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11 Celebrities That Aren't Afraid To Be A Little Nerdy

Nerds come in all shape and sizes. But who will be crowned the King of the Nerds? Find out on King of the Nerds on TBS, THURSDAY AT 10/9C.

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1. Aisha Tyler

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Most people know Aisha as the voice of Lana Kane on Archer, but did you know that she's also a hardcore gamer? According to a poem she posted on her Facebook page she's "been a gamer since I made friends with a girl in the 5th grade just to get at her Atari."

2. Vin Diesel

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Vin Diesel might be known for bashing in skulls in action flicks, but did you know that he's also played Dungeons & Dragons for over 20 years? He's so involved that he even wrote the forward for "30 Years of Adventure: A Celebration of Dungeons & Dragons."

4. Felicia Day

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The former Buffy starlet stars in her own web series called "The Guild," about a dysfunctional MMORPG guild much to the delight of nerds worldwide. In her off-time she enjoys playing Skyrim and many other popular games.

6. Rosario Dawson

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Rosario Dawson probably isn't the first person you imagine navigating the crowded floors of Comic-Con and yet she does. She regularly frequents the comic convention in masks and even co-created her own comic series called "Occult Crimes Taskforce."

7. Robin Williams

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Any man that names his daughter Zelda has got some serious nerd cred. Aside from Zelda, some of his favorite games include Half-Life and Warcraft III. Respect.

8. Wil Wheaton

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Being in the original cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation makes Wil an instant nerd icon. Wheaton's an avid gamer and is one of the internet's largest nerd crushes.

9. Mila Kunis

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Mila Kunis is living proof that girls actually do play World of Warcraft. Kunis used to play a "really kickass mage" before she quit cold turkey. She even had twinks!