Dec. 22 - Jan. 19
Those who fall under the sign of Capricorn (known as "sea-goats") are notoriously goal-oriented. Career-wise, they like to stand out and be noticed, but can be overwhelmed by fame. Typically private, this sign isn't big on communication but needs to be understood. As partners, they're loyal and loving. Find out which celebs fit this fastidious and honorable sign.
Born: Dec. 26, 1986
This sexy British star celebrates his 31st birthday the day after Christmas. This year proved to be an exciting one for Kit Harington, as he not only starred in HBO's "Game of Thrones" series but he also proposed to his former co-star and current love, Rose Leslie. Not only that, but Kit made his small-screen producer and writer debut in the miniseries "Gunpowder" (in which he also starred). Up next for Kit is a role in the upcoming drama "The Death and Life of John F. Donovan."
Born: Dec. 28, 1934
Known for her roles on "Downton Abbey" and "Harry Potter," the indomitable Academy Award-winning British actress Maggie Smith is about to celebrate her 83rd birthday in 2017. Maggie began acting all the way back in 1955 and has earned her legacy as one of the most beloved stars in Hollywood. Although Maggie isn't working as much as she once did, she lends her voice to the 2018 animated big-screen comedy "Sherlock Gnomes" as Lady Blueberry.
Born: Dec. 28, 1954
Oscar-winning actor Denzel Washington turns 63 on Dec. 28, 2017. The prolific performer and father of four starred in the crime drama "Roman J. Israel, Esq." and just wrapped up production on the 2018 action thriller "The Equalizer 2" (both of which he produced). Fun fact: Denzel produced and directed the 2016 award-winning drama "Fences," in which he starred alongside Viola Davis (who took home an Oscar for best supporting actress in the film).
Born: Dec. 29, 1972
Hunky Brit Jude Law is about to turn 45. This year, the actor and father of five kept busy starring in the historical drama "King Arthur: The Legend of the Sword" and in the stage production of "Obsession." Not only that, but Jude also lent his voice to the Netflix animated comedy "Neo Yokio." Up next for the star in 2018 is the comedy "A Rainy Day in New York" and a role in the fantasy drama "Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald," in which he'll play none other than Albus Dumbledore.
Born: Dec. 29, 1979
Mexican actor, producer, director and writer Diego Luna turns 38 before ringing in the New Year. The handsome father of two and "Flatliners" star also starred in the 2016 sci-fi adventure "Rogue One." Diego, who's currently dating actress Suki Waterhouse, has two films coming in 2018: "Berlin, I Love You" and "A Rainy Day in New York." Aside from acting, Diego is also producing the forthcoming drama "Icebox."
Born: Dec. 30, 1986
British singer Ellie Goulding is about to turn 31 years young. The "Love Me Like You Do" songbird's last album was 2015's "Delirium," which hit No. 3 in the U.S. and U.K. top charts. In 2017, Ellie took the year off after wrapping up her cross-country music tour the year before (although she did collaborate on the single "First Time" with Norwegian DJ Kygo). No word on whether Ellie's working on new music for 2018, but we're hopeful.
Born: Dec. 31, 1995
Gold medal Olympic artistic gymnast Gabby Douglas turns 23 on New Year's Eve. This determined athlete was a force in the 2012 Summer Olympics, winning gold medals in both team and all-around competitions. As the first African-American female gymnast in the history of the Olympics to take first place for the Individual All-Around competition, Gabby is used to slaying. Although she's currently on break, she says she plans on returning to training in 2018.
Born: Jan. 5, 1975
Handsome Hollywood star (and brand-new dad) Bradley Cooper turns 43 on Jan. 5, 2018. The Oscar-nominated actor, producer and director appeared in "Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2" in 2017 while preparing for the arrival of his first child, Lea De Seine Shayk Cooper, in March. Up next for Bradley are the films "Avengers: Infinity War" and the musical drama "A Star Is Born," which he co-wrote, produced, stars in and showcases as his directorial debut.
Born: Jan. 5, 1978
Actress and mom January Jones turns the big 4-0 in 2018. The former "Mad Men" actress and current "Last Man on Earth" co-star is (thankfully) locked on for another season as Melissa in the apocalyptic comedy. January, who's famously dated Hollywood actors like Ashton Kutcher, Jason Sudeikis and even her current co-star, Will Forte, has recently stated that she's happy being a single mom and doesn't feel she needs a partner.
Born: Jan. 6, 1982
Academy Award-winning English actor Eddie Redmayne will turn 36 on Jan. 6, 2018. The "Theory of Everything" star is ramping up for a busy New Year, when he stars in the upcoming sequel "Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald," in which he'll reprise his role as Newt Scamander. Also on the horizon for Eddie is the animated film "Early Man" and the biographical drama "The Aeronauts." Eddie's been married since 2014 to Hannah Bagshawe. The couple shares one daughter.
