Famous People with the Sun In Libra


(SEPT. 23-OCT. 22)

September 23, 1889 - Walter Lippmann - Was an influential American writer, journalist, and political commentator. Born in New York City to German on this day.
September 23, 1899 - Louise Nevelson - Louise Berliawsky Nevelson - Was a Ukrainian-born American artist. Nevelson is known for her abstract expressionist “boxes” grouped together to form a new creation. She used found objects or everyday discarded things in her “assemblages” or assemblies, one of which was three stories high: ”When you put together things that other people have thrown out, you’re really bringing them to life – a spiritual life that surpasses the life for which they were originally created." Born Leah Berliawsky  in Kiev, Czarist Russia on this day.
September 23, 1920 - Mickey Rooney - Actor
September 23, 1930 - Ray Charles - Was an American pianist and singer who shaped the sound of rhythm and blues. He brought a soulful sound to country music, pop standards, and a rendition of "America the Beautiful" that Ed Bradley of 60 Minutes called the "definitive version of the song, an American anthem — a classic, just as the man who sung it. "Frank Sinatra called him "the only true genius in the business." And in 2004, Rolling Stone Magazine ranked Charles #10 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. Born Ray Charles Robinson but known by his stage name Ray Charles in Albany, Georgia, USA.
September 23, 1943 - Julio Inglesias - Singer
September 23, 1949 - Bruce Springsteen - Rock star - Springsteen , known affectionately by fans as "The Boss," has won 19 Grammy Awards in his 30-year career with hit albums such as "Born to Run" and "Born in the U.S.A.". Springsteen won a 1994 Academy award for his single "Streets of Philadelphia" from the acclaimed film "Philadelphia." Springsteen released his latest album "Working on a Dream" in January 2009. Springsteen was born in Long Beach, California on this day.
September 23, 1976 - Kip Pardue - Actor - Pardue has starred in such films as "Remember the Titans," "Imaginary Heroes" and "Driven." He's also appeared on the small screen in episodes of "ER," "House" and "7th Heaven." This former clothing model is currently working on the films "Stag Night." "Bitter/Sweet" and "Remorse." Pardue was born in Atlanta on this day.
September 24, 1896 - F.Scott Fitsgerald - Writer - Born on Cathedral Hill in St. Paul, Minnesota on this day.
September 24, 1942 - Linda McCartney - Paul's McCartney Wife.
September 24, 1944 - Sven-Ole Thorsen - Actor and bodybuilder - Thorsen has appeared prominently in such action films as "Conan the Barbarian," "The Running Man" and "Gladiator." He's worked on the small screen on episodes of "Baywatch," "The A-Team," and "the Flash." He wrote the autobiography "Strong Man in Hollywood," which was a  best seller in his native Denmark. Thorsen was born in Copenhagen, Denmark on this day.
September 24, 1948 - Gordon Clapp - Actor - Clapp might be best known for portraying Detective Medavoy for the entire 12-season run of "NYPD Blue," winning an Emmy award for his work. He's appeared in films such as "Flags of Our Fathers," "Eight Men Out" and "The Rage: Carrie 2." Recently, he's guest starred on "Cold Case" and "The Ghost Whisperer," as well as starring in the film comedy "The Funk Parlor." Clapp was born in North Conway, N.H., on this day, 
September 24, 1969 - Megan Ward
September 25, 1897 - William Faulkner - Writer - Was an American author. One of the most influential writers of the twentieth century, he was awarded the 1949 Nobel Prize in Literature. His reputation is based on his novels, novellas, and short stories. However, he was also a published poet and an occasional screenwriter. Most of Faulkner's works are set in his native state of Mississippi, and he is considered one of the most important "Southern writers," along with Mark Twain, Flannery O'Connor, Eudora Welty, and Tennessee Williams. While his work was published regularly starting in the mid 1920s, he was relatively unknown before receiving the Nobel Prize. He is now deemed among the greatest American writers of all time. Born William Cuthbert Falkner in New Albany, Mississippi on this day.
September 25, 1906 - Dimitri Shotakovich - Composer
September 25, 1929 - Barbara Walters - Interviewer - Is an American journalist, writer, and media personality who has been a regular fixture on morning television shows (Today and The View), an evening news magazine (20/20), and on The ABC Evening News. Walters was first known as a popular TV morning news anchor for over 10 years on NBC's Today, where she worked with Hugh Downs and later hosts Frank McGee and Jim Hartz. Walters later spent 25 years as co-host of ABC's newsmagazine 20/20. She was the first female co-anchor of network evening news, working with Harry Reasoner on ABC World News Tonight. Born  Barbara Jill Walters in Brookline, Massachusetts on this day.
September 25, 1932 - Juliet Prowse - Dancer
September 25, 1944 - Michael Douglas - Actor - Is an American actor and producer, primarily in movies and television. Douglas's first television exposure was that of Karl Malden's young college-educated partner, Insp. Steve Keller, in the popular 1970s crime drama, The Streets of San Francisco, a role he played for a successful four-year run from 1972 to 1976. Douglas is an Emmy Award-, Golden Globe Award- and two-time Academy Award-winner, first as producer of 1975's Best Picture Oscar, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and Best Actor in 1987 for his role as Gordon Gecko in Oliver Stone's  "Wall Street." Douglas has starred in the blockbusters "Basic Instinct" and "Romancing the Stone." Born Michael Kirk Douglas in New Brunswick, New Jersey on this day.
September 25, 1952 - Christopher Reeve - Actor
September 25, 1961 - Heather Locklear - Actress - Locklear has been a mainstay in television for over 20 years starring in hits such as "TJ Hooker," "Dynasty," "Melrose Place" and "Spin City." Her film credits include "Firestarter," "Wayne's World 2" and "The Return of The Swamp Thing." she appeared on the popular kids' series "Hannah Montana" as Heather Truscott and will reprise the role in 2009 in "Hannah Montana: The Movie." Locklear was born in Westwood, California on this day.
September 25, 1968 - Will Smith, Jr. - American Actor/ Rapper - He is one of a small group of people who have enjoyed success in three major entertainment media in the United States. Newsweek has called him the most powerful actor on the planet. Smith has been nominated for a Golden Globe, two Academy Awards, and has won multiple Grammys. Will Smith rose to fame as a rapper under the name the Fresh Prince in the late 1980s. Smith's most notable television role was that of William "Will" Smith (his namesake role) in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. In his film work, his notable roles include Agent J in Men in Black and Men in Black II, Detective Del Spooner in I, Robot, Muhammad Ali in Ali, as well as his role in the blockbuster Independence Day and more recently as Chris Gardner in The Pursuit of Happyness with his son Jaden Smith and as Robert Neville in I Am Legend with his daughter Willow Smith. And now "Hancock" 2008. Born Willard Christopher "Will" Smith, Jr in West Philadelphia on this day.
