Taurus Celebrities

Andre Agassi, Honore de Balzac, David Beckham, Tony Blair, Bono, James Brown, Pierce Brosnan, Mikhail Bulgakov, George Vitsin, Marina Vladi, Andrey Voznesensky, Yaroslav Hasek, Salvador Dali, Jerome Klapka Jerome, Alexander Druz, Linda Evangelista, Eliza II, Vladimir Zhirinovsky, Robert Zemeckis, Immanuel Kant, Philip Kirkorov, George Clooney, Ivan Kulibin, Pierre Curie, Vladimir Lenin, Vladislav Listyev, George Lucas, Karl Marx, Samuel Morse, Jack Nicholson, Bulat Okudzhava, John Paul II, Al Pacino , Simon Petliura, Michele Placido, Sergey Prokofiev, Misha Le Pfeiffer, Francis Skorina, Benjamin Spock, Galina Starovoitova, Rabindranath Tagore, Stevie Wonder, Sigmund Freud, Omar Khayyam, Ho Chi Minh, Saddam Hussein, Peter Tchaikovsky, Yuri Shevchuk, William Shakespeare, Cher, Yuri Yakov. 

On the border of the signs of Aries and Taurus on April 20 were born:

Napoleon III Bonaparte, French Emperor (1808)
Adolf Hitler, Fuhrer (1889)
Harold Lloyd, actor, comedian (1893)
Vyacheslav Fetisov, hockey player (1958)
Carmen Electra, American actress and singer (1972) 

April 21

Ivan Kulibin, self-taught mechanic (1735)
Arina Rodionovna Yakovleva, nanny of A.S. Pushkin (1758)
Charlotte Bronte, English writer (1816)
Max Weber, founder of modern sociology (1864)
Anthony Queen, American actor (1915)
Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain (1926)
Iggy Pop, American musician (1947)
Chris Kelmi, Russian musician (1955)
Andy MacDowell, American film actress (1958)
Robert Smith, The Cure Leader (1959)
Gwendal Peiser, French skater (1972)
Isabella, Princess of Denmark (2007) 

April 22

Immanuel Kant, German philosopher (1724)
Vladimir Romanov, Prince (1847)
Vladimir Lenin, statesman (1870)
Harald Bohr, Danish mathematician, brother of Niels Bohr (1887)
Ludwig Rennes, German writer, opponent of Nazism (1889)
Vladimir Nabokov, Russian writer (1899)
Robert Oppenheimer, American physicist, creator of the atomic bomb (1904)
Ivan Efremov, science fiction writer (1907)
Yehudi Menuhin, American violinist and conductor (1916)
Jack Nicholson, American actor (1937)
Natalia Sumskaya, Ukrainian actress (1956)
Donald Tusk, Polish politician (1957)
Kaka, Brazilian footballer (1982) 

April 23

William Shakespeare, English playwright (1564)
Max Planck, German physicist (1858)
Sergey Prokofiev, composer (1891)
Mate Zalka, Hungarian antifascist writer (1896)
George Vitsin, film actor (1918)
Maurice Druon, French writer (1918)
Grigory Tyutyunnik, Ukrainian writer and poet (1920)
Vasily Zemlyak, Ukrainian writer and screenwriter (1923)
Shirley Temple, American actress (1928)
Roy Orbison, American singer (1936)
Michael Moore, American writer, director (1954)
Dev Patel, a British actor who starred in Slumdog Millionaire (1990) 

April 24

Francis Skorina, Belarusian first printer (1490)
Vincent de Paul, French Monk (1581)
Jean Charles de Marignac, Swiss chemist who discovered ytterbium (1817)
Barbra Streisand, American singer and actress (1942)
Robert Cialdini, popularizer of social psychology and author of books on influence (1945)
Jean-Paul Gaultier, French fashion designer (1952)
Alessandro Costacurta, Italian footballer (1966) 

April 25

Oliver Cromwell, British statesman (1599)
Boris Sheremetev – Russian military leader and diplomat (1652)
Semyon Mikhailovich Budyonny, Soviet military leader (1883)
Vasily Pavlovich Solovyov-Sedoy, composer (1907)
Ella Fitzgerald, American jazz singer (1917)
Yuri Yakovlev, actor (1928)
Al Pacino, American actor (1940)
Mikhail Kononov, film actor (1940)
Vladimir Zhirinovsky, Russian politician (1946)
Johan Cruyff, Dutch soccer player, three-time winner of the Golden Ball, one of the few recognized football geniuses (1947)
Vladislav Tretyak, hockey goalkeeper (1952)
Andy Bell, British musician, lead singer of Erasure (1964)
Renee Zellweger, American film actress (1969)
Jason Lee, American film actor, famous for the TV series My name is Earl (1970) 

