There are two types of people in this world - the people who believe in all of properties, constellations and readings of star signs, and people who don't. But the people who don't, whether they know it or not all exhibit properties of whatever their sign is. And we all have met somebody who at some point observed what we were doing and said “of you're such a (insert sign here).” Maybe we feel a connection with other people, but you just can't place why. Chances are, you might have the same sign, or signs that, according to astrologists, are connected in some way.
There has always been a fascination with how the stars and the star signs govern us. That's why there are endless amounts of quizzes devoted to what sign are you and do you behave like your sign, and all kinds of astrological advice columns. Entire websites dedicated to finding your star sign match. But this time, the quiz is a lot more fun. It's about all of your favorite celebs from the nineties. How many do you feel a connection with? Take our quiz and we'll guess your sign. Time for a game of 'Pick or Pass' with these 90s stars! At the end of the quiz, we'll try to guess everyone's sign!
Pick Or Pass On Leonardo DiCaprio
He is now atop the Hollywood food chain. But Leonardo DiCaprio has been there for quite some time now. He got his start in the original Parenthood TV show, as well as the last season of Growing Pains. But none of that matters when fans talk about Leo. No matter how many amazing performances he's given, his entire run is boiled down to playing Romeo and screaming “I’m the King of the world!”
Pick Or Pass On Alicia Silverstone
Alicia Silverstone is probably the first crush of a lot people who grew up in the eighties and early nineties. Not just because she was in a movie call The Crush, either. More likely because during the golden age of MTV, Aerosmith’s classic Get A Grip came out and she was in just about every video they made for that album. The most obvious reason though is her breakthrough performance in Clueless.
Pick Or Pass On Luke Perry
It might be hard to believe now, but this guy was one of the gold standard guys of the decade. Luke Perry had the silky sultry voice, the furrowed brow, and wherever else the ladies thought was gorgeous about him. He was also popular bad boy with a heart of gold on 90210 and endeared himself to plenty of male fans as well who would try to pull off a pompadour and sideburns look.
Pick Or Pass On Sarah Michelle Gellar
Had TV not purchased a pilot episode of Buffy, then the world would only know of Kristy Swanson as the Slayer in a B-grade early 90s cult classic. But Sarah Michelle Gellar, to fans worldwide is the only Buffy worth talking about. The former daytime soap opera star got the role of a lifetime in the late 90s teen drama.
Pick Or Pass On Matt LeBlanc
“How YOU doin?” became part of the lexicon and we have Matt LeBlanc’s Joey Tribbiani to thank for it. As one of TV’s most famous actors for ten years, LeBlanc also starred in a few movies during the decade. He played second banana to a monkey in the baseball comedy, Ed as well as taking part in the Lost In Space remake. But if you want to see an early version of Joey, check LeBlanc out as Vinnie Verducci on the Married…With Children spin-off, Top of the Heap.
Pick Or Pass On Drew Barrymore
She might have started as cute little Gertie in E.T. but thanks to trappings of Hollywood, Drew Barrymore was a bit of a wild child during the nineties. She also took the roles to prove it. But she also took part in some of the most memorable movies of the decade as well. Mad Love, Ever After, Wayne's World 2 and The Wedding Singer. When the alternative crowd needed an idol to emulate, Drew answered the call.
Pick Or Pass On Adam Sandler
Adam Sandler was one of the bad boys of SNL, until he got canned. But he did gift us the Hanukkah song before exiting the show. But it all worked out for the better. Sandler wound up perfecting his man-child character that helped him steal the show in Airheads. It propelled him to the stratosphere thanks to the success of Billy Madison, Happy Gilmore, and The Waterboy.
Pick Or Pass On Jennifer Love Hewitt
She might be known more for her Lifetime channel movies at this point, but Jennifer Love Hewitt was rapidly becoming a juggernaut during the nineties. First, she stole hearts as part of the ensemble cast of Party of Five. Clearly meant for bigger and better things, J. Love would go to star in the Last Summer film franchise and the graduation night comedy, Can't Hardly Wait.
Pick Or Pass On Johnny Depp
Johnny Depp had plenty of a run before he became a pirate. The breakout star of 21 Jump Street wowed audiences in films like Sleepy Hollow, What's Eating Gilbert Grape, and Nick of Time. But his biggest claims to fame were playing Edward Scissorhands in the soulful, gothic romance. He also showed the critics how far his reach was when he matured before our very eyes playing FBI agent Donnie Brasco.
