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When it comes to that miscreant Justin Bieber, neither Canada nor the United States seems to want the kid, if Olympic hockey billboards are to be believed.

He's Canadian, just for the record. Sorry, you're not perfect after all, Canada.

Other famous faces, however, actually bring honor and pride to their countries of birth, so much so that America would gladly claim them for her own.

Many stars born elsewhere who work primarily in the U.S. seek dual citizenship, and that's actually pretty neat if you think about it. They love us! They really love us!

They seem as American as apple pie, but plenty of your favorite stars weren't born here at all. See 29 examples below ... and you'll never believe #29:

Natalie Portman
Natalie Portman, nee Natalie Hershlag, was born in Jerusalem in 1981. She has dual citizenship in the United States and Israel.

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The dating scene is tough to break into when your job demands wonky hours and call times at 2 a.m. Maybe that's why so many TV stars date their coworkers.

Hey, it's not like they don't have anything in common, right? 

But things get a little weird when a real life couple doubles as a on-screen couple. To insanely dedicated fandoms, it's hard to tell where art is imitating life and vice versa.

At least for those 'shippers who border on a little too dedicated (you know who you are, Nian fans)! Take a look at 21 famous couples on TV and in life:

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis
The running joke during That 70s Show was that Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis should date in real life. Now they're engaged with a baby on the way.

While some of these real life relationships were as short as the seasons in which the on-camera romances took place, others were slightly more successful.

Which are your favorites?

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