Famous People with the Sun In Virgo


(AUG. 23-SEPT. 22)

August 23, 1912 - Gene Kelly - Dancer and singer
August 23, 1917 - Tex Williams
August 23, 1934 - Barbara Eden - TV actress - Eden is best known as the cute, sexy, sultry title character of the popular '60s comedy "I Dream of Jeannie." She's appeared in such films as "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea," "The Brass Bottle" and "7 Faces of Dr. Lao." Recently, she's appeared on episodes of "Army Wives" and "the Georg Lopez Show," as well as in a recurring role on Sabrina, The Teenage Witch." Eden was born in Tucson, Arizona on this day.
August 23, 1949 - Rick Springfield - Singer
August 23, 1949 - Shelly Long - Comedienne Actress
August 23, 1970 - River Phoenix - Actor
August 23, 1978 - Kobe Bryant
August 24, 1770 - Friedrich Hegal - Writer
August 24, 1922 - Rene Levesques - Was a reporter, a minister of the government of Quebec, Canada for the Liberal Party and finally the 23rd Premier of Quebec and founder of the Parti Quebecois.
August 24, 1929 - Yasser Arafat
August 24, 1944 - Chris Chubbock - Celebrity
August 24, 1958 - Steve Guttenberg - Actor
August 24, 1965 - Marlee Matlin
August 24, 1973 - David Chappelle - Comedian and stand-up entertainer
August 24, 1981 - Chad Michael Murray- Actor - Murray's biggest claim to fame was portraying Lucas Scott on the series "One Tree Hill." He's appeared on episodes of "Gilmore Girls" and "CSI" and has starred in the films "House of Wax," "Freaky Friday" and "A Cinderella Story." Murray was briefly married to "One Tree Hill" co-star Sophia Bush for five months in 2005. Murray was born in Clarence, New York, on this day.
August 25, 1854 - Francis Bret Harte
August 25, 1918 - Leonard Bernstein - Conductor
August 25, 1918 - George Wallace - Politician
August 25, 1923 - Monty Hall - TV game show host
August 25, 1930 - Sean Connery - Actor
August 25, 1931 - Regis Philbin - TV Personality/ TV Persenter/ TV Host/ Game Show Host and occasional actor - Regis is often called "the hardest working man in show business," and holds the Guinness World Record for the most time spent in front of a television camera. His trademarks include his exciting manner, his New York Bronx accent, and irreverent ad-libs. He is mostly widely known for Live with Regis and Kelly, Who Wants to Millionaire , for hosting the first season of America's got Talent, and Million Dollar Password (2008). Born Regis Francis Xavier Philbin in New York City, New York on this day.
August 25, 1947 - Anne Archer - Actress
August 25, 1949 - Gene Simmons - Guitarist of K.I.S.S.
August 25, 1954 - Elvis Costello - Singer
August 25, 1958 - Bill Ray Cyrus - Country western singer
August 25, 1958 - Tim Burton
August 25, 1964 - Blair Underwood
August 25, 1968 - Rachael Ray - Ray waited tables before she earned fame as host of the popular cooking shows "30 Minute Meals" and "$40 A Day" and launched her own syndicated talk show "Rachael Ray." She is well known for catch phrase such as EVOO (Extra Virgin Olive Oil) and "yum-o." Besides authoring numerous cookbooks, her magazine "every Day With Rachael Ray" has bee published since 2005. She has appeared on "Sesame Street" and currently host the series "Rachael's Vacation." Ray was born in Glens Falls, New York on this day.
August 25, 1970 - Claudia Schiffer - Super Model
August 25, 1973 - Fatih Akin
August 25, 1987 - Blake Lively - Is an American actress. She stars in the book-based successful TV series "Gossip Girl" as the main character Serena van der Woodsen, and has appeared in several films including "Accepted" and "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" (2005) and the sequel "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2" (2008). Lively started out in film with a bit role in Sandman in 1998. In 2005, Lively played Bridget in The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, for which she received a Teen Choice Award nomination for "Choice Movie Breakout - Female. Upcoming projects for Lively will be appearances in the films "New York, I Love Yoy" and "The Private Lives of Pippa Lee." Lively is the sister of actors Jason and Robyn Lively. Born Blake Christina Lively in Tarzana, California on this day.
August 26, 1819 - Prince Albert - Royalty
August 26, 1904 - Christopher Isherwood - Religious Figure
August 26, 1921 - Zipporah Dobyns - Astrologer
August 26, 1923 - Richard Attenborough - TV Host
August 26, 1965 - Chris Burke
August 26, 1970 - Melissa McCarthy - Actress - McCarthy co-stars on the sitcom "Samantha Who'' playing Dena a childhood friend of star Christina Applegate's title character. McCarthy broke into comedy at New York City clubs, than made her TV debut on the 1997 MTV comedy-variety show that starred her cousin, Jenny McCarthy "The Jenny McCarthy Show." Her big break, though, came in 2000, in the role of sweet-natured chef Sookie St. James on the series "Gilmore Girls." Melissa studied with The Actors Studio in New York; also a member of The Groundlings Main Company, an I provisional comedy and sketch troupe. Her film credits are Go, Drowning Mona, auto Motives, The Kid, Charlie's angels, Pumpkin, white Oleander, the Life of David Gale, The Nines, and Cook-Off!, Her TV credits Gilmore Girls, The Jenny McCarthy Show, D.C., Kim Possible, Curb Your Enthusiasm. McCarthy was born in Plainfield, Ill. on this day.
August 26, 1971 - Thalia
August 26, 1980 - Macaulay Culkin
August 26, 1980 - Chris Pine - Actor - Pine's star has been on the rise since taking on the choice role of Captain James T. Kirk in the recent hit movie "Star Trek." Pine's other film credits include "The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement," "Smokin' Aces" and "Blind Dating." Pine made his acting debut with a 2003 appearance on "CSI: Miami" and "Six Feet Under." Pine was born in Los Angeles, California, on this day.
