Actress Sharon Stone not only looks hot as hell at age 52, but also is a smart woman. She graduated with a 4.0 GPA as valedictorian in high school. She attended Northwestern University to study chemical engineering on a full academic scholarship, but dropped out to pursue her modeling career.
“Parks and Recreation” star Rashida Jones is the daughter of singer Quincy Jones, who said she would read five books at a time at the age of six in bed with a flashlight. Rashida admits she grew up a “straight-up nerd … I had a computer with floppy disks and a dial-up modem before it was cool.” Rashida Jones was accepted to Harvard, where she studied religion and philosophy. She later made her way into acting.
“Black Swan” star Natalie Portman had a 4.0 in high school and graduated with bachelor’s degree in psychology from Harvard University in 2003. She is fluent in Hebrew, and has studied French, Japanese, German and Arabic.
“Charlie’s Angels” star Lucy Liu graduated from New York’s prestigious Stuyvesant High School, and then attended a New York University for a year. She transferred to the University of Michigan and graduated with a degree in Asian languages and cultures. Liu is also fluent in Mandarin Chinese, Italian, Spanish and Japanese.
British actress Kate Beckinsale is not only beautiful but has a quick wit. Now it all makes sense because she has beauty and brains! Beckinsale was reading at a level twice her age when she was only six-years-old. She won several writing competitions in her teens for her short stories and poetry. Kate went on to New Oxford College, studying French and Russian literature for three years. Kate is fluent in German, Russian, and French.
Actress Jodie Foster started reading by the age of three! Wow! Foster was accepted into Yale when she was only 17, graduating magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in literature. Foster is fluent in Italian and French and also understands German and Italian.
Jennifer Connelly is a stunning brunette that landed an Oscar for her role in “A Beautiful Mind”. She studied at Yale for two years, before transferring to Stanford to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in English. Connelly is fluent in French and Italian.
“Leaving Las Vegas” star Elisabeth Shue may have played a prostitute in the film but she’s no dummy! Shue attended Wellesley and Harvard University, landing a scholarship to study political science at Harvard. Elisabeth dropped out to pursue acting, but returned to Harvard 15 years later and received her degree in government.