Oct. 23 - Nov. 22
Scorpio is the most misunderstood sign of the zodiac. Underneath their strong exterior is a tender heart. They're typically shy, but are warm and funny once they're comfortable. Don't cross them, though. When mad, Scorpio can deliver an epic verbal takedown. Naturally creative, this sign is drawn to the arts. They're also open-minded and prone to activism. Find out which stars belong to this powerful sign.
Born: Oct. 23, 1976
Vancouver-born Ryan Reynolds got his start in Hollywood in 1991 and has gone on to become one of the hottest actors in the industry. In 2012, he married Blake Lively, the mother of his two daughters. Known for his sexy yet funny characters, Ryan's proven to be a comedic force in person (check his Twitter account). Up next for the handsome star is the 2018 sequel "Deadpool 2."
Born: Oct. 24, 1986
Hailing from Toronto, Drake started off on TV with "DeGrassi: The Next Generation" before releasing his first hip-hop album, "Thank Me Later," in 2010. The three-time Grammy Award-winning artist has dated a bevy of beauties, including Rihanna and Jennifer Lopez. In 2017, he released his newest, um, playlist (it's basically an album), "More Life," which had 90 million streams on iTunes in the first 24 hours.
Born: Oct. 25, 1984
This Santa Barbara, California, phenom began as Katy Hudson, a Christian music singer who later switched to Perry (her mom's maiden name) to avoid confusion with the actress Kate Hudson. Now Katy's the reigning pop princess and released her newest album, "Witness," in June 2017. She recently split from longtime beau Orlando Bloom and is rumored to be "very close" with Robert Pattinson.
Born: Oct. 25, 1985
Austin-born mom of two Ciara (who's married to Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson) began her music career in 2004 with the release of her album "Goodies," which went triple platinum and officially made her a hit R&B star. Although there's no release date yet, Ciara confirmed in March 2017 that she's busy working on her seventh studio album, saying, "I want to make the world dance."
Born: Oct. 26, 1973
Seth MacFarlane has come a long way from his early Connecticut days. As the creative genius behind "Family Guy," "American Dad" and more, Seth's introduced the adult world to a new brand of animated entertainment. Working in Hollywood since 1995, Seth's become a major star both on and off screen. Fun fact: Seth isn't married, but he once dated "Game of Thrones" star Emilia Clarke.
Born: Oct. 28, 1955
We can thank Seattle native Bill Gates for all things Microsoft, the software company he founded in 1975. Now considered one of the richest men in the world, Bill (married to Melinda Gates in 1994) made his first million when he was just 26 and used his wealth to form The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in 2000 to help the world's least fortunate escape extreme poverty and hunger.
Born: Oct. 28, 1974
Puerto Rico-born actor Joaquin Phoenix has had a long and remarkable career. Once known professionally as Leaf, Joaquin began working in Hollywood in 1982 and developed a reputation for playing tragic, complex characters on screen. In January 2017, the Golden Globe- and Grammy Award-winning actor began quietly dating his "Mary Magdalene" co-star Rooney Mara.
Born: Oct. 28, 1987
Frank Ocean (real name Christopher Francis Ocean) is a Grammy Award-winning musician from Long Beach, California, who grew up in New Orleans. Frank set out to turn his love for music into a career after Hurricane Katrina hit his hometown in 2005. A member of the funk collective Odd Future, Frank released his debut mix tape, "Nostalgia, Ultra," in 2011 followed by his debut album, "Channel Orange," in 2012.
Born: Oct. 29, 1972
Omaha native Gabrielle Union began working in Hollywood in 1993 but didn't come into her own as an actress until the late '90s. The "Being Mary Jane" star married her longtime love, NBA star Dwyane Wade, in 2014. In October 2017, she released her memoir, "We're Going to Need More Wine," in which she shares intimate stories about infertility, being a black woman in Hollywood and more.
Born: Nov. 3, 1987
Colin Kaepernick is perhaps the most controversial figure in NFL history. In 2016, Colin, who was born in Milwaukee and adopted as an infant, made headlines when he sat during the National Anthem to protest police brutality and racial inequality. He later opted to kneel after speaking with ex-Green Beret and former NFL star Nate Boyer, who said kneeling was "more respectful."
