Famous People with the Sun In Sagittarius


(NOV. 22-DEC.21)

November 22, 1819 - George Eliot (pen name) - Mary Ann (Marian) Evans - English novelist
November 22,1890 - Charles de Gaulle - French General and statesman
November 22, 1869 - Andre Gide - Writer
November 22, 1899 - Hoagy Carmichael - American composer, pianist
November 22, 1912 - Doris Duke - American heiress and philanthropist.
November 22, 1921 - Rodney Dangerfield - Comedian
November 22, 1924 - Geraldyne Page - Actress
November 22, 1932 - Robert Vaughn - Actor - Vaughn made his mark in television as spy Napoleon Solo in the 1960s hit "the Man from U.N.C.L.E." He starred in movie blockbusters such as "The Magnificent Seven," "Bullitt" and "Superman III," as well as reprising Napoleon Solo in the 1983 TV movie "The Return of The Man From U.N.C.L.E." and starring in the final season of "the A-Team." More recently, Vaughn starred in the hit British series "Hustle" from 2004-07. Vaughn was born in New York on this day.
November 22, 1943 - Billie Jean King - Retired Tennis player
November 22, 1958 - Jamie Lee Curtis - Actress
November 22, 1984 - Scarlett Johansson - Actress
November 23, 1887 - Boris Karloff - English Actor his portrayal of Frankenstein's monster
November 23, 1888 - Harpo Marx - one of the Marx Brothers, a group of Vaudeville and Broadway theatre entertainers
November 23, 1926 - Sri Athya Sai Baba - Guru
November 23, 1927 - Otis Chandler - Publisher
November 23, 1954 - Bruce Hornsby
November 23, 1967 - Salli Richardson-Whitfield - Actress
November 23, 1992 - Miley Ray Cyrus - Teen star, Actress, Singer, song Writer. Better known by her stage name Miley Cyrus, and is known for starring as Miley Stewart/"Hannah Montana" in the television series Hannah Montana on the Disney Channel. Cyrus became an overnight sensation after Hannah Montana debuted in March 2006. Following the success of the show, in October 2006, a soundtrack CD was released in which she sang eight songs from the show. In December 2007, she was ranked #17 in the list of Forbes Top twenty earners under the age of 25 with an annual earning of US$3.5 million. As of December 2007, she is working on a movie spin-off of Hannah Montana, titled Hannah Montana: The Movie which is due to be released on May 1, 2009. Born Destiny Hope Cyrus  in Nashville Tennessee on this day.
November 23, 1979 - Jonathan Sadowski - Actor - Sadowski has appeared in such films as "Friday the 13th," "the Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard" and "Live Free or Die Hard." He appeared in a recurring role on "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles' and has guess-starred on series such as "House," "Chuck" and "The Division." He next will star in the upcoming sci-fi comedy film "Ghost/ Aliens." Jonathan was born in Chicago on this day.
November 24, 1864 - Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec - a French painter, Artist, printmaker, draftsman, and illustrator
November 24, 1888 - Dale Carnegie - American writer and lecturer 
November 24, 1897 - Lucky Luciano - Gangster
November 24, 1917 - Howard Duff - Actor
November 24, 1921 - John Lindsay - Mayor
November 24, 1925 - William F. Buckley - American Author - Publisher
November 24, 1929 - George Moscone - Politician
November 24, 1942 - Billy Connolly - Comedian / Actor
November 24, 1942 - Dwight Schultz - Actor - Will always be remembered as zany pilot "Howling Mad" Murdock from the hit 1980sTV series "the a-Team." He also played Reginald Barclay on the series "Stat Trek: Voyager" on the series "Stat Trek: the Next Generation" as well in the film "Star Trek" First Contact." Other films for Schultz include "Fat Man and Little boy" and "Alone In The Dark." More recently the actor loaned his voice talents to dozens of video games. Schultz was born in Baltimore on this day.
November 24, 1977 - Colin Hanks - Actor - Hanks rose to prominence as Alex Whitman on the science fiction series "Roswell" from 1999-2001. He's appeared in films such as "orange County" and "King Kong," as well as appearing with his Oscar-winning father, Tom Hanks, in the 2008 film "the Great Buck Howard." His most recent work includes recurring roles on the series "Numb3rs" and "Mad Men." Hanks was born in Sacramento, California on this day.
November 25, 1835 - Andrew Carnegie - Industrialist
November 25, 1844 - Carl Benz - Engineer
November 25, 1846 - Carry Nation - a member of the temperance movement
November 25, 1881 - Pope John XXIII - born Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli
November 25, 1914 - Joe DiMaggio - Major League Baseball center fielder
November 25, 1947 - John Larroquette - Actor - Starred in the sitcom "Night Court." and the comedy film "Blind Date."
November 25, 1947 - Tracey Walter - Actor - Walter is an acting veteran with memorable roles in films such as "Repo Man," "The Hunter" and "City Slickers." He's had recurring roles on TV shows like "Reno 911!" and "Nash Bridges," as well as guest-starred on recent episodes of "Cold Case" and "Monk." With a resume spanning over 35 years, Walter has also appeared on such classic series as "Charlie's Angels" and " Starsky & Hutch." Walter was born in Jersey City, N.J., on this day.
November 25, 1960 - John F. Kennedy Jr. - President's son
November 25, 1960 - Amy Grant - Singer
November 25, 1968 - Jill Hennessey - Actress - Hennessey struck TV gold twice; first as Claire Kincaid on "Law & Order" from 1993-1996, then as Jordan Cavanaugh on the hit series "Crossing Jordan" from 2001-2007. Her film include "Wild Hogs," "exit Wounds" and "Chutney Popcorn." an avid guitar player, one of Hennessey's early roles was on Broadway in "Buddy - The Buddy holly Story." Hennessey was born in Edmonton, Alberta, on this day.
