Famous Texans

Everything is bigger in Texas including these stars

From the LifeMinute.TV Team

February 1, 2021

Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx was born in Terrell. He helped out his fellow Texans after Hurricane Harvey by designing a limited charity edition tee with 100% of the proceeds supporting relief efforts.

Queen Bey proudly hails from Houston. She first started her music career in the city forming band Girl's Tyme with Kelly Rowland also from the Lone Star State.

American Idol sensation, Kelly Clarkson was born in Fort Worth, grew up in Burleson and auditioned for the show that would change her life in Dallas at the age of 20.

Texan Matthew McConaughey, who attended the University of Texas at Austin, filled his alma mater’s football stadium seats with cardboard cut outs of himself from various movie roles at a game last October.

Katy, TX native Renée Zellweger who also attended University of Texas At Austin, reminded the world last year of her roots when her southern twang notably came out while she accepted the Golden Globe for Best Actress.

Growing up in Houston the home of NASA Johnson Space Center, Dennis Quaid told us one of his most beloved roles was playing his favorite astronaut Gordon Cooper.

Woody Harrelson was born in Midland. His estranged father, Charles Voyde Harrelson was a Texan hitman.

Eva Longoria was once Miss Corpus Christie and even competed in the Miss Texas USA pageant.

The famous brothers Owen and Luke Wilson grew up in a suburb outside of Dallas.

Selena Gomez grew up in the small down Grand Prairie, in Dallas County and now has a 10,000 square foot mansion in Forth Worth.

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