Star signs: Famous Libra Celebrities

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Here is a list of people who share the star sign Libra:

Al Capp
American cartoonist

Aleister Crowley
English diabolist, 1875-1947

Alfred Nobel
Swedish chemist, who the Nobel prize is named after

Alphonse De Lamartine
French poet, 1790 - 1869

Alvin Toffler
American business futurist

Andrea Dworkin
Speech to women at harper and row, 1976

Anita Roddick
Successful businesswoman as founder of the Body Shop

Annie Besant
Philosopher

Anthony Hopkins
Famous actor, particularly renowned for his role in Silence of the Lambs and Hannibal

Ari Fleischer
Former White House press secretary

Arlene Francis
American entertainer, 1907 - 2001

Arsene Wenger
Arsenal football club manager

Arthur Miller
1915+, US dramatist

Arthur Rimbaud
French poet, 1854 - 91

Arthur Zimmermann
German statesman, 1864 - 1940

Ashlee Simpson
Actress

Avery Brundage
US sports administrator

Avril Lavigne
Popular Canadian singer - why do you have to make everything so complicated?

Benita Valente
An internationally celebrated interpreter of Lieder, chamber music, oratorio, and opera

Benjamin Netanyahu
Former Prime Minister of Israel

Bob Geldof
Once a member of the Boomtown Rats, became most famous for organising the huge fund raising concert 'Live Aid' in the mid 80s

Brigitte Bardot
French actress born in 1934

Bryan Ferry
Musician

Carole Lombard
Arguably the finest comedienne throughout the 30s and into the early 40s

Carrie Fisher
Actress starred in films such as "Austin Powers" and "When Harry Met Sally"

Cat Deeley
Famous TV presenter

Catherine Deneuve
Actress

Catherine Zeta Jones
Welsh actress who made it big in Hollywood and is now married to the multi millionaire Michael Douglas

Charlton Heston
US film actor

Cheryl Tiegs
Model

Chiaki Kuriyama
Japanese actress

Christina Milian
Singer

Christopher Reeve
Lead role in the 'Superman' films, paralysed in a horse riding accident in 1995. (1952 - 2004)

Cindy Margolis
Actress

Cliff Richard
Ageing singer, unique in having number one hits across five decades in the UK, and entertaining the crowds at a wet Wimbledon. Bring on the roof in 2010...

Damon Runyon
American writer

Daniela Pestova
Model

Dannii Minogue
Kylie's little sis

David Cameron
David Cameron is the British prime minister, who was asked by the Queen to become prime minister and form the government on the 11th May 2010 following the resignation of hitherto Prime Minister, Gordon Brown. He formed Britain's first peacetime coalition in memory with the Liberal Democrats, and said that his premiership would see us all having to tighten our belts as the country had to overcome tough economic times and a huge national debt which the government has said in large part is due to gross mismanagement by Labour during its 13 years in power, mainly under Tony Blair but for the last few years by Gordon Brown. He is seen to be a progressive Conservative so-called which means he is in the centre politically rather than on the right and as such may welcome the input of the Liberal Democrat views into the party to help complete the modernisation of the party that he has been creating under his leadership to try to re-align the Conservative party with the views of the public after their demolition in 1997 under John Major which has taken many years to overcome, infact this was the first time anyone thought they had a chance of being elected since 1997 so the recovery has taken a long 13 years.

David Carradine
Famous celebrity

Dawn French
British comedienne, as in French and Saunders

Deborah Kerr
1921+, Scottish actress

Denis Diderot
French philosopher 1713-84

Desmond Tutu
1931+, religious leader

Donna Karan
Fashion guru

Doris Lessing
English writer, 1919-

E E Cummings
Famous American writer and poet

Ed Sullivan
American comedian, 1902-74

Eleanor Roosevelt
Politician's wife

Elizabeth Gaskell
English novelist, 1810 - 65

Eminem
Controversial musician. White 'gangsta' rapper who has as many critics as he has fans

Enrico Fermi
Italian physicist, 1901 - 54

Eugenio Montale
Italian poet, 1896-1981

F Scott Fitzgerald
American writer

Faith Baldwin
Author

Ferdinand Foch
French marshal

Fran Drescher
Actress

Frank Herbert
American writer, 1920 - 86

Friedrich Nietzsche
German philosopher and writer

George Bancroft
Historian

Georges Clemenceau
Lived 1780 - 1831, French politician and a Prime Minster of France, 1906 - 9 and 1917 - 20

Giuseppe Verdi
1813-1901, Italian composer

Gore Vidal
Writer

Graham Greene
Famous author

Groucho Marx
US comedian (As in Marx Brothers). Lived 1890 - 1977

Guy Pearce
Actor

Gwen Stefani
Lead singer of American band No Doubt

Gwyneth Paltrow
A Hollywood darling, she even donned a wig and moustache for her role as a male actor in Shakespeare in Love

Hannah Arendt
American political philosopher

Harold Pinter
English playwright 1930-

Heather Locklear
Model

Heinz Fischer
Austrian politician, 1938+

Helen Hayes
Long regarded as the first lady of American theatre, 1900 - 1993

Helen Hunt Jackson
US writer, 1830 - 85

Hilary Duff
Famous actress

Horatio Nelson
British admiral and naval hero; victorious but killed at battle of Trafalgar. Lived 1758-1805.

