A lot of famous people are one-trick ponies -- good at sports or acting or making music or making sex tapes. Ironically, very few one trick ponies are famous. But we digress. We’re one trick ponies and even our mom’s stopped pretending that we’re special after that unfortunate holiday incident several years ago.  

It’s worth pointing out that there are a select few celebrities that transcend their known genre of expertise, excelling in another field entirely that you'd never expect.

We asked our readers to practice a little Google Fu to bring us these individuals and gave money for the best submissions. And, would you believe it, did they ever.

Here’s our question? How did Prince get so good at pool? And does he really need it? He’s got incredible dance moves, a wild discography and a rabid fan base.  Leave some for the rest of us! Plus, you think he’d be a little busy, you know, making chart topping hits and touring the world.

Prince is just the tip of the ice berg…for more wild tales, keep on scrolling. You won’t regret it.

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David McCallum's acting career spans over 50 years, from The Man From U.N.C.LE. to N.C.I.S. but he's also a composer of note. You'd recognize The Edg

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CRACKED.OOM Richard Nixon was a multi-instrumentalist. Although he never learned to read music, Nixon could skillfully play the piano, saxophone, clar

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Plato was a well known wrestler In fact his name Plato (real name Aristocles) was given to him by his wrestling coach. CRACKED

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BVLGAR CRACKEDOON (000 A Hilary Swank competed in swimming in the Junior Olympics, and was ranked the fifth all-round gymnast in her state.

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Richard Gere knows how to play multiple instruments, including the guitar, piano, and trumpet. And he composes. Gere would write the music for high- s

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