Horoscope and Relationship Review for Alec and Kim

Zodiacal sign Aries and the sign of the Zodiac Sagittarius Compatibility overview for famous couple.
 
Alec Baldwin Date of Birth: April 3, and it means that he was born under the sign of Aries. The Aries basic traits:

People who under this sign of the zodiac have unusually strong will power and great obstinacy of purpose. They are usually born to be fighters in every sense of the world: they have also the greatest ability as organizers on a large scale. They find themselves as the organizers of big schemes or as the heads of big businesses, and also in the organization and development of countries.

They seem naturally to resent all criticism, and the only way to offset this in them is by quiet logic, reason, and proof.

These people are usually independent in everything they do. It is really important for them to do everything in their own way, and if they are intervene with other people they generally loose the shapes of the main purpose, step back and let the other person take their place.

As a rule they are unhappy in their domestic life. It is very difficult for such people to meet a member of the opposite sex who would understand them, and if opposition does not upset them from this point it usually does through their children.

Yet these people, be they men or women, deeply, fervently and strongly desire for affection and sympathy, more than anything else, and this is generally the rock on which they are finally wrecked if they have not the good fortune to meet their right affinities.

As far as material success or power is concerned, there are no heights to which persons born in this sign wouldn't be able to. Success, however, is not making them feel really happy and satisfied.

They are inclined to lack caution, being by nature impulsive and quick in thought and action.

They are and inclined to mike enemies very easily. They are enormously ambitious, as a rule they succeed in life and gain money and position.

The lower type of this sign will stick at nothing to accomplish their purpose. The higher type are good masters, but at the same time severe in discipline and more or less unbending in everything they expect from other people. All representatives of this sign have a distinct desire to peer into the future, perhaps because they are impatient for things to develop. They are inclined to prophesy what will take place, and are often succeed in that.

As a general rule, the men born in this part of the year suffer a great deal through their affections; they seldom understand women, and make lots of serious mistakes in their relations with them.

For both sexes, they are happy only at moments when they are absolutely absorbed with their work and manage to overcome of obstacles.

All people and especially those who were born in this sign seldom get through life without receiving cuts, wounds, or blows to the head, either from accidents or violence.



Kim Basinger Date of Birth: December 8, and it means that she was born under zodiacal sign of Sagittarius. The Sagittarius basic traits:

The symbols for Sagittarius are the hunter and the centaur, a mythical half-man, half-horse. This sign symbolizes the search for wisdom; this is the sign of the philosopher and the explorer. They have an appetite for learning and travel.

Such people prefer to be footloose and fancy free, however should they become involved in a relationship they make it as enjoyable and as much fun as possible. Normally they are very gregarious, but they will be glad to find the time for that special relationship.

They concentrate all their attention on whatever they are doing at the moment, and seem to see no other way but theirs until their effort is made.

They are often the great workers; such people never seem to tire until they drop with fatigue. They would rather learn on their own, through travel and experience, than endure structured classroom environments and routine work assignments.

These people are usually successful in business, but never feel themselves confined to any one line. They follow the rule if they have been successful in some one thing there is no reason whatever that they must follow it through life.

To have an open minded and intellectual curiosity means that these people are willing to learn about other people in an effort to understand them, while being trusting and open. High spirited and congenial, they are a gifted conversationalist, a wonderful storyteller, and a born entertainer.

Nearly all of them are devoted to music. They often make brilliant musicians. It is also writing, publishing, TV, communications and enterprises where there are many representatives of this sign.

These people are, however, inclined to go to extremes in all things, and make sudden decisions, or change their minds rapidly, for which they may have regrets, but they are too proud to acknowledge their error.

One of their great difficulties lies within relationships. They are completely able to be faithful to two people at once.

The men of this Sign nearly always marry on impulse and regret it afterwards, but they are too proud to show their regrets and too conventional to appeal to the courts for assistance, so they often pass for models of married happiness even when they are the most wretched. The women born in this Sign are, as a rule, the nobler of the two; they love to make their husbands successful and will sacrifice everything to that end. They are usually great church-goers. On the other hand both men and women when they settle down they usually treat themselves strictly. They refuse to let the relationship get stale and always look for ways to bring excitement into the union.

Such people, in general, are representatives both beginnings: strength, because it is a survival mechanism and a weakness because are vulnerable to the demands and influence of others. Frank Sagittarius does not hesitate to give an honest opinion, which can seem tactless. They venerate law and order and make the best of mothers. People born in this period, even when successful, should never cease to be actively employed inactivity for them would mean despondency and an early decay.



