Famous People with the Sun In Pisces


(FEB. 19-MARCH 20)

February 19, 1473 -  Nicolaus Copernicus - was the first astronomer to formulate a scientifically based heliocentric cosmology that displaced the Earth from the center of the universe. His epochal book, De revolutionibus orbium coelestium (On the Revolutions of the Celestial Spheres), is often regarded as the starting point of modern astronomy and the defining epiphany that began the Scientific Revolution. Nicolaus Copernicus was born  in a house on St. Anne's Street (now Copernicus Street) in the city of Toruń (Thorn) on this day.
February 19, 1893 - Cedric Hardwicke - English Actor
February 19, 1911 - Merle Oberon - Actress
February 19, 1924 - Lee Marvin - Was an American film actor. Known for his gravelly voice, white hair and 6'2" stature, Marvin at first did supporting roles, mostly villains, soldiers, and other hard-boiled characters, but after winning a Best Actor Oscar for his dual roles in Cat Ballou, he landed more heroic and sympathetic leading roles. Marvin was born in New York City, New York on this day.
February 19, 1948 - Tony Iommi
February 19, 1955 - Jeff Daniels - Actor and musician - Jeff is probably best remembered for his role in the slapstick comedy "Dumb & Dumber" and for the epic drama "Gettysburg." His other films include "Arachnophobia," "Gods and Generals" and "Terms of Endearment." Daniels won an Obie award for his performance in the stage production of "Johnny Got His Gun." He currently supports the Purple Rose Theater group in Chelsea, Mich., and writes music and performs his own compositions. Daniels was born in Athens, Ga., on this day.
February 19, 1955 - Margaux Hemingway - Actress
February 19, 1960 - Prince Andrew - British Royalty
February 19, 1966 - Justine Bateman - Actress
February 19, 1985 - Haylie Duff - Actress sister of Hilary Duff
February 20, 1924 - Gloria Vanderbilt
February 20, 1927 - Roy Cohn - Was an American lawyer who came to prominence during the investigations by Senator Joseph McCarthy into alleged Communists in the U.S. government, especially during the Army-McCarthy Hearings. He was also a key figure of prosecution in the trial of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. A highly controversial figure, he wielded tremendous political power at times. Born in New York City on this day.
February 20, 1927 - Sidney Poitier - Actor
February 20, 1941 - Buffy Sainte-Marie - Is an Academy Award-winning Canadian First Nations musician, composer, visual artist, folk music, rock music, country music, electronic music pacifist educator and social activist. Born Beverly Sainte-Marie was born on the Piapot Cree reserve in the Qu'Appelle valley, Saskatchewan, Canada on this day.
February 20, 1946 - Sandy Duncan - Actress
February 20, 1949 - Ivana Trump - Celebrity
February 20, 1949 - Jennifer O'Neill - Actress
February 20, 1954 - Patty (Patricia) Hearst - Celebrity
February 20, 1964 - French Stewart - Actor "Harry Solomon from 3rd Rock From the Sun"
February 20, 1964 - Cindy Crawford - Model and actress - Crawford has been a magazine cover girl since the 1980's and she has also hosted the MTV series "House Of Style" from 1989-1995. She starred in the 1995 flop "Fair Game" and the 2001 film "The Simian Line." Crawford was briefly married to actor Richard Gere from 1991-95. Crawford was born in DeKalb, Ill., on this day.
February 21, 1893 - Andes Torres Segovia
February 21, 1903 - Anais Nin - Writer
February 21, 1907 - W.H. Auden - Writer
February 21, 1921 - Sam Peckinpah - Director
February 21, 1946 - Tyne Daly - Actress - Daly made her mark in television portraying Detective Lacey on the hit 80's series "Cagney & Lacey." Daly also co-stared on the series "Judging Amy" from 1999-2005. Recently, she's guest-starred on shows such as "Burn Notice," "Grey's Anatomy" and "Georgia O'Keefe." an accomplished stage actress, Daly won a 1989 Tony award for her p0erformance in the musical "Gypsy." Daly was born in Madison, Wis., on this day.
