Stephen Dorff was born on a Sunday. The Leo is his star sign. The Ox with the element Water is Stephen Dorff's chinese year sign and his life path is the number 11.
Stephen Dorff's inner world of feelings is filled with a dreamlike enchantment. All he experiences in the outside world possesses a subtle, transcendent dimension. Stephen Dorff anticipates invisible worlds behind the visible appearances ... continue reading
Stephen Dorff seems to be a contradiction in himself. Pride, egotism and the desire to rule for the benefit of all pairs up with a powerful dominance to a homely despot who only means well. Fortunately, he possesses much sense of fun as long as it is not at his cost. . ... continue reading
Stephen Dorff tends to overwrite founded and rational decisions with spontaneous emotional ones. Once he has managed to integrate emotion and ratio harmoniously Stephen Dorff will exchange a gender specific role model with a little sovereign attitude. This integration is a constant trap. Again and always under new aspects Stephen Dorff tries to bring his world and the external reality to one denominator ... continue reading
Physical 64 % Emotional 81 % Intellectual 60 % Intuitive 66 % Overall 68 %
Our biorhythm starts with the day of our birth and is repeated in particular cycles in an up-and-down curve until our death. The upper half (above zero level) is the active phase. The one below zero is the passive phase.
The focus should indeed be put on words "active" and "passive" since none of the two halves is either good or bad.
The days where the rhythm changes from active to passive and vice versa are the critical days. During that time, the abilities associated with the curves are unstable.
You should be very careful on those days. Accidents may occur and they are also not good for exams, to sign contracts and the likes. The typical three primary curves are the physical cycle (red), the emotional cycle (green) and the intellectual cycle (blue).
The listed work of Stephen Dorff on this page makes no claim of being exhaustive. Especially television series are a constant work in progress, even if they are no longer on the air. I took the information from DVD opening and end credits and not from sources on the internet.