Top Ten Famous Aries Stars

Ra'eesah Manack
Jul 12, 2019
10:37 A.M.
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Aries is the first Zodiac sign.  It comes from the Aries constellation and is ruled by Mars. It spans the first 30 degrees of celestial longitude.

Those who have Aries as their birth sign are born between March 20 to April 21. Aries is a fire sign and is symbolized by the Ram.

Those who are Aries have the birthstones Topaz, Aquamarine, Jasper, Heliotrope, Diamond. Like other fire signs, Aries are known for their passionate, motivated, and confident personalities. They are natural leaders who are well-known for being direct. 


1. Russell Crowe

"Gladiator" actor, Russell Crowe was born on April 7, 1964. He famously described his early days as an actor by saying,

" I don't subscribe to any form of acting. I wanted to learn more at the National Institute of Dramatic Art, but I didn't have the money, so I would take any acting job I could find and by the time I had enough money to enroll into the school I didn't really need to go, because while I was working, I gathered all the acting knowledge and experience."


2. Sarah Jessica Parker

"Sex and the City" star Sarah Jessica Parker was born on March 25, 1965. The gorgeous actress started her career at just 8-years-old when she made her first television special.

She also lived with Robert Downey Jr. from 1984 to 1991. In 2001, she was named as one of E!'s "top 20 entertainers."


3. Cynthia Nixon

Like her co-star Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon is also an Aries. She was born on April 9, 1966, to parents in the industry.

Besides her TV career, the star has also worked on and off Broadway since 1980. She was even nominated in 1995 for a Broadway Tony Award as Best Actress for her role in "Indiscretions."


4. Reese Witherspoon

Actress Reese Witherspoon was born on March 22, 1976. Reese began working in the entertainment industry as a model at just 7-years-old.

In 2001, she was one of People magazine's "25 Most Intriguing People." She was also named on E!'s "Top 20 Entertainers of 2001".


5. Kate Hudson

Born on April 19, 1979, it's no wonder Kate Hudson is known for her ability to light up the room. In 2003, she showed off her leadership skills when she started the production company Cosmic Entertainment with Goldie Hawn, Kurt Russell and her brother Oliver Hudson.

In the same year, she featured on Premiere's annual Power 100 List. VH1 also named her on their 100 Hottest Hotties.



6. Mariah Carey

Legendary singer, Mariah Carey was born on March 27, 1970. She is the only female artist to have 18 number one songs on the US Billboard Hot 100 charts.

The star, who is well known for her ability to hit high notes, managed to hit a G7 note during two live performances of "Emotions" in 1991. She also hit an A2 in her 1998 hit "My All."


7. Doris Day

Doris Day, one of the most prolific actresses of all time, was born on April 3, 1922. Premiere magazine ranked her the 24th Greatest Movie Stars of All Time in their Stars in Our Constellation feature 2005.

She is one of the few Hollywood greats to hold not one but two Hollywood stars. She was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Motion Pictures and another for Recording.


8. Matthew Broderick

Known for his comedic acting and boyish charm, Matthew Broderick was born on March 21, 1962. He made his stage debut at 17-years-old.

The star bagged two Tony Awards. One in 1983, as Best Actor for his role in "Brighton Beach Memoirs"; and another in 1995 for Best Actor (Musical) in the revival of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying". 


9. Robert Downey Jr.

Currently known for his recent role as Iron Man in the "Avengers," Robert Downey Jr. is a renowned actor. He was born on April 4, 1965.

"I've always felt like such an outsider in this industry. Because I'm so insane, I guess," said Downey Jr.


10. Alec Baldwin

Actor, Alec Baldwin was born on April 3, 1958. He is only the third person in history to be nominated for both Best Supporting Actor from the Oscars and Worst Supporting Actor from the Razzies in the same year.

In 1993, during an appearance on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, he revealed that he suffers from OCD. When he is not acting he teaches a theater class at The Ross School in New York.