February 21, 1946 - Alan Rickman - Actor
February 21, 1955 - Kelsey Grammer - Actor - Grammer won four Emmys as Dr. Frasier Crane on the hit series "Frasier" from 1993-2004. he won another Emmy in 2001 for his voiceover work as sideshow bob on "The Simpsons." Grammer first portrayed Frasier from 1984-1993 on the classic series "Cheers." His films include "Toy Story 2," "A Christmas Carol" and most recently, "An American Carol" as Gen. George Patton. Grammer was born in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Island, on this day.
February 21, 1979 - Jennifer Love Hewitt -  Actress Stars in TV Series "Ghost Whisper"
February 22, 1732 - George Washington
February 22, 1788 - A. Schopenhauer - Writer
February 22, 1857 - Sir. R. B. Powell - Military
February 22, 1892 - Edna St. Vincent Millay
February 22, 1917 - Sybil Leek - Was an English witch, astrologer, psychic, and occult author. She wrote more than 60 books on occult and esoteric subjects. She was dubbed "Britainís most famous witch" by the BBC. Sybil Leek was born in Normacot Staffordshire on this day.
February 22, 1932 - Ted Kennedy - Edward Kennedy - Edward Moore "Ted" Kennedy - Senator - is the senior United States Senator from Massachusetts and a member of the Democratic Party. In office since November 1962, Kennedy is the second most senior member of the Senate, after President pro tempore of the United States Senate Robert Byrd of West Virginia. The most prominent living member of the Kennedy family, he is the youngest brother of the former President John F. Kennedy and the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy, and the father of Congressman Patrick J. Kennedy. Kennedy is also the sole surviving son of Joseph Kennedy and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, and one of three of their surviving children (along with Eunice Kennedy Shriver and Jean Kennedy Smith). Ted Kennedy is a staunch advocate of liberal principles, and is one of the most influential and enduring icons of his party. Kennedy was born in Boston, Massachusetts on this day.
February 22, 1968 - Jeri Ryan - Actress "played 7 of Nine on Star Trek Voyager"
February 22, 1975 - Drew Barrymore - Actress
February 23, 1926 - Shelly Berman - Comedian
February 23, 1938 - Sylvia Chase - News Reporter
February 23, 1939 - Peter Fonda - Actor
February 23, 1970 - Niecy Nash - Actress - Nash is probably most easily recognized as the character recently Raineesha Williams on the irreverent hit comedy series "Reno 911!" The busy performer also hosts the reality series "Clean House" and voices Mrs. Boots in the cartoon "Slacker Cats." Nash has appeared in guest spots on other TV shows such as "Monk," "That's So Raven" and "The Bernie Mac Show." Nash was born Carol Ensley in Palmdale, California on this day.
February 23, 1994 - Dakota Fanning - Actress born  in Conyers, Ga.  
February 24, 1836 - Winslow Homer
February 24, 1943 - George Harrison - Beatle
February 24, 1947 - Edward James Olmos
February 24, 1966 - Billy Zane - Actor - Zane's most memorable performance was as Caledon Hockley, the fiance of Kate Winslet's character in the 1997 blockbuster "Titanic." His other films include "Dead Calm," "The Phantom" and "Tales from The Crypt Presents: Demon Knight." Zane also portrayed John Justice Wheeler on the '90s cult TV series "Twin Peaks." He recently joined the cast of the TV sitcom "Samantha Who?" for the 2009 season. Zane was born in Chicago on this day.
February 25, 1841 - Pierre Renoir - Artist
February 25, 1873 -  Enrico Caruso
February 25, 1888 - John F. Dulles - Sec. of State
February 25, 1894 - Shri Baba Meher - Guru
February 25, 1904 - Adelle Davis - Nutritionist
February 25, 1913 - Jim Backus - Comedian/ Actor Voice over
February 25, 1935 - Sally Jessy Raphael - TV Personality born in Easton, PA
February 25, 1971 - Sean Astin
February 25, 1975 - Chelsea Joy Handler - Actress, Author, Comedian TV show Chelsea Lately born Livingston, New Jersey.