November 25, 1971 - Christina Applegate - Actress/Comedian - Played Kelly Bundy on the comedy sitcom series "Married with Children."
November 26, 1909 - Eugene Ionesco
November 26, 1912 - Eric Sevareid - a CBS news journalist
November 26, 1922 - Charles M. Schulz - American cartoonist best known worldwide for his Peanuts comic strip.
November 26, 1931 - Robert Goulet - Singer/ Actor
November 26, 1938 - Rich Little - Entertainer
November 26, 1939 - Tina Turner - Singer - Turner rose to fame in the late 60's and 70's with the Ike and Tina Turner Revue, which churned out hits such as "Proud Mary" and "A Fool in Love." After a rocky marriage with Ike ended in 1978, Turner went solo and found success in the '80s with the hit albums "Private dancer" and "Break Every Rule." she has won seven Grammy awards and is a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Turner recently released the "Tina!: Her Greatest Hits" and embarked upon the Tina: Live In Concert tour. Turner was born in Nutbush, Tennessee on this day.
November 26, 1973 - Kristin Bauer - Actress - Bauer currently stars as Pam on the vampire series "True Blood." She's guest-starred on many TV series including "Desperate Housewives." "CSI" and "Seinfeld." On the big screen, Bauer has appeared in such films as "50 First Dates," "Dancing at the Blue Iguana" and "Glory Daze." Bauer also provided the voice of Mera in the animated series "Justice League." Bauer was born in Racine, Wis.< on this day.
November 27, 1503 - Agnolo di Cosimi - Artist
November 27, 1940 - Bruce Lee - Martial Arts
November 27, 1942 - Jimi Hendrix - Musician Guitarist
November 27, 1953 - Curtis Armstrong - Actor
November 27, 1976 - Brooke Langton - Actress - Langton recently starred in the short-lived series "Life" and had a recurring role on "Friday Night Lights." She starred as Samantha on the '90s series "Melrose Place" and went on to star in the TV spinoff of the movie "The Net." On the big screen, her film credits include "Primeval," "The Replacements" and "Kiss The Bride." Langton was born in Arizona, on this day.
November 27, 1976 - Jaleel White - Actor - White made waves as ubernerd Steve Urkel on the hit series "Family Matters" from 1989-1998. He also was the voice of a famed videogame rodent in the series "Sonic the Hedgehog," Sonic Underground" and "Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog." His film appearances include spots on "Big Fat Lair," "Dreamgirls" and he recently guest stared on "Boston Legal." Jaleel was born in Pasadena, California, on this day.
November 28, 1757 - William Blake - Artist
November 28, 1820 - Friedrich Engles - Marxist
November 28, 1829 - A. Rubenstein - Conductor
November 28,1887 - Earnst Roehm - Nazi
November 28, 1907 - Alberto Moravia - Writer
November 28, 1946 - Joe Dante - Director - Dante has directed such memorable hits as "The Howling," "Gremlins" and "Small Soldiers." He's appeared as an actor in films such as "Beverly Hills Cop III." "Innerspace" (which he also directed), and "Sleepwalkers." His latest directorial effort is "The Hole 3-D" which has been widely acclaimed for its visual creativity. Dante was born in Morristown, New Jersey, on this date.
November 28, 1959 - Judd Nelson - Actor - Nelson starred opposite Brooke Shields in the popular series "suddenly Susan" after gaining stardom as a member of the 1980s "Brat Pack" in films such as "The Breakfast Club" and "St. Elmo's Fire." His other films include "Relentless," "New Jack City" and "Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back." Recently he guest-starred on "CSI" and completed the film "A Single Woman." Judd was born in Portland, Maine on this day.
November 28, 1965 - Jon Stewart - TV Host/ Political Satirist/ Author
November 29, 1757 - William Blake - English poet, painter, and printmaker
November 29, 1832 - Louisa M. Alcott - Writer
November 29, 1952 - Jeff Fahey - Actor - Fahey recently joined the cast of  the hit series "Lost" after an illustrious acting career that includes film such as "Silverado," "Psycho III" and "Wyatt Earp." Fahey got his start in acting on the long-running soap "One Life To Live" from 1982-85. He's also appeared on such recent series as "Criminal Minds" and "Psych" and had the distinction of blowing up Crockett's Ferrari in a guest spot on "Miami Vice." Fahey was born in Olean, N.Y., on this day.
November 29, 1960 - Cathy Moriarty - Actress
November 29, 1960 - Kim Delaney - Actress - Delaney probably made her biggest splash as Detective Russell on the series "NYPD Blue." She's also starred on "CSI: Miami," "Philly," and she currently stars as Claudia on "Army Wives." Delaney's first big role was on the soap "All My Children" in the early '80s. She went on to appear in films such as "That Was Then, This Is Now" and "The Delta Force." Kim was born in Philadelphia on this date.
November 29, 1976 - Anna Faris - Is an American actress best known for her lead role as Cindy Campbell in the Scary Movie films and as April in the movie, The Hot Chick and as Shelley Darlington in "The House Bunny" (2008). Her first significant film role was in the independent production Lovers Lane (1999). Her breakout role was the horror film parody Scary Movie (2000). The 5'5" Faris is a natural blonde, but dyed her hair black for the filming of Scary Movie and Scary Movie 2 so that her character more closely resembled Neve Campbell, who played the equivalent character in Scream, one of the films that Scary Movie was parodying.
