Most folks aren’t worried about how smart Hollywood celebrities because we’re too busy focusing on their looks, but that doesn’t mean that Hollywood stars don’t have a high IQ. As a matter of fact, there are a lot of stars who’d surprise you, especially those who went to some of the most top-rated universities in the nation, or are members of Mensa. So, let’s see how the smartest celeb in Hollywood are!
Franco has a reported IQ score of 130, and that’s obvious given his love for higher education. In fact, while he reapplied to UCLA to finish his English major while filming “Spiderman 3.” He even got permission to take on 62 credits per term, which is three times more than the norm. So, took a bunch of college classes and filmed movies simultaneously? Clearly, Franco’s multi-tasking skills are impressive. James moved to the Big Apple for graduate school, and attended the New York University, Brooklyn College, and Columbia University at the same time! In 2010, he earned his Masters in Fine Arts from Columbia and moved on to work on his Ph.D. in English at Yale. In 2011, James started teaching a poetry class at NYU to a bunch of films students in order to share his knowledge with others.
Steve has made fun of his own intelligence. Then again, it’s what most smart comedians in Hollywood do. Lots of people assumed he was a member of Mensa, so Martin took to Twitter to debunk those rumors. But, his IQ score is at an estimated 142, so even though he’s not a member, we’re fairly certain that Mensa would open their arms and their hearts and welcome him if he showed that he was the least bit interested! After Martin graduated high school, he studied Philosophy at California State University before transferring to UCLA. By the time he was 21, he dropped out so he could pursue a career in stand-up comedy. Today, Martin’s acting and comedic talents are known all over. He’s also a bluegrass music supporter, which led to a Grammy win for Best Bluegrass Album in 2009. Since the late 60s, Steve has collected art. In fact, his collection was shown in 2001 at the Bellagio Gallery, which included art pieces from Edward Hopper, David Hockney, and Picasso.
Before appearing on the covers of Sports Illustrated and Vogue, and several other fashion magazines, Cindy Crawford had a different career goal in mind while she was in high school. In 1984, Crawford, who was majoring in chemical engineering, graduated valedictorian with an academic scholarship from Northwestern University! But what could have possibly side-tracked her career in chemicals? Blame a bunch of modeling gigs for that. While she was attending the university, Crawford’s modeling took off and she was on a roll. She had started modeling in high school, and only went to the university for one term. Eventually, she gained fame as part of the original five “supermodels,” but she’s still recognized for being one of the smartest models with an IQ of 154!
Beckinsale was pulling double duty by studying at Oxford University while working on her very first film role. The time was 1993, and she had just landed her first huge role in the film “Much Ado About Nothing,” with awesome co-stars like Emma Thompson, Denzel Washington, Kenneth Brannagh, and hottie, Keanu Reeves! She was also invited to the Cannes Film Festival for the movie premiere, which was an unusual extracurricular activity for this Oxford student! Beckinsale dedicated her studies to modern languages while in Oxford, and can speak German, Russian, and French quite fluently. But after her third year in Oxford, she quit, in order to focus on her acting career, and stop herself from burning out. We’re happy she picked acting, because she’s starred in some cool action and drama flicks.
With an IQ of 184, Woods is smart enough to be right up there with some of the most intelligent folks in human history. Ironically, Albert Einstein’s IQ score was only 160, while Galileo Galilei scored about 182, and Sir Isaac Newton had a 190 IQ score. Of course, these scientists combined their IQ with education, skill and hard work, because a high IQ score alone isn’t everything. Woods ultimately aced his SATs, like some of the world’s most renowned engineers and researchers, and earned a full scholarship to Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Woods majored in political science at MIT, and became part of the fraternity, Theta Delta Chi. But he was also a member of the student theater group, Dramashop. During his stint at MIT, he performed in 36 plays, which jump started his acting career. So, during his final year, he dropped out and headed to New York to pursue a full-time acting career. As he said waved goodbye to political science in the rear-view mirror, he waved hello to Hollywood!