February 26 1564 - Christopher Marlowe - was an English dramatist, poet and translator of the Elizabethan era. The foremost Elizabethan tragedian next to William Shakespeare, he is known for his blank verse, his overreaching protagonists, and his own mysterious and untimely death.
February 26, 1802 - Victor Hugo
February 26, 1808 - H. Daumier - Artist
February 26, 1842 - Cam. Flammarion - Astronomer
February 26, 1846 - Buffalo Bill Cody - Historical Figure
February 26, 1916 - Jackie Gleason - Comedian
February 26, 1928 - Fats Domino - Rock and Roll Singer
February 26, 1932 - Johnny Cash - Country Singer
February 26, 1933 - Godfrey Cambridge
February 26, 1953 - Michael Bolton - Singer born New Haven, Conn
February 26, 1963 - Chase Masterson - Actress - Played the part of Bajoran Leeta on the sci-fi TV series "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine." She also portrayed Ivy Lief on the long-running soap opera "General Hospital." Masterson has also made a guest appearances on such as "Sliders" and "ER" and produced the film "Yesterday Was a Lie" in 2008. Chase Masterson was born Christianne Carafano in Colorado Springs, Colorado on this day.'
February 26, 1972 - Erykah Badu
February 27, 1847 - Ellen Terry
February 27, 1861 - Rudolph Steiner - Occultist
February 27, 1902 -John Steinbeck
February 27, 1905 - Franchot Tone
February 27, 1910 - Joan Bennett - Actress
February 27, 1912 - Lawrence Durrell
February 27, 1913 - Irwin Shaw
February 27, 1930 - Joanne Woodward - Actress - Woodward won a 1957 Academy Award for her riveting performance in "The Three Faces of Eve" as well as winning an Emmy award in 1978 for the TV movie "See how She Runs" and another Emmy in 1985 for "Do You Remember Love." Woodward is the widow of Paul Newman, to whom she was married for 50 years until his death in 2008. Woodward was born in Thomasville, Ga., on this day.
February 27, 1932 - Elizabeth Taylor - Actress
February 27, 1934 - Ralph Nader - Activist
February 27, 1940 - Howard Hesseman "Dr. Johnny Fever from WKRP in Cincinnati" - Actor
February 27, 1962 - Adam Baldwin - Actor born in Chicago
February 27, 1980 - Chelsea Clinton - President's Daughter
February 28, 1473 - Nicolaus Copernicus - Astronomer
February 28, 1890 - Vaslav Nijinsky - Dancer
February 28, 1894 - Ben Hecht
February 28, 1901 - Linus Pauling - Scientist
February 28, 1906 - Bugsy Siegal - Criminal
February 28, 1939 -Tommy Tune
February 28, 1940 - Mario Andretti - Racing legend born in Montona d'Istria, Italy
February 28, 1948 - Bernadette Peters - Singer/ Actress Comedian
February 28, 1969 - Robert Sean Leonard - Actor - Leonard currently stars as Dr. James Wilson on the hit series "House." He's appeared in films such as "dead Poets Society," "The Age of Innocence" and "Driven," and won a 2001 Tony award for his performance in the stage production of "The Invention of Love." Leonard co-founded the Malaparte theater company with several fellow actors and is married to equestrian Gabriella Salick. Leonard was born in Ridgewood, N.J., on this day.
February 29, 1972 - Antonio Sabato Jr. - Actor born in Rome, Italy.
March 1, 1810 - Frederic Chopin
March 1, 1904 - Glenn Miller
March 1, 1927 - Harry Belafonte - Singer
March 1, 1935 - Robert Conrad - Actor
March 1, 1945 - Roger Daltrey - Musician
March 1, 1947 - Alan Thicke - Actor -Comedian and songwriter - Thicke most famous acting credit came as Jason Seaver on the long-running series "Growing Pains." Thicke also hosted the late night talk show "Thicke of the Night" and the game show "Animal Crack-Ups." His other achievements include writing the theme songs for the shows "Diff' rent Strokes" and "The Facts of Life" as well as penning the books "How to Raise Kids Who Won't Hate You" and "How Men Have Babies: The Pregnant Father's Survival Guide." Thicke was born in Ontario, Canada, on this day.
