People born in December are either a Sagittarius (December 1-21) or a Capricorn (December 22-31). For most of the month, the fire sign Sagittarius takes charge. They are the final fire sign of the zodiac, represented by the archer (a half-man, half-horse centaur). Sagittarius traits are unlike any other sign of the zodiac. What makes Sagittarius so unique is its dynamic blend of passion, curiosity, intensity, and adaptability. Sagittarians are born to explore, and it is critical that these archers have the freedom to roam (Sagittarius rules the thighs, so they are always on the move). They are on a perpetual quest for knowledge, which makes them incredible storytellers, entertainers, and creatives. However, Sagittarius is notorious for their brutal honesty, which can often make them come off as arrogant and lead to misunderstandings.
Sagittarius’ ruling planet is Jupiter, the planet of abundance, so naturally, this sign demands to have it all. These archers have many passions and interests, so they often captivate you with their dynamic charm. November-born Sagittarius are often ready for a confrontation or a debate. The sign loves a philosophical or deep banter with someone as knowledgeable as them. They listen to the other point of view and try to adapt to them as well. However, they tend to get a little passive-aggressive at times as well.
On December 22, Capricorn season begins. December Capricorns have the worst luck of all the signs, as their birthdays are so close to the holiday season. Capricorns are the last earth sign of the zodiac, represented by the sea goat, a mythological creature with the body of a goat and the tail of a fish. This sign is known for being skilled at navigating both the material and emotional realms. They are ambitious, determined, materialistic, perceptive, and disciplined. Because of their unwavering focus, Capricorns can sometimes be perceived as cold and unemotional.
Some of the most talented actors, musicians, and iconic figures in Hollywood celebrate their birthdays in the month of December. Keep scrolling to see which of our favorite celebrities celebrate a December birthday.
The actress, singer, and model celebrates her birthday on December 1. If you've never seen her in the 'Big Little Lies' series or 'The Batman,' you may know Kravitz because of her famous parents, Lisa Bonet and Lenny Kravitz. Zoë got engaged to 'Magic Mike' star Channing Tatum in 2023 after two years of dating.
The singer, songwriter, rapper and actress celebrates her birthday on the first as well. Monáe's music career began 20 years ago with 'The Audition.' In the acting world, she first gained attention in 2016 with her roles in 'Moonlight' and 'Hidden Figures.'
The 'Charlie's Angels' alum celebrates her birthday on December 2. The New York native was discovered at 19 years old while riding the subway by an agent and appeared in a commercial. From then, Liu starred in small film and TV roles in the 90s before landing 2000's 'Charlie's Angels.'
This "Promiscuous" girl celebrates her birthday on December 2. The Canadian singer-songwriter first gained fame with her 2000 album, 'Whoa, Nelly!' which featured hits "I'm Like a Bird" and "Turn Off the Light." Her third album, 'Loose,' was primarily produced by Timbaland and is her most successful album to date, with over 10 million copies sold worldwide.
The "Gimme More" singer also celebrates her birthday on December 2. The pop star had a whirlwind few years after being freed from her 13-year conservatorship. She has since come out with a tell-all memoir. Another things Spears enjoys doing is posting her experimental dance routines on her Instagram.
The 'Crowded Room' star celebrates her birthday on December 3. Seyfried was born and raised in Allentown, Pennsylvania, and began modeling at age 11. By age 15, she snagged recurring roles in soap operas 'As the World Turns' and 'All My Children' before landing her breakout role in 2004's 'Mean Girls' as Karen Smith.
The 'Boogie Nights' alum, whose real name is Julie Anne Smith, celebrates her birthday on December 3. After studying theatre at Boston University, Moore began her career with television roles like in the soap opera 'As the World Turns.' In the 90's, Moore began to star in films that helped her break through in the industry like 'Nine Months' and 'The Lost World: Jurassic Park.'
The "Drip Too Hard" rapper celebrates his birthday on December 3. Lil Baby, whose real name is Dominique Armani Jones, rose to fame in 2017 with his song "My Dawg." He has collaborated with Young Thug, Gunna, Lil Yachty, Drake, and Future.
The "Prince of Darkness" celebrates his birthday on December 3 as well, joining a long list of stars. Osbourne became a founding member of Black Sabbath in 1968, and provided lead vocals from 1970 to 1978 before he was fired for alcohol and drug problems. Though Ozzy has reunited with the band on several occasions, he also had a successful solo career.