August 26, 1993 - Keke Palmer - Actress and singer - Palmer has starred in the films "Akeelah and the Bee" and "Jump! In" Her acting career began with an appearance in the movie "Barbershop" and she has appeared on television on series such as "ER," "Cold Case" and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit." Palmer released her debut album "So Uncool" this past fall. Palmer was born in Harvey, Ill. on this day.
August 27, 1871 - Theodore Dreiser - Writer
August 27, 1908 - Lyndon B. Johnson - President USA
August 27, 1910 - Mother Teresa - Humanitarian
August 27, 1929 - Yasser Arafat - Political Figure
August 27, 1931 - Sri Chinmoy - Religious Leader
August 27, 1939 - Pee Wee Herman - Comedian and Actor
August 27, 1943 - Tuesday Weld - Actress
August 27, 1947 - Barbara Bach - Actress - Bach may be best known for portraying Bond girl Anya Amasova in "The Spy Who Loved Me," as well as being wife of former Beatle Ringo Starr since 1981. Bach starred opposite Ringo in the 1980 comedy "Caveman" and worked together on several of ringo's musical projects. Bach has also starred in such films as "Force 10 from Navarone" and "Give My Regards to Board Street." Bach was born in Queens, New York on this day.
August 27, 1952 - Paul Reubens "Pee-wee Herman"
August 27, 1961 - Julie Brown - TV Hostess
August 27, 1976 - Sarah Chalke - Actress - Stars on the NBC sitcom "Scrubs" as Dr. Elliot Reid from 2001-09. Chalke also had a recent recurring role as Stella Zinman on the sitcom "How I Met Your Mother." Chalke learned the ropes of television acting as Becky on the hit series "Roseanne" from 1993-1997. She recently starred in the miniseries "Maneater" and has appeared in such films as "Chaos Theory," "Cake" and "Alchemy."  She speaks German and French fluently.Sarah was born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and was raised in Vancouver.
August 27, 1980 - Stephanie Beard - Is a Canadian actress, voice actress and television and radio personality. Her radio host persona goes by Suga BayBee, and as co-host of The Zone, she was called Sugar or Miss Sugar. From 2001 to 2007, Beard hosted The Zone, a series of short interstitial segments aired between regular weekday programming on the Canadian children's network YTV. Her distinctive "high-pitched and squeaky" voice can be heard on a number of Japanese anime productions that have been dubbed into English, including Sailor Moon (Rini), Beyblade (Ming-Ming) and Mirmo! (Momo Umezono). She voiced Creech from the series of CyberChase. She has also played Wish Bear in the most recent Care Bears movies, Journey to Joke-a-lot and the Big Wish Movie. She also plays Kara on Di-Gata Defenders, a show on Teletoon. Another movie in which she appeared is "The Santa Claus Brothers" which is frequently shown on YTV in December. Her voice is often mistaken for that of Tara Strong, who provided the voice for Bubbles in the PowerPuff Girls series and movie. Beard's Suga BayBee was also a major character on the Mad Dog and Billie morning show formerly aired on Toronto radio station Kiss 92 FM. Her performance of "The Real Suga BayBee", a parody of Eminem's "The Real Slim Shady", became a local hit on that station. The song became popular enough that AMVs surfaced by fans and due to them Beard posted a video on YouTube to thank her many fans.Beard was born in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada on this day.
August 28, 1749 -  Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - Writer
August 28, 1917 - Jack Kirby - Cartoonist
August 28, 1938 - Paul Martin - 21st Prime Minister of Canada
August 28, 1957 - Daniel Stern
August 28, 1958 - Scott Hamilton
August 28, 1960 - Emma Samms
August 28, 1964 - Suzy Sachs
August 28, 1965 - Shania Twain - Canadian country Singer
August 28, 1965 - Amanda Tapping - Actress - Tapping starred as Col. Samantha Carter on the popular cable sci-fi series "Stargate SG-1" and reprised the role in the spin-off series "Stargate: Atlantis." Currently, Tapping stars as Dr. Helen Magnus on the sci-fi series "Sanctuary." On the big screen, Tapping has appeared in movies such as "Life or Something Like it," "Blacktop" and "Booty Call." Tapping was born in Essex, England, on this very day.
August 28, 1969 - Jack Black - Actor and Comedian - Black biggest accomplishment to date is his Golden Globe-nominated role in the 2004 comedy "School of Rock." He also makes up half of the comedy duo Tenacious D with partner Kyle Glass. Recently he starred in films such as "Nacho Libre," "King Kong" and "Be Kind Rewind." An early role for a very young Black was an appearance in a commercial for the popular Ataria game "Pitfall." Black was born in Hermosa Beach, California on this day.
August 28, 1976 - Dwayne Williams - Comedian and Actor
August 29, 1876 - Frances Kettering - Engineer
August 29, 1907 - Don Loper - Designer
August 29, 1935 - William Friedklin - Director - Friedkin was responsible for directing the horror blockbuster "The Exorcist" in 1973 and the Oscar winning crime drama "The French Connection" in 1971. His recent work includes directing the critically acclaimed horror film "Bug" and directing an episode of "CSI." Friedkin has been married to actresses Jeanne Moreau and Lesley-Anne Down and is currently married to former Paramount Pictures CEO Sherry Lansing. Friedkin was born in Chicago, Illinois on this day.
August 29, 1941 - Robin Leach - TV Host of the "Lifestyles of of the Rich and Famous."