March 1, 1954 - Ron Howard - Director
March 1, 1974 - Mark-Paul Gosselaar - Actor born in Panorama City, Calif.
March 2, 1880 - Ivar Kruegar - Celebrity
March 2, 1900 - Kurt Weill
March 2, 1904 - Dr. Suess - Children's Writer
March 2, 1919 - Jennifer Jones - American actress
March 2, 1931 - Mikail Gorbachev - Political Leader USSR
March 2, 1931 - Tom Wolfe - Writer
March 2, 1944 - Lou Reed
March 2, 1952 - Loraine Newman - Comedienne
March 2, 1962 - Jon Bon Jovi - Musician
March 2, 1968 - Daniel Craig - Actor - Craig currently reigns supreme as James Bond, with the titles "Casino Royal" and "Quantum Of Solace" under his belt. His other films include "Munich," "The Golden Compass" and "The Invasion." After establishing himself in British TV and films, Craig gained international stardom in "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider." Craig's most recent work was starring in the war drama "Defiance." Craig was born in Chester, England, on this day.
March 3, 1903 - Alexander Graham Bell - Inventor of the Telegraph and Telephone
March 3, 1911 - Jean Harlow - Actress
March 3, 1958 - Miranda Richardson
March 3, 1974 - Kevin Connolly - Actor born in Long Island, N.Y.
March 3, 1974 - David Faustino - Actor "Bud Bundy" born in Los Angeles, Ca.
March 3, 1982 - Jessica Biel - Actress - Biel began her career starring on the WB network series "7th Heaven" in 1996. She made her film debut starring opposite  Peter Fonda in "Ulee's Gold" in 1997 and went on to star in such films as "Blade: Trinity," "Stealth" and "The Illusionist." She appeared in the 2007 comedy "I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry" and has several film projects in the works. Esquire magazine voted her the "Sexiest Woman Alive" in 2005. Biel was born in Ely, Minn., on this day.
March 4, 1934 - Jane Goodall - Anthropologist
March 4, 1940 - Tamara Horrocks - Actress - Film credits "M.A.S.H." (1970) played Capt. Bridget 'Knocko' McCarthy, "Andy Warhol's Bad" (1977) , "Pontica Moon" (1994).  Born in Idaho, USA on this day.
March 4, 1954 - Catherine O'Hara - Actress - O'Hara is probably best known for portraying Mrs. McCallister, the frazzled mom, in the 1990 comedy "Home Alone." She's also starred in "Beetlejuice," "The Nightmare Before Christmas" and "A Mighty Wind." O'Hara was a member of the famed Second City comedy troupe and a cast member of the "SCTV" series, for which she received two Emmy awards for writing contributions in 1982 and 1983. O'Hara was born in Toronto, Canada on this day.
March 4, 1968 - Pasty Kensit - Actress born in London, England.
March 4, 1969 - Chastity Bono - Celebrity lesbian Daughter of Sonny and Cher
March 5, 1908 - Rex Harrison - Actor
March 5, 1974 - Eva Mendes - Actress - Mendes has become a much sought after leading lady in Hollywood, appearing in films such as "Hitch," "Ghost Rider" and "The Spirit." Her earliest work was appearing in the Will Smith video for the single "Miami" and the Pet Shop Boys video for "Se a Vida E" in 1996. After making her film debut in the forgettable "Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror," Mendes got her biggest break in 2001 when she starred opposite Denzel Washington in the critically acclaimed film "Training Day." Mendes was born in Miami, California on this day.
March 5, 1975 - Jolene Blalock - Actress - Plays Sub-Commander T'pol  in the Sci-Fi series "Star Trek: Enterprise" Blalock was born in San Diego, California.