Ke$ha has claimed that she wasn’t one of the popular girls in school when she grew up in Brentwood, outside of Nashville. She wore homemade purple velvet pants and dyed her hair purple, which was a shocking combo! Sadly, her classmates, whom Ke$ha referred to as the “Bible Belt,” weren’t cool with her eccentric look. But Ke$ha wouldn’t let that bother her because she had big plans that didn’t include Nashville. At 17, Ke$ha dropped out of high school and signed on with Dr. Luke’s record label, and that’s when her road to stardom began. But despite being a high-school dropout, Ke$ha had high SAT scores. Actually, she scored 1500, which was practically a perfect score. So had her music career not taken off, she would have certainly had her brains to fall back on with an IQ of 140, which is above the average limit of 115.
David Duchovny is famous for playing Agent Fox Mulder on “The X-Files,” as well as his other roles on shows like “Aquarius” and “Californication.” Duchovny went on to have a successful career in Hollywood after “The X-Files” aired in 1993. Recently, he revisited his FBI agent character when “The X-Files” returned in 2016 on FOX. But his handsome face isn’t the only thing that got him to where he is today. He’s smart too. Duchovny is a New Yorker, born and raised, and attended the private school, Grace Church, and all-boys prep in Manhattan, The Collegiate School. By 1982, Duchovny graduated with a BA in English Literature from Princeton University. But playing baseball and varsity basketball were his favorite past times. Then, Duchovny earned a Masters in English Literature from Yale and decided to work on “Magic and Technology in Contemporary Poetry and Prose,” which was his doctoral thesis. But he never finished it, which stopped him from getting his Ph.D. As to why he didn’t complete his thesis is an “X-Files” mystery.
While attending McAteer High School in San Francisco, Tyler started showing interest in comedy. Fortunately, the school had the McAteer School of Arts program, which allowed her to take theater and improv classes. After high school, Tyler went to Dartmouth College and earned a degree in environmental policy. While at Dartmouth, she co-founded a women’s a capella group called the “Dartmouth Rockapellas.” She’s also a member of a co-ed fraternity called “The Tabard.” After college, Tyler went to work for an advertising firm in San Francisco before touring across America to pursue her comedy career. In 2001, Tyler’s TV career took off when she hosted “Talk Soup,” and the dating show, “The Fifth Wheel.” Eventually, she moved on to work on shows like “24,” “CSI,” “Friends,” and MADtv.” But with an IQ score of 156, it’s easy to see how Aisha managed to achieve such a successful career.
He’s best known for his role in “Rocky IV,” where he played the intimidating 6’5 Soviet boxer Drago. But this guy has brains and brawns too. He got straight A’s all through high school, which proved he was plenty smarts. Then he attended Washington State and Clemson University in the U.S. He eventually graduated Washington State University with a chemistry degree before serving a year in the Swedish Marine Corps in his home country, which was mandatory. Aside from books, Lundgren took time the time to study the art of karate. Eventually, he became the captain of the Swedish Kyokushin Karate Team, and won several tournaments too. Lundgren also earned a chemical engineering master’s degree, which got him a Fullbright Scholarship in 1983 to MIT. But before he got the chance to head to Boston, he was offered the chance to be Grace Jones bodyguard, and he took the job. The two fell in love and Lundgren moved to the Big Apple, which eventually gave him the opportunity to break into show business and become a star.
The talk show host is from Brookline, Massachusetts and was extremely dedicated to getting a good education. During his senior year at Brookline High, he won a writing contest from the National Council of Teachers of English. He was also his valedictorian of his class. “I was always a very hard-working student and wanted to go to a good school and worked really hard to go to a good school,” said O’Brien as he looked back at his high years. That attitude got him into Harvard! Before becoming part of the entertainment industry, O’Brien went to Harvard to study literature and history. He was also President of the Harvard Lampoon, which was a humor magazine. By 1985, he graduated from Harvard with a B.A. in American History and Literature magna cum laude. Since then he’s been a hit in Hollywood working on “The Simpsons,” “Saturday Night Live,” and eventually becoming the host of “The Late Show.”