August 29, 1962 - Maeterlinck - Historical Figure
August 29, 1915 - Ingrid Bergman - Actress
August 29, 1936 - John McCain - Is the senior United States Senator from Arizona and presumptive nominee of the Republican Party in the 2008 presidential election. McCain graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1958 and became a naval aviator, flying ground-attack aircraft from aircraft carriers. During the Vietnam War, he nearly lost his life in the 1967 USS Forrestal fire. Later that year while on a bombing mission over North Vietnam, he was shot down, badly injured, and captured as a prisoner of war by the North Vietnamese. He was held from 1967 to 1973, experiencing episodes of torture and refusing an out-of-sequence early repatriation offer; his war wounds would leave him with lifelong physical limitations. He retired from the Navy as a captain in 1981 and, moving to Arizona, entered politics. Elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1982, he served two terms, and was then elected to the U.S. Senate in 1986, winning re-election easily in 1992, 1998, and 2004. While generally adhering to conservative principles, McCain has gained a media reputation as a "maverick" for disagreeing with his party on several key issues. After being investigated and largely exonerated in a political influence scandal of the 1980s as a member of the "Keating Five", he made campaign finance reform one of his signature concerns, which eventually led to the passage of the McCain-Feingold Act in 2002. He is also known for his work towards restoring diplomatic relations with Vietnam in the 1990s, and for his belief that the war in Iraq should be fought to a successful conclusion in the 2000s. McCain has chaired the powerful Senate Commerce Committee, and has been a leader in seeking to rein in both pork barrel spending as well as Senate filibusters of judicial nominations. McCain lost his bid for the Republican nomination in the 2000 presidential election to George W. Bush. He ran again for the Republican presidential nomination in 2008, and gained enough delegates to become the party's presumptive nominee in March 2008. Born John Sidney McCain III at Coco Solo Naval Air Station in the Panama Canal Zone on this day.
August 29, 1938 - Elliot Gould - Actor - Gould may be best known to younger moviegoers as Reuben Tishkoff from "Ocean's Eleven" and the two sequels. He earned a 1969 Oscar nomination for his performance in "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice" and has also starred in such classics as "M.A.S.H." "A Bridge Too Far," and "Capricorn One." Gould was the husband of Barbra Streisand from 1963-1971. Gould was born in Brooklyn, New York on this day.
August 29, 1958 - Michael Jackson - Pop star, Singer - Known as the "King of Pop". was an American recording artist, entertainer and businessman. The seventh child of the Jackson family, he made his debut on the professional music scene in 1968 as a member of The Jackson 5. He then began a solo career in 1971 while still a member of the group and was referred to as the "King of Pop" in subsequent years. Jackson's 1982 album Thriller remains the world's best-selling album of all time, and four of his other solo studio albums are among the world's best-selling records: Off the Wall (1979), Bad (1987), Dangerous (1991) and HIStory (1995). In the early 1980s, he became a dominant figure in popular music and the first African American entertainer to amass a strong crossover following on MTV. The popularity of his music videos airing on MTV, such as "Beat It", "Billie Jean" and "Thriller"—widely credited with transforming the music video from a promotional tool into an art form—helped bring the relatively new channel to fame. Videos such as "Black or White" and "Scream" made Jackson an enduring staple on MTV in the 1990s. With stage performances and music videos, Jackson popularized a number of physically complicated dance techniques, such as the robot and the moonwalk. His distinctive musical sound and vocal style influenced many hip hop, pop and contemporary R&B artists across several generations.
One of the few artists to have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice, his other achievements include multiple Guinness World Records—including one for "Most Successful Entertainer of All Time"—13 Grammy Awards, 13 number one singles in his solo career, and the sale of 750 million records worldwide. At the time of his death, he was preparing for This Is It, a series of 50 concerts that would have been held in London beginning July 13, 2009. Michael Joseph Jackson was born the seventh of nine children on August 29, 1958 in Gary, Indiana, an industrial suburb of Chicago, on this day.
August 30, 1797 - Mary Godwin Shelley - Writer
August 30, 1908 - Fred MacMurray - Actor
August 30, 1919 - Kitty Wells
August 30, 1928 - Dr. Ruth Westheimer
August 30, 1943 - Jean Claud Killy - Skier
August 30, 1951 - Timothy Bottoms - Actor
August 30, 1966 - Michael Michele
August 30, 1972 - Cameron Diaz - Actress and Film star
August 30, 1973 - Lisa Ling - TV host - Ling served as co-host of the popular morning show "the View" from 1999 to 2002. She's also hosted National Geographic's "Explorer" series and is special correspondent on "The Oprah Winfrey Show." Ling embarked upon her career in TV journalism by hosting the teen TV news magazine "Scratch" at the age of 18. Ling was born in Sacramento, California on this day.
August 31, 1880 - Queen Wilhelmina - Neth. Royalt
August 31, 1903 - Arthur Godfrey - Entertainer
August 31, 1908 - William Saroyan - Writer
August 31, 1914 - Richard Basehart - Actor - Starred in "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea."
August 31, 1916 - Daniel Schorr - Jounalist
August 31, 1918 - Alan Jay Lerner
August 31, 1924 - Buddy Hackett - Actor
August 31, 1928 - James Coburn - Comedian Actor
August 31, 1949 - Richard Gere - Actor
August 31, 1950 - Arthur Bremer - Criminal
August 31, 1970 - Debbie Gibson - Singer - Gibson was a teen pop sensation in the 1980s with hits including the No. 1 single "Foolish Beat." In the 1990s, Gibson moved to the theatre, appearing in Broadway productions of  "Les Miserables," "Cabaret" and "Beauty and the Beast." In 2006, she revised her early pop success when her duet with singer Jordan Knight "Say Goodbye" charted successfully. Gibson was born in Brooklyn, New York on this day.