Faris gained further popularity after becoming recurring character Erica in the final season of the popular American sitcom Friends. She also was in the critically acclaimed film Lost in Translation—in which she plays an actress promoting the fictional action movie Midnight Velocity. Faris was in the film Waiting... with Ryan Reynolds and Justin Long. In 2005, she appeared again with Reynolds in Just Friends, playing a supporting role as a pop-diva singer named Samantha James. Faris's role as the motor mouthed LaShawn Malone in Brokeback Mountain (2005) brought her to the attention of a much wider audience, her character being parodied by fans of the movie on the internet. Faris starred with Uma Thurman and Luke Wilson in the feature film My Super Ex-Girlfriend, released on July 21, 2006. Born Anna Kay Faris in Baltimore, Maryland on this day.
November 30, 1667 -  Jonathan Swift - an Irish cleric, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin - He is famous for his works Gulliver's Travels, A Modest Proposal, A Journal to Stella, Drapier's Letters.
November 30, 1835 - Mark Twain (pen name) - Samuel Langhorne Clemens - an American humanist, humorist, satirist, lecturer and writer. novels Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
November 30, 1874 - Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill - Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Statesman
November 30, 1932 - Robert Guillaume - Actor
November 30, 1926 - Richard Crenna - Actor
November 30, 1929 - Dick Clark - Entertainer
November 30, 1930 - G. Gordon Liddy Celebrity
November 30, 1955 - Billy Idol - Musician
November 30, 1965 - Ben Stiller Actor/ Comedian
November 30, 1982 - Elisha Cuthbert - Actress
November 30, 1985 - Kaley Cuoco - Actress - Cuoco currently stars as Penny on the hit series "The Big Bang Theory." Cuoco portrayed Bridget on the sitcom "8 Simple Rules" and has had recent quest appearances on "Gossip Girl" and "Eureka." Her film credits include "The Hollow," "Killer Movie" and the TV miniseries "10.5." Cuoco played Maureen McCormick in the 2000 TV movie "Growing Up Brady." Cuoco was born in Camarillo, California, on this day.
December 1, 1886 -  Rex Stout - American writer
December 1, 1913 - Mary Martin - Tony Award winning American star of (mainly stage) musicals.
December 1, 1935 - Woody Allen "Allen Stewart Königsberg " - American film director, writer, actor, jazz musician, comedian and playwright.
December 1, 1939 - Lee Trevino - Sports Figure
December 1, 1935 - Woody Allen - Director, Producer, writer, and actor - Allen earned a Best Picture Oscar in 1977 for the film "Annie Hall." He also won a Best screenplay Oscar for the same film and again in 1986 for the screenplay of "Hannah and Her Sisters." Allen, born Allen Konigsberg, started as a stand-up comedian in the 1960's and got his big break when he began writing for the popular TV show "Candid Camera." Allen was born in Brooklyn, New York on this day.
December 1, 1944 - John Densmore - Drummer
December 1, 1945 - Bette Midler - Singer/ Actress
December 1, 1951 - Treat Williams - Actor - Williams was nominated for a 1996 Emmy for his performance in the TV movie "The Late Shift." He's also appeared in films such as "Once upon a Time in America," "Things t do in Denver When You're Dead" and "Deep Rising." Williams starred "Everwood" from 2002-06 and had a recurring role on the series "Brothers & Sisters." Williams was born in Rowayton, Conn., on this day.
December 1, 1960 - Carol Alt - Model
December 2, 1859 - Georges Seurat - Artist
December 2, 1915 - Randolph Hearst - Publisher
December 2, 1924 - Alexander Haig - Statesman
December 2, 1945 - Charles Watson - Criminal
December 2, 1948 - Cathy Lee Crosby - Singer
December 2, 1956 - Steven Bauer - Actor - Bauer was nominated for a Golden Globe in 1983 for his performance as Manny in Brain DePalma's crime masterpiece "Scarface." His other film credits include "Traffic," "Primal Fear" and "Thief of Hearts." Recently, Bauer has guest-starred on TV series such as "Cold Case," "American Dad" and "Mental." In the 1980's, Bauer was briefly married to actress Melanie Griffith. Bauer was born in Havana, Cuba, on this day.
December 2, 1958 - Randy Gardener - Skater
December 2, 1968 - Lucy "Alexis" Liu - Chinese American actress - starred in Ally McBeal, Kill Bill and the Charlie's Angels films
December 2, 1971 - Frank Cho - Is a Korean-American comic strip and comic book creator, writer, and illustrator, best known for his series Liberty Meadows. Cho was raised in Beltsville, Maryland hint, hint. Cho received no formal training as an artist. He got his start writing and drawing a cartoon strip called University2 for The Diamondback, the student newspaper at the University of Maryland, College Park. After graduation, Cho adapted elements of this work for use in a professionally syndicated strip, Liberty Meadows. Cho signed a fifteen-year contract with Creators Syndicate, which he later realized was unusually long and, perhaps jokingly, blamed on having a bad lawyer. Growing tired of newspaper censorship, Cho severed his contract with Creators Syndicate, and ultimately converted Liberty Meadows to a monthly publication. He works with one assistant named Mara Rose. She consults with convention comic fans and has started recoloring Liberty Meadows Sunday strips.
