Gwyneth Paltrow Born September 27, 1972 under the Libra sign, Gwyneth Kate Paltrow began her acting career by accepting supporting roles in many films starting 1991. Her acting talents were showcased worldwide when she played lead roles in various blockbuster flicks like Se7en, Emma, and Sliding Doors. Using Libra’s strong-willed and confident personalities, she won Academy Award for Best Actress, a Golden Globe Award and two Screen Actors Guild Awards for her portrayal in the movie Shakespeare in Love.Since then, she has become one of Hollywood’s highest paid actresses with classic movies ranging from The Talented Mr. Ripley, Shallow Hal, and Iron Man.
During the peak of her career in her 20s, Gwyneth was envied by millions of women as she was rumored to be dating ultimate hunk Brad Pitt. They dated from December 1994 to May 1997, with rumors that a wedding ceremony was on the works. But days before the actual ceremony, Paltrow was rumored to have cancelled the wedding citing that she wasn't ready for married life. Libras are kwon for wanting a life where they can be free as a bird. Although Libras love deeply and are often attached to their partners, they don’t want to lose their own identity in any relationship, and are inclined to maintain a social life.
After their breakup, Paltrow publicly said that she felt sorry for breaking Pitt’s heart. Ever since then, she vowed to keep her relationships more private and promised to be more discrete about her romantic life. Libra needs a steady partner whom she can enjoy a reciprocal relationship of trust and love.
In October 2002, Paltrow met Chris Martin, the charming lead vocalist of the highly successful British rock group Coldplay. After months of dating, the couple married on December 5, 2003 in a ceremony held at a hotel in Southern California. Like a typical Libra, Paltrow is eager to please her loved ones in order to be adored and loved back. Most of the time, Libra’s desire to please others is so strong to the point that they put other's needs before their own.