99% of people can't guess all the ages of these famous celebrities! Can you?

By: Craig

About This Quiz

Celebrities are notorious for being stingy on revealing their real age. Surgery, detox, facials and a team of health experts often help celebrities maintain young and seemingly ageless looks. How good are you at guessing ages? Take this test and see how many celebrities ages you can guess as of 2017.

Dwayne Douglas Johnson is better known as The Rock. He had a full football scholarship to the University of Miami, but in 1995, he suffered a back injury that prevented him from moving on to a career in the NFL. Since his father was a professional wrestler, The Rock decided to follow in his footsteps. He has moved on to become one of the biggest action stars in Hollywood.

Born in 1980, Christina Aguilera started her rise to stardom along with Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake as members of "The New Mickey Mouse Club." In 1999, she released her debut album, 'Genie in a Bottle,' which produced three #1 singles and won her a Grammy for Best New Artist in 2000. She has also appeared as a coach in the television series, "The Voice."

Born in California in 1987, Zac Efron became a popular teen idol thanks to his role in Disney's "High School Musical" in 2006 and its follow up, "High School Musical 2" in 2007. He had appeared in numerous TV series before that, including "NCIS," "CSI: Miami," and "Firefly." Efron has gone on to become a Hollywood superstar. His movie credits include "Charlie St. Cloud," "The Lucky One," "Dirty Grandpa," and "Baywatch." Simon Cowell once offered him a recording contract. He turned it down.

Catherine Elizabeth Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, is married to Prince William. At the age of 29, she was the eldest royal bride to get married to a future king of England. She is also the first wife of a monarch who has a university degree and is the 6th royal with the name Catherine.

Born on 14 August 1983, Mila Kunis rose to prominence while playing the part of Jackie Burkhart in the TV smash, "That '70s Show!" Her real name is Milena and she was born in the Ukraine. Kunis is married to "That '70s Show!" co-star, Ashton Kutcher. They have two children.

Kate Bosworth's first starring role was in 1998's "The Horse Whisperer" with Robert Redford. She had not gone along to audition for the role but to experience how auditions operate. Further roles followed in "The Newcomers" and "Remember the Titans." In 2006, she landed the part of Lois Lane in "Superman Returns." She has two different colored eyes, a condition known as heterochromia.

Johnny Depp is one of the best actors in Hollywood at present and able to play a variety of roles. He rose to fame thanks to the TV show, "21 Jump Street" but had starred in both "Nightmare on Elm Street" and "Platoon" before that. His breakthrough role came in Tim Burton's "Edward Scissorhands" and the two have collaborated on many more movies. Depp starred in a Tom Petty video in 1991.

Hollywood is certainly in actress Gwyneth Paltrow's blood. Her parents are director and producer Bruce Paltrow and actress Blythe Danner. Although she starred in a few movies early in her career, including "Se7en" with Brad Pitt, her major breakthrough came in 1998 thanks to "Shakespeare in Love," a role that won her an Oscar and Golden Globe. A year before, she had broken up with Pitt who she was engaged to at the time. She later would marry Chris Martin of the British band, Coldplay, and have two children. The couple divorced in 2016.

Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1935, Woody Allen is one of Hollywood's most prolific writers, directors, and actors. He began his career by writing jokes for a local newspaper as a 15-year old. This progressed to his own comedy routine and eventually script writing, starting with 1965's "What's New Pussycat?" Allen was soon writing, directing and producing movies, including "Annie Hall," "Love and Death," and "Manhattan. His real name is Allan Stewart Konigsberg.

Bono is the lead singer of Irish super group, U2. Formed in Dublin in 1976, the band found fame in the United Kingdom before conquering the United States after the release of their fifth album, 1987s 'The Joshua Tree.' There massive tour around the country was documented in the film, "Rattle and Hum." Bono's real name is Paul Hewson.

Although Matt Damon had some bit part roles prior to 1997s "Good Will Hunting," it was that movie, that launched his career and brought him an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. Damon has gone on to play a variety of roles, most notably as an action hero in the "Bourne" series of movies. He is good friends with Ben Affleck and Brad Pitt and has been married to Luciana Barroso since 2005. The couple has three children.

Drew Barrymore first stole our hearts as Gertie, the little blond girl in 1982s "E.T. - The Extra Terrestrial." Barrymore came from a Hollywood family with both her parents and grandparents acting. The young Barrymore went off the rails in her teens, even entering rehab at one point. In her later life, Barrymore has made a number of off-beat romantic comedies such as "50 First Dates" with Adam Sandler. Steven Spielberg is her godfather.