Although Gould was born in New York City, he ended up in California, because his dad was in the military. This got him started in acting at three when he appeared in commercials. His intelligence undoubtedly landed him better roles, like a few television and movies appearances. Of course, he’s best known for playing Luke Dunphy, a kid who isn’t exactly very bright, on all nine seasons of the hit ABC comedy, “Modern Family.” Although Gould plays a not so smart character on TV, the actor himself is pretty smart. Despite his busy filming schedule, he found a way to skip several grades and graduate high school by the time he was 13. He also loves music, and that includes playing the mandolin and the double bass. And Mensa International welcomed him and his IQ of 150 with open arms.
It’s hard to believe that Tommy Lee Jones claims he never took an acting class ever. But regardless of whether he did or not, his early education began at the St. Mark’s School of Texas in Dallas, a prestigious boy’s prep school thanks to a scholarship. Fortunately, his preppy education paid off because after graduating from St. Mark’s School of Texas, Jones went on to study at one of the most expensive and most refined universities, Harvard University. Jones played varsity football in 1968 as an offensive guard for Harvard. He was so good that his team was undefeated that year. Jones eventually graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in English in 1969. From there his Hollywood film career took off, and he enjoyed roles in films like “Batman,” “The Fugitive,” “Men in Black,” and “No Country For Old Men.”
Even at a young age, Alicia Keys showed an interest in music. At age seven, she began playing the piano. By the time she was 14, she had written her first song. But by the time she was 12, she was accepted in the Professional Performance Arts School of Manhattan (PPASM), she majored in choir. But Keys was as intellectually gifted as she was musically gifted. After graduating from PPASM at 16, she became her graduation class’ valedictorian. After she graduated, she applied and was accepted by Columbia University with a full scholarship. But after just four weeks of attending, she dropped out, opting to focus on her music career instead. Since then, record labels sought her talent out, until she picked Arista Records in 1998. Since then, Keys has sold over 35 million albums worldwide and won fifteen Grammy Awards too.
Portman spent most of her summers attending the Usdan Camp for the Arts and Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts Camp, all of which are highly expensive but well respected. But it was her experiences at Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts Camp that got Portman interested in acting. But, she was also interested in languages. In fact, she can speak English and Hebrew fluently, as well as some Japanese, Spanish, German, and French. If it ever came down to her career and education, this is what Portman has said, “I don’t care if [college] ruins my career” and “I’d rather be smart than a movie star.” She proved that by skipping out on the premiere of “Star Wars: The Phantom Menace,” which she starred in as Padme Amidala, so she could study for her finals at Syosset High School. Her dedication to education paid off as she graduated in 2003 from Harvard with a degree in Psychology. Portman obviously deserves a hand for her dedication to higher learning and a successful career as a Hollywood actress.
Atkinson is well known for playing Mr. Bean, a loveable, but often ridiculous character. The troubles Mr. Bean gets into can be mind-blowing, but oh-so-entertaining all at the same time. But Atkinson is nowhere near as dumb as his character is. In fact, he didn’t always consider a career in TV and movies. He actually went to the university to become an electrical engineer. Now that’s so mind-boggling! Atkinson earned a degree in electrical engineering at New Castle University. He then went to The Queen’s College, Oxford where he earned a Master of Science degree in electrical engineering in 1975. Given that’s he’s an Oxford graduate and has an IQ of 178, Atkinson may be one of the smartest celebs on this list.
When you her Kudrow’s name or see her face, you automatically think of the ditsy characters she’s played on television. Not only did she play a dumb blonde on “Mad About You,” but she also went on to play a similar role on “Friends,” as Phoebe. But given that Kudrow has an IQ score of 160, and worked in a lab as a scientist doing medical research. She’s obviously nothing remotely like her characters. Not only did Kudrow earn a Bachelor of Science in Biology at Vassar College, but she ended up working with her dad for eight years, doing research on headaches, which earned her credits. It was actually a friend of her brothers named Jon Lovitz, who got her to quit her job as a researcher in order to try her hand at acting. We’re grateful that her switcheroo paid, but we’re awestruck by Kudrow’s scientific background.