The former 2000's "himbo" celebrates his birthday on December 3, too. Fraser initially planned on getting a Master of Fine Arts in Acting from Southern Methodist University, but stopped in Hollywood on the way and decided to remain there to work in film. A year later, Fraser made his film debut with a small role in 'Dogfight.' He landed his first leading film role alongside Sean Astin and Pauly Shore in 1992's 'Encino Man.' That same year, he starred in 'School Ties' with fellow rising actors Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, and Chris O'Donnell.
The stand-up comedian and actress is another December 3 baby. Haddish's breakthrough role came in 2017 in 'Girls Trip,' which earned her several accolades. She also executive produced and voiced Tuca in the Netflix/Adult Swim animated series 'Tuca & Bertie.'
"The Dude" celebrates his birthday on December 4. Bridges has an acting career spanning over seven decades. Born into an acting family in 1949, and made his first appearance in 'The Company She Keeps.' He and his brother her Beau also made occasional appearances on their father's show 'Sea Hunt.'
The rapper, record producer, and entrepreneur, whose real name is Shawn Corey Carter, celebrates his birthday on December 4 as well. Born and raised in New York City, Jay-Z began his musical career in the late '80s. He co-founded the record label Roc-A-Fella Records in 1994 and released his debut studio album 'Reasonable Doubt' two years later, which was met with critical praise.
The model, television personality, and producer was born on December 4 as well. Banks began her modeling career at the age of 15 and was the first Black American woman to be featured on the covers of 'GQ' and the 'Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue,' on which she appeared three times. In 2003, she created the long-running reality television series 'America's Next Top Model,' which ran for 22 seasons.
The legendary musician was born on December 5, 1932, in Georgia. The self-described "king and queen" of rock and roll passed away at 87 years old in 2020 from bone cancer. He was an influential figure in popular music and pop culture in general for seven decades.
The ZZ Top vocalist and guitarist celebrates his birthday on December 6. Prior to forming ZZ Top in 1969, he opened for Jimi Hendrix. He has also maintained a solo career in recent years, releasing three solo albums from 2015 to 2021.
The comedic director, producer, and writer celebrates his birthday on December 6. He produced and directed films 'The 40-Year-Old Virgin,' 'Knocked Up,' Funny People,' and 'This Is 40;' he also produced films 'The Cable Guy,' the 'Anchorman' movies, 'Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby,' 'Superbad,' 'Pineapple Express,' 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall,' 'Get Him to the Greek,' and 'Bridesmaids.'
The 'Westworld' alum celebrates his birthday on December 7. Wright began appearing off-Broadway in New York City and his native Washington D.C. before starring as Jean-Michel Basquiat in 1996's 'Basquiat,' to critical acclaim.
The "Body Like a Back Road" singer celebrates his birthday on December 8. Hunt once attempted to pursue a professional sports career before signing with MCA Nashville in 2014. Prior to his successful solo career, Hunt was credited for writing songs for Kenny Chesney, Keith Urban, Billy Currington, and Reba McEntire.
The "Queen of Rap" celebrates her birthday on December 8. Minaj, whose real name is Onika Tanya Maraj-Petty, pursued an acting career after graduating high school in Queens, New York. She was discovered by fellow rapper Lil Wayne and signed to his record label in 2009.
The 'True Grit' star celebrates her birthday on December 11. She began acting at 10 years old before she landed her breakthrough role in the western 'True Grit' alongside Jeff Bridges at 13 years old. She gained wider recognition in the 'Pitch Perfect' franchise, 'The Edge of Seventeen' with Woody Harrelson, and voicing Gwen Stacy in the 'Spider-Man' animated film series.
The rapper, singer, and actor, whose real name is Yasiin Bey, celebrates his birthday on December 11 as well. While attending middle school in Brooklyn, he developed his love for acting before launching his hip hop career in 1994.
The 'Requiem for a Dream' star celebrates her birthday on December 12. She began her career as a child model before making her acting debut in 1984's 'Once Upon a Time in America' at 11 years old. Connelly gained public recognition two years later in Jim Henson's 1986 fantasy 'Labyrinth' with David Bowie.
Celebrating her birthday on December 12 is the 'Scary Movie' alum. Hall earned a master's degree in journalism before switching to the entertainment industry. After her 'Scary Movie' success, Hall starred in 'The Best Man' films, 'About Last Night,' 'Vacation', 'Girls Trip,' 'Support the Girls,' 'The Hate U Give,' and 'Little.'
