Star signs: Famous Taurus Celebrities

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

Al Pacino
Best known for his role in 'The Godfather' as well as many other films

Alan Bennett
English icon

Albert Finney
Famous actor

Alexander Pope
Poet, 1688 - 1744

Andie MacDowell
Actress in '4 Weddings And A Funeral' and other films

Andre Agassi
Tennis player now married to Steffi Graf

Andrea Corr
Singer in Irish band The Corrs

Angela Carter

Anita Loos
US novelist

Annie Dillard

Anouk Aimee

Anthony Quinn

Anthony Trollope
Lived 1815 - 1882, leading English novelist of the mid 19th Century

Archibald MacLeish
US poet, 1892 - 1982

Armand Hammer
Successful businessman

Arthur Wellesley
First Duke of Wellington (1769-1852)

Audrey Hepburn
Star of classic old films such as Breakfast At Tiffanys

Barbra Streisand
Actress and singer

Ben Elton
Comedian and writer

Benjamin Spock
American paediatriciain

Bernard Malamud
American novelist 1914-86

Bertrand Russell
Distinguished British philosopher and author. Lived 1872 - 1970.

Bill Paxton

Billy Joel

Bing Crosby
American singer and film actor, 1903-77

Lead singer of U2

Brooks Robinson
Baseball player

Bud Wilkinson
US Football Coach

Carol Burnett
American actress, 1933+

Cate Blanchett
Famous actress

Catherine The Great
Empress of Russia from 1762

Charles Wadsworth
Acclaimed pianist

Charlotte Bronte
English novelist, author of classical works such as Jane Eyre, 1816 - 1855

Singer well known for her various plastic surgery jobs

Christopher Morley
American writer

Clive Barnes

Dante Alighieri
Lived 1265 - 1321, Italian poet, born in Florence

Daphne Du Maurier
English novelist, 1907-89

David Attenborough
British naturalist, famous for his whispering voice over all sorts of bizarre natural events and phenomena

David Beckham
Footballer who has played at some top clubs over the years, such as Manchester United and Real Madrid. Most notably he played for Manchester United under Alex Ferguson for many years and had great success winning the major football trophies whilst he was there. After a publicised alleged fallout with Ferguson he then moved to Real Madrid. Toward the end of his career he moved to the LA Galaxy in America for a contract worth a huge sum over a few years. He has played a lot for England and was instrumental in their success for many years. He is without doubt the most recognised footballer in the world and is now seen as something of a celebrity in Hollywood outside of football and of course is also known for his marriage to the Spice Girl Victoria Adams, now Victoria Beckham, and he is often in the press. He is also seen as a heartthrob and often voted as one of the most attractive men in the world so he is probably the biggest celebrity to come out of football of his generation.

David Hume
Famous philosopher

David Orr

Dennis Hopper

Dennis Rodman
American athlete

Duke Ellington
American musician, 1899 - 1974

Earl Wilson
American journalist, 1907 - 87

Edmund Wilson
American critic, 1895 - 1972

Edward Gibbon
Lived 1737 - 1794, English historian

Edward Grey
British Foreign Secretary at the outbreak of World War 1

Edwin Land
Founder of Polaroid, 1909 - 91

Edwin Markham
Poet, 1852-1940

Ella Fitzgerald
Popular jazz singer

Emilio Estevez

Enrique Iglesias
Son of aging singer and casanova Julio, famous for his relationship with Anna Kournikova

Irish singer known for her soulful, haunting ballads

Eric Berne

Eric Morecambe
One half of Morecambe and Wise. 1926 - 84

Evita Peron
Maria Eva Duarte, actress before marrying the powerful politician Juan Peron

Fats Domino
R&B and soul singer

Florence Nightingale
Pioneer of nursing

Francis Quarles
English poet, 1592-1644

Fred Astaire
US film actor and dancer

Fred Perry
Male tennis player

Fred Zinnemann
American director, 1907 - 97

Gabriel Byrne

Gary Snyder
Poet, 1930+

Geoffrey Fisher
Man of the cloth, 1887 - 1972

George Allen
US senator

George Carlin
American comedian

George Clooney
Started off in American drama ER then moved into films

George Gobel
American comedian

George Lucas
American film director 1944-

George Steiner
American critic, 1929+

Georges Braque
French painter

Glenda Jackson

Golda Meir
Israeli leader, lived 1898-1978

Designer, 1932+

Hank Azaria
Does some voices in the Simpsons

Harper Lee
Author of 'To Kill A Mockingbird'

Harry S Truman
Former President of the USA

Henry Fielding
Lived 1707 - 1754, English novelist and playwright

Henry Fonda

Herbert Spencer
English philosopher, 1820-1903

Honore De Balzac
French novelist 1799-1850

Horace Mann
American educationist, 1796-1859

Hosea Ballou
American Clergyman, lived 1771 - 1852

Idi Amin
Ugandan dictator and former boxer, 1925 - 2003

Irving Berlin
Russian-born US composer

J Robert Oppenheimer

Jack Nicholson
Played the Joker in Batman

James Beard
US author, 1903 - 85

James Haven

James Monroe
5th US President (1817 - 25)

Jan Peter Balkenende
Dutch Prime Minister

Janet Jackson
Singer, sister of Michael

Jason Biggs
The bashful Jim of the American Pie movies

Jay Leno
American talk show host

Jean Renoir
French director

Jeremy Paxman
Presenter of political shows, famous for asking difficult questions

Jerome K Jerome
Author, major work Three Men in a Boat

Jerry Seinfeld
Famous comic actor

Jerry Seinfield
American entertainer/actor, surname spelt Seinfeld (Seinfield is a common mis-spelling)

