Horoscopes with Ceres in Virgo
You will find on these pages astrological charts of thousands of celebrities with Ceres in Virgo.
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Biography of Hans Emmenegger (artist) (excerpt)
Hans Emmenegger, born August 19, 1866 in Küssnacht and died September 21, 1940 in Lucerne, is a Swiss painter, designer, engraver and philatelist.
He studied at the Lucerne School of Fine Arts then in Paris where he was a pupil of Gustave Boulanger and Jules Lefebvre at the Académie Julian then of Jean-Léon Gérôme before doing an internship in Munich with Karl Raupp and returning in Paris where he works with Benjamin Constant and Lucien Doucet.
Biography of Sanna Marin (excerpt)
Sanna Mirella Marin (born 16 November 1985) is a Finnish politician who is the 46th and current Prime Minister of Finland since 10 December 2019. A member of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), she has been a member of the Parliament of Finland since 2015 and briefly served as Minister of Transport and Communications from 6 June 2019 to 10 December 2019.
Biography of Georges Chevalier (artist) (excerpt)
Georges Chevalier, born July 12, 1894 in Ivry-sur-Seine, died in 1987, was a French artist, designer of glassware. He was notably artistic director at Baccarat.
Biography of Samantha Ponder (excerpt)
Samantha Ponder (née Steele; born December 11, 1985) is an American sportscaster who is the host of Sunday NFL Countdown on ESPN. Prior to hosting Sunday NFL Countdown, Ponder worked as a reporter/host for ESPN college football and as a basketball sideline reporter.
Biography of Mika Vainio (excerpt)
Mika Tapio Vainio (May 15, 1963 in Helsinki – April 12, 2017 in Trouville-sur-Mer) was a Finnish electronic musician. He was best known as a member of Pan Sonic. In addition to his real name, he recorded under the aliases Ø, Kentolevi, Philus, and Tekonivel.
Biography of Thomas Howes (actor) (excerpt)
Thomas Howes (born 16 July 1986 in Woodlands, South Yorkshire) is an English film and television actor and musician. He trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
He is best known for having played the role of William Mason, the second footman in ITV's Downton Abbey, and played the role of Manchester United player Mark Jones in the 2011 TV film of the Munich air disaster, United.
Biography of Joely Collins (excerpt)
Joely Collins (born August 8, 1972) is a British-Canadian actress and producer. She is the daughter of Andrea Bertorelli and of English musician Phil Collins.
Born and raised largely in Vancouver, British Columbia, Collins studied at the Vancouver Youth Theatre, and later at London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Biography of Alessandro Dell'Acqua (excerpt)
Alessandro Dell'Acqua (born 21 December 1962 in Naples) is a fashion designer. He presented his first prêt-à-porter collection at Milan Moda Donna in 1996 and his first men's line at Pitti in Florence in January 1998.
Dell'Acqua took over as creative director at Malo, the Italian luxury knit company, and showed at Milan Fashion Week for the Spring 2009 season in September.
Biography of Nivek Ogre (excerpt)
Kevin Graham Ogilvie (born December 5, 1962), known professionally as Nivek Ogre, is a Canadian musician, performance artist and actor, best known for his work with the industrial music group Skinny Puppy, which he co-founded with cEvin Key. Since 1982, he has served as Skinny Puppy's primary lyricist and vocalist, occasionally providing instrumentation and samples.
Biography of Melissa Panarello (excerpt)
Melissa Panarello (born 3 December 1985 in Catania (the time of birth comes from herself)), alias Melissa P., is an Italian writer.
Panarello grew up in the small Sicilian town of Aci Castello, near Catania in Italy. In 2003 she became famous for authoring the erotic novel, 100 colpi di spazzola prima di andare a dormire (translated into English by Lawrence Venuti as One Hundred Strokes of the Brush Before Bed, 2004).
Biography of Lucille Bremer (excerpt)
Lucille Bremer (February 21, 1917 – April 16, 1996) was an American film actress and dancer. Bremer was born in Amsterdam, New York, but soon moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where she studied ballet. At age 12, she danced with the Philadelphia Opera Company.
Biography of Éliane Plewman (excerpt)
Éliane Sophie Plewman (6 December 1917 – 13 September 1944) was a British agent of Special Operations Executive (SOE) and member of the French Resistance working in the "MONK circuit" in occupied France during World War II. She was involved in a number of highly successful sabotage missions but was arrested and tortured by the Gestapo, and later executed by the SS at Dachau Concentration Camp.
