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Tiffani Thiessen - An Aquarius

Aquarius



Tiffani  Thiessen
Profession - Actress
Date of Birth - January 23, 1974
Place of Birth- Long Beach, California
Chinese Sign -Lion
Feng Shui Element - Wood


Tiffani-Amber Thiessen was born on January 23, 1974 in Long Beach, California, USA to Frank Thiessen, a park designer, and Robyn Thiessen, a homemaker. Thiessen began professionally posing at age seven, appearing in both print and TV ads as well as catalogues.

In 1987, she won the Miss Junior America pageant. She got her big screen break, when she was cast as the popular cheerleader Kelly Kapowski on the NBC series "Saved by the Bell" (1989) in 1989. In 1992, she starred in her first movie "A Killer Among Friends".

Astro Report

Like most Aquarians, Thiessen doesn't lack for friends. Her Moon also lies in Aquarius. This shows that she can be aloof, detached and rather unemotional, or at least is uncomfortable when faced with others' emotional displays. Mercury lies in Aquarius as well. Under this influence she is a quick thinker and speaker, willing to explore new ideas and possibilities. Her Venus Trine Pluto also makes her quite charismatic.

Her Mars in Taurus may explain not only her continuing success, but also those beauty pageants early in her life. Six Fixed Planets mean that her plan will always be going along well.

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