Here Are The Celebs With The Highest IQ

By molly atherton 4 months ago
Step aside, Hollywood glam and red carpet dazzle, because we're about to dive deep into the dazzling world of intellect and brainpower! In a realm where brilliance meets fame, we're spilling the tea on the A-listers who not only light up the silver screen but also possess a mind so sharp it could cut through the glitz of Tinseltown. Forget the stereotypes of celebrities as just pretty faces – these stars are here to prove that brains and beauty go hand in hand.

1. Ashton Kutcher - 160 IQ

The actor once said: "The sexiest thing in the entire world is being really smart." With scholarships to attend Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Ashton was set to be a very successful student. Unfortunately he was convicted of 3rd degree burglary and sentenced to 180 hours of community service and 3 years probation which meant he wasn't able to attend the school he wanted.Original content sourced from Imageimagesource/twitterBut as they say, every cloud has a silver lining. Ashton Kutcher pivoted from the academic road less traveled and embarked on a journey through the unpredictable landscape of showbiz. Little did he know that the setbacks that closed one door would swing open another.

2. Lisa Kudrow - 154 IQ

It's a little ironic that the ditzy, 'blonde', Phoebe Buffay, was played by Lisa Kudrow, who could not be more opposite to the character. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Vassar College, intending to become an expert in headaches like her father.Jennifer Aniston e Lisa Kudrow fazem revelações sobre episódio especial de 'Friends'imagesource/jornalsolFrom biology textbooks to comedic scripts, Kudrow seamlessly transitioned from the world of science to the laughter-inducing universe of Central Perk. So, the next time you find yourself chuckling at Phoebe's whimsical antics, remember that the woman behind the blonde hair and quirky one-liners is a bona fide scholar.

3. Cindy Crawford - 154 IQ

Proving you can have it all, the brains AND the beauty, Cindy Crawford is known to have an IQ of 154. She graduated from DeKalb High School in 1984 as valedictorian, then after high school, she studied Chemical Engineering on scholarship at Northwestern University, before pursuing her very successful career in modelling.Imageimagesource/twitterCindy Crawford's rise to stardom not only graced the covers of prestigious fashion magazines but also defied the notion that intellect and beauty are mutually exclusive. Her story is a testament to the idea that women can conquer diverse fields, breaking through barriers and challenging societal expectations.

4. Colin Firth - 153 IQ

Considering how smart British actor, Colin Firth is, he once said in an interview: “I didn’t like school. I just thought it was boring and mediocre and nothing they taught me seemed to be of any interest at all.” He has been credited as one of four co-authors of a 2011 academic paper into human brains, which was published in the journal Current Biology.Imageimagesource/twitterIn a surprising twist, he emerged as one of the co-authors of a 2011 academic paper delving into the intricacies of the human brain. The paper, published in the prestigious journal Current Biology, showcased a side of Firth that extended beyond the memorized lines of a script to the complex world of neuroscience.

5. Jordana Brewster - 130 IQ

Jordana said to People, “When you have to play a little bit dumb or innocent, that can be challenging. I love Tina Fey because she does both.” Panamanian-American actress and model, Jordana Brewster graduated from Yale in 2003 with a B.A in English.Jordana Brewster - Rotten Tomatoesimagesource/rottentomatoesHowever, the intrigue doesn't stop at her on-screen prowess. Jordana Brewster is not just a captivating face in front of the camera; she's a woman of intellect who, in 2003, walked away from the hallowed halls of Yale University with a B.A. in English.

6. Hilary Clinton - 140 IQ

74-year-old ex-first lady, Hilary Clinton is one of the more obvious celebs on this list, with an IQ of 140, she attended Wllesley College before going on to Yale University. She met future husband and ex-POTUS there before graduating with a degree in Children and Medicine.Hillary Clinton roasted for 'The View' spot, Trump commentsimagesource/thenewyorkpostIt's intriguing to note that Hillary Clinton graduated from Yale with a degree in Children and Medicine, showcasing her early commitment to issues affecting the well-being of the nation's youth. This academic focus underscores her dedication to making a positive impact on society.

