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Celebrity Milestone Birthdays in November

Goldie Hawn, Whoopi Goldberg and Neil Young celebrate big ones this month

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    Maria Shriver, 60: A TV journalist, the former first lady of California and JFK’s niece, Shriver is also a serious advocate for Alzheimer’s disease education and research. Her late father, Sargent Shriver, was diagnosed with the disease.

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    Neil Young, 70: Young is still rockin’ in the free world — with bandmates in their 20s, no less — and an ardent activist for the environment and other causes. His latest album is The Monsanto Years.

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    Whoopi Goldberg, 60: The View cohost is an EGOT: a winner of Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Awards. If she could change one thing about herself, she recently told Vanity Fair, “I would laugh more.”

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    Björk, 50: The experimental Icelandic singer has been known for her surreal outfits since wearing that swan dress to the Academy Awards in 2001. Her album Vulnicura was released earlier this year.

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    Goldie Hawn, 70: The sunny actress is now a grandma to five and promotes mindful living as a path to health and happiness — described in her 2011 book, 10 Mindful Minutes.

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    Howie Mandel, 60: The Canadian comedian,America’s Got Talent judge and former host ofDeal or No Deal has germophobia. He won’t shake hands without wearing gloves, according to his 2009 memoir, Here’s the Deal: Don’t Touch Me

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    Ben Stiller, 50: Stiller, the son of Anne Meara and Jerry Stiller, received raves for his breakout role in 1998’s There’s Something About Mary. Coming in February: Zoolander 2, where he’ll again play an intellectually challenged runway model.  

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    Billy Idol, 60: The spiky-haired Brit rocked the ’80s with hits such as “Dancing With Myself” and “White Wedding.” During his recent tour, one critic said he sounded great: “not … only nostalgically great, but just plain great.” 

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  • Look at what your future holds if your birthday is between Oct. 24 - Nov. 22. If you're not a Scorpio, you will find your sign here.

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(Video) Scorpio Horoscope Full Horoscope for 2015: Great news, Scorpio (Oct 23-Nov 21): Saturn, the taskmaster planet, is ending boot camp – and your career will flourish this year as a result of your hard work.


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