Sunday 7 July 2013

Jay Mohr (American actor, stand-up comedian, radio host)

* Jay Mohr ― the stand-up comedian who has written about his battle with panic attacks in his book, Gasping for Airtime ― has an exact conjunction of Mercury and Pluto in Virgo in semi-sextile with his MC and quincunx his IC. His social anxiety may also have stemmed from the Sun in the first degree of Virgo square the Moon in the first degree of Gemini, particularly considering his Mercury-Pluto aspects.


Jay Ferguson Cox Mohr (born Jon Ferguson Mohr; August 23, 1970) is an American actor, stand up comedian, and radio host. He is known for his role as Professor Rick Payne in the TV series Ghost Whisperer, the title role in the CBS sitcom Gary Unmarried, which ran from 2008 to 2010, as a featured player for two seasons on the long running sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live, and the back-stabbing sports agent Bob Sugar in Jerry Maguire. As of January 2, 2013, Mohr is the host of Jay Mohr Sports, a daily midday sports radio talk show on Fox Sports Radio.

Read more from his Wikipedia biography.


BIRTH DATA: Jon Ferguson Mohr, 23 August 1970, 16:30 (4:30 p.m.) EDT (+4), Verona, New Jersey, USA (40n49, 74w14). ASC: 2 Capricorn. RR: A (from him in an autobiography). SOURCE: Sy Scholfield (c) quotes time of birth from Jay Mohr, No Wonder My Parents Drank: Tales from a Stand-Up Dad (New York: Simon and Schuster, 2010). p. 7: "Like me, he [my son, Jackson] was born at four-thirty in the afternoon. Like me, he was also two and a half months premature." Other data from "Jay Mohr Biography (1970-)" Film Reference (

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