March 5 , 1975 - Niki Taylor
March 6, 1475 - Michelangelo Buonarroti
March 6, 1806 - Elizabeth B. Browning - Poetess
March 6, 1885 - Ring Lardner - Ringgold Wilmer Lardner - Was an American sports columnist and short story writer best known for his satirical takes on the sports world, marriage, and the theatre. Born in Niles, Michigan on this day.
March 6, 1923 - Ed McMahon - TV Host of the 'Tonight Show"
March 6, 1927 - Leroy Goroen Cooper - Astronaut
March 6, 1926 - Alan Greenspan - Economist
March 6, 1936 - Marion Barry - Politician
March 6, 1946 - David Gilmour 
March 6, 1947 - Rob Reiner - Actor/ Director played Mike 'Meathead" Stivic of All in the Family born New York City
March 6, 1959 - Tom Arnold - Actor - Arnold is probably best known for his short-lived marriage to Roseanne Barr from 1990-94. However, Arnold has his own accomplishments to boost of including the films "True Lies," "MacHale's Navy" and Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star." He's hosted "The Best Damn Sports Show Period," as well as as episode of "The Biggest Redneck Wedding Ever." Arnold was born in Ottumwa, Iowa, on this day.
March 7, 1849 - Luther Burbank - Horticulturist
March 7, 1872 - Piet Mondrian - Artist
March 7, 1875 - Maurice Ravel - Composer
March 7, 1908 - Anna Magnani - was an Academy Award-winning Italian stage and film actress. Magnani won the Academy Award for her lusty portrayal of a Sicilian widow in The Rose Tattoo. Born in Rome, Italy on this day.
March 7, 1930 - A. Armstrong-Jones - Photographer
March 7, 1940 - Daniel Travanti - Actor
March 7, 1942 - Tammy Faye Bakker - Religious Figure
March 7, 1956 - Bryan Cranston - Actor - Cranston had his first big break appearing on the soap opera "Loving" in the mid-1980s. Cranston is probably most widely known as Hal on the long-running TV series "Malcolm in the Middle." Cranston won an Emmy award in his current role on the gritty drama "Breaking Bad" and has had recurring roles on "Seinfeld" and "The King Of Queens." Cranston was born in California's San Fernando Valley on this day.  
March 7, 1971 - Rachel Weiisz - Actress - Starred in "The Mummy" (1999) & "The Mummy Returns" (2001)  movies as Evelyn Carnahan O'Connell and Princess Nefertiri. Weiisz was born in England on this day.
March 7, 1980 - Laura Prepon - Actress played Dona on "That 70s Show" born in Watchung, N.J.
March 8, 1841 - Oliver W. Holmes - Writer
March 8, 1922 - Cyd Charisse - Dancer -was an American dancer and actress.  Charisse was born as Tula Ellice Finklea in Amarillo, Texas on this day.
March 8, 1943 - Lynn Redgrave - Actress - Redgrave won a 1967 Golden Globe award for her performance in the film "Georgy Girl." Redgrave won another Golden Globe in 1999 for her role in the movie "Gods and Monsters." Recently, she performed onstage in the play "Nightingale" and appeared on an episode of "Desperate Housewives." She is the sister of Vanessa Redgrave, and was made an Officer of the British Empire in 2001. Redgrave was born in London, England, on this day.
March 8, 1959 - Aidan Quinn
March 9, 1934 - Yuri Gargarin - Astronaut
March 9, 1936 - Glenda Jackson - Actress
March 9, 1937 - Bernard Laudry
March 9, 1940 - Raul Julia - Actor
March 9, 1943 - Bobby Fischer - Chess Champ
March 9, 1964 - Juliette Binoche - Actress - Juliette is the daughter of director and actor Jean-Marie Binoche. Binoche gained international fame when she won a 1996 Academy Award for her performance in the acclaimed film "The English Patient." She also appeared in such critical successes as "The Unbearable Lightness of Being," "Chocolate" and "Mary." Binoche is currently working on several film projects in 2009 in her native France. Binoche was born in Paris, France, in this day
March 9, 1958 - Mary Murphy - Is a ballroom dance champion, accredited dance judge, and a regular judge and choreographer on the FOX dance competition-reality show So You Think You Can Dance. She was born in Lancaster, Ohio in an Irish family on this day.