Cho has also drawn a wide variety of other professional material, including a new version of Shanna the She-Devil in 2005 for Marvel Comics. His Shanna series was originally meant to feature "mature" artwork including nude drawings of the heroine, but Marvel later decided to have Cho censor his already completed pages for the first five issues, and the 7-issue series did not feature nudity. However, Marvel plans to release in 2008 a hardcover collection, which will contain the uncensored artwork. Frank Cho penciled issues 14 and 15 of The New Avengers for Marvel comics. These issues include trademark Cho-isms; the character of Wolverine is depicted wearing a t-shirt that bears the logo "Beltsville", and many Liberty Meadows characters make cameo appearances. His artistic style is generally detailed and realistic, but he frequently makes use of absurd or anachronistic elements in his work, such as dinosaurs, pin-up girls, and Pogo-style anthropomorphic animals. He also enjoys breaking the fourth wall, frequently inserting himself into his work in the guise of a talking chimpanzee, and on several occasions he has drawn strips that feature his characters interacting with other popular syndicated features (for example, a character stuck in a pipe being ejected into a nearby panel apparently taken from Blondie). The Liberty Meadows denizens have found also themselves sharing their strip with Calvin and Hobbes, Li'l Abner, Hägar the Horrible, Dilbert and Cathy, among others. He was the current artist on Marvel Comics' flagship Mighty Avengers with writer Brian Bendis, though he left the book with issue #6. He's also plotter and cover artist of Dynamite Entertainment's Jungle Girl. Cho was born in Seoul, Korea but raised in Beltsville, Maryland.
December 2, 1981 - Britney Spears - An American Pop star, Singer, Dancer,  songwriter, actress and author. She has sold over 83 million records worldwide, and rose to stardom with hit songs such as "Baby One More Time," "Opps....I Did It Again" and "Toxic". After rising through the ranks on TV's "The New Mickey Mouse Club" and "Star Search." After several more hit albums, spears' erratic behavior such as shaving her head became fodder for supermarket tabloids. She is attempting a comeback with her new album "Circus." Born  Britney Jean Spears in McComb, Mississippi and raised in Kentwood, Louisiana as a Southern Baptist on this day.
December 3, 1542 - Akbar the Great - Monarch
December 3, 1875 - Maria Rilke - Poet
December 3, 1857 - Joseph Conrad - Writer
December 3, 1923 - Maria Callas - Singer
December 3, 1931 - Jaye P. Morgan - Singer  
December 3, 1939 - Terry Cole-Whittaker - Minister
December 3, 1960 - Daryl Hannah - Actress - Hannah made her first big splash....literally...as a mermaid in the 1984 comedy "Splash." She would go on to success in films such as "wall Street," "Steel Magnolias" and "Kill Bill." Hannah's film debut came in a brief appearance in the 1978 horror film "The Fury," The actress has been romantically involved with musician Jackson Browne, John F. Kennedy Jr. and actor Val Kilmer. Daryl was born in Chicago on this day.
December 3, 1960 - Julianne Moore - Actress
December 3, 1965 - Katarina Witt - Sports Figure
December 3, 1968 - Brendan Fraser - American-Canadian Actor - Fraser can easily be recognized for his starring role in the 1999 blockbuster adventure flick "The Mummy" and its two sequels. He also starred in "Looney Tunes: Back in Action," "Journey to the Center of the Earth," "Crash," "George of the Jungle" "Dudley Do-Right," and "Blast from the Past," "Bedazzle," "Monkeybone."  His first acting job was a 1988 appearance in an episode of "America's Most Wanted" and his first film was the 1991 movie "Dogfight." Fraser was born in Indianapolis on this day.
December 3, 1974 - Tyra Banks - Former model and TV reality show hostess - Best Known As: Supermodel host of America's Next Top Model - Banks is a former model who created the popular TV reality show America's Next Top Model. Banks was a top supermodel of the 1990s, when she became the first African-American model featured on the cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. Famously curvy even by supermodel standards, she was a regular on fashion magazine covers and in the Victoria's Secret catalog. Banks also dabbled in acting, with appearances in the movies Higher Learning (1995, with Jennifer Connelly) and Coyote Ugly (2000, with Piper Perabo). In the new century she shifted her focus to television. In 2003 she began producing and hosting the reality series America's Next Top Model. The show was a hit and spawned spinoffs in Germany, Holland, and many other countries. Banks also began hosting her own talk show, The Tyra Banks Show, in 2005. Banks announced her retirement from modelling the same year, saying she would focus on her television career. Born in Los Angeles, California, on this day.
December 3, 1980 - Nadine Jansen - Adult Photo Model born in Leipzig, Germany.
December 4, 1632 - Baruch Spinoza - Philosopher
December 4, 1795 - Thomas Carlyle - Scottish essayist, satirist, and historian - Writer
December 4, 1806 - Lillian Russell - an American actress and singer
December 4, 1865 - Edith Cavell - Nurse
December 4, 1866 - Wassily Kandinsky - Artist
December 4, 1892 - Francisco Franco - Dictator
December 4, 1922 - Deanna Durbin - Actress
December 4, 1949 - Jeff Bridges - Actor - Bridges received an Oscar nomination for his very first film role in 1971's "The Last Picture Show." He would go onto receive more Academy award nominations for "Thunderbolt and Lightfoot," "Starman" and "The Contender." Most recently, he appeared as Obadiah Stane in the 2008 blockbuster "Iron Man." Bridges is the son of the late acting great Lloyd Bridges and the brother of actor Beau Bridges. bridges was born in Los Angeles on this day.
December 4, 1954 - Tony Todd - Actor - Todd is possibly best known for starring in horror films such as the "Candyman" film series, "Night of  the Living Dead" and "The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." His other film credits include "Black Friday," "The Rock" and "Platoon."  Recently, Todd has guest-starred on series such as "Psych," "24" and "Chuck." He has also done extensive theater work and has performed in a Broadway production of "Aida."  n
