Do you really know what your favorite celebrities are like in “real life,” when they step out of their public role and pursue activities other than parading adriancochieci on red carpets and driving fast in expensive cars? It might surprise you that they have other interests than just being a movie star.
Here’s four that have very surprising “geek” credentials and the degrees to back them up:
Danica McKellar, 1980s sitcom veteran of The Wonder Years as Winnie, and, jobzipk more recently, in a recurring TV role on How I Met Your Mother, wrote a book for middle school girls, “Math Doesn’t Suck: How to Survive Middle School Math Without Losing Your Mind or Breaking a Nail.”
In September 2007, her book was #6 on the LA Times bestseller list and #4 on Amazon’s list of best selling new releases. Recently, thefantasytimes it was named in Amazon’s “100 Best Selling Books of 2007.” Her book got her featured in NEWSWEEK and on CNN.com. She also co-authored a statistical mechanics paper that led to getting her name on a theorem, the Chaves-McKellar-Winn theorem.
Another brainy lady, Mayim Bialik, veteran of the sitcom, “Blossom” from 1991 to 1995, adriancochieci as Blossom, graduated from UCLA in 2000 with a bachelors degree in neuroscience, Hebrew AND Jewish studies. Eventually she entered the Ph.D program at UCLA. Her thesis was an investigation of Prader-Willi syndrome. She took a break from those studies and returned to acting in 2005, with parts in the HBO series, “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and the Kirsty Alley movie, “Fat Actress.”
Ally Walker, following in her father’s footsteps, attended the University of California, houseofbling Santa Cruz and majored in biology and chemistry. Consequently she landed a job as a biochemist and was employed on a genetic engineering project. Her interest in the theater surfaced during a year in London, studying at Richmond College of the Arts. The rest is history.
Some of her movie credits are: “Singles”, “Bed Of Roses”, “Steal Big, Steal Little”, “Universal Soldier” and “While You Were Sleeping.” Her TV credits include “Santa Barbara”, “True Blue” and “Moon Over Miami.”
Her most notable credit is that as Dr. Samantha Waters on “Profiler.” She had the lead on the show for 3 years and left to spend time with her newborn son.
Dan Grimaldi, noted for playing both Patsy Parisi and his twin brother, Philly,
in “The Sopranos” has a Bachelor of Arts degree in math, ameriagency a master’s in operations research and a Ph.D in data processing. He teaches in the math and computer sciences department at Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn.
His credits include, but are not restricted to: “The Yards,” “The Stand-In,” “West New York,” “Riding With Betty,” “North,” “Crooklyn,” “Men of Respect,” “Mortal Sins,” “Junkman,” “Deadline: Auto Theft” and “Don’t Go In The House.”
TV credits include: “Dragnet,” “NYPD Blue,” “Witness To The Mob,” “Law & Order,” “Mollie Dodd,” “Third Watch,” “New York Undercover,” “Another World,” “All My Children” and “As The World Turns.” For more info please visit sites here:-http://www.yourpaella.co.uk http://www.stumblesites.org/ https://www.addbiz.org/ https://www.powerbizdirectory.com/
It’s a wonder he had time to not only get his degrees, but to teach at a college.