7. Matt Damon - 160 IQ

In 2013, actor Matt Damon was awarded the Harvard Arts Meda - he attended the University before going on to pursue his dreams in acting. Matt was nominated for six Emmy Awards and two British Academy Film Awards and received an Academy Award for his screenplay of Good Will Hunting - in which he wrote the script for as part of a project for his English class.Imageimagesource/twitterIn 2013, Harvard University, one of the most prestigious institutions globally, bestowed upon Damon the Harvard Arts Medal, recognizing his outstanding contributions to the arts. This honor reflects not only his prowess as an actor but also his broader impact on the cultural landscape.

8. Mayim Bialik - 150 IQ

Ever watched Big Bang Theory? Well, if you were wondering if the characters were actually that smart in real life, Bialik actually is, she's a big of a genius! She holds a PhD in Neuroscience from UCLA where her dissertation was an investigation of hypothalamic activity in patients with Prader-Willi syndrome.The Big Bang Theory: Mayim Bialik moderiert kurzfristig Jeopardy!imagesource/serienjunkiesIt's not every day that you encounter an actress with both thespian and scientific prowess, but Bialik seamlessly combines the two. Her journey from the laboratories of UCLA to the soundstages of a hit sitcom exemplifies the multidimensional nature of her talents.

9. David Duchovny - 147 IQ

David earned an A.B in English literature from Princeton University and an M.A in English literature from Yale University before going on the publish not one, not two but three books - Miss Subways, Bucky F**king Dent, and Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale.How David Duchovny Became an Accomplished Novelist - WSJimagesource/wsjFrom Ivy League classrooms to the world of published literature, Duchovny's journey exemplifies the intersection of academic rigor and artistic expression. The next time you enjoy one of his books or revisit an episode of "The X-Files," remember that behind the enigmatic Mulder is a man of letters.

10. Steve Martin - 142 IQ

Actor and comedian Steve Martin ranked at 6th place in the list of 100 greatest stand up comics. A lot of people who are quick witted often tend to be smart. A number of studies have in fact found an association between humor and an even higher IQ.Steve Martin Reacts to Selena Gomez' Emmy Snub: 'We're Dismayed'imagesource/USweeklyWhile a good sense of humor doesn't necessarily equate to genius, studies have indicated that there is a positive correlation between the two. Quick-witted individuals, like Steve Martin, navigate the intricacies of language and social dynamics, showcasing a mental agility that extends beyond comedy.

11. Conan O'Brien - 160 IQ

After graduating from high school as valedictorian in 1981, O'Brien won the National Council of Teacher of writing contest. After High School, he went to Harvard, where he graduated magna cun laude in History & Literature. With an IQ of 160, he's a smart man!Conan O'Brien | Biography, TV Shows, & Facts | Britannicaimagesource/encyclopediabritannicaO'Brien's intelligence is evident not just in his comedic timing but also in his ability to engage with a wide range of topics, including history and literature. The sharp wit and humor that characterize his work are undoubtedly informed by a keen understanding of language and culture.

12. Edward Norton - 134 IQ

Edward attended Yale College, where he earned a BA in History as well as working as an analyst for an entrepreneurial non profit. The American actor went on to receive an Academy Awards nomination for Best Actor for his performance in American History X.Imageimagesource/twitterThe convergence of Norton's academic pursuits and his success in the film industry highlights the multidimensional nature of his talents. Whether he's delving into history books or bringing characters to life on the big screen, Edward Norton exemplifies the intersection of intellect and creativity.

13. Emma Watson - 138 IQ

British actress Emma Watson, rose to fame with her first acting role as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter film series. After the 8th movie ended filming, Emma enrolled at Brown University and graduated with a bachelor's degree in English literature.Imageimagesource/twitterWatson's post-"Harry Potter" career has been marked not only by her acting roles but also by her activism. She has been a vocal advocate for gender equality and women's rights, further showcasing her dedication to using her platform for meaningful causes.

