Nov. 23 - Dec. 21
Sagittarius is diligent, driven and determined. They're notoriously smart and give 100 percent to their careers. But unlike some workaholics, Sagittarius also likes to have fun. They're adventurous and open-minded, which makes them fun partners in life and the bedroom. Find out which of your favorite celebs belong to this nerdy and naughty star sign.
Born: Nov. 23, 1992
We knew Miley Cyrus years ago as Hannah Montana on her Disney series of the same name, but she's definitely grown since then. Nowadays, Miley's all about living life on her terms (which includes getting lots of tattoos and practicing a vegan lifestyle). Somewhere between hosting NBC's "The Voice" and spending time with her boo, Liam Hemsworth, Miley released a new (very cool) album in September 2017 called "Younger Now."
Born: Nov. 26, 1975
DJ Khaled is the enigmatic producer who makes hit songs for the hottest artists, like Drake and Rihanna. The New Orleans-born star is an award-winning entertainer and proud papa to his young son, Asahd. At just 5 months old, Asahd was credited on his daddy's album "Grateful" as an executive producer and even featured on the album's cover so everyone could bask in his cuteness.
Born: Nov. 26, 1990
Rita Ora is the Kosovo-born singer who's appeared as a judge on different reality-competition shows like "The X Factor" in the U.K. and "America's Next Top Model." With her trademark red lipstick and sexy-meets-sassy style, Rita first topped the charts in London in 2012 before becoming an international music superstar. In 2017, she's released two top-charting singles, "Your Song" and "Anywhere," from her upcoming sophomore album.
Born: Nov. 29, 1964
Oscar-nominated actor Don Cheadle was so moved after starring in the award-winning drama "Hotel Rwanda" that he became an activist for the people of Darfur and Rwanda. Along with being an actor and philanthropist, Don's also a husband and father of two. This passionate star is set to reprise his superhero role as War Machine in the 2018 adventure "Avengers: Infinity War."
Born: Nov. 30, 1965
Emmy award-winner Ben Stiller was born to be funny. His parents, Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, were famous comedians known for making audiences laugh till it hurt. Ben, who's an actor, producer, director and more, shares two children with his ex-wife, actress Christine Taylor. He was once was a cast member on the hit sketch comedy series "Saturday Night Live." In 2017, Ben starred in the Netflix original movie "The Meyerowitz Stories" and the musical comedy "Brad's Status."
Born: Nov. 30, 1985
Model Chrissy Teigen has a well-rounded career. She's released the New York Times best-selling cookbook "Cravings," hosted and appeared on shows like "Lip Sync Battle," and she's appeared in every Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue since 2010. Most recently, Chrissy posed for SI Swimsuit only six months after giving birth to her and singer husband John Legend's baby girl, Luna Simone.
Born: Dec. 1, 1970
There are few standup comedians that can compare to quirky, politically incorrect and proud Sarah Silverman. She's always been vocal (and somehow simultaneously funny) about her political beliefs and now has packaged both into an acclaimed show, "I Love You, America," airing on Hulu. With her fresh take on the political divide, Sarah uses laughter to unite us all.
Born: Dec. 1, 1985
Janelle Monae is a talented actress, singer, model and fashion icon. She learned from the best with legendary rap duo Outkast as her music (and style) mentors. Usually found in black, white and red, Janelle stays in her "uniform" while performing singles like "Queen" and "Yoga." Janelle, who starred in 2016's "Hidden Figures," will also appear in the 2018 biographical drama "The Women of Marwen."
Born: Dec. 1, 1988
With a sexy, cool mom like Lisa Bonet and a rockstar dad like Lenny Kravitz, Zoe Kravitz was never destined to be ordinary. The rising star has appeared in numerous films, such as "X-Men: First Class," "Mad Max: Fury Road" and most recently on the hit HBO series "Big Little Lies." Along with starring in the female-centric comedy "Rough Night," Zoe was recently selected as the face of Yves Saint Laurent's spring 2018 campaign.
Born: Dec. 4, 1969
Known also as Mr. Beyoncé, Jay-Z is a rap mogul who's hard to ignore. With only the Beatles surpassing him, Jay holds second place for the the most No. 1 albums sold. His net worth is estimated at an impressive $812 million, making him one of the richest in the rap game. Now a father of three, Jay and Queen Bey welcomed twins Rumi and Sir Carter to the fold in 2017 (along with their beloved older daughter, Blue Ivy).
