97% of people can't identify these male celebs from an image of their abs! Can you?

By: Craig Taylor
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About This Quiz

Celebrities work hard to look good. So naturally, they want to show off their abs in their work and their daily lives. Take this quiz and see if you can identify these celebs from just an image of their abs!

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson intended to be a football star. Unfortunately, injury put an end to that dream. So he went into wrestling before launching his Hollywood career. And let's be honest, he is the only wrestler who has become a Hollywood super star! No question that The Rock has some serious abs, thanks to years of hard work in the gym.

Hugh Jackman has always looked after himself. But for his recurring role as Logan/Wolverine in both the X-Men and Wolverine movie franchises, Jackman needed to pull off an incredible physique. Of course, all it took was cheeseburgers and... only kidding. It took hard work in the gym with Jackman working out for up to 2 1/2 hours per session, as well as strictly watching what he ate. And, of course, all of this was guided by a trainer.

Australian Chris Hemsworth cut his acting teeth in the land down under before getting his big break as Thor in 2011. Of course, playing a god carrying a large hammer means you have to have the body to match. For the first movie, Hemsworth trained with a NAVY seal instructor with a particular focus on building his arms and shoulders - that hammer is heavy, you know. The abs were also there, although Thor doesn't often appear shirtless. But it wasn't something Hemsworth skipped, now was it?

Famous for playing Jacob in "Twilight," Taylor Lautner starred in a few movies and TV series before his werewolf role shot him to super stardom. And he is certainly admired for his abs. In fact, in 2008 he was voted #1 in Access Hollywood's 'Top Five Hollywood Abs.'

Robert Pattinson received his big break starring in "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" in 2005. He shot into super stardom, however, with the release of "Twilight" in 2008 where he played a brooding vampire. Pattinson admits that getting in shape is difficult. Rumors abound that in the later "Twilight" movies, his abs were not real but just very clever makeup work.

Will Smith started life as the Fresh Prince. His upbeat tunes made him a household name in the early '90s. Next, he progressed to acting, first starring in "The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air" and then on to Hollywood where he starred in blockbuster after blockbuster. Smith has always been in shape but admits getting a six pack is hard work, especially as he gets older.

Ever since he burst onto the scene in "High School Musical," Zac Efron has appeared on teenage girls' walls around the world. And now, with his latest movie, "Baywatch," his body is even more in the spotlight. Efron had a special workout, not only for chiseled abs but for the rest of his body as well. And it certainly worked.

Daniel Craig has certainly made the James Bond role his own. Playing a massive super spy means you have to have the body to match. And Craig certainly does! As with most things we want in life, it's all about hard work. Rumor has it that Craig trained around four times per week, lifting very heavy weights for up to an hour at a time. Training targeting the abs happened three times per week as well.

Chris Evans certainly likes playing super heroes. Starting as Johnny Storm in "Fantastic Four" in 2005, and moving into the massive role of Captain America in 2011, Evans needed to make sure that he was not only fit but looked the part as well. He followed a very specific full body workout for the role of Captain America but not much focus was placed on his abs, which many believe can be achieved by correct eating alone. Maybe Chris is just lucky to have a natural six pack.

Ryan Reynolds is best known for his role as wisecracking superhero, Deadpool. This Canadian Hollywood star was married to Scarlett Johansson for three years before they divorced in 2011. His current wife is Blake Lively. The couple has two children. To get his perfect abs, Reynolds worked with trainer Don Saladino.

With a varied career in both film and TV, Bradley Cooper hit the big time after the success of "The Hangover" in 2009. This led to more roles, including Face in "The A Team," the lead role in the underrated "Limitless," and as Chris Kyle in "American Sniper." Cooper certainly stays in shape and shared his tips with Men's Health. He says water and protein shakes are a must, as well as staying focused, taking it one day at a time. Oh, and don't cheat!

Channing Tatum started his Hollywood rise to fame by starring in "Step Up" and its follow-up, "Step Up 2: The Streets." A number of roles followed, including "Public Enemies" and "GI: Joe." Then came "21 Jump Street," a movie that firmly put Tatum on the Hollywood map. Although Tatum has always look chiseled, his workout for the movie, "Magic Mike," really set him apart. While following a gluten and dairy-free diet, Tatum worked out three hours every day and unlike some other training regimes, he also focused on his abs.

An experienced television actor whose credits include "Baywatch" and "Stargate: Atlantis," Jason Momoa is perhaps most famously known as Khal Drogo in "Game of Thrones." He is also the new Aquaman with his own movie to be released in 2017. Of course, in "Game of Thrones," Momoa always had his shirt off, so perfect abs were certainly a necessity. Momoa, who says he doesn't like gym training, trained for six weeks, up to five times a week and for 120 to 150 minutes at a time, focusing on his entire body.