April 26

Marie de Medici, Queen of France in 1600-1610 (1573)
Eugene Delacroix, French artist (1798)
Peter Ivanovich Kapnist, writer, playwright, poet (1830)
Gabdulla Tukai, Tatar folk poet (1886)
Giorgio Moroder, composer, one of the “fathers” of disco music (1940)
Igor Sarukhanov, singer and composer (1956) 

April 27

Samuel Morse, American inventor (1791)
Herbert Spencer, British evolutionary philosopher (1820)
Ulysses Grant, 18th President of the United States (1822)
Sergei Prokofiev, Soviet composer (1891)
Walter Lanz (Lanza), American animator, creator of Woody Woodpecker woodpecker (1900)
Evgeny Morgunov, film actor (1927)
Igor Davidovich Oistrakh, violinist (1931)
Anouk Aimee, French actress (1932)
Marina Levtova, film actress (1959)
Dinara Safina, tennis player (1986) 

April 28

Edward IV, King of England (1442)
James Monroe, 5th President of the United States (1758)
Zoya Voskresenskaya, writer, scout (1907)
Oscar Schindler, a German businessman who saved 1,100 Jews during the war years (1908)
Ferruccio Lamborghini, Italian car manufacturer (1916)
Mikhail Genin, satirist (1927)
Saddam Hussein, Iraqi dictator (1937)
Jay Leno, American comedian (1950)
Mary McDonnell, American actress (1952)
Irina Shvedova, singer (1959)
Penelope Cruz, Spanish film actress (1974)
Jessica Alba, American film actress (1981) 

April 29

Vasily Nikitich Tatishchev, historian, statesman (1686)
Grigory Gagarin, artist, prince (1810)
Alexander II, Russian Emperor (1818)
Duke Ellington, American jazz pianist, composer, conductor (1899)
Hirohito, Emperor of Japan (1901)
Gerard Uri, French actor and director (1919)
Jean Rochefort, French film actor (1930)
Phillip Neuss, Australian-American Director and Writer (1950)
Larisa Udovichenko, film actress (1955)
Michelle Pfeiffer, American film actress (1957)
Andre Agassi, American tennis player (1970)
Uma Thurman, American actress (1970)
Infanta Sofia, Princess of Spain (2007) 

April 30

Karl Friedrich Gauss, German mathematician, astronomer and physicist (1777)
Franz Lehar, Hungarian composer and conductor (1870)
Jaroslav Hasek, Czech satirist (1883)
Joachim von Ribbentrop, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Germany (1893)
Nikolai Grinko, actor (1920)
Charles XVI Gustaf, King of Sweden (1946)
Lars von Trier, Danish film director and screenwriter (1956)
Nikolai Fomenko, Russian TV presenter and musician (1962)
Philip Kirkorov, singer (1967) 
Andrey Gubin, singer (1974)
Kirsten Dunst, American film actress (1982) 

May 1

Marcel Proust, French writer (1862)
Alexander Fedorovich Borisov, film actor (1905)
Glenn Ford, American film actor (1916)
Fedor Khitruk, animated film director (1917)
John Wu, Hong Kong-American Director (1946)
Jadwiga Poplavskaya, Belarusian singer (1949) 

May 2

Catherine II, Russian Empress (1729)
Jerome Klapka Jerome, English writer (1859)
Benjamin Spock, American Pediatrician (1903)
Alexey Korenev, director (1927)
David Suchet, an English film actor, known in the image of Hercule Poirot (1946)
David Beckham, English footballer (1975) 

May 3

Niccolo Machiavelli, Italian statesman and thinker (1469)
Alexander Benois, Russian artist of the Silver Age (1870)
Golda Meir, Prime Minister of Israel (1898)
Nikolay Yakovchenko, actor (1900)
Bing Crosby, American film actor, singer (1903)
James Brown, American singer and composer (1933)
Arkady Inin, screenwriter (1938)
Nona Gaprindashvili, Georgian chess player, fifth world champion in chess history (1941)
Natalya Andreichenko, Russian-American actress (1956) 