Born: Dec. 6, 1967
Judd Apatow is the Emmy award-winning producer, writer and director behind some of your favorite comedies, including "Knocked Up," "Superbad," "Bridesmaids" and "The Big Sick" (to name a few). Judd, who's married to actress Leslie Mann (who you'll remember from one of Judd's other comedies "This Is 40"), is producing the musical comedy "Juliet, Naked" in 2017.
Born: Dec. 8, 1982
Nicki Minaj breaks down boundaries and breaks records. She even breaks hearts, recently having split from her boyfriend, rapper Meek Mill. The Trinidad and Tobago-born and Jamaica, Queens-raised star is working on her fourth studio album right now (although she's keeping the title a secret). She did give us a tease with her recently released single "Motorsport" that features fellow female MC, Cardi B.
Born: Dec. 10, 1985
Raven-Symoné was a beloved child TV star who later became a vocal and, at times, controversial host on "The View." She's continued acting over the years, making appearances on shows like "Black-ish" and "Master of None." In 2017, Raven reprised her "That's So Raven" character in the new comedy series "Raven's Home," where she plays a psychic and single mom of twins living in a very cramped apartment.
Born: Dec. 12, 1970
She was funny when we first found her alongside Anna Faris in the horror-flick parody "Scary Movie." Regina Hall returned to big laughs and box office numbers with this year's hit comedy "Girls Trip," with co-stars Jada Pinkett Smith and Queen Latifah. Fun fact about Regina: After a breakup at 40, she tried to become a nun but was rejected for being too old. Look for Regina in the upcoming movie adaptation of the novel "The Hate U Give."
Born: Dec. 13, 1969
Jamie Foxx once starred on "In Living Color" and graduated to being an Oscar-winning actor in 2005 for his portrayal of Ray Charles in the film "Ray" (which he chased with a Grammy for his hit song "Blame It" in 2010). The father of two starred in the crime drama "Baby Driver" in 2017 and has a role in the 2018 adventure "Robin Hood."
Born: Dec. 13, 1989
Confessional-style pop artist Taylor Swift has great new material for her upcoming music. After winning a civil case against her former DJ (he groped her in 2013, was fired and tried to sue), Taylor proved to the world that she'll never be anyone's victim. Her "slaying" continued when she dropped her newest album, "Reputation," which managed to sell more than 700, 000 copies on the first day. As of Nov. 14, 2017, it has already gone platinum.
Born: Dec. 18, 1963
Brangelina minus Angelina = still hot. Brad Pitt might have divorced two of the top actresses in Hollywood (we see you, Jennifer Aniston), but those baby-blue eyes and chiseled jawline make it so hard for us to take sides. Along with raising his family of six kids and working on his sobriety, Brad's busy filming "Ad Astra," the 2019 sci-fi thriller about an army corp engineer's galaxy-wide search for his father.
Born: Dec. 19, 1980
Oscar-nominated actor Jake Gyllenhaal might be remembered for the cult classic "Donnie Darko" and award-winning drama "Brokeback Mountain," but he's also known as a lady killer, having romanced actresses such as Kirsten Dunst, Reese Witherspoon and Taylor Swift. In 2017, Jake starred in the powerful biopic "Stronger" as well as the action adventure "Okja." He has three films in the works for 2018: "Wildlife," "The Sisters Brothers" and "Rio."
Born: Dec. 20, 1983
Oscar-nominated actor Jonah Hill is a true chameleon who can rock a raunchy comedy like "Superbad," as well as serious dramas like "Moneyball" and "The Wolf of Wall Street." Not only is Jonah an actor, but he's also a producer and writer for films like "Why Him?" and the animated comedy "Sausage Party." In 2017, Jonah lent his voice as the Green Lantern in "The Lego Batman Movie" and wrapped up filming the biopic "Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot" for 2018.
Born: Dec. 21, 1948
Think of your top three favorite movies in the last 30 years. Odds are Oscar-nominated actor Samuel L. Jackson is in at least one. He's played iconic roles like Jules in "Pulp Fiction" and Nick Fury in "Iron Man." While he's tough and cool on screen, he's also a husband and dad at home. Currently, this legendary actor (who appeared in a ton of movies in 2017) has a bunch more in store for us in 2018, including "Glass," a follow-up to the 2000 sci-fi drama "Unbreakable."
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