September 25, 1969 -  Catherine Zeta-Jones - Actress
September 26, 1888 - T.S. Elliot - Poet - Was a poet, dramatist, and literary critic. He received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1948. He wrote the poems The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, The Waste Land, The Hollow Men, Ash Wednesday and Four Quartets; the plays Murder in the Cathedral and The Cocktail Party; and the essay "Tradition and the Individual Talent". Born Thomas Stearns Eliot in St. Louis, Missouri, United States on this day.
September 26, 1891 - Charles Munch
September 26, 1898 - George Gershwin - Composer
September 26, 1924 - Marcello Mastroiani - Actor
September 26, 1942 - Kent McCord - Actor - McCord is probably best remember for starring as Officer Jim Reed on the popular series "Adam-12," a role which spawned from recurring appearances on the classic series "Dragnet 1967." More recently, McCord had a recurring role as Jack Crichton on the sci-fi series "Farscape." On the big screen, McCord has appeared in "predator 2," "Airplane II: the Sequel" and return of the Living Dead III." McCord was born in Los Angeles, California on this day.
September 26, 1948 - Olivia Newton John - Singer
September 26, 1956 - Linda Hamilton - Actress - Hamilton is best known for her portrayal of Sarah Connor in the first two "terminator" films. She also starred as Catherine on the TV series "Beauty and the Beast," earning an Emmy nomination for the role. Recently, Hamilton has starred in the films "Thief" "Broken" and "Missing in American." The actress in the former wife of both actor Bruce Abbott and director James Cameron. Hamilton was born in Salisbury, Md. on this day.
September 26, 1981 - Christina Milian
September 26, 1981 - Serena Williams - Female Tennis Star
September 27, 1920 - William Conrad - Writer
September 27, 1933 - Greg Morris - Actor
September 27, 1947 - Cheryl Tiegs - Model
September 27, 1958 - Shaun Cassidy - Singer
September 27, 1969 - Sofia Milos - Actress - Milos has starred on "CSI: Miami" as Detective Yelina Salas since 2003. In 2004 she appeared in the short-lived series "Desire," and in 2008 starred in the Canadian series "The Border" Milos also had a recurring role on "Caroline in the City" as well as a brief recurring part on "The Sopranos." This actress is fluent in German, Italian, French and English. Milos was born in Zurich, Switzerland, on this day.
September 27, 1972 - Gwyneth Paltrow - Actress - Paltrow won a 1998 Oscar for her performance as Viola in "Shakespeare in Love." Her other films include "Emma," "The Royal Tenenbaums" and "Proof.." Recently, she starred as Pepper Potts in the blockbuster "Iron Man" and will reprise the role in the upcoming "Iron Man II." Paltrow is the daughter of actress Blythe Danner and director, writer and producer Bruce Paltrow. Paltrow was born in Placentia, California on this day.
September 28, 1901 - William S. Paley
September 28, 1902 - Ed Sulllivan - TV Host
September 28, 1909 - Al Capp - Was an American cartoonist best-known for the satiric comic strip Li'l Abner. He also wrote the comic strips Abbie an' Slats and Long Sam. He won the 1947 National Cartoonist Society's Reuben Award as Cartoonist of the Year for Li'l Abner, and their 1979 Elzie Segar Award posthumously. Born Alfred Gerald Caplin of Russian Jewish heritage in New Haven, Connecticut.
September 28, 1916 - Peter Finch - Actor
September 28, 1924 -Marcello Mastroianni
September 28, 1933 - Sylvia Kars - Sex therapist
September 28, 1934 - Bridgette Bardot - Actress - Is a French actress, former fashion model, singer and animal welfare/rights activist. In 2007 she was named among Empire's 100 Sexiest Film Stars.
September 28, 1963 - Susan Walters - Actress - Walters is probably best recognized for playing Diane Jenkins on the soap "The Young and the Restless" from 2001005. She starred on the short-lived series "point Pleasant" and the series "The Big Easy," as well as having a recurring role on "Melrose Place" in 1998. Currently, Walters has a recurring role as Principal Rimkus on the teen drama "One Tree Hill." Walters was born in Atlanta on this day.
September 28, 1967 - Moon Zappa - Celebrity
September 28, 1968 - Naomi Watts
September 29, 1758 -Admiral Horatio Nelson
September 29, 1901 - Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra  -Was a Spanish novelist, poet, and playwright. His magnum opus, Don Quixote, is considered a founding classic of Western literature and regularly figures among the best novels ever written. His work is considered among the most important in all of literature.[1] He has been dubbed el Príncipe de los Ingenios - the Prince of Wits. Born in Alcalá de Henares, Spain on this day.
September 29, 1901 - Enrico Fermi - Scientist
September 29, 1907 - Gene Autry - Singer
September 29, 1908 - Greer Garson - Actress
September 29, 1931 - Anita Ekberg - Is a Swedish model, actress and cult sex symbol. Born Kerstin Anita Marianne Ekberg in Malmö, Skåne on this day.
September 29, 1942 - Madeline Kahn - Actress
September 29, 1942 - Ian McShane
September 29, 1943 - Lech Walesa - Activist
September 29, 1935 - Jerry Lee Lewis - Singer
September 29, 1948 - Bryant Gumbel - TV Host
September 29, 1957 - Andrew Dice Clay - Actor and comedian - Clay is probably best known for his controversial stand-up act from the late '80s and early '90s. he starred in films such as "The Adventures of Ford Fairlane," "Casual Sex?" and "Pretty in Pink." On television, he portrayed Max Goldman on the gritty crime series "Crime Story," and in 2007 starred in his own short-lived reality series "Dice Undisputed." Clay most recently appeared on "Celebrity Apprentice 2." Clay was born in Brooklyn, New York, on this day.
September 29, 1971 - Mackenzie crook - Actor and comedian - Crook may be best known for his portrayal of Ragetti in the successful Disney "Pirates of the Caribbean" film series. Crook first grew to fame as a cast member of the original British version of the series "The Office." Crook is now branching out into authoring children's books and his first effort, "Fairy Tale," is slated to be released in October of 2008. Crook was born in Kent, England on this day.
September 30, 1921 - Deborah Kerr - Actress
September 30, 1924 - Truman Copote - Was an American writer whose stories, novels, plays and non-fiction are recognized literary classics, including the novella Breakfast at Tiffany's (1958) and In Cold Blood (1965), which he labeled a "non-fiction novel". At least 20 films and TV dramas have been produced from Capote novels, stories and screenplays. Born in New Orleans, Louisiana on this day.