As one of the greatest entertainers of all time, actor, comedian, and singer Jamie Foxx celebrates his birthday on December 13. The Texas native, whose real name is Eric Marlon Bishop, was adopted and raised by his mother's adoptive parents shortly after his birth. He began playing piano at 5 years old, was funny in elementary school, and sang in band before attending college for musical and performing arts composition.
The 'Boardwalk Empire' alum celebrates his birthday on December 13. Before pursuing a career in acting, Buscemi was a New York City firefighter from 1980 to 1984. A year later, made his acting debut in 'The Way It Is' and starred in several film and television roles before gaining prominence in the '90s.
The superstar singer-songwriter celebrated her birthday on December 13. At age nine, Swift became interested in musical theater, also traveling regularly to New York City for vocal and acting lessons. She later shifted her focus toward country music, inspired by Shania Twain's songs.
The blink-182 rocker celebrates his birthday on December 13 as well. Known for his nasal singing voice, DeLonge co-founded blink in 1992. After leaving the band in 2005, DeLonge formed the band Angels & Airwaves, but reunited with blink-182 in 2008. He left again in 2015 but rejoined in 2022.
The rapper celebrates his birthday on December 14. Offset, whose real name is Kiari Kendrell Cephus, was first a backup dancer in Whitney Houston's 2002 music video for "Whatchulookinat" at just 11 years old. Six years later, he formed Migos with Quavo and the late Takeoff. He is married to fellow rapper Cardi B; they share two children together.
The actor and comedian, whose real name is Jerry Angelo Brooks, celebrates his birthday on December 16. After beginning his career in 1995 on 'Def Comedy Jam,' he was a writer and performer on 'Saturday Night Live.' He is best known for his starring roles on 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' and voicing Frank in the 'Harley Quinn' adult animated series.
The actor and film producer celebrates his birthday on December 18. He left the University of Missouri with two weeks left to complete his degree in journalism to pursue a career in acting. He moved to Los Angeles, where he took acting lessons and worked odd jobs. His acting career began in 1987, with uncredited parts in the films 'No Way Out,' 'No Man's Land,' and 'Less than Zero.'
The 'Jaws' filmmaker celebrates his birthday on December 18. After directing for television at first, he made his theatrical film debut with 1974's 'The Sugarland Express' and became a household name with the following year's summer blockbuster, 'Jaws.'
The 'Goodfellas' star was born on December 18, 1954, in Newark, New Jersey. He was abandoned at an orphanage and adopted at six months old. After graduating from the University of Miami with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1978, he performed in plays and musicals, including 'Cabaret,' 'Dames at Sea,' 'Oklahoma,' and 'The Sound of Music.' In 2023, Liotta passed away at 67 years old due to respiratory issues.
The "Where The Hood At" rapper was born on December 18, 1970, in Mount Vernon, New York. Regarded as one of the most important figures of 2000's hip hop, X died at 50 from a cocaine-induced heart attack in 2021.
The Rolling Stones rocker celebrates his birthday on December 18. The guitarist and vocalist's career spans over six decades, and his guitar playing style has been a trademark of the Rolling Stones throughout the band's career.
The powerhouse singer celebrates her birthday on December 18 as well. Aguilera is noted for her four-octave vocal range. She got her start as a cast member on 'The All-New Mickey Mouse Club' along with fellow cast members Ryan Gosling, Keri Russell, Britney Spears, and Justin Timberlake.
The "What Was I Made For?" singer celebrates her birthday on the 18th, too. Eilish wrote her first "real" song at age 11 for her mother's songwriting class (she was homeschooled with her brother and frequent collaborator, Finneas). At 13 years old, Eilish released the song "Ocean Eyes" in 2015, in which she first gained popularity from.
Celebrating his birthday on the 19th is the 'Nightcrawler' star. His father Stephen is a director, his mother Naomi is a screenwriter, and his older sister Maggie is an actress. Jake began acting as a child, making his acting debut in 1991's 'City Slickers.'
The 'Superbad' alum celebrates his birthday on December 20. After befriending Dustin Hoffman's children while attending college in New York City, Hill landed his film debut in 'I Heart Huckabees.'
The 'Coach Carter' alum celebrates his birthday on December 21. As one of the most widely recognized actors of his generation, Jackson initially majored in marine biology before switching to architecture. He later settled on drama and began acting on the stage. He made his film breakthrough in 1994's 'Pulp Fiction.'