Derek Theler has appeared in many TV series over the last decade, most notably "Baby Daddy." He has also starred in made-for-TV movies and smaller Hollywood projects. Theler was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at the age of 3. He is fitted with an insulin pump to help him control his blood sugar levels. Where most people have the pump fitted near their stomach (and abs), Theler moved his to his butt cheek.

Teen pop idol, Hollywood actor, Mark Wahlberg is certainly multi-talented and with a body to match! Wahlberg started out as rapper Marky Mark but quickly went into acting, with his breakout coming in the 1997 movie, "Boogie Nights." Even bigger roles followed, including "The Perfect Storm," "The Italian Job," "The Departed," and "The Fighter." Mark Wahlberg works hard to keep his body (and those abs) in shape, especially for roles such as "The Fighter" where he needed a strong core to portray boxer, "Irish" Micky Ward.

Along with his brothers, Nick Jonas found fame in Disney's "Camp Rock." This led to a TV series ("Jonas"), concert tours and more Disney movies such as "Camp Rock 2." Nick eventually outgrew Disney, appearing in TV hits such as "Hawaii Five-0," "Scream Queens," and "Kingdom." To get his chiseled abs for his role in "Kingdom," Jonas worked out at the private gym of Gregg Miele, known for his work with Matthew McConaughey, among others. It certainly paid off.

Matthew McConaughey has had a longer career in Hollywood than most people remember. His first major feature was "Dazed and Confused" in 1993. Many movies followed but in 2006, he starred in "We Are Marshall," a movie that certainly brought him into the big time. McConaughey won an Oscar for his role in "Dallas Buyers Club" and also appeared in Christopher Nolan's epic, "Interstellar." His role in 2012's "Magic Mike" required a set of serious abs. Luckily, he is a workout freak, so he just needed some refining under the guidance of Gunnar Peterson. The results certainly paid off.

Joe Manganiello has starred in many excellent TV-series,' including "How I Met Your Mother," "ER," "One Tree Hill," and "True Blood." But for his role in 2012's "Magic Mike," and 2015's "Magic Mike XXL," Manganiello had to be ripped. He has no real secret to his chiseled body, except hard work. One thing he does do, however, is to work his abs at the beginning of his daily training.

Ryan Gosling is not only one of the best actors currently in Tinseltown but one of the best looking as well. A native of Canada, Gosling started his acting career with a host of TV roles. His first major movie was "Remember The Titans" in 2000. He has gone on to star in "Drive," "Gangster Squad," and "La La Land." For the movie, "Only God Forgives," where he plays a Thai boxer, Gosling focussed specifically on his abs.

David Beckham is a name known all around the world, even to those who are not soccer fans. Beckham played for some of the biggest clubs in the world, including Manchester United and Real Madrid. He even played in the United States for five years at L.A Galaxy. No doubt all that soccer training helped his abs. Beckham is married to Victoria, a former Spice Girl. They have four children.

Brad Pitt is one of the biggest names in Hollywood and has starred in a number of blockbusters, including the Ocean's franchise, "World War Z," "Fight Club," "Mr. and Mrs. Smith," "Fury," and "Troy." Many of these roles needed Pitt to be in peak physical condition and he certainly didn't skimp on his abs.

Cristiano Ronaldo is the most famous soccer player on the planet. Not only is he a goal-machine for his club, Real Madrid, but he helped Portugal to European success in 2016. One of Ronaldo's advantages on the soccer field, other than his skill, is his incredible strength. He is known for his constant hunger to train, not only his soccer skills but in the gym as well. And that's evident when you see his perfect abs.

It's not just Justin Bieber's singing voice that his female fans crying! The Biebs has an incredible body with abs to match. Bieber spends a large amount of time in the gym to build his muscles and help him move away from the fresh-faced, boy-next-door look he had when he first burst onto the music scene.

Michael 'Titan' O'Hearn is a famous bodybuilder, model, and personal trainer. Where does the Titan nickname come from? Well, that was his name on "American Gladiators." Of course, as a bodybuilder, O'Hearn has incredible abs. There are enhanced through his own specialized training regime called Power Bodybuilding. He has appeared on over 700 bodybuilding magazine covers.

Christian Bale is known as one of the best acting talents in Hollywood, prepared to do anything to his body to encompass a role completely. This includes losing 64 pounds for his role in "The Machinist," which left him looking emaciated. Of course, to play Batman, Bale had to bulk up and he had just six weeks from the end of filming of "The Machinist" until the first "Batman" screen test. Bale ran a lot and spent plenty of time in the gym pushing weight-building all round muscle, including his abs.

