Horoscopes with Sun in 2nd House
You will find on these pages astrological charts of thousands of celebrities with the Sun in the 2nd House.
Just click on the celebrities of your choice to get their interactive natal chart, planetary dominants and excerpts of astrological portrait.
Biography of Pierre Sidos (excerpt)
Pierre Sidos (6 January 1927 (birth time source: Didier Geslain, birth certificate) – 4 September 2020) was a French far right nationalist, neo-Pétainist, and antisemitic activist. One of the main figures of post-WWII nationalism in France, Sidos was the founder and leader of the nationalist organizations Jeune Nation (1949–1958) and L'Œuvre Française (1968–2013).
Biography of Umberto Galimberti (excerpt)
Umberto Galimberti (Monza, 2 May 1942) is an Italian philosopher and academic, as well as a journalist for La Repubblica.
In addition to having revisited and reinterpreted, in an original way and with an interdisciplinary slant, authors, moments and aspects of philosophical thought and culture in general, his major contribution concerns the study of symbolic thought understood as the first and most authentic basis of the human psyche.
Biography of Mino Reitano (excerpt)
Beniamino "Mino" Reitano (December 7, 1944 – January 27, 2009) was an Italian singer and actor.
Reitano was born in Fiumara, a small village in Calabria. His father, an employee at the local railway station, was very passionate about music, and encouraged all his sons to learn to play an instrument.
Biography of Malika Ayane (excerpt)
Malika Ayane (born 31 January 1984) is an Italian pop singer.
Malika Ayane was born in Milan, Italy, on 31 January 1984, from a Moroccan father, Ahmed, and an Italian mother. She grew up in the Zone 2 of Milan, the most multi-ethnic area of the city.
Biography of Daniel Goulet (excerpt)
Daniel Goulet is a French politician, member of the UMP group, born October 28, 1928 in Bretoncelles (Orne) (birth time source: Didier Geslain, birth certificate) and died February 25, 2007 in Abu Dhabi (Arab Emirates) united) of cerebral hemorrhage.
Biography of Alba Reche (excerpt)
Alba Martínez Reche (born 17 December 1997 in Elche (birth time source: herself, on a twitch video, she indicates to be Scorpio rising. 5:05 am is an approximate time that corresponds to an Ascendant roughly in the middle of Scorpio) is a Spanish singer-songwriter.
Biography of Ronan Olier (excerpt)
Ronan Olier, born August 15, 1949 in Douarnenez (the source for his birth time comes from Didier Geslain, his birth certificate) and died December 23, 2020, was a French painter, illustrator and decorator.
He has illustrated many books, including In pursuit of the green ray, Cercle de la Mer prize.
Biography of Johnny Dorelli (excerpt)
Johnny Dorelli (real name Giorgio Guidi; born 20 February 1937, in Milan) is an Italian actor, singer and television host.
His greatest success was the musical Aggiungi un posto a tavola, which was also performed at the Adelphi Theatre in London's West End in an English version entitled Beyond the Rainbow in 1978.
Biography of Valery Larbaud (excerpt)
Valery Larbaud (29 August 1881 (birth time source: Didier Geslain, birth certificate) – 2 February 1957) was a French writer and poet.
Poèmes par un riche amateur, published in 1908, received Octave Mirbeau's vote for prix Goncourt. Three years later, his novel Fermina Márquez, inspired by his days as a boarder at Sainte-Barbe-des-Champs at Fontenay-aux-Roses, had some prix Goncourt votes in 1911 but did not win; nonetheless, it is still considered to be a minor classic of French literature and one of Larbaud's best known works.
Biography of Veronica Pivetti (excerpt)
Veronica Pivetti (born 19 February 1965) is an Italian actress and voice actress. Born in Milan, the daughter of a voice actress and of a stage director, Pivetti is the sister of the politician Irene Pivetti. She started her career as a voice actress at 8 years old, specializing in dubbing anime and cartoons.
Biography of Zofia Kossak-Szczucka (excerpt)
Zofia Kossak-Szczucka (10 August 1889 – 9 April 1968) was a Polish writer and World War II resistance fighter. She co-founded two wartime Polish organizations: Front for the Rebirth of Poland and Żegota, set up to assist Polish Jews to escape the Holocaust.
Biography of Jo Squillo (excerpt)
Jo Squillo whose real name is Giovanna Coletti (born in Milan on June 22, 1962), is an Italian singer-songwriter and television presenter. She is active against violence against women and is the initiator in Italy of the Wall of Dolls "walls of the dolls" which denounce this violence.
