7 Companies You Didn’t Know Were Owned By Celebs

When these celebrities aren't impressing us with their on-screen talent and singing chops, they're making a name for themselves in the world of business. We bet you didn't know these seven surprising companies were owned by celebrities — check them out: 

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1. Jennifer Lopez

What doesn't Jennifer Lopez do? The Bronx-born gal founded production company Nuyorican Productions with manager Benny Medina by her side.

2. George Clooney

George Clooney began tequila company Casamigos in 2013 with longtime friends Rande Gerber and Mike Meldman. Clooney and his team have seen unprecedented success as one of the leading ultra premium tequilas on the shelf.

3. Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston dove into the world of beauty as co-owner of Living Proof hair care. "Over the years, my hair has been subjected by everything... blow dryers, flatirons, curling irons, colors, extensions, you name it," Aniston said of the venture. "After using these products, I felt like I finally discovered a solution that works every day."

4. Raquel Welch

The unstoppable Raquel Welch wanted to cater to all women with her wig line Hair U Wear. The company offers a variety of styles and aims to inspire all through the product.

5. Gisele Bündchen

Gisele Bundchen's Brazilian upbringing led her to develop natural skincare company Sejaa Beauty. Bundchen created environmentally friendly products that use all-natural ingredients to cater to every skincare need.

6. Will Ferrell

Leave it to funny man Will Ferrell to put all of his humor into an Emmy-winning comedy site. The comedian, along with Adam McKay and Chris Henchy, founded Funny or Die, which is chock full of hilarious viral videos and other content to keep you giggling for hours.

7. La La Anthony

In 2013, La La Anthony launched clothing company 5th & Mercer, offering fashionable outfits inspired by the Afro-Puerto Rican's trendy style.