Biography of Eduardo de Pedro (excerpt)
Eduardo Enrique "Wado" de Pedro (born 11 November 1976 in Mercedes, Buenos Aires) is an Argentine lawyer and Justicialist Party politician currently serving as the country's Minister of the Interior. He previously served as National Deputy for Buenos Aires Province, as member of the Council of Magistracy, and General Secretary to President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner.
Biography of Rocco Papaleo (excerpt)
Antonio Rocco Papaleo (born 16 August 1958) is an Italian actor, film director and singer.
Born in Lauria (Basilicata), he moved to Rome to study math at university but left soon to attend the theatre school. He made his theatrical debut in 1985 acting Sussurri rapidi by Salvatore Di Mattia.
Biography of Roger Bastide (sports journalist) (excerpt)
Roger Jean Bastide, born June 2, 1917 in Marseille, died August 29, 1999, was a French sports journalist.
Biography of Georges Cahuzac (excerpt)
Georges Séverin Cahuzac, born in Sénouillac (Tarn) on February 10, 1871 and died in Eaubonne (Seine-et-Oise) on February 26, 1956, is a French actor and comedian.
Biography of Madison Marlow (excerpt)
Maddie & Tae are an American female country music duo composed of Madison Marlow and Taylor Dye, both of whom are singers, songwriters, and guitarists. The duo was signed to the revived Dot Records in 2014. Their debut album, Start Here, was released on August 28, 2015, and includes the singles "Girl in a Country Song", "Fly", "Shut Up and Fish", and "Sierra".
Biography of Ella Rappich (excerpt)
Ella Maria Eia Rappich, born May 23, 2000 in Sigtuna, is a Swedish actress.
Rappich was born and raised in Sigtuna and got her first role by chance, when the production company FLX visited her school. She made her debut by playing a close friend of the main character in Netflix's first Swedish-produced original series Greatest of All, which premiered on April 5, 2019.
Biography of Volkan Isik (excerpt)
Volkan Isik (born 11 September 1967 in Istanbul) is a Turkish rally driver.
He drove in the World Rally Championship in the late 1990s and early 2000s. In a Toyota Corolla WRC, Isik and his co-driver, Erkan Bodur, were sixth and thus scored their first WRC point at the 1999 China Rally, helped by most big names dropping out of the rally including Tommi Mäkinen and Colin McRae.
Biography of Eiji Aonuma (excerpt)
Eiji Aonuma (born March 16, 1963 in Nagano Prefecture) is a Japanese video game designer, director, and producer. He works for Nintendo as the project manager of their The Legend of Zelda series. Aonuma is also one of the deputy general managers of Nintendo's Entertainment Planning & Development division, having served that role since 2019.
Biography of Alison Wheeler (comedian) (excerpt)
Alison Wheeler (born 22 July 1986) is a French comedian, humorist, and actress.
Wheeler initially earned recognition as a member of the French cooperative Studio Bagel, a website that was later acquired by the television channel Canal+. She has an established cinematic career and is known for creating and performing musical parodies on France Inter.
Biography of Isaac Babel (excerpt)
Isaac Emmanuilovich Babel (13 July (Gregorian calendar) 1894 – 27 January 1940) was a Russian writer, journalist, playwright, and literary translator. He is best known as the author of Red Cavalry and Odessa Stories—stories from the life of Jewish gangsters from Odessa led by Benya Krik (prototype – Mishka Yaponchik).
Biography of Doris Duranti (excerpt)
Doris Duranti (25 April 1917 – 10 March 1995) was an Italian film actress.
She appeared in 43 films between 1935 and 1975. She had a years-long affair with Alessandro Pavolini, a Fascist politician who in 1945 was executed by Italian partisans; his body was then hung with that of Benito Mussolini.
Biography of Philippe Barbier (excerpt)
Philippe Antoine Francoise Barbier (2 March 1848 – 18 September 1922) was a French organic chemist. He is best known for his two named reactions in organic synthesis, the Barbier reaction and the Barbier-Wieland degradation, as well as for his role in the creation of organomagnesium reagents with his student, Victor Grignard.
Biography of Marion Brown (excerpt)
Marion Brown (September 8, 1935 (some sources give 1931) – October 18, 2010) was an American jazz alto saxophonist, composer, writer, visual artist, and ethnomusicologist. He was a member of the avant-garde jazz scene in New York City during the 1960s, playing alongside musicians such as John Coltrane, Archie Shepp, and John Tchicai.