December 4, 1964 - Marisa Tomei - Actress
December 4, 1973 - Tyra Banks - Model
December 5, 1901 - Walt Disney - Walter Elias Disney -American film producer, director, screenwriter, voice actor, animator, entrepreneur, and philanthropist.
December 5, 1902 - Strom Therman - Politician
December 5, 1922 - Benjamine Creme - Occultist
December 5, 1932 - Little Richard - Singer
December 5, 1942 - Robert Hand - Astrologer
December 5, 1951 - Morgan Brittany - Actress - Brittany may be best known as Katherine Wentworth on the hit 1980s drama "Dallas." She began her career in a 1960 episode of  "The Twilight Zone" and recently appeared in the romantic comedy "Americanizing Shelley" and on several episodes of the Billy Ray Cyrus series "Doc." She has portrayed Vivien Leigh twice on screen, first in the 1976 biopic "Gabe and Lombard" and again  in 1980's "Moviola: The Scarlett O'Hara War." Brittany was born in Los Angeles on this day.
December 5, 1976 - Amy Acker - Actress - Acker currently appears on the sci-fi series "Dollhouse." Acker rose to fame portraying Fred/ Illyria o the vampire series "Angel" from 2001-04 and then moved to a recurring role on the series "Alias." Acker has appeared in films such as "Catch Me If You Can," "fire And Ice: The Dragon Chronicles" and "Groom Lake." In 2010, Acker will star in the new TV drama "Happy Town." Acker was born in Dallas, Texas, on this date,.
December 5, 1985 - Frankie Muniz - Actor
December 6, 1887 - Lynn Fontanne - British-born actress
December 6, 1941 - Richard Speck - Criminal
December 6, 1948 - JoBeth Williams - Actress - Williams is probably best known to moviegoers as Diane Freeling in the 1982 blockbuster horror flick "Poltergeist" and its sequel, "Poltergeist II: The Other Side." she also appeared in films such as "The Big Chill," "The Day After" and "Wyatt Earp." She was nominated for an Oscar for directing the 1994 short film "On Hope." More recently, Williams has appeared on the hit series "24." Williams was born in Houston on this day.
December 6, 1955 - Steven Wright - Comedian
December 7, 1915 - Eli Wallach - Actor
December 7, 1932 - Ellen Burstyn - Actress
December 7, 1942 - Harry Chapin - Musician
December 7, 1956 - Larry Bird - Basketball Star Legend
December 7, 1966 - C. Thomas Howell- Actor - Howell became a teen idol in the '80s, starring in hit films such as "The Outsiders," "red Dawn" and "The Hitcher." More recently, Howell portrayed Thomas Chamberlain in "Gods and Generals" and its companion film "Gettysburg." He's also turned his attentions behind the camera, directing the recent films "War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave" and "The Land That Time Forget." Howell was born in Van Nuys, California, on this day.
December 8, 1765 - Eli Whitney - American inventor.
December 8, 1865 - Jan Sibelius - Composer
December 8, 1886 - Diego Rivera - Artist
December 8, 1894 - James Thurber - a U.S. humorist and cartoonist, Writer
December 8, 1925 - Sammy Davis, Jr. - Entertainer / Singer
December 8, 1933 - Flip Wilson - Comedian
December 8, 1936 - David Carradine - Actor - The son of the late Hollywood great John Carradine and the brother of actors Robert and Keith Caridane. Carriaine may be best known for his role as Caine on the hit series "Kung fu" from 1972-75. He also received a Golden globe nomination or his portrayal of Bill in the 2004 action flick "Kill Bill: Vol.2." He's starred recently in the martial arts film "Kung Fu Killer" and appeared in a guest spot on an episode of "Medium." David was born in Hollywood, California on this day.
December 8, 1939 - James Gallway - Musician
December 8, 1944 - Jim Morrison - Musician
December 8, 1947 - Gregg Allman - Musician
December 8, 1953 - Kim Basinger - Actress
December 8, 1964 - Teri Hatcher - Actress - Plays Susan Mayer on "Desperate Housewives"
December 8, 1967 - Sinead O'Connor - Singer
December 8, 1993 - Anna-Sophia Robb - Actress - Robb has already established herself as a Hollywood leading lady, starring in "Because Of Winn-Dixie," "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" and her most recent effort, "Race To Witch Mountain," all before she's even reached her 16th birthday. She also starred in "Bridge To Teribithia" and recorded the single "Keep Your Mind Wide Open" for the sound track which achieved moderate chart success. Robb was born in Denver, Colorado on this day.
December 9, 1608 - John Milton - English poet
December 9, 1898 - Emmett Kelly - American circus performer
December 9, 1902 - Margaret Hamilton - American film actress best known for her iconic portrayal of The Wicked Witch of the West
December 9, 1909 - Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. - American actor and a highly decorated naval officer of World War II.
December 9, 1916 - Kirk Douglas - An iconic American actor and Film producer.
December 9, 1941 - Beau Bridges - Actor - Beau earned Emmy nominations for his recent appearances on the series "Desperate Housewives" and "My Name is Earl." Bridges also won three Emmys for his outstanding performances in the TV movies "Without warnings: The James Brady Story," "the Second Civil War" and "The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader Murdering Mom." Bridges was born in Los Angeles on this date.
December 9, 1953 - John Malkovich - American actor, producer and director.
December 9, 1957 - Donny Osmond - An American Singer, Musician, Actor and former Teen idol. Osmond has also been a talk show and game show host, record producer, race car driver and author. He is best known for being half of the brother-sister singing act "Donny & Marie" and a member of the "Osmond Brothers" singing group. Born Donald Clark Osmond in Ogden, Utah.  
