he knew from his church growing up who would keep track of his and others' attendance. He became so associated with the character that later cast members like Chris Farley referred to Carvey simply as "The Lady." Carvey's other original characters included Garth Algar (from "Wayne's World"), Hans (from "Hans and Franz"), and The Grumpy Old Man (from Weekend Update appearances). Born in Missoula, Montana on this day.
June 2, 1972 - Wayne Brady - Comedian and actor - Brady who has a world-class singing voice, is a three-time Emmy winner, once for his work on the series "Whose Line Is It Anyway?", and twice for "The Wayne Brady Show." He has appeared on Broadway in "Chicago" as well as on series such as "Reno 911!" and "Stargate SG-1." He served as host of the show "Celebrity Duets" and recently hosted the game show "Don't Forget the Lyrics." Brady was born in Orlando, Fla. on this day.
June 2, 1978 - Nikki Cox - Actress - Starred in TV show "Vegas" "Drew Carey"
June 3, 1865 - George V - England Royalty
June 3, 1887 - Raoul Dufy
June 3, 1906 - Josephine Baker - Entertainer
June 3, 1925 - Tony Curtis - Actor
June 3, 1926 - Allen Ginsberg - Poet
June 3, 1929 - Chuck Barris -TV Host 
June 3, 1959 - Tom Arnold - Actor
June 3, 1967 - Anderson Cooper - Journalist - Cooper has won two Emmys for his news coverage and currently hosts the popular news show "Anderson Cooper 360." He's also anchored the news programs "American Morning" and "World News Now" and served as host of the reality series "The Mole." Cooper is the son of writer and heiress Gloria Vanderbilt. Cooper was born in New York city on this day.
June 3, 1987 - Lalaine - Actress - she's known simply as "Lalaine". Lalaine is better known to younger viewers as Miranda Sanchez on the kiss' show "Lizzie McGuire." She's appeared in a TV version of "Annie" and on Broadway in "Les Miserables." Her movie credits include "Border Line," "You Wish!" and "Promised Land" and she also had a brief recurring roles on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" in 2003. Lalaine was born in Burbank, California, on this day.
June 4, 1910 - Rosalind Russell - Actress
June 4, 1924 - Dennis Weaver - Actor
June 4, 1937 - Freddie Fender
June 4, 1936 - Bruce Dern - Actor - Dern is renowned for playing unbalanced characters in movies such as "Black Sunday" and "Silent Running" and received a 1978 Oscar nomination for his role in the film "Coming Home." He is the father of actress Laura Dern and the godson of both former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt and former presidential candidate Adlai Stevenson. Bruce was born in Chicago on this day.
June 4, 1944 - Michelle Phillips - Singer and actress - Phillips rose to stardom as a member of '60s singing quartet "the Mamas and the Papas," which spawned megahits such as "California Dreamin." She went on to a successful acting career, starring on the TV show "Knots Landing" and appearing regularly on "Beverly Hills 90210" and "7th Heaven." Phillips was married to late band mate john Phillips as well as actor Dennis Hopper and is the mother of singer Chynna Phillips. Phillips was born in long Beach, California, on this day.
June 4, 1969 - Stacey Brown
June 4, 1971 - Noah Wyle
June 4, 1975 - Angelina Jolie - Actress - Star of the Lara Croft Tomb Raider film series.
June 5, 1898 - Frederico Garcia Lorca
June 5, 1934 - Bill Moyers - Journalist
June 5, 1939 - Joe Clark
June 5, 1954 - Nancy Stafford - Actress - Stafford greatest success came in portraying Michelle Thomas on "Matlock" from 1987-1992. A former Miss Florida and Miss America contestant, Stafford hosted the syndicated series  "Main Floor' from 1995-2005. She had a recurring role on "Judging Amy" and has appeared recently on the hit series "The Mentalist." Also an author, she's written the book "Beauty by the Book." Stafford was born in Wilton Manors, Florida, on this day.
June 5, 1956 - Kenny G. - Musician
June 5, 1969 - Brian McKnight - Singer - McKnight is well known for his hit albums "Black at One" and "Anytime," the latter garnering a Grammy nomination. McKnight has earned 16 Grammy nominations in all, most recently for his 2005 hit "What We Do Here." The singer recently made his hit Broadway debut in "Chicago" and also hosts his own radio program, "The Brian McKnight Morning Show." Born in Buffalo, N.Y. on this day.
