1. Brad Pitt
This one is pretty obvious. He’s been in several (maybe more) movies and also has a family with another famous person.
2. Kanye West
It’s easy to think of who this man is when people say his name.
3. Meryl Streep
Incredibly famous, would definitely be spotted on the street as a famous person.
4. Robert DeNiro
Another obvious one, everyone knows Bobby D.
It’s likely that the entire world knows her!
7. Miley Cyrus
Some might say she’s more famous than a lot of other people.
8. Regis Philbin
You can’t deny it! He’s pretty freaking famous.
9. Jamie Lee Curtis
Even your great aunt who still reads by candlelight knows who Jamie Lee Curtis is.
10. Cuba Gooding Jr.
You know him, I know him, we all know him.
11. Jennifer Lawrence
When you think of fame Jennifer is one of the first people that comes to mind, which is why she’s included in this list.
12. George Clooney
13. Rosie O’Donnell
Maybe not AS famous as she once was, but still very famous!
14. Anne Hathaway
Sorry to admit it, but YES! SHE’S SUPER FAMOUS!
Rihanna is a noted person of interest, likely to be adored by many around the world.
16. Emma Watson
Yep, she’s on here!
17. Morgan Freeman
Everybody knows this guy’s face/name/everything about him, including his long career working in movies and television and his success in those industries.
18. Katherine Heigl
Another person who you might not WANT to be famous, but you have to deal with it because that’s life and she is.
19. William Shatner
This list would be invalid without him.
- Caitlyn Jenner told President Trump that his administration's rollback of protections for transgender kids was a "disaster" 😳
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- The substance used to assassinate the half-brother of North Korea's leader has been identified as VX nerve agent., a chemical listed as a weapon of mass destruction.
- Recreational marijuana needs "greater enforcement" of federal law, said Spicer, pitting the White House against eight states that legalized its use.