Top Brit Actor Owes His Voice To Astrologer

Terence Stamp has revealed that he owes his famously good speaking voice to the advice of an astrologer.

The Oscar-winning British actor says he would never have considered taking vocal and breathing coaching if it hadn’t been for the insights of a woman called Patricia, whom he met on a film set.

Stamp admits that he never thought he could become a finely-spoken actor as he wasn’t a good speaker as a child. But all that changed on the set of Frederico Fellini’s film Histories Extraordinaires, when the director’s astrologer agreed to read his chart.

Stamp says: ‘She was my interpreter and she told me all kinds of things I didn't know about myself. Patricia, the astrologer, told me I had the moon in Taurus, which means potentially you have a wonderful voice. At age 27, I went back to school, gave up marijuana and addicted myself to voice and breathing.’

Astrologers normally use a horoscope to interpret personality traits, influences and trends or patterns that emerge throughout your life. Astrologers like Patrick Arundell believe these influences extend to our lives here on Earth. Kooma is proud to offer daily and weekly horoscopes from Patrick Arundell, one of the leading astrologers in the UK.

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