June 6, 1755 - Nathan Hale - Patriot
June 6, 1799 - Alexander Pushkin
June 6, 1875 - Thomas Mann - Writer
June 6, 1907 - Jessica Tandy - Actress
June 6, 1939 - Gary Bonds " US "
June 6, 1955 - Sandra Bernhard - Comedienne and Actress. Bernhard is best known for her biting stand-up routines and her well-publicized friendship with Madonna. Her comedy albums include "Hero worship," "The Love Machine" and, most recently, "I'm Your Woman." Her extensive film resume includes "The King of Comedy," "Hudson Hawk" and :Madonna: Truth or Dare." Sandra was born in Flint, Mitch. on this day.
June 6, 1956 - Bjorn Borg
June 6, 1978 - Leanni Lei is an American pornographic actress. Born in the Philippines
June 7, 1848 - Paul Gauguin - Artist
June 7, 1917 - Dean Martin - Actor/ Comedian Member of the "Rat Pack"
June 7, 1929 - John Turner
June 7, 1940 - Tom Jones - Singer
June 7, 1946 - Jenny Jones - TV Host 
June 7, 1952 - Liam Neeson - Actor
June 7, 1958 - Prince- Performer Singer Musician Song writer
June 7, 1965 - Mick Foley
June 7, 1967 - Dave Navarro
June 7, 1972 - Chris Martin
June 7, 1972 - Karl Urban - Actor - Urban may be most easily recognized as Eomer in the last two "Lord of the Rings" films. The actor has also appeared in "Doom," "The Bourne Supremacy" and "The Chronicles of Riddick." Urban first appeared to American audiences in the series "Xena: Warrior Princess" and his first major film was 2002's "Ghost Ship." Urban is slated to appear in the Latest "Star Trek" movies. Born in Wellington, New Zealand on this date.
June 7, 1981 - Anna Kournikova - Tennis star
June 8, 1810 - Robert Shumann - Composer
June 8, 1867 - Frank Lloyd Wright
June 8, 1889 - Gerard Manley Hopkins
June 8, 1902 - Grant Lewi - Astrologer
June 8, 1918 - Robert Preston
June 8, 1925 - Barbara Bush - First Lady
June 8, 1927 - Jerry Stiller - Actor and comedian - Jerry Stiller, father of actor Ben Stiller. Stiller is probably best recognized for portraying Arthur on the TV sitcom "The King of Queens" and for playing Frank Costanza in a recurring role on "Seinfeld." He began his career in the 1960s as half of the comedy duo stiller and Meara where he paired with his wife Anne Meara. His film credits include "The Heartbreak Kid," "Zoolander" and "Airport 75." Stiller was born in New York, New York on this day.
June 8, 1933 - Joan Rivers - Comedienne/ Actress/ Talk Show Host Businesswoman and celebrity - Host of E!'s Red-Capet Events and the "Joan Rivers Show" She is known for her brash manner and loud, raspy voice with a heavy metropolitan New York accent. Rivers is the National Chairwoman of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and is a board member of God's Love We Deliver. Like the ground-breaking Phyllis Diller, Rivers' act relied heavily on poking fun at herself. Born Joan Sandra Molinsky in Brooklyn, New York on this day.  
June 8, 1940 - Nancy Sinatra - Singer
June 8, 1944 - Boz Scaggs - Musician
June 8, 1953 - Bonnie Tyler
June 8, 1958 - Keenan Ivory Wayans
June 8, 1973 - Lexa Doig
June 8, 1976 - Lindsay Davenport
June 8, 1978 - Maria Menounos (Μαρία Μενούνος in Greek) - Is an American actress, journalist, and television presenter. During her senior year, she was hired as a reporter for Channel One News. Her work for Channel One's 10-minute segments included traveling to El Salvador to report on the earthquake of 2001 and interviewing President George W. Bush. Entertainment Tonight hired Menounos as a correspondent in 2002, where she reported on movies, music and fashion. ET executives offered her a hosting gig for ET on MTV & VH1; she left the program in 2005 to focus on her acting career, though she would eventually be joining rival program Access Hollywood later that Fall as a special correspondent. She went on to co-host a few episodes of the Today Show in the late summer and fall of 2006 as well as in April 2007. In 2003, Menounos appeared on the November 30 episode of Punk'd where she was one of many celebrities caught in the awkward and embarrassing "Red Carpet Interviews". In the summer of 2005, she appeared in the comic book film Fantastic Four, where she played a nurse who is romanced by the "Human Torch", played by Chris Evans. Her likeness and voice was featured in the 2005 Electronic Arts video game, From Russia with Love as Eva Adara, Red Grant's henchwoman, which stars Sean Connery as James Bond. She is also the spokesperson for Pantene hair products. Menounos is a correspondent for The Today Show as well as Access Hollywood in an overall deal with NBC Universal to act in films and television shows. She also has recurring roles on CBS' Without a Trace and as Jules in the second season of The CW's One Tree Hill (during its run on The WB). Menounos also appeared on the Scrubs episode "My Extra Mile", which aired in May 2006 where she is attracted to John Dorian because she likes his hair.