Compatibility report based on their zodiacal signs meanings Aries and Sagittarius

In love. The Mars-Jupiter duo are usually an ideal match for each other. Sagittarius is a perfect temperamental match for Aries. They are both active, spontaneous people who like socializing, have extravagant tastes in common, and enjoy the good life. The Aries' optimism and his good sense of humor will help to overcome propensity of the Sagittarius to argue and will bring a funny side into the process of making love. The mutual understanding achieved in a bedroom, can create a favorable atmosphere for the relationships. This is certainly successful and recommended unuion. The marriage will be connected closely with a problem of physical satisfaction. In other words if they make it in the bedroom, they'll make it everywhere else.

In business. It may be possible for Aries and Sagittarius to work together as business partners or co-workers. In this context dynamic Aries energies and enduring Sagittarius strengths may meld.

In the conclusion it would be right to say that this people almost perfectly suit each other. With regard to their real life they are happy with each other as lovers as well as friends. This confirms the idea that the astrology is a really important science and must be treated attentively and seriously. This section of our site is only one small part, and if you want to know more about yourself of someone you are interested in you can choose from a daily horoscope to the most informative area in modern astrology - birth natal chart. The only thing you have to do is to choose.
 
 
Alec Baldwin
Born 4/3/1958
Birthplace Massapequa, New York
Alec is the best known of four Baldwin brothers-Alec, Daniel, Stephen, and William-actively pursuing acting careers. Having moved on from early television roles in soaps, his rough-hewn features and piercing blue eyes make him an ideal romantic lead, as he was in The Marrying Man (1991), where he met his wife, Kim Basinger, and in Prelude to a Kiss (1992). Truly talented and versatile, he can give his charm a psychotic edge, as in thrillers like The Juror (1996) and The Edge (1997), or acquire the calculated cool of a G-Man as in Hunt for Red October (1990) or Mercury Rising (1998). Other film credits include Nuremberg (2000) and children's film Thomas and the Magic Railroad (2000). He also maintains a foot in the traditional theater, taking on Shakespeare in Looking for Richard (1996), and Williams in both the Broadway and television versions of A Streetcar Named Desire (1995), for which he received an Emmy nomination for Best Actor.



Trivia facts:

Alec Baldwin originally wanted to be a lawyer.

He loves Cuban cigars.

Alec is a vegetarian.

During the Clinton impeachment trial, Alec went on the Conan O'Brien show and said that the head of the trial, Henry Hyde and his family, should be "stoned to death!". Alec later apologized and said it was just a joke.

He wrote "Tabloid," an episode of "Law & Order" in 1990.

Turned down Harrison Ford's role in Patriot Games because he didn't like the script.



Biography:

The versatile Oscar-nominated actor is adept in roles from comedy to drama, with appearances in such high profile movies as 'Working Girl', 'Pearl Harbor' and 'The Cooler'.

Alexander Rae Baldwin III, the son of a social studies teacher, studied political science at Washington University in Washington DC.

The brother of actors William, Stephen and Daniel, he was the member of the family not expecting to enter the profession, and at one stage considered law.

However, he opted for the stage and enrolled at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in New York.

Early in his career, Baldwin simultaneously starred in the TV daytime drama 'The Doctors' and performed in Shakespeare's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' on stage in the evenings.

A few years after making his 1980 Broadway debut, he moved to Los Angeles, where he landed a role in the TV series 'Knots Landing'. He made his film debut in 1986 with a starring role in 'Forever Lulu', which led to work in a number of major films.

From 1988 to 1989 alone, Baldwin appeared in no less than seven films, including Tim Burton's black comedy 'Beetlejuice', Mike Nichols' 'Working Girl', Jonathan Demme's 'Married to the Mob', and Oliver Stone's 'Talk Radio'.

In 1989, Baldwin achieved big-budget success playing ace CIA agent Jack Ryan, in the undersea thriller, 'The Hunt for Red October'. As part of his preparation, he was trained to drive a Los Angeles-class attack submarine at the New London Submarine Base in Connecticut.

Baldwin surprised many by foregoing the opportunity to reprise his role in the sequel 'Patriot Games' (he was replaced by Harrison Ford) because he didn't like the script.

Instead, he returned to Broadway to star as Stanley Kowalski in 'A Streetcar Named Desire'.

