Happy birthday, Pisces!

Although we’re at the start of the third month of the year, Pisces falls in line as the twelfth sign in the zodiac. The water sign is symbolized by two fish swimming in opposite directions which can be seen to represent the division of Pisces’s attention between fantasy and reality.

Pisces can be imaginative and that makes them great creatives who are intuitive and adaptable. They are also compassionate and kind people that are easygoing. On the other hand, their careless temperament can make them naïve and irrational. Self-pity adds to Pisces’pessimist nature as they struggle to set boundaries.

Pisces season runs February 19 through March 20 and many of your favorite celebrities fall in that time frame. Below are 12 movies or TV shows you can stream starring Pisces actors.

Millie Bobby Brown in Enola Holmes 2 (Netflix)
Birthday: February 19

Millie Bobby Brown became a household name after playing Eleven on the award-winning Netflix supernatural series Stranger Things and has since grown her filmography in the action genre. In two Netflix original films, Brown plays Enola Holmes, the younger sister to famed detective Sherlock Holmes (Henry Cavill) and showcases her sleuthing skills that rival her brother’s.

Lauren Ambrose in Servant (seasons 1-4) (Apple TV+)
Birthday: February 20

From M. Night Shyamalan comes an Apple TV series that channels all the troupes that made Shyamalan a staple in horror. Lauren Ambrose plays Dorothy Turner who faces a tragedy with her husband Sean, played by Toby Kebbell, leading them to hire a nanny named Leanne (Nell Tiger Free) to care for the couple’s “infant.” The frightening mystery unfolds from there.

James Hong in Everything Everywhere All at Once (Showtime)
Birthday: February 22

Everything Everywhere All at Once has been sweeping awards show season so far and with the Academy Awards up next, it’ll be public upset if the film and its actors don’t take home multiple Oscars. The film takes Michelle Yeoh’s Evelyn Wang through other universes where she experiences various versions of herself and how connecting them all saves existence. James Hong plays Gong Gong, the father of Evelyn Wang.

Niecy Nash-Betts in The Rookie: Feds (Hulu)
Birthday: February 23

Niecy Nash-Bettsis known for her larger-than-life personality which often comes through on screen. In the spin-off of The Rookie, Nash-Betts plays Simone Clark in The Rookie: Feds. Simone always wanted to be in the FBI, but having children altered her path. Now with grown children, Simone is pursuing her dreams as the oldest rookie in the FBI proving it’s never too late to chase a dream.

Daniel Kaluuya in Nope (Peacock)
Birthday: February 24

Jordan Peele found a perfect muse in Daniel Kaluuya. The actor starred in Get Out in 2017, Peele’s directorial debut, and teamed up with Peele again with his recent horror flick Nope. Kaluuya played OJ Haywood opposite Keke Palmer in Nope which followed the siblings trying to capture alien life on film for profit and learning the hard way some things should be left undiscovered.

Isabelle Fuhrman in Orphan: First Kill (Prime Video, MGM+, Paramount+)
Birthday: February 25

In 2009, Isabelle Fuhrman starred in Orphan as Esther, a woman with a rare genetic disorder that caused her to appear childlike. A condition she used to scam clueless families. Thirteen years later, Fuhrman reprised the role for Esther’s origin story in Orphan: First Kill elating horror fans everywhere.

Lupita Nyong’o in The 355 (Prime Video)
Birthday: March 1

Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o has not a met a role that she hasn’t completely transformed into and her role in the action-thriller The 355 is no different. Playing Khadijah Adiyeme, a former M16 agent, proves Nyong’o needs to be cast in more action films.

Daniel Craig in Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (Netflix)
Birthday: March 2

Daniel Craig made his mark as the infamous secret agent known as James Bond in five films, but his work as Benoit Blanc in the Knives Out franchise is arguably some of his best work to date. Craig’s detective Blanc combines wit and humor, making him one of the best problem solvers to appear on screen.

Haley Lu Richardson in Montana Story (Showtime)
Birthday: March 7

Haley Lu Richardson played Portia, the Gen Z assistant to Jennifer Coolidge’s Tanya McQuoid and one of the most talked about characters in season two of HBO’s The White Lotus, but her acting range goes beyond being a misguided girl in her 20’s. In Montana Story, Richardson stars opposite Owen Teague as estranged siblings force to confront their family’s bitter legacy.

Mace Coronel in That ‘90s Show (Netflix)
Birthday: March 10

It’s hard to make a spin-off series of a beloved show that works, but That ‘90s Show perfectly encapsulates the essence of what made That ‘70s Show so unique while refreshing the concept for a new generation. Casting Mace Coronel as Jay Kelso, the son of Ashton Kutcher’s Michael Kelso, was also a genius move in what makes That ‘90s Show perfect.

Jai Courtney in Kaleidoscope (Netflix)
Birthday: March 15

In one of Netflix’s most ambitious shows to date, Kaleidoscope is a heist series that allows viewers to watch it in any order they chose and the story will remain a cohesive storyline. Jai Courtney plays Bob Goodwin, a safe cracker, in the series that spans a 24-year time period.

Murray Bartlett in The Last of Us (HBO Max)
Birthday: March 20

One thing Murray Bartlett knows how to do well is be a fan favorite on a popular HBO show. Last year Bartlett earned an Emmy for his supporting role as Armond in season one of The White Lotus and this year he broke hearts as fans of The Last of Us watched him in episode 3 “Long, Long Time” as Frank playing the love interest opposite Nick Offerman’s Bill. Strawberries will never be looked at the same.

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Amber Dover is a multimedia journalist with over a decade writing about pop culture. Cat mom with a deep love of horror, you can follow Amber at @Glambergirlblog on Instagram and Twitter.

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