In 2006, Menounos appeared in the music video for "A Public Affair" by Jessica Simpson. In 2008, she became the first journalist to interview the entire Obama family as a whole. She is represented by Creative Artists Agency. On July 13th, 2008, Maria also starred in the celebrity softball game at Yankee Stadium in New York. Menounos, a Greek American, was born in Medford, Massachusetts on this day.
June 8, 1981 - Heather Brown
June 9, 1910 - Robert Cummings - Actor
June 9, 1893 - Cole Porter - Song Writer
June 9, 1931 - Jackie Mason - Comedian
June 9, 1961 - Michael J. Fox - Actor - Fox became a superstar in the 1980s, portraying Marty McFly in the "Back to the Future" trilogy as well his three time Emmy winning role as Alex Keaton on the series "Family Ties." His more recent success came with another Emmy-winning role as Mike Flaherty o "Spin City." Although his battle with Parkinson's disease forced him to retire from acting, Fox still does voice work in animated features such as "Stuart Little 3: Call Of The Wild." Fox was born on this day in Edmonton, Alberta.
June 9, 1963 - Johnny Depp - Actor
June 9, 1964 - Gloria Reuben - Actress and singer - Reuben is probably best known for her role as Jeanie Boulet on "ER." She's starred on short-lived TV show such as "1-800-Missing" and "The Agency" and had a recent role on the show "Raising the Bar." Reuben is also an accomplished singer who sang backup vocals for Tina Turner during her 2000 tour. Reuben was born in Toronto, Ontario, on this day.
June 9, 1981 - Natalie Portman
June 10, 1895 - I. Velikovsky - Writer
June 10, 1912 - Jean Lesage
June 10, 1921 - Prince Phillip - Royality
June 10, 1922 - Judy Garland - Actress/Singer
June 10, 1928 - Maurice Sendak - Children's Author
June 10, 1929 - Maurice Sendak
June 10, 1933 - F. Lee Bailey - Attorney
June 10, 1965 - Elizabeth "Jane" Hurley
June 10, 1965 - Cliff Henderson
June 10, 1978 - Shane West - Actor - West portrayed Dr. Ray Barnett on "ER" from 2004-08 and Eli on the series "once and Again." On the big screen, West has appeared in "Dracula 2000," "Ocean's Eleven" and "A Walk to Remember." his upcoming projects include the films "The Lodger," "Echelon Conspiracy" and "Kerosene Cowboys." West was born in baton Rouge, La., on this day.
June 10, 1980 - Jessica Simpson - Singer Actress- starred in "The Dukes of Hazard."
June 10, 1986 - Joey Zimmerman - Actor - The son of actor Harry Zimmerman. Zimmerman may be best known for starring in four "Halloweentown" movies. He also starred on the sci-fi series "Earth 2" and "Bailey Kipper's P.O.V." His other films include "Dogg's Hamlet," "Cahoot's Macbeth" and "Treehou8se Hostage." Zimmerman was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
June 11, 1864 - Richard Strauss
June 11, 1910 - Jacques-Yves Cousteau - Ocean Explorer and film maker
June 11, 1925 - William Styron
June 11, 1933 - Gene Wilder Comedian/ Actor
June 11, 1934 - Gene Wilder - Actor
June 11, 1945 - Adrienne Barbeau - Actress film star
June 11, 1956 - Joe Montana - Sports Figure
June 11, 1959 - Hugh Laurie - Actor - Laurie first drew notice as half of the comedy duo "Fry and Laurie" with his partner, comedian Stephen Fry, and went on to become part of the ensemble cast of TV's "Blackadder" as  HRH The Prince George Augustus Frederick, Series 3 and Lieutenant The Honourable George Colthurst St. Bartleigh in Series 4. This birthday guy has risen to prominence starring as the drug-addicted Dr. Gregory House each week on the hit TV series "House." He's appeared in films such as "Sense & Sensibility," "101 Dalmatians" and "Flight of the Phoenix." Laurie has also written the best-selling novel "The Gun Seller" and has a new book scheduled for release in 2009. Laurie was born in Oxford, England on this day.