September 30, 1929 - Robert Duval - Actor
September 30, 1931 - Angie Dickinson - Actress - is a Golden Globe-winning American television and film actress, perhaps best known for her role as Sergeant Leann "Pepper" Anderson in the 1970s crime drama Police Woman. born Angeline Brown in Kulm, North Dakota, on this day.
September 30, 1935 - Johnny Mathis
September 30, 1964 - Monica Bellucci - Actress - Bellucci major film roles include Persephone in "the Matrix Reloaded" and "the Matrix Revolutions," as well as Mary Magdelene in "The Passion of the Christ." This former popular fashion model in Europe made her first debut in 1992's "Bram Stoker's Dracula." The Actress is married to actor Vincent Cassel, who co-stars in several of her films. 
September 30, 1971 - Jenna Elfman - Actress - Elfman is well known for portraying Dharma on the hit comedy series "Dharma & Greg" from 1997-2002. A former dancer, Elfman has appeared in feature films such as "Krippendorf's Tribe," "Edtv" and "Keeping the Faith." Elfman is slated to star in the upcoming sitcom "Accidentally on Purpose" this season 2009. This actress has been married to actor Bodhi Elfman since 1995. Elfman was born in Los Angeles, California, on this day.
October 1, 1847 - Annie Besant - Occultist
October 1, 1888 - Mark E. Jones - Astrologer
October 1, 1903 - Vladimir Horowitz - Was a Russian-American pianist. In his prime, he was considered one of the most distinguished pianists of any age. His technique, use of tone color and the excitement of his playing are legendary. He is widely considered one of the greatest pianists of the twentieth century. Born in Vladimir Samoylovich Horowitz  in the Russian Empire (now the capital of Ukraine) on this day. 
October 1, 1920 - Walter Mathhau - Actor
October 1, 1921 - James Whitmore - Actor
October 1, 1924 - James Earl Carter - President US
October 1, 1928 - George Peppard - Actor - Starred in the "A Team."
October 1, 1930 - Richard Harris - Actor
October 1, 1935 - Julie Andrews - Is an award-winning English actress, singer, vocalist, author and icon. Andrews won worldwide attention in "The Sound Of Music" and an Academy Award for her work in the 1964 Disney classic film "Mary Poppins." She also won an Emmy in 1973 for her series "The Julie Andrews Hour" and another Emmy on 2004 for the Documentary "Broadway: The American Musical." Younger audiences may recognize her as the voice of Queen Lillian in the Disney "Shrek" film series, a role this talented performer will reprise in 2010 in "Shrek goes Fourth." Born Julia Elizabeth Wells in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, England.
October 1, 1941 - Randy Quaid - Actor
October 1, 1947 - Stephen Collins - Actor - Collins signature role to date was portraying Eric Camden on the series "7th Heaven" from 1996-2007. Recently, he's appeared on "Law & Order: SVU" and "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." Collins also had a recurring role on the acclaimed series "Sister" during the 1995 season. On the big screen, Collins has appeared in "The First Wives' Club," "Brewster's Millions" and "Star Trek: The Motion Picture." Collins was born in Des Moines, Iowa, on this day.
October 1, 1965 - Cindy Margolis "Cynthia Dawn" - American Glamour Spokes model and Actress, born in Los Angeles .
October 2, 1869 - Mohandas K. Gandhi - Pacifist
October 2, 1890 - Groucho Marx - Comedian and film actor. Also one part of the "Marx Brothers" troupe.
October 2, 1895 - Bud Abbott - Was an American actor, producer and comedian . Born William Alexander “Bud” Abbott in Asbury Park, New Jersey
October 2, 1904 - Graham Greene - Was an English writer best known as a novelist, but who also produced short stories, plays, screenplays, travel writing and criticism. His works explore the ambivalent moral and political issues of the modern world. Greene combined serious literary acclaim with wide popularity. Greene was born in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom on this day.
October 2, 1906 - Willie Ley - Science Writer
October 2, 1938 - Rex Reed - Journalist
October 2, 1951 - Sting - Musician, singer, and actor - Sting is a 16-time Grammy Award winner both as a solo act and with the rock group "The Police." He performed hits such as "Every Breath You Take" with The Police from 1978-1983 then went on to solo success with a much lighter, jazz oriented sound. In films, Sting starred in a variety of features, including "Julia and Julia" "The Bride" and "Dune." Sting was born Gordon Summer in Wallsend, England, on this day.
October 2, 1970 - Kelly Maria Ripa - An American Daytime Emmy Award-winning actress, television personality, and talk show host. Since February 2001, she has served as the co-host of Live with Regis and Kelly. Earlier in her career, Ripa played Hayley Vaughan Santos on the long running soap opera All My Children; she also played Faith Fairfield on the sitcom 'Hope & Faith". Both are television series on ABC. She won a 2006 Emmy award for her work on the "Walt Disney World Christmas Day Parade." Kelly was born Stratford, New Jersey.      
October 2, 1978 - Ayumi Hamasaki aka "Ayu" to her pop fans- A Japanese singer-songwriter and former Actress. Born in Fukuoka, Japan.
October 3, 1858 - Eleanor Duse - Was an Italian actress, often known simply as Duse. Duse was born in Vigevano, Lombardy, Italy on this day.
October 3, 1900 - Thomas Wolf - Writer
October 3, 1909 - Chuby Checker - Singer
October 3, 1925 - Gore Vidal - Writer
October 3, 1959 - Greg Proops - Is an American actor and stand-up comedian, who works largely in Europe as a comic and improviser. Born Gregory Everett Proops in Phoenix, Arizona on this day.
October 3, 1973 - Neve Campbell - Actress - Campbell grew to fame portraying Julia Salinger on the hit series "Party of Five" from 1994-2000. She went on to big screen success as Sidney Prescott in the "Scream" film franchise. Other films credits for Campbell include starring roles in the movies "54'," "Wild Things" and "The Craft." More recently, Campbell starred on the short-lived series "The Philanthropist" and guest-starred on "Medium" and "Burn Up." Campbell was born in Ontario, Canada, on this day.
October 3, 1976 - Seann William Scott - Actor - This up-and-coming star is perhaps best recognized by filmgoers as Steve stifler from the popular "American Pie" film series. He's also starred in "The Dukes of Hazzard," "Final Destination" and done voice work in the Disney "Ice Age" movies. Recently, Scott has starred in films "Mr. Woodcock" and the independent comedy "The Promotion." Scott was born in Cottage Grove, Minn. on this day.
