Anyone who believes Virgos are dull isn't acquainted with natives of this scintillating Zodiac Sign. Virgo is ruled by clever Mercury. The brain of the busy Virgo is always clicking away. These folks have the most discerning minds in the Zodiac. Virgos are often on the go. They have oodles of curiosity, thanks to their Mutable Quality. Virgos have a variety of interests. They keep busy from dawn until dusk! Virgo's Zodiac symbol is the Virgin or Grain Harvester. Earth Element Virgos love to garden. They often keep their deep passions hidden from public view. Virgos are caring friends and delicious lovers.
Beyoncé Knowles (September 4, 1981)
Beyoncé is certainly hot! Beyoncé sings beautifully, and looks gorgeous on and offstage. Beyoncé embodies the look of the classic Virgo. She has delicate facial features, a slim torso, and finely tapered fingers. She also boasts the famous Virgo trademark of highly-defined cheekbones and a wide forehead. Beyoncé loved music, acting, and singing from an early age. She was born in Texas and attended the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Houston. She became a member of Destiny's Child, one of the top-selling girl groups of all time, in the 1990s. Beyonce's vocals and glamorous look quickly put her in the limelight. Her first solo album - "Dangerously in Love" - was a big success in 2003. Beyoncé left Destiny's Child in 2005 to concentrate on her solo career. She obtained the coveted lead female role in the movie Dreamgirls in 2006. Virgos have a very clear-eyed view of life, thanks to their analytical ability. She's now considered celeb royalty - Queen Bey!
Pink (September 8, 1979)
Pink knows what she wants! She decided to become a rock star at an early age. She was born in Doylestown, Penn., as Alecia Beth Moore. Virgos are ruled Mercury, the planet of the mind. Pink took practical steps to achieve her goals. She started performing in small clubs in Philadelphia at age 13. She took the stage name Pink after a character in the movie Reservoir Dogs. Pink formed the group Choice at age 16. Famed record producer L.A. Reid heard a tape of the group and signed them to a record deal. Choice broke up shortly thereafter, and Pink went solo. Her first album, Can't Take Me Home, debuted in April 2000 and was a big hit. Pink's second album, Missundaztood, was also a success. Pink had a number one single in November 2008 with the "So What." Pink is very versatile. She's a singer, songwriter, and gymnast. Pink did a trapeze act at the 2010 Grammys. Pink is on-and-off with motocross racer husband Carey Hart. They have a daughter, Willow Sage.
Charlie Sheen (September 3, 1965)
Who says Virgos are dull? Charlie Sheen certainly isn't! Charlie was born into a show business family. His father, Martin, and brother, Emilio, are both noted actors. Charlie attended Santa Monica High School, where he excelled as a baseball player. However, his rebellious nature didn't please the school authorities. Charlie was expelled prior to graduating. Virgos know their own minds at an early age. After leaving school, Charlie decided to become an actor. He achieved stardom via the movies Platoon in 1986 and Wall Street in 1987. Charlie's career hit a slump in the 1990s. His problems with substance abuse were tabloid headlines. In 2003, Charlie was back on top, via the hit TV show Two and a Half Men, but after some major personal drama he was fired from the show in March of 2011. His behavior, both off and on the set, allegedly violated the terms of his studio contract. Charlie has been married three times, and has five children.
Nicole Richie (September 21, 1981)
This former wild child is now a seemingly grounded mother of two. Virgo is of the Earth Element. Home, hearth, and family are number one priorities! Nicole wasn't born to celebrity status - she was adopted into it. Nicole's mother and father worked for famed singer Lionel Richie. When Nicole was a toddler, Lionel and his wife Brenda adopted her. Nicole became a Hollywood princess. She attended kindergarten with Paris Hilton, one of her best friends. Nicole starred in the reality TV show The Simple Life with Paris, which debuted in 2003, and the two at that time graced the tabloids on a regular basis. Once Nicole and Paris ended their friendship, and Nicole became a mom, her weight issues and party-girl problems went away. Virgos need calm in their lives in order to function properly. Virgo is associated with service to others. Taking care of her children helped Nicole learn to take care of herself.
Bill Murray (September 21, 1950)
Funnyman Bill Murray first cut his comedic chops on the National Lampoon Radio Hour with John Belushi, Gilda Radner, and Dan Aykroyd. He then received national attention as one of the featured players on the long-running TV hit Saturday Night Live. Bill's quick wit, sarcasm, and superb timing made him a star. Virgos are very ambitious, and Bill left SNL to embark on a movie career. He achieved wide success with Stripes, Ghostbusters, and Groundhog Day. Virgos strive for perfection. Bill is known for his testiness on movie sets. Virgos can be very critical of themselves and also of others. Bill has a reputation of being hard to get along with. Of course, he wants his projects to be excellent! Virgos delight in quality, and have very discerning eyes. Bill's career had a revival in the 2000s. His roles in the movies Lost in Translation and Broken Flowers brought him very favorable reviews.
Stephen King (September 21, 1947)
Stephen King knows all about human nature. After all, he's a very analytical Virgo. Virgo is ruled by Mercury, the planet of the mind. Many writers are born under this clever Zodiac Sign. Stephen is the most successful horror writer to grace the printed page. His novels are always on the bestseller list. Stephen was born in a small town in Maine. When he was 2 years old, his father left the family. Stephen, his older brother David, and his mother then left Maine. They returned to the state when Stephen was 11. Not surprisingly, most of his tales of terror take place in small towns in Maine. Stephen was an English teacher in a small private school when he sold his first novel, Carrie, to a publishing house in 1973. Stephen used the money he received to quit teaching. He then concentrated full-time on writing. Carrie subsequently became a movie hit. Many of Stephen's novels have been successfully adapted to film, notably Stand by Me, The Shining, and Misery.