Star signs: Famous Pisces Celebrities

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

Alain Prost
French racing driver, 1955+

Alan Clark
British politician, famous for the Alan Clark Diaries, 1928 - 99

Alan Greenspan
Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

Alan Rickman
Actor, often gets the villainous parts

Albert Einstein
German born physicist, who has made some of the most enduring and important contributions to science yet

Alexander Graham Bell
A famous inventor

Amber Smith
Actress, Rules of Attraction

Anais Nin
Author, 1903-1977

Andrew Jackson
7th President of the USA

Ansel Adams
Photographer, 1902 - 84

Anthony Burgess
English novelist

Ariel Sharon
Israeli Prime Minister

Arthur Honegger
Swiss composer

Arthur Schopenhauer
German philosopher. Lived 1788 - 1860

B F Skinner
American psychologist 1904-90

Barry McGuigan
Irish boxer, 1961+

Basil Bunting
British 20th century poet

Ben Hecht
US mathematician, 1893 - 1964

Bernadette Peters

Berthold Auerbach
German novelist, 1812-82

Bill Frist
American politician, 1952+

Billy Corgan

Billy Crystal

Bobby Riggs
US tennis player, 1918 - 95

Bruce Willis
Hollywood actor, who has had roles in many films

Carl Reiner
US comic, 1922+

Carlo Goldoni
Italian writer, 1707 - 93

Carrot Top
American comedian, 1967+

Charles Barkley
Basketball player

Charlotte Church
The voice of an angel, who began singing professionally when she was about 12 years old

Christopher Marlowe
English playwright and poet 1564-93

Cindy Crawford
One of the original supermodels

Constantine Karamanlis
Greek leader, 1907 - 98

David Cronenberg
Canadian director, 1943+

David Livingstone
African explorer, 1813 - 1873

David Niven
A famous actor

David Sarnoff
American inventor, 1891-1971

Diane Arbus
US photographer

Dick Fosbury
High jumper, inventor of the Fosbury Flop

Douglas Adams
Sci fi writer

Dr Seuss
Dr Seuss is a famous American writer and also a cartoonist who enjoyed drawing. He wrote many children's books and these are what he is most famous for then and now. Although he wrote under the name of Dr. Seuss his actual name was Theodor Seuss Geisel. Green Eggs and Ham and the Cat in the Hat are definitely his most famous works and the ones that people are most likely to have encountered.

Drew Barrymore
One of the stars of the remake of film Charlies Angels among countless others

Earl Warren
US chief justice; 1891 - 1974

Edmund Waller
English poet, 1606-87

Edna St Vincent Millay
American poet, 1892-1950

Edward Albee
Lived 1928-, American playwright

Edward Thomas
English poet 1878-1917

Elizabeth Taylor
Actress who was born in 1932 and began her career at a young age

Ellen Terry
British actress

Eric Lindros
Hockey player

Erma Bombeck
American Journalist, 1927 - 1996

Ernest Bevin
British Labour politician 1881-1951

Ernest Renan
French philosopher

Ernst Haas
Photographer (1921-1986)

Eva Herzigova

Franco Harris
Athlete, 1950+

Gates McFadden

George Berkeley
Philosopher, 1685 - 1753

George Harrison
British rock musician

George Washington
Famous American politician

George William Curtis
American author, 1824 - 92

Georges Bernanos
French novelist and essayist, 1888 - 1948

Gioacchino Rossini
Italian Composer

Glenn Close
Star of "Fatal Attraction"

Gloria Vanderbilt
Infamous heiress

Gordon Brown
The man who was Chancellor of Great Britain for ten years but always wanted to be Prime Minister. And he became Prime Minister on 27th June 2007. Yes, pinch yourself hard but you won't wake up - Gordon Brown aka the Clunking Fist, did indeed become Prime Minister of Great Britain. At the time there was much furore about whether the leader of the country should be someone who has not been elected by the people as Prime Minister, but this has actually happened several times in the past. Early on in his premiership he had reasonable popularity and many called for him to call an election there and then, however he did not do so, preferring to let the parliament run its course. When the financial crisis struck it was thought that he would lose his role and there was much talk of plots within the Labour party to depose of him before the election. However none of those came to anything and he led the Labour party into the 2010 election. The result was that Labour eventually lost with a Lib Dem / Tory coalition forming a government. Although being re-elected as the MP for his constituency this meant Gordon Brown resigned as Prime Minister on 11th may 2010.