October 4, 1814 - Jean F. Millet - Artist
October 4, 1822 - Rutherford Hayes - President US
October 4, 1895 - Buster Keaton - Was an Academy Award-winning American comic actor and filmmaker. Best known for his silent films, his trademark was physical comedy with a stoic, deadpan expression on his face, earning him the nickname "The Great Stone Face" (referencing the Nathaniel Hawthorne story about the "Old Man of the Mountain"). He has also been called "The Michelangelo of Silent Comedy". Joseph Frank "Buster" Keaton  was born in Piqua, Kansas on this day.
October 4, 1923 - Charlton Heston - Actor
October 4, 1941 - Anne Rice
October 4, 1946 - Susan Sarandon - Actor
October 4, 1976 - Alicia Silverstone - Actress - Alicia is probably most recognized for the 1995 film "Clueless" and for appearing in three Aerosmith videos in the early '90s. Her other film work includes "Batman & Robin," "Excess Baggage" and the 2006 release "Stormbreaker." She's also done stage work, most notably appearing as Elaine Robinson in a 2002 production of "The Graduate." Silverstone is slated to star in the upcoming TV series "Bad Mother's Handbook." Silverstone was born in San Francisco on this day.
October 5, 1923 - Philip Berrigan - Activist
October 5, 1925 - Richard Gordon - Astronaut
October 5, 1951 - Karen Allen - Actress - Allen has probably gained her greatest recognition  in the role of Marion Ravenwood both in "Raiders of the Lost Ark" and the recent hit "Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull." Allen has also had memorable roles in films such as "Animal House," "Starman" and "Scrooged." On the small screen, she's guest-starred on "Law & Order," "Law & Order: SVU" and "King of the Hill." Allen was born in Carrollton, Ill., on this day.
October 5, 1951 - Bob Geldolf - Organizer
October 5, 1957 - Bernie Mac - Comic actor - Mac started his comedy career at age 8, with a standup performance at a church dinner. In 1977, at age 20, he took that act to comedy clubs in Chicago. His film career started with a small role as a club doorman in the Damon Wayans movie "Mo' Money" in 1992. Mac went on to star in the "Ocean's Eleven" franchise with Brad Pitt and George Clooney and his turn with Ashton Kutcher in 2005's "Guess Who?" — a remake of the Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn 1967 classic "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?" — topped the box office.
Mac also had starring roles in "Bad Santa," "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" and "Transformers." The comedian drew critical and popular acclaim with his Fox television series "The Bernie Mac Show," which aired more than 100 episodes from 2001 to 2006.
The series about a man's adventures raising his sister's three children, won a Peabody Award in 2002. At the time, judges wrote they chose the sitcom for transcending "race and class while lifting viewers with laughter, compassion — and cool." The show garnered Golden Globe and Emmy nominations for Mac. He also was nominated for a Grammy award for best comedy album in 2001 along with his "The Original Kings of Comedy" co-stars, Steve Harvey, D.L. Hughley and Cedric The Entertainer. Was born Bernard Jeffrey McCullough on Oct. 5, 1957, in Chicago and grew up on the city's South Side on this day.
October 5, 1975 - Kate Winslet
October 6, 1908 - Carol Lombard - Actress
October 6, 1820 - Jenny Lind - Singer
October 6, 1887 - Le Corbusier - Charles-Édouard Jeanneret-Gris - Architect - Was a Swiss-born architect, designer, urbanist, writer and also painter, who is famous for his contributions to what now is called Modern architecture. In his 30s he became a French citizen. He was a pioneer in studies of modern high design and was dedicated to providing better living conditions for the residents of crowded cities. His career spanned 8 decades, with his buildings constructed throughout central Europe, India, Russia, and one each in North and South America. He was also an urban planner, painter, sculptor, writer, and modern furniture designer. Born as Charles-Édouard Jeanneret-Gris in La Chaux-de-Fonds, a small town in Neuchâtel canton in north-western Switzerland, in the Jura mountains on this day.
October 6, 1906 - Janet Gainer - Actress
October 6, 1942 - Britt Ekland - Actress
October 6, 1970 - Amy Jo Johnson - Actress - Johnson biggest success was portraying the oink Power Ranger in the "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" TV in the early '90s. She went on to be a regular in the hit series "Felicity," as well as in "The Division," "Wildfire" and. currently, "Flashpoint." Johnson was born in Cape Cod, Mass. on this day.
October 6, 1974 - Jeremy Sisto - Actor - Sisto currently stars as Detective Cyrus Lupo on the long-running drama "Law & Order." Sisto has also starred in the short-lived series "Kidnapped" and had a frequent recurring role on the hit cable series "Six Feet Under." On the big screen, he's appeared in such films as "Waitress," "Wrong Turn" and "Clueless." The actor recently celebrated the birth of a daughter in June of 2009. Sisto was born in Grass Valley, California, on this day.
October 7, 1849 - James W. Riley - Poet
October 7, 1885 - Neils Bohr - Physicist
October 7, 1900 - Heinrich Himmler - Nazi
October 7, 1917 - June Allyson - Actress
October 7, 1927 - R.D. Laing - Psychologist
October 7, 1931 - Desmond Tutu - Statesman
October 7, 1943 - Simon Cowell - TV host - Is infamous to TV viewers as one of the judges on the blockbuster reality show "American Idol." He also is creator and judge of the British series "The X Factor" as well as executive producer of the series "America's Got Talent," "Celebrity Duets" and "American Inventor." Cowell was born in Brighton, England on this day.
October 7, 1943 - Oliver North - Celebrity
October 7, 1951 - John Mellencamp - Singer
October 7, 1979 - Shawn Ashmore - Actor - Ashmore the twin brother of  "Smallville" star Aaron Ashmore is probably best known as Bobby Drake/Iceman from the "X-Men" movie series. He appeared regularly on the series "Animorphs," as well as guest-starring on various shows such as "the Outer Limits" and "Smallvile." More  recently, Ashmore stared in the horror movie "The Ruins." Ashmore was born in Richmond, British Columbia, on this day.
October 8, 1890 - Eddie Rickenbacker - Military
October 8, 1895 - Juan Peron - President
October 8, 1941 - Jesse Loius Jackson, Sr - Activist -Is an American civil rights activist and Baptist minister. He was a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1984 and 1988 and served as "shadow senator" for the District of Columbia from 1991 to 1997. He was the founder of both entities that merged to form Rainbow/PUSH. Representative Jesse Jackson, Jr. is his eldest son. According to an AP-AOL "Black Voices" poll in February 2006, Jackson was voted "the most important black leader" with 15% of the vote. Born Jesse Louis Burns in Greenville, South Carolina on this day.
