Famous People with the Sun in Scorpio


(OCT. 23-NOV. 21)

October 23,1844 - Sarah Bernhardt - Actress
October 23,1894 - Charles Atlas - Body Builder
October 23, 1925 - Johnny Carson - was an American comedian and television presenter, best known for his iconic status as host of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson for thirty years. Carson hosted several TV shows before his run on The Tonight Show, including the game show Earn Your Vacation (1954), the variety show The Johnny Carson Show (1955–1956), a regular panelist gig on the first version of To Tell The Truth until 1962 and a five-year stint on the game show Who Do You Trust? (1957–1962), during which Carson met long-time sidekick Ed McMahon. Carson was born in Corning, Iowa on this day.
October 23, 1942 - Michael Crichton
October 23, 1956 - Dwight Yoakam - Singer and actor - Yoakam released the hit country albums "Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc...," "Hillbilly Deluxe," and "If There was A Way." Also an accomplished actor, Yoakam has memorable roles in the films "Sling Blade," "Panic Room" and "The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada." His most recent film work is the suspense thriller "2:13." Dwight was born in Pikeville, KY., on this day.
October 23, 1959 - Sam Raimi - Director
October 23, 1959 - Nancy Grace - TV Commentator
October 23, 1959 - "Weird" Al Yankovic - Musician, Singer
October 23, 1985 - Masiela Lusha - Actress - Lusha is probably best recognized as Carmen from "the George Lopez Show' that aired on TV from 2002-07. She also voiced the character on Nina on the animated series "Clifford's Puppy Days." On the big screen, her recent film work includes "Blood; The Last Vampire," "Time of the Comet," and "Muertas." Lusha writes poetry and has published the books "Inner Thoughts" and "drinking the Moon." Lusha was born in Tirana, Albania, on this day. 
October 24, 1632 - A.van Leeuwenhoek - Microbiologist
October 24, 1644 - William Penn - Founder
October 24, 1904 -Moss Hart
October 24, 1936 - Bill Wyman - Rock Musician - Wyman served as the bass player for legendary rockers The Rolling stones during their heyday from 1962-1992. On his own, Wyman has released six solo albums and five albums with his current band The Rhythm Kings. Wyman, born William Perks, is an avid archeologist and has written the book "Bill Wyman's Treasure Islan" on the subject. Wyman was born in london, England on this day.
October 24, 1947 - Kevin Kline - Actor
October 24, 1948 - James Whitmore Jr. - Actor and director - Whitmore has directed episodes of series such as "Navy NCIS," "Bones" and "Cold Case." He starred in the 1970s series "Baa Baa Black Sheep" and had recurring roles in such hit series as "The Rockford Files" and "Hunter." His film credits include "The Boys In Company C" and "Purple Hearts." Whitmore is the son of actor James Whitmore and was born in New York City on this day.
October 25, 1888 - Richard E. Byrd - Explorer
October 25, 1881 - Pablo Picasso - Artist
October 25, 1941 - Helen Ready - Singer
October 25, 1949 - Brian Kerwin - Actor - Kerwin currently portrays Charlie Banks on the soap opera "One life to Live" and was nominated for a Daytime Emmy for his performance in 2008. He's also appeared in recurring roles on "Desperate Housewives," "Nip/Tuck" and "The West Wing." On the big screen, Kerwin has appeared in such films as "27 Dresses," "Mr. Jealousy" and "Torch Song Trilogy." Kerwin was born in Chicago on this day.
October 25, 1963 - Tracy Nelson -Actress
October 25, 1964 - Michael Boatman - Actor - Boatman has appeared on TV as Carter Heywood on "Spin City," Stanley on "Arli$$" and Beckett on "China Beach.' His film credits include "Hamburger Hill," "Running On Empty" and "The Peacemaker." he's made a recent appearances on "Grey Anatomy" and "Law & Order," and his latest film is the comedy "Killing of Wendy." Boatman was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado on this day.
October 26, 1911 -  Mahalia Jackson
October 26, 1914 - Jackie Coogan - Child Actor
October 26, 1916 - Francois Mitterand
October 26, 1919 - Reza Pahlavi - Shah Royalty
October 26, 1942 - Bob Hoskins - Actor
October 26, 1946 - Pat Sajak - TV Host
October 26, 1947 - Hillary R. Clinton - Was First Lady, now Governor. Is the junior United States Senator from New York, and was a candidate for the Democratic nomination in the 2008 presidential election. She is married to Bill Clinton—the 42nd President of the United States—and was the First Lady of the United States from 1993 to 2001.A native of Illinois, Hillary Rodham first attracted national attention in 1969 for her remarks as the first student to deliver the commencement address at Wellesley College. She embarked on a career in law after graduating from Yale Law School in 1973. Following a stint as a Congressional legal counsel, she moved to Arkansas in 1974, and married Bill Clinton in 1975. She was later named the first female partner at Rose Law Firm in 1979, and was twice listed as one of the one hundred most influential lawyers in America. She was the First Lady of Arkansas from 1979 to 1981 and 1983 to 1992 and was active in a number of organizations concerned with child welfare, as well as sitting on the boards of Wal-Mart and several other corporations. As First Lady of the United States, her major initiative, the Clinton health care plan, failed to gain approval from the U.S. Congress in 1994. In 1997 and 1999, Clinton played a role in advocating for the establishment of the State Children's Health Insurance Program, the Adoption and Safe Families Act, and the Foster Care Independence Act. She became the only First Lady to be subpoenaed, testifying before a federal grand jury as a consequence of the Whitewater controversy in 1996. She was never charged with any wrongdoing in this or any of the several other investigations during her husband's administration. The state of her marriage to Bill Clinton was the subject of considerable public discussion following the Lewinsky scandal in 1998.After moving to New York, Clinton was elected as senator for New York State in 2000. That election marked the first time an American First Lady had run for public office; Clinton is also the first female senator to represent New York. In the Senate, she initially supported the George W. Bush administration on some foreign policy issues, which included voting for the Iraq War Resolution. She has subsequently opposed the administration on its conduct of the war in Iraq, and has opposed it on most domestic issues. She was reelected by a wide margin in 2006. In the 2008 presidential nomination race, Clinton won more primaries and delegates than any other female candidate in American history, but after a long campaign, Senator Barack Obama became the party's presumptive nominee in June 2008 and Clinton endorsed him. Born Hillary Diane Rodham at Edgewater Hospital in Chicago, Illinois on this day.