Grover Cleveland
22nd and 24th US President

Harold Wilson
Former Prime Minister

Harry Caray
Comedian, 1917-1998

Henrik Ibsen
Norwegian playwright

Henry Reed
English poet and playwright, 1914-86

Herb Elliott
Australian athlete

Herschel Walker
American footballer

Howard Aiken
Lived 1900 - 73

Howard Nemerov
American poet, 1920+

Ivan Lendl
Famous tennis player, who never won Wimbledon

Jack Kerouac
American novelist

James Goldsmith
Rich businessman who was involved in Microsoft

James Madison
US President, lived 1751-1836

James Merrill
American poet, 1926-95

James Russell Lowell
Author, 1819-1891

James Taylor
Singer and songwriter

Jean Harlow

Jennie Garth

Jennifer Love Hewitt
Actress, star of 'I Know What You Did Last Summer' movies

Jeri Ryan
Actress, of Startrek fame

Jerry Lewis
Famous person

Jilly Cooper
British writer of easy-read novels

Jim Clark

Jimmy Greaves
Ex-football player

Joe Kapp
American footballer

John Ehrlichman
Presidential assistant to Nixon 1925-

John Foster Dulles

John Gardner
American educationist, 1912+

John Henry Newman
English theologian, 1801-90

John Herschel

John Irving
American novelist, 1942+

John Jay Chapman
American poet, 1862-1933

John Rawls
Philosopher, 1921 - 2002

John Steinbeck
American author

John Updike
American novelist and short-story writer

Johnny Cash
American Musician, 1932 - 2003

Johnny Knoxville
American actor - does idiotic things on shows like Jackass - generic daredevil

Jolene Blalock

Joseph Priestley
English minister

Jules Renard
French novelist

Juliette Binoche
Star of many films

Karen Carpenter

Kathy Ireland

Kenneth Grahame
Scottish-born writer 1859-1932

Kiana Tom

Kim Smith

Knute Rockne
Football coach

Kristin Davis

Kurt Cobain
American lead singer of Nirvana, 1967 - 1994

Larry Gelbart
TV producer, 1928+

Larry Wall
Canadian author, 1949+

Linda Fiorentino

Linus Pauling
US chemist, 1901 - 94

Liza Minnelli
Singer and actress

Lleyton Hewitt
Australian tennis player

Lou Reed
Musician, 1942+

Louis Kahn
American architect, 1901-74

Marcel Pagnol
French playwright

Mario Andretti

Marion Barry
American politician

Mark David Chapman
Criminal, born 1955

Matthew Vaughn
Film producer

Melissa Auf Der Maur

Michael Caine
Famous english actor

Michael Chang
Tennis player, 1972+

Michael Dell
Founder and CEO of Dell Computers, 1965+

Michael Vartan

Mikhail Gorbachev
Former Russian leader

Nat King Cole
American musician, 1919 - 65

Niki Taylor
Model, once the face of 'Cover Girl' cosmetics.

Olusegun Obasanjo
Nigerian President

Ornette Coleman
One of the major innovators of the free jazz movement

Pat Riley
American basketball coach

Patrick Moore
Eccentric but endearing monocle-wearing astronomer, passionate presenter of the Sky at Night, the longest running TV show in existence

Paul Ehrlich

Penelope Lively
English novelist, 1933+

Peter De Vries
American writer

Peter Fonda
American actor, 1939+

Philip Green
Owner of BHS

Philip Guedalla
British historian and biographer, 1889-1944

Philip Roth
American novelist, 1933-

Quincy Jones
African-American record, television and film producer, musician and songwriter

Rachel Weisz
Actress most recently starred in "About A Boy" alongside Hugh Grant"

Ralph Nader
American consumer protectionist

Raymond Queneau
French author, 1903 - 76

Rex Harrison
British actor, 1908-90

Richard Wilbur
American poet, 1921-

Rob Lowe
Star of "The West Wing"

Robert Altman
Celebrity photographer

Robert Lowell
American poet, 1917 - 1977

Roger Scruton

Ron Howard

Rosa Luxemburg
German revolutionary 1871-1919

Rupert Murdoch
Head of News Corp

Sacha Guitry
Russian writer and director

Samuel Lover
Irish writer

Samuel Pepys
English diarist

Sean Astin

Sidney Lanier
American poet, 1842 - 1881

Sparky Anderson
Coach, 1934+

Spike Lee
Famous actor

Steve Jobs
Founder of Apple Computers

Tammy Faye Bakker

Tea Leoni
Wife of David Duchovny of "The X-Files"

Theodor Geisel
Famous writer, 1904 - 91

Theodore Sturgeon

Tobias Smollett
Lived 1721 - 1771

Tom Coburn
US politician, 1948+

Tom Wolfe
American writer, 1931-

Tommy Cooper

Tony Randall
American actor, 1920 - 2004

Tony Robbins
Motivational speaker

Ursula Andress

Victor Hugo

W H Auden
English poet and dramatist

Wilfred Grenfell
English physician, 1865-1940

Wilfred Owen
War poet

William Allingham
Lived 1824-89

William Dean Howells
US author

William Gibson
Science fiction novelist, 1948+

William Godwin
Political philosopher, died 1836

William Hurt

William Jennings Bryan
US Senator at the turn of the 20th century

Yitzhak Rabin
Israeli statesman, 1922-95

Yuri Gagarin

Zachary Scott
Born February 24, 1914, actor

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