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Taye Diggs

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You mean, they're not perfect after all?!

It looks like even the beauties and hunks of Tinseltown have their own little quirks, and, for some, that includes being born with extra appendages (we're talking fingers and nipples here, people).

Private Practice star Taye Diggs revealed on The Talk today that he was born with an extra finger on each hand (but they got removed as a child, which is too bad because he could have been "real handy").

And it looks like he's not alone...

Gemma Arterton, Tamara Drewe

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2. Gemma Arterton: It looks like the gorgeous brunette known for her roles in Prince of Persia and Quantum of Solace has something in common with Diggs. She, too, was born with twelve fingers.

"It's my little oddity that I'm really proud of. People are really interested but repulsed at the same time," she told The Daily Mail in 2008. But her "little oddity" departed from her body when she was just a baby.

Lily Allen

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3. Lily Allen: Women with three nipples?! It happens. And the singer was gracious enough to flash her supernumerary nipple (that's the legit name) on British television in 2007. Ever since, she's been a proud promoter of her minor deformity, letting a Dutch television host touch it and pulling it out during radio interviews.

Halle Berry

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4. Halle Berry: This should make a lot of women feel slightly better about themselves...the stunning actress has an extra toe! OK, so she's still hotter than the Earth's core (seriously though, have you seen her bod?!), but that's an interesting fact. In photos, it appears that the actress has an extra little piggy next to her small toe.

Zac Efron, Mark Wahlberg

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5. Mark Wahlberg and Zac Efron: You thought Chandler from Friends was the only one sporting a nubbin? Hardly. Two studs seem to also be in the superfluous areola club. These two heart throbs each have a third nipple, although you've probably been too distracted by their abs to notice. And they don't mind it, anyway. At least Marky Mark doesn't. "I've come to embrace it. That thing's my prized possession," he told Rolling Stone magazine.