Born: Nov. 3, 1995
Los Angeles native Kendall Jenner might be the Kardashians' little sister, but she's not standing in their shadow. Now a major fashion model, Kendall has carved out her own legacy to match that of her famous family members. Along with walking in the Versace and Fendi shows in 2017 and co-founding the Kendall + Kylie Clothing Collection, Kendall is rumored to be dating NBA star Blake Griffin.
Born: Nov. 6, 1988
Unbelievable, but Emma Stone's only been in the acting biz since 2005. Born in Scottsdale, Arizona, Emma got her big break in 2007 film "Superbad," followed by starring roles in films like "Crazy, Stupid Love" and "The Help." In 2017, Emma won an Academy Award for her role in "La La Land" and starred in the biopic "Battle of the Sexes." She's rumored to have rekindled her romance with actor Andrew Garfield.
Born: Nov. 8, 1952
Alfre Woodard's appeared in some of our favorite films and TV shows during her impressive 39-year career. Known for her work on "Private Practice," "Luke Cage" and "12 Years a Slave," Oklahoma-born Alfre made Emmy history in 2013 when she received 17 nominations for 16 different roles. She's been married since 1983 to writer Roderick Spencer and will star in "Juanita" in late 2017.
Born: Nov. 11, 1974
Although California native Leonardo DiCaprio began acting in 1979, he didn't get his big break in Hollywood until 1990, when he appeared as Luke Brower in "Growing Pains." Since then, Leo has starred in countless hit films, including "Titanic," "The Aviator," "Inception" and "The Revenant" (which earned him his first Academy Award). In 2018, Leo is set to star in the drama "The Black Hand."
Born: Nov. 12, 1980
Golden Globe Award-winning actor Ryan Gosling was born in Canada to a Mormon working-class family and later got his start in Hollywood in 1993 as a cast member of "The All New Mickey Mouse Club" (alongside budding stars like Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears). Ryan, who has two daughters with actress Eva Mendes, is currently starring in the 2017 thriller "Blade Runner 2049."
Born: Nov. 12, 1982
It may be hard to believe that Anne Hathaway is old enough to already have had a 18-year career in Hollywood, but it's true. After a role on television, this Brooklyn-born beauty broke onto the big screen with the 2001 hit "Princess Diaries" and has proven herself a force ever since. In 2012, she married Adam Shulman and welcomed their first child in 2016. In 2018, Anne's set to star in "Serenity" and "Nasty Women."
Born: Nov. 15, 1991
Shailene Woodley is a Hollywood star and a passionate activist who participated in the 2016 Standing Rock protest, leading to her highly publicized arrest. Known for her roles in films like "Divergent" and "The Fault in Our Stars" and her role in the HBO series "Big Little Lies," Shailene's slayed on screen since her first role in 1999. She's rumored to be dating rugby player Ben Volavola.
Born: Nov. 16, 1977
Maggie Gyllenhaal began acting in 1992, one year after her little brother, Jake Gyllenhaal, landed his first role. Since then Maggie's taken on provocative roles in diverse films like "Secretary" and "Crazy Heart" (which earned her an Oscar nomination). Maggie's been married to actor Peter Sarsgaard since 2009 and shares two children with him. In 2017, she starred in the HBO series "The Deuce."
Born: Nov. 17, 1978
Canada-born Rachel McAdams got her start in Hollywood in 2001 and has since appeared in numerous hit films like "Mean Girls," "The Notebook" and "Southpaw." The actress (who's rumored to be engaged to writer Jamie Linden) earned her first Oscar nomination in 2016 for her role on "Spotlight." In 2017, she'll star in "Disobedience" and might be returning to "Sherlock Holmes" in 2018.
Born: Nov. 19, 1983
Adam Driver is a San Diego native who became known for his role as Adam in the HBO series "Girls." Before the series ended in 2017, Adam also landed several major film roles like the 2012 hit "Lincoln" and the 2015 film "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." In 2017, Adam starred in "Logan Lucky" and "The Meyerowitz Stories" and wrapped up filming "Star Wars: The Last Jedi." He married actress Joanne Tucker in 2013.
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