Brad Pitt remains a fixture in Hollywood but between film shoots and red carpets he's been taking up a very different art: sculpting. The actor recently made his debut as a sculptor in a group show at the Sara Hildén Art Museum in Tampere, Finland,

Mike Tyson You might not be surprised by this one, as Tyson has been quite vocal about his love of pigeons. He's a pigeon racer, and he said his love of pigeons came from his childhood, growing up in a rough area of Brooklyn but finding solace with the "homers."

Margot Robbie While on the set of 'S u i c i d e  Squad,' Robbie showed off a surprising talent as a tattoo artist. She said in an interview that she's done over 50 tattoos, with her own tattoo gun and, according to her, she's only getting worse.

Jennifer Garner: actress, mother, clogger. She has admitted to possessing many "hillbilly" talents, including playing the spoons, but the wooden-shoe dance takes the cake.  

Before his career took flight, Harrison Ford was a licensed pilot! Later on, he became so skilled he even received a few awards for his aerial talent.

Geena Davi The 'Thelma & Louise' star once competed in the US Olympic semifinals for archery! Just two years after picking up the hobby in 1997, she placed 24th out of 300 women, which wasn't enough to qualify for the 2000 Summer Olympics but was enough to impress us all.                        

Sydney Sweeney has burst onto the public stage as a talented actress in shows like 'Euphoria Sweeney is also a trained mixed martial arts fighter, as she told Kelly Clarkson on her talk show last year that she got "very into" fighting and trained with Ronda Rousey's MMA Sensei.