14. James Franco - 130 IQ

James Franco, like many other actors, dropped out of school in his first year at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) to pursue a career as an actor in Hollywood. And thank god he did! With an estimated IQ of 130, Franco could have gone down a very different career path.Imageimagesource/twitterFranco's decision to prioritize his passion for acting over formal education doesn't diminish his intellectual capabilities. An estimated IQ of 130 places him well above the average, highlighting his cognitive abilities and creative prowess. Intelligence can manifest in various ways!

15. Meryl Streep - 143 IQ

After studying drama at Yale University, where she earned a master of fine arts degree in 1975, Meryl Streep then went on to pursue her acting career in both New York and Los Angeles. She went on to get nominated for 21 Academy Awards - and winning three of them.Imageimagesource/twitterHer ability to immerse herself in a wide range of characters across genres has garnered universal acclaim. The intersection of academic training and artistic excellence in Meryl Streep's story underscores the importance of a well-rounded education in the pursuit of a career in the arts.

16. Masi Oka - 187 IQ

American actor, Masi rose to stardom after starring in NBCs Heroes as Hiro Nakamura. In the late 90s, he graduated from Brown University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and Mathematics. And in 1992, during the summer olympics, Masi worked as a Spanish, English and Japanese translator.Imageimagesource/twitterMasi Oka's diverse skill set, encompassing both the arts and sciences, adds a layer of richness to his professional journey. His trajectory from academia to acting, coupled with his multilingual capabilities, paints a picture of a person with a broad range of talents and interests.

17. Alicia Keys - 154 IQ

Growing up in Hell's Kitchen, New York, with her mother in a one bedroom apartment, didn't stop Keys from going on to great things, achieving worldwide stardom. She began composing songs at the age of 12, before enrolling in the Professional Performing Arts School.Imageimagesource/twitterHer upbringing in a vibrant yet challenging neighborhood and her early exposure to the arts and music contributed to the authenticity and depth of Keys' work. From her debut album "Songs in A Minor" to her subsequent chart-topping hits, Keys' music resonates with a raw emotion

18. Jodie Foster - 132 IQ

Foster has received three Cecil B. DeMille Award, two Golden Globe Awards, three British Academy Film Awards, and two Academy Awards as well as graduating from Yale university with a bachelor's in Literature. As well as studying to be a Doctor of Fine Arts.Imageimagesource/twitterFoster's ability to balance a successful acting career with a commitment to academic and intellectual growth exemplifies the multifaceted nature of her talents. Whether she's gracing the screen with her performances or delving into the world of academia.

19. Ken Jeong - 130 IQ

American stand-up comedian, Jeong, obtained his M.D at the UNC School of Medicine in 1995. Ken Jeong completed his residency in internal medicine at the Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans, Louisiana, before going on to excel in his budding comedy career.Ken Jeong, From Medicine to Laughter - WSJimagesource/wallstreetjournalJeong's decision to pursue a career in comedy came after successfully juggling his medical career and passion for performing. He made a significant leap from the medical world to the comedy stage, eventually gaining widespread recognition for his roles in films and television.

20. Brian May - 170 IQ

May attended Hampton Grammar School where he attained ten GCE Ordinary Levels and three GCE Advanced Levels in Maths, Applied Maths and Physics. In 2007, he was awarded a PHD in Astrophysics from Imperial College London, proving that you're never too old to go back into education.Imageimagesource/May returned to academia later in life. In 2007, he earned a Ph.D. in Astrophysics from Imperial College London, proving that one is never too old to pursue higher education and intellectual passions. His doctoral thesis focused on the subject of interplanetary dust within the solar system.

