7. Teri Hatcher
With a mother who was a computer programmer for Lockheed Martin and a father who’s a nuclear physicist, maybe it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Teri Hatcher has an affinity for the sciences. Before she became famous as Lois Lane or desperate housewife Susan Mayer, Hatcher attended De Anza College where she studied mathematics and engineering.
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6. Lisa Kudrow
Best known for her role as the fluffheaded Phoebe on Friends, Lisa Kudrow also has a prominent science background. After studying biology at Vassar College in New York, she went on to assist her father, a world-renowned headache specialist, with important research before settling in to her acting career.
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5. Anne Hathaway
Although she might not have a formal science education, Anne Hathaway has often described herself as a science geek and has been caught on movie sets reading physics texts by Hawking and Einstein. In a recent interview promoting her new movie The Intern, Hathaway was quoted saying that if she wasn’t an actress she “would probably try to get an internship at CERN,” she said. “Just to see the Hadron Particle Collider in action and actually be there when they find the Higgs boson particle—well, they have found the Higgs boson particle. But to have been there when it happened.”
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4. Mike Judge
Despite his most famous creation being a couple of dim-witted cartoon characters named Beavis and Butt-Head, Mike Judge is actually a really smart guy who earned a physics degree at UC San Diego. Before breaking into the entertainment industry, Judge also worked as a computer programmer writing software for military fighter jets.
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