Scorpio season officially begins on October 23 and runs through November 21. Meaning, it’s time to celebrate our favorite Scorpio celebrities! Some of the most famous Scorpios include Ryan Gosling, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Rachel McAdams, just to name a few!
The Scorpio zodiac is one of the most mysterious signs. Individuals born under this sign are intense, deep, and mysterious. They are loyal to their loved ones. And they will always fight for what they believe in.
Scorpios also have some rather unique personality traits that separate them from the other zodiac signs. For example, the Scorpio energy can be best described as secretive, strong-willed, and extremely passionate – and even at times – revengeful.
That passionate and emotion often gets Scorpio mistaken as a fire sign. But they are actually a water sign, like Cancer and Pisces.
Curious who the most famous Scorpio celebrities are? Check out list of 47 of them below!
23 Famous Scorpio Female Celebrities
Anne Hathaway (November 12, 1982)
Anne Hathaway was born Brooklyn, NY with her sun in Scorpio and moon in Libra.
Kris Jenner (November 5, 1955)
Mom manager to the Kardashian/Jenner clan, Kris Jenner celebrates her birthday on November 5. We’ve also noticed a bit of trend with the men in the Kardashian/Jenner orbit – many of them also tend to be Scorpios – including Travis Barker, who is recently engaged to Kourtney Kardashian.
Gabrielle Union (October 29, 1972)
We’ve loved her since’s 2000’s Bring It On! The actress, who was born in Omaha, Nebraska, celebrates her birthday just slightly before Halloween each year!
Kiernan Shipka (November 10, 1999)
We first met Kiernan Shipka on AMC’s Mad Men, and then we became massive fans during Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina! Kiernan, who was born in Chicago, Illinois, just recently celebrated her 21st birthday!
Meg Ryan (November 19, 1961)
One of America’s sweethearts, Meg Ryan celebrates her birthday towards the end of the Scorpio season.
Julia Roberts (October 28, 1967)
Julia Roberts, who was born in Smyrna, Georgia (not far from FanBolt’s headquarters), celebrates her birthday towards the beginning of the Scorpio zodiac season – right before Halloween!
Thandiwe Newton (November 6, 1972)
Best known for her incredible work in HBO’s West World, Melanie Thandiwe Newton Parker changed her name in April 2021 – officially changing her credited name from Thandie back to Thandiwe.
Emma Stone (November 6, 1988)
Emma Stone takes a softer approach on the Scorpios’s revenge-seeking trait. She said in an 2012 interview that her revenge has only ever been silence.
“My mom has always told me, ‘Kill them with kindness,’ because being nice is a way to get at people who have done you wrong,” Stone said, “With revenge, I’ve never felt like it’s worth the energy. Silence is better. If you have nothing nice to say don’t say anything at all, right?”
Taking the words of wisdom straight from Disney’s 1942 movie, Bambi. And we are here for it!
Katy Perry (October 25, 1984)
Hot and then cold? Yes and then no? Katy Perry is close to the Libra/Scorpio cusp, and Libras are known for their indecisiveness. (Believe me, I know. I’m a Libra myself!)
Whoopi Goldberg (November 13, 1955)
Whoopi Goldberg, born in Chelsea, New York, NY, is also born under the Scorpio zodiac sign. The comedian, actress, and producer is known for her work on the stage, on the big and small screen, as well as her recordings.
Lisa Bonet (November 16, 1967)
Lilakoi Moon, best known as Lisa Bonet, was born in San Francisco, California, to a teacher and an opera singer in 1967. Married to Jason Momoa, this actress has also done an incredible amount of activism work. And we can’t help but be inspired by her resume!
Lorde (November 7, 1996)
Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O’Connor, more simply known to fans as Lorde, hails from New Zealand. The singer-songwriter has rather unconventional styles when it comes to her music and songwriting.
Gwendoline Christie (October 28, 1978)
Gwendoline Tracey Philippa Christie is a bit of a geek goddness to us. She’s best known for her role as Brienne of Tarth in the HBO series Game of Thrones. More recently, she’s also appeared as the First Order stormtrooper Captain Phasma in Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Ellen Pompeo (November 10, 1969)
The Grey’s Anatomy star has openly spoke about her relationship the Scorpio zodiac sign, admitting to Hello Giggles that she is “super intense and dark” and that being positive is something she’s had to learn to do.
Tracee Ellis Ross (October 29, 1972)
Another female inspiration on this list of Scorpio celebrities is Tracee Joy Silberstein, known professionally as Tracee Ellis Ross. The actress, singer, host, entrepreneur, producer and director is best known for her lead roles in the tv series Girlfriends as well as Black-ish. Did we mention she also owns a hair-care line for curly hair.
Demi Moore (November 11, 1962)
Credited as an influential figure in the movement for equal pay for women in Hollywood, Demi Moore was born in one of favorite places – Roswell, New Mexico.
Winona Ryder (October 29, 1971)
Winona Laura Horowitz, known professionally as Winona Ryder, has starred in some of our favorite films – from Edward Scissorhands to Beetlejuice. And we can’t forget her work as Joyce in Netflix’s Stranger Things!
Kendall Jenner (November 3, 1995)
Model and socialite, Kendall Jenner is the daughter of Kris Jenner and Caitlyn Jenner. She’s best known for appearing on the E! reality series Keeping Up With The Kardashians, which first aired in 2007.
Scarlett Johansson (November 22, 1984)
While technically just out of Scorpio season, we’re still counting Scarlett Johansson as her birthday actually falls on the Scorpio/Sagittarius Cusp. Birthdays that fall during the transition between zodiac seasons can offer share personality traits from both signs.
Tilda Swinton (November 5, 1960)
Born in London, Tilda Swinton won her first Oscar in 2008 for her work in Michael Clayton. Since that time she’s won and been nominated for multiple BAFTAs, Saturn Awards, and more!
