9 Super Hot Female Celebs Who Are Total Nerds

There is officially no reason to feel ashamed for being a geek or nerd anymore. The stereotypical look of geeks and nerds has rapidly changed because more and more beautiful celebrities are professing their love for video games and comic books every day. While there are dozens of female celebrity nerds, these are the nine hottest. Click through to see who we picked as the hottest nerd on the planet!

9. Adrianne Curry

Adrianne Curry may be a supermodel, but that does not stop her from enjoying the nerdy things in life. Not only is she a “World of Warcraft” addict, but she is also a regular at Comic-Con. She is constantly taking pictures of herself with her latest nerdy purchase to post on Twitter. Curry even hosts a web series with Stan Lee.

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8. Jessica Chobot

Jessica Chobot has used her amazing looks to land several major modeling jobs, but she never abandons her love of video games. She has hosted several video game shows on G4 and IGN. Jessica is such a video game nerd that she has a “Zelda” tattoo. Her love of video games even landed her a job as a character in “Mass Effect 3.”

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7. Morgan Webb

Every young guy that loves video games certainly knows that Morgan Webb belongs on this list. Webb spent the vast majority of her career working reviewing video games on G4 TV’s “X-Play” before the show was canceled. She has also done photo shoots and video game articles for “FHM.”

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6. Janina Gavankar

Janina Gavankar regularly professes her love of video games any chance she gets. The actress, who is best known for playing Shiva on “The League” and Luna on “True Blood,” has stated in several interviews that one of the most exciting days in her life was when she saw the first advertisement for “Portal 2.” Gavankar also plays “Dr. Mario” after having a rough and stressful day.

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5. Aisha Tyler

Aisha Tyler got her start in Hollywood as a stand-up comedian, but has quickly become a huge star by hosting “The Talk” and “Whose Line is it Anyways.” Her nerdy side is not on display much during her day jobs, but Tyler is an avid video game player. She even stated once in an interview that she befriended a kid in grade school just so she could play their Atari. Tyler has parlayed her celebrity status and love of video games to get voice over work in several hit games.

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4. Felicia Day

While it certainly is not easy, Felicia Day may actually be the nerdiest woman on this list. She created, wrote and starred in the popular web series “The Guild” to prove that there are millions of female video game players. She then went on to create another web series, “Dragon Age: Redemption,” based on the “Dragon Age” video game series.

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3. Rosario Dawson

Rosario Dawson may have an booming film career, but she does not let that stop her from enjoying comic books and “Star Trek.” Dawson has created her own comic book entitled “Occult Crimes Taskforce.” She even knows how to speak perfect Klingon, which she has shown off during several television interviews. Dawson is going to make almost every list of hot female celebrities, so it is impossible to keep her off this list when she has done things most nerds dream of.

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2. Danica McKeller

Danica McKeller is best known for playing the role of Winnie Cooper on the television show “The Wonder Years,” but she is also one of the smartest celebrities in the world. She has used her UCLA math degree to write four popular books explaining how math can be fun for teenagers. She has even displayed her brain as a guest star on an episode of “The Big Bang Theory.”

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1. Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis is considered to be one of the hottest women in Hollywood, but not many know that she is also a big video game nerd. The actress that is best known for her work on “That 70’s Show” and “Ted” has regularly professed that she spent so much time playing “World of Warcraft” that it was affecting her life. While she had to give up on her deep dedication to “World of Warcraft,” Kunis will always have a deep affection for video games.

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