You know those words that seem impossible to spell right on the first try, but are nonetheless part of everyday language? "Apparent." "Vacuum." Even "misspell" is a tough one.
What if your name was as easy to misspell as, well, "misspell"? For some unlucky celebrities (and lucky people who write about them), typos in their names are just a part of the job. After all, there's a reason Cher ditched her birth name, Cherilyn Sarkisian La Piere, in favor of a more writer-friendly moniker.
Ahead, check out the nine hardest to spell celebrity names — and examples of mistakes — that prove that no matter how famous you are, you can't escape a typo.
The Canadian funnyman may be a staple in Judd Apatow films, but phonetics can trip up even the best of us.
Keira Knightley: So nice they gave her a name with twice the typos. Knightley faces the classic "e before i" problem, as well as a sneaky "e" thrown into her last name.
Two rs? Two ls? Hard to say. Sorry, Steve.
Ditto Will. Why bother with double consonants?
What's in a dame's name? An i, that's what.
Even Superman has a tough time remembering that the "Man of Steel" director spells his first name with a k.
More like Zach Galifiak-always-wrong-is.
There's a reason she's usually referred to as "ScarJo": Double s and t? ScarNo.
Yeah, we can't blame you. Google that one.