May 4

Ansari, Persian mystic poet (1006)
Claude Gillot, first French actor (1673)
Friedrich Arnold Brockhaus, German publisher (1772)
Ivan Snegirev, Russian historian, ethnographer (1793)
Audrey Hepburn, British actress (1929)
Tatyana Samoilova, actress (1934)
Amos Oz, Israeli writer (1939)
Rovshan Askerov, connoisseur of the club “What? Where? When? ”(1972)
Anastasia (Nastya) Kamenskih, Ukrainian singer, member of the group “Potap and Nastya” (1987) 

May 5

Karl Marx, German philosopher and politician (1818)
Henryk Sienkiewicz, Polish writer (1846)
Georgy Yakovlevich Sedov, Arctic explorer (1877)
Evgeny Dolmatovsky, poet (1915)
Nikolay Kondratyuk, Ukrainian singer (baritone) (1931)
Maria Biesu, Moldavian singer (1934)
Lyon Izmailov, satirist (1940)
Craig David, British singer (1981) 

May 6

Robespierre, leader of the French Revolution (1758)
Sigmund Freud, Founder of Psychoanalysis (1856)
Rudolph Valentino, American actor of Italian descent (1895)
Max Mallone, English archaeologist, husband of Agatha Christie (1904)
Vladimir Etush, actor (1923)
Tony Blair, Prime Minister of Great Britain (1953)
George Clooney, American film actor (1961)
Maxim Fadeev, composer and producer (1968) 

May 7

Johannes Brahms, German composer (1833)
Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Russian composer (1840)
Rabindranath Tagore, Indian writer, philosopher (1861)
Evita Peron, Argentine actress, politician (1919)
Vladimir Bortko, film director (1946) 

May 8

Miguel Hidalgo, Mexican priest, leader of the Mexican Revolution (1753)
Fernandel, French film actor-comedian (1903)
Peter Benchley, American writer and screenwriter (1940)
Darren Hayes, Australian singer (1972)
Enrique Iglesias, Spanish singer (1975)
Alexey (Potap) Potapenko, Ukrainian singer and producer, creator of the group “Potap and Nastya” (1981) 

May 9

Adam Opel, founder of the company (1837)
Nadezhda Teffi, Russian writer (1872)
Archbishop Luke, Outstanding Surgeon and Spiritual Writer (1877)
Jose Ortega y Gasset, Spanish philosopher and writer (1883)
Bulat Okudzhava, poet, bard (1924)
Billy Joel, American singer (1949)
Alexander Rubin, connoisseur of the club “What? Where? When? ”, Owner of“ Crystal Owl ”(1961)
David Gahan, vocalist of Depeche Mode (1962)
Fedor Bondarchuk, director (1967) 

May 10

Simon Petlyura, Ukrainian politician, organizer of the Ukrainian armed forces (1879)
Fred Astaire, American film actor, dancer (1899)
Fats Domino, American rock and roll pioneer (1929)
Marina Vladi, French film actress of Russian origin (1938)
Jim Abrahams, American screenwriter, director (1944)
Mark David Chapman, the killer of John Lennon (1955)
Alexander Druz, expert, master of the game “What? Where? When? ”(1955)
Vladislav Listyev, journalist, television presenter (1956)
Sid Vicious, bassist for Sex Pistols (1957)
Bono, vocalist of U2 (1960)
Linda Evangelista, Canadian Supermodel (1965) 

May 11

Yakov Vilimovich Bruce, Russian statesman and scientist (1670)
Karl Friedrich Jerome Von Munchausen, German Baron (1720)
Anatoly Lyadov, composer (1855)
Ethel Lilian Voynich, English writer (1864)
Salvador Dali, Spanish Surrealist Painter (1904)
Natasha Richardson, English actress (1963)
Laetitia Casta, French fashion model and actress (1978) 

May 12

Katherine Hepburn, American film actress (1907)
Yuri Osipovich Dombrovsky, Russian writer and poet (1909)
Andrey Voznesensky, poet (1933)
Vitaly Peskov, cartoonist (1944)
Sergey Ashkenazi, director and screenwriter (1949)
Stephen Baldwin, American actor (1966)
Melanie Chisholm (Mel C), English singer (1976) 

May 13

Panas Mirny, Ukrainian writer (1849)
Isaac Schwartz, Soviet composer (1923)
Una Chaplin, wife of Charlie Chaplin (1926)
Edouard Molinaro, French director (1928)
Roger Zhelyazny, American science fiction writer of Polish descent (1937)
Stevie Wonder, American singer and composer (1950) 