October 8, 1936 - Rona Barret - Columnist
October 8, 1943 - Chevy Chase - Actor and comedian - Chase may be best known to younger audiences as bumbling dad Clark Griswold in four "National Lampoon Vacation" movies. He broke into TV in 1975 and became an overnight sensation as one of the original cast members and a writer of "Saturday Night Live," earning a 1976 Emmy award for his work on the show. The funnyman is currently working on a big screen adaptation of "jack & the Beanstalk." Chevy was born in Cornelius Chase in New York City on this day.
October 8, 1949 - Sigourney Weaver - Actress - Is an Academy Award-winning American actress, best known for her roles as Lt. Ellen Ripley in the Alien film series and Ghost Busters (1984).  Weaver was born Susan Alexandra Weaver in New York City on this day.
October 8, 1970 - Matt Damon - Actor born in Boston, Massachusetts
October 8, 1979 - Kristanna Loken - Actress - Loken achieved her greatest success to date as the Terminatrix in the 2003 film "Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines." She also appeared in the films "Blood Rayne," "Curse of the Ring' and "In The Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale." She starred in the series "Painkiller Jane" and appeared regularly on the show "The L Word." Loken was born in Ghent, New York, on this day.
October 9, 1835 - Giuseppe Verdi
October 9, 1835 - Camille St.Saens - Composer
October 9, 1890 - Aimee S. McPherson - Religious Leader
October 9, 1911 - Charles Jayne - Astrologer
October 9, 1940 - John Lennon - Beatle -Was an English rock musician, singer, songwriter, artist, and peace activist who gained worldwide fame as one of the founding members of The Beatles. In his solo career, Lennon wrote and recorded many songs such as "Give Peace a Chance" and "Imagine". Lennon revealed his rebellious nature and wit on television, in films such as A Hard Day's Night, in books such as In His Own Write, and in press conferences and interviews. He was controversial through his work as a peace activist, artist, and author. Lennon had two sons: Julian Lennon, with his first wife Cynthia Lennon, and Sean Ono Lennon, with his second wife, avant-garde artist Yoko Ono. After a self-imposed retirement from 1976 to 1980, Lennon reemerged with a comeback album, but was murdered one month later in New York City on 8 December 1980. In 2002, respondents to a BBC poll on the 100 Greatest Britons voted Lennon into eighth place. In 2004, Rolling Stone magazine ranked Lennon number 38 on its list of "The Immortals: The Fifty Greatest Artists of All Time" and ranked The Beatles at number one. Born John Winston Lennon in the Liverpool Maternity Hospital, Oxford Street, Liverpool, England.
October 9, 1952 - Sharon Osbourne - Television personality - Osbourne grew to fame on the reality series "The Osbournes" with husband , heavy metal icon Ozzy Osbourne. Since then Sharon has become a celebrity in her own right, serving as judge on "The X Factor" and "America's got Talent," as well as hosting her own talk show "The Sharon Osbourne Show" during the 2003-04 season. Osbourne also has written the best-selling autobiography "Extreme." Osbourne was born in London, England, on this day.
October 9, 1954 - Scott Bakula
October 9, 1979 - Brandon Routh - Actor - Is best known as the latest to take over the title of "Man of Steel" in the 2006 hit "Superman Returns." First appearing in shows like "Gilmore girls" and "Will & Grace," Routh eventually landed a regular spot on the long-running soap opera "One Life to Live." He is signed to make two more Superman films; the next one "Superman ; The Man of Steel," is due in 2010. Routh was born in Des Moines, Iowa on this day.
October 10, 1813 - Guiseppe Verdi - Composer
October 10, 1900 - Helen Hayes - Actress
October 10, 1924 - James Clavell - Writer
October 10, 1946 - Charles Dance - Actor - Dance is a veteran performer with a lengthy resume that includes the films "Gosford Park," "Michael Collins," and "Aliens 3." Dance wrote, and made his directorial debut, with the 2004 film "Ladies in Lavender" starring Oscar winner Judi Dench. In 2006, Dance was made an Officer of the British Empire and in 2007 he earned raves for his performance in the stage revival of "Shadowlands." Dance was born in Worcestershire, England on this day.
October 10, 1954 - David Lee Roth _ Singer
October 10, 1954 - James Eshelman - Astrologer
October 10, 1955 - David Lee Roth - Musician
October 10, 1978 - Jodi Lyn O'Keefe - Actress - O'Keefe's first TV role was portraying Maggie Cory on the long running soap "Another World" in 1995. This birthday gal recently starred as Gretchen Morgan on the series "Prison Break." She also starred as Cassidy on "Nash Bridges;" from 1996-2001. On the big screen, she's starred in films such as "Whatever It Takes," "She's All That" and "Halloween H2O." O'Keefe was born in Cliffwood Beach, New Jersey, on this day.
October 11, 1884 - Eleanor Roosevelt - First Lady
October 11, 1962 - Joan Cusack
October 11, 1985 - Michelle Trachtenberg - Actress - Michelle currently stars in the successful TV series "Gossip Girl." She also starred as Dawn on three seasons of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and was a cast member of the long-running soap "All My Children" from 1993-96. She's also spent considerable time on the the big screen, appearing in films such as "EuroTrip," "Ice Princess" and "Black Christmas." Trachtenberg was born in New York City on this day.
October 12, 1875 - Aleister Crowley - Occultist
October 12, 1932 - Dick Gregory - Comedian
October 12, 1935 - Luciano Pavarotti - Singer
October 12, 1935 - Josh Hutcherson - Actor - Hutcherson has starred in recent hits such as "Bridge to Terabithia" and the latest remake of "Journey to the Center of the Earth." He's also starred in films such as "RV," "Firehouse Dog" and "The Polar Express." This young star is in great demand and stars in "Cique du Freak," which opens this month October 2009, and in the remake of the movie "Red Dawn" for release next year 2010. Hutcherson was born in Union, Ky., on this day.
October 13, 1853 - Lillie Langtry - Actress
October 13, 1921 - Yves Montand - Actor
October 13, 1925 - Lenny Bruce - Comedian
October 13, 1925 - Margaret Thacher - Prime Minister of England
October 13, 1956 - Chris Carter - Director and producer - Carter is responsible for creating the hit sci-fi series "the X-Files" that ran from 1993-2002. Carter also wrote and produced two "X-files' feature films. In addition, Carter produced the series "Millenium" as well as the short-lived series "the Lone Gunnmen." Carter's latest project is writing, producing and directing the coming-of-age drama "Fencewalker." Carter was born in Bellflower, California, on this day.
