13 Famous Aquarius Celebrities That Live Up To Their Star Sign
Aquarius is the last air sign in the Zodiac, but that’s not the only reason it stands out. Aquarians are known for being intelligent, creative, and idealistic, which means they’re always seeking the next big idea or project. Understanding your horoscope can help you learn more about your place in the world and what matters most as you build your future. Here’s a list of Aquarius celebrities who’ve done just that — to inspire you as you tackle your next big adventure.
Jennifer Aniston (February 11)
Jennifer Aniston gained fame on Friends, a popular sitcom about twenty-somethings making their way in mid-nineties New York. Early on, she became known for setting trends and making creative statements — who could forget her iconic Rachel hairstyle? The Aquarius star has been married to Brad Pitt and Justin Theroux. That said, one of the things Aniston is most known for is her independence and self-reliance. The intellect she brings to her roles is unsurprising for someone who falls under the Aquarius sign.
Oprah Winfrey (January 29)
When it comes to big ideas and big plans, no one does it better than Oprah Winfrey. Over the course of her 40-plus year career, she’s been writer, host, actor, philanthropist, and much more. She’s produced numerous films, among them Beloved and A Wrinkle in Time, as well as The Color Purple on Broadway — based on the book and the film in which she starred. Those who fall under the Aquarius sign are known for their resilience, and Winfrey — who has overcome numerous obstacles on her path to success — is the perfect example of that resilience.
Ellen DeGeneres (January 26)
Another notable name in television and talk shows is Ellen DeGeneres. Her coming out story was deeply personal and very public, setting an example of identity and truth for those watching yet another display of Aquarius’ resilience. Aquarius signs are often related to themes of bestowing and giving life, as represented by the water bearer — though it should be acknowledged that she recently faced criticism for her treatment of her employees and guests.
Shakira (February 2)
Shakira is a singer-songwriter whose Lebanese and Colombian roots play a significant role in her identity and art. She has been called The Queen of Latin Music, and has produced several records and songs in Spanish. Her ability to dream big and add intellect and rationale to her goals is just one of the ways Shakira embodies the Aquarius sign.
Garth Brooks (February 7)
Garth Brooks is a country music star who pushes the creativity of the Aquarius star sign to the next level. Brooks has been producing music since 1985 and has been a chart success many times over since. His wife, Trisha Yearwood is also a country music singer, as well as an actress, author, and television personality.
Denise Austin (February 13)
Denise Austin is best known for the impact she’s had on the fitness world, including her former position on the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports. As an author, athlete, and inspiration, she has lent innovation, forward-thinking, and creativity to the world of personal athleticism. (Check out her workouts here.)
Alicia Keys (January 25)
If there’s anyone who embraces the creativity and intellectual savvy of the Aquarius star sign, it’s Grammy award-winning R&B singer Alicia Keys. She debuted her breakout song “Fallin’” in 2001, and her career has only grown since. She was a host on the competition show The Voice, and owns her own skincare products.
Kerry Washington (January 31)
Kerry Washington brings her remarkable creativity and human insight to every role she inhabits, and has delighted viewers in films and TV series like Django Unchained, Little Fires Everywhere, and Scandal. She is married to NFL player Nnamdi Asomugha.
Harry Styles (February 1)
Harry Styles is the embodiment of rebellion and creativity, two key aspects of the Aquarius personality. The former One Direction member who launched a chart-topping solo career, Styles is known for setting trends with his wild outfits and bucking conventions with his public persona. Undoubtedly, he’s a rock star with an edge.
Geena Davis (January 21)
Those who fall under the Aquarius sign are often committed to building and supporting their communities and creating a better world. There’s no doubt that Geena Davis, founder of the Geena Davis Institute of Gender and Media, has done just that. Not only has she worked tirelessly to support women in sports and media, but she is also known for iconic movie roles, including films like A League of Their Own and Thelma and Louise.
Jane Seymour (February 15)
When it comes to unique women and characters, Jane Seymour is an actress that stands out. She’s best known for her role as Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, which was released in 1993 and stars a female doctor who sets up her own practice in the Wild West. It was a role known for its innovation and trendsetting, and many characters that have come after have taken inspiration from her portrayal of the iconic character.
Laura Dern (February 10)
Laura Dern has starred and acted in many films and television programs, including Jurassic Park, Wild, and Star Wars: The Last Jedi. She was married to Billy Bob Thornton and split following his affair with Angelina Jolie. The independence and resilience of this Aquarius sign are the foundation for her continued success and creativity.
Vanessa Redgrave (January 30)
Vanessa Redgrave is an English actress and activist who has embodied the Aquarius trait of caring for the community and the world. She has been nominated for six Academy Awards and won Best Supporting Actress for her work in the 1977 film Julia.
Other Notable Aquarius Celebrities
Wondering which of your other favorite stars share your sign? Here are other Aquarius celebs that embody the Water Bearer:
Chloë Grace Moretz
Michael B. Jordan
Megan Thee Stallion
Aquarius: Unique and Independent
The Aquarius zodiac sign is known for its creativity, intellect, and love for others. Those born in Aquarius season often make the world better through art, innovation, and community engagement. It’s little wonder that so many actors and musicians are on the list. Now, the only thing left to ask is, “What will you create?”