When a reporter inquired as to why the ex-boy band singer was sticking his big toe in the acting pool, Kunis shot back, asking "What sort of question is that? Why are you here?" Not only is it admirable that the hot starlet jumped to her buddy's defense, it's was most fascinating to hear her do it in Russian. Many of her fans may not realize that she was born in the Ukraine and English is her second language.
Some were born outside the United States and speak another language, while others learned foreign languages in school. While none of us are surprised to hear that stars like Arnold Schwarzenegger, America Ferrara or Jean-Claude Van Damme speak a language other than English, others may surprise you.Kim Cattrall is best known for playing the role of saucy Samantha Jones in the "Sex and the City" TV shows and movies. Many fans do not know that the actress speaks fluent German. During the 1980s, she was married to her second husband, Andre J. Lyson. During the course of their relationship, the couple lived in Frankfurt.
He also has proven that he has a knack for mastering a foreign language. When the sports superstar was just a lad, his dad uprooted the family and moved them to Italy in pursuit of his own basketball career. While frolicking on the playgrounds in Italy, the future LA Laker learned speak Italian.Unlike Cattrall and Bryant, English is a second language to Charlize Theron, not the first. The "Monster" star was born in South Africa, and her first words were uttered in Afrikaans. She didn't learn English until she was a teenager, acquiring a mastery of the language watching American TV shows. Interesting fact.
Many Japanese language courses while attending school. After graduation, the star of "The Incredible Hulk" moved to Osaka, Japan to work as a consultant for his grandfather's business. While not 100% fluent, the actor doesn't seem like he'll ever have a problem ordering saki and sashimi on his next East Asian excursion.Jodie Foster attended a fancy French-language prep school, eventually graduating as her class' valedictorian. Thanks to her education, she is now fluent in French and speaks it perfectly without an accent.