October 13, 1956 - Judy Blumberg - Skater
October 13, 1962 - Kelly Preston
October 13, 1971 - Sacha Baron Cohen - Comedian - Cohen won a 2006 Golden Globe Award for playing the zany title character in the offbeat movie "Borat: Cultural  Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan." He also hosted the farcical talk show "Da Ali G Show" which eventually spawned the film "Ali G Indahouse." His next project will be a starring role in the comedy "Dinner For Schmucks." Cohen was born in London, England on this day.
October 14, 1888 - Katherine Mansfield - Writer
October 14, 1890 - Dwight Eisenhower - President US - Nicknamed "Ike", was a General of the Army (five-star general officer) in the United States Army and U.S. politician who served as the 34th President of the United States (1953–1961). During the Second World War, he served as Supreme Commander of the Allied forces in Europe, with responsibility for planning and supervising the successful invasion of France and Germany in 1944–45. In 1951, he became the first supreme commander of NATO. As President, he oversaw the cease-fire of the Korean War, kept up the pressure on the Soviet Union during the Cold War, made nuclear weapons a higher defense priority, launched the Space Race, enlarged the Social Security program, and began the Interstate Highway System. Eisenhower was born David Dwight Eisenhower in Denison, Texas on this day.
October 14, 1894 - E.E. Cummings - Was an American poet, painter, essayist, author, and playwright. His body of work encompasses more than 900 poems, several plays and essays, numerous drawings, sketches, and paintings, as well as two novels. He is remembered as a preeminent voice of 20th century poetry, as well as one of the most popular. Born Edward Estlin Cummings in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
October 14, 1896 - Lillian Gish - Actress
October 14, 1906 - Hannah Arendt -  Was a German-Jewish political theorist.
October 14, 1916 - C. Everett Koop - Physician General
October 14, 1927 - Roger Moore - Sir Roger George Moore - Actor - Ss an English actor. He is perhaps best known for portraying two British action heroes, Simon Templar in the television series The Saint from 1962 to 1969, and James Bond in seven films from 1973 to 1985. He has been a UNICEF ambassador since 1991. He was also known as the guest star to appear on the final episode of The Muppet Show. Born in Stockwell, London, England on this day.
October 14, 1938 - John Dean - Attorney
October 14, 1938 - Stacy Keibler - TV personality - Keibler my be better known as manager Miss Hancock in the world of professional wrestling. A model as well as a former cheerleader for the Baltimore Ravens, Keibler has been a contestant on "Dancing With the Stars" and had a recurring role on the series "What About Brain." Keibler was born in Baltimore on this day.
October 14, 1944 - Udo Kier - Actor - kier is known for his roles in horror films such as "Shadow of the Vampire," "Blade" and "End of Days." He's also appeared in more mainstream films such as "Armageddon," "Barb Wire" and "Surviving Christmas." Kier will next appear in the Werner Herzog's upcoming horror thriller "My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done." Kier was born in Cologne, Germany, on this day.
October 14, 1977 - Bianca Beauchamp - Is a Canadian fetish and adult model, known for her glamour, erotic and latex modeling. Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on this day.
October 15, 1905 -C. P. Snow
October 15, 1908 - John Kenneth Galbraith - Was an influential Canadian-American economist. He was a Keynesian and an institutionalist, a leading proponent of 20th-century American liberalism and progressivism. His books on economic topics were bestsellers in the 1950s and the 1960s.Galbraith was a prolific author who produced four dozen books and over a thousand articles on various subjects. Among his most famous works was a popular trilogy on economics, American Capitalism (1952), The Affluent Society (1958), and The New Industrial State (1967). He taught at Harvard University for many years. Galbraith was active in politics, serving in the administrations of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson; and among other roles served as United States Ambassador to India under Kennedy. He was one of a few two-time recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom. He received one from President Truman in 1946 and another from President Bill Clinton in 2000. He was also awarded the Order of Canada in 1997 and, in 2001, the Padma Vibhushan, India's second highest civilian award, for his contributions to strengthening ties between India and the United States. Born in Iona Station, Ontario, Canada on this day.
October 15, 1917 - Arthur Schlesinger - Writer
October 15, 1959 - Sarah Ferguson - Royalty
October 15, 1844 - Friedrich Nietzsche - Writer
October 15, 1924 - Lee A. Iacocca - Corporate Figure - Is an American businessman most commonly known for his revival of the Chrysler Corporation in the 1980s, serving as President and CEO from 1978 and additionally as chairman from 1979, until his retirement at the end of 1992. Among the most widely recognized businessmen in the world, he was a passionate advocate of U.S. business exports during the 1980s. He is the author or co-author of several books, including Iacocca: An Autobiography (with William Novak), and Where have all the Leaders Gone?  Born Lido Anthony "Lee" Iacocca in Allentown, Pennsylvania on this day.
October 15, 1942 - Penny Marshall - Actress and director - Marshall is the sister of producers Garry Marshall and Ronny Hallin. Penny may be best recognized as the character Laverne on the classic sitcom "Laverne & Shirley," but she also directed the blockbuster movies "Big" and "A League of Their Own." Marshall is slated to rejoin co-star Cindy Williams for an upcoming reality series called "Penny and Cindy." Marshall was born in the Bronx, New York on this day.
October 15, 1959 - Emeril Lagasse - Popular TV Chef - Chef Emeril Lagasse became a household name with the success of his cooking show's "Emeril Live" and "Essence of Emeril." He also dabbled in comedy during the brief run of the TV sit com "Emeril" in 2001. He's written nine best-selling cookbooks and owns 11 restaurants across the country. Lagasse worked with NASA in 2006 in an effort to create better tasting food for our nation's astronauts. Lagasse was born in Fall River, Mass., on this day.
October 15, 1968 - Vanessa Marcil - Actress -  Marcil acted in a number of theatre productions before landing the role of Brenda Barrett on the soap opera General Hospital in 1992. She garnered three Daytime Emmy Award nominations (1997, 1998 and 2003) for her portrayal, winning in 2003 as "Outstanding Supporting Actress." In February 1998, she was named "Outstanding Lead Actress" at the Soap Opera Digest Awards. After six years on General Hospital, she left the show in 1998 (returning briefly in '03) to star in the made-for-television movie To Love, Honor and Deceive, and had a recurring guest role on the police drama High Incident produced by Steven Spielberg. Marcil joined the cast of Beverly Hills 90210 in November 1998 as Gina Kincaid and remained with the show for one-and-a-half seasons.