August 31, 1970 - Deborah Gibson Teen pop singer of the late 80's
August 31, 1972 - Chris Tucker
August 31, 1979 - Chad Brannon - Actor - Brannon won a Daytime Emmy portraying Zander Smith on the long-running soap opera "General Hospital" from 2001-04. he also appeared briefly on rival soap "Days of Our Lives" in 2000. He guest-starred on the series "Friday Night Lights," "Cold Case" and "Deadwood," as well as doing voiceover work on the video game "Lost Odyssey." Brannon was born in Houston, Texas, on this day.
September 1, 1875 - William Rice Burroughs - Writer
September 1. 1907 - Walter Reuther - Union Official
September 1, 1923 - Rocky Marciano - Boxer
September 1, 1931 - Lecil Martin "BoxCar Willie"
September 1, 1935 - Seiji Ozawa
September 1, 1937 - Conway Twitty
September 1, 1938 - Alan Dershowitz - Attorney
September 1, 1939 - Lilly Tomlin - Comedienne
September 1, 1946 - Barry Gibb - Singer The Bee Gees
September 1, 1950 - Dr. Phil McGraw - Dr. Phil was a successful psychologist before an appearance on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" in 1995 launched him to TV stardom. He's written the best-selling books "Life Strategies" and "Family First" and hosted his own talk show "Dr. Phil" since 2002. He's appeared on an episode of "The Simpsons" as well as a brief cameo appearance in "Scary Movie 4." Dr. Phil was born in Vinita, Oklahoma on this day.
September 1. 1957 - Gloria Estefan - Singer
September 1, 1972 - Gloria Estefan - Singer Performer
September 1, 1975 - Scott Speedman - Actor - Speedman made his mark with moviegoers as vampire Michael Corvin in the action flick "Underworld" and its sequel, "Underworld: Evolution." Speedman's first big break came when he co-starred as Ben Covington on the hit series "Felicity" that aired from 1998-2002. His other film credits include "The Strangers," "XXX: State Of The Union" and "Dark Blue." Speedman was born in London, England, on this day.
September 2, 1917 - Cleveland Amory
September 2, 1919 - Marge Champion - Dancer
September 2, 1948 - Terry Bradshaw - Sports Figure
September 2, 1951 - Mark Harmon - Actor - Harmon has starred on the hit TV series "NCIS" as LeRoy Gibbs since 2003. The son of Heisman Trophy winner Tom Harmon at the University of Michigan, Mark was the starring quarterback for the UCLA Bruins in 1972 and 1973. He's starred in the series "St. Elsewhere," as well as films such as "Summer School," "The Presidio" and "The Deliberate Stranger." Harmon is married to former "Mork & Mindy" star Pam Dawber. Harmon was born in Burbank, California on this day.
September 2, 1952 - Jimmy Connors
September 2, 1961 - Michael Thiessen - Astrologer
September 2, 1964 - Keanu Reeves - Actor - starred in the "Matrix" series
September 2, 1966 - Salma Hayek - Mexican Latino Actress - Starred in "Dust Till Dawn." Producer of "Ugly Betty."
September 2, 1976 - Erin Hershey Presley - Actress - Presley is probably best known for portraying Alison Barrington on the soap opera "Port Charles" from 2000-03. She also portrayed the same character on the soap "General Hospital" briefly in 2000. She's appeared in the movies "Americanizing Shelley" and "Marsha Potter Gets a Life." Presley is married to former "Port Charles" co-star Brain Presley. Presley was born in Seattle, Washington, on this day.
September 3, 1913 -  Alan Ladd - Actor
September 3, 1925 - Anne Jackson - Actress
September 3, 1932 - Eileen Brennan - Actress - Brennan is best known for her role as Captain Lewis in the 1980 hit comedy "Private Benjamin." Brennan would reprise the role in the spin-off series "Private Benjamin" from 1981-83 and would win an Emmy and a Golden Globe for her work. Her recent work includes recurring roles on "Will & Grace" and "7th Heaven" and appearing in the comedy film "The Kings of Appletown." Brennan was born in Los Angeles, California, on this day.
September 3, 1943 - Valarie Perrine - Actress
September 3, 1965 - Charlie Sheen - Actor - Stars in "Two And A Half Men."
September 3, 1969 - John Fugelsang - actor, host and comedian - Fugelsang may be best known as the host of "America's Funniest  Home Videos" from 1997-2000. He's appeared in recurring roles on top prime time TV shows such as "CSI" and "Providence" and in movies such as "Coyote Ugly," "Somewhere In The City" and "The Basement." As a comedian, Fugelsang was a guest on "Politically Incorrect With Bill Maher" over 20 times. Fugelsang was born in Long Island, New York on this day.
September 4, 1530 - Ivan the Terrible - Royalty
September 4, 1824 - Anton Bruckner - Composer
September 4, 1896 - Antinon Artaud - Writer
September 4, 1908 - Richard Wright - Inventor
September 4, 1913 - Micky Cohen - Gangster
September 4, 1918 - Paul Harvey - Broadcaster
September 4, 1920 - Craig Claiborne - Writer
September 4, 1929 - Tomas Eagelton - Politician
September 4, 1960 - Damon Wayans - Actor and comedian - Wayans rose to stardom as an original cast member of the popular TV sketch comedy show "In Living Color." He went on to find success on the big  screen starring in hits such as "The Last Boy Scout" and "Major Payne." He starred on the popular series "My Wife And Kids" from 2001-05 and in 2006 starred on the sketch comedy series "The Underground." Wayans was born in New York on this day.
September 4, 1970 - Ione Skye - Actress - Skye has had memorable roles in films such as "River's Edge," "Say Anything" and "Wayne's World." Her more recent work includes a recurring role on the series "Arrested Development" and a part in the recent thriller "Zodiac." Skye is the daughter of popular 60's singer/ songwriter Donovan and she recently became engaged to Australian musician Ben Lee. Skye was born in Hertfordshire, England on this day.
