Catherine Zeta-Jones, born on September 25, 1969, is a true Libra. Being a lover of harmony and peace in all things, Librans are the most diplomatic among all zodiac signs. Catherine started her acting career at an early age, beginning with small roles before making it big in Hollywood.
Catherine Zeta-Jones is a Welsh actress who was of Irish descent through her mother. In her early years, she was already performing for her friends and family. After graduating from The Arts educational School in West Chiswick, she starred in various stage plays around London. Being a Libra, Catherine is a lover of beauty and grace. She is known as one of the most beautiful women in the world.
Her big breaks were in the movies The Mask of Zorro (1998) and Entrapment (1999). However, it wasn’t until she starred in the 2000 film Traffic that she earned accolades and nominations for her role, and when she starred in Chicago as Velma Kelly back in 2002, she earned an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Librans are often artistically inclined and have a great perception of their ability, which is why Catherine has a controlled stage presence that electrifies the screen.
In 1998, Catherine met Michael Douglas, who shares the same birthday as her but is 25 years her senior. They hit it off and married in November 2000, shortly after Douglas’ divorce was finalized. They have two children together, Dylan Thomas and Carys Zeta. Librans are the most patient in companions and make excellent lovers, as they have an intuitive mind that is often accurate in reading others’ emotional needs.
In 2004, the couple filed a lawsuit against a harasser who wrote them letters and made grave threats to Catherine’s life. In her testimony, Catherine claimed that these threats shook her and she feared that she would have a nervous breakdown. Being a Libra, detesting viciousness and vulgarity is second nature to them. Librans abhor conflict with others. The harasser was eventually sentenced to three years in prison.
Most recently, Catherine entered a facility to treat her bipolar II disorder, settling into Silver Hill Hospital in Connecticut.