The rise of Justin Bieber has been nothing short of a phenomena. Bieber was born in Canada in 1994. He showed musical ability from a young age and was first noticed through videos posted on YouTube. After RBMG signed him up in 2009, he released his first album, "My World," which quickly went platinum in the United States. Seven songs from the album charted, making him the first singer to reach this incredible achievement. His career has gone from strength to strength and despite some occasional controversy, he is one of the biggest artists in the world.

One of Hollywood's finest comedians, Will Ferrell has brought us some of the funniest characters and movies to come out of Tinseltown. From Ricki Bobby to Ron Burgundy, Ferrell's characters are loved the world over. Ferrell started off on TV as a member of the "Saturday Night Live" team from 1995 to 2002, portraying a host of characters, including George W. Bush. Will's father, Lee, played keyboard for the Righteous Brothers.

The oldest of the Baldwin brothers, Alec was born in 1958. He first came to prominence as a TV actor, appearing in soap operas such as "Knots Landing" and "The Doctors." Hollywood roles soon followed in the late '80s, including "Beetlejuice," "Married to the Mob," and "Working Girl." Baldwin was the first actor to play author Tom Clancy's CIA agent, Jack Ryan. Harrison Ford, Ben Affleck, and Chris Pine followed. He is also known for his role in the TV comedy, "30 Rock." Baldwin was married to actress Kim Basinger from 1993 to 2002.

Chevy Chase started out his career as part of the original "Saturday Night Live" crew in 1975. He left the show after a year to pursue other acting interests, especially in Hollywood. Chase went on to star in movies such as "Caddyshack," "National Lampoon's Vacation," and a host of others. He is best friends with singer Paul Simon and appeared in his 1986 video for the song, 'You Can Call Me Al.'

Jason Bateman started off acting from an early age and landed a role in "Little House on the Prairie" in 1981. He went onto appear in "Knight Rider" and then starred in the sitcom, "Valerie," from 1986 -1991, even directing three episodes. Bateman starred in a few more TV series. In 2003, he played the role of Michael Bluth in the critically acclaimed series, "Arrested Development." Bateman is very good friends with Jennifer Aniston.

Orlando Bloom shot to fame playing the elf, Legolas, in Peter Jackson's adaption of JRR Tolkien's book, "The Lord of the Rings." He went onto star in the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise, "Kingdom of Heaven." and "Troy." Bloom can speak fluent French and suffers from dyslexia.

Born in Colombia in 1977, Shakira was popular in the Latin music scene from the late 1990s. Her big commercial breakthrough came in 2002 with her first English album, 'Laundry Service,' and the single 'Whenever, Wherever.' Her success continued and in 2010, she sang ‘Waka Waka (This Time for Africa),' the anthem of Soccer's World Cup. Shakira has a host of awards to her name, including two Grammys.

Jennifer Aniston rose to prominence thanks to her role as Rachel Green on the massively popular TV sitcom, "Friends." From there, she moved to Hollywood and starred in a number of movies including, "We're the Millers," "Horrible Bosses," "Rock Star," and "Along Came Polly." She was married to Brad Pitt from 2000 to 2005.

George Clooney had a string of TV parts before hitting the big time in Hollywood. These included roles in "ER," "The Facts of Life," and "Roseanne." In 1997, he was cast as Batman/Bruce Wayne for "Batman and Robin." More films followed, including a recurring part in the "Oceans" series of movies. In 1997, People magazine voted him the 'Sexiest Man Alive.'

Landing the role of Annie at the age of just 7 for a national tour of the play, Alyssa Milano went onto star in both TV and Hollywood. Her major television break came in 1984 when she landed the role of Samantha Micelli opposite Tony Danza in the sitcom, "Who's the Boss." In the late 1990s, she would star in another massive TV series, "Charmed." She has released five albums. Each one has gone platinum in Japan.

Kesha is a singer, actress, rapper and song writer. She was born Kesha Rose Sebert on March 1, 1987. After a really successful earlier career, Kesha ran into trouble with substance abuse and checked into rehab in 2014. In October 2014, she sued her producer, Dr. Luke, for various charges. Kesha announced via social media that she will be releasing a new single, "Praying"

Megan Fox is a star of the "Transformers" franchise and played April O'Neil in a reboot of the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" in 2014. She was married to Brian Austin Green, who is an actor/director/producer. They are currently separated. She made her screen debut in 2001 in a Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen movie, "Holiday in the Sun."

