Libra Celebrities

Libra celebrities
Brigitte Bardot
Name: Brigitte Bardot
Birth Place: Paris, France
Date of Birth: 09/28/1934
Actress who often portrayed sexy, sensual women in films such as And God Created Woman (1956), The Truth (1961), and Ms. Don Juan (1975). She abandoned her film career to become an animal-rights advocate.

Briggite is married to husband D'Ormale who is a politician from French extreme right party. She has a son, Ncholas Charrier.
Name: Arthur Miller
Birth Date: October 17, 1915
Place of Birth: New York, New York, US
Nationality: American
Occupations: dramatist
Current Age: 89
Arthur Miller (born 1915), American playwright, novelist, and film writer, is considered one of the major dramatists of 20th-century American theater.

Miller's plays are concerned with morality and the pressures exerted on people by family and society. His masterpiece, Death of a Salesman (1949; Pulitzer Prize), is the story of a salesman betrayed by his own hollow values and those of American society. The Crucible (1953) is both a dynamic dramatization of the 17th-century Salem witch trials and a parable about the United States in the McCarthy era. In A View from the Bridge (1955; Pulitzer Prize) Miller studies a Sicilian-American longshoreman whose unacknowledged lust for his niece destroys him and his family. Miller's life with his second wife, Marilyn Monroe, is fictionalized in his After the Fall (1964).
Name: Eugene O'Neill
Birth Date: October 16, 1888
Death Date: November 27, 1953
Place of Birth: New York, New York, United States
Place of Death: Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Nationality: American
Occupations: playwright
Eugene O'Neill (1888-1953) was among the foremost dramatists of the America theater. His main concern was with the anguish and turmoil that wrack the spirits of sensitive people.

He is a Nobel and Pulitzer Prize -winner whose plays portray tormented families and people torn between wealth and noble ideals. His plays include Beyond the Horizon (1920), Anna Christie (1921), Strange Interlude (1928) and the semi-autobiographical Long Day's Journey Into Night (1956).
Name: Eugene Luther Gore Vidal
Variant Name: Gore Vidal
Birth Date: October 3, 1925
Place of Birth: West Point, New York, US
Nationality: American
Occupations: writer
Current Age: 79
Eugene Luther Gore Vidal (born 1925) was one of America's most prominent literary figures on the basis of an enormous quantity of work, including novels, essays, plays, and short stories. He was also well known to the public through frequent appearances on television opinion programs.

Vidal is an acerbic observer of the contemporary American scene and an acute commentator on the nation's history. His first novel, Williwaw (1946), was based on his experiences in World War II. The City and the Pillar (1948, rev. ed. 1965) was one of the first mainstream novels to deal frankly with homosexuality. His best-known novel, Myra Breckenridge (1968), is a witty satire about a man who dies and returns to life as a woman.
John Winston Lennon
Name: John Winston Lennon
Birth Date: October 9, 1940
Death Date: December 8, 1980
Place of Birth: Liverpool, England
Place of Death: New York, New York, US
Nationality: English
Occupations: musician, poet, songwriter
Age at Death: 40
Cause of Death: Murder
The English musician, poet, and songwriter John Winston Lennon (1940-1980) was a founder of The Beatles, the single most important and influential group in the history of rock 'n' roll music. After The Beatles broke up in 1970, Lennon launched a successful solo career, releasing Imagine (1971). Lennon was murdered outside his New York apartment building by Mark Chapman.
Oscar Wilde
Name: Oscar Fingall O'Flahertie Wills Wilde
Birth Date: October 16, 1854
Death Date: November 30, 1900
Place of Birth: Dublin, Ireland
Place of Death: Paris, France
Nationality: British
Occupations: author, dramatist, poet
The British author Oscar Fingall O'Flahertie Wills Wilde (1854-1900) was part of the "art for art's sake" movement in English literature at the end of the 19th century. He is best known for his brilliant, witty comedies.