21. Geena Davis - 140 IQ

American actress and activist, Geena Davis, graduated with a bachelor's degree in drama from Boston University in 1979. She went on to receive an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in The Accidental Tourist. Not just a pretty face, is she!Geena Davis: 'As soon as I hit 40, I fell off the cliff. I really did' | Geena Davis | The Guardianimagesource/theguardian
Davis's commitment to both her craft and social causes showcases the depth of her character and the influence she wields in using her platform for positive change. So, indeed, Geena Davis is not just a pretty face; she's a force to be reckoned with both on and off the screen.

22. Tommy Lee Jones - 135 IQ

Tommy Lee Jones isn't just an actor, he's quite the clever man too. Back in 1969, Tommy graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in English from Harvard College. After college, he went on to win numerous awards from acting and in 1993, he won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the Fugitive.Imageimagesource/twitterJones's ability to seamlessly navigate between the worlds of academia and entertainment underscores the depth and versatility of his talents. Whether delving into the complexities of literature or bringing characters to life on screen, he has left an indelible mark on both realms.

23. Quentin Taratino - 160 IQ

Quentin has previously stated that he has never been tested for his IQ - at the age of 15, the American filmmaker dropped out of Narbonne High School in Harbour City, LA after being caught shoplifting. He went on to attended Torrance Community Theater, where he participated in plays.Imageimagesource/twitterWhile Tarantino has never been formally tested for his IQ, his impact on the film industry is undeniable. His films, characterized by sharp dialogue, nonlinear storytelling, and an eclectic mix of genres, have earned him critical acclaim and a devoted fan base

24. Dolph Lundgren - 160 IQ

Doplh Lundgren received a degree in chemical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology before going on to earn a master's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Sydney. After quitting education, he went on to pursue acting.Dolph Lundgren: 'In showbusiness, you kind of live for ever' | Action and adventure films | The Guardianimagesource/theguardianDespite his success in the academic world, Lundgren chose to shift gears and pursue a career in acting. He rose to fame with roles in action films, becoming synonymous with the tough, physically demanding characters he portrayed on screen, but under the facade he's actually a brain box,

25. James Woods - 157 IQ

Woods has previously said he has an IQ of 180, but scored 1579 on SAT which puts his IQ at 157. He dropped out of MIT in 1969, one semester before graduating to pursue his career in acting. If James hadn't have made it in Hollywood, he would have been pursuing a career as an eye surgeon.James Woods, 74, appears to be engaged to 32-year-old girlfriendimagesource/pagesixHis academic pursuits took him to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where he pursued a degree. However, he chose to leave MIT just one semester before graduating in 1969 to embark on a career in acting. Had Hollywood not embraced him, Woods had other ambitions in the realm of science and medicine.

26. Nicole Kidman - 132 IQ

Poise, charm and eloquence are characteristics often associated with smart people, so it comes as no surprise that Nicole Kidman's IQ is 132. With a clinical psychologist and biologist father and nursing instructor mother, she was destined to be a smart cookie!Imageimagesource/twitterKidman's success in the film industry, marked by her numerous awards and accolades, showcases not only her acting abilities but also her intelligence and adaptability as an artist. Her ability to portray a wide range of characters in various genres is a testament to her versatility.

27. Sharon Stone - 154 IQ

Popular actress Sharon Stone is reported to have an IQ of around 154, making her academically gifted. As a child she entered second grade when she was just five years old and was always ahead of her years when it came to academics and studying.Sharon Stone on Stopping an Armed Supermarket Robbery and Fighting for Her Iconic Rolesimagesource/instyleStone's early academic achievements, such as entering second grade at the age of five, suggest a high level of cognitive abilities and academic aptitude. Stone's career in acting has been marked by her captivating performances and versatility in portraying a wide range of characters.

28. Kesha - 140 IQ

Singer Kesha, attained near-perfect scores of her SATs, before later going on to get accepted to Barnard College. Although she started college, she dropped out after 3 months to pursue her career in music. She's the perfect example of how you can have beauty and brains.Kesha | YOUniversityTVimagesource/YOUniversityTVKesha's story exemplifies that one can possess both intellectual prowess and artistic talent. The music industry, like many creative fields, often values a combination of creativity, passion, and a unique voice as much as traditional academic achievements.