Kutcher has done everything from restaurant owning to venture capital, and even modeling before acting. He’s also had a few hiccups like that time when got arrested during his final year in high school after he broke into his school with his cousin to steal some petty cash. His stealing adventure had ultimately cost him his high school girlfriend and a couple of scholarships along the way too. Eventually, he turned his life around and enrolled at the University of Iowa. He decided to major in biochemical engineering, in the slim hope that he could find a cure for a heart condition that his fraternal twin brother was suffering from. Kutcher worked the summers at General Mills cereal plant in Cedar Rapids, his hometown. It was the only way he knew how to earn tuition money. He also allegedly sold his blood for a little extra cash while attending the University of Iowa. Then, a modeling scout approached Kutcher while he was attending college. After winning in the “Fresh Faces of Iowa,” Kutcher decided to drop out of college to move to New York and pursue modeling. Shortly after that, he dipped his toes as a venture capitalist and was involved in startup company like Airbnb, Path, Foursquare, and Skype. He is also a co-founder of the A-Grade Investments venture capital firm. He was also hired as a product engineer for Lenovo, and served as Creative Director of a consumer communication product that utilizes VOIP Technology.
Despite having Australian parents, Kidman was actually born in Honolulu, Hawaii. Her parents were there on an educational visa. Her dad was an author, clinical psychologist, and a biochemist, while her mom was a nursing instructor. Naturally, Kidman, with an IQ of 132, attended Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne, the Phillip Street Theatre in Sydney, and the Australian Theatre for Young People, she honed her drama, performing, and mime skills. Kidman continues to learn. She preps for different roles by learning new skills, like for her role in “Paddington,” where she taught herself to throw knives. As a pianist, Kidman was prepared for her role in “Cold Mountain.” In her spare time, she likes writing short stories, which she hopes to publish someday. But for her role in “Australia,” Kidman learned how to castrate bulls. Fortunately, by this point, Tom Cruise had divorced her, and never saw his ex try this skill on him.
Schwarzenegger was born into a poor Austrian family. In fact, he recalls that the most exciting memory he has from his childhood involved the first time his family could afford to buy a refrigerator. Eventually, he fell in love with bodybuilding and physical fitness at a young age. He also dreamt of living in the United States. As a teen, he figured that bodybuilding could help him achieve his goal, and it worked. By the time he was 21, he moved to the United States, even though he knew very little English. Fortunately, his muscles helped him started a new life that led him to live the American dream. Schwarzenegger attended the Santa Monica College in California where he learned English. Then he earned a BA in International Marketing of Fitness and Business Administration at the University of Wisconsin-Superior. Now, he’s known globally for his acting and bodybuilding. But he’s also an accomplished business entrepreneur. In 1968, he started a bricklaying business with a fellow bodybuilder before moving on to investing in shopping malls, retail, and real estate. Aside from acting, he also became the Governor of California using his wits, dedication, and charisma, to achieve the American Dream.
The Colombian singer might be famous for her singing and for moving her seductive hips on stage and in music videos, but she’s got brains and beauty too. With an IQ of 140, Mensa had dubbed her a certified genius. When she took an “Introduction to Western Civilization” at UCLA, her professor was stunned to discover that he had a famous singer in his midst. She even stuck around after class to discuss the course with him and he was flabbergasted by her intelligence. Clearly, Shakira proved that she had it all, especially after being named the 20th in FHM Magazine’s 100 Sexiest Women in the World in 2006. She’s also known for having a perfect voice pitch. She can recognize a note just by listening to it and can sing a note without even listening to it too. Aside from selling more than a hundred million records around the world, she’s won plenty of awards, like 8 Latin Grammy Awards, and two Grammy Awards.