Hugh Jackman
Actor from The X-Men

Ian Thorpe
Aussie swimming star, The Thorpedo

Italo Calvino
Italian novelist

Jackie Collins
Successful author

Jamelia
Singer

James Whitcomb Riley
Poet, 1849 - 1916

Jenna Elfman
American actress, starred in TV shows and some films eg. "Dr Dolittle"

Jesse Jackson
Famous American activist, 1941+

Jim Henson
Muppets inventor

Jimmy Breslin
Columnist

Jimmy Carter
American President from 1977-1981

Joe Hill
Lived 1879 - 1914, American labour leader and songwriter

John Burns
The son of an engineer, was born in Lambeth, London in 1858

John Dewey
Philosopher

John Hay
American writer, 1838 - 1905

John Le Carre
British novelist

John Lennon
Member of the Beatles who was shot dead in 1980

John Marshall
American founder of constitutional law

John Perry Barlow
American writer, 1947+

John Wooden
American basketball player in the 1930s

Johnny Carson
American comedian, 1925+

Julie Andrews
Famous actress

Kate Winslet
British actress whose role in Titanic gave her huge international acclaim

Katherine Mansfield
New Zealand born short-story writer

Kelly Preston
Actress

Kelly Ripa
Soap actress

Kevin Sorbo
Actor

Kristanna Loken
Actress, 1979+

Le Corbusier
French architect

Lee Iacocca
Famous businessman

Leigh Hunt
English poet, 1784 - 1859

Lenny Bruce
American comedian

Leo Burnett
American advertising executive, 1891 - 1971

Lewis Mumford
American sociologist

Lillian Gish
Actress

Linda Hamilton
Actress

Lord Alfred Douglas
Poet and friend of Oscar Wilde 1870-1945

Luciano Pavarotti
1935+, opera singer

Mahatma Gandhi
Indian statesman, 1869-1948

Mahatma Ghandi
Famous Indian statesman

Margaret Thatcher
Ex-British Prime Minister

Marie Osmond
Musician, one of the Osmonds, 1959+

Mario Puzo
American novelist

Martha Stewart
Actress, 1922+

Martina Navratilova
Top tennis player

Matt Damon
Actor

Maya Lin
Author

Michael Crichton
American author, film producer and television producer, 1942+

Michael Douglas
Us film actor

Michel Foucault
English historian and philosopher, 1926 - 84

Michelle Trachtenberg
Actress

Mickey Mantle
Athlete, 1931-95

Miguel De Cervantes
Writer

Miguel De Unamuno
Lived 1864 - 1937, Spanish philosopher

Mike Ditka
American football coach, 1939+

Mike Schmidt
Athlete, 1949+

Mira Sorvino
Actress, starred in movies such as 'Romy and Michelle's High School Reunion'

Monica Bellucci
Actress

Montgomery Clift
Actor, played Matt Garth in Red River

Murray Walker
Famous yet inept motor racing commentator

Naomi Watts
Actress

Natalie Maines
American musician, 1974+

Neve Campbell
Star of the 'Scream' trilogy and other movies

Niels Bohr
World renowned Danish physicist, 1885 - 1962

Nora Roberts
Author

Oscar Wilde
Anglo-Irish playwright and poet, noted for his sartorial wit. Lived 1854-1900.

Ozzy Ozbourne
Ex-singer in Black Sabbath, this is a common mis-spelling: actually spells his surname Osbourne, but listed here due to the frequency with which his surname is spelt with a 'z'

P Diddy
Rapper who used to known as Puff Daddy

P G Wodehouse
British humourist

Paul Strand
Famous photographer

Peter Mandelson
Labour MP, turned MEP, has had more comebacks than a heavyweight boxer. Bosom chum of Tony Blair.

Phil Rizzuto
US baseball commentator, 1918+

Pope John Paul I
Pope, head of the Catholic Church on Earth

Pope Paul VI
Pope, head of the Catholic Church on Earth

Rachael Leigh Cook
Actress who began her career in 'The Babysitters Club' movie as a teenager and has since starred in other films such as 'She's All That'

Ray Kroc
Founder of McDonalds Corporation

Richard Rorty
Philosopher

Rita Hayworth
Actress

Robin Day
Broadcaster

Rod Carew
Athlete, 1945+

Sammy Hagar
Musician, 1947+

Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Author and poet who wrote the epic piece 'The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner'

Sarah Bernhardt
French actress

Scott Adams
Creator of the Dilbert cartoons

Sebastian Coe
Ex-athlete turned politician

Serena Williams
American tennis player

Sigourney Weaver
Actress

Silvio Berlusconi
Italian leader

Snoop Dogg
American rapper

Stephen Spender
English poet 1909-95

Susan Sarandon
American actress

Suzanne Somers
Actress

T S Eliot
American author and poet

T S Elliot
Anglo-American poet, critic and playwright

Thomas Love Peacock
English novelist 1785-1866

Thomas Wolfe
American novelist

Tim Robbins
In shawshank redemption

Timothy Leary
1920-96, American psychologist

Tom Petty
Musician

Tommy Lee
Americna singer, used to be married to Pamela Anderson

Toni Braxton
R&B singer

Trevor Brooking
Ex-football player

Trey Parker
Creator of the hilarious South Park

Truman Capote
American writer and novelist

Vaclav Havel
President of the Czech Republic

Viggo Mortensen
Famous actor

Vladimir Horowitz
Classical pianist

Vladimir Putin
Russian leader, 1952+

Wallace Stevens
American poet

Walter Matthau
American Oscar winning actor

Will Smith
Rapper and actor who began his career on TV show The Prince of Bel Air

William Faulkner
Author, was recipient of the 1949 Nobel Prize for Literature

William O Douglas
US legal expert, 1898 - 1980

William Penn
English Quaker and founder of Pennsylvania, 1644-1718

Wyclef Jean
Black rapper/R&B artist, used to be part of the 'Fugees'

Yakubu Gowon
Nigerian soldier and former head of state

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