October 26, 1947 - Jaclyn Smith - Actress
October 26, 1956 - Rita Wilson - Actress and producer - Her first TV role was in an episode of "The Brady Bunch" in 1972. Wilson has appeared in films such as "Runaway Bride," "Jingle All The Way" and "Sleepless in Seattle" as well as producing hits such as "Mamma Mia!" and "My Big Fat Greek Wedding." Wilson performed on Broadway in a 2006 production of "Chicago." Wilson has been married to actor Tom Hanks since 1988. Rita was born with the name Margarita Ibrahimova in Los Angeles on this day.
October 27, 1857 - Theodore Roosevelt - President US
October 27, 1872 - Emily Post - Etiquette
October 27, 1914 - Dylan Thomas - Writer
October 27, 1926 - H.R. Haldeman - Nixon Cabinet
October 27, 1932 - Sylvia Plath - Poet
October 27, 1946 - Ivan Reitman - Producer and director - Reitman has produced and directed such comedy hits as "Twins," "Ghostbusters," and "Stripes." Recently, he's produced such movies as "I Love You Man," "Old School," and "Eurotrip." Reitman's upcoming projects include sequels to "Ghostbusters" and "Old School." Reitman is the father of acclaimed film director Jason Reitman. Reitman was born in Komarno, in what was then Czechoslovakia, on this day.
October 27, 1963 - Marla Maples - Celebrity
October 27, 1967 - Scott Weiland - Singer - Scott was the lead singer of the hugely successful group Stone Temple Pilots, whose hits include "Plush," "Wicked Garden" and "Creep." After the band's breakup in 2003, Weiland joined several former members of Guns N' Roses to form the new band Velvet Revolver that recorded  the hits "Slither" and "Fall To Pieces." This band broke up in April 2008 and Weiland reunited with "Stone Temple Pilots." The band plans to begin recording a new album in November, which coincides with the release of Weiland's second solo album. Scott as born in Santa Cruz, California on this day. 
October 27, 1984 - Kelly Osbourne - Singer Celebrity
October 28, 1616 - Nicholas Culpepper - Astrologer
October 28, 1914 - Jonas Salk - Scientist
October 28, 1903 - Evelyn Waugh
October 28, 1939 - John Cleese - Actor/ Comedian - "Faulty Towers" and "Monty Python."
October 28, 1944 - Dennis Franz - Actor - Dennis won four Emmy awards portraying Detective Sipowicz on the long-running hit TV drama "NYPD Blue." No stranger to cop shows, Franz has played policemen in "Hill Street Blues" and the short-lived series "Chicago Story." His movie credits include "Die Hard 2," "Psycho 2" and "Body Double." Franz brings gritty realism to the screen as a U.S. army veteran who served in Vietnam with the 82nd Airborne. Dennis was born in Chicago on this day.
October 28, 1949 - Kate Jackson - Actress - "Charlie Angels."
October 28, 1955 - Bill Gates - Computer Billionaire Owner President of Microsoft.
October 28, 1962 - Daphne Zuniga - Actress - Zuniga currently plays Victoria Davis on "One Tree Hill." she also portrayed Jo on the original "Melrose Place" as well as in the recent remake of the series. One of her biggest film roles was Princess Vespa in Mel Brooks' comedy "Spaceballs" and the reprised the voice of the character for 2007's "Spaceballs: The Animated Series." Zuniga is the sister of actress Jennifer Zuniga. Daphne was born in Berkeley, California, on this day.
October 29, 1891 - Fanny Brice
October 29, 1897 - P.J. Goebbels - Nazi
October 29, 1947 - Richard Dreyfuss - Actor - Dreyfuss won a Oscar for his performance in 1977's "The Goodbye Girl" and was nominated for another for his leading role in the 1995 film "Mr. Holland's Opus." This distinguished thespian has starred in such classic films as "American Graffiti," "Jaws" and "Close Encounters of the Third Kind." His career began in 1967 with unaccredited bit parts in "The Graduate" and "Valley Of The Dolls." His more recent work includes the adventure film "Poseidon." Richard was born in Brooklyn, New York, on this day. 
October 29, 1957 - Dan Castellaneta - Actor - Castellaneta has given voice to the characture of Homer Simpson since his creation on "The Tracy Ullman Show" in 1987. He has portrayed Homer on "The Simpsons" since 1989 and has won three Emmys for best voiceover performance. Castellaneta has been nominated for a fourth Emmy this year 2009. He has also guest-starred on recent episodes of "how I Met Your Mother" and "The Ghost Whisper." Castellaneta was born in Chicago on this day.