He is most famous for his sophisticated, brilliantly witty plays, which were the first since the comedies of Sheridan and Goldsmith to have both dramatic and literary merit. He studied at Trinity College, Dublin, and at Magdalen College, Oxford, where he distinguished himself for his scholarship and wit, and also for his elegant eccentricity in dress, tastes, and manners. Influenced by the aesthetic teachings of Walter Pater and John Ruskin, Wilde became the center of a group glorifying beauty for itself alone, and he was famously satirized (with other exponents of “art for art's sake”) in Punch and in Gilbert and Sullivan's operetta Patience. His first published work, Poems (1881), was well received. The next year he lectured to great acclaim in the United States, where his drama Vera (1883) was produced. In 1884 he married Constance Lloyd, and they had two sons, Cyril and Vyvyan.
Rita Hayworth
Name: Rita Hayworth
Variant Name: Margarita Carmen Cansino
Birth Date: October 17, 1918
Death Date: May 14, 1987
Place of Birth: New York, New York, US
Place of Death: New York, New York, US
Occupations: actor
Age at Death: 68
Cause of Death: Alzheimer's disease
In the 1930s, Rita Hayworth (1918-1987) was confined to leads in "B" pictures, but through much of the 1940s she became the undisputed sex goddess of Hollywood films and the hottest star at Columbia Studios.

Fiery movie actress who began her career as a dancer and made her major film debut in Only Angels Have Wings (1939). Hayworth's beauty and talent made her a top Hollywood star and popular World War II pinup. Her other films include Gilda (1946), The Lady From Shanghai (1948), and Pal Joey (1957).
Name: Truman Capote
Birth Date: September 30, 1924
Death Date: August 25, 1984
Place of Birth: New Orleans, Louisiana, US
Place of Death: Los Angeles, California, US
Occupations: author
Age at Death: 59
Cause of Death: Alcoholism
Truman Capote (1924-1984) was one the most famous and controversial figures in contemporary American literature. The ornate style and dark psychological themes of his early fiction caused reviewers to categorize him as a Southern Gothic writer. However, other works display a humorous and sentimental tone. As Capote matured, he became a leading practitioner of "New Journalism," popularizing a genre that he called the nonfiction novel.

Other Voices, Other Rooms (1948), his first novel, is the story of a young boy's painful search for identity. His other works include a gentle autobiographical novel, The Grass Harp (1951); two collections of short stories, Tree of Night (1949) and Breakfast at Tiffany's (1958); a report of his trip to Russia, The Muses Are Heard (1956); and two collections of nonfiction pieces, The Dogs Bark: Public People and Private Places (1973) and Music for Chameleons (1980). In 1966, Capote published his “nonfiction novel,” In Cold Blood, a chilling account of a senseless, brutal mass murder in Kansas. Fragments of his last major work, Unanswered Prayers, were collected in 1990.
Walter Matthau
Name: Walter Matthau
Variant Name: Walter Matthow, Walter Matuschanskayasky
Birth Date: October 1, 1920
Death Date: July 1, 2000
Place of Birth: New York, New York, United States
Place of Death: Santa Monica, California, United States
Occupations: actor
Age at Death: 79
Cause of Death: Heart attack
For half a century Walter Matthau (1920-2000) delighted theater, television, and movie audiences with his portrayals of a huge variety of characters. Although known best for his comedy, Matthau could play any kind of role from romantic lead to grouchy slob to Supreme Court justice. Matthau was memorable as an actor because his face, posture, and voice were always his own, yet he had the ability to create a completely believable character.

He first appeared on Broadway in 1948 and made his film debut in The Kentuckian (1958). His Broadway performance in Neil Simon's The Odd Couple (1965) launched his career, making him one of Hollywood's most sought-after comic actors. He teamed up with Jack Lemmon in several films, including The Odd Couple (1968), The Fortune Cookie, for which he won a 1966 Supporting Actor Oscar, and Grumpy Old Men (1993).
Field: Entertainment
Date of Birth: 10/13/1921
Date of Death: 11/09/1991
Age at Death: 70
Cause of Death: Heart attack
French actor with a long, well-respected career, appeared in "Grand Prix", "Z", "Jean de Florette" and many other movies

A protege of singer Edith Piaf, Montand gained international recognition for his role in the thriller The Wages of Fear (1953) and made his U.S. film debut opposite Marilyn Monroe in Let's Make Love (1960). Hs starred in several European and U.S. films, often costarring with his wife, Simone Signoret. Two of his most remarkable performances came late in his career: Jean de Florette (1986) and Manon of the Spring (1986).
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