Photos: Ten most popular Boulder natives on Internet Movie Database

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Yesterday, when we shared our list of the ten most popular Denver natives on Internet Movie Database, we marveled at the surprises -- notables we didn't know hailed from here or hadn't heard of, period.

Well, the ten most popular people born in Boulder as judged by IMDB are even more unexpected. They include a porn actress, a stuntwoman, a prolific screenwriter, an Emmy winning former soap-opera star and Norm Gunderson from Fargo, as well as a certain Sex and the City star. Check out the full roster.

Number 10: Kylie Ireland
Date of birth: 26 May 1970, Boulder, Colorado, USA
Actress: Deep Anal Abyss 3, Star Wars XXX: A Porn Parody
Colorado-born Kylie Ireland was an only child. Her parents divorced when she was a teenager, and after living with her father in Colorado for a few years she moved to San DIego to live with her mother. She began dancing in strip clubs, where she met adult-film actress Juli Ashton, and soon she traveled to Los Angeles to break into the porn industry...

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Number 9: Justin Torkildsen
Date of birth: 3 July 1981, Boulder, Colorado, USA
Actor: The Bold and the Beautiful

Justin Torkildsen portrays Rick Forrester, son of Eric Forrester and Brooke Logan, on The Bold and the Beautiful. Born and raised in Boulder, Colorado, Justin learned to ski at the age of two and continued to enjoy outdoor activities as he grew up, including ski racing, ice hockey, track, skateboarding, rollerblading, mountain biking and rock climbing. He also had a wonderful opportunity teaching handicapped people to ski. Justin attended Boulder High, where he was an all-star baseball player and earned a letter managing the girls' swim team....

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Continue to keep counting down the ten most popular Boulder natives on Internet Movie Database.

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