October 29, 1971 - Winona Ryder - Actress
October 28, 1949 - Kate Jackson - Actress
October 30, 1885 - Ezra Pound - Poet
October 30, 1896 - Ruth Gordon
October 30, 1924 - Truman Capote - Writer
October 30, 1939 - Grace Slick - Singer
October 30, 1945 - Henry Winkler - Actor - "The Fonz" Happy Days.
October 30, 1950 - John Candy -Actor/ Comedian
October 30, 1951 - Harry Hamlin - Actor - Hamlin may be best known for portraying attorney Michael Kuzak in the hit TV series "L.A. Law." He also gave a memorable performance as Perseus in the 1981 big-screen epic "Clash Of The Titans." Recently. Hamlin appeared regularly on the series "Veronica Mars" and also guest starred on an episode of "Law & Order." Hamlin has been married to actress Lisa Rinna since 1997 and he is also the ex-husband of "Desperate Housewives" actress Nicolette Sheridan. Hamlin was born in Pasadena, California on this day.
October 30, 1981 - Ivanka Marie Trump - One Time Fashion Model / American Businesswoman - She is the Daughter of Ivana and Donald Trump. Ivanka was born in New York, New York.
October 31, 1887 - Chiang Kai -Shek
October 31, 1900 - Ethel Waters - Singer
October 31, 1931 - Dan Rather - Newscaster
October 31, 1942 - David Ogden Stiers - Ogden is probably best known for portraying Maj. Charles Emerson Winchester III from 1977-1983 on the classic series "MASH." Recently, Stiers starred as the Rev. Purdy on "The Dead Zone" and appeared in a recurring role on "Stargate: Atlantis." Stiers narrated the documentary series "The American Experience" from 1995-2007 and has lent his voice talents to animated features such as "Beauty and the Beast" and "Pocahontas." Stiers was born in Peoria, Ill., on this day.
October 31, 1947 - Deidre Hall - Television actress - Hall greatest claim to fame has been portraying Dr. Marlena Evans on the long-running soap "Days of Our Lives" since 1976. Her other work includes starring in the 1980s drama "Our House," the 1970s kid show "Electra Woman and Dynagirl," and a brief stint on rival soap "the Young and the Restless." Hall also produced and starred in the biography of her own life "Never say Never: The Deidre Hall story" in 1995. Deidre was born in Milwaukee on this day.
October 31, 1961 - Peter Jackson - Director
November 1, 1866 - Cherio - Occultist
November 1, 1871 - Steven Crane - Writer
November 1, 1935 - Gary Player - Golf legend - Player is one of only five golfers to win all four Major PGA titles, including three Masters Titles and three British Opens. he has 163 wins as a professional and was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1974. He has designed over 300 golf courses around the world and also breeds top thoroughbred horses for racing. His brother, Dr. Ian player, is responsible for saving the white rhino from extinction. Player was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, on this day.
November 1, 1942 - Larry Flint - Publisher - Penthouse adult magazine.
November 1, 1942 - Marcia Wallace - Actress - Wallace is probably best known as the Emmy-winning voice of Mrs. Krabappel on the long-running series "The Simpsons." A long-time regular on the game show circuit in the 1980s. Wallace released her autobiography "Don't Look Back, We're Not Going That Way" in 2004. Wallace was born in Creston, Ohio, on this day.
November 1, 1972 - Jenny MacCarthy - Entertainer
November 2, 1755 - Marie Antoinette - Royalty
November 2, 1795 - James K. Polk - President US
November 2, 1865 - Warren G. Harding - Politician
November 2, 1913 - Burt Lancaster - Actor
November 2, 1932 - Vittorio Fiorucci - Was one of Canada's most acclaimed graphic artist. He is best known for the chuckling creature that has become the mascot of the "Just for Laughs" comedy festival. Fiorucci has said the little green man that became the symbol of the comedy fest was an autobiographical- a self- caricature that evolved over 40 years. During his career , Fiorucci designed more 300 art poster and turned out eight covers for Time magazine. His work is a combination of the bawdy and the beautiful, the comic and the sad. It is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the National Poster Collection in Ottawa, the Toronto Metropolitan Library, and Montreal's Musee d'art Contemporan. Fiorucci was born in Zara, Yugoslavia on this day.  
November 2, 1938 - Pat Buchanan - Journalist
November 2, 1942 - Shere Hite - Writer
November 2, 1952 - Maxine Nightingale - Singer - Hit song "Right Back Where We Started From" a popular film soundtrack. Born in Wembley, London, England, UK on this day. 
November 2, 1973 - Marisol Nichols - Nichols recently starred as Agent Yassir on the hit series "24," appeared in a recurring role on "Cold Case" and starred in the miniseries "The Storm." On the big screen, her film credits include "Felon," "Delta Farce" and "Vegas Vacation." Nichols is married to South African director Taron Lexton and the couple have one daughter. Nichols was born in Chicago on this day.
November 2, 1974 - Nelly "Cornell Haynes Jr." - Rapper
November 3, 1500 - Benvenuto Cellini
November 3, 1794 - William C. Bryant - Writer
November 3, 1901 - Andre Malraux - Writer
November 3, 1922 - Charles Bronson - Actor
November 3, 1933 - Michael Dukakis - Politician
November 3, 1952 - Roseanne Arnold "Bar" - Actress/ Comedian. stared in the TV sitcom "Roseanne."
November 3, 1953 - Dennis Miller - Comedian - Miller hosted the five-time Emmy-winning series "Dennis Miller Live" from 1994-2002. he was a "Saturday Night Live" cast member from 1985-1991 where he primarily hosted the Weekend Update segment. Miller served as a commentator on "Monday Night Football" for two seasons and currently host his own radio program and is frequent guest on "The O'Reilly Factor." Miller was born in Pittsburgh on this day.
