Cindy Crawford Blessed with arguably the most beautiful facial mole in the whole world, Cynthia Ann Crawford, or simply Cindy Crawford, was born February 20, 1966 under the Pisces sign. A former American ramp model, Crawford’s attractive face and disarming sex appeal have been featured in hundreds of prestigious magazines. Embodying Pisces’ multi-talented nature, Cindy was named one of 40 Hottest Hotties of the 90’s by a highly regarded fashion magazine, and enjoyed successful careers in television, film, and charity works.
Like all Pisces who are born with natural creativity and intelligence, Crawford graduated from her High School as a valedictorian. She was also awarded an academic scholarship to study chemical engineering at Northwestern University. After attending for one quarter, she dropped out and pursued a modeling career. In 1986, Cindy started her modeling career by moving to Manhattan and signing a modeling contact from Elite New York modeling agency.
During the peak of her career, Cindy met dashing Hollywood actor Richard Gere. Their friendship eventually turned into a well-publicized romantic relationship. Pisces is always in search for good relationships with the opposite sex and is generally keen with long tem partners. On 1991, the couple married and enjoyed a very loving relationship until 1995. Their separation was done in good terms and Cindy considered Gere as the most influential person in her life after her parents.
Although Pisces are not generally good in dealing with break-ups and vulnerable to more heartache, Cindy found new love with Rande Gerber. They married in May 29, 1998 and currently raise two children in their Malibu Home.
When she was just 10 years old, Cindy experienced the first set back of her life with the death of her beloved brother due to leukemia. Pisces is highly sensitive and emotional, which make them more vulnerable to problems and issues especially about their loved ones. With the death of her brother, which she considers the fourth most influential person in her life, Cindy became more focused in pursuing a career which will help her battle the sickness. True to her promise, Crawford continues to be an active donor for Leukemia medical research. She was also appointed as an honorary board member of the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation.