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22 Famous Gemini Celebrities That Live Up To Their Star Sign

They’re drawn to communication, versatility, and action.


When it comes to understanding ourselves and how we move through the world, it can be useful to look at our zodiac signs. They can tell us a lot about how we communicate, who we’re compatible with, and what we prioritize throughout our life. Take Gemini, for example. Gemini is an air sign, which means they’re drawn to communication, creativity, versatility, and action. Gemini is represented by the symbol of the Twins, which exemplifies their multifaceted interest in learning, doing, and engaging with everything around them. (Plus, if you fall under this Mercury-ruled sign, you probably wish you could clone yourself sometimes — that way, you could do it all.) Below are 22 Gemini celebrities — you’re sure to recognize at least a few names on this list!

1. Zoe Saldana (June 19)


Zoe Saldana is proof that Geminis can do it all. She’s fluent in Italian, French, and Spanish and has appeared in four of the six highest-grossing films of all time, including Avatar in 2009. She is also known for her role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and recently appeared in the Netflix miniseries From Scratch.

2. Prince William (June 21)


Prince William is best known for his real-life role in the British Royal Family as heir apparent to the British throne. He studied geography, served as a pilot in the East Anglian Air Ambulance, and helps to run over 30 charitable and military organizations. He founded a wildlife organization in 2014, and worked with his wife Catherine and brother Harry to create a campaign for mental health awareness in 2016. Recently, his focus has been on funding environmental solutions.

3. Natalie Portman (June 9)

Natalie Portman took her grandmother’s maiden name as her stage name, but this cultural icon was born Natalie Herschlag in Jerusalem. She got her acting start at the age of 12 in Leon: The Professional. Since then, she has starred in some of her day’s most culturally impactful films, including the Star Wars franchise, V for Vendetta, and Black Swan. She is an environmental and animal rights activist and received her degree from Harvard in 2003, again proving that Geminis love to juggle many roles.    

4. Angelina Jolie (June 4)

Angelina Jolie attends the 'In The Land Of Blood And Honey' Photocall during of the 62nd Berlin Film Festival at the Grand Hyatt on February 11, 2012 in Berlin, Germany
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Angelina Jolie is known for her remarkable acting skills and public relationships with high-ranking actors. She was married to Brad Pitt from 2014 to 2019. Before that, she tied the knot with Billy Bob Thornton, whose blood she infamously carried in a vial around her neck (Geminis truly will try anything — twice!). Still, Jolie is more than the men in her life — much, much more. She’s known for her roles in famous films like Girl, Interrupted, and Maleficent, her work as an outspoken humanitarian and human rights activist, plus her dedication to her many children.  

5. Heidi Klum (June 1)

Heidi Klum wearing dress by Gilles Mendel attends 2019 CFDA Fashion Awards at Brooklyn Museum
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Supermodel Heidi Klum was the co-host of Project Runway, the fashion design contest show that debuted in 2004. She has been nominated for six Emmy Awards, winning in 2013 alongside her co-host Tim Gunn. She got her start in modeling — both editorial and runway — and has since become a producer, television personality, and artist. She is also known for her work as a judge on America’s Got Talent

6. Blake Shelton (June 18)

Blake Shelton performs in concert during the 2017 CMA Music Festival on June 9, 2017 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee
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Country music star Blake Shelton is another television personality and judge, as well as an artist in his own right. He debuted in 2001 and has topped the charts throughout his career. He is also a coach on the singing competition show The Voice, where he started dating co-host Gwen Stefani. They have since collaborated on many projects together, and Shelton credits Stefani with helping him through public heartbreak.  

7. Nicole Kidman (June 20)

Nicole Kidman
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Nicole Kidman is an Australian actress who publicly divorced actor Tom Cruise in 2001 and married country music star Keith Urban in 2006 (they’re still together; one of Hollywood’s true success stories). She’s known in her own right for a remarkable legacy of roles, including films like Eyes Wide Shut, Moulin Rouge, and Cold Mountain. She was even named one of the greatest actors of the twenty-first Century by The New York Times.

8. Wayne Brady (June 2)

Wayne Brady at the "Spider-Man Far From Home" Premiere at the TCL Chinese Theater IMAX on June 26, 2019
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Wayne Brady is perhaps best known for his improvisational comedy in the television show Who’s Line is it Anyway?, which debuted in 1998. He is a comedian, actor, and singer, host of the talk show The Wayne Brady Show and 2009’s Let’s Make a Deal revival. He has also made Broadway appearances and won Emmy Awards for his television comedy and hosting.

9. Marilyn Monroe (June 1)

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Born Norma Jean, Marilyn Monroe grew up to become one of the most beloved actresses of the 1950s. She was the original blonde bombshell and delighted audiences across the country both with her public persona and in the characters she played. She had several famous husbands, including Arthur Miller and Joe DiMaggio, and was even rumored to be having an affair with President John F. Kennedy, thanks to her iconic “Happy Birthday” serenade. Monroe is best known for her roles in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Some Like it Hot, and The Misfits.   

10. Naomi Campbell (May 22)

Naomi Campbell attends the screening of 'Blackkklansman' during the 71st annual Cannes Film Festival at Palais des Festivals on May 14, 2018
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Naomi Campbell is one of the first true supermodels of the day, but she is also known for her work as an actress, singer, and businesswoman. She is famously hot-tempered, but that hasn’t stopped her from becoming one of the most in-demand supermodels of all time. She is more recently known for her work in the show Empire, which ran from 2015 to 2020.

11. Prince (June 7)

 The rock/ pop/ funk musician Prince in concert at the annual Sziget Festival in Budapest, Hungary, on Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Prince is one of music’s most prolific and influential songwriters and pop superstars. He was known for his androgynous and oft-rebellious style, and for making every live performance sexy and exciting. Off-stage, he was known for his zen-like demeanor. Prince maintained a quiet life in his home state of Minnesota until his passing in 2016. 

12. Courteney Cox (June 15)

Courteney Cox arrives for the UCLA Hollywood for Science Gala on February 21, 2019 in Los Angeles, CA

Courteney Cox is most famous for her role as Monica in the hit sitcom Friends, which ran from 1994 to 2004. Her other iconic roles have included the Scream series and Ace Ventura, and she got her start in a Bruce Springsteen music video in 1984 that helped launch her career.

13. Elizabeth Hurley (June 10)

Actress/Model Elizabeth Hurley
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Elizabeth Hurley is an English model and actress best known for her roles in the Austin Powers franchise and the Marvel television show The Runaways. She gained the attention of the media and the world when she accompanied Hugh Grant to a movie premiere in a black dress by Versace, which was held together by gold safety pins — an act that helped launch her career.

14. Brooke Shields (May 31)

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Brook Shields is an actress and model who got her start as a child and was known around the world by the time she was 16, though not without controversy. Who could forget her Calvin Klein jeans ad? She has appeared in films like Pretty Baby and Blue Lagoon and helped popularize the iconic, bushy eyebrow look that still reigns supreme today.

15. Kathleen Turner (June 19)

Kathleen Turner at the GLAAD Media Awards, NYC, 4/16/2001
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Kathleen Turner is an actress who has starred in films like War of the Roses and The Virgin Suicides — and she was even the voice of Jessica Rabbit in Who Framed Roger Rabbit?. She is known for putting erasers between her teeth to achieve her trademark deep voice.

16. Helen Hunt (June 15)

Helen Hunt at the world premiere of "Savages" at Mann Village Theatre, Westwood. June 26, 2012
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Helen Hunt is an actress best known for films like Cast Away and the classic sitcom Mad About You. She is also a director and recipient of numerous awards, including an Academy Award, Primetime Emmy Awards, and Golden Globe Awards.

17. Leah Remini (June 15)

Leah Remini arrives for the Critics Choice Reels Awards on June 02, 2019 in Beverly Hills, CA

King of Queens star Leah Remini is an actress and activist, as well as a competitor and judge on competition reality programming. She is known for being friends with Jennifer Lopez — but you’ve probably heard about her thanks to her television programming and books about the Church of Scientology, which she was raised in and left in 2013.  

18. John F. Kennedy (May 29)

Bronze statue of President John F. Kennedy in Fort Worth, Texas commemorating his last day on earth
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John F. Kennedy was the 35th President of the United States, who served from 1961 to 1963 during the height of the Cold War. He was the youngest president ever elected, inaugurated at just 43 years old. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas in November of 1963.

19. Idina Menzel (May 30)

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Broadway star Idina Menzel has been called Queen of Broadway for her work in shows like Rent, Wicked, and Hair. She has also lent her voice to iconic Disney characters, including Elsa in Frozen. At the Academy Awards in 2014, John Travolta botched the pronunciation of her name. Menzel has forgiven him for the faux pas, claiming that it got people talking about her and her art.  

20. Annette Bening  (May 29)

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Annette Bening is a decorated actress who got her start performing Shakespearean plays in 1980 before making her Broadway debut in 1987. She starred in the award-winning film American Beauty in 1999. In 1992, she married actor and filmmaker Warren Beatty, who was known up until then for his bachelor lifestyle. They have been together since, raising four children together.

21. Laurie Metcalf (June 16)

Kathleen Turner at the GLAAD Media Awards, NYC, 4/16/2001
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Laurie Metcalf is an actress best known for her role in the sitcom Rosanne, which ran from 1988 to 1997. She has appeared in a wide range of shows and films since, including 3rd Rock From the Sun, Desperate Housewives, and Lady Bird.

22. Judy Garland (June 22)

Judy Garland in the Wizard of Oz.

Judy Garland is one of the most famous names in old Hollywood, known for films like The Wizard of Oz, Meet Me in St. Louis, and A Star is Born. She is also the famous mother of Liza Minelli and had five husbands over the course of her life. After her death, she was awarded a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

Additional Gemini Celebs To Know

In addition to the famous names listed above, there are countless other famous folks born in Gemini season:

  • Spider-Man star Tom Holland
  • Actress Helena Bonham Carter
  • Hip-hop superstar Kendrick Lamar
  • Famous twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen
  • Female rappers Iggy Azalea and Awkwafina
  • Actress Octavia Spencer
  • Fleetwood Mac singer Stevie Nicks
  • How I Met Your Mother star Neil Patrick Harris
  • Hip-hop and R&B legend Lauryn Hill
  • Iconic rapper Tupac
  • Former president Donald Trump
  • Actor and notable narrator Morgan Freeman
  • Comedian Amy Schumer
  • Marvel actor Chris Evans
  • Actor Johnny Depp

Gemini: Playful and Curious

Those born in Gemini season are known for their innate curiosity about the world. They follow their passions and always want to learn or try something new (though actually committing to things is a little trickier for the Twins). It’s no wonder that so many remarkable artists fall under this standout sign.

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