December 9, 1962 - Felicity Huffman - Actress - Huffman is easily recognized for her Emmy-winning role as Lynette on the hit prime time series "Desperate Housewives." she also earned an Academy Award nomination for best actress for her performance in the 2006 film "Transamerica." Married to actor William H. Macy since 1997, Huffman has co-written the self-help book "A Practical Handbook for the Boyfriend." Huffman was born in Bedford, New York on this day.
December 10, 1815 - Ada Byron - Mathematics
December 10, 1830 - Emily Dickenson - Poet
December 10, 1952 - Susan Dey - Actress
December 10, 1957 - Mahara Ji - Guru
December 10, 1960 - Kenneth Branagh - A respected actor and director, is renowned for his work in films adaptations of Shakespeare including "Henry V," "Much Ado About Nothing," "Othello" and "Hamlet." He starred and directed the 1994 hit "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein" and won a 2001 Emmy for his performance in the TV movie "Conspiracy." His next film will be starring opposite Tom Cruise in the World War II drama "Valkyrie." Branagh was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on this day.
December 10, 1964 - Bobby Flay - TV chef - Flay currently host the food programs "Grill It! With bobby Flay," "Throwdown! With Bobby Flay" and "BBQ With Bobby Flay" and is a regular "Iron Chef America." flay owns nine restaurants and has severed as a master instructor as the French Culinary Institute. Flay is married to actress Stephanie March and the couple appeared together in the film "East Broadway." Flay was born in New York city on this day.
December 10, 1985 - Raven-Symone - Actress
December 11, 1810 - Alfred de Musset - Writer
December 11, 1843 - Robert Koch - Bacteriologist
December 11, 1882 - Fiorello La Guardia - Mayor of New York
December 11, 1912 - Carlo Ponti - Producer
December 11, 1918 - A. Solzhenitsyn - Writer
December 11, 1931 - Rita Moreno - Actress
December 11, 1939 - Tom Heyden - Activist
December 11, 1940 - Donna Mills - Actress - Mills is probably best known for her role as Abby Summer on the 1980s hit TV dramatic series "Knots Landing." she starred in films such as "Play Misty For me," "Look What's Happening To Rosemary's Baby," and "The Stepford Husbands." Recently, she guest-starred on episodes of "Cold Case" and "Nip/Tuck" as well as having a recurring role on the hit series "Melrose Place." Mills was born in Chicago on this day.
December 11, 1950 - Christina Onassis - Heiress
December 11, 1979 - Rider Strong - Actor - Strong portrayed Shawn Hunter on the series "Boy Meets World" from 1993-2000. He's recently guest-starred on "Bones," "Veronica Mars" and appeared regularly on "Pepper Dennis." He's starred in films such as "My Giant," "Spy School," "Cabin Fever" and "Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever." Strong was born in San Francisco on this day.
December 12, 1867 - Isabelle Pagan - Astrologer
December 12, 1882 - Elbert Benjamine - Astrologer
December 12, 1893 - Edward G. Robinson - American stage and film actor of Romanian origin
December 12, 1915 - Frank Sinatra - an American jazz-oriented popular singer and Academy Award-winning actor.
December 12, 1924 - Ed Koch - Politician
December 12, 1928 - Helen Frankenthaler - Artist
December 12, 1947 - Wings Hauser - Actor - Hauser is a veteran character actor who has starred in films such as "Vice Squad," "The Siege of Firebase Gloria" and "Tough Guys Don't Dance." He's appeared in recent episodes o  "The Mentalist," "Saving Grace" and "Bones" and had recurring roles on classic series such as "Roseanne" and "Beverly Hills 90210." Hauser is the father of actor Cole Hauser and is the son of Oscar-winning director Dwight Hauser. Hauser was born in Hollywood, California, on this day.
December 12, 1957 - Sheila E. "Sheila Escovedo "- American musician, Singer
December 12, 1970 - Jennifer Connelly - Actress
December 12, 1970 - Madchen Amick - Actress - Amick might have achieved her greatest success as Shelly Johnson on the cult series "Twin Pecks" and its' 1992 spin-off film "Twin Peaks: Fire walk With me." she's appeared on television with recurring roles on "ER," "Gilmore Girls," and most recently on "Gossip Girl." she starred in the 1992 Stephen King film "Sleepwalkers". Amick was born in Sparks, Nevada on this day.
December 13, 1821 - Gustave Flaubert - Writer
December 13, 1897 - Drew Pearson - prominent American newspaper and radio journalists of his day
December 13, 1923 - Edmund Van Dusen - Writer
December 13, 1925 - Richard Wayne "Dick" Van Dyke - Emmy Award-winning American actor of film, stage, and screen, comedian and dancer
December 13, 1929 - Christopher Plummer
December 13, 1941 - John Davidson - Actor
December 13, 1948 - Ted Nugent - Rocker - Nugent known as "The Motor City Madman," has bee a rock superstar  for more than 30 years both as a solo act and as a member of the supergroup Damn Yankees. Nugent grew to fame in the 1960's as a member of the moderately successful group the Amboy dukes, whose big hit was "Journey to the center of your Mind." Nugent starred in the short-lived reality TV series "Surviving Nugent," and has written extensively for numerous magazines on the subject of hunting. Ted was born in Detroit on this day.
December 13, 1967 - Jamie Foxx -Actor/ Comedian
December 13, 1973 - Christie Clark - Actress - Christie is best known to soap fans as Carrie Brady, a role she played on the soap opera "Days of Our Lives" from 1986-2006. Clark earned two Daytime Emmy nominations for her work on the soap. She's also appeared in films such as "Children of the Corn II: the Final Sacrifice," ""A Nightmare On Elm Street Part 2: Freddy's Revenge," and the made for TV movie "Changes." Clark was born in Orange County, California, on this date.
