Zodiac Birthdays: Our Favorite Virgo Icons

An Earthy sign, Virgos are perfectionists. They have a strong presence in the material world. There is always room for improvement in the eyes of a Virgo. They are logical and practical when it comes to life. Virgos are incredibly helpful, and the best supportive friends. They are kind and gentle, and resourceful when you need help.
Here are some of our venerable Virgos!
Beyonce: September 4, 1981
Beyoncé Giselle Knowles, former R&B group singer for "Destiny's Child", to solo artist, this Virgo has won multiple grammy awards and is also known as an actress. She has voice acted in the new Lion King as Nala. When she was younger, she won her first talent show performing John Lennon's song, "Imagine".
Freddie Mercury: September 4, 1946
The ICONIC lead singer of Queen, Freddie Mercury is also a Virgo! Writer of the classic songs, "Bohemian Rhapsody" and "We are the Champions". Before Queen, he was in another band called Ibex.
Tim Burton: August 25, 1958
This Virgo is one of the most influential directors, animators, artist, and producers in the film industry. Tim Burton's gothic-fantasy styled films are incredibly popular with gloomy, dark themes to it. Some of his popular films are Edward Scissorhands, Beetlejuice, the Nightmare Before Christmas, and even Batman.
Cameron Diaz: August 30, 1972
Cameron Diaz, hollywood actress and model, was nominated for multiple Golden Globe Awards. You may recognize her as the voice of Fiona in Shrek. This Virgo has also modeled for Calvin Klein and Levi's.
Sophia Loren: September 20, 1934
Sofia Villani Scicolone began her career as an actress at a very young age. She won the Academy Award for Best Actress in her role as Cesira in Two Women in the 1960s. Not only did she pursue a career in acting at a young age, but she also participated in the Naples Beauty Pageant at age fourteen.
Amy Winehouse: September 14, 1983
Picking up her very first guitar at age fourteen, to having her Back to Black album a great success. Amy Winehouse had a soul-filled voice with expressive vocals won her three awards in the Ivor Novello Awards. She was nicknamed the "Blue-Eyed Soul" , and "Neo-soul".
Stephen King: September 21, 1947
Best selling horror and science fiction writer. Stephen Edwin King has sold over 350 million copies of his own work. Popular novels such as Carrie, IT, and the Shining have their own film take. This virgo has won many awards for his books. He grew up with a passion for horror and comic books, and as he got older, he graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in English.
Amy Poehler: September 16, 1971
American actress and comedian, this Virgo is known for her many comedic roles such as Mean Girls, Baby Mama, and Blades of Glory. She co-anchored in Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update.
Jimmy Fallon: August 19, 1974
Popular television host and comedian, Jimmy Fallon is also a Virgo! Hosts his own show, "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" and was a cast member on Saturday Night Live.
Blake Lively: August 25, 1987
Blake Lively is popular for her appearance in Gossip Girl and The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. When she was younger, her parents refused to leave her with a babysitter so instead, they took her to acting classes. Her role in Green-Lantern nominated her in the Teen Choice awards.
Jada Pinkett Smith: September 18, 1971
This virgo has many talents. Not only is she an actress, but she is also an influential business woman, and screenwriter. Jada Pinkett Smith graduated at Baltimore School for the Arts. Later on, she became a Red Table Talk Presenter with her daughter, Willow Smith. Fun fact, she was a song- writer AND singer for a METAL band called Wicked Wisdom.
Bernie Sanders: September 8, 1941 
One of the most influential politicians, Bernie Sanders was elected in 2007 as a U.S. Senator in Vermont. Born in Brooklyn New York, Sanders has served the longest U.S. Congressional history.