The '24' alum also has a December 21 birthday. When he first moved to Hollywood to pursue acting, he and Robert Downey, Jr. were roommates and later starred together in the film '1969.'
The actress and activist celebrates her birthday on the 21st as well. Born to socialite Frances Ford Seymour and actor Henry Fonda, Jane made her acting debut in the 1960 Broadway play 'There Was a Little Girl,' for which she received a nomination for the Tony Award for the role. That same year, she made her screen debut in the romantic comedy 'Tall Story.'
The 'Beef' star celebrates his birthday on December 21. Yeun initially rose to prominence for playing Glenn in 'The Walking Dead,' but later earned critical acclaim for his roles in 'Burning' and 'Minari.'
The "All About That Bass" singer celebrates her birthday on December 22. She began singing at age six at church and by 12. Trainor began performing as part of the cover band Island Fusion, which also included her aunt, younger brother, and father. Throughout 2013, Trainor traveled to Nashville, New York City and Los Angeles, where she wrote and helped produce country and pop songs for Hunter Hayes, Rascal Flatts, R5, and Sabrina Carpenter.
The English actor, film producer, and director celebrates his birthday on December 22. He is known for films such as 'The Menu,' 'The Grand Budapest Hotel,' 'Schindler's List,' 'The King's Man,' and 'Maid in Manhattan.'
The Pearl Jam vocalist celebrates his birthday on December 23. In 2017, Vedder was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Pearl Jam. The band first formed in 1990 and was initially called Mookie Blaylock after the former NBA player of the same name. Jeff Ament, Stone Gossard, and Mike McCready recruited Vedder as lead singer but hired and fired three different drummers. The band was forced to change its name when they signed to Epic Records in 1991, officially becoming Pearl Jam. They named their debut album 'Ten' after Blaylock's jersey number.
The "Margaritaville" musician was born on December 25, 1946 in Missouri. He was best known for his tropical rock music, and promoted enjoying life and following passions before his death in September 2023 after battling a rare and aggressive skin cancer.
The Metallica drummer and co-founder celebrates his birthday on December 26. His father and grandfather were professional Danish tennis players, so Lars took it up as a youth as well. He moved to Los Angeles at age 16 to train professionally, but instead of playing tennis, he began playing drums. After publishing an advertisement in 'The Recycler,' Ulrich met James Hetfield and formed Metallica.
The actor and Thirty Seconds to Mars musician celebrates his birthday on December 26. He is known for his acting roles in films such as 'Fight Club,' 'Girl, Interrupted,' 'American Psycho,' 'Requiem for a Dream,' and 'Dallas Buyers Club.'
The 'Wonka' star celebrates his birthday on December 27. Chalamet began his career as a teenager on television, appearing in 'Homeland' in 2012. The French-American actor was internationally recognized in 2017's coming-of-age film, 'Call Me By Your Name.'
The legendary actor celebrates his birthday on December 28. While attending college at Fordham University in the late '70s, Washington switched to study acting and began in theater. By the '90s, he achieved Hollywood stardom with roles in films such as 'Malcolm X.'
The Marvel Comics creator was born on December 28, 1922, in New York City. He co-created iconic characters, including Spider-Man, the X-Men, Iron Man, Thor, the Hulk, Ant-Man, the Wasp, the Fantastic Four, Black Panther, Daredevil, Doctor Strange, the Scarlet Witch, and Black Widow. He passed away in November 2018 due to congestive heart failure.
The "Save Room" singer celebrates his birthday on December 28. The singer-songwriter began his musical career working behind the scenes for other artists like Lauryn Hill, Jay-Z, Alicia Keys, and Kanye West. He released his debut album in 2004, titled 'Get Lifted,' which gained international success.
The 'Cheers' alum celebrates his birthday on December 29. He began his television career on daytime soap operas 'Somerset' and 'The Doctors.' In 2000, he joined the comedy series 'Curb Your Enthusiasm,' playing a fictionalized version of himself.
The actor and singer celebrates his birthday on December 30. Tyrese's career began when he snagged a 1994 Coca-Cola commercial, which led him to appear in other advertisements for Guess and Tommy Hilfiger. At 19 years old, he debuted "Nobody Else" after he signed to RCA Records.
The 'Silence of the Lambs' star celebrates his birthday on December 31. The Welsh actor, director, and producer is well-known for his stage and film performances. He was even knighted by Queen Elizabeth II for his services to drama in 1993.