September 4, 1981 - Beyonce Giselle Knowles - Female Singer - Destiny's Child
September 5, 1847 - Jesse James - Western Outlaw
September 5, 1902 - Darryl F. Zanuck - Producer
September 5, 1912 - John Cage - Musician
September 5, 1913 - John Mitchell - Politician
September 5, 1927 - Paul Volcker - Federal Reserve
September 5, 1929 - Bob Newhart - Actor and comedian - Newhart is most recognized for starring in two classic TV sitcoms, "Newhart" and "Bob Newhart Show." A former accountant who turned to stand-up comedy, Newhart's comedy album "Button Down Mind" won a 1961 Grammy award. His first TV series was the unsuccessful "The Bob Newhart Show" in 1961, not be confused with the hit series of the same name that ran from 1972 to 1978. Most recently he has appeared in three "The Librarian" made-for-TV movies. Newhart was born in Oak Park, Illinois on this day.
September 5, 1940 - Raquel Welch - Actress and 60's Sex Symbol. Movies "One Million Years B.C." "Fantastic Voyage" She was born Jo Raquel Tejada in Chicago Illinois.
September 5, 1947 - Freddie Mercury - Singer
September 5, 1951 - Michael Keaton - Actor - Keaton might have achieved his greatest success to date portraying the comic hero in the 1989 blockbuster "Batman' and its 1992 sequel "Batman Returns." He also starred in the hit movies "Beetlejuice," "Johnny Dangerously' and "Night Shift." More recently, Keaton lent his voice acting talent to the animated feature "Cars" and in 2010 will play Barbie's beau ken in "Toy Story 3." Keaton was born in Coraopolis, Pa., on this day.
September 5, 1969 - Dweezil Zappa
September 5, 1973 - Rose McGowan
September 6, 1888 - Joseph Kennedy Sr. - Famous Family
September 6, 1860 - Jane Adams - Social Worker
September 6, 1944 - Swoosie Kurtz - Actress
September 6, 1947 - Jane Curtis - Actress and comedian - Curtin was among the founding members of the "Not Ready For Prime Time Players" on TV's "Saturday Night Live" from 1975 to 1980. She went on to win consecutive Emmys for her work on the offbeat series "3rd Rock From The Sun" in the '90s. In 2002 she starred opposite Paul Newman in a Broadway revival of "Our Town." Curtin was born in Wellesley, Mass. on this day.
September 6, 1958 - Jeff Foxworthy - Comedian
September 6, 1979 - Foxy Brown - Singer
September 7, 1860 Grandma Moses
September 7, 1887 - Edith Sitwell - Writer
September 7, 1900 - Taylor Caldwell - Writer
September 7, 1909 - Elia Kazan
September 7, 1923 - Peter Lawford - Actor
September 7, 1924 - Daniel Inouye - Politician
September 7, 1936 - Buddy Holly - Rock and Roll singer
September 7, 1943 - Peter Lynch - Financial Wiz
September 7, 1936 - Buddy Holly - Singer
September 7, 1969 - Angie Everhart - Model and actress - Everhart graduated from being a top model appearing in several Sports illustrated swimsuit issues to acting in films and movies. She began her career opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in "The Last Action Hero" and went on to appear in such films as "Bordello of Blood." "Jade" and "Payback." She starred in the short-lived series "UC: Undercover" and has guest starred on
3rd Rock From The Sun" and "Caroline in the City." Everhart was born in Akron, Ohio, on this day.
September 7, 1970 - Minka - Adult Pinup Model - Born and raised in Seoul, Korea.
September 7, 1978 - Devon Sawa
September 8, 1841 - Antonin Dvorak - Composer
September 8, 1889 - Robert Taft - Politician
September 8, 1922 - Sid Caesar - Comedian
September 8, 1922 - Lyndon Larouche - Celebrity
September 8, 1924 - Grace Metalious - Writer
September 8, 1925 - Peter Sellers - Actor
September 8, 1932 - Pasty Cline - Singer
September 8, 1948 - Sam Nun - Politician
September 8, 1957 - Heather Thomas
September 8, 1971 - David Arquette - Actor - Arquette may be best known for appearing in all three films of the "Scream" trilogy. He also was the WCW heavyweight champion in a brief foray into wrestling in 2000. His other film credits include "Ravenous," "Eight Legged Freaks" and "Wild Bill." Arquette is married to actress Courtney Cox and is the brother of actresses Patricia and Rosanna Arquette. Arquette was born in Winchester, Va. on this day.
September 8, 1975 - Larenz Tate - Actor - Tate currently appears as Bart on the popular cable drama "Rescue Me," and previously appeared in the short-lived series "Love Monkey" and "Waterfront." He's guest-starred on series such as "Family Matters" and "The Wonder Years." On the big screen, Tate has been in films such as "Ray," "Crash" and "Dead Presidents." Tate is the brother of actor Lahmard Tate. Tate was born in Chicago on this day.
September 8, 1981 - Jonathan Taylor
September 9, 1828 - Leo Tolstoy
September 9, 1890 - Harland David Sanders - Better known as Colonel Sanders,  was an American entrepreneur who founded Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC). His image is omnipresent in the chain's advertising and packaging, and his name is sometimes used as a synonym for the KFC product or restaurant itself. Sanders was born in Henryville, Indiana on this day.
September 9, 1890 - Jimmy “the Greek Snyder - Celebrity
September 9. 1925 - Cliff Robertson - Actor
September 9, 1941 - Otis Redding - Musician
September 9, 1951 - Michael Keaton - Actor
September 9, 1960 - Hugh Grant - Actor - Grant has starred in such hit romantic comedies such as "Notting Hill," "Two Weeks Notice" and "Bridget Jones's Diary." Grant rose to fame as an international star with the success of the 1994 hit "Four Weddings and a Funeral." More recently, he's performed in the "American Idol" satire "American Dreamz" and stared opposite Drew Barrymore in "Music and Lyrics." Grant was born in London, England on this day.
