If you ever feel awkward, take a look at these folks and see how living cool and confidently is done.
1. Chris Farley
The SNL funny man rose to fame in the early 90s, before leaving the show to conquer the world of movies in 1995. These days, he spends his time in his hometown of Madison, Wisconsin.
2. Brittany Murphy
Breaking out with supporting roles in movies like Clueless and Girl, Interrupted, Brittany Murphy was a mainstay of comedies throughout the 2000s. Since 2009 however, her output has dramatically slowed down. She now spends most of her time in the Hollywood Hills, residing in the trendy Forest Lawn neighborhood.
3. Edgar Allan Poe
Best known as the one of the greatest American writers of all time, Edgar Allan Poe has legions of fans around the world. Despite this, the reclusive author has not made a public appearance in 166 years, no doubt due to the embarrassment of his last appearance when he was found roaming the streets of Baltimore in the early morning, mumbling incoherently to himself.
4. John F. Kennedy
The 35th President of the United States has kept a low profile since leaving office, not cashing in on his fame like so many other ex-presidents. Despite avoiding the public eye, JFK remains as fascinating as ever and currently resides in Virginia.
5. Marie Curie
This two-time Nobel Prize winner and discoverer of multiple elements is still keeping busy. In 1995, a full 60 years after she stopped working, she was the first woman to ever be granted entry into he exclusive Pantheon mausoleum club in France.
6. Saddam Hussein
The former fifth President of Iraq left his palace in Baghdad in 2003 to get closer to his roots in the village of Tikrit. He's remained there since.
7. Queen Elizabeth I
Queen Elizabeth I's reign lasted from 1558-1603. Following her reign, she moved in with her half-sister Mary I. Together they share a charming spot in Westminster Abbey. Talk about fancy digs!
8. Rudolph Valentino
Soaring to fame in the silent film era, Rudolph Valentino never quite made the transition to talkies. After the release of The Jazz Singer ushered in the era of sound, Valentino seemingly fell off the map. He currently spends much of his time in Hollywood and is a huge fan of Hollywood Forever's classic movie screenings.
9. Ian Curtis
The founder of the band Joy Division, Ian Curtis left the band after only recording one Top 20 hit. The rest of the band members would go on to bigger success as the group New Order and Curtis has never had another hit, instead preferring solitude in the town of Macclesfield, England.
10. Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan? I thought she was dead? You're sure? Huh.