“Rh-negative” and “Rh-positive” refer to whether your blood has Rh factor. Rh factor is passed from parents to children through the genes.
The Rh factor is a protein on the covering of the red blood cells. If there’s no Rh factor protein, the individual is Rh negative.
If the Rh factor protein is on the cells, the individual is Rh-positive.
Most people are Rh-positive.
Interestingly, data indicate that Rh-negative and Rh-positive people differ in their tolerance to certain biological factors, such as – aging, Toxoplasma infection (one of the most common parasitic infections of man), and fatigue.
RH Negative Traits and Characteristics
Common characteristics and traits include:
- high IQ;
- high or larger forehead;
- heightened senses;
- extra vertebra;
- blue, green, or hazel eyes;
- low pulse rate;
- low blood pressure;
- light-colored hair;
- frequent empathetic illnesses;
- body scars which cannot be explained;
- a tendency toward healing professions;
- heat and sun sensitivity.
But, if your baby is also Rh-negative, there is no danger.
List of Celebrities, Actors, and Other Famous People With RH Negative Blood Type:
1) Stephanie Beacham
She is a British film, television, and theatre actress who started appearing on British television in 1967.
In 1970, Beacham made her big-screen debut in the film ”The Games.”
The English actress is best known for her role as Sable Colby in the soapies Dynasty (her character was the wife of Colby Enterprise’s magnate Jason Colby) and The Colbys.
Her film appearances also include Schizo (1976), Dracula A.D. 1972, and Troop Beverly Hills (1989).
2) Donald Trump
He was born on June 14, 1946, in Queens, New York, to German immigrant parents. Trump is the 45th President of the US.
Donald is the son of a wealthy real estate developer and attended the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania before taking charge of his family’s business.
Trump has also produced and hosted the reality television series – The Apprentice (2004), that has been nominated for 9 Primetime Emmy awards. Donald hosted The Apprentice for 14 seasons and received about $213m during the show’s run.
Donald was married to Ivana Trump from 1977 to 1992.
On June 16, 2015, Donald announced that he would be running for president of the US.
His campaign slogan was “Make America Great Again.”
3) Clint Eastwood
He was born on May 31, 1930, to parents Ruth and Clint Sr.
Clint married Maggie Johnson on December 19, 1953.
The actor attended 8 different grammar schools, as his parents moved often in search of work during the Great Depression (a severe worldwide economic depression which took place mostly during the 1930s).
Eastwood worked as a caddy, a lifeguard, and a grocery clerk while growing up.
He appeared in a few TV series before he got his big break in 1959 by being cast in the popular TV western Rawhide as Rowdy Yates.
Eastwood went on to become the Academy Award-winning director of such features as ”Million Dollar Baby” and ”Unforgiven.”
Apart from a remarkable contribution to the world of showbiz, Clint also ventured into the political world, serving 2 years as the elected Mayor of Carmel, California.
4) Sharon Stone
She was born in 1958 in Meadville Pennsylvania as a 2nd child of her parents.
After Sharon won beauty pageants in Pennsylvania, she went to New Jersey to pursue her childhood dream of becoming an actress.
When she was 22 years old, Stone won her first role in Woody Allen’s Stardust Memories.
Sharon Stone also appeared in War and Remembrance, Casino, and King Solomon’s Mines.
Sharon won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress for her performance in Casino and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress.
She has three sons named Laird, Roan, and Quinn.
The actress possesses an Rh-negative blood type, that can create major pregnancy complications.
In an interview she revealed:
“I can say that I had three, five-and-a-half-month miscarriages and no one had an answer for me (as to) what’s going on, (or) why (this is) happening to me.”
5) Loretta Lynn
She was born on April 14, 1932, in Butcher Hollow, Kentucky, USA.
Loretta’s singing came to the attention of Zero Records, a record company in nearby Vancouver, Canada.
In her 5 decades and on-going career, Lynn has released 60 albums and 160 songs with total sales of 45 million records.
Loretta Lynn has received 7 American Music Awards, 4 Grammy Awards, and 12 Academy of Country Music Awards.
She also became a mother at 14 and had 4 children in her first 4 years of marriage. Amazingly, Loretta was a grandmother at 29.
Loretta Lynn is also RH negative and wrote about it in her autobiography.
6) Lana Turner
She entered the movie world in 1937, at 17, with small parts in The Great Garrick (1937), They Won’t Forget (1937), and A Star Is Born (1937).
Over the course of her almost 50-year career, Lana Turner achieved fame as both a dramatic actress and a pin-up model as well as for her highly publicized personal life (she was married seven times).
Her role in ”Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” made her an early Scream Queen.
7) Kathy Buckley
She is a 5-time American Comedy Award Nominee as Best Stand-Up Female Comedienne and the winner of numerous other awards for her work.
8) Kerli Kõiv
She is an Estonian singer and songwriter who competed in various singing competitions.
Her song “Tea Party” was featured on the 2010 album Almost Alice.
In 2006, Kerli was signed by Island Records.