November 3, 1957 - Dolph Lundgren - Actor - Lundgren might still be best remembered for playing Russian villain Ivan Drago in "Rocky IV." His other films include "Johnny Mnemonic," "Universal Soldier" and "Red Scorpion." An accomplished martial artist, Lungren won European karate championships in the early '80s and the Australian tournament in 1982. he served in the Swedish military as a marine and also holds a master's degree in chemical engineering. Lundgren was born in Stockholm on this day.
November 4, 1879 - Will Rogers - Entertainer
November 4, 1916 - Walter Cronkite - Newscaster
November 4, 1919 - Martin Balsam - Actor
November 4, 1937 - Loretta Swit - Actress
November 4, 1960 - Kathy Griffin - An Emmy Award-winning American stand-up comedian, producer, actress and gay icon. She has also been a voice actress and a red carpet commentator. Griffin is a self-proclaimed "D-list celebrity." She is arguable best known for her role on NBC's "Suddenly Susan." She is also the star of  her reality show, "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List," and for guest co-hosting on "The View." Born in Oak, Park Illinois on this day.  
November 4, 1961 - Ralph Macchio - Actor - Macchio is probably best known for portraying Daniel Larusso in the 1984 hit "The Karate kid" as well as two successful sequels. Macchio also starred in the other hits such as "The Outsiders," "Teachers" and "My Cousin Vinny." more recently, Macchio appeared on episode of the cable series "Entourage' and "Head Case."  Macchio was born in Long Island, N.Y., on this day.
November 4, 1962 - Jeff Probst - Television host - Probst has served as host of the smash hit reality series "Survivor" since 2000. Probst has also hosted the series "Hollywood on Trail," "rock & Roll Jeopardy!" and "Backchat." Probst is currently developing a new reality series entitled "Live for the Moment." He is also an ordained minister of the Universal Life Church. Probst was born in Wichita, Kansas, on this day.
November 4, 1969 - P.  Diddy Sean John Combs - R&B rapper and fashion designer.
November 5, 1911 - Roy Rodgers - Singer
November 5, 1913 - Vivian Leigh - Actress
November 5, 1931 - Ike Turner - Singer
November 5, 1941 - Elke Sommer - Actress
November 5, 1941 - Art Garfunkel - Singer
November 5, 1942 - Paul Simon - Singer
November 5, 1943 - Sam Shepard - Playwright /Actor
November 5, 1963 - Tatum O'Neal - Actress - The daughter of actor Ryan O'Neal and the late Joanna Moore. Tatum the child actress became the youngest actress to win an Oscar when she won a 1973 Academy Award for her performance in the film "Paper Moon." She went on to star in hits such as "The Bad News Bears," "International Velvet" and "Little Darlings." More recently, she has starred in the series "Wicked Wicked Games" and  was a contestant on "Dancing With the Stars." Tatum was born in los Angeles, California on this day.
November 5, 1967 - Judy Reyes - Actress - Reyes has portrayed Carla Espinosa on the comedy series "Scrubs" since 2000. Reyes has also appeared on "The Sopranos," "Oz" and "Third Watch." She's also appeared in films such as "Bringing out the Dead," "Our House" and "It's a Very Muppet Christmas Movie." Reyes is expecting the birth of her first child. Reyes was born in Bronx, N.Y., on this day.
November 6, 1854 - John P. Sousa - Composer
November 6, 1921 - James Jones
November 6, 1946 - Sally Field - Actress - Play in the TV series "The Flying Nun" and starred in such films as "Smokey and The Bandit."
November 6, 1946 - Maria Shriver - Kennedy Family
November 6, 1970 - Ethan Hawke - Actor
November 6, 1972 - Rebecca Romijn - Actress and Model - Romijn rose to stardom appearing prominently in several "Sports Illustrated Swimsuit" issues and in Victoria's Secret catalogs. she currently appears on the hit prime time TV series "Ugly Betty" and portrayed mutant Mystique in the 2000 film "X-Men" and its two sequels. Romijn is currently married to actor Jerry O'Connell and is the ex-wife of actor John Stamos. Romijn was born in Berkeley, California on this day.
November 6, 1972 - Thandie Newton - Actress - Newton has appeared in memorable roles in such films as "Beloved," "Crash," "The Pursuit of Happyness" and "Mission Impossible II." She's also had a recurring role on "ER" over the years as Kem. Newton has been married to British director Ol Parker since 1998 and the couple have two daughters. Newton was born in London, England on this day.
November 7, 1867 - Marie Curie - Scientist
November 7, 1879 - Leon Trotsky - Revolutionary
November 7, 1913 - Albert Camus - Writer/ playwright/ novelist   -Albert Camus was born in Mondovi, Algeria on this day.
November 7, 1918 - Billy Graham - Religious Reader
November 7, 1922 - Al Hirt - Musician
November 7, 1926 - Joan Sutherland - Singer
November 7, 1937 - Mary Travers - Singer
November 7, 1943 - Joni Mitchell - Singer
November 7, 1950 - Lindsay Duncan - Actress - Duncan is probably best recognized by American audiences as Servillia on the epic series "Rome' from 2005-2007. her film credits include "Under the Tuscan Sun," "A Midsummer Night's dream" and "City Hall," as well  as lending her voice talents to "Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace." Duncan next appears in Tim Burton's film vision of "Alice in Wonderland." Duncan was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, on this day.