May 14

Charles IV, King of Germany (1316)
Vasily Stefanik, Ukrainian writer (1871)
Wilhelm Steinitz, German chess player, first world champion (1836)
George Lucas, American film director and producer (1944)
Robert Zemeckis, American film director and producer (1952)
Sergey Lemokh, singer (1965)
Svyatoslav Vakarchuk, leader of the Ukrainian group “Ocean of Elsa” (1975) 

May 15

Ilya Mechnikov, Russian biologist (1845)
Victor Vasnetsov, Russian artist (1848)
Pierre Curie, French physicist (1859)
Pavel Skoropadsky, Ukrainian politician (1873)
Mikhail Bulgakov, writer and playwright (1891)
Konstantin Gamsakhurdia, Georgian writer (1891)
Lyudmila Kasatkina, actress (1925)
Radna Sakhaltuev, Ukrainian artist and film director-animator (1935)
Madeleine Albright, US Secretary of State (1937)
Brian Eno, English musician (1948)
Mike Oldfield, English musician (1953)
James Belushi, American actor (1954) 

May 16

Nikolay Kostomarov, Ukrainian historian, ethnographer and writer (1817)
Pafnutiy Chebyshev, mathematician (1821)
Edward Hughes, American inventor of the microphone (1831)
Igor Severyanin, Russian poet (1887)
Henry Janes Fonda, American actor (1905)
Christian Lacroix, French couturier (1951)
Pierce Brosnan, Irish film actor (1953)
Olga Korbut, Soviet gymnast (1955)
Yuri Shevchuk, leader of DDT (1957)
Janet Jackson, American singer (1966) 

May 17

Sandro Botticelli, Italian artist (1445)
Henri Barbus, French writer (1873)
Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, Iranian Politician (1900)
Jean Gabin, French actor (1904)
Alexander Lenkov, actor (1943)
Galina Starovoitova, politician (1946)
Valeria Novodvorskaya, politician (1950)
Vladimir Mukusev, TV journalist (1951) 

May 18

Omar Khayyam, Persian and Tajik poet, mathematician, philosopher (1048)
George Gascoigne, English poet and playwright (1525)
Peter Brueghel Sr., Flemish painter (1525)
Nicholas II, Emperor of Russia (1868)
Bertrand Russell, English philosopher (1872)
Richard Brooks, American filmmaker (1912)
John Paul II (Carol Wojtyla), Pope (1920)
Rick Wakeman, English musician (1949)
Michel Cretu (Mihai Crescu), German musician, founder of the Enigma project (1957)
Sandra, German singer, ex-wife of Michel Cretu (1962) 

May 19

John Abel, American Pharmacologist and Biochemist (1857)
Ho Chi Minh, President of Vietnam (1890)
Nikolay Litvinov, director, one of the organizers and leading masters of radio broadcasting for children (1907)
Pol Pot, Cambodian dictator (1925)
Michele Placido, Italian film actor (1946)
Ekaterina Obraztsova, director and actress, granddaughter of Sergei Obraztsov (1955)
Alexander Peskov, a parodist (1965)
Eva Polna, singer, soloist of the band “Guests from the Future” (1975)
Natalia Oreiro, Argentinean singer and actress (1977) 

May 20

Honore de Balzac, French writer (1799)
Emil Berliner, American inventor of the gramophone (1851)
Alexander Deineka, battle painter (1899)
Max Euwe, Dutch chess player, 5th world champion (1901)
Roman Kartsev, actor (1939)
Joe Cocker, English singer (1944)
Cher, American Indian-Armenian singer, actress (1946)
Grigory Chkhartishvili (Boris Akunin), writer (1956)
Alexey Guskov, actor and producer (1958)
Gosha Kutsenko, Russian film actor (1967) 

On the border of the signs of Taurus and Gemini on May 21 were born:

Albrecht Durer, German painter and graphic artist of the Renaissance (1471)
Philip II of Habsburg, King of Spain and Portugal (1527)
Gustave Gaspard Coriolis, French mechanical physicist (1792)
Andrei Sakharov, physicist and public figure (1921)
Igor Kon, the largest Russian sexologist (1928)
Sophia Chiaureli, Georgian actress (1937)
Anatoly Levchenko, Soviet astronaut (1941)
Victor Stepanov, film actor (1947)
Leo Sayer, English singer (1948)
Love Polishchuk, actress (1949)