Pisces Celebrity Stars
If you want the inside scoop on your Pisces friend, lover, or relative, just look at Pisces' Zodiac symbol: two Fish swimming in different directions! Pisces is of the Mutable Quality and very changeable. Pisces native's emotions rule their heads, and they react to the world around them via their deep intuition and insight. Pisces can be very dualistic, and a Pisces can feel and think two ways at once, so keep that in mind if you have a Pisces lover. Luckily, a Pisces is capable of deep devotion once he or she finds a soul mate.
Drew Barrymore (February 22, 1975)
Drew Barrymore embodies the magical qualities of Pisces. She is a free spirit, in keeping with her Mutable Quality Zodiac Sign. Drew splashed onto the silver screen when she was a young child, starring in the hit movie E.T., The Extra-Terrestrial in 1982. Her father, John Drew Barrymore, is the son of legendry actor John Barrymore. Drew's turbulent childhood and teenage years were tabloid fodder. The Fish can withdraw into a fantasy world fueled by alcohol or drugs. Drew had a drug problem for many years, but found inner strength and kicked her addictions. Now, she is quite the accomplished, multi-talented star! Pisces natives may struggle for a while, but they always swim to the surface. Drew had a movie comeback in her 20s. She starred in hit movies including Boys on the Side, The Wedding Singer, and Ever After. Pisces natives often have turbulent love lives, due to their diffuse energy. Pisces can find it hard to commit! Drew was briefly married twice, and has been in several on/off affairs. She finally seemed to settle down with Will Kopelman, with whom she had two children, but they split, too. Drew demonstrated her directorial talent via the movie Whip It in 2009. She even has her own winery now!
Olivia Wilde (March 10, 1984)
Olivia was born into a very accomplished family. Her father and mother, Andrew and Leslie Cockburn, are noted journalists. Olivia lived in Washington, D.C. as a child. Their houseguests included famed rocker Mick Jagger! Olivia wanted to be an actress since she was two years old. She attended the Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin, Ireland, as a teenager. She took the last name “Wilde” as her stage name as a tribute to noted playwright Oscar Wilde. Olivia married an Italian nobleman, Tao Ruspoli, the son of a prince, at age 19, but the marriage did not last. Pisces natives are true romantics. The Zodiac symbol of Pisces is two Fish swimming in different directions. Olivia has dual citizenship via Ireland and the United States. Olivia had roles in the TV shows The O.C. and The Black Donnellys, and currently stars in the hit medical drama/comedy House. Olivia headed the list of Maxim Magazine's Hot 100 in 2009. Pisces eyes are their best features – hers are a piercing teal.
Eva Longoria (March 15, 1975)
Lovely Eva Longoria is certainly not a desperate housewife! She's an accomplished actress, who worked long and hard to achieve success. Eva was born in Corpus Christi, Texas. She grew up on a ranch and has three older sisters, one of whom (Elizabeth) has Down's Syndrome. Eva has said growing up with Elizabeth made her sensitive to the special needs of others. Pisces natives are extremely empathetic. Eva decided to be an actress after graduating college. She went to Los Angeles and hired an agent. Pisces natives move very quickly when in pursuit of a goal. Eva was signed for daytime soaps The Bold and the Beautiful, General Hospital, and The Young and the Restless. She got her lucky break in the hit TV series Desperate Housewives in 2004. When Pisces people fall in love, they fall hard. Eva dated baseball player Tony Parker for several years, then they tied the knot in a lavish Paris wedding in 2007. Eva allegedly learned that Tony was cheating on her, and they divorced. She got married for the third time to José Bastón in 2016.
Emile Hirsch (March 13, 1985)
Emile Hirsch loves poetry! Pisces is the Zodiac Sign associated with poetry, dancing, sculpting, and every other artistic medium. Emile's mother Margaret and sister Jennifer are both artists. Emile grew up in Topanga, Calif., and he was introduced to acting at an early age, when he went to summer drama camp with his sister. Emile quickly fell in love with being an actor, and at the age of 8 he started working in TV, obtaining parts in Sabrina the Teenage Witch and NYPD Blue. From his TV roles Emile graduated to movies, starring in The Emperor's Club and The Secret Lives of Altar Boys. In short order, Emile was the star of the cult classic Lords of Dogtown, a movie about the skateboard culture. He then catapulted into the lead role in the movie Into the Wild, for which he received a Screen Actor's Guild nomination as Best Actor. Pisces is symbolized by the dualistic Fish swimming in two different directions, and Emile has stated that the way he feels depends on what day it is! Sometimes he feels shy; sometimes wild.
Ellen Page (February 21, 1987)
Ellen Page certainly expressed her Sun Sign when she acted in fellow Pisces Drew Barrymore's movie Whip It. Pisces governs the feet, and Ellen got plenty of foot action playing a member of a roller derby team. Ellen first achieved fame when she received an Oscar nomination for Best Actress for her starring role in Juno. Ellen hails from Halifax, Canada, and she knew from an early age she wanted to be an actress. Ellen is ruled by Neptune, the planet that governs art, magic, and illusion, and she attended the very aptly named Neptune Theater School in Canada. Ellen obtained her first role at age 10 in the Canadian TV movie Pit Pony, which was turned into a TV series. By the time Ellen was 16, she was starring in independent films, most notably in 2005's Hard Candy, for which she received critical acclaim. Ellen made the breakthrough to a big budget Hollywood film in X-Men: The Last Stand, which led to her lead role in Juno. Ellen has the pert face and expressive eyes that are typical of the physical features of a Pisces. She reportedly loves sushi, a perfect food choice for the sign of the Fish.
Javier Bardem (March 1, 1969)
Spanish actor Javier Bardem came to his profession naturally, since most of his family, including his grandparents, are all actors, screenwriters or directors. When Javier won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his role as sociopathic killer Anton Chigurh in No Country for Old Men, he dedicated his Oscar to his mother and to his family, and to all the actors of Spain. Pisces natives are very emotional, thanks to their Water Element, and they maintain close ties to their loved ones. Javier's first movie role of note was in the Spanish film Jamon, jamon in 1992, starring alongside his famous now-wife, Taurus Penelope Cruz. Javier came to international attention in 2000, when he played Cuban poet Reinaldo Arenas in the movie Before Night Falls, a role that enabled him to become the first Spanish actor ever nominated for an Oscar for Best Actor. Javier didn't win, but his career received a huge boost. Javier delves deeply into the characters he portrays. Pisces natives have a very intuitive knowledge of others, and they can immerse themselves into the psyches of the people they connect with.