March 10, 1845 - Czar Alexander III - Royalty
March 10, 1887 - Joseph Pulitzer - Industrialist
March 10, 1915 - Harry Bertoia - Sculptor
March 10, 1928 - James E. Ray - Actor
March 10, 1947 - Kim Campbell
March 10, 1957 - Shannon Tweed - Canadian Actress and model - One of the most successful actresses of mainstream erotica, she is identified with the genre of the erotic thriller. After the Canadian wish-fulfillment TV series Thrill of a Lifetime arranged for her to pose for Hugh Hefner's Playboy, she was chosen to be the Playmate of the Month for the November 1981 issue and eventually the Playmate of the Year for 1982. Since then, Tweed has primarily acted in TV series such as the HBO comedy 1st and Ten, the prime-time soap opera Falcon Crest and guest appearances on Frasier, as well as B movies. Tweed also appeared in an episode of The Dukes of Hazzard in the seventh and final season. In 1985, she landed a role on Days of our Lives as Savannah Wilder. She remained with the show until 1987. Her first major theatrical film appearance was in the teen sex comedy Hot Dog... The Movie in 1984. Since then, Tweed has appeared in over 60 films, including Detroit Rock City, produced by Gene Simmons in 1999. The family members currently star in a reality television show on A&E entitled Gene Simmons Family Jewels. She occasionally acts with her younger sister, Tracy Tweed, and has also appeared in Playboy photo spreads. Tweed was born Shannon Lee Tweed in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador on this day.
March 10, 1958 - Sharon Stone- Actress  Movie Star - Stone became a superstar with her sultry performance in the 1988 hit "Basic Instinct." she went on to win an Oscar for her role in the 1996 Martin Scorsese epic "Casino" and a 2004 Emmy for her guest appearance on an episode of "The Practice." Stone also has the distinction of winning three worst-actress Razzie award for her work in the box office flops "Basic Instinct 2," "Intersection" and "The Specialist." Stone was born in Meadville, Pa, on this day.
March 10, 1962 -  Jasmine Guy - Actress/ Sitcom Star/ Singer born Boston
March 10, 1964 - Prince Edward - Royalty
March 11, 1903 - Lawrence Welk - Bandleader
March 11, 1931 - Rupert Murdoch - Media Tycoon owner of Fox TV, born in Melbourne, Australia
March 11, 1934 - Sam Donaldson - Newscaster
March 11, 1950 - Bobby McFerrin - Jazz performer - McFerrin is perhaps best recognized for his Grammy-winning 1988 hit "Don't Worry, Be Happy" and his unique style of using his voice as an instrument. He's won seven Grammys in the jazz category with singles such as "Another Night In Tunisia," "Round Midnight" and "Bothers" and performed the themes to "The Cosby Show" and the 1993 film "Son of the Pink Panther." McFerrin also appeared as himself in an episode of "Family Guy." McFerrin was born in New York City on this day.
March 12, 1821- Sir John Abbott
March 12, 1889-  Vaslav Nijinsky
March 12, 1922 - Jack Kerouac - Writer
March 12, 1923 - Wally Schirra - Astronaut
March 12, 1928 - Edward Albee
March 12, 1932 - Andrew Young - Ambassor
March 12, 1941 - Barbara Feldon - Actress played "Agent 99 on Get Smart" sitcom born in Bethel Park, Pa. on
March 12, 1946 - Liza Minnelli - Singer, Performer - Minnelli won a 1972 Oscar for her memorable performance as Sally Bowles in the classic film "Cabaret." She won Tony awards for her appearances in "Flora the Red Menace" and "the Act," as well as earning an Emmy for her 1973 special "Liza with a Z." Her most memorable films include "Arthur," New York, New York" and "Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon." Minnelli is the daughter of Judy Garland and director Vincente Minnelli. Minnelli was born in Hollywood, California on this day.
