40 Most Famous Capricorns Celebrities
Those born between December 22 and January 19 are the most ambitious and career-driven sign of the zodiac, and they can always rise to the challenge. The Capricorn sign, often known as the Mountain Goat, is marked by speed and the capacity to go to the top of any mountain or organisation while still being able to show up while smiling.
The people on this list are obviously enthusiastic, committed and are known to be very family oriented. A lot of people would think that these famous Capricorns are ever serious and lack a sense of humour. Still, we beg to differ because if you’re a true fan of any of these people, you’ll realize that they are incredibly talented and some are also hilarious. Scroll and read about these famous Capricorns.
1. Kate Middleton
On January 9th, 1982, Catherine Elizabeth Middleton was born in Reading, Berkshire. We now know her as the Princess of Wales. The fact that Catherine is married to William, Prince of Wales, the reputed heir to the British throne, makes her the most likely candidate to be the next queen consort.
She first met William in 2001 while studying art history at the University of St Andrews in Scotland, where she also got her schooling. Just before that, she attended St Andrew’s School and Marlborough College.
Before their engagement became public in November 2010, she had a career in marketing, retail, and nonprofit work. They were married at Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011. The couple’s three eldest children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, are ranked second, third, and fourth in the succession to the British throne.
2. Michelle Obama
On January 17, 1964, Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama was born in Chicago, Illinois. She was America’s first lady from 2009 to 2017. She is an American lawyer and novelist. She is the seventh First Lady to have both a doctorate degree and legal experience.
Her reputation as an intelligent, educated, and independent woman has made her a role model for women not just in America but all throughout the world. She’s an intelligent young woman who excelled in school and went on to Harvard Law School.
3. Orlando Bloom
Orlando Jeremy Blanchard Copeland On January 13, 1977, Bloom was born in Canterbury, England. He’s a famous British actor that we know and love. He acted as a rent boy in the 1997 film Wilde, Bloom which gave him his breakthrough into the movie industry.
He received his first important job, playing Legolas in the Lord of the Rings film series, two days after earning his Guildhall degree in 1999. In 2009, Bloom was chosen to serve as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.
Park Jae-sang was born on December 31, 1977, in Seoul, South Korea. He is a record producer, rapper, performer, and composer from South Korea. Professionally, he was known as Psy.
Psy is well-known both at home and internationally for his popular song “Gangnam Style” and his entertaining live performances. The Yale Book of Quotations ranked the song’s chorus as one of the most popular catchphrases of 2012.
5. Zayn Malik
On January 12th, 1993, Zain Javadd Malik was born in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. He is an R&B and pop singer from England. During the British music competition television programme The X Factor in 2010, Zayn performed a solo audition.
As one of the five members of the boy band One Direction, who went on to become one of the most popular boy bands of all time, he was welcomed back into the competition after being eliminated. He announced his breakup with the group in March 2015 and signed a deal with RCA Records for a solo album. His next collaborations with Sia and Taylor Swift, “Dusk Till Dawn” and “I Don’t Want Live Forever,” were big successes all over the world.
6. Diane Sawyer
On December 22, 1945, Lila Diane Sawyer was born in Glasgow, Kentucky. She worked as a broadcast journalist on American television. She has a solid reputation for being an anchor for major ABC NEWS programmes.
She began working as a weather forecaster after graduating. She made the trip to Washington and spent a number of years serving as the White House press secretary and writing consultant for US President Richard Nixon before concluding that this job was uninspiring and moving to hosting talk shows.
7. Lee Daniels
On December 24, 1959, Lee Daniels was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is an American director, producer, and a reputable screenwriter. Monster’s Ball was his first film for which he received a producing credit and for which Halle Berry won the Academy Award for Best Actress, Daniels made history as the first African-Amercian film producer.
He made Shadowboxer, a movie, his first effort as a director in 2005. The films Precious, The Paperboy, The Butler, and The United States vs. Billie Holiday, all of which he co-wrote, were also directed by him since that time. Daniels was nominated for two Oscars—for Best Director and Best Picture—for Precious, which got the highest praise from critics and earned six nominations.
8. Enrique Martín Morales
Enrique Martin Morales was born in San Juan on December 24th 1957. He is known as a singer, composer and actor from Puerto Rico. His diverse musical talent has won him the titles “King of Latin Pop,” “The King of Latin Music,” and “The God of Latin Pop.” He is particularly talented in the Latino pop, dance, reguetón, and salsa genres.