Pink rose to prominence in 2000 with the release of her debut album, "Can't Take Me Home." It sold incredibly well, eventually reaching double platinum in the United States. A Grammy followed, thanks to her participation in the "Moulin Rouge" soundtrack. With her first album straight up RnB, Pink stunned fans when her second release, 2001's "Mizundastood" was more poppy in nature. They didn't seem to mind, however, and over 12 million copies sold. Her career continued to go from strength to strength and she remains one of the top female artists in the world.

Tom Hanks has been on of Hollywood's leading men for over three decades. Known for his roles in "Forrest Gump," "Saving Private Ryan," "Big," and "Philadelphia" to name a few, Hanks is an incredibly versatile actor who has won two Oscars. Hanks and Bruce Springsteen are good friends.

Jessica Alba began her acting career mainly with TV work. She was featured in numerous shows, including "The Love Boat: The Next Wave," "Flipper," "Beverly Hills, 90210," and "Dark Angel." Although she starred in a few movies, her big break came in 2003 with "Honey." Bigger movies followed, including "Sin City," and "The Fantastic Four." Despite her father's Mexican ancestry, Alba cannot speak Spanish.

Jenny from the Block, J-Lo or just Jennifer Lopez. This multi-talented performer can sing, dance and act. She was originally one of the fly girls on the TV series, "In Living Color." Her big Hollywood break came in 1997 when she portrayed singer Selena in a movie of the same name. She released her first album 'On The 6' in 1999. It went six times platinum.

Barack Obama was the first African-American to be elected President of the United States. He spent eight years as the 44th President of the United States, introducing a number of reforms, including his health plan, ObamaCare. His presidential campaign before he was elected included the often repeated phrase, 'Yes, we can!' He has two Grammy's for Best Spoken Word Album, 'Dreams From My Father' in 2006 and 'The Audacity of Hope' in 2008.

Marshall Mathers, or Eminem as he is better known, hit the rap scene with a bang in 1999. His 'Slim Shady' LP, produced by the legendary Dr. Dre was an instant hit. He has dominated the U.S. music scene since then with 10 #1 albums and 5 #1 singles, as well as selling close to 50 million units in the States alone and over 170 million worldwide. He starred in the 2002 movie, "8 Mile," which is roughly based on his early life.

Steve Carrell is one of the most versatile funny men in Hollywood. He has starred in a host of movies and TV shows, including his portrayal of Michael Scott in "The Office." Carrell made his Hollywood debut in the 1991 film, "Curly Sue." His first leading man role came in 2005 with the release of "The 40-Year-Old Virgin." He has featured as a reporter for "The Daily Show."

An accomplished actor, writer, and musician, Steve Martin has had years of success in Hollywood. In the 80s, he was involved in many of the best comedies of the decade, including "The Three Amigos," "The Lonely Guy," and "Roxanne." Martin continued writing and acting over the next two decades but also started to get more involved in music, especially Bluegrass. He is an accomplished banjo player.

Although she had some parts in Hollywood before 1996, it was "Speed," released in that year, that shot Sandra Bullock into stardom. Starring with Keanu Rivers, the movie became the action hit of the year. Bullock went onto star in a variety of other Hollywood movie across all genres, including comedies, action movies, and thrillers. In 2010, she won the Best Actress Oscar for her role in "The Blind Side." Bullock can speak fluent German.

Harrison Ford has played some of the most iconic action roles in Hollywood, including Blade Runner, Indiana Jones, and Han Solo in "Star Wars." Ford has also played author Tom Clancy's CIA agent, Jack Ryan, on numerous occasions. Ford is a qualified pilot.

Born in 1952 in Salt Lake City, Utah, Roseanne Barr cut her teeth on the comedy circuit. In 1985, she appeared on "The Tonight Show." Afterward, HBO offered her her own show. Unfortunately, that didn't last long and was canceled after just one season. Barr then starred with Meryl Streep in "She Devil" and starred in another TV sitcom, "Roseanne," in 1988 with John Goodman. This proved a massive success and ran for nine seasons.

With a career spanning close to four decades, Nicolas Cage has starred in a number of Hollywood blockbusters. His career started in 1982 with the movie, "Fast Times At Ridgemont High." Perhaps his biggest hit of that decade was the Coen Brothers movie, "Raising Arizona." The 90s saw Cage emerge in a number of action roles, including "The Rock," "Con Air," and "Face Off." Cage is the nephew of acclaimed Hollywood director, Francis Ford Coppola.

The 43rd President of the United States, George W. Bush, was in office at the time of the Sept. 11 attacks. A year later, he had authorized the invasion of Afghanistan to look for those responsible, especially the leader of Al Qaeda, Osama Bin Laden. Bush served two terms in office. His father, George H.W. Bush, was President of the United States from 1988 to 1992.