Jensen is known for his role in the long running TV series, "Supernatural," but he also appeared in "Dark Angel" and "Smallville." He is in really good shape and spends a lot of time in the gym to get that chiseled look, particularly his abs.

Stephen Amell is best known for his role as Oliver Queen/Green Arrow in the TV series, "Arrow." He also featured as Casey Jones in "TMNT: Out of the Shadows" in 2016. Amell is a fan of free running and although he does not have the massive physique of an iron-pumping body builder, he clearly does push some weights. It is also clear that he focuses attention on his ab region.

Chris Pratt is most famous for his role in "Parks and Recreation" although, in the past few years, his success has come in the form of a number of Hollywood blockbusters, including "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "Jurassic World." Pratt had put on and lost weight for a variety of roles, but his current regime includes CrossFit, medicine balls, battle ropes, Tabata HIIT routines, as well as yoga. Well, that has certainly help for his abs!

A news anchor with abs? Yes, Matt Lauer sure has got them! Lauer spends his day job working as the anchor of the "Today Show" but certainly has time to keep his body in peak condition. Lauer even made the list of Men's Health 'Secret Celebrity Six-Packs.' His abs certainly put some younger folk to shame.

Michael Phelps is the greatest swimmer who ever lived. In fact, his 27 Olympic medals make him the most decorated Olympic athlete ever. And what does swimming do to your body? Well, it certainly is the most natural way to build muscle and it hasn't let Phelps down. He has some impressive abs!

Michael Jordan hit the big time in 2001, landing a role in "The Wire." A stint in "All My Children" followed, as well as parts in "Friday Night Lights" and "Parenthood." His big Holywood break came with "Red Tails." Jordan then landed the role of Adonis Johnson in "Creed," the "Rocky" spin-off. Of course, to play a boxer, Jordan had to have the body to match. He trained under Corey Calliet, a bodybuilder who made sure every muscle was worked during their workouts. This included specific ab exercises every second day.

Kellan Lutz had a number of bit part roles in TV series in the early 2000s but struck gold when he was cast as Emmet Cullen in the "Twilight" movie franchise. Lutz also landed a role in "The Expendables 3," as well as the TV series, "The Comeback." He also starred in "The Legend of Hercules" and spent plenty of time working out to perfect the look of his upper body and abs. Because he had so little time before filming started, Lutz focused on cardio and resistance training. It obviously worked!

This English actor first made a name for himself in two Guy Ritchie films, "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" and "Snatch." Since then, he has turned himself into a Hollywood action man, starring in a range of movies including "The Expendables," "Crank," "The Mechanic," and a whole lot more. For a man approaching 50, Statham is ripped. He loves some MMA but also works out at least six times a week, 35 minutes at a ​time at the highest intensity possible.

Sylvester Stallone is a legend in Hollywood. Who can forget the "Rocky" series which brought him super stardom? Not only did Stallone fight in many of the scenes, he worked incredibly hard to get his body into shape. Stallone revealed in later years that he also undertook a strict diet of a few oatmeal cookies, brown rice, and coffee with honey. His body fat percentage dropped to 2.9% but he admits he struggled due to a lack of energy and often felt dizzy.

Although he had starred in a few minor movies, Vin Diesel's big break came in 1998 with a part in "Saving Private Ryan." From there, he starred in the Riddick franchise, xXx and of course, the Fast and Furious Franchise. Diesel works out his upper body, shoulders, arms, and abs using super sets. He doesn't forget his legs either and works them regularly as well.

Former football player, Terry Crews has made a name for himself in Hollywood. He has a recurring role in the hilarious comedy, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" and has appeared in "The Expendables," along with a host of other movies. Bodwise, Crews is huge and spends a lot of time training. And those abs... they are just about perfect.

Scott Adkins is a martial artist that has appeared in a number of Hollywood movies, including" The Shepherd" with Jean- Claude Van Damme and "The Bourne Ultimatum." Other than his martial arts workouts, Adkins spends time in the gym honing his body to perfection.

There aren't many rap stars today who are not in incredible shape and Trey Songz is certainly no exception. Songz watches his food intake and says he is lucky to have a very fast metabolism. Workouts include free-weights, cardio and focusing on his abs.

Mario Lopez is a veteran of the TV scene and has acted in numerous series, including "Nip/Tuck," "Pacific Blue," and "The Bold and the Beautiful." Lopez clearly looks after himself and when in the gym, focuses on refining his muscles, particularly his abs.

An All-American running back, Reggie Bush has played for a number of the top NFL franchises, including the Dolphins, the 49ers, and the Bills. Of course, in his profession, your body is your biggest ally and Bush clearly spends lots of time in the gym to gain his incredibly muscular look. This involves both strength and conditioning and changes, depending on at what point of the season he finds himself in.

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