June 11, 1986 - Shia LaBeouf - Actor - LaBeouf rose to fame as the star of the kids' show "Even Stevens" and went on to big screen stardom in films like "Holes," "Transformers" and "Indian Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull." LaBeouf will soon star in the upcoming "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen"  (2009) and opposite Natalie Portman in the romantic drama "New York, I Love You." LaBeouf was born in Los Angeles on this day.
June 12, 1897 - Anthony Eden - Statesmen
June 12, 1916 - Irwin Allen - Television show producer and movies
June 12, 1919 - Uta Hagen
June 12, 1924 - George H W. Bush American President
June 12, 1929 - Anne Frank - Writer
June 12, 1930 - Jim Nabors - Actor/ Singer - Nabors is easily recognized for his portrayal of backwoods buffoon "Gomer Pyle" on both the long-running "Andy Griffith Show" and "Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C." Also an accomplished singer, Nabors has recorded 28 albums with five gold records and one platinum recorded to his credit. He has sung "Back Home In Indiana" 29 times at the opening ceremonies foe the Indianapolis 500. Nabors was born in Sylacauga, Ala. on this day.
June 12, 1957 - Timothy Busfield
June 12, 1960 - Felecia M. Bell - Actress - Bell is probably best known for playing Simone Harding on the long-running soap opera "General Hospital" from 1993-1997. She also starred on the short-lived series "Night Man" and had a recurring role as Jennifer Sisko on "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine." Her more recent work includes appearances on "Law & Order: SVU" and "Smallville." Bell was born in Valley Village, California, on this day.
June 13, 1865 - William Butler Yeats - Writer
June 13, 1892 - Basil Rathbone - Actor
June 13, 1926 - Paul Lynde - Actor
June 13, 1943 - Malcolm McDowell
June 13, 1951 - Richard Thomas - Actor
June 13, 1953 - Tim Allen
June 13, 1962 - Ally Sheedy - Actress - Although Sheedy is best known for her performances in the films "the Breakfast Club" and "St. Elmo's Fire," she firsrt rose to fame as author, penning the best-selling children's book "She was nice to Mics" at age 12. She has made recent appearances on series such as "the dead Zone" and "C.S.I." and starred in the series "Kyle XY." Sheedy was born in New York City on this day.
June 13, 1968 - Yasmine Bleeth
June 13, 1974 - Steve- O a.k.a. "Stephen Glover" - Controversial Artist, Daredevil performer and Television personality born in Wimbledon, London, UK
June 13, 1986 - Ashley Olson
June 13, 1986 - Mary Kate Olson
June 14, 1811 - Harriet Beecher Stowe - Writer
June 14, 1906 - Margaret Bourke-White - Photographer
June 14, 1946 - Donald Trump - Entrepreneur
June 14, 1954 - Will Patton
June 14, 1961 - Boy George - Musician
June 14, 1969 - Steffi Graf - Athlete
June 14, 1992 - Daryl Sabara - Actor - Sabara was originally a student of ballet with the South Bay Ballet, he broke into acting with an apperance on TV's "Murphy brown." This birthday guy's biggest success to date has come in the role of Juni Cotez in the "spy Kids" trilogy. His other films include "Halloween," "Her Beat Movie" and "Keeping Up With the Steins." The young actor has also served as a judge on the reality series "America's Most Talented Kid's.' Born on this day in Torrance, Calif.