Although his decision paid off, and he received a Tony nomination, it would mark a downturn in his career, until 'The Cooler'.

At the same time, he attracted controversy during the Clinton impeachment trial, when he told a TV audience that judge Henry Hyde and his family should be stoned to death. He later apologised.

His 1991 film, 'The Marrying Man', proved to be an all-out flop (although it did provide him an introduction to co-star Kim Basinger, whom he would marry in 1993).

The critical success of his next two films, 'Prelude to a Kiss' and 'Glengarry, Glen Ross', was overshadowed by a subsequent string of flops, including 'Malice', 'The Getaway' and 'The Juror'. Further poor decisions followed, most notably in the Bruce Willis embarrassment, 'Mercury Rising'.

Things picked up with the coming-of-age comedy 'Outside Providence', as well as in the crime drama 'Thick as Thieves', and the ethical drama 'The Confession', appearing alongside Amy Irving and Ben Kingsley.

In addition, the actor made an unaccredited appearance in 'Notting Hill', sending up his macho Hollywood persona as Julia Roberts' yobbish actor boyfriend.

Subsequent appearances included the blockbuster 'Pearl Harbor' - a box office smash but a critical flop - and he also provided voiceover work for 'Cats & Dogs', 'Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within' and 'The Royal Tenenbaums'.

In 2003, he put his career firmly back on track with the Las Vegas-set comedy drama 'The Cooler', with William H Macy. Baldwin was nominated for a best supporting actor Oscar for the role, which he claims he based on Ben Kingsley's psycho in 'Sexy Beast'.

He went on to play supporting roles in the comedy 'Along Came Polly', alongside Ben Stiller and the Dr Seuss adaptation, 'Cat in the Hat', with Mike Myers.

 
Kim Basinger
Born 12/8/1953
Birthplace Athens, Georgia
Former Breck shampoo girl turned actress, Basinger has often found her way into the spotlight. In 1989, she bought the town of Braselton Georgia, only to sell off most of the town after declaring bankruptcy in 1993. Her films include 91/2 Weeks (1986) , The Marrying Man (1991) the critically acclaimed L.A. Confidential (1997), for which she received an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, and Eminem's movie 8 Mile (2002).



Biography Kim Basinger was born December 8, 1953, in Athens, Georgia, the 3rd of 5 children. Both her parents had been in entertainment, her dad had played big-band jazz, and her mother had performed water ballet in several Esther Williams movies. Kim was introspective, from her father's side. As a schoolgirl, she was very shy. To help her overcome this, her parents had Kim study ballet from an early age. By the time she reached sweet sixteen, the once-shy Kim entered the Athens Junior Miss contest. From there, she went on to win the Junior Miss Georgia title, and traveled to New York to compete in the national Junior Miss pageant. Kim, who had blossomed to a 5' 7" beauty, was offered a contract on the spot with the Ford Modeling Agency. At the age of 20, Kim was a top model commanding $1,000 a day. Throughout the early 1970s, she appeared on dozens of magazine covers and in hundreds of ads, most notably as the Breck girl. Kim took acting classes at the Neighborhood Playhouse, performed in various Greenwich Village clubs, and she sang under the stage name Chelsea. Kim moved to Los Angeles in 1976, ready to conquer Hollywood. Kim broke into television doing episodes of such hit series as "Charlie's Angels" (1976). In 1980, she married Ron Snyder-Britton (they divorced in 1989). In movies, she had roles like being a Bond girl in Never Say Never Again (1983) and playing a small-town Texan beauty in Nadine (1987). Her breakout role was as photojournalist Vicki Vale in the blockbuster hit Batman (1989). There was no long-orchestrated campaign on her part to snag this plumb role, Kim was a last-minute replacement for Sean Young. This took her to a career high.

With perhaps too much disposable income, Kim headed up an investment group that purchased the entire town of Braselton, in her native Georgia, for $20 million (she would later have to sell it). In 1993, Kim married Alec Baldwin, and in 1995 they had a daughter, Ireland Eliesse. Kim took some time off to stay at home with her child. Kim, who loves animals and is a strict vegetarian, devoted energy to animal rights issues, and PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), even posing for some ads. In 1997, Kim gave an Oscar-winning performance in the film noir classic L.A. Confidential (1997). Kim's salary for I Dreamed of Africa (2000) was $5,000,000 - putting her firmly in the category of big-name movie star. And no doubt there are still many great things ahead, in the career of cover girl turned Oscar-winning actress Kim Basinger.