November 7, 1972 - Jason London - Actor - London has starred in films such as "Dazed and Confused," "To Wong Foo, thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar" and "Greed." He's appeared on television with twin brother Jeremy in an episode of "7th Heaven" and starred in the 2000 miniseries "Jason and the Argonauts." London is the ex-husband of actress Charlie Spradling. London was born in San Diego on this day.
November 8, 1884 - Hermann Rorschach
November 8, 1907 - Katherine Hepburn - Actress
November 8, 1922 - Christian Barnard - Surgeon
November 8, 1949 - Bonnie Raitt - Singer
November 8, 1950 - Philip Sedgwick - Astrologer
November 8, 1966 - Gordon Ramsay -is a Scottish celebrity chef, television personality and entrepreneur. Cooking style French Cuisine. Stars on the American TV show 2005  "Hell's Kitchen" and 2007 "Kitchen Nightmares," based on his successful British show "Ramsey's Kitchen Nightmares." Born Gordon James Ramsay in Johnstone, Scotland, UK.
November 8, 1968 - Parker Posey - Actress - Posey has made her mark in such independent films as "Waiting for Guffman," "Clockwatchers' and "A Mighty Wind." She's also appeared in major features like "Superman Returns," "The Eye" and "Scream 3." recently, she had recurring roles on the series "Boston Legal" and the short-lived shoe "The Return of Jezebel James." Her latest project will be appearing on the new cable series "Bored to Death." Posey was born in Baltimore on this day.
November 8, 1975 - Tara Reid - Actress - Reid has appeared in such films as "Jose and the Pussycats," "American Pie" and "Alone in the Dark." She briefly had her own TV series in 2005 titled "Taradise" that lasted less than a month. Upcoming films for Reid include "Vipers," "land of Canaan" and "Clean Break." Reid was born in Wyckoff, New Jersey on this day.
November 8, 1985 - Jack Osbourne - Reality-TV star son of Ozzy Osbourne
November 9, 1826 - Charubel - Astrologer
November 9, 1853 -Stanford White
November 9, 1913 -  Hedy Lamarr
November 9, 1914 - Hedy Lamarr - Actress
November 9, 1918 - Spiro Agnew - Politician
November 9, 1934 - Carl Sagan - Scientist
November 9, 1952 - Lou Ferrigno - Celebrity,  Actor and American Bodybuilder - Ferrigno has appeared in such TV shows as "The Incredible Hulk" and movies "Pumping Iron" starring with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Franco Columbu, "Sinbad of the Seven Seas," and in the title role, "Hercules" in 1973. He is more recently known for playing a recurring role , as himself , in the sitcom "The King of Queens." Born Louis Jude Ferrigno in Brooklyn, New York on this date.
November 9, 1981 - Scottie Thompson - Actress - Thompson might be best known for her recurring role as Dr. Joanne Benoit on the hit show "NCIS." She's also guest-starred on recent episodes of "The Closer," "Bones" and "Eli Stone," as well as appearing in the blockbuster film "Star Trek.." the Harvard graduate has studied ballet for most of her life. Thompson was born in richmond, Va., on this day.
November 10, 1483 -Martin Luther
November 10, 1889 -Claude Rains
November 10, 1925 - Richard Burton - Actor
November 10, 1932 - Roy Scheider - Actor
November 10, 1945 - Sir John Sparrow David  Thompson - 4th Prime Minister of Canada - was also a Canadian lawyer and judge and also the Premier 0f Nova Scotia in 1882. He was the first Roman Catholic to hold office. Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia on this day.
November 10, 1946 - David A. Stockman - Political Aide
November 10, 1959 - Mackenzie Phillips - Actress
November 10, 1969 - Ellen Pompeo - Actress - Pompeo may be familiar to TV viewers as Dr. Meredith Grey on the hit medical drama "Grey Anatomy." Beginning her career in commercials and later moving to small roles in shows like "Law & Order" and "Stranger With Candy," Pompeo went on to appear on the big screen in the films "Catch Me If You Can," "Old School" and "Daredevil." The actress is married to record producer Chris Ivery. Pompeo was born in Everett, Mass. on this day.
November 10, 1969 - Brittany Murphy - Actress - Murphy provided the voice of ditzy Luanne on the series "King of the Hill" from 1997 until the end of its run this past September (2009). On the big screen, Murphy has had memorable roles in films such as "Clueless," "sin City" and "Uptown Girls." she charted with her successful club single "Faster Kill Pussycat" in 2006 and sang on the soundtrack of the animated feature "Happy Feet." Murphy was born in Atlanta on this day.
November 11, 1821 - F. Dostoevsky - Writer
November 11, 1885 - George S. Patton, Jr. - Was a leading U.S. Army General in World War II in campaigns in North Africa, Sicily, France, and Germany, 1943–1945. In World War I he was a senior commander of the new tank corps and saw action in France. After the war he was an advocate of armored warfare but was reassigned to the cavalry. In World War II he commanded both corps and armies in North Africa, Sicily, and the European Theater of Operations. George Smith Patton was born in San Gabriel Township, California (in what is now the city of San Marino) on this day.
November 11, 1918 - George Patton - Military
November 11, 1922 - Kurt Vonnegaut - Writer - Was a prolific and genre-bending American novelist known for works blending satire, black comedy and science fiction, such as Slaughterhouse-Five (1969), Cat's Cradle (1963), and Breakfast of Champions (1973). Born in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States on this day.