September 9, 1965 - Rachel Hunter - Model
September 9, 1966 - Adam Sandler  - Actor
September 9, 1972 - George Perez  Comedian/ Actor
September 10, 1980 - Michelle Williams - The late former wife of late actor Heath Ledger, may be best known for her six-year stint as Jen Lindley on the popular TV drama series "Dawson's Creek." She also earned a 2005 Oscar nomination for her performance in the acclaimed feature film "Brokenback Mountain." She recently starred in the film "Deception" and is filming the upcoming Martin Scorcese offering called "Ashcliffe." Williams was born in Kalispell, Mont. on this day.
September 10, 1924 - Tom Landry - Sports Figure
September 10, 1929 - Arnold Palmer - Sport Figure - Golfer
September 10, 1934 - Charles Kuralt - Journalist
September 10, 1945 - Jose Feliciano - Singer
September 10, 1948 - Margaret Trudeau - Political Wife
September 10, 1953 - Amy Irving - Actress - The ex-wife of director Steven Spielberg, has had memorable roles in films such as "Carrie," "the Fury" and "Traffic." She was nominated for an Oscar for her performance in the 1983 movie "Yentl" and an Oble for her stage work in "The Road to Mecca." Her Broadway work includes "Amadeus," "Broken Glass" and "The Three Sisters." Irving was born in Palo Alto, California on this day.
September 10, 1958 - Chris Columbus - Director and screenwriter - Columbus produced and directed the two blockbusters "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" and "Harry Potter and the Chamber Of Secrets." He directed the hit comedies "Home Alone" and "Mrs. Doubtfire," and also wrote the screenplay for the 1984 Steven Spielberg classic "Gremlins." Columbus' next project will be writing and directing the fantasy epic "Percy Jackson & The Olympians: the Lightning thief." Columbus was born in Spangler, Pa., on this day.
September 10, 1968 - Big Daddy Kane
September 11, 1862 - O. Henry - Writer
September 11, 1885 - D.H. Lawrence - Writer
September 11, 1917 - Jessica Lucy Freeman-Mitford
September 11, 1932 - Bob Packwood - Politician
September 11, 1940 - Brian Depalma - Director
September 11, 1950 - Amy Madigan - Actress - Madigan briefly starred on the cable series "Carnivale" from 2003-05, as well as having recent recurring roles on "Grey's Anatomy' and "ER." On the big screen, Madigan has an extensive list of movies credits including the hits "Field of Dreams," "Uncle Buck" and "The Dark Half." This thespian has been married to actor Ed Harris since 1983 and the couple have one daughter. Madigan was born in Chicago, Illinois today.
September 11, 1962 - Kristy McNichol - Actress
September 11, 1962 - Elizabeth Daily - Singer
September 11, 1965 - Rob Rowan
September 11, 1965 - Moby - Rapper
September 11, 1967 - Harry Connick Jr.
September 11, 1979 - Ariana Richards - Actress - Richards may be best remember as Lex Murphy in the 1993 blockbuster "Jurrasic Park." Her other film credits include "Tremors," " Angus" and "the Princess Stallion." She's also appeared on TV in episodes of "Empty Nest," "The Golden Girls" and "Boys Meets World." Richards is also an accomplished painter with work on display in galleries in California and Arizona. Richards was born in Healdsburg, California on this day.
September 12, 1880 - Henry L. Menken - Writer
September 12, 1888 - Maurice Chevalier - Actor
September 12, 1940 - Linda Gray - Actress
September 12, 1944 - Barry White - Singer
September 12, 1957 - Rachel Ward - Actress
September 12, 1973 - Paul Walker
September 12, 1973 - Benjamin McKenzie - Actor - McKenzie's biggest role to date is in the role of Ryan Atwood on the hit TV teen drama "The O.C.." He's appeared in films such as "Junebug," "** Minutes," and the upcoming "Johnny Got His Gun." He's also appeared on episodes of "Mad TV," "JAG" and "The District." McKenzie was born in Austin, Texas on this day.
September 13, 1819 - Clara Schumann - Composer
September 13, 1857 - Milton Hershey - Industrialist
September 13, 1905 - Claudette Colbert - Actress
September 13, 1925 - Mel Torme - Singer
September 13, 1937 - Fred Silverman
September 13, 1944 - Jacqueline Bissett - Actress
September 13, 1948 - Nell Carter - Actress
September 13, 1951 - Jean Smart
September 13, 1980 - Ben Savage - Actor - Savage is probably best remembered for starring as Cory Matthews on the successful series "boy meets World." His film credits include "Little monsters," "Clifford" and "swimming Upstream" as well as being a cast member of the 1990's sitcom "Dear John." He appeared in the 2007 movies "Palo Alto" and "car Babes." Ben is the younger brother of "The Wonder Years" star Fred Savage. Savage was born in Chicago on this day.
September 14, 1879 - Margaret Higgins Sanger - Activist
September 14, 1938 - Walter Koenig
September 14, 1964- Faith Ford - Actress
September 14, 1969 - Tyler Perry - actor, director, producer and writer. - Perry has produced, directed, written and appeared in such popular movies as "Madea's Family Reunion," "Meet The Browns," and "Medea Goes to Jail." Perry appeared in the recent  "Star Trek" movie 2009 and also produces the hit series "Tyler Perry's House of  Payne." Perry has also dabbled as an author, writing the best seller "Don't make A Black Woman Take Off Her Earrings: Madea's Uninhibited Commentaries on Love and Life." Tyler was born in New Orleans on this day.
