Actor and wrestler Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson can trace his roots back to Ireland on his father's side.
The fitness fanatic only discovered his Irish lineage a few years ago.
Johnson (46) hails from a family that boasts a rich, multi-cultural heritage - and a line of famous fighters.
His father Rocky Johnson, who was also a WWE wrestler, is a Black Nova Scotian of Irish descent and his mother is Samoan. His maternal grandfather Peter Maivia was also a prominent professional wrestler.
Rocky Johnson, born Wayde Douglas Bowles, is descended from the Black Loyalists who emigrated to Canada after escaping from a southern plantation in the US with the British they had sided with after the American Revolutionary War.
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"I have some strong Irish blood on my dad's side of the family," The Rock confirmed to Entertainment.ie back in 2014 when he made the discovery.
"I've always felt like I was tough and had a little bit of luck and I can drink," he laughed.
In fact, Dwayne is a traditional Gaelic name - derived from the Welsh monk, Saint Dubhán who established an abbey in Hook Head Ireland during the 5th century.