Born: Jan. 6, 1984
New York-born and -bred "Saturday Night Live" star Kate McKinnon has a reputation for doing hilarious impersonations. Whether she's imitating Kellyanne Conway, Hillary Clinton, Jeff Sessions, Justin Bieber or Angela Merkel, the "Ghostbusters" actress and comedian has proven she can transform into anyone on stage. Kate, the first openly gay female "SNL" star, will turn 34 on Jan. 6, 2018, and has two new movies in the works: "The Spy Who Dumped Me" and "Fam-i-ly."
Born: Jan. 9, 1989
Bulgarian-born actress Nina Dobrev will turn 29 on Jan. 9, 2018. The former "Vampire Diaries" co-star had a busy 2017 with roles in films like "Flatliners" (alongside fellow Capricorn Diego Luna) and "Crash Pad." In the coming year, Nina, who's currently dating actor Glen Powell, has two big-screen dramas in the works, including "Departures" and "Dog Days."
Born: Jan. 11, 1971
Grammy Award-winning hip-hop and R&B singer Mary J. Blige is turning 47 on Jan. 11, 2018. The legendary music star released her newest album, "Strength of a Woman" in 2017 that climbed to No. 3 on the Billboard 200. Following the release of her album, Mary (who's known as the Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul) embarked on a countrywide tour that kicks off again in 2018.
Born: Jan. 12, 1985
Issa Rae, the star, writer and producer of HBO's "Insecure," turns 33 this January. Along with preparing for a third season of her hit show in the coming year, Issa will star in two upcoming films: "The Hate U Give" and "Empress of Serenity" (neither of which have listed release dates). Although Issa's denied the rumors, she's been romantically linked to hunky "Queen Sugar" star Kofi Siriboe.
Born: Jan. 13, 1977
British actor Orlando Bloom is turning 41 on Jan. 13, 2018. The handsome "Pirates of the Caribbean" star (and renowned playboy) was romantically linked to singer Katy Perry until their split in 2017. Orlando, who shares a son with his ex, Miranda Kerr, is tackling the world of television with the upcoming 2019 horror series "Carnival Row," in which he'll star as Rycroft Philostrate. No word on whether Orlando has any films coming in 2018.
Born: Jan 13, 1990
Hunky Australian actor (also known as Thor's little brother and Miley Cyrus's fiancé) Liam Hemsworth will turn 28 on Jan. 13. The "Hunger Games" star didn't have any movies in 2017 but has the crime drama "Killerman" coming in the New Year. In 2019, Liam (who went vegan in 2015) will star alongside Priyanka Chopra and Rebel Wilson in the comedy "Isn't It Romantic."
Born: Jan. 17, 1922
National treasure Betty White is about to turn 96 years old, y'all. The beloved comedic actress began her career in Hollywood in 1945 and continued working all the way up until 2017 with her last role on two episodes of the comedy "Young & Hungry." Although Betty, who gained current superstar status thanks to her role as Rose on "Golden Girls," doesn't have anything on the books for 2018, we're hoping we get to enjoy this legendary star for many years to come.
Born: Jan. 17, 1969
British actor Naveen Andrews is about to embark on the last year of his 40s when he turns 49 on Jan. 17. The former "Lost" star most recently appeared on the epic Netflix original drama "Sense8" as Jonas Maliki. Naveen will reprise the role in 2018 for the series finale. The father of two sons, he is notoriously private about his love life but was romantically linked for 12 years to actress Barbara Hershey (who is 21 years his senior). The couple reportedly parted ways in 2010.
Born: Jan. 18, 1980
Actor, writer and producer Jason Segel will turn 38 on Jan. 18, 2018. The handsome star appeared in the mystery drama "The Discovery" in 2017—a clear departure from his usual big-screen comedies. In 2018, Jason will star alongside Chiwetel Ejiofor in the drama "Come Sunday." In 2016, Jason went public with his romance with photographer Alexis Mixter.
Born: Jan. 19, 1946
Grammy Award-winning country legend Dolly Parton, who's been making music since 1967, will turn 72 on Jan. 19, 2018 (the last official day of Capricorn). The last album Dolly released was "Country: Dolly Parton" in 2016, but that doesn't mean she's in retirement. The vivacious singer, actress and entrepreneur unveiled her plans to add a new venue to her famous amusement park, Dollywood, in 2018. Since 1966, Dolly's been married to businessman Carl Thomas Dean.
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