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What 'Peanuts' Character Are You, According To Your Zodiac Sign?

If you often struggle to give up the spotlight or control your rage towards certain boys who wear classic yellow sweaters, the zodiac might be able to explain your urges. In this case, you're probably a Lucy, the Peanuts character most like an Aries. She's fiery, and she knows what she wants. And hey, what's the problem with that? After discovering which Peanuts character matches your astrology sign, you'll probably gain the peace Lucy never can. Or you may understand why that dirt cloud keeps following you, too.

Charles M. Schulz's hilarious comic characters are more psychologically complex than you might have guessed. The 12 horoscopes can explain their quirks and yours, too.

  • Aries (March 21 - April 19): Lucy

    Aggressive, assertive, and sometimes downright mean, Lucy barrels through life like a hot-headed Aries. She loves the spotlight as long as it's on her own terms, and this Peanuts authoritarian has ambition.

    Lucy doesn't mind stepping on or over a few people to get what she wants - just like any other Ram. 

  • Taurus (April 20 - May 20): Marcie

    Marcie shares the caution and determination of the Taurus Bull. Her unfaltering dedication also makes her a dear friend. Unsurprisingly, Marcie loves elegant activities, including ice skating and music.

    And true to her sign, she's an artist at heart.

  • Gemini (May 21 - June 20): Franklin

    Many Geminis possess an unmistakable charm, which allows them to be great communicators when they want to be. And Franklin certainly chats it up with all kinds of kids. Even when he prefers to be left alone - which he does, since he takes after this moody sign -  he still masters the gift of gab.

  • Cancer (June 21 - July 22): Sally Brown

    Lovely but lazy, kind but hypersensitive, optimistic but obsessive - Sally has all of these traits. A true Cancer, Charlie Brown’s younger sister likes to think about the good things in life. Insecurity and anxiety occasionally plague her, though.

    When Sally feels intimidated, she clams up, becoming stubborn and cold.