Marcil made her feature film debut in the 1996 film The Rock, in which she starred opposite Nicolas Cage, Sean Connery and Ed Harris.Marcil latest T.V work was in the television series Las Vegas. She's been featured in several Men's magazines, including Stuff, FHM, and Maxim. She was named #19 on Maxim's Hot 100 of 2005 list and was featured on the cover of the issue. Born Sally Vanessa Ortiz in Indio, California on this day.
October 16, 1854 - Oscar Wilde - Writer
October 16, 1886 - David Ben-Gurion - Political Leader - Was the first Prime Minister of Israel. Ben-Gurion's passion for Zionism, which began early in life, culminated in his instrumental role in the founding of the state of Israel.
October 16, 1888 - Eugene O'Neill - Writer
October 16, 1898 - William O. Douglas - Was a United States Supreme Court Associate Justice. With a term lasting 36 years and 209 days, he is the longest-serving justice in the history of the Supreme Court. Born in Maine Township, Minnesota on this day.
October 16, 1923 - Linda Darnell - Actress
October 16, 1925 - Angela Lansbury - Actress
October 16, 1939 - Batya Stark - Astrologer
October 16, 1946 - Suzanne Somers - Actress & performer - Somers is well known for starring in the two TV prime time hits, "Three's Company" and "Step By Step." She first drew notice as the mysterious blonde in the T-bird in the 1973 classic "American Graffiti" and in 2005 she starred on Broadway in the autobiographical one woman show "The Blonde in the Thunderbird." she has written numerous books in the field of self-help and diet. Also starred on TV ads for the Thigh Master and other fitness aids and videos. Somers was born in San Bruno, California on this day.
October 16, 1947 - David Zucker - Writer and director - Zucker, along with brother Jerry and longtime partner Jim Abrahams, has co-written such comedy classics as "Airplane!," "Top Secret" and "The Naked Gun" franchise. On his own, Zucker directed "Scary Movie" parts 3 and 4 and wrote, produced, and directed the recent comedy "An American Carol." Zucker is currently developing his next project "Scary Movie 5." Zucker was born in Milwaukee on this day.
October 16, 1975 - Kellie Martin
October 17, 1915 - Arthur Miller - Writer
October 17, 1918 - Susan Hayworth - Actress - Was an American actress who rose to stardom in the 1940s as the era's leading sex symbol. She is listed as one of the American Film Institute's greatest stars of all time. Born in Brooklyn, New York on this day.
October 17, 1920 - Montgomery Clift - Was an American film actor. He was known for brooding, sensitive, working-class character roles, and received four Academy Award nominations during his career. Born Edward Montgomery Clift in Omaha, Nebraska, U.S..
October 17, 1931 - Jimmy Breslin - Politician
October 17, 1932 - Paul Anderson - Weight Lifter
October 17, 1938 - Evel Knievel - Motorcycle Dare Devil stunt jumper
October 17, 1947 - Michael McKean - Actor and comedian - McKean is easily recognized, both as Lenny from the classic TV sitcom "Laverne & Shirley" and as zany rocker David St. Hubbins from the cult comedy classic film "This is Spinal Tap." McKean was cast member of "Saturday Night Live" in 1994 and has appeared in films such as "The Producers," "A Mighty Wind' and "Young Doctors In Love." Recently, McKean appeared on Broadway in "Homecoming." McKean was born in New York City on this day.
October 17, 1948 - George Wendt
October 17, 1949 - Margot Kidder - Actress - Kidder achieved her greatest success portraying Lois Lane in four blockbuster "Superman" movies. Her other films include "The Amityville Horror," "The Great Waldo Pepper" and "Sisters." recently she appeared on episodes of "Brothers & Sisters" and "Smallville," and in the mystery film "On the Other Hand, Death." Kidder was born in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada on this day.
October 18, 1919 - Pierre Elliott Trudeau - 15th Prime Minister of Canada. Trudeau was the first Canadian Prime Minister born in the 20th century. Trudeau was a charismatic figure who, from the late 1960s until the mid-1980s, dominated the Canadian political scene and aroused passionate reactions. Admires praise the force of Trudeau's intellect and they salute his political acumen in preserving national unity and establishing the "Charter of Rights and Freedoms" within Canada's constitution. Born Joseph Philippe Pierre Yves Elliott Trudeau in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
October 18, 1920 - Melina Mercouri
October 18, 1922 - Jess Helms - Politician
October 18, 1927 - George C. Scott - Actor
October 18, 1960 - J.C. Van Damm - Actor
October 18, 1956 - Martina Nvratilova - Sports Figure
October 18, 1987 - Zac Efron - Actor - Efron is building quite a respectable resume despite his youth, having appeared in the hit TV movie "High School Musical," on the series "Summerland" and in the film adaptation of the musical "Hairspray." Efron's upcoming roles include "17 again," the drama "Me And Orson Wells," and a remake of the 1984 film "Footloose." Efron was born in San Luis Obispo, California on this day.
October 18, 1990 - Carly Schroeder - Actress - Schroeder had a recurring role as Melina on the popular kid's series "Lizzie McGuire" and reprised the role in "The Lizzie McGuire Movie" in 2003. She portrayed Serena Baldwin on the soap "General Hospital" as well as its spin-off "Port Charles" and has appeared in films such as "Firewall," "Gracie" and "Prey." Recently, she's guest-starred on TV shows such as "Law & Order; SVU" and "The Ghost Whisperer." Schroeder was born in Valparaiso, Ind., on this day.
October 19, 1912 - John Profumo - Scandal
October 19, 1922 - Jack Anderson - Journalist
October 19, 1931 - John Lecarre - Writer
October 19, 1932 - Robert Reed - Actor
October 19, 1945 - John Lithgow - Actor
October 19, 1976 - Omar Gooding - Actor - Gooding is probably best known for his roles as Demetrius on the series "Playmakers" and as Earvin on the Sitcom "Hangin' With Mr. Cooper." He's starred in the short-lived series "Smart Guy" and "Barbershop" and had a recurring role on the hit cable series "Deadwood." Gooding is an avid poker player and is the brother of Oscar-winning actor Cuba Gooding Jr. Born in Los Angeles on this day.