29. Arnold Schwarzenegger - 132 IQ

Nicknamed "The Austrian Oak", Schwarzenegger is reported to have an IQ of 132. However, in school he was classed as 'academically average'. His good humor and exuberant character made him the person he is today with everything he has achieved on and off the screen.1976 Rolling Stone Magazine Interview with Arnold Schwarzenegger - Physical Culture Studyimagesource/physicalculturalstudyHis accomplishments in bodybuilding, acting, and politics demonstrate the importance of determination, resilience, and a strong work ethic in various fields. Schwarzenegger's impact extends beyond his achievements in the entertainment industry and politics.

30. Natalie Portman - 140 IQ

Actress Natalie Portman graduated from Harvard University with an A.B in Psychology. She can also speak German, French, Spanish, Hebrew and English and in the 90s, she was a semi finalist in the Intel Science Talent Search - a program of the Society of Science and the Public.Smart Celebrities: 10 Surprising Star IQs - Page 4 of 10 - Fame Focusimagesource/quoraAnd, Portman's involvement in the Intel Science Talent Search as a semi-finalist in the 1990s highlights her early interest in scientific exploration and research. This prestigious program, organized by the Society for Science & the Public, recognizes and encourages young scientists.

31. Elon Musk - 165 IQ

If you're the richest guy in the world, you need a serious noggin to have got you there - unless you're just damn lucky. But Elon Musk, worth billions of course, is also worth a whopping 165 on the IQ scale - which makes perfect sense. Not too shabby.Image Source / Wired UKThe reported figure of 165 on the IQ scale is frequently mentioned in discussions about Musk's intellectual capabilities, but its accuracy remains unverified. Regardless of the specific IQ score, there's no denying Musk's remarkable achievements in the business world.

32. Mark Zuckerberg - 152 IQ

Another business magnate, Zuckerberg - the brain behind Facebook - also has a high IQ score reflected through his ability to achieve great social media things. He's coming up top at an IQ score of 152 points. He's also one of those who just looks like he's clever, let's be honest.Image Source / Vanity FairBeyond his business success, Zuckerberg has been involved in various philanthropic endeavors. He, along with his wife Priscilla Chan, has committed significant resources to initiatives focused on education, healthcare, and other social issues through the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.

33. Stephen Hawking - 169 IQ

If anyone is appearing on this list, it has to be Stephen Hawking, with one of the most legendary minds. Stephen Hawking has an IQ of 169 points, though this is an estimated IQ score as it turns out Hawking may never have taken an official IQ test - we imagine too busy with being a genius to take one.Image Source / WikipediaHawking's work on black holes, the nature of the universe, and his best-selling book "A Brief History of Time" have solidified his place as one of the most brilliant minds. Despite facing the challenges of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) from an early age, Hawking continued to push the boundaries of theoretical physics.

34. Oprah Winfrey - 141 IQ

The legendary talk show host Oprah Winfrey has always spoken with evident intelligence, and the multi-talented woman is also a TV producer, actress and author. The talk show powerhouse's IQ comes in at 141 points. Oprah Winfrey's impact on the media and entertainment industry is immense.Image Source / Biography (Bio.)Beyond her talk show, Winfrey has excelled as a TV producer, actress, and author, showcasing her versatility and depth of talent. Winfrey's achievements extend to her philanthropic efforts and advocacy work. She has used her platform to address important social issues and promote positive change.

35. Tyra Banks - 122 IQ

The 48-year-old is a legend in modelling and her career has seen her be a television personality, writer, actress, producer as well as a model. Her intelligence score is also as impressive as her career accolades, too, as she's bringing in an IQ score of 122.Image Source / POPSUGAR UKTyra Banks' achievements showcase her versatility and success across various domains in the entertainment industry. Her impact extends beyond modeling, and she has been influential in shaping the careers of aspiring models through her television show.