Biography of Sonny Shroyer (excerpt)
Otis Burt "Sonny" Shroyer Jr. (born August 28, 1935) is an American actor and singer who has appeared in various television and movie roles. He is known for his role as Deputy Sheriff Enos Strate in the television series The Dukes of Hazzard.
Biography of Kaori Sakamoto (excerpt)
Kaori Sakamoto (坂本花織, Sakamoto Kaori, born April 9, 2000) is a Japanese figure skater. She is the 2022 Olympic bronze medalist in both women's singles and the team event, the 2018 Four Continents champion, the 2019 and 2022 Japanese national champion, and a two-time Japanese national silver medalist (2018, 2021).
Biography of Simone Barillier (excerpt)
Simone Germaine Barillier, born April 1, 1917 in Clichy and died September 14, 2013 (aged 96) in Eaubonne, is a French actress.
She was elected Miss France in Paris on June 30, 1934, among 32 candidates. The jury, gathered in the salons of the Bridge-Club, avenue des Champs-Élysées, is chaired by the painter Paul Chabas.
Biography of Mamoru Hosoda (excerpt)
Mamoru Hosoda (born September 19, 1967) is a Japanese film director and animator. He was nominated for an Academy Award in the category Best Animated Feature Film at the 91st Academy Awards for his eighth film Mirai.
Studio Ghibli announced that Hosoda was to direct the film Howl's Moving Castle in September 2001.
Biography of Gustaf Hammarsten (excerpt)
Carl Gustaf Hammarsten (born 2 September 1967) is a Swedish film, television and theatre actor. He is internationally known for his role in Brüno (2009) as the title character's sidekick and gay lover.
He has appeared in more than ten films, starting with a small role in The Best Intentions (1992) directed by Bille August.
Biography of Fabiola Rueda (excerpt)
Luz Fabiola Rueda married Oppliger (born 26 March 1963 in Bucaramanga) is a former Colombian mountain runner who won two World Mountain Running Championships (1987, 1988).
Biography of Jules Tannery (excerpt)
Jules Tannery (24 March 1848 – 11 December 1910) was a French mathematician, who notably studied under Charles Hermite and was the PhD advisor of Jacques Hadamard. Tannery's theorem on interchange of limits and series is named after him. He was a brother of the mathematician and historian of science Paul Tannery.
Biography of Israel Joshua Singer (excerpt)
Israel Joshua Singer ( November 30, 1893, Biłgoraj, Congress Poland — February 10, 1944 New York) was a Polish-Jewish novelist who wrote in Yiddish.
He was born Yisruel Yehoyshye Zinger, the son of Pinchas Mendl Zynger, a rabbi and author of rabbinic commentaries, and Basheva Zylberman.
Biography of James Best (excerpt)
Jewel Franklin Guy (July 26, 1926 – April 6, 2015), known professionally as James Best, was an American television, film, stage, and voice actor, as well as a writer, director, acting coach, artist, college professor, and musician. During a career that spanned more than 60 years, he performed not only in feature films but also in scores of television series, as well as appearing on various country music programs and talk shows.
Biography of Pierre Bertaux (excerpt)
Pierre Bertaux, born October 8, 1907 in Lyon (Rhône) and died August 14, 1986 in Saint-Cloud (Hauts-de-Seine), is a German scholar, French resistance fighter and politician.
He is the author of a major thesis on Hölderlin in 1936.
Member of several left-wing government cabinets, appointed Commissioner of the Republic for the Liberation of Toulouse, he was notably made Officer of the Legion of Honor, Croix de Guerre, and Companion of the Liberation.
Biography of Da'Vine Joy Randolph (excerpt)
Da'Vine Joy Randolph (born May 21, 1986) is an American actress and singer. She first gained recognition as Oda Mae Brown in the Broadway production of Ghost: The Musical (2012), for which she was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical.
Biography of Zhang Wenxiu (excerpt)
Zhang Wenxiu, born 22 March 1986 in Dalian, Liaoning) is a retired Chinese female hammer thrower.
She won the 2005 Asian Championships and 2006 Asian Games. She finished tenth at the 2001 World Championships, seventh at the 2004 Olympics, fifth at the 2005 World Championships and fourth at the 2006 World Cup.
