About The Astrotwins
Meet your astrologers, Ophira & Tali Edut
AstroStyle founders & astrologers for ELLE
Identical twin sisters Ophira and Tali Edut, known as the AstroTwins, are professional astrologers who reach millions worldwide. As the official astrologers for ELLE magazine and the matchmakers on Amazon Prime Video’s Cosmic Love they bring the stars down to earth with their empowering approach to horoscopes.
With a mission to “empower astrology lovers how to create lives of passion and purpose using the stars as a guide,” the AstroTwins have created a suite of courses applying astrology to love, career and home design. Their membership program, Astropreneurs, teaches aspiring and current business owners how to tap into their unique astrological strengths to build careers they love.
Read their story to find out how Tali and Ophi went from cosmically curious Detroiters to the founders of a thriving media company.
Work with The AstroTwins: Brand Partnerships + Events
From HBO Max to Revlon to Coach, The AstroTwins partner regularly with brands to create successful custom campaigns. From product activations to sponsored contact to social media takeovers, see some of their past collaborations and learn more about working with them.
Media, Events and Interviews
The AstroTwins have been featured by major media, from television (GMA, Bravo, The Today Show), in the magazines and newspapers (New York Times, The Cut) and on podcasts. They’ve spoken to large audiences on a range of topics from annual horoscope predictions to building a Web 3.0 business. Check out their past interviews and find out how to feature them.
So, you wanna be…astrologers?
Well hello there! We’re Tali and Ophira Edut, also known as The AstroTwins. We are indeed identical twins, born in Detroit Michigan on December 2 at 10AM (Tali) and 10:04 (Ophi). For the record that makes us both Sagittarians. We also have Capricorn rising AND moon, Mercury, Venus and Mars all in Scorpio—woosh! Yep, that might explain this ever-expanding obsession with the mystery of the cosmos.
There are no accidents, but we have to be honest…Working as professional astrologers wasn’t our childhood aspiration. But looking back at our history, there were always signs, like the 6th grade trip to Space Camp, the stack of Lois Duncan books about girls with supernatural powers…and the self-development titles that joined the collection a few years later. We avidly read our horoscopes (and Dear Abby) in The Detroit News before delivering the papers on our route every day.