Don Loper Kundali AstroNidan
Birth Date: Aug. 29, 1907
Birth Time: 12:01 a.m.
Birth City: Toledo, Ohio, United States
Degree : 4º44'35.94"
Sun Sign*
Degree : 25º24'42.66"
Moon Sign
Pada : 4
Degree : 12º34'34.1"
Last updated at Aug. 16, 2022, 11:54 a.m.
Created at Aug. 16, 2022, 11:54 a.m.

Kundali Details Birth details and configuration for astrological analysis

Birth Details

Gender Male
Weekday Thursday
Date Aug. 29, 1907
Time 12:01 a.m.
Daylight Saving No
City Toledo, Ohio, United States
Geo-location 41ºN39'50.18", 83ºW33'18.76"
Timezone America/New_York

Residence Details

City Toledo, Ohio, United States
Timezone America/New_York

Ayansmha Preference

Ayanmsha True Chitra
Ayanmsha Value 22º32'56.21"


Birth Time (America/New_York) Aug. 29, 1907, 01:01:00 AM
Birth Time (UTC) Aug. 29, 1907, 06:01:00 AM
Birth Time (LMT) Aug. 29, 1907, 12:26:47 AM
Birth Time (Julian) 2417816.750694
LMT Correction (in Hrs) -5.5703

Birth Place Location of birth place on map - Lat: 41ºN39'50.18" Lon: 83ºW33'18.76"

Life Attributes List of attributes/tags and tag associated with this kundali.


Famous | Top 5% of Profession Book Collection | American Book


Personality | Hard worker Personality | Perfectionist


Work | Skills - Multi-faceted Work | Travel for work Work | Work alone/ Singular role Work | Work in team/ Tandem Financial | Wealthy


Art | Stage/ Set design Beauty | Designer/ Fashion Building Trades | Interior design Business | Business owner Business | Entrepreneur Business | Top executive Entertainment | TV series/ Soap star Entertain/Music | Dancer/ Teacher Entertain/Business | Director Entertain/Business | Entertain Producer


Childhood | Advantaged Childhood | Memories Bad Childhood | Order of birth Relationship | Marriage less than 3 Yrs Relationship | Number of Divorces Relationship | Number of Marriages


Psychological | Abuse Alcohol

Life Story Story of person and major life events assoicated with this Kundali

American fashion designer, film producer and director, dancer and choreographer. Loper worked his way up through the ranks to become a designer whose fashions are still appreciated today. Born into the wealthy Hard-Loper family, the second of two brothers, he was never interested in school work and his grades were abysmal. His artistic side was evident from a very young age and he attended dancing school voluntarily. His parents sent him to the Feigan School in England at age 12. Saddled with private tutors and strict discipline, after four years he ran away. With self confidence and grandiose dreams he tried out for the London Ballet even though his only experience was with social dancing. He won a part and toured England and the Continent. He came back to the U.S. at 17 and performed with the Chicago Civic Ballet for one season. He started drinking in his teens and professed a love of champagne for breakfast "spiked" with orange juice. He was able to drink a great amount without seeming drunk. Wanting to experience Broadway, he headed for New York City. At 18 he had a solo dance act and a seven-month engagement at the Adlon Hotel in Berlin, paid $500 per week which was a fortune in 1925. Loper was offered parts in "Ziegfeld Follies of 1927," "A Connecticut Yankee" and "Present Arms," but his Uncle, Lincoln George, a heavy investor in Broadway shows, had him blackballed as he was a snob and felt that show business was beneath the station of a Hard-Loper. Don did odd jobs for $50 per week for three years. In 1931 he talked another uncle into investing in a school that taught music, art, dance and drama. With his genius for organization they succeeded so well they branched out twice. Growing tired of teaching, he organized a dance band of 18 members in 1935. Earning about $3000 per week he quit one step ahead of union trouble. With Beth Hayes as his dance partner, the Radio City Music Hall was the next step on the ladder. He designed all of her costumes, following his motto that "Women should look like women." His designs were always treasured for their feminine look. After dancing in luxurious hotels in the east and in Europe the team was featured on Broadway in "One For the Money," "Very Warm For May" and "All In Fun." Turning to producing, the Copacabaña in New York signed Loper to dance, design costumes and produce the floor show. At a time when other clubs were seeing how little their dancers could wear, Loper designed exquisite evening gowns and cocktail dresses for the Copa dancers. After his two-year contract, Ginger Rogers wanted him for the film "Lady In The Dark," but he wasn't interested. He was hired by MGM and given a six-way contract to produce, direct, choreograph, perform and design costumes and scenery. At this point he agreed to work with Ginger. When his contract expired in 1946 he took on a partner, Charles Northrup, and opened a salon in Beverly Hills. Loper was designing clothes to enhance the body, and dressing some of Hollywood's biggest stars. When Lana Turner married Bob Topping, she purchased a $120,000 trousseau; however designing $25,000 gowns did not provide a bread and butter income. Ready-to-wear dresses, suits, men's wear, cologne and lamps were his mainstay. Saying there was no money in haute couture, his company grossed $15 million a year for creating garments for the public. Working at a fantastic pace with his physical stamina and high-tension mental ability, he was able to design anywhere and had no office or desk. As an interior designer his work in the Beverly Hilton Hotel can still be seen. He also worked on the Roney Plaza in Miami Beach. Loper had a closet full of identical suits, white pleated shirts, black silk ties and patent dance pumps. A tiny rose completed his fashion look each day. Always the super showman, his living room was decorated in black and seven shades of white. On 2/28/55 Don appeared on the "I Love Lucy" show as himself. In the story line Lucy purchases one of his dresses. He married Vye Hughes when he was 17. The marriage lasted eight years. His second marriage lasted three years and his third, a brisk three months. He blamed himself for the marriage breakups as his heart and soul were in his career. Loper died in 1972. His fashions are still prized today in vintage clothing stores. The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in California has two of his gowns in their Best of the Best Collection. Link to Wikipedia biography

Life Events List of life events assoicated with this Kundali profile

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

New Job

Jan. 1, 1925

Work : New Job 1925 at 12:00 midnight in Berlin, Germany (Solo dance act)


Start Business

Jan. 1, 1931

Work : Start Business 1931 (Art, music, dance school)


Start Business

Jan. 1, 1946

Work : Start Business 1946 at 12:00 midnight in Beverly Hill, CA (Beverly Hills salon)


Gain Social Status

Feb. 28, 1955

Work : Gain social status 28 February 1955 (Appeard on "I Love Lucy") .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Significant Money Gain

Jan. 1, 1925

Financial : Gain significant money 1925 at 12:00 midnight in Berlin, Germany ($500/week engagement)

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Joined Organization

Jan. 1, 1935

Social : Joined group 1935 (Dance Group)

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description


Nov. 22, 1972

Death by Accident 22 November 1972 in Santa Monica (Complications following a lung puncture, age 65) .

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