December 14, 1546 - Tycho Brahe - Was a Danish nobleman famed for his accurate and comprehensive astronomical and planetary observations. Hailing from Scania, then part of Denmark, now part of modern-day Sweden, Brahe was well known in his lifetime as an astronomer and alchemist. Tycho Brahe was granted an estate on the island of Hven and the funding to build the Uraniborg, an early research institute, where he built large astronomical instruments and took many careful measurements. As an astronomer, Tycho worked to combine what he saw as the geometrical benefits of the Copernican system with the philosophical benefits of the Ptolemaic system into his own model of the universe, the Tychonic system.  Born Tyge Ottesen Brahe in then Danish Scania, now Swedish on this day.
December 14, 1896 - James Doolittle - Miliatary
December 14, 1897 - Margaret Chase Smith -Politician -  Republican Senator.
December 14, 1929 - Pete Millar - Cartoonist, an editor, publisher - Is best known for helping to create and illustrate with his automotive-related cartoons in CARtoons, a comic magazine that graced newsstands for the better part of three decades, starting in 1959.  Millar and Carl Kohler created CARtoons, which  was one of the most unlikely success stories in 20th Century magazine publishing, and by itself would have guaranteed initial editor Millar a place in comics history. CARtoons sold extremely well for years, offered a MAD-style outlet for talented West Coast cartoonists when nearly all comics publishing was based in New York. Other Peterson titles included Hot Rod Cartoons, which ran from 1965-1974, CYCLEtoons, which was launched in 1968 and terminated in 1973, and even Go Kartoons, which ran for a single issue in 1960. In addition he published and provided much of the material for his own creation  Drag Cartoons, Millar Publications also produced four issues of the fondly remembered Big Daddy Roth Magazine. Later years, Millar produced annual editions of a full-color newspaper tabloid called Drag Comics from 1971-1973.
December 14, 1935 - Lee Remick - Actress
December 14, 1946 - Patty Duke - Actress
December 14, 1948 - Dee Wallace - Actress - Wallace has a vast resume of roles in mainstream films, primarily in the horror genre, and has starred in such chillers as "The Howling," "Cujo," and the original "The Hills Have Eyes." She starred on the series "The New Lassie" from 1989-1992 and has made recent guest appearances on "Criminal Minds," "Saving Grace" and "The Ghost Whisperer." Wallace was married to actor Christopher Stone until his death in 1995. Wallace was born in Kansas City, Kansas, on this day.
December 15, 1892 - J. Paul Getty - Industrialist
December 15, 1933 - Tim Conway - Comedian/Actor
December 15, 1949 - Don Johnson - Actor - Johnson made his biggest splash with his Golden Globe winning portrayal of Sonny Crockett in the hit '80s series "Miami Vice." He also found success in the title role of the popular series "Nash Bridges" from 1996-2001. He's starred in films such as "A Boy and His Dog," "Harley Davidson & The Marlboro Man" and "Tin Cup." Johnson has twice been married to actress Melanie Griffith and was romantically linked to Barbara Streisand. Johnson was born in flat Creek, Mo., on this day.
December 15, 1963 - Helen Rachel Slater - an American film Actress and singer-songwriter. Play Supergirl in the film "Supergirl." and recently starred in "Smallville" as superman's mother.
December 15, 1972 - Stuart Townsend - Actor - Townsend is perhaps best known for portraying Lestat in the 2002 vampire movie "Queen of the Damned." He's also starred in "The League of Extraordinary Gentleman," "Chaos Theory" and "Shade." Townsend starred as Kolchak in the short-lived 2005 series "The Night Stalker" and is a frequent guest voice on "Robot Chicken." This thespian has been the romantic partner of actress Charlize Theron since 2001.
December 16, 1770 - Ludwig van Beethoven - German composer and Virtuoso pianist.
December 16, 1775 - Jane Austen - British Novelist - Writer
December 16, 1863 - George Santayana - a philosopher, essayist, poet, and novelist.
December 16, 1899 - Noel Coward - Academy Award winning English actor, playwright
December 16, 1901 - Margaret Mead - American cultural anthropologist
December 16, 1917 - Sir Arthur Charles Clarke - British science Fiction Author. Inventor and Futurist. Famous for his Novel "2001 : A Space Odyssey", born in Minehead, Somerset, United Kingdom.
December 16, 1939 - Liv Ullmann - Actress
December 16, 1943 - Steven Bochco - TV producer and writer - Bochco is the guy responsible for creating such hits series as "Hill street Blues," "L.A. Law" and "NYPD Blue." Bochco won six Emmys for "Hill Street Blues," three Emmys for "L.A. Law", and one for "NYPD Blue." He began his career as a writer for the hit crime shows of the '70s. Bochco was born in New York City on this day.
December 16, 1947 -Ben Cross - Actor - cross is probably best recognized for his performance in the acclaimed 1981 film "Chariots of Fire." He's also appeared in more recent movies such as "Star Trek," "War Inc." and "Exorcist: The Beginning." Cross portrayed Barnabas Collins in the 1991 miniseries based on the classic series "Dark Shadows," and Rudolf Hess in the 2006 BBC production of "Nuremburg: Nazis on Trail." Cross was born in London, England, on this day.
December 17, 1874 - William Lyon Mackenzie King
December 17, 1903 - Erskine Caldwell - Writer