Biography of Jean Calbrix (excerpt)
Jean Calbrix (born in Rouen on January 1, 1940) is a French author of detective novels. He was professor of mathematics at the University of Rouen.
His novels feature Commissioner Shura of the Yvetot judicial police.
Biography of Anna Brigadere (excerpt)
Anna Brigadere (October 1, 1861 (Gregorian calendar) in Tērvete – June 25, 1933 in Tērvete) was a writer, playwright and poet from Latvia.
Her first story was published in 1896. In 1897, she turned her focus exclusively to literary work, and her first book Vecā Karlīne/Old Karlīna was published.
Biography of Emanuel Schikaneder (excerpt)
Emanuel Schikaneder (born Johann Joseph Schickeneder; 1 September 1751 – 21 September 1812) was a German impresario, dramatist, actor, singer, and composer. He wrote the libretto of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's opera The Magic Flute and was the builder of the Theater an der Wien.
Biography of Peter Siepen (excerpt)
Peter Siepen, (born 28 December 1962 in Stockholm) is a Swedish television presenter. He started work as a busdriver and his first television presenter job was for the Kanal 5 show Palladium top 10.
He has since presented several shows at Kanal 5, ZTV, SVT, TV4 Plus, TV4 and TV6.
Biography of Georges Bouton (excerpt)
Georges Bouton (1847–1938) was a French toymaker and engineer who with fellow Frenchman Jules-Albert de Dion founded the De Dion-Bouton company in 1883. The pair first worked together in 1882 to produce a self-propelled steam vehicle. The result gave birth to the company which, at the time, went under the name de Dion.
Biography of Jessica Parra (excerpt)
Jessica Marcela Parra Rojas (born 10 August 1995) is a Colombian professional racing cyclist, who most recently rode for UCI Women's Continental Team Team Illuminate.
Biography of Yuri Alvear (excerpt)
Yuri Alvear Orejuela (born 29 March 1986) is a Colombian judoka, three times World Champion in her division.
In 2009, she won the World Championships in Rotterdam. In the final she gained victory over Anett Mészáros from Hungary and became the third South American judoka to win the title, following Natasha Hernández (of Venezuela) in 1984 and Daniela Krukower (of Argentina) in 2003.
Biography of Fernando Haddad (excerpt)
Fernando Haddad (born 25 January 1963 (his birth time comes from this item)) is a Brazilian academic and politician who served as Mayor of São Paulo from 2013 to 2017. He was the Workers' Party candidate for President of Brazil in the 2018 election, replacing former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, whose candidacy was barred by the Superior Electoral Court under the Clean Slate law.
Biography of Paolo Limiti (excerpt)
Paolo Mario Limiti (8 May 1940 – 27 June 2017) was an Italian lyricist, journalist, radio and television writer and presenter.
Born in Milan, Limiti begin his career as a journalist, then in 1960 he started a long collaboration with Mike Bongiorno as author of his radio and television programs.
Biography of M.G. Ramachandran (excerpt)
Maruthur Gopala Ramachandran (17 January 1917 – 24 December 1987), also popularly known as M.G.R., was an Indian politician, actor, philanthropist and filmmaker who served as the chief minister of Tamil Nadu from 1977 till his death in 1987. He was the founder of AIADMK and mentor of J.
Biography of Maurice Bardèche (excerpt)
Maurice Bardèche (1 October 1907 – 30 July 1998) was a French art critic and journalist, better known as one of the leading exponents of neo-fascism in post–World War II Europe. Bardèche was also the brother-in-law of the collaborationist novelist, poet and journalist Robert Brasillach, executed after the liberation of France in 1945.
Biography of Chico Hamilton (excerpt)
Foreststorn "Chico" Hamilton, (September 20, 1921 – November 25, 2013) was an American jazz drummer and bandleader. He came to prominence as sideman for Lester Young, Gerry Mulligan, Count Basie, and Lena Horne. Hamilton became a bandleader, first with a quintet featuring the cello as a lead instrument, an unusual choice for a jazz band in the 1950s, and subsequently leading bands that performed cool jazz, post bop, and jazz fusion.
Biography of Jean-Noël Augert (excerpt)
Jean-Noël Augert (born 17 August 1949) is a French former alpine skier. He competed at the 1972 Olympics and finished in fifth place in the slalom and giant slalom.
Augert was born in Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne and grew at the La Toussuire ski resort, Savoy.