Celebrity Facts And Interesting Trivia
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1,400 actresses were interviewed for the part of Scarlett O’Hara in Gone with the Wind.
5,542 Lebron James jerseys were sold daily in the first year they were offered.
50 Cent was arrested in high school for selling crack.
50 Cent was shot in 2000, with 9 bullets hitting his body and his face.
578 strands of Beethoven’s hair was once sold for $7,300.
7% of Americans believe that Elvis is still alive.
88-year-old Christopher Lee has his own metal album.
A child of foster homes, Marilyn Monroe first married at age 16 to gain her independence and save herself from going to an orphanage.
A childhood virus left Rob Lowe completely deaf in his right ear. No stereo for me he says, it is a mono world.
A G.I. Joe action figure was modeled to look like General Colin Powell.
A naked Ozzy Osbourne caught a burglar in his house, and wrestled him until he escaped by falling 30ft out of a window.
A three-year-old Elle Fanning played the younger version of her sister Dakota in the movie, Taken.
ABBA turned down $1 billion to reunite.
Abigail Breslin, Emma Roberts and Hailee Steinfeld were contenders for the part of Katniss Everdeen.
Abigail Breslin’s started her now very successful career with a spot on a Toys ‘R’ Us commercial at the age of 3.
Abraham Lincoln was the only president to be awarded a patent for a device to lift boats over shoals without discharging their cargos.
AC/DC came from a sewing machine label. They knew that it was about electricity but were unaware of the connotations.
Acclaimed director Werner Herzog rescued Joaquin Phoenix when he overturned his car.
According to legend, Benjamin Franklin started each day by taking an ‘air bath’ sitting naked for hours in an extremely cold room.
According to Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Beastie stands for Boys Entering Anarchistic Stages Towards Internal Excellence.
Actor Bela Lugosi was buried wearing his Dracula cape.
Actor James Woods had perfect SAT scores and has an IQ of 180.
Actor John Wayne made more than 200 movies.
Actor Mark Wahlberg has a third nipple.
Actor Richard Gere attended the University of Massachusetts on a scholarship for gymnastics.
Actor Val Kilmer grew up on Roy Rogers ranch.
Actress Cameron Diaz’s childhood nickname was Skeletor, as she has always been skinny.
Actress Demi Moore is totally blind in her left eye after undergoing an operation to correct a squint when she was a child.
Actress Mary Pickford, who was given the nickname ‘America’s Sweetheart,’ was actually Canadian.
Actress Sissy Spacek got so into the part of Carrie that she slept with fake pig’s blood all over her to ensure continuity.
Adam Sandler has a dog named ‘Matzoball’ that was in his wedding party.
Adam Sandler was considered for the role of Willy Wonka in ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’.
Adele, Leona Lewis and Jessie J all went to the same Brit school in Croydon, which is renowned for its performing arts.
Adult movie star, Ron Jeremy, has a master’s degree in Special Education.
Aegrotocatellus jaggeri is a prehistoric trilobite named after Mick Jagger.
Aerosmith’s Dude Looks Like a Lady was written about Vince Neil of Motley Crue.
After a fight, Vince Vaughn was banned from Wilmington, N.C. bars,ordered to undergo alcohol assessment and fined $250.
After a hip hop group called 3rd bass insulted MC Hammer in a song, MC Hammer put out a hit on them.
After biting off the ear of his competitor, Mike Tyson was quoted saying, ‘It will never happen again’.
After Drew Barrymore posed for Playboy in 1995, Steven Spielberg sent her a note that said cover yourself up.
After his first national television performance, ‘The New York Times’ said that ‘Mr. Presley has no singing ability’.
After his wife died, Rick Moranis quit acting to spend his time taking care of his kids.
After making Seven Years in Tibet, Brad Pitt was banned from China.
After one of Rod Stewart’s children was born, he buried the placenta in his garden.
After Ringo Starr walked out on the recordings of ‘Dear Prudence’ and ‘Back in the U.S.S.R.’ Paul McCartney played the drums.
Akon’s full name is Aliaune Damala Bouga Time Puru Nacka Lu Lu Lu Badara Akon Thiam.
Al Capone died in prison from syphillis – despite being the first sufferer to be treated with antibiotics.
Al Capone was so pleased with the 1932 film Scarface that he gave director Howard Hawks a miniature machine gun as a thank-you present.
Al Pacino was once arrested for carrying a concealed weapon.
Albert Einstein didn’t know how to drive.
Albert Einstien never wore any socks.
Alec Baldwin has hosted SNL more than any other host.
Alex Rodriguez is the highest paid MLB player exclusive of endorsements with a salary of $25.2 million.
Alexander Graham Bell invented the metal detector in order to find an assassin’s bullet in President James Garfield’s body.
Alexander SkarsgÃ¥rd did his conscript military service at the Berga Naval Academies as a sergeant with the SakJakt-unit of the Swedish Navy.
Alexander SkarsgÃƒ¥rd was voted the hottest man in Sweden five times.
Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar were both epileptic.
Alexis Bledel’s real name is Kimberly.
Alfred Hitchcock didnt have a belly button.
Alfred Hitchcock directed his first film, Number 13, at age 23.
Alice Cooper’s original School’s Out had a pair of paper panties covering the record. It was banned.
Alice Walton, daughter of Walmart founder, is the world’s wealthiest woman, with a net worth of $29.8 billion.
All live events on TV are shown with a delay after Janet Jackson flashed one of her breasts during the 2004 Super Bowl.
All of David Letterman’s suits are custom made – there are no creases in his suit trousers.
All Pink Floyd’s founding members met while studying architecture at college in London in 1964.
Although Clint Eastwood smokes in his movies, he is a lifelong non-smoker offscreen.
Although Steve Martin often plays the role of a father in movies, he has no children of his own.
Amanda Seyfried began modeling at the age of 11.
Amelia Earhart was a founder of the Ninety-Nines, a group for the advancement of women pilots.
Amelia Earhart was the first person to make a solo flight from Hawaii to the mainland.
American Beauty star Thora Birch’s mom acted in 21 adult films including Deep Throat under the name Carol Connors before retiring in 1993.
American blogger and television personality, Perez Hilton was originally born as Mario Armado Lavandeira Jr.
American Idol winner Phillip Phillips successfully underwent kidney surgery Wednesday and will be ready for the Idol tour in July.
Amy Adams was born in Italy and raised in Castle Rock, Colorado.
Amy Adams worked in a Hooters Restaurant until soon after she turned 18, when they started making her wear the customary outfits.