It’s hard to believe that Matt Damon went to Harvard University to study English. He also attended a playwriting class, which led to creating a rough draft of “Good Will Hunting.” Eventually, he finished and polished the draft with his best friend, and fellow actor, Ben Affleck. The movie won Damon an Academy Award, so he dropped out of Harvard and started acting. But Harvard was so impressed, they gave him a Harvard Arts Medal, which recognizes demonstrated achievement and excellence in the arts by a faculty member or a Harvard Radcliffe alumni. Damon’s IQ is said to be at 160, making him just as smart or smarter than a certified genius. But he’s quite dedicated to his acting career and goes to any lengths for a role. In 1996, Damon proved that by losing 40 pounds for his role in “Courage Under Fire,” where he played a Gulf War veteran. In 1998, Damon was chosen by People Magazine to be one of the “50 Most Beautiful People In The World”.
Tarantino proved that being a high school dropout doesn’t make you dumb. He just didn’t enjoy his early education experience. But he did like history class cause they made him reminisce about major movies. But with an IQ of 160, this high school dropout went on to win some awards for films like “Kill Bill,” and “Pulp Fiction,” as well as action movies with historical significance such as “Inglorious Basterds” and “Django Unchained!” One of the fun things about Tarantino’s movies is that there’s always a scene where three or more characters point guns at each other simultaneously. As far as the future goes, Tarantino would really like to direct a James Bond movie someday, and we’d love to see how he manages to make that work, especially given how most of his movies are known for their strange twists, intense lines, and action sequences. As of September 2016, his films have made him a whopping $1.475 billion worldwide.
Aside from the fact that her name is really Alicia, she’s also pretty smart too. She actually taught herself how to read when she was 3. The actress who has appeared in “Panic Room,” “Elysium,” and “Silence of the Lambs” is critically acclaimed. After graduating from Lycee Francais in Los Angeles, where she juggled an active career and study load, she also studied upper level French at Yale University, so there’s no doubt in our minds that her 132 IQ score is legit. Jodie also earned a BA in Literature from Yale and was even given the Cecil B. Demille honorary Golden Globe Award for “outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment.” In 1993, she went to Yale and gave the Class Day speech. In 1997, she got an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree from Yale. In 1995, she was chosen as number 45 of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history by Empire Magazine.
The American film, actress, producer, writer, and fashion model, is also quite fluent in Swedish. She actually learned it when she went to Sweden as part of a student exchange program when she was younger. Then she studied drama at Boston University. She also plays musical instruments like the flute, the piano, the organ, and the drums. She eventually earned an Honors Degree in Chemical Engineering at Leeds University, and has an IQ of 158. Despite her high IQ, Davis worked some odd jobs too before launching her acting career. In August 1999, she was a semi-finalist for the Olympic Archery Team. After she graduated from Boston University, she worked in one of the oddest jobs ever, as a window mannequin. Today, she’s best known for her film roles in “Thelma and Louise, “A League Of Their Own,” and “A Long Kiss Goodnight.” And while she was only nominated for an Academy Award, she did win a Golden Globe.
Anything above 139 is considered a genius, which is why Mensa International put Madonna on their recognition list for her IQ of 140. The former high school cheerleader from Rochester, Michigan graduated in 1976, and she was a good student. She earned a scholarship that allowed her to pursue dancing at the University of Michigan. In 1978, she dropped out and moved to New York City to study dancing. She also worked at Dunkin Donuts to get by until she became famous. Thankfully, that was temporary and things took off in a huge way! Today, Madonna is the “Queen of Pop,” which is well earned given that as of 2001, she sold over 153 million albums around the world, ranked #8 on VH1-s 100 Greatest Women of Rock N Roll, and was named one of People Magazine’s 50 Most Beautiful People in 1991. She was later named one of the 25 Most Intriguing People of 2001 by the magazine too. Today, she’s not only a bestselling hit, but a philanthropist and smart businesswoman.