Biography of Gertrud Kolmar (excerpt)
Gertrud Käthe Chodziesner (10 December 1894 – March 1943), known by the literary pseudonym Gertrud Kolmar, was a German lyric poet and writer. She was born in Berlin and died, after her arrest and deportation as a Jew, in Auschwitz, a victim of the Nazi Final Solution.
Biography of Antony Starr (excerpt)
Antony Starr (born 25 October 1975 in Wellington) is a New Zealand actor best known for his starring role in Amazon Prime Video's original series The Boys, which is based on the comic book series of the same name, playing the superhero Homelander.
Biography of Francesco Renga (excerpt)
Pierfrancesco Renga (born June 12, 1968 in Udine, Italy) is an Italian singer-songwriter. He won the Sanremo Music Festival in 2005 with the song Angelo. He also took part in the Sanremo Music Festival in 2009 with Uomo senza età and in 2012 with La tua bellezza.
Biography of Giuseppe Bergomi (excerpt)
Giuseppe Bergomi (Italian pronunciation: ; born 22 December 1963) is an Italian former professional footballer who spent his entire career at Inter Milan.
A one-club man, Bergomi held the record of most appearances for the club for several years, while also being the side's longtime captain.
Biography of Claudio Lippi (excerpt)
Claudio Lippi (born 3 June 1945) is an Italian television presenter, actor and singer. Born in Milan, Lippi started his career in 1964 as a singer, obtaining his mayor success with the song "Per ognuno c'è qualcuno". He later attempted without success to launch his own record label, "Disco Azzurro".
Biography of Pino Insegno (excerpt)
Giuseppe "Pino" Insegno (born August 30, 1959) is an Italian actor, voice actor, comedian and television presenter.
Since 1986, Insegno has been a member of the comedy quartet Premiata Ditta and he also found success dubbing characters into the Italian language and presenting a variety of television shows across Italy.
Biography of Lello Arena (excerpt)
Raffaele "Lello" Arena (born 1 November 1953) is an Italian actor and comics writer. He was also an occasional film director and screenwriter.
n 1969, at a very young age, Arena formed the cabaret ensamble "La Smorfia" together with Massimo Troisi and Enzo Decaro.
Biography of Claude Berda (excerpt)
Claude Berda, born February 3, 1947 in Paris (Astrotheme, birth certificate n° 81), is an audiovisual entrepreneur and French billionaire, naturalized Swiss in 2013.
He is the co-founder and president of AB Groupe, a French company that publishes 21 television channels and holds a large catalog of audiovisual rights.
Biography of Michele Mirabella (excerpt)
Michele Mirabella (born 7 July 1943) is an Italian television presenter, University professor and actor.
Baba Yaga (1973)
Salvo D'Acquisto (1974)
House of Pleasure for Women (1976)
I Hate Blondes (1980)
Ricomincio da tre (1981)
The Beyond (1981)
Acqua e sapone (1983)
Thunder Warrior (1983)
Fantozzi subisce ancora (1983)
Biography of Paola Gassman (excerpt)
Paola Gassman (Milan, June 28, 1945) is an Italian stage actress, daughter of Vittorio Gassman and Nora Ricci and sister of Vittoria Gassman, Alessandro Gassmann and Jacopo Gassman.
Paola Gassman devoted herself almost exclusively to the theater, with the exception of a few sporadic but important television appearances in comedies and dramas.
Biography of Giuseppe Borgese (excerpt)
Giuseppe Antonio Borgese (12 November 1882 – 4 December 1952) was an Italian writer, journalist and literary critic.
In his early years he founded several literary reviews, including the Dannunzian Hermes (1904), and worked for newspapers such as Corriere della Sera, La Stampa and Il Mattino.
Biography of Franco Oppini (excerpt)
Franco Oppini (Quistello, February 15, 1950) is an Italian comedian, actor, singer and comedian, former member of the cabaret group I Gatti di Vicolo Miracoli.
Biography of François de Cossé-Brissac (excerpt)
François de Cossé-Brissac, 13th Duke of Brissac (19 February 1929 – 6 April 2021) was a French aristocrat. He held the noble title Duke of Brissac from 1993 until his death in 2021.
François was the son of Pierre de Cossé Brissac, 12th Duke of Brissac, and his wife, Marie Zélie Antoinette Eugénie Schneider, who was the daughter of industrialist Eugène Schneider II.
Biography of Warren Sapp (excerpt)
Warren Carr Sapp (born December 19, 1972) is an American former professional football player who was a defensive tackle in the National Football League (NFL) for 13 seasons, primarily with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Sapp played college football for the University of Miami, where he was recognized as a consensus All-American.
