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  • Grace Kelly on Random Classic Hollywood Star Matches Your Zodiac Sign

    (#8) Grace Kelly

    • Dec. at 53 (1929-1982)

    Grace Kelly was born November 12, 1929, and utilized her Scorpio beauty to work as a model while in acting school. Her classic charm made her a better fit for film than the stage, so she moved to Hollywood following her high school graduation. Kelly formed a friendship with director Alfred Hitchcock and starred in three of his films. In 1955, she was earning bigger paychecks than almost every other actress, but she decided to retire so she could marry Prince Rainier III of Monaco. Although she never returned to the screen, her life as a royal guaranteed her celebrity status for life.

    Perhaps it was her Scorpio nature that led to such a long working relationship with Hitchcock; wanting to dig deep and find hidden meanings are primary tenets of the director's films. Kelly's decision to completely change her life also demonstrates the Scorpio's comfort and willingness to transform themselves as many times as necessary. The fact that she never looked back aligns with Pluto's influence and its association with death and rebirth.

  • James Dean on Random Classic Hollywood Star Matches Your Zodiac Sign

    (#11) James Dean

    • Dec. at 24 (1931-1955)

    James Dean only made three movies during his career, but he still became one of Hollywood's biggest icons. Born February 8, 1931, he appeared in a Pepsi commercial and worked as a parking attendant until he decided to relocate from California to New York. A few television shows and a Broadway play helped him gain notoriety, and he returned to Hollywood. Rebel Without a Cause is largely responsible for Dean's spot in American pop culture, as his too-cool character lived on longer than he did. A fan of racing, Dean died at age 24 in a car crash.

    The rebellious Aquarius is an almost too-perfect fit for Dean. His unique and eager energy made him highly likable, but a detached quality made him unattainable – almost stereotypical qualities for a movie star. Aquarians are often seen as visionaries; despite Dean's short-lived career, many people saw him as such. Thanks to an influence from Uranus, Aquarians often have a need to do things that will both affect and inspire the world. This is something Dean certainly accomplished, even if unintentionally.

  • Gene Kelly on Random Classic Hollywood Star Matches Your Zodiac Sign

    (#6) Gene Kelly

    • Died at 84 (1912-1996)

    Born August 23, 1912, Gene Kelly learned how to dance at a young age. He proved his affinity for hard work by paying for school with the money he earned teaching dance lessons. Kelly got his start on Broadway, moved to Hollywood, and sought to differentiate himself from the other big actor-dancer at the time, Fred Astaire; by adopting a more physical dance style and wearing everyday clothes, he did just that. After several successful musicals, Kelly made what is probably his best-known film, Singin' in the Rain.

    Virgos are known for their perfectionism, a quality Kelly possessed in spades. He was highly disciplined and expected his co-workers to work just as hard as he did – at one point, he even brought Debbie Reynolds to tears. Kelly was also able to use the Virgo quality of seeing details to his advantage. He was a pioneer in reducing a storyline into dance steps and camera movements.

    He was so passionate about dance that when musicals went out of style in the 1960s, Kelly employed the Virgo tenacity and loyalty to keep sharing his dance choreography via television.

  • Audrey Hepburn on Random Classic Hollywood Star Matches Your Zodiac Sign

    (#2) Audrey Hepburn

    • Dec. at 64 (1929-1993)

    Born on May 4, 1929, Audrey Hepburn grew up in Belgium and began her performing career as a dancer. She captured Hollywood's eyes and heart after appearing in Gigi on Broadway. Hepburn often played glamorous yet down-to-earth women, gaining fans thanks to her personality as well as her fashion sense. After her most memorable role in 1961's Breakfast at Tiffany's, Hepburn continued to make movies and earn Oscar nominations for her work but decided to focus on humanitarian efforts in her later life, especially as an ambassador for UNICEF.

    Hepburn adopted the Taurus's trademark stubbornness in her careful selection of roles and her dedication to her signature style. She may not have taken many risks in her career, but those projects she did select provided a well-rounded portfolio. Thanks to her confidence, strength, and demand for respect, Hepburn succeeded in becoming one of the select few to achieve EGOT status – a title reserved for those who have won at least one Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony. Hepburn's soft sensuality and classic beauty were evident in Venus's influence on Taurus as well, and women will most likely copy her Breakfast at Tiffany's style for years.

  • Humphrey Bogart on Random Classic Hollywood Star Matches Your Zodiac Sign

    (#10) Humphrey Bogart

    • Dec. at 58 (1899-1957)

    Born December 25, 1899, Humphrey Bogart's first starring role was a drawing used in a baby food advertisement. After being expelled from school, he was unsure what to do with his life but eventually found himself in theater. Bogart enjoyed acting and moved to Hollywood, playing mainly criminals before breaking this typecasting with the part of Sam Spade. Casablanca, released in 1942, cemented his career as one of the greatest American film actors of all time. He appeared in more than 80 movies during his lifetime.

    Whether he was playing a villain or a grizzly ship captain, Bogart always kept his Capricorn cool. Hard work allowed him to rise from school failure to Oscar winner, and his determination to succeed led him to the top. Bogart embodied the caring provider in his relationships, but his devotion to work ended three of his marriages. As an Earth sign, Bogart's level-headedness, honesty, and simplicity endeared him to fans, one of the reasons his cult-like following continues even today.

  • Marilyn Monroe on Random Classic Hollywood Star Matches Your Zodiac Sign

    (#3) Marilyn Monroe

    • Dec. at 36 (1926-1962)

    Marilyn Monroe may be the epitome of the so-called "twin sign" – the glamorous persona that made her famous was a complete invention. Born Norma Jeane Mortenson on June 1, 1926, she never knew her father and had little memory of her mother, who was placed in a mental institution. Monroe was a victim of several sexual assaults as a young girl, was married at 16, and started a modeling career before making it big in Hollywood. By bleaching her hair blonde and changing her name, Monroe adopted a persona that oozed both sex and glamour, and the world ate it up.

    Monroe's breathy vixen side – confident and fun-loving – hid the deeply insecure person she really was. Perhaps because of this lack of confidence, Monroe had several failed marriages and was often reprimanded for being late to shoots, though she frequently blamed her tardiness on stress and illness. At one point, she apparently grew weary of her adopted persona and tried to find work as a legitimate dramatic actress. 

    Geminis are influenced by Mercury and Air elements, both of which are thought to imply an intellectual nature. Despite what many perceived to be her "bimbo" persona, Monroe lived up to these influences – she even had an alleged affinity for Albert Einstein.

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Constellations are an integral part of astrology and also refer to groups of stars in the sky. Since ancient times, humans have associated groups of stars with their mythological figures or instruments, known as “constellations. ”. Constellations are the means of determining the direction of the sky in almost all civilizations and are widely used in navigation. The division of constellations is entirely artificial, and different civilizations have different divisions and names for them. Constellations didn't have precise boundaries until 1930, when the International Astronomical Union, in an effort to unify the complicated constellations, divided the sky into 88 official constellations with precise boundaries, so that every star in the sky belongs to a particular constellation. Most of these official constellations are based on Ancient Greek mythology handed down in the Middle Ages. In contrast, some of the most popular combinations of stars that are not recognized as official constellations are called constellations, such as the big dipper (see the list of stars).

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