Arnold Schwarzenegger: The Terminator to The Governator
At the ripe age of 20, he was known as Mr. Universe. Later, it was Mr. Olympia, a title he held seven times. While bodybuilding, he was featured in the documentary “Pumping Iron,” which documented one of the Mr. Olympia contests and eventually helped jump start his struggling acting career. He went on to become a household name for his notable roles in "Conan the Barbarian," "Predator," "The Terminator" movies and as everybody’s favorite ferret-wielding hero in "Kindergarten Cop." Then, Arnold decided to turn his attention to politics.
Schwarzenegger became the Governor of California in 2003 after a spontaneous two-month campaign. Soon enough the “Governator” was cleaning house in California, squashing his Democratic “girly men” opponents in office and playing a key role in the passing of some major propositions. He served two terms before leaving office in 2011. Arnold is now back to acting and is rumored to appear in another Conan and Terminator movie.