Famous people with the highest known IQs (17 Photos)

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    IQ means nothing. It's just a scale for potential. I have an IQ of 136 and I'm in sales.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jack.nycz Jack Edward Nycz

    When did professional baseball become an unskilled profession?

    • http://www.facebook.com/jack.nycz Jack Edward Nycz

      Reply fail…

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  • Postman Joe

    #12……eh Ivan Drago has a degree in Chemical Engineering? This guy has super villain written all over him!!!

  • JohnMcClane_


    Theta Chi til I die!!

    If he's so smart, how did he fall for the Reeses Pieces into a box trap thing TWICE on Family Guy???

  • freddy boy

    #16 I very greatly enjoy Mr. Woods' work but strongly suspect the primary reason James Woods gets laid is his m..o..n..e..y.

  • Doh

    Paula, go find your helmet your special bus will be here in a minute.

  • Niitsitapi13

    I've often thought about becoming a golf club

  • beef

    I'm 138 but I'm a fucking idiot

  • Bob

    #7…I knew there was a reason I loved her besides the ass and hips. It's that big beautiful brain.

  • Danny

    YIkes! Since When is being a university professor an example of someone smarter than a doctor? Maybe university professors who are doctors that teach medicine might be smarter than their non teaching equivalent, but other than that, I call bullshit.

  • AlltheTacos

    Alison Becker is pretty much a genius. She graduated high school at 16 and is a member of MENSA. She's the super hot reporter on parks and rec.

  • bulletstopper

    I have a 170 IQ, degrees in electronic engineering, computer science, management and economics. Became a manager of five stores at 16, retired as a healthcare CEO at age 47, married a gorgeous 17 year old blonde when I was 21, have two kids, been married 28 years, own three houses, two sports cars. All that and I am unattractive and not famous. Life is not fair.

  • God

    Steve Martin is part of Mensa.
    speaking of which, Chino XL (rapper) is another famous genius.

  • Jonathan

    I took an IQ test recently and the highest possible score was 160. 100 was average and a standard deviation was 15. So 115, or 1 standard deviation above the mean, was above average. 130, or 2 standard deviations above the mean, was superior. 130 was basically genius level. The person who gave me the exam said the highest anyone ever scored for an exam she conducted was 143, and your age when taking the exam is taken into account. I am ashamed to say I got a 125, but I had very little sleep the night before. I think I could break that 130 mark next time.

  • Blasch

    How come Jeff Goldblum isn't on this post? He might be an actor but he is also a Mensa.

  • https://www.facebook.com/wkfoster William Karl Foster

    #14 It makes me sad to think that your Naked Gun reference was probably missed by 70% of the people on this site. I'm proud of your effort though.

  • Jay Leno's Integrity

    #13 You would think that such a brainiac would have better taste in toupees.

  • Younkin

    #9 viva la Theta Chi.

  • Canucks_Rule

    #10 – ha, no shit.

    bc chivers & chivettes, this group is for you!! –> http://twitter.com/KCCOVancity

  • NateD

    I think this is more proof that the iq test really doesn't mean that much ex. stephen Hawkins – world renowned physiatrist is supposidly dumber than James woods whose is probably most know for family guy appearances

  • Coldzilla

    James Woods may have a high IQ but whenever I hear his name all I can think is "Oh, a piece of candy. Oh, a piece of candy" ….

  • George

    Hawking's IQ is not as posted. It is closer to 185-200. Also IQ is not measured as a value it is measured as a range of values.

  • Daniel

    Dolph Lundgren you Legend! Same IQ as ste, but can do other things good too :P

  • nebulousrikulau

    IQ means little except as a rough measure of potential, and definitely as a measure of one's skill at taking tests.
    If you don't have DRIVE you won't succeed, no matter what your IQ is.
    Look at me, tested in school at 165, dropped out of college, work in an hourly, non-management retail position. Sure, I'd like more income, but I have no desire AT ALL to take on the responsibility that a promotion would entail.
    Is that smart enough to know my limits, or too dumb to get ahead? And I don't care WHAT your opinion is.

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