Pick Or Pass On Christina Ricci
Playing the iconic role of Wednesday Addams sealed Christina Ricci’s fate as goth-chic. It's something she's tried to shed her whole life. Which is why as she matured, she took on vixen type roles in Buffalo ‘66. She landed another iconic role towards the end of the decade, playing Katrina Van Tassel in Sleepy Hollow.
Pick Or Pass On Keanu Reeves
Pop quiz hotshot: you star as a dimwit with a heart of gold and go on a most excellent adventure. Then you co-star in underrated classics like Parenthood and Point Break. Speed happens and the phrase “pop quiz hotshot,” takes over the summer. All of these great films plus The Devil’s Advocate and of course the Matrix. Keanu Reeves might low-key be the most versatile, greatest actor of our time.
Pick Or Pass On Tiffani Thiessen
One role as the quintessential girl next door. That's all it took for Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, aka Kelly Kapowski to be catapulted into superstardom. She played Kelly on Saved By the Bell for the show's entire run, plus the college years. Then she flipped from the girl everyone loves to the girl everyone loves to hate. She played Valerie Malone on 90210.
Pick Or Pass On Mark-Paul Gosselaar
Along with Dustin Diamond, Mark-Paul Gosselaar was the only SBTB actor to go from Good Morning, Miss Bliss all the way to College Years. Gosselaar would spend most of the decade appearing on the show and all over Tiger Beat magazine. He was the ultimate heartthrob to throngs of screaming teenage girls all over.
Pick Or Pass On Christina Applegate
Married…With Children came at the perfect time. There were sugary sweet sitcoms all over the place, but the Bundys were crass and crude. Instead of being the prim and proper chaste older sister, Christina Applegate as Kelly Bundy was anything but.
Pick Or Pass On Nicolas Cage
Considering how erratic his run has become it's hard to believe that Nicolas Cage was once a megastar. The guy starred in some of the decades biggest action movies. The guy was part of the ensemble thriller The Rock. The filmed turned Cage into an action hero of sorts. He'd then star in Con Air and Face Off.
Pick Or Pass On Jennifer Aniston
The most famous Friend there was actually got her start in the ill-received sitcom version of Ferris Bueller. After starring in Leprechaun, Jennifer Aniston would then get cast as Rachel Green and the rest is history. The hairstyles, the clothes, the relationships. Aniston became Hollywood’s newest star, all thanks to being cast on Friends.
Pick Or Pass On Jim Carrey
While there were several big comics that made it big during the nineties, Jim Carrey RULED the decade. After his stint on the improv show, In Living Color, Carrey played bumbling pet detective Ace Ventura. His maniacal and frenetic style made the film a smash hit and then Carrey became a comedic juggernaut that couldn't be stopped. Then the guy showed off his dramatic chops as well in Truman Show and Man On the Moon.
Pick Or Pass On Jenny McCarthy
As far as celebrity crushes go, Jenny McCarthy was plenty of peoples’ first big one. She was seemingly an impossible figment of imagination. A beautiful woman who entranced millions of fans. But she ensured them with her comedy, as much as her looks. Both traits she was able to pull off simultaneously as the host of MTV’s Singled Out.
Pick Or Pass On Eddie Vedder
So many fans of grunge rock hold Kurt Cobain on a pedestal not to be touched. Meanwhile however, Eddie Vedder and Pearl Jam have forged a following the likes of which has seldom been seen in any industry. Vedder during the nineties was known for his wild-eyed and wild hair swinging from rafters during performances almost as much as he was known for being shy and soulful.
Pick Or Pass On Christina Aguilera
The angry rock and gangster rap of the early and mid-nineties couldn't last forever. Christina Aguilera came at just the right time. With her single and fetching first video for the song, “Genie In A Bottle” was the right amount of sugary bubblegum pop infused with a captivating stare.
Pick Or Pass On Arnie
There might not be a single movie watching fan on this planet that doesn't have their own comically bad Arnold impersonation. That's the indelible mark the actor left on a generation of fans. That, and great movies like Kindergarten Cop, Last Action Hero, True Lies, and the greatest action movie ever made - T2: Judgement Day.
Pick Or Pass On Angelina Jolie
While Pam and Jenny were pinup models for the mainstream, a certain raven-haired Angelina Jolie was there for the alt-rock crowd. That, and she can act too. She took part in cult flicks like Hackers and winning critical acclaim for her performances in George Wallace and Gia. Not to mention winning an Oscar for Girl, Interrupted.