36. Bill Gates - 160 IQ

The mind behind Microsoft, American business magnate Bill Gates, is bringing in an IQ score of 160 points. The software developer has also built a career on being an investor, author and philanthropist, and founded his huge computer company with friend Paul Allen.Image Source / CNBCHis contributions to the software industry and the technology sector have left an indelible mark. Beyond his work at Microsoft, Gates has engaged in various philanthropic endeavors through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, addressing global health, education, and poverty.

37. Kate Beckinsale - 133 IQ

This stunning starlet has an IQ score of 133. As well as her acting career, she's also been a model (understandably) and has worked minor roles in television before switching to hit movies like Underworld. She was still a university student when she made her film debut.Image Source / Wikipediaer breakthrough came with movies like "Underworld," where she played the lead role of Selene. Known for her beauty and talent, Beckinsale has become a prominent figure in the entertainment industry, showcasing her talent and versatility as an actress and also as a model..

38. Sigmund Freud - 156 IQ

Freud is a name often referred to for many 'important' studies or having a superior mind. Sigmund Freud actually had an IQ score of 156, and he used that big brain of his to become the founder of psychoanalysis, where patients are treated through the psyche.Image Source / bio. Biography.comFreud's contributions to the understanding of the human mind and behavior are monumental. His theories on the unconscious mind, the role of dreams, and the development of personality have had a lasting impact on the field of psychology with his groundbreaking theories.

39. Tony Hawk - 144 IQ

The legendary skating pro that is Tony Hawk, comes in with a high IQ score of 144 points. Nicknamed Birdman, and not because of his high-flying intelligence points, he's also an entrepreneur and owns his own skateboard company which was aptly named Birdhouse.Image Source / The GuardianBeyond his achievements in skateboarding, Tony Hawk has successfully ventured into business, owning his skateboard company called Birdhouse. He's also been involved in various philanthropic efforts and has made notable contributions to the skateboarding community.

40. Charles Dickens - 180 IQ

Charles Dickens was a famous writer that most people will know, either through their own love for his books, having been forced to read his works at school, or just at the very least knowing Oliver Twist and A Christmas Carol. His IQ actually comes in at a huge 180 points!Image Source / www.charlesdickenspage.comDickens' contributions to literature are immense, and his novels continue to be studied and appreciated for their social commentary, vivid characters, and storytelling prowess. His impact on literature and society is well-established, but attributing a specific IQ score to him remains conjectural.

41. Miley Cyrus - 120 IQ

Miley Cyrus has accomplished a lot in her 29 years, and most of us will have grown up with her playing Hannah Montana and swinging around on a wrecking ball. The talented singer and actress comes in with an IQ score of 120. Her versatility in entertainment, from acting to singing, has made her a prominent figure in the industry.Image Source / DazedMiley Cyrus rose to fame through her role as Hannah Montana on the Disney Channel and later transitioned into a successful career as a singer and actress. Her versatility in entertainment, from acting to singing, has made her a very prominent figure within the industry.

42. Bruno Mars - 123 IQ

Real name Peter Gene Hernandez, Bruno Mars is a popular American singer and songwriter who has achieved global success as a singer, as well as using his 123 IQ score to be a record producer, talented musician as well as a dancer. He's also a music video director.Image Source / Spotify
Intelligence is complex and cannot be solely defined by a numerical IQ score. Bruno Mars's achievements and impact on the music world showcase his creativity, talent, and dedication to his craft. While the specific IQ score may be speculative, Mars's reputation as a multifaceted and accomplished artist is well-established.

