Independent, fearless, creative and dynamic—these are just a few of the traits of those born under the sign of Aries. Consider this extraordinary collection of people born under the sign of the ram, Aries: Vincent van Gogh, Leonardo da Vinci, Aretha Franklin, Goya, Robert Frost, Rafael, Jane Goodall, Henry James, Hayden, Bach, and too many more to mention.
These days he’s known as Iron Man but the actor has been delivering solid performance since the early 80s. Although his problems with drugs derailed his career for a while, Downey is back in the acting game with greater fame than ever.
Her frankly sexual debut novel, “Fear of Flying,” was published in 1973. In 2015, she followed that up with “Fear of Dying.”
Actor, choreographer, comedian, producer, stuntman, director, martial artist, and Mandopop singer, Chan is a busy guy! His Chinese name means “cannonball.”
Aka “Charlie Hustle,” Rose is a 17-time MLB All-Star and 1973 National League MVP. Despite being banned from baseball while managing the Cincinnati Reds, Rose is still considered a great player, with 4,256 hits in his career.
Australian-born beauty nicknamed “The Body” by members of the press and fashion industry, Macpherson has graced five Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue covers over her career.
Here’s a little-known fact about Hef: he earned a degree in psychology with a double minor in art and creative writing in less than three years—that was before he took an interest in bunnies.
With more than 70 hit singles to her name, Diana Ross was named the “Female Entertainer of the Century” by Billboard magazine.
Legendary musical theatre composer and lyricist whose most famous works include “West Side Story,” “Gypsy” and “Sweeney Todd.”
Debbie Reynolds, 83 (b. 1932) Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 68 (b. 1947) Doris Day, 91 (b. 1924) Olivia Hussey, 64 (b. 1951) Maya Angelou (1928-2014)
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by Donna Giachetti