November 11, 1925 - Jonathan Winters - Comedian
November 11, 1962 - Demi Moore - Actress - Movies "Blame it on Rio" 1983 played Nicole "Nikki" Hollis. "St. Elmo's Fire," "The Seventh Sign," "Ghost," "The Scarlet Letter," "Striptease," "G.I. Jane," "Charlie's Angeles: Full Throttle." First husband songwriter Freddy Moore, second husband actor Bruce Willis, third husband actor Ashton Kutcher. Born Demetria Gene Guynus  in Roswell, New Mexico on this date.
November 11, 1962 - Calista Flockhart - Actress - Flockhart had her greatest success to date playing the title role in the hit comedy "Ally McBeal" from 1997-2002. These days, Flockhart stars opposite Oscar winner Sally Field on the series "Brothers & Sisters." On the big screen, she's appeared in films such as "The Birdcage," "The Last Shot" and "Fragile." This popular entertainer is engaged to megastar Harrison Ford. Flockhart was born in Freeport, Ill., on this date.
November 12, 1833 - Alexander Borodin - Composer
November 12, 1840 - Auguste Rodin - Sculpture
November 12, 1929 - Grace Kelly - Royalty
November 12, 1934 - Charles Manson - Is an American criminal who led the "Manson Family," a quasi-commune that arose in the U.S. state of California in the later 1960s. He was found guilty of conspiracy to commit the Tate/LaBianca murders, which members of the group carried out at his instruction. Through the joint-responsibility rule of conspiracy, he was convicted of the murders themselves.
Manson is associated with "Helter Skelter," the term he took from the Beatles song of that name and construed as an apocalyptic race war that the murders were intended to precipitate. This connection with rock music linked him, from the beginning of his notoriety, with pop culture, in which he became an emblem of insanity, violence, and the macabre. Ultimately, the term was used as the title of the book that prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi wrote about the Manson murders. At the time the Family began to form, Manson was an unemployed ex-convict, who had spent half his life in correctional institutions for a variety of offenses. In the period before the murders, he was a distant fringe member of the Los Angeles music industry, chiefly via a chance association with Beach Boy Dennis Wilson. After Manson was charged with the crimes, recordings of songs written and performed by him were released commercially. Artists including Guns N' Roses and Marilyn Manson have covered his songs in the decades since. Manson's death sentence was automatically reduced to life imprisonment when a decision by the Supreme Court of California temporarily eliminated the state's death penalty. California's eventual reestablishment of capital punishment did not affect Manson, who is an inmate at Corcoran State Prison. Born Charles Milles Maddox to unmarried, 16-year-old Kathleen Maddox in Cincinnati General Hospital, in Cincinnati, Ohio on this day.
November 12, 1945 - Neil Young - Singer
November 12, 1961 - Nadia Comaneci - Athlete
November 12, 1973 - Radha Mitchell - Actress - Mitchell has starred in such hit movies as "Surrogates," "Man on Fire" and "Pitch Black.." She's also appeared on the small screen in the 2001 TV movie "Uprising" and the short-lived series "The Chosen" and "Sugar And Spice." Mitchell's next film will be a starring role in the horror-thriller remake of George Romero's 1973 film "The Crazies." Mitchell was born in Melbourne, Australia, on this day.
November 13, 1833 -Edwin Booth
November 13, 1850 - Robert L. Stevenson - Writer
November 13, 1928 - Michel Gauguelin - Astrologer
November 13, 1949 - Whoppi Goldberg - Comedienne/ actress.
November 13, 1954 - Chris Noth - Actor - Noth might be best known to TV viewers as Dectective Mike Logan, a role that he played on "Law & Order" from 1990-95 and again on "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" from 2005-08. He also portrayed Mr. Big on "sex and the City" during its highly successful run from 1998-2004. Noth is romantically involved with Canadian actress Tara Wilson and the couple celebrated the birth of their first child in January. Noth was born in Madison, Wis., on this day.
November 13, 1967 - Jimmy Kimmel - Television host - Kimmel has hosted the popular talk show "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" since 2003. He won an Emmy as Ben's Stein's sidekick on "Win Ben Stein's Money" in 1999 and also hosted "The Man Show." Kimmel produced the popular comedy series "Cranker Yankers" and was a frequent guest on "Fox NFL Sunday." He also has lent his voice talents to the shows "Family Guy" and "Robot Chicken." Kimmel was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., on this day.
November 14, 1840 - Claude Monet
November 14, 1896 - Mamie Eisenhower - First Lady
November 14, 1908 - Joseph McCarthy - Politician
November 14, 1912 - Barbara Hutton - Actress
November 14, 1935 - King Hussein - Jordan Royalty
November 14, 1948 - Prince Charles of England - The Prince Charles, Prince of Wales - Royalty - Is the eldest son of Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. He has held the title of Prince of Wales since 1958, and is styled "His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales", except in Scotland, where he is styled "His Royal Highness The Prince Charles, Duke of Rothesay". The title "Duke of Cornwall" is often used for the Prince in relation to Cornwall.Charles is Heir Apparent, equally and separately, to the thrones of sixteen sovereign states known as the Commonwealth realms; he will most likely reside in and be directly involved with the United Kingdom. He will not, however, necessarily inherit the title Head of the Commonwealth. Though the Prince is first in line to the thrones, in the United Kingdom order of precedence he is third, after his parents, and is typically fourth or fifth in other realms' precedence orders, following his mother, the relevant vice-regal representative(s), and his father.