Pick Or Pass On Freddie Prinze Jr.
Freddie Prinze Jr. broke a lot of hearts and made some folks jealous when he married Sarah Michelle Gellar. Before he did that though, he met her on the set of the Last Summer movies. Prinze also had time to star in a modern retelling of My Fair Lady in the film She's All That.
Pick Or Pass On Melissa Joan Hart
Low-key and under the radar, Melissa Joan Hart garnered a massive following during the nineties by being a positive role model in not one, but two different shows. First as an early teen in Clarissa Explains It All, which was Nickelodeon's first live-action hit. But the world at large would get to see a lot more of Hart when she became Sabrina The Teenage Witch.
Pick Or Pass On Jonathan Taylor Thomas
Three initials was all it took to send the Tiger Beat readers’ hearts all a flutter. J.T.T. - Jonathan Taylor Thomas. He played Randy Taylor, the middle of the Home Improvement kids, and had dimples to spare. But his most enduring role of the decade would be the voice of Simba in the beloved Lion King.
Pick Or Pass On Danielle Fishel
It was one of the sweetest sitcom love stories of the nineties. Star child Topanga Lawrence wanted to be friends with Cory Matthews. That friendship was usually Cory being slightly mean as some boys will do. But that's only because he actually liked her. Danielle Fishel didn't just win over Cory’s heart, but fans of Boy Meets World as well.
Pick Or Pass On Tom Hanks
Tom Hanks started the decade as a cooky comic star. Then he became America’s favorite actor playing Andrew Beckett in the moving Philadelphia. For a little humor, Hanks also played Forrest Gump, one of the most iconic roles in film history. If these two weren't enough Hanks would play in Saving Private Ryan and The Green Mile.
Pick Or Pass On Gwen Stefani
In between the grunge and gangster rap and saccharine pop of the decade, there was a band called No Doubt. Their Ska sound took a while to catch on. But once it did, the band’s album Tragic Kingdom smashed all kinds of doors down. All thanks to the style, grace, and voice of lead singer Gwen Stefani, who was the perfect mix of Cyndi Lauper, Debbie Harry, and Madonna.
Pick Or Pass On Tom Cruise
Beginning with his films from the 80s, Tom Cruise just gets better every single movie he's in. The nineties saw him become a fearless actor who starred in period pieces like Far And Away, action movies like Mission: Impossible, and gothic dramas like Interview With The Vampire. But it would be his performance screaming “show me the money” in Jerry Maguire that goes down as an iconic pop-culture moment
Pick Or Pass On Elizabeth Berkley
Kelly might have been the It-girl of the Saved By the Bell, but Jessie Spano was no slouch either. She was just “so excited” most of time and put a lot of pressure on herself. Elizabeth Berkley was definitely the cast member who had to use her dramatic chops the most on the show. She tried to break-out with the film Showgirls, and her run unfortunately fell on its face.
Pick Or Pass On Wesley Snipes
From New Jack City to playing the first black superhero (take that, Black Panther!), Wesley Snipes was not only one of the biggest action stars of the decade, he was also one of the most believable. His knowledge of martial arts allowed him to pull off thrilling action sequences in all kinds of movies.
Pick Or Pass On Sandra Bullock
With a smile and demeanor that could melt the coldest of hearts, Sandra Bullock gained big time acclaim throughout the decade. Her comedic timing in Demolition Man and While You Were Sleeping helped endear her to plenty of moviegoers. But it was her skills as a bus driver of all things in Speed that sent her run into orbit.
Pick Or Pass On The Rock
Nowadays, Dwayne Johnson is the biggest star ever. In the nineties, it was The Rock that was biggest star ever. With just a flick of his eyebrow and delivering some of the greatest trash talk in wrestling, The Rock assumed the moniker of "The People's Champ" and became the Most Electrifying Man In Sports Entertainment in the process.
Pick Or Pass On Lita
While Sable and Chyna were appearing in questionable magazines, WWE Hall of Famer, Lita was kicking butts and taking names. Her unique look and ability in the ring and partnership with Hardys were featured in Rolling Stone. During the sport’s biggest boom period, she was getting louder cheers sometimes than even Stone Cold.
Pick Or Pass On Michael Jordan
People can debate the greatness of LeBron and Kobe all they want to, but they're both second fiddle to His Airness, Michael Jordan. Jordan was so phenomenal that he had non-fans tuning in to just watch him perform. During his run, most fans had their favorite team, and all loved the Chicago Bulls just based on how amazing he was.