Biography of Karl Vollmöller (excerpt)
Karl Gustav Vollmöller (or Vollmoeller; 7 May 1878 – 18 October 1948) was a German philologist, archaeologist, poet, playwright, screenwriter, and aircraft designer. He is most famous for the elaborate religious spectacle-pantomime The Miracle and the screenplay for the celebrated 1930 film The Blue Angel (Der blaue Engel), which made a star of Marlene Dietrich.
Biography of Kelly McCreary (excerpt)
Kelly J. McCreary (born July 10, 1981) is an American actress, best known for her role on the ABC drama series Grey's Anatomy as Dr. Maggie Pierce, the half-sister of series protagonist Meredith Grey. She joined the series as a guest at the end of the tenth season, becoming a series regular in the eleventh season.
Biography of Nino De Angelo (excerpt)
Domenico Gerhard Gorgoglione (born 18 December 1963), known professionally as Nino De Angelo, is a German singer of Italian descent known for his 1983 chart-topper "Jenseits von Eden", and who participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 1989 with the song, "Flieger", written by Dieter Bohlen and Joachim Horn-Bernges.
Biography of Davide Mengacci (excerpt)
Davide Mengacci (born 8 September 1948, in Milan) is an Italian television host who has been working in television since 1986. From 2000 to 2005 he worked on the show La domenica del villaggio with Mara Carfagna, who in May 2008 was appointed Minister for Equal Opportunity in the fourth cabinet of Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.
Biography of Ugo Pagliai (excerpt)
Ugo Pagliai (born 13 November 1937 in Pistoia) is an Italian actor and voice actor.
In 1958, Pagliai enrolled at the Accademia Nazionale d'Arte Drammatica, starting his career on stage in the early 1960s. He became first known in 1969, thanks to the Giuseppe Fina's critically acclaimed stage play, Ross.
Biography of Salvatore Cascio (excerpt)
Salvatore Cascio (born 8 November 1979) is an Italian actor. His most famous performance was in Cinema Paradiso (1988), for which he received critical acclaim and a BAFTA Award.
1988 Cinema Paradiso Salvatore 'Totò' Di Vita - Child Won BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Biography of August Stramm (excerpt)
August Stramm (29 July 1874 – 1 September 1915) was a German war poet and playwright who is considered the first of the expressionists. Stramm's radically experimental verse and his major influence on all subsequent German poetry has caused him to be compared to Ezra Pound, Guillaume Apollinaire, James Joyce, and T.
Biography of Lothar Müthel (excerpt)
Lothar Müthel (né Lothar Max Lütcke; 18 February 1896 – 4 September 1964) was a German stage and film actor and director.
Müthel was born in Berlin, where he attended the acting school of Max Reinhardt, Schauspielschule, Berlin. Following the Anchluss of Austria to Nazi Germany, Müthel was appointed as director of the Burgtheater in Vienna.
Biography of Kurt Schwitters (excerpt)
Kurt Hermann Eduard Karl Julius Schwitters (20 June 1887 – 8 January 1948) was a German artist, poet, painter, and sculptor, who was born in Hanover, Germany.
Schwitters worked in several genres and media, including dadaism, constructivism, surrealism, poetry, sound, painting, sculpture, graphic design, typography, and what came to be known as installation art.
Biography of Alessandro Benvenuti (excerpt)
Alessandro Benvenuti (born 31 January 1950) is an Italian actor, film director and screenwriter. He was co-founder, together with Francesco Nuti and Athina Cenci, of the comedy ensemble "GianCattivi" with whom he achieved his first successes on stage and on television.
Biography of Max Pallenberg (excerpt)
Max Pallenberg (born 18 December 1877 in Vienna as Max Pollack – 26 June 1934 in Karlovy Vary) was an Austrian singer, actor and comedian.
Although Pallenberg's career started in 1904 it wasn't until 1909 that he joined Theater an der Wien and (as of 1911) Vienna's Deutsches Volkstheater.
Biography of Gerhard Marcks (excerpt)
Gerhard Marcks (18 February 1889 – 13 November 1981) was a German artist, known primarily as a sculptor, but who is also known for his drawings, woodcuts, lithographs and ceramics.
In 1919, when Gropius founded the Bauhaus, in Weimar, Marcks was one of the first three faculty members to be hired, along with Feininger and Johannes Itten.
Biography of Aldo Mieli (excerpt)
Aldo Mieli (4 December 1879 – 16 February 1950) was an influential historian of science, and a pioneer of gay rights.
History of science
Mieli is now considered one of the founders of the discipline of the history of science, as one of the first to consider it a discipline it its own right.