Top 10 stars who weren’t born where you think

We always think that a French actor was born in France, that an American singer was born in the United States, etc. In short, we would like everything to be logical, but what is logic in matters of Man? Vast debate in which we will not get into. More simply, here are the personalities who were not born where we think they were born. We are on big info in perspective, we can even say news with point number 1.

1. Emma Mackey was born in Le Mans

We find her since January 17 in season 2 of Sex Education and she is clearly the friend we would have liked to have had in high school because her character is both ultra badass, nice and intelligent. If you listen to the VOSTF you may be jealous of her little British accent and well know that her French is also impeccable because she was born in Le Mans in the Sarthe. An info that Le Maine Libre has just taken up 314 times.

2. Emma Watson was born in Paris

We knew her in Harry Potter, which could have been her only big commercial success, except that she played in many other super famous films in addition to having made a speech at the UN. On the one hand there are people as resourceful as Sid in Skin, on the other there is Emma Watson. Yes, but would Emma have succeeded as well if she hadn’t been born in Paris in the Marais and had spent her first 5 years at Maison-Laffitte? Probably yes, but doubt is allowed.

3. KJ Apa was born in Auckland, New Zealand

He’s known more as Archie Andrews in Riverdale – the world’s least believable character in the world’s least believable series – and you’d think he’s American because he stars in an American series and that he plays American football in it. Nay, KJ Apa was born in Auckland, New Zealand. In real life he probably plays rugby and supports the All Blacks.

Top 10 stars who weren't born where you think
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4. Millie Bobby Brown was born in Marbella, Spain

Millie Bobby Brown doesn’t just have the cutest first name on earth, she also knows how to sing, dance, rap, and has more repartee at 15 than I did at 25. Of British origin she was born on February 19, 2004 in Marbella, near Malaga, in the south of Spain where she stayed for 4 years and then settled in Dorset in the south of England.

Top 10 stars who weren't born where you think
Photo credits (CC BY-SA 2.0): Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America

5. Claude François was born in Egypt in Ismaïlia

The interpreter of Alexandria Alexandra, and many late-night songs, did not write it for nothing. He was indeed born in Egypt in Ismailia in 1939 and left the country in 1956 because his family was expelled following the nationalization of the Suez Canal by Egyptian President Nasser. A chance for, Cloclo is our French jewels. You can learn other interesting facts about Cloclo by clicking right here.

6. Bruce Lee was born in San Francisco

Also nicknamed the “Little Dragon”, Bruce Lee is known worldwide for his acting career and his perfect mastery of martial arts. He was raised in Hong Kong, but was born in Chinatown, San Francisco, USA. He is of Chinese and German origin through his mother, but his first name Bruce, of Scandinavian origin, would have been given to him by a nurse or a doctor at the hospital where he was born. A cosmopolitan being.

7. Natalie Portman was born in Jerusalem

Her birth name is Neta-Lee Hershlag, she was born in 1981 in Jerusalem, Israel. Her family left Jerusalem when she was three years old for Maryland, USA, so her father could pursue his career and training as an infertility doctor. During her studies she will learn Japanese and French in addition to already mastering English and Hebrew (and being incredibly talented).

Top 10 stars who weren't born where you think
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8. Ségolène Royale was born in Ouakam, Senegal

She was born in Ouakam in Senegal in 1953. Her father, Jacques Antoine Royal (1920-1981), was a lieutenant-colonel in the naval artillery. She moved in 1960 to Martinique, due to a new assignment from her father. It was in 1963 that the Royal family moved to metropolitan France in the village of Chamagne, near Épinal (Vosges). She met François Hollande (who has nothing to do with Holland) at ENA in the late 70s.

9. Jean-luc Mélenchon was born in Tangier, Morocco

He was born on August 19, 1951 in Tangier, Morocco, which was then an international zone. Like what to be a candidate for the presidential election one is not forced to be born in France. Don’t be deg Marine.

10. Nagui was born in Alexandria, Egypt

It was in 1961 that Nagui was born, in Alexandria in Egypt, where he stayed for 4 years before moving to France. Present in the French audiovisual landscape for 35 years, he is undoubtedly the Michel Drucker of tomorrow.

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