Hawkin suffers from ALS, and is fully paralyzed, but that hasn’t stopped him from being a well-renowned scientist. Using his IQ of 160, he continues to do research. Oxford University even gave him an honorary BA degree, which was followed by Cambridge’s Ph.D. in 1962. Then, in 1982, both Notre Dame and New York University gave him a Ph.D. too. Over the years, he’s been given several honorary degrees and is a member of the US National Academy of Sciences and a Fellow of The Royal Society. Hawkin also holds the same position as Cambridge University’s Lucasian professor of mathematics, which was held by Sir Isaac Newton. Also, as a “Star Trek” fan, he got the chance to play himself on several TV shows to promote his genius and have fun. Hawking has proven to be a major celebrity scientist. His electronic voice was even used in Pink Floyd’s song “Keep Talking.”
The baseball hall-of-famer who has been dubbed “Mr. October” has hit 563 home runs. When he was 6, his parents broke up, and he stayed with his dad to help him with his dry-cleaning business, which was located below his family home. But even when he helped out his dad at work, Jackson continued playing high school football. After graduating, Jackson used his football scholarship to attend Arizona State University. The football workouts were quite intense, so Jackson would often work out with his fellow baseball team members. Unfortunately, some of his teammates had bet that Jackson wouldn’t make the cut, so he proved them wrong by arranging for a tryout that secured his sport among the team. With an IQ of 160, Jackson proved that intelligence and dedication conquers all.
When she was fifteen, Stone was accepted into Edinboro State University of Pennsylvania, while she was attending Saegertown High School. After attending college, she earned herself a degree in fine arts and creative writing. Her first big break came during “Total Recall.” Shortly after the film’s release, she was asked to pose nude for Playboy Magazine. This landed her the role in “Basic Instinct” as the iconic Catherine Tramell. Although her decision to pose for Playboy was controversial, it helped her to become successful. With an IQ of 148, Stone claims to be a member of Mensa. But she’s also pretty proud of coming in #24on Playboy Magazine’s “100 Sexiest Stars of the Century.” On Empire Magazine’s “100 Sexiest Stars in Film History,” she ranks #49. Aside from being fluent in Italian, she also earned the Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters from the French Government in 1995.
While enrolled at Vassar College for Opera, Meryl Streep took an interest in acting. It all started when at age 12, when she took singing lessons in hopes of achieving her dream of being an opera singer. Later, she considered going to law school, but when she missed her interview because she slept in, she assumed it was the universe telling her she wasn’t meant to be a lawyer. In 1971, she graduated from Vassar College and pursued a career in drama in the Yale School of Drama, where she earned a degree. Streep was nominated for nineteen times for an Academy Award, and that in itself is record-breaking, even if she only won three times for her roles in “The Iron Lady,” “Sophie’s Choice,” and Kramer vs. Kramer.” Entertainment Weekly also named her the 37th Greatest Movie Star Of All Time. But even with her IQ of 143, she earned an honorary Doctor of Arts degree from Middlebury College in 2004, while at her nephew’s graduation.
Some of you might know Jeong from “The Hangover,” where he played Mr. Chow. He’s always known as a comedic actor, but would you believe that he’s a licensed obstetrician? He went to Duke University to study pre/med. Then he went to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, to earn his MD. Now he’s the star of his own sitcom on ABC called “Dr. Ken,” which is loosely based on his personal experiences as a doctor before becoming an actor. Jeong was very involved in student council in high school, but ended up graduating at 16. Although his reported IQ is believed to be at around 130, it’s safe to say that he’s a whole lot smarter than any of his roles on film and television, well, except for the sitcom where he plays a doctor.
The late comedian had briefly taken an interest in political science before studying theater under John Houseman at Julliard School. Ironically, Houseman had told Williams that he was wasting his time at Julliard and should try his hand at stand-up comedy. Obviously, he was right! Williams became a hilarious movie star who brought his comedic talent to “Good Morning Vietnam,” Dead Poets Society,” “Aladdin,” “Good Will Hunting,” and “Hook!” Williams was voted “least likely to succeed” when he was in high school. As a kid, he was overweight and no one wanted to be around him. That’s when he started talking to himself to keep himself entertained, which helped his career down the line. Entertainment Weekly voted him the 50th Greatest Movie Star of All Time. But given how funny he was, and that he could speak French fluently, they should have raised that number to number 1.