The Prince of Wales is well known for his extensive charity work, which includes The Prince's Trust, The Prince's Drawing School, The Prince's Regeneration Trust, The Prince's Foundation for the Built Environment, The Prince's Charities and The Prince's Charities Foundation. He also carries out a full schedule of royal duties and, increasingly, is taking on more duties from his elderly parents as official representative of the Queen and deputy for his father. The Prince is also well known for his marriages to the late Diana, Princess of Wales and, subsequently, to Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. Prince Charles was born at Buckingham Palace, London, England on this day.
November 14, 1962 - Laura San Giacomo - Italian American Actress - Giacomo greatest success came with portraying Maya Gallo on the hit comedy series "Just Shoot Me!" she's appeared in movies such as "Pretty Woman" and "Sex, Lies and Videotape" "Quigley Down Under" (1990), as well as starring in the Stephen King TV miniseries "The Stand." Also playing on "Saving Grace" as  Rhetta Rodriguez.  Giacomo was born in West Orange, New .Jersey., on this day.
November 14, 1975 - Travis Barker - Punk Rocker
November 15, 1882 -Felix Frankfurther
November 15, 1887 -Georgia O'Keeffe
November 15, 1891 - Erwin Romel - Military
November 15, 1925 - Howard Baker - Chief of Staff
November 15, 1929 - Ed Asner - Actor
November 15, 1932 - Petula Clark - Actress
November 15, 1940 - Sam Waterston - Actor
November 15, 1951 - Beverly D'Angelo - Actress - D'Angelo is probably best known for playing Ellen Griswold in "National Lampoon's Vacation" and it's sequels. Recently, she's had recurring roles on "Law & Order: SVU" and "Entourage," and voiced Lurleen Lumpkin in two episodes of "the Simpsons." This actress was the significant other of Oscar winner Al Pacino from 1997-2003 and the couple have two children. D'Angelo was born in Columbus, Ohio, on this day.
November 15, 1956 - Ashley Cox - Model
November 15, 1988 - Zena Grey - Actress - grey has starred in such family films as "Snow Day," "Max Keeble's Big Move" and, most recently "The Shaggy Dog." She made her acting debut in the Broadway production of "the Herbal Bed," and her first film was appearing with Oscar winners Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie in "The Bone Collector." Grey was born in New York, New York on this day.
November 16, 1889 -George S. Kaufman
November 16, 1936 - Dick Cavett - TV Host
November 16, 1970 - Martha Plimpton - Actress - Plimpton has earned three consecutive Tony nominations for her stage work; most recently was her 2009 nomination for her performance in "Pal Joey." She appeared regularly on the hit series "ER" in the '90s and has joined the cast of "Grey's Anatomy" this season in a recurring role. On the big screen, Plimpton has starred in films such as "the Goonies," "parenthood" and "200 Cigarettes." Plimpton was born in New York City on this day.
November 16, 1976 - Lisa Bonet - Actress - Stared in the "Bill Cosby Show."
November 16, 1977 - Maggie Gyllenhaal  - Actress.- Made her debut in her father, Stephen Gyllenhaal,'s film Waterland (1992) and emerged as full-blown star in Secretary (2002). Her sweet looks and conduct has a deep on-screen subtle style that emerges from the characters she plays, large part or small. Gyllenhaal's career has already shown through her presence on screen. Her lastest staring role is playing Rachel Dawes in "The Dark Knight" (2008). Born Maggie Ruth Gyllenhaal in Lower East Side, New York, New York, USA on this day.
November 17, 1901 -Lee Strasberg
November 17, 1907 - Francis Regardie - Occultist
November 17, 1925 - Rock Hudson - Actor
November 17, 1938 - Gordon Lightfoot - Singer
November 17, 1942 - Martin Scorsese - Director - Scorsese won Best Director Oscar of 2006 for his film "The Departed." He's also directed such classic movies as "Taxi Driver," "Raging Bull" and "GoodFellas." In Scorsese's first feature film in 1967, he directed a then unknown Harvey Keitel in "Who's That Knocking At My Door?" Scorsese was born in New York on this day.
November 17, 1943 - Lauren Hutton - Actress
November 17, 1944 - Danny DeVito - Comedian Actor and film Producer.
November 17, 1944 - Lorne Michaels TV producer. Michaels co-created the popular "Saturday Night Live" comedy series in 1975 and has won six Emmy awards as producer and writer of the show during its 35-yearrun. Michaels also won two more recent Emmys as executive producer of the hit comedy series "30 Rock" since 2006. He's also produced movies such as "Baby Mama," "Coneheads" and "Wayne's World." Michaels was born in Toronto, Canada, on this day.
November 18, 1860 - Ignace Paderewski - Musician
November 18, 1931 - Prince R. Orsini - Royalty
November 18, 1939 - Brenda Vacarro - Actress
November 18, 1953 - Kevin Nealon - Actor - Nealon currently stars as Doug Wilson on the popular comedy series "Weeds." Nealon made his mark in TV with a stint as a cast member on "Saturday Night Live" from 1986-1995. He's appeared in movies such as "Get Smart," "You Don't Mess With the Zohan" and "Anger Management." This funnyman has benn married to actress Susan Yeagly since 2005 and the couple has one son. Nealon was born in St. Bridgeport, Conn., on this date.
November 18, 1970 - Peta Wilson - Actress - Wilson got her big break when she assumed the role of the beguiling spy in the popular TV series "La Femme Nikita." This former model has also appeared in major films such as "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen," "Superman Returns" and "Joe and Max," and had guest-starring spots on episodes of "Two Twisted" and "Jonny Zero." Peta was born in Sydney, Australia on this day.