43. Vin Diesel - 140 IQ

Vin Diesel, the muscles from the Fast and Furious franchise as well as other hit action movies, has an IQ score of 140. His appearance in a huge franchise like Fast and Furious has seen him become one of the highest-grossing actors in the world and his career spans various genres.Image Source / The Fast and the Furious Wiki - FandomWhile Vin Diesel is indeed a well-known actor, producer, director, and screenwriter. Diesel's intelligence and business acumen are apparent in his successful career. His career has spanned various genres, showcasing his versatility in the entertainment industry.

44. Albert Einstein - 160 IQ

Albert Einstein is one of the most iconic figures in the history of science. When you're talking about big brains, then you're obviously going to be thinking of Einstein. In fact, calling anyone clever these days usually means calling them Einstein. So it's no surprise he had a high IQ score of 160!Image Source / New ScientistEinstein's impact on the scientific community and the way we understand the universe is immeasurable. His theories revolutionized physics, and his name has become synonymous with exceptional intelligence. His IQ remains speculative, but we all know that he's a genius.

45. Barack Obama - 137 IQ

The former President of the United States has to have a high intelligence for such an important role in politics. Barack's IQ score comes in at 137, which he used to his advantage when he was the 44th president sitting in the White House. His presidency was marked by a range of domestic and international challenges.Image Source / Encyclopedia BritannicaObama's accomplishments, including his election as the first African American president and his policy initiatives, showcase his political acumen and ability to navigate complex issues. His impact on American politics and society, as well as his place in history as the first Black president, are significant aspects of his enduring influence.

46. George Clooney - 127 IQ

Actor George Clooney comes in with a high IQ score of 127 - though it's probably not as big as his wife's, who has become famous for her legal work and her career accomplishments in her own right. Clooney has worked as an actor as well as a producer, and won a number of awards.Image Source / WikipediaClooney's career in the entertainment industry has been marked by critical acclaim and numerous awards. He has not only excelled in acting but has also made significant contributions as a filmmaker and producer. His work has earned him accolades such as Academy Awards and Golden Globes.

47. Aisha Tyler - 154 IQ

Aisha Tyler shows off a high IQ score of 154 which she has put to good use building a successful career as an actor, comedian, talk show host and director. She's also very well known for her many great TV shows, for example, Archer, CSI, Friends and Criminal Minds.Image Source / DeadlineBeyond acting, she has demonstrated her skills as a comedian and talk show host, further showcasing her versatility. Intelligence is multifaceted and cannot be fully encapsulated by a single numerical score. Aisha Tyler's achievements and impact on the entertainment world highlight her talent.

48. Steve Jobs - 160 IQ

Steve Jobs, the co founder of the phone brand that most of us have in our hands right now, had a massive IQ score of 160 which he put to good use to become a successful American entrepreneur, business magnate, investor and industrial designer whilst co-founding Apple.Image Source / Biography (Bio.)Steve Jobs, along with Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne, co-founded Apple Inc., a company that revolutionized the personal computer, smartphone, and music industries. Jobs played a pivotal role in the design and development of iconic products such as the Macintosh, iPhone, and iPad.

49. Britney Spears - 104 IQ

Pop music legend Britney and icon of pop culture for most of us growing up also has a high IQ score of 104. As well as her singing career, she's also been a successful dancer and the mind and voice behind most of our favourite party pop playlists and nostalgic classics.Image Source / MARCAIQ scores are typically measured on a scale where 100 is considered the average, so she ranks higher than most people! Britney Spears has had a highly successful career in the music and entertainment industry, and her impact on pop culture is undeniable.

50. Nolan Gould - 150 IQ

If you're a fan of Modern Family, then you might be surprised to hear that the man behind the less-than-intelligence character of Luke, Nolan Gould, actually has a super high IQ score of 150! These days, the 23-year-old is sharing a picture or two of his toned up bod.Image Source / PinterestNolan Gould started his career at a young age and gained recognition for his portrayal of Luke on the popular sitcom "Modern Family," which ran for 11 seasons. While his on-screen character may not be portrayed as the most intelligent, it's essential to separate fictional roles from real-life attributes.