March 12, 1948 - James Taylor - Singer
March 12, 1960 - Courtney B. Vance
March 13, 1855 - Percival Lowell - Astronomer
March 13, 1956 - Danna Delaney
March 13, 1960 - Adam Clayton - Musician bassist for rock group U2, born in Chinnor, England.
March 13, 1963 - Vance Johnson - Football Player
March 13, 1984 - Rachael Bella - actress - Bella is probably most easily recognized for her performance in the 2002 horror film "The Ring." she's also appeared in movies such as "The Crucible," :"American Gun" and "Jimmy And Judy." Her television work includes guest spots o "ER," "The Practice" and "Boston Public" as well the reality series "So You Think You Can Dance." Bella is married to actor Edward Furlong. Bella was born in Vermillion, South Dakota on this day.
March 14, 1879 - Albert Einstein - Scientist founder of the Atomic Atom
March 14, 1933 - Michael Caine - Actor
March 14, 1933 - Quincy Jones - Music Composer born in Chicago.
March 14, 1933 - Michael Caine
March 14, 1946 - Tim Rossovich - Former NFL player and actor - Rossovich was an All-Pro linebacker playing for the Eagles, Chargers and Oilers in the '60s and '70s before becoming a successful character actor. He's appeared in films such as "The Main Event," "Night Shift" and "The Long Riders" and on the small screen in classic series such as "Magnum P.I.," "Charlie's Angels" and "Knight Riders." Rossovich was born in Palo Alto, California, on this day.
March 14, 1947 - Billy Crystal - Comedian/ Actor.
March 15, 1475 - Michaelangelo - Artist
March 15, 1893 - Louis Berman - Endocrinologist
March 15, 1933 - Ruth Bader Ginsburg - Supreme Court
March 15, 1935 - Judd Hirsh - Actor born in New York City. Played Alex Reiger on the TV sitcom "Taxi"
March 15, 1935 - Jimmy Swaggart - Religious Figure
March 15, 1947 - Fredrico Pena - Politician
March 15, 1983 - Sean Biggerstaff - Actor - Biggerstaff greatest achievement to date has been portraying Oliver Wood in two "Harry Potter" movies. His other films include "The Winter Guest," "Cashback" and the upcoming feature "Hippie Hippie Shake." This young thespian also performs on stage, having worked on productions of "Macbeth" and "The Girl With Red Hair." Biggerstaff was born in Glasgow Scotland, on this day.
March 16, 1912 - Pat Nixon - First Lady
March 16, 1914 - William Westmoreland - Military
March 16, 1930 - Herbie Mann - Musician
March 16, 1936 - Jerry Lewis - Comedian, Actor,  Film Director/ Producer known for his slapstick humor and his charity work
March 16, 1940 - Bernardo Bertolucci - Director - Bertolucci won Oscars for Best Director and Best Screenplay for his acclaimed 1987 film, "The Last Emperor." His other films include "Last Tango in Paris," "1900" and "Stealing Beauty." His next film is rumored to be a biopic of famed musician and murderer Carlo Gesualdo with Joseph Fiennes in the lead. Bertolucci was born in Parma, Italy, on this day.
March 16, 1950 - Kate Nelligan
March 17, 1938 - Rudolf Nureyev - Dancer
March 17, 1919 - Nat King Cole - Singer
March 17, 1938 -Rudolph Nureyev -Rudolf Khametovich Nureyev - Was a dancer, primarily known for his work in ballet. Nureyev was born on the Trans-Siberian train near Pysinky Irkutsk, Siberia, Soviet Union on this day.
March 17, 1949 - Patrick Duffy - Actor - Duffy might be best remembered for his role as Bobby Ewing on the hit 80's series "Dallas." he also found success in the '90s on the long-running comedy "Step by Step." More recently, Duffy portrayed Stephen Logan on the daytime soap opera "The Bold and the Beautiful" and has had hosted the game show "Bingo America." Duffy was born in Townsend, Montana, on this day.