9. Ryan Seacrest
Ryan is also a December baby who was born in 1974. He is a famous celebrity, especially for those who are E-news fans. He co-hosts the television programme “Live with Kelly and Ryan,” and he also serves as the host of many other programmes, including “American Idol,” “American Top 40,” and “On Air.”
He’s also been on the radio with Tom Sullivan who trained Ryan, he managed to secure an internship when he was only 16 years old and as a high school student. In order to pursue a career in broadcasting, he dropped out of college at the age of 19 and relocated to Hollywood.
10. Sissy Spacek
Mary Elizabeth Spacek was born in December 1949. Just like many talented people, Spacek wanted a career in music and she managed to release a song in 1968 titled “John You Went Too Far This Time,” which had lyrics that criticised John Lennon for his and Yoko Ono’s scantily dressed album cover of Two Virgins.
Once her music sales started to fall, her record label dropped her. Spacek decided to pursue acting after deciding to attend the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film School. For Andy Warhol’s Factory, a Ford Models client, she performed as an extra and served as a picture model.
11. Jared Leto
Jared is a musician and actor from America who was born on December 26th, 1971. He started off his career with a broken piano as his first instrument, Leto and his brother began their start in music at an early age. After discovering a passion for filmmaking, he transferred schools and enrolled at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. While he was a student there, he co-wrote, directed, and starred in his short film “Crying Joy.”
He has won many honours throughout his three-decade career, including an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award. He is also famous for his thorough performance in a range of roles.
12. Kit Harington
We know him from the famous series Game of Thrones, but did you also know that he’s a Capricorn baby? Kit Harington was born on December 26th, 1986 in London where he also studied at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Harington got his breakthrough in the film industry after the West End Production of War Horse in 2009 as Albert Narracott, the titular character.
He has won awards for a number of awards, including the Golden Globe Award and two Primetime Emmy Awards. Harington developed, produced, and appeared in the 2017 BBC drama series Gunpowder, which was based on the crucial role his ancestor Robert Catesby played in the Gunpowder plot.
13. Timothée Chalamet
Timothée Hal Chalamet was born on December 27, 1995, in New York. He’s a famous American teenager who we all remember from the drama series Homeland In Luca Guadagnino’s coming-of-age film Call Me by Your Name, Chalamet played the title character, a lovelorn teen who gains international attention and earns an Oscar Award nomination for Best Actor.
He had lead roles as a teenage cannibal in Guadagnino’s romantic horror thriller Bones and All, a drug addict Nic Sheff in the drama Beautiful Boy, and Paul Atreides in Denis Villeneuve’s science fiction feature Dune, in addition to minor parts in Greta Gerwig’s films Lady Bird and Little Women.
14. Denzel Washington
Denzel Washington is a phenomenal actor and director who was born on December 28th, 1954. Washington’s acting career began in 1979 with a production of Coriolanus by William Shakespeare off-Broadway. His role in the hospital drama St. Elsewhere helped him become famous at first.
In 2010, he took home the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play for his performance in the Broadway production of Fences by August Wilson. The film adaptation, which Washington later produced, directed, and acted in, was nominated for four Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Actor.
15. Seth Meyers
Seth is a writer, producer, actor, comedian, and television personality from the United States who also happens to be a Capricorn. On NBC, he is the host of the late-night chat show Late Night with Seth Meyers. Even before that, he served as the show’s Weekend Update host and main performer as well as its screenwriter for NBC’s Saturday Night Live.
16. Gayle King
Gayle King was born on December 28, 1954, in Evanston, Illinois. She is an American broadcast journalist, novelist, and television personality. She worked for CBS News as a co-host of CBS Mornings, the network’s premier morning programme, and CBS This Morning’s founder. She also serves as the O magazine’s chief editor. King was on the list of the “100 Most Important People of 2019.”
18. John Legend
John who we know always gives all of him(hope you listen to his music) was born on December 28, 1978, in Springfield, Ohio. John is a pianist, singer, composer, and record producer from the United States. In order to launch his musical career, he worked behind the scenes, contributing piano to Lauryn Hill’s “Everything Is Everything” and making uncredited cameo appearances on Alicia Keys’s and Jay-“Encore” Z’s “You Don’t Know My Name.”
19. Alison Brie
If you’re a Disney fan then you would know Alison Brie Schermerhorn who was born in Hollywood, California. She’s an American actress who starred in the series Hannah Montana, Brie played the inexperienced hairdresser Nina in her very first television role in 2006. She received a Screen Actors Guild Award for her widely praised television performance as Trudy Campbell in Mad Men, which served as the spark for the start of her career.