Born Earl Simmons, DMX is a well-known rapper. He released his first album, 'It's Dark and Hell Is Hot,' in 1998 and recorded six more albums by 2012, selling 15 million records in the States. He was arrested for tax evasion in July 2017.

Who doesn't know Madonna? The 'Queen of Pop' burst onto the music scene in the mid-1980s and continues to make music to this day, constantly evolving to fit in with modern trends. She has tried her hand at acting, appearing in movies such as "Desperately Seeking Susan," "A League of Their Own," "Evita," and "Dick Tracy." Madonna is an astute business woman and owns Maverick Records, along with a host of other business interests. She has sold more than 300 million albums worldwide.

Melissa McCarthy started her journey to fame as a stand-up comedian. Her first major starring role in TV came as Sookie in "The Gilmore Girls." When the show ended, McCarthy landed a part in the sitcom, "Mike and Molly." Movies soon followed, including "Bridesmaids," "The Heat," "Spy," and a reboot of "Ghostbusters," this time with an all female ghost busting team. McCarthy is now one of the highest paid actresses in Hollywood.

Sean Connery received his big break in film as spy, James Bond. Between 1962 and 1983, he returned to the role on seven occasions. But he was a far more versatile actor than just an action man. In 1987, Connery won a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his performance in "The Untouchables," and continued to appear in a number of Hollywood blockbusters. In 1989, People Magazine voted him the Sexiest Man Alive

Ben Affleck started acting from an early age and appeared in t mini-series, "Voyage of the Mimi," when he was just 12 years old. In 1993, he got his first big feature roll in the movie, "Dazed and Confused." He also starred in "Mall Rats," directed by Kevin Smith. In 1997, Affleck and his good friend Matt Damon starred in "Good Will Hunting," a movie for which they had written the screenplay. It won them an Oscar. From there his career exploded with blockbuster after blockbuster, including "Pearl Harbor," "Armageddon," and "The Sum of All Fears." Affleck is the current Batman.

Neil Patrick Harris came to prominence as Doogie Howser, a teenage doctor in a show of the same name. It lasted for four seasons from 1989 until 1993. In 1997, he starred in the sci-fi blockbuster, "Starship Troopers." Other movies followed but Harris met more success in television with a role in the cult comedy, "How I Met Your Mother."

A heartthrob of the 80s, Kevin Bacon starred in "Footloose," a classic of that era. He had gained acting experience prior to this with a role in the TV soap opera, "The Guiding Light," as well as some made-for-TV movies. Bacon's other big movies include "Apollo 13," "JFK," and "The River Wild." He has also released music with his two brothers.

A prolific comedian, actor, and writer, Bill Murray is remembered for his zany roles in "Caddyshack," "Ghostbusters," "Scrooged," and "Groundhog Day." Before he became a Hollywood star, Murray was part of "Saturday Night Live." It is said that Murray was considered to play the role of Han Solo in "Star Wars."

Leonardo DiCaprio's career started in the mid-'80s when he appeared on the TV sitcom, "Growing Pains." That began one of the most diverse careers in Hollywood. DiCaprio has gone on to star in many movies, giving exceptional acting displays time and time again. After receiving four Oscar nominations for Best Actor, DiCaprio finally won in 2016 for his role in "The Revenant."

Jon Bon Jovi was a founding member of the hard rock band, Bon Jovi, in the 1980s. After incredible success in that decade, with a more pop/metal approach, the band has continued to produce hits in the '90s and 2000's. Bon Jovi crossed over into acting, starring in "U-571," "Moonlight and Valentino," and "Pay It Forward," to name a few.

Kirstie Alley has had a long and distinguished career in Hollywood. She is best known for her role in the 80s sitcom, "Cheers." She also starred in a number of movies, including the popular "Look Who's Talking" franchise. She is close friends with John Travolta and Oprah Winfrey.

Kate Hudson, the daughter of actress Goldie Hawn and Bill Hudson, made her Hollywood debut in 1998s "Desert Blue." Her big break came in 2000 in the Cameron Crowe movie, "Almost Famous."​ She had originally been cast in a smaller role but when another actress dropped out of the part of Penny Lane, Hudson asked if she could read for it. Crowe was impressed enough to give her the part.

Claire Danes' first major Hollywood role was as Juliet in Baz Luhrmann's "Romeo + Juliet" in 1998 where she starred opposite Leonardo DiCaprio. More movies followed including, "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines" and "Stardust." In 2010, Danes appeared in "Temple Grandin" for HBO. In 2012, she began an ongoing role as agent Carrie Matthews in the TV series, "Homeland," which is now in its 8th season. Danes has won four Golden Globe awards during ​her acting career.

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