Bialak went from playing the lead on NBC’s “Blossom” as a teenager, to playing a scientist on “The Big Bang Theory.” But in real life, she earned a BA, in Neuroscience, Jewish Studies, and Hebrew Studies. She chose to study at UCLA to stay close to her folks, and earned a PhD in Neuroscience studying OCD in teens with Prader-Wili Syndrome, proving she’s just as smart as her very popular “Big Bang Theory” character, Amy Farrah-Fowler. Bialak also plays the trumpet, the bass guitar, the piano, and the harp too. The star, who is completely vegan, released a book called “Beyond The Sling: A Real-Life Guide To Raising Confident, Loving Children the Attachment Parent Way.” Since her IQ ranges between 150 and 163, she’s in the 99th percentile of IQ geniuses.
Scott Levy, aka Raven to the world of professional wrestling, earned a criminal justice degree at the University of Delaware. But he took a semester off after enlisting in the United States Marine Corps Reserve. After graduating, he made his first debut in 1988 after training as a professional wrestler. He was known as one of the best “talkers” in wrestling, who undoubtedly used his intelligence and education to add literary references and philosophical musings when he talked. With a reported IQ of 143, the alleged member of Mensa, was also a member of the Theta Chi Fraternity. By 2011, he was starring in “Owata,” a music video by the Smashing Pumpkins. He’s also appeared on MTV and in wrestling related shows. But being the talented entertainer that he is, he also worked with Bob Levy’s World Order Comedy tour as a stand-up comic.
Asia Carrera has worked on 250 adult movies. But she’s talented in many fields, is highly educated and quite talented on the piano. Ever since she was little, Asia would play Bach on the piano at Carnegie Hall. At the age of 17, she run away from home and accepted a government grant that would allow her to study Japanese language and economics at New Jersey’s Rutgers University. Being homeless while studying, Asia began stripping to pay for her studies. She eventually made it to the porn industry where she was determined to make money and never be homeless again. Now those days are gone, as she has retired from porn. She spends most of her time online, managing her own website and interacting with fans. She also trades stocks on the stock exchange and is a member of Mensa. The curvy bombshell boasts an incredible IQ of 156.
The beautiful actress kickstarted her career with a little magic when she joined the Harry Potter franchise. She’s got a reported IQ of 138, with both of her parents being lawyers. The delightful Harry Potter Alumna has always been a scholar, even at a young age. When on the set of the young wizard franchise, it is reported that Emma and her cast members all had private tutors, and dedicated up to 5 hours a day to maintain their grades. Emma, as you can imagine, achieved straight A’s, and even three “A Levels” at school exams. Emma finished working on the movie franchise, “Harry Potter” and moved on to attend classes at Brown University in Rhode Island back in 2009. She got her bachelor’s degree in English Literature in May 2014, only five years later. But two months after graduating, the brilliant actress put her fame and education to good use and accepted a coveted position at the United Nations of Goodwill Ambassador for Women. She was a part of the HeForShe campaign that seeks to engage males in the battle of gender equality and opportunity for everyone. Emma is the epitome of beauty and brains!
Melania may have been called many names for wanting to marry Donald Trump, but despite being in quite a controversial relationship, the stunning beauty boasts quite a high IQ according to some of the professors at her university. She passed a hefty admissions test, which proves this is one first lady who has earned her title. The first lady attended the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia, in the country where she was born. She got a bachelor’s degree in design and architecture, but she never found the time to pursue a master’s degree due to her successful modeling career, which had her flying off to Paris and Milan quite often. The beauty left modeling behind to dip her toes in the business world and started her own jewelry line. But that’s not all. She actually speaks six languages!