On December 30, 1984, LeBron Raymone James Sr was born. Lebron is an American professional basketball player with the National Basketball Association’s Los Angeles Lakers (NBA). When people talk about the best basketball players in history, they mostly compare him to Michael Jordan under the nickname “King James.” very best.
James has taken home two Olympic gold medals, three All-Star MVP Awards, four MVP awards in the NBA Finals, four MVP awards overall, and four NBA titles.
21. Meredith Vieira
Meredith is a broadcast journalist and television personality from the United States who was born on December 30. Her most famous roles include acting as the show’s first moderator and co-hosting the NBC morning news programme Today (1997–2006). She also served as the show’s first host when it began on a national basis. She currently serves as the host of the daily game programme 25 Words or Less.
22. Dax Shepard
On January 2, 1975, in Highland Township, Michigan, Dax Randall Shepard was born. He’s an American actor, and a comedian who also hosts a podcast. Since 2018, he has been the host of the podcast Armchair Expert, which features conversations with journalists, academics, and famous people.
23. Bradley Cooper
Bradley is a movie director and actor we all know as a handsome man who shines as an actor but also a Capricorn. He has won several honours, including the British Academy Film Award, two Grammy Awards, and other distinctions. In addition to everything else he has also been nominated for nine Academy Awards, six Golden Globe Awards, a Tony Award, and nine other awards.
In 2011, People magazine named Cooper “Sexiest Man Alive,” as a way of portraying him as a sex icon. He lends support to various cancer prevention organisations. Cooper not only fathered a child with the model Irina Shayk, but he was also married to Jennifer Esposito for a brief period of time.
25. Diane Keaton
On the 5th of January, 1946, a talented actress known as Diane was born. She has won several awards during her career, which have lasted more than six decades, including the AFI Life Achievement Award, two Golden Globe Awards, an Academy Award, and a British Academy Film Award.
Keaton’s career in theatre began when she appeared in the 1968 Broadway production of the musical Hair. She was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play the following year for her performance in Woody Allen’s comedy-drama Play it Again, Sam. Following that, she had a small role in Lovers and Other Strangers before gaining fame for her role of Kay Adams-Corleone in Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather, a role she later repeated in Parts II and III.
26. Carrie Ann
On January 5th, 1968, Carrie Ann Inaba was born in Honolulu, Hawaii. She is a dancer, choreographer, actor, singer, and television personality from the United States. She is most recognised for her position as a judge on ABC TV’s Dancing with the Stars, where she has worked since 2005. She co-hosted and served as host of the CBS Daytime talk show The Talk from 2019 to 2021.
27. Katie Couric
We know Katherine as a reporter and broadcaster but she’s also a Capricorn. She founded the multiplatform news organization known as Katie Couric Media. Apart from airing on TV she also writes, Katie publishes a daily newsletter known as the Wake Up Call. From 2013 through 2017, she anchored Yahoo’s global news. Earlier in her career, Couric worked as an assignment editor for CNN. She has since hosted shows on all three of the Big Three US television networks.
28. Mary J. Blige
We all know Mary for her iconic hits and silky voice but apart from that she was also born in January 1971. We’ve seen her as an actress and thanks to Andre Harrell who chose to sign her to Uptown Records, we’ve all heard love songs from her that have taken us through rough heartbreaks or romantic moments.
29. Michael J. Fox
Michael is a retired actor who was born on January 9th 1941. He’s a brilliant actor who you probably remember seeing on the NBC comedy Family Ties, he was famous for his role as Alex P. Keaton and other roles in famous shows.
Fox won a Grammy, two Screen Actors Guild Awards, four Golden Globe Awards, and five Primetime Emmy Awards. In addition to being listed on the Canada Walk of Fame in 2000 and the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2002, he was also given the title of Officer of the Order of Canada in 2010.
30. Julia Louis-Dreyfus
On the 13th of January 1961, Julia was born in New York City. Julia is a comedian, producer, and actor from the United States. Louis-Dreyfus performed with The Second City, one of Chicago’s most well-known theatre companies, to gain experience in improvisational theatre.
She and Cloris Leachman are the only people to have earned eight Screen Actors Guild Awards and the most Primetime Emmy Awards combined, making her one of the most outstanding actresses in the history of American television. Louis-Dreyfus has received multiple awards for her work, including a Golden Globe, nine Screen Actors Guild Awards, five American Comedy Awards, eight Emmys for acting and three for producing.