March 17, 1951 - Kurt Russell - Actor
March 17, 1955 - Gary Sinise - Actor born in Blue Island, Ill. Played Lt. Dan in "Forrest Gump" and Detective MacTaylor on the television series "CSI: New York"
March 17, 1964 - Rob Lowe - Actor
March 18, 1844 - N. Rims-Korsakov - Composer
March 18, 1869 - Neville Chamberlain - Prime Minister
March 18, 1877 - Edgar Cayce
March 18, 1927 - George Plimpton - Celebrity
March 18, 1932 - John Updike - Writer
March 18, 1936 - Peter Graves - Actor
March 18, 1962 - Vanessa Williams - Singer
March 18, 1970 - Queen Latifah "Dana Elaine Owen"
March 18, 1972 - Dane Cook - Comedian and Actor born in Boston. plated in "Mystery Men" and the Dr. Seuss classic "Horton Hears a Who"
March 18, 1996 - Madeline Carroll - Youthful actress - Carroll has appeared in such films as "When a Stranger Calls," "Goldfish" and "Resident Evil: Extinction." She also made guest appearances on television shows like "Cold Case," "Lost" and "Grey's Anatomy." Her next project will be starring with martial arts star Jackie Chan in the movie "The spy Next Door." Carroll was born in Los Angeles, California, on this day.
March 19, 1821 - Sir Richard Burton - Explorer
March 19, 1848 - Wyatt Earp
March 19, 1860 - William J. Bryan - Statesman
March 19, 1891 - Earl Warren - Supreme Court
March 19, 1905 - Albert Speer - Nazi
March 19, 1933 - Philip Roth - Writer
March 19, 1936 - Usular Andress - Actress/ Bond Girl
March 19, 1947 - Glenn Close - Actress
March 19, 1955 - Bruce Willis - Actor - Willis got his first big break in 1985 when her starred along with Cybill Shepherd in the TV hit, "Moonlighting." Willis, known as "Bruno" when he performs the blues, charted at no. 5 in 1987 with the song "Respect Yourself." In 1988, Willis found his biggest film success in "Die Hard" as tough cop John McClane, a role that Willis has reprised three times, most recently in "Live free or Die Hard.." Willis was born in Idar-Oberstein, Germany, n this day.
March 19, 1964 - Jake Weber - Actor plays lead character in hit TV drama "Medium" born in London
March 20, 1828 - Henrik Ibsen
March 20, 1922 - Carl Reiner - Comedian
March 20, 1928 - Fred Rogers - Kid Show "Mister Roger's Neighborhood"
March 20, 1939 - Brain Mulroney
March 20, 1950 - William Hurt - Actor
March 20, 1957 - Spike Lee - African American Film Director
March 20, 1958 - Holly Hunter - Actress - Hunter won the Best Actress Oscar in 1993 for her performance in the Acclaimed film "The Piano." Hunter's other films include "Raising Arizona," "Broadcast News" and "Copycat." Currently, hunter stars in the well-received cable TV series show "Saving Grace." The actress has also won Emmy awards for her roles in the TV movies "Roe Vs. Wade" and "The Positively true Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom." hunter was born in Conyers, Ga., on this day.
March 20, 1963 - David Thewlis - Actor played "Remus Lupin" in the "Harry Potter" films. Born in Blackpool, England on this day.

Imaginative and sensitive
Compassionate and kind
Selfless and unworldly
Intuitive and sympathetic

On the dark side....

Escapist and idealistic
Secretive and vague
Weak-willed and easily lead




  • Solitude to dream in
  • Mystery in all its guises
  • Anything discarded to stay discarded
  • The ridiculous
  • like to get 'lost'
  • the obvious
  • being criticized
  • feeling all at sea about something
  • know-it-alls
  • pedantry

The color of choice for Pisces is Soft Seagreen and Lavender



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