October 20, 1854 - Arthur Rimbaud - Poet
October 20, 1882 - Bela Lugosi - Actor
October 20, 1859 - John Dewey - Educator
October 20, 1919 - Howard Tracy Hall  -Was an American physical chemist and the first person who grew a synthetic diamond according to a reproducible, verifiable and witnessed process, using a press of his own design. As among America's scientific wizards as a principal figure in the creation of artificial diamonds with three other colleagues at the General Electric Research Laboratory in Schenectady, N.Y. on February 15, 1955. by transforming everyday materials into the dazzling stuff of dreams, Hall and the other matched the magic of nature, stirred the scientific imagination and open the way to the development of new technologies and new industries. Among other things, the development of synthetic diamonds has made available diamond cutting, grinding and shaping tools for scores of applications. these include drilling for oil in the most inhospitable environments and preparing slab of granite to serve as kitchen countertops. Hall was born in Ogden, Utah on this day.
October 20, 1925 - Art Buchwald - Was an American humorist best known for his long-running column that he wrote in The Washington Post, which in turn was carried as a syndicated column in many other newspapers. His column focused on political satire and commentary. He received the Pulitzer Prize for Outstanding Commentary in 1982 and in 1986 was elected to the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters.
October 20, 1931 - Mickey Mantle - Was an American baseball player who was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1974. He played his entire 18-year major-league professional career for the New York Yankees, winning 3 American League MVP titles and playing for 16 All-Star teams. Mantle played on 12 pennant winners and 7 World Championship clubs. He still holds the records for most World Series home runs (18), RBIs (40), runs (42), walks (43), extra-base hits (26), and total bases (123).Mickey Mantle was born in Spavinaw, Oklahoma on this day.
October 20, 1936 - Bobby Seale - Activist
October 20, 1950 - Tom Petty - Singer
October 20, 1956 - Danny Boyle - Director - Boyle won the 2009 Oscar for best Director for his work on the acclaimed film "Slumdog Millionaire." His other films include "Trainspotting," "28 Days Later" and "The Beach." Upcoming projects for Boyle include the science fiction movie "Solomon Grundy" and a second sequel to "28 Days Later" entitled "28 Months Later." Boyle was born in Lancashire, England, on this day.
October 20, 1971 - Snoop Dogg - Rapper, record producer and actor- Snoop is best known as an MC in the West Coast hip hop scene, and for being one of producer Dr. Dre's most notable protégés. He popularized the catch phrase suffix "-izzle," a slang term developed by Oakland, California rap group 3X Krazy in the mid-1990s and used by Bay Area rapper E-40. His mother nicknamed him "Snoopy" as a child because of the way he dressed and because of his love of the cartoon Peanuts. When he began recording, he took the stage name Snoop Doggy Dogg. He shortened his name to Snoop Dogg in 1998 when he left his original record label Death Row Records and signed with No Limit Records. Snoop Dogg Dogg rose to prominence in the 1990s with hit singles such as "Who Am I (What's My Name)?" "Gin and Juice" and "Drop It Like It's Hot." He also hosted his own comedy series "Doggy Fizzle Televizzle" and appeared in such films such as "Starsky & Hutch," "Old School" and "Soul Plane." In 2008 he appeared in episodes of the long-running soap "One Life To Live." In December 2007, his reality show Snoop Dogg's Father Hood premiered on the E! channel. Snoop Dogg was Born Cordozar Calvin Broadus Jr. in Long Beach, California on this day.
October 21, 1833 - Alfred Nobel - Chemist
October 21, 1945 - Everett McGill - Actor - McGill is probably best remembered for his role as Ed Hurley in the '90s cult series "Twin Peaks" and known for memorable roles in films such as "Heartbreak Ridge" and "Silver Bullet." McGill also has starred in other movies including "Quest for Fire," "Field of Honor," and played 007's nemesis in 1989's "Licence to Kill." McGill was born in Miami, Florida, on this day.
October 21, 1952 - Patti Regan - President’s daughter
October 21, 1956 - Carrie Fisher - Actress and author - Fisher is well known throughout the world as Princess Leia Organa from the original "Star Wars" trilogy, but also wrote the book "Postcards from the Edge," which was made into a feature film. Born with show business in her blood , she is the daughter of singer Eddie Fisher and actress Debbie Reynolds as well as the half-sister of actress Joely Fisher. Recently she appeared on episodes of "Weeds" and "30 Rock," as well as in the black comedy "Suffering Man's Charity." Fisher was born in Beverly Hills, California on this day.
October 21, 1980 - Kim Kardashian - American Socialite, Apparel Retailer, Stylist, and television personality best known for her adventurous social life sex tape, and her appearances on reality show "Keeping Up with the Kardashians." Kardashian will as the for World Wrestling Entertainment's premier event on March 30, 2008 in Orlando, FL.Los Angeles California.
October 22, 1811 - Franz Liszt - Composer
October 22, 1905 - Constance Bennett - Actress
October 22, 1917 - Margot Fontaine - Dancer
October 22, 1922 - Timothy Leary - Professor
October 22, 1937 - Tommy Lasorda - Sports Figure
October 22, 1938 - Christopher Lloyd
October 22, 1942 - Annette Funicello - Actress, Mouseketeer
October 22, 1943 -  Catherine Deneuve -Actress and famous International Beauty - Is a two-time Cesar Award-winning, BAFTA Award-nominated and Academy Award-nominated French actress. Deneuve received a 1992 Oscar nomination for hr performance in the film "Indochine." Her other notable films include "the Hunger," "Dancer In The Dark" and "Belle Du Jour." Deneuve is the daughter of actor Maurice Dorleac and actress renee Deneuve and the mother of actress Chiara Mastroianni and actor Christian Vadim.She has made her reputation playing a series of beautiful ice maidens for various directors, including Luis Buñuel and Roman Polanski. Born  Catherine Fabienne Dorléac in Paris, France on this day.
October 22, 1952 - Pattie Davis - Celebrity
October 22, 1952 - Jeff Goldblum - Actor
October 22, 1992 - Sofia Vassilieva - Actress - Vassilieva is best known as Patricia Arquette's TV daughter, Ariel Dubois, a role she has played on the hit series "Medium" since 2004. Vassilieva also starred opposite Cameron Diaz and Abigail Breslin in the recent film drama "My Sister's Keeper." One of her earlier roles was portraying Cindy Brady in the 2002 TV movie "The Brady Bunch in the White House." Vassilieva was born in Minneapolis on this day.


Diplomaitic and urbane
Romantic and charming
Easygoing and sociable
Idealistic and peaceable

On the dark side....

Indecisive and changeable
Gullible and easily infuenced
Flirtatious and self-indulgent




  • The finer things in life
  • Sharing
  • conviviality
  • Gentleness
  • Violence
  • Injustice
  • Brutishness
  • Being a slave to fashion

The color of choice for Libra is Blue and Indigo Blue



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