31. Jason Bateman
If you’re an Ozark fan then you know Jason, what you probably didn’t know is that he’s a Capricorn.
In the Netflix crime drama Ozark and the Fox/Netflix sitcom Arrested Development, he played Marty Byrde and Michael Bluth, together (2017–2022). On the NBC drama series Little House on the Prairie at the beginning of the 1980s, he began his career as an actor. Among the awards he has received are the Satellite, the Primetime Emmy, the Golden Globe, and the Screen Actors Guild.
32. LL Cool J
LL Cool J whose real name is James Todd Smith was born on January 14th 1968 in New York. He is an American actor, rapper, songwriter, and record producer. He was one of the first rappers to achieve commercial success, along with fellow new school hip-hop artists like Beastie Boys and Run-DMC. Smith began rapping at the age of 10, with the hip-hop group The Treacherous Three serving as an influence.
33. Sade Adu
On January 16, 1959, Helen Folasade Adu was born in Ibadan, Nigeria. She is a British singer of Nigerian origin. She started the band Sade after becoming well-known as a performer, and in 1983, she signed a recording deal with Epic Records. After releasing Diamond Life the next year, the band joined them.
34. Lin-Manuel Miranda
On January 16th, 1980, Lin-Manuel Miranda was born in New York City. He is an American writer, actor, musician, and director. He is most known for writing the musical scores for the Broadway productions of Hamilton and In the Heights as well as the Disney animated films Moana and Encanto.
He has received several honours, including the Pulitzer Prize, three Tony Awards, two Laurence Olivier Awards, three Grammy Awards, two Primetime Emmy Awards, an Annie Award, and a MacArthur Fellowship Award.
35. Jim Carrey
On January 17, 1962, James Eugene Carrey was born in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada. He is a comedian, actor, and artist who we all know puts a smile on our faces every time we’ve watched him. Carrey originally rose to fame in 1990 after obtaining a part in the American sketch comedy television series In Living Color. He is known for his lively comedy performances.
With the films Pet Detective, The Mask, and Dumb and Dumber, he became a movie star. While typically being cast in humorous parts, Carrey has had success in dramatic roles. His first notable achievement came with the made-for-television film Doing Time on Maple Drive, which received an Emmy nomination.
36. Freddy Rodriguez
On January 17, 1975, in Chicago, Illinois, Freddy Rodriguez was born. He is probably best recognised for his performances as Benny Colon in Bull, Federico Diaz in Bull, and Gio in Ugly Betty.
He acted as Pedro Aragon Jr. in A Walk in the Clouds alongside Keanu Reeves and Giancarlo Giannini and as a Vietnam War veteran in Larenz Tate and Chris Tucker’s 1995 film Dead Presidents.
37. Betty White
On January 17, 1922, Betty Marion White was born in Oak Park, Illinois. During the war, White applied to work in the film industry but was turned down because she was “not photogenic.”
She started looking for radio gigs where appearance wasn’t a requirement. She read commercials, played brief pieces, and occasionally even made noise for crowds during her first radio employment. Each assignment paid her roughly $5. She did a lot to get to where we now know she is and it wasn’t exactly a suitable journey, but look at her now, it paid off.
38. James Earl Jones
James Earl Jones has been referred to as “one of the finest actors in American history” and “one of the most respected and varied actors in America” and is well known for his work in theatre, television, and film. During the course of a six-decade career, Jones is one of the select few performers to have won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony award (EGOT).
39. Zooey Deschanel
Zooey was born on January 17th 1980. Deschanel is known for her satirically funny roles in comedies like The Good Girl, The New Guy, Elf, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Failure to Launch, Yes Man, 500 Days of Summer, and Our Idiot Brother.
She has also appeared in a few serious films, including Manic, All the Real Girls, Winter Passing, Bridge to Terabithia, The Happening, and The Driftless Area. She starred in Jessica Day in the Fox comedy New Girl from 2011 to 2018, and for that role, she received three Golden Globe nominations and a Primetime Emmy.
40. Dolly Parton
She is an American actress, singer-songwriter, businesswoman, and philanthropist. She was well-known in the country music industry. After finding success as a composer for other people, Parton released her self-titled newest album in 1967.
Because of this, she was very famous throughout the rest of the 1960s (both as a solo artist and on a number of duet records with Porter Wagoner), but her sales and chart peak didn’t happen until the 1970s and persisted into the 1980s.
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