Which soap stars are celebrating birthdays in February? A slew of them, and Soap Hub has gathered a list of all the dates. So you can send the actors and actresses you love best wishes on their special day via Twitter and Instagram. Or you could go the old-fashioned route and mail them an actual card.
Soap Stars Celebrate In February
If you are an Aquarius (beginning on January 20 – February 18), here are some of your traits. Aquarius is one of the three Air signs in the zodiac, known for being a rebel, a revolutionary thinker, a natural psychologist, free-spirited, eccentric, and a non-conformist. Not a sign that likes to take orders, but a true humanitarian at heart.
Aquarius is ruled by the planet Uranus which governs innovation, technology, and surprising events. A typical Aquarian places friendship at the top of their relationship go-to list, and often chose to marry a best friend. Their first love will often haunt them throughout their lives in one way or another. Negative traits include being very stubborn, aloof, and distant in relationships, often stuck in their thought processes.
The month starts off with a trio of The Young and the Restless stars going the cake and candles route. First up is Mark Grossman (Adam), who turns 35 on February 3.
Five days later, February 8, Grossman’s co-star Joshua Morrow (Nicholas) turns 47. The next day, February 9, Sharon Case (Sharon) celebrates #51.
Days of our Lives’ Galen Gering (Rafe) is commemorating his birthday on February 13. The actor is turning 51.
Segueing to the ABC daytime scene, a pair of General Hospital soap stars, past and present, are toasting their natal day. Nicolas Bechtel (ex-Spencer), turns 17 on February 15. The very same day, GH’s Michael Easton (Finn) turns 55.
The Y&R revelry continues on February 18, when veteran Jess Walton (Jill) toasts her 73rd birthday.
If you are a Pisces (beginning on February 19 – March 20), here are some of your traits. Pisces is the last of the water signs in the zodiac, known for being intuitive, compassionate, artistic, and natural empaths. Expect Pisceans to have a wide range of friends and interests.
Pisces is ruled by the dreamy, other-worldly planet of Neptune, which accounts for another Piscean trait: Escapism. They can be the best of friends. Helpful, caring, sensitive, and funny. But, because they are so very sensitive, it can drive them into isolation, depression, or self-medicating. Be kind to your Piscean friend or partner. They will appreciate you for it and you will have a supportive friend for life.
Blowing out the birthday candles on February 19 is DAYS’s Stephen Nichols (Steve), who turns 71.
There’s another double celebration on February 22. GH’s Leslie Charleson is turning 76, while The Bold and the Beautiful’s Thorsten Kaye is turning 56.
Former DAYS leading man Jay Kenneth Johnson (ex-Philip) will be blowing out some cake candles, too. He’s turning 45 on February 24.
Meanwhile, Leann Hunley (Anna, DAYS) has a birthday, too. The actress turns 67 on February 25.
Wrapping up the month of soap stars celebrating their special day, Greg Rikaart (Kevin, Y&R; Leo, DAYS) turns 45 on February 26. Three days later, on February 29, Y&R alum Michael Mealor (Kyle) turns “The Big 3-0.”
February 2022 Overview:
There are lots of things to look forward to in February! A new moon in Aquarius on February 1st. We have just experienced Venus, the planet of love and relationships, turning direct, paving the way for better communication and harmony. On February 3rd, Mercury turns direct, removing any technological, communication, or mental blocks from our daily lives. Lots of favorable planetary aspects light up the sky throughout the month to help us all breathe easier, make plans, and move forward. Where it may have felt like we were held hostage, we will feel a release from our chains.
The biggest date to look out for is February 22, when the United States Pluto Return stations direct. This slow-moving aspect has been revealing all the changes we need to address over the last couple of decades, building momentum, and now is the time to start a course correction, both as a nation and in our personal lives. Time to nurture ourselves, embrace our uniqueness, allow ourselves to see and do things in a different way. Honor the women in our lives. Make plans and take action.