November 19, 1831 - James Garfield - President US
November 19, 1862 - Billy Sunday - Religious Leader
November 19, 1483 - Martin Luther - Religious Leader
November 19, 1908 - Alistair Cooke - TV Host- Born Alfred Cooke
November 19, 1917 - Indira Gandhi - Political Leader
November 19, 1921 - Roy Campanella - Sports Figure
November 19, 1933 - Larry King - TV Host - King has hosted the popular cable talk show "Larry King Live" since 1987. He got his start in broadcasting on a Miami radio station in the 1950s and '60s and later became a commentator for the Miami Dolphins on radio during the '70s. born Lawrence Zeiger, King worked as a journalist for Esquire magazine before landing a nationally telecast radio show in 1978 that was quite similar to his current television show's format. King was born in Brooklyn on this day.
November 19, 1938 - Dick Cavett - Iis an American former television talk show host known for his conversational style and in-depth discussion of issues. He and Johnny Carson are the only talk program hosts to be seen on a regular basis on United States national television in five consecutive decades, in Cavett's case the 1960s through the 2000s. (While Larry King has also had television talk programs in those decades, the programs he had in the 1960s and 1970s were limited to broadcast on local stations in Miami, WPST and WTVJ.) In recent years he has promoted DVDs of his former shows and has hosted replays of his classic TV interviews with Groucho Marx, Katharine Hepburn and others on Turner Classic Movies channel. Cavett was born in Gibbon, Nebraska on this day.
November 19, 1938 - Ted Turner - Celebrity
November 19, 1954 - Kathleen Quinlan - Actress - Kathleen earned a 1995 Oscar nomination for her portrayal of Marilyn Lovell in Ron Howard's "Apollo 13." She appeared recently in a recurring role on the hit series "Prison Break," and made guest appearances on "House" and "CSI." Her vast number of film credits include movies such as "The Hills Have Eyes," "Breakdown" and "The Doors." Kathleen was born in Pasadena, California, on this day.
November 19, 1961 - Meg Ryan - Actress
November 19, 1962 - Jody Foster - Actress/ Director
November 20 1841 - Sir Wilfred Laurier - 7th Prime Minister of Canada. Canada's first francophone prime minister, Laurier was considered one of the country's greatest statesman. He is well known for his policies of conciliation, expanding Confederation, and compromise between French and English Canada. His vision for Canada was a land of individual liberty and decentralized  federalism. He also argued for an English-French partnership in Canada. Born in Saint-Lin, Quebec and baptized as Henri-Charles-Wilfred Laurier. 
November 20, 1916 - Judy Canova - Actress
November 20, 1925 - Kay Ballard - Comedienne
November 20, 1925 - Robert Kennedy - Attorney General
November 20, 1939 - Dick Smothers - Comedian
November 20, 1942 - Joseph Robinette "Joe" Biden, Jr. born November 20, 1942 is the senior United States Senator from Delaware and the Vice President-elect of the United States. Biden was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and lived there for ten years prior to moving to Delaware. He became an attorney in 1969, and was elected to a county council in 1970. Biden was first elected to the Senate in 1972 and became the fifth-youngest senator in U.S. history. He was re-elected to the Senate in 1978, 1984, 1990, 1996, 2002, and 2008, and has served for the sixth-longest period among current senators.
November 20, 1948 - Richard Masur - Actor
November 20, 1956 - Bo Derek - Sex Symbol - Starred in the classic movie "10"
November 20, 1978 - Nadine Velazquez
November 20, 1989 - Cody Linley - Actor - Linley is best known to young viewers as Jake Ryan on the popular kids' series "Hannah Montana." He's also appeared on "That's So Raven" and "Walker, Texas Ranger," as well as being a contestant on "Dancing With the Stars." The young entertainer has also appeared in movies such as "Miss Congeniality," "Cheaper By The Dozen" and "Hoot." Linley was born in Lewisville, Texas, on this day.
November 21, 1694 - Votaire - Writer
November 21, 1920 - Stan Musial - Sports Figure
November 21, 1937 - Marlo Thomas - Actress -   Marlo is the daughter of the late comedian Danny Thomas. Thomas made her mark in television portraying Ann Marie on the hit sitcom "that Girl" from 1966-1971. Recently, Thomas has appeared in episodes of "Ugly Betty," "Law & Order: SVU" and "Friends." She's also appeared in films such as "Thieves," "Jenny " and the TV movie. "It' Happened One Christmas." This actress is married to celebrated TV talk host Phil Donahue. Marlo was born in Detroit on this day.
November 21, 1944 - Harold Ramis - Actor / Director/ Screenwriter
November 21, 1945 - Goldie Hawn - Actress - Hawn won a best supporting actress Oscar in 1970 for her work in the film "Cactus Flower," after rising to stardom on the hugely popular '60s TV series "Rowen And Martin's Laugh-In." She continued to have big-screen success in films such as "Private Benjamin," "Death Becomes Her" and her most recent hit, "The Banger Sisters." Hawn is the mother of star Kate Hudson and the longtime partner of actor Kurt Russell. Hawn was born in Washington, D.C., on this day.


Determined and forceful
Emotional and intuitive
Powerful and passionate
Exciting and magnetic

On the dark side....

Jealous and resentful
Compulsive and obsessive
Secretive and obstinate




  • Truth
  • Hidden Causes
  • Being involved
  • Work That is Meaningful
  • Being Persuasive
  • Being Given Only Surface data
  • Taken Advantage of
  • Demeaning Jobs
  • Shallow Relationships
  • Flattery and Flattering

The color of choice for Scorpio is DARK DEEP RED TO MAROON



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