December 17, 1946 - Eugene Levy - Comic actor - Levy might be best known for his work starring in all seven movies of the "American Pie" film franchise. Levy started his career as a member of Toronto's famed Second City comedy troupe and was a cast member of the comedy series "SCTV." He would go on to find big screen success in films such as "A Mighty Wind," "Splash" and "Armed And Dangerous." Levy was born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, on this day.
December 17, 1975 - Milla Jovovich - Actress
December 17, 1986 - Vanessa Zima - Actress - Zima siblings are actresses Madeleine and Yvonne Zima, made her movie debut in 1995 in "The Baby-Sitters Club." She's also had major roles in films such as "Ulee's gold," "Wicked" and "the Far Side of Jericho," as well as appearing regularly on the crime series "Murder One." Zima was born in Phillipsburg, New Jersey, on this day.
December 18 , 1817 - Joseph Stalin -Was General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union's Central Committee from 1922 until his death in 1953. Joseph Stalin was born as Ioseb Besarionis Dze Jughashvili Gori, Tiflis, Russian Empire on this day.
December 18, 1879 - Paul Klee - Artist
December 18, 1880 - Earl C. Anthony - Entrepreneur
December 18, 1886 - Ty Cobb - Baseball Star
December 18, 1913 - Willie Brandt - Chancellor
December 18, 1947 - Adrienne Hirt - Sex Therapist
December 18, 1908 - Andrew Johnson - President US
December 18, 1943 - Keith Richards - Musician - Richards originally known professionally as Keith Richard, has served as guitarist for "The Rolling Stones" since 1961 when the band was originally called 'Little Boy Blue and the Blue Boys." He has co-written most of the band's biggest hits with Mick Jagger including "Satisfaction," "Jumping Jack Flash" and "Start Me Up." In 2007, Richards appeared as Captain Teague in "Pirates Of  The Caribbean: At World's End." Richards was born in Dartford, England, on this day.
December 18, 1946 - Steven Spielberg - Filmmaker/ Director
December 18, 1963 - Brad Pitt - Actor film Star
December 18, 1978 - Katie Holmes - Actress - Holmes is probably best known for playing Joey Potter on "Dawson's Creek," as well as her high-profile marriage to superstar Tom Cruise. She's starred in films such as "Batman Begins," "Phone Booth" and "Abandon," and recently guest-starred on the TV series "Eli Stone." The fall of 2008, Holmes starred in the Broadway production of "All My Sons" to mixed reviews. Born Kate Noelle Holmes in Toledo, Ohio, on this day.
December 18, 1980 - Christina Aguilera - American pop/R&B Singer and songwriter - Born Maria Christina Aguilera on this day in Staten Island, New York.
December 19, 1608 - John Milton - Writer
December 19, 1906 - Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev - Political leader of the USSR
December 19, 1910 - Jean Genet - Writer
December 19, 1915 - Edith Piaf - a French singer and cultural icon
December 19, 1919 - John Candies - Child Prodigy
December 19, 1946 - Robert Urich - Actor
December 19, 1965 - Jessica Steen - Actress - Steen is probably most easily recognized for her roles as Dr. Heller on "Earth 2" and Linda Metcalf on "Homefront.." Recently, she's appeared in recurring roles on the series "Heartland," "Flashpoint" and "NCIS." She appeared briefly on the soap opera "Loving" and had guest-starred on shows such as "ER," "Monk" and "Charmed." Steen was born in Toronto, Canada, on this day.
December 19, 1971 - Amy locane - Actress - Locane is probably best known for her portrayal of Sandy on the first season of "Melrose Place" in 1992. She's also starred in films such as "Cry-Baby," "School Ties" and "Bongwater." Amy appeared in the TV movie "Mystery Woman" and on the series "Touched by an Angel" and had a recurring role on the series "Spencer" in the mid-'80s.
December 19, 1975 - Trish Stratus - Female Wrestler - She was part of the WWF Divas. Trish was born Patricia Anne Stratigias in Toronto, Ontario Canada on this day.
December 20, 1898 - Irene Dunne - five-time Academy Award-nominated American film actress and singer.
December 20, 1902 -  Max Lerner - American journalist and educator
December 20, 1945 - Peter Criss - American musician  "the Cat" Rock band Kiss
December 20, 1952 - Jenny Agutter - Actress - Agutter has had recent success on the British series "Spooks" and "Diamond Geezer." American audiences may  remember her best from her roles in films such as "An American Werewolf In London," "Logan's Run" and "Child's Play 2" or from a 1972 Emmy winning performance in the TV movie "The Snow Goose." she will next star in the upcoming British thriller "Act of God." Jenny was born in Somerset, England on this day.
December 21, 1804 - Benjamin Disraeli - British Conservative statesman.
December 21, 1892 - Rebecca West (pen name) Cicily Isabel Fairfield - a British-Irish suffragist and writer famous for her novels, literary criticism, travel literature
December 21, 1937 - Jane Fonda - Academy Award-winning American actress, writer, political activist, former fashion model, and fitness guru, Barbarella.
December 21, 1948 - Samuel L. Jackson - Actor
December 21, 1954 - Chris Evert-Lloyd - former professional Tennis player


Optimistic and freedom-loving
Jovial and good-humored
Honest and straightforward
Intellectual and philosophical

On the dark side....

Blindly optimistic and careless
Irresponsible and superficial
Tactless and restless




  • Traveling

  • getting to the heart of the matter

  • Freedom

  • Laws and meanings

  • the general 'feel' of things


  • Off the wall theories

  • being tied down domestically

  • Being constrained

  • cooling your heels

  • bothered with details

The color of choice for Sagittarius is RICH PURPLES, Dark Blues and Light Blue



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