June 15, 1922 - Morris Udall - Politician
June 15, 1932 - Mario Cuomo - Politician
June 15, 1937 - Waylon Jennings
June 15, 1943 - Xaviera Hollander - Boxer
June 15, 1954 - Jim "James" Belushi - Actor
June 15, 1955 - Julie Hagerty
June 15, 1963 - Helen Hunt - Hunt grew to superstardom in her four-time Emmy winning role as Jamie on the sitcom "Mad About You." She went on to big screen success in films such as "Twister," "As Good as It Gets" (for which she won an Academy Award as Best Actress) and "What Women Want." Recently, Hunt starred, co-wrote and made her directorial debut in the film "Then She Found Me." Hunt was born in Culver City, California, on this day.  
June 15, 1964 - Courteney Cox Arquette
June 15, 1969 - O 'Shea Jackson
June 15, 1970 - Leah Remini
June 15, 1973 - Neil Patrick Harris
June 16, 1874 - Arthur Meighen
June 16, 1890 - Stan Laurel
June 16, 1907 - Jack Albertson
June 16, 1938 - Joyce Carol Oates - Writer
June 16, 1943 - Joan Van Ark - Actress - Van Ark may be best known for her role as Val Ewing on "Dallas" and subsequently, "Knots Landing," a role for which she won two Soap Opera's Digest Awards. More recently, she appeared on the daytime soap "The Young and the Restless" as Gloria Fisher Abbott, starred in the fantasy film, "Channels," and guest-starred on episodes of "Nip/Tuck" and "My Name is Earl." Van Ark was born in New York City on this day.
June 16, 1955 - Laurie Metcalf
June 16, 1973 - Nikki Hunter
June 16, 1987 - Diana DeGarno - Singer - DeGarno biggest claim to fame was as a finalist on the 2004 season of "American Idol." She subsequently embarked upon a musical career with lukewarm success, releasing the album "Blue Skies." She's since moved onto the Broadway stage, where she has starred in a production of "Hairspary" and toured nationally in "Brooklyn: The Musical." DeGarno was born in Birmingham, Ala. on this day.
June 17, 1832 - Sir William Crooks - Scientist
June 17, 1882 - Igor Stravinsky - Composer
June 17, 1898 - M .C. Escher -Artist
June 17, 1904 - Ralph Belemy - Actor
June 17, 1917 - Dean Martin - Singer/ Actor
June 17, 1946 - Barry Manilow - Singer
June 17, 1951 - Joe Piscopo - Comedian - Piscopo may be best known for his stunt as a regular on "Saturday Night Live" from 1980-84, where he drew notice for his hilarious characters such as Frank Sinatra, Doug Weiner, and Paulie Herman. he than moved on to films such as "Johnny Dangerously" and "sidekicks." More recently Piscopo appeared on "Law & Order" as well as in the Broadway revival of "Grease." Piscopo was born in Passaic, N.J. on this day.
June 17, 1966 - Stacey Adams
June 17, 1966 - Jason Patric - Actor - Patric has made his mark in such hits films as "The Lost Boys," "Narc" and "The Alamo." He's also worked on the stage, Appearing with Ashley Judd in a 2005 Broadway production of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof." Born John Miller, Patric is the son of the late Oscar-nominated actor Jason Miller, star of "The Exorcist." Patric was born in Queens, New York, on this day.
June 17, 1978 - Andrew Barlow
June 17, 1980 - Venus Williams - Tennis Star
June 18, 1903 - Jeanette MacDonald
June 18, 1907 - Betty Bird
June 18, 1910 - E. G. Marshall - Actor
June 18, 1918 - Sylvia Porter - Economist
June 18, 1942 - Roger Ebert - Film critic
June 18, 1942 - Sir Paul McCartney - Singer
June 18, 1947 - Linda Thorson - Actress - Thorson is probably best known for portraying Emma Peel's replacement Tara King on the series "The Avengers" from 1968-69. Recently, she's starred in the British series "Emmerdale Farm" and in the U.S. she's guest starred on "Law & Order," "Kung Fu: The Legend Continues" and "Star Trek: The Next Generation." She also appeared with Steven Seagal in the 2002 action movie "Half Past Dead." Thorson was born in Toronto, Ontario, on this day.
June 18, 1952 - Carol Kane - Comedienne and Actress - Kane is most easily recognized for her two-time Emmy winning role as Simka on the classic sitcom "Taxi." Kane also had garnered an Oscar nomination for her work in the film "Hester Street." The actress has had memorable roles in film such as "When A Stranger Calls," "Addams Family Values" and her most recent work, "The Pacifier." Kane was born in Cleveland on this day.