Shailene Woodley (November 15, 1991)
Born in San Bernardino, California, Shailene Woodley first begin acting and modeling at the age of four. Shailene is best known for her work in the Divergent movies, The Fault in Our Stars, HBO’s Big Little Lies, and ABC Family’s The Secret Life of the American Teenager.
Jodie Foster (November 19, 1962)
Alicia Christian Foster, best known to fans as Jodie Foster has two Oscars, three British Academy Film Awards, three Golden Globe Awards, and the honorary Cecil B. DeMille Award.
Allison Janney (November 19, 1959)
Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Allison Janney is an incredibly decorated actress. From her work on stage to the big and small screen, the actress has won an Oscar, a BAFTA, six Critics’ Choice Awards, a Golden Globe Award, seven Primetime Emmy Awards, seven Screen Actors Guild Awards. Oh, did we mention she was nominated for two Tony Awards as well. We couldn’t be bigger fans!
Maggie Gyllenhaal (November 16, 1977)
We couldn’t be more inspired by Margalit “Maggie” Ruth Gyllenhaal, who was born on the Lower East Side of New York to filmmakers, Stephen Gyllenhaal and Naomi Ach. She’s also the older sister of Jake Gyllenhaal. With countless awards to her name, Gyllenhaal is also a supporter of Witness, a non-profit organization that uses video and online technologies to expose human rights violations.
19 Famous Scorpio Male Celebrities
Stanley Tucci (November 11, 1960)
Actor, writer, producer and former fashion model, Stanley Tucci was born and raised in New York. His breakthrough performance is considered to be Sam Mendes’ Road to Perdition opposite Tom Hanks in 2002, but Tucci actually debuted in his first film in 1985.
Joaquin Phoenix (October 28, 1974)
Joaquin Phoenix is best know for his work portraying dark and unconventional characters, such as 2019’s Joker and his work in 2013’s Her.
Penn Badgley (November 1, 1986)
We first met Penn Badgley as Dan Humphrey in CW’s Gossip Girl, and if there was ever a TV show character to be a Scorpio, Dan would have been one. In the years since Gossip Girl, Penn has gone on to star in the hugely successful, though equally as creepy, Netflix series, You.
Adam Driver (November 19, 1983)
Adam Douglas Driver was born in San Diego, California. While most of us first discovered Driver on the HBO series Girls, he has since moved on to become Hollywood A-list starring in films such as House of Gucci, Marriage Story, and multiple Star Wars films.
Leonardo DiCaprio (November 11, 1974)
Matthew McConaughey (November 4, 1969)
Matthew McConaughey first caught our attention in the coming-of-age film, Dazed and Confused. Since his early work, he has wow’ed us with his award-wining performance in Dallas Buyers Club as well as fantastic work in the first season of HBO’s True Detective.
Drake (October 24, 1986)
Aubrey Drake Graham, best known to fans simply as Drake, is a Canadian rapper, singer, songwriter, and actor. Gaining recognition by starring in the television series Degrassi: The Next Generation (from 2001–2007), Drake has released his debut mixtape “Room for Improvement” in 2006.
Pete Davidson (November 16, 1993)
Sean “Diddy” Combs (November 4, 1969)
Going by the stage names Puff Daddy, P.Diddy, or Diddy, Sean Combs is a rapper, music executive and producer, and an entrepreneur.
David Schwimmer (November 2, 1966)
Best known for his role of Ross on NBC’s Friends, David Schwimmer is an actor, director, producer and comedian.
Ryan Reynolds (October 23, 1976)
Canadian born Ryan Rodney Reynolds is an actor and film producer. He began his career starring in the Canadian teen soap opera Hillside, and is best known now for his work as Deadpool.
Bill Gates (October 28, 1955)
William Henry Gates, III, is known by most simply as Bill Gates. He is the co-founder of Micrsoft and is also an investor, author, and philanthropist.
Owen Wilson (November 18, 1968)
Owen Cunningham Wilson was born under the Scorpio zodiac sign in 1968 in Dallas, Texas. He’s appeared in over 60 films as well as TV series such as Marvel’s Loki.
Danny DeVito (November 17, 1944)
Martin Scorsese (November 17, 1942)
Director, producer, screenwriter and actor, Martin Scorsese is best known for his films Taxi Driver, Goodfellas, The Departed, Casino, and Raging Bull.
Peter Jackson (October 31, 1961)
Peter Jackson was born with Scorpio sun sign in Porirua, New Zealand. He’s best known for his work directing the Lord of the Rings films as well as The Hobbit films.
Tom Ellis (November 17, 1978)
Actor Tom Ellis is best known for his role as Lucifer Morningstar on the Fox/Netflix series, Lucifer.
Cary Elwes (October 26, 1962)
Cary Elwes first won our hearts in the 1987 classic, The Princess Bride. But we have to admit, we’re also pretty big fans of Robin Hood Men in Tights as well as his more recent work on Netflix’s Stranger Things.
Pablo Picasso (October 25, 1881)
Last, but certainly not least on our male Scorpio celebrities list is artist Pablo Picasso. Considered to be one of the most-influential artists of the 20th century, the art movement known as Cubism is attributed to Picasso.
Famous Scorpio Celebrity Couples (Past and Present)
Nick and Vanessa Lachey
Nick and Vanessa Lachey aren’t just happily married Scorpios. They actually share the same birthday, November 9. While the couple was born seven years apart, Nick in 1973 and Vanessa in 1980, the two have been happily married since 2011.
Ryan Gosling (November 12, 1980) and Rachel McAdams (November 17, 1978)
While this celebrity couple split many years ago after first dating on the set of their film The Notebook, these two also share the Scorpio zodiac sign.
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