Jessica Alba
Starred in movies such as Never Been Kisses

Jiddu Krishnamurti
Indian philosopher, 1895-1986

Jimmy Demaret
US golfer, 1910+

Jimmy Stewart
American actor, 1908-97

Joe Louis

John Arbuthnot
Scottish physician

John Keble
English clergyman

John Lubbock
Anthropologist, 1834-1913

John Mortimer
English novelist and barrister

John Muir
Green campaigner, 1838-1914

John Simon
US critic, 1925+

John Stuart Mill
Very famous English philosopher and Utilitarian

Jose Ortega Y Gasset
Spanish writer, philosopher

Joseph Addison
English politician and writer, 1672 - 1719

Joseph Heller
American Novelist 1923 -

Joseph Joubert
French moralist, 1754 - 1824

Judy Davis

Karl Barth
Swiss theologian, 1886 - 1968

Karl Kraus
Austrian writer, 1874 - 1936

Karl Marx
Famous German political philosopher. Lived 1818 - 1883.

Katharine Hepburn
Actress who began her film career in 1932 and continued to act until the mid 90s

Kelly Clarkson
Musician, the first American Idol

Kingsley Amis
London born novelist who died in 1995

Kirsten Dunst
Actress, star of The Virgin Suicides and many others

American showman

Linda Evangelista
Canadian model

Lorraine Hansberry
American playwright, 1930-65

Ludwig Wittgenstein
Famous Austrian philosopher (1889 - 1951)

Madeleine Albright
Secretary of State in the USA during Clinton's presidency

Malcom X
Civil rights campaigner

Margery Allingham
English crime writer

Margot Fonteyn
English ballet dancer

Mark W Clark
Famous soldier

Martha Graham
US dancer, 1891 - 1991

Mary Kay Ash
Businesswoman and founder of large cosmetics company

Mary Robinson
English poet, 1758-1800

Max Frisch
German author

Michael Moore
Comedian, director and outspoken critic of the Bush government in the USA

Michael Palin
Actor, famous particularly for Monty Python's Flying Circus. Also did Around the World with Michael Palin

Michelle Pfeiffer
Ever popular Hollywood star

Nancy Astor
British Conservative politician 1879-1964

Niccolo Machiavelli
Florentine statesman and political philosopher

German poet and novelist, 1772-1801

Olga Korbut
Russian gymnast, 1956+

Oliver Cromwell
Lord Protector of England from 1599-1658

Omar Khayyam
Astronomer-poet of Persia

Orson Welles
Lived 1915 - 1985, Actor and writer

Pete Seeger
American folk singer, 1919-

Pete Townshend
Music star

Peter Frampton
Famous guitarist

Peter Mayhew
Star Wars actor

Pierce Brosnan
Actor, famous for James Bond

Pope John Paul II
Head of the Roman Catholic Church and third longest serving Pope, from 1978 - 2005. Lived: 1920 - 2005.

Rabindranath Tagore
Bengali poet and philosopher, 1861 - 1941

Randall Jarrell
American poet, 1914-65

Reggie Jackson

Renee Zellweger
Star of Bridget Jones Diary

Richard J Daley

Robert Browning
English poet 1812-89

Robert Hall
English minister, 1764 - 1831

Robert Jarvik
Inventor, 1946+

Rollo May
Writer, 1909 - 1994, best known for his work on our struggles in living in the modern world

Ron Wyden
US politician, 1949+

Sachin Tendulkar
Indian cricketer

Saddam Hussein
President of Iraq 1979 - 2003

Salvador Dali
Surreal painter

Shirley MacLaine
US actress

Shirley Temple
Successful actress born in 1928 who began her career aged only 6

Sigmund Freud
Austrian psychiatrist 1856-1939

Soren Kierkegaard
Philosopher, 1813 - 1855

Stevie Wonder
R&B and soul singer/songwriter

Stuart Pearce

Terry Pratchett
Author, writer of the popular Discworld series, 1948+

Thomas Beecham
British conductor

Tim McGraw
Popular male singer in country music

Tim Roth

Tina Fey

Tom Snyder
Journalist, 1936+

Tony Blair
Former British Prime Minister, who started promisingly but whose abiding legacy after his ten years of leadership was probably going to War in Iraq. The day he resigned as Prime Minister he also gave up being an MP (never having liked the House of Commons or Britain anyway hence spending most of his time as leader abroad or covering foreign matters) and was appointed, perhaps ironically, a peace envoy

Tony Goldwyn
US actor, 1960+

Tony Hawk
US athlete, 1968+

Ulysses S Grant
18th President of the USA 1822-85

Uma Thurman
Actress, starred in Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill amongst others

Vanessa Williams

Victoria Wood
English comedienne

Vladimir Nabokov
Russian novelist

W Clement Stone
American businessman, 1902+

William Shakespeare
The most famous English playwright of all time, 1564 - 1616. He wrote a large number of plays in different genres, such as comedies, tragedies, histories and of course romances. Some of his work is still regularly studied in classrooms to this day so his influence is enduring; for instance Romeo and Juliet and Macbeth are still commonly studied. His longest play was Hamlet which many consider to be the greatest play of all time. His influence on the English language was immense with a surprisingly high number of words tracing their origin to his work, as indeed do many phrases. His mind was clearly very productive and his command for story telling and commenting on humans and humanity meant his stories have reached through the ages even if the language now is difficult to understand. For many he is the greatest writer that has ever lived.

Wolfgang Pauli
Austrian-Swiss physicist, 1900 - 58

Yogi Berra
American baseball player

Zubin Mehta
Indian conductor

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