June 18, 1952 - Isalla Rosselini - Actress
June 19, 1856 - Elbert Hubbard - Writer
June 19, 1896 - Duchess of Windsor
June 19, 1896 - Wallis Simpson - Royalty
June 19, 1902 - Guy Lombardo - Band Leader
June 19, 1919 - Pauline Kael
June 19, 1919 - Louis Jordan -A  French film Actor. He is known for his roles in several Hollywood films, including Gigi (1958) and Octopussy (1983). Born in Marseille, France.
June 19, 1936 - Gina Rowlands - Actress
June 19, 1947 - Salman Rushdie - Writer
June 19, 1948 - Phylicia Rashad - Actress - Who is best known to most as Clair Huxtable from the long-funning series "The Cosby Show." she won a 2004 Tony for her performance in the Broadway production of "A Raisin in the Sun." Her upcoming projects include a TV adaptation of that play, as well as a return to Broadway for "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof." Rashad was born in Houston, Texas on this day.
June 19, 1950 - Ann Dustin Wilson
June 19, 1954 - Kathleen Turner - Actress
June 19, 1960 - David Akin
June 19, 1962 - Paula Abdul - is an American, multi-platinum selling, Grammy Award-winning singer, dancer, television personality, jewelry designer, actress, and Emmy Award-winning choreographer. In the 1970s, Abdul rose from being a cheerleader for the Los Angeles Lakers NBA basketball team. She found renewed fame and success in the 2000s as a judge on the television series, American Idol. Born in San Francisco, California
June 19, 1967 - Mia Sara - Actress - Sara is probably most easily remembered for playing the girlfriend of the title character in "Ferris Buelller's Day Off" as well as portraying Lili in the 1986 Ridley Scott epic "Legend." More recently, she's guest starred on "C.S.I.: NY" and starred in the short-lived series "Birds Of Prey." Sara was born in Brooklyn Heights, New York, on this day.  
June 20, 1819 - Jacques Offenbach
June 20, 1905 - Lillian Hellman
June 20, 1909 - Errol Flynn - Actor
June 20, 1916 - Jean-Jacques Bertrand
June 20, 1924 - Chet Atkins - Musician
June 20, 1924 - Audie Murphy - Actor
June 20, 1931 - Martin Landau - Actor
June 20, 1931 - Olympia Dukakis
June 20, 1931 - James S. Tolkan
June 20, 1949 - Lionel Richie - Singer
June 20, 1951 - Tress MacNeille - Voice actress - MacNeille provides the voices of over a dozen characters on the long-running animated show "The Simpsons," including Mrs. Skinner and the crazy cat lady. She's also done voice work for "Futurama," "Tiny Toon Adventures" and "Animaniacs." MacNeille sang of Lucille Ball in the "Weird Al" Yankovic spoof of "I Love Lucy" entitled "Ricky." MacNeille was born in Chicago on this day.
June 20, 1952 - John Goodman - Actor
June 20, 1967 - Nicole Kidman -Actress - is an Academy Award-winning actress. In 2006, she was the highest-paid actress in the motion picture industry. After making various appearances in film and television, Kidman received her breakthrough role in the 1989 thriller Dead Calm. Her performances in several films, such as To Die For (1995), Moulin Rouge! (2001), and The Hours (2002), have won her much critical acclaim. In 2003, Kidman received her Star on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood, California. Kidman is also a UNIFEM and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, and a singer. She is also well-known for her former marriage to the actor Tom Cruise and her current marriage to the noted country musician Keith Urban. Because she was born to Australian parents in Hawaii, Kidman has dual citizenship of Australia and the United States. In 2006, Kidman was made a Companion of the Order of Australia, Australia's highest civilian honour. Born Nicole Mary Kidmanin Honolulu, Hawaii, US on this day.
June 20, 1968 - Robert Rodriguez
June 20, 1970 - Kiss - Rock group
June 20, 1973 - Joo Min Lee

Adaptable and versatile
Communicative and witty
Intellectual and eloquent
Youthful and lively

On the dark side....

Nervous and tense
Superficial and inconsistent
Cunning and inquisitive




  • Talking
    Novelty and the unusual
    Variety in life
    Multiple projects all going at once
  • Feeling tied down
    Learning, such as school
    Being in a rut
    Mental inaction
    Being alone

The color of choice for Mercury in Gemini is GREEN and YELLOW



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