September 14, 1984 - Adam Lamberg
September 15, 1789 - George Fenimore Cooper - Writer
September 15, 1857 - William H. Taft - President US
September 15, 1890 - (Dame) Agatha Christie - Writer
September 15, 1922 - Jackie Cooper - Actor
September 15, 1946 - Oliver Stone
September 15, 1946 - Tommy Lee Jones - Actor
September 15, 1984 - Prince Harry - British Royalty
September 15, 1986 - Heidi Montag - Reality TV star - Montag  has starred on the reality series "The Hills" since 2006. She also appeared  on the show "I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here" and the series "Laguna Beach: The Real Orange Country" in 2004. Other than appearing on reality TV shows, Montag guest-starred on the sitcom "How I Met Your Mother." Montag also has released several singles in an effort to break into the music scene, but so far these have been received poorly by both critics and the public. Montag was born in Crested butte, Colorado, on this day.
September 16, 1638 - Lousi XIV 'Sun King' - Royalty
September 16, 1914 - Allen Funt
September 16, 1924 - Lauren Bacall- Actress - Born Betty Joan Perske
September 16, 1924 - B. B. King - R&B singer guitarist
September 16, 1926 - Rev. Robert Schuller - Religious Leader
September 16, 1927 - Jack Kelly
September 16, 1927 - Peter Falk -Actor - Played "Columbo"
September 16, 1965 - David Copperfield II
September 16, 1961 - Jennifer Tilly - Actress
September 16, 1968 - Marc Anthony - Singer and actor - Anthony has been at the top of the Latin music charts for over 10 years, winning a 1999 Grammy for Best Tropical Latin Performance and two Latin Grammys in 2005 for the albums "Amar sin Mentiras" and "Valio la Pena." Also an accomplished actor, Anthony has appeared in films such as "Man on Fire," "Bringing Out the Dead" and "Big Night." Anthony has been married to singer and actress Jennifer Lopez since 2004. Anthony was born in New York City on this day.
September 16, 1981 - Alexis Bledel - Is an American actress and former fashion model. She is known for her role as Rory Gilmore in the television series Gilmore Girls (2000), as well as the films Tuck Everlasting, Sin City (2005), and The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (2005) and the sequel The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 (2008). In 2002, Bledel was voted one of Teen People's "25 Hottest Stars Under 25". She goes by her first name, "Kimberly", with family and friends, but is known professionally as Alexis Bledel. Born Kimberly Alexis Bledel in Houston, Texas on this day.
September 17, 1907 - Warren Burger - U.S. Justice
September 17, 1923 - Hank Williams
September 17, 1931 - Anne Bancroft - Actress
September 17, 1948 - John Ritter - Actor
September 17, 1951 - Cassandra "Elvira" Peterson - Actress - Peterson  is an American actress best known for her on-screen horror host persona "Elvira, Mistress of the Dark". She gained fame on Los Angeles television station KHJ wearing a black, gothic, cleavage-enhancing gown as host of Movie Macabre, a weekly horror movie presentation. Her wickedly vampish appearance was offset by her comical character, quick-witted personality, and Valley girl-type speech.. Her character became a cult hit and she went on to make guest appearances on shows such as "Fantasy Island," (1978-1983) "CHIPs," (1982-1983) "The Fall Guy," (1984-1985) "Saturday Night Live," (1987)  "The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson." (1980s) "The Elvira Show" (1993) "The Girls Next Door- Girls Will Be Ghouls" (2006). She also produced a long series of Halloween-themed TV ads for Coors Light Beer and Mug Root Beer. In 2007 she starred in the reality series "the search for the next Elvira. "Movies "Elvira, Mistress of the Dark," (1988) "Elvira's Haunted Hills" (2001). Cassandra was born in Manhattan, Kansas, USA on this day.
September 17, 1965 - Kyle Chandler - Actor - Chandler starred as Gary Hobson on the series "Early Edition" from 1996-2000 and more recently starred on the short-lived series "Friday Night Lights." Chandler received an Emmy nomination in 2006 for a guest appearance on the popular series "Grey's Anatomy." He's also appeared on the big screen in films such as "The Day the Earth Stood Still," "King Kong" and "Mulholland Falls." Chandler was born in Buffalo, New York, on this day.
September 18, 1709 - Samuel Johnson - born Lichfield, England.
September 18, 1895 - John Diefenbaker - 13th Prime Minister of Canada. The man from Prince Albert during his 6 years as Prime Minister established the Canadian Bill of Rights, Royal Commission on Health Services Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development Act, the National Productivity Council (Economic council of Canada) and extended franchise to all aboriginal peoples. Born in Neustadt, Ontario.  
September 18, 1905 - Greta Garbo - Actress
September 18, 1916 - Rossano Brazzi - Actor
September 18, 1933 - Robert Blake - Actor
September 18, 1939 - Fred Willard _ Actor and comedian
September 18, 1958 - Lita Ford - Singer Guitarist
September 18, 1961 - James Gandolfini
September 18, 1962 - Refrigerator Perry - Sports Figure
September 18, 1970 - Aisha Tyler - Actress - Tyler starred in the first season of "The Ghost Whisperer" and has appeared in recurring roles on "24," "CSI" and "Friends." She briefly was the host of "Talk Soup" and had her own comedy special "Aisha Tyler Is Lit: Live at the Fillmore." She wrote the book "Swerve: A guide to the Sweet Life for Postmodern girls" in 2004 and is currently working on the pilot for her new talk show "The Aisha Tyler Show." Tyler was born in San Francisco on this day.
September 18, 1971 - Jada Pinkett Smith - Actress - Pinkett has starred in such films as "The Nutty Professor," "Scream 2" "Woo" "Ali" "The Matrix Reloaded" "The Matrix Revolutions" "Collateral" "Madagascar" and "Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa." she also serves as the lead singer of the heavy metal band wicked Wisdom which performed at Ozzfest in 2005. Jada has been married to the top box office draw Will smith since 1997. Jada was born in Baltimore, Maryland on this day.
September 19, 1928 - Adam West - Actor - played Batman in the '60s
September 19, 1928 - Mickey Mouse - Cartoon Character
September 19, 1941 - Cass Elliot - Singer
September 19, 1948 - Jeremy Irons - Actor
September 19, 1949 - Leslie Lawson "Twiggy" - 60's Model
September 19, 1950 - Joan Lunden - TV Personality
September 19, 1974 - Jimmy Fallon - Actor and comedian - Fallon is probably best known as the news anchor on the "Saturday Night Live" skits from 1999-2004. He's appeared in films such as "Taxi," "Almost Famous" and "Fever Pitch." He has co-written the book, "I Hate this Place: The Pessimist's Guide to Life,' with his sister. Fallon will replace Conan O'Brien as host of "Late Night" in 2009. Fallon was born in Brooklyn , New York on this day.
September 19, 1976 - Alison Sweeney - Actress and celebrity host - Sweeney has appeared on the long-running soap "Days of Our Lives" as Sami Brady since 1993. She's hosted the reality show "The Biggest Loser" and appeared as a celebrity contestant on "Fear Factor," as well as guest-starring on series such as "Las Vegas" and "Friends." Sweeney penned the 2004 memoir "All The Days of My Life (So Far)" and in January 2009, celebrated the birth of her second child. Sweeney was born in los Angeles, California, on this day.
September 20, 1853 - Chulalonghorn, Siam - Royalty
September 20, 1878 - Upton Sinclare - Writer
September 20, 1928 - Dr. Joyce Brothers - Psychologist and advice columnist, publishing a daily syndicated newspaper column since 1960. Brothers was born Joyce Diane Bauer in New York City, New York on this day.
September 20, 1934 - Sophia Loren - Italian Film Actress - Sophia won a 1961 Academy award for her performance in "Two Women," as well as a lifetime achievement Oscar in 1991. Her notable films include "Houseboat," "Desire Under the Elms" and "Ed Cid." Her other work includes a best-selling album of comedic songs with the late funnyman Peter Sellers. Still amazingly beautiful and active in her 70s, Loren will next appear in the upcoming film "Nine." Sophia was born in Rome, Italy on this day.
September 20, 1951 - Guy Lafeur - Hockey Player
September 20, 1956 - Gary Cole - Actor
September 20, 1975 - Moon Bloodgood - Actress - Bloodgood recently appeared in the action film "Street Fighter: The Return Of Chun-Li" 2009. as well as starring opposite Christian Bale in the sequel "Terminator Salvation" 2009. She's starred in the short-lived series "Day Break" and "Journeyman" and also has a recurring role as Detective Paxton on "Burn Notice." Bloodgood began her career as one of the Laker Girls, the cheerleading squad of the Los Angeles Lakers. Bloodgood was born in Anaheim, California, on this day.
September 21, 1874 - Gustave Holst - Composer
September 21, 1866 - H. G. Wells - Writer
September 21, 1912 - Chuck Jones - Cartoonist and voice over
September 21, 1931 - Harry Hagman - Actor
September 21, 1934 - Leonard Cohen - Singer/ writer
September 21, 1944 - Hamilton Jordon - Press Secretary
September 21, 1947 - Stephen King - Author - King has written such bone-chilling best sellers as "The Shining," "Salem's Lot" and "Pet Sematary." King has also appeared in several film adaptations of his work, including a major role in "Creepshow" and "Pet Sematary" and " The Stand." King has also tried his hand at directing with the 1986 effort "Maximum Overdrive." King has written several novels under the pseudonym Richard Bachman and a short story, "The Fifth Quarter," as John Swithen. King was born in Portland, Maine, on this day.
September 21, 1950 - Bill Murray - Comedian Actor
September 21, 1967 - Faith Hill - Singer
September 21, 1967 - Moonbeam Unit Zappa
September 21, 1968 - Riki Lake - Talk Show Host
September 22, 1895 - Paul Muni
September 22, 1932 - Ingemar Johansson - Boxer
September 22, 1954 - Shari Belafonte-Harper
September 22, 1960 - Joan Jett - Female Rocker Singer - Born in Philadelphia, PA. Member of the group "The Runaways"
September 22, 1960 - Tai Babilonia - Skater
September 22, 1961 - Scott Baio - Actor Television
September 22, 1964 - Bonnie Hunt - Actress, comedian  and TV talk-show  host - Hunt earned a 2004 Emmy nomination for starring in the short-lived series "life With Bonnie." Hunt also starred in the critically acclaimed but doomed 1995 series "The Bonnie Hunt Show." In 2000, Hunt wrote, directed and starred opposite Minnie Driver in the movie "Return to Me."  Her other film credits include "Beethoven," "Jumanji" and "Cheaper by the Dozen." Hunt was born in Chicago, Illinois, on this day.
September 22,1973 - Howie D
September 22,1987 - Tom Felton - Actor - Felton may be best remembered as Harry Potter's rival Draco Malfoy in the "Harry Potter" film franchise. Other movie credits for the young actor included "the Borrowers," "Anna and the King" and "Second Sight." Beside appearing in the latest installment of "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," Felton will also star in the upcoming horror film "The Disappeared." Felton was born in London on this day.

Modest and shy
Meticulous and reliable
Practical and diligent
Intelligent and analytical

On the dark side....

Fussy and a worrier
Overcritical and harsh
Perfectionist and conservative



  • Health foods
  • Lists
  • Hygiene
  • Order
  • Wholesomeness
  • Hazards to health
  • Anything sordid
  • Sloppy workers
  • Squalor
  • Being uncertain

The colors for Virgo are GREEN AND DARK BROWN and NAVY BLUE



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