Celebrity Marathoners: Are You Faster?

Katie Holmes, Ryan Reynolds and Oprah are among some of the celebrities who have dared to go the full 26.2. Check out other celebrity marathoners and their race times.

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Anthony Edwards, best known for his role as Dr. Greene on "E.R.," has run the Chicago Marathon three times. His first time, he finished in 4 hours and 13 minutes. Click to check out what other celebrities clocked in for their marathons.
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Pamela Anderson will be running the ING New York City Marathon this year but, no, it won't be in slow motion. The former "Baywatch" star hopes to raise $500,000 for Haiti relief.
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Natalie Morales, the "Today Show" co-host, last ran a marathon in 2006 where she clocked in a final time of 3 hours and 31 minutes. She and her husband, Joe, crossed the finish line together, holding hands.
Before he admitted to doping, Lance Armstrong competed in the New York City Marathon in both 2006 and 2007. For his first marathon, his time was 2 hours and 59 minutes while the following year he clocked in at 2 hours and 46 minutes.
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Apolo Ohno is the most decorated winter Olympian and, in 2011, he added another impressive feat to his resume. The speed skater competed in the New York City Marathon finishing with a time of 3 hours and 25 minutes.
Despite speculation that she never actually participated in the race, photos surfaced confirming that Katie Holmes did actually run, finishing with a time of 5:29:58. She's shown here with ex-husband Tom Cruise and their daughter Suri after she completed the New York City Marathon in 2007. Click to see more.
Oprah Winfrey may have been criticized for her fluctuating weight over the years, but in 1994 she completed the Marine Corps Marathon with a time of 4:29:20.
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Sean "P. Diddy" Combs ran the New York City Marathon in 2003 with the very public goal of "crushing" Oprah's time. He did just that, finishing the race with a time of 4:14:54.
Singer Alanis Morissette also joined the list of celebrity marathoners, having completed the Bizz Johnson Trail Marathon in Northern California with a time of 4:17:03.
Actor (and former fiance of fellow runner Alanis Morissette) Ryan Reynolds completed the 2008 New York City Marathon with a personal best of 3:50:22.
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Actor Shia Laboeuf shows off his medal at the finish line of the 25th L.A. Marathon, March 2010 in Santa Monica, California. He finished the race with a time of 4:35:31.
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British comedian and actor Eddie Izzard proved to go beyond the extra mile, having completed 43 marathons in 51 days on a 1,100-mile run across the U.K. His personal best time was 5:00:30.
The 43rd President of the United States George W. Bush is no stranger to the pavement, as he ran the Houston Marathon in 1993 in a time of 3 hours and 45 minutes.
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Funny man Will Ferrell finished the Boston Marathon in 2003 with a time of 3:56:12.
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Rock legend David Lee Roth of Van Halen laced up for the New York City Marathon back in 1987, completing the race in 6:04:43.
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EMPTY_CAPTION"Lord of the Rings" star Sean Astin has run in the Los Angeles Marathon three times. His personal best: 4 hours and 4 minutes in 1998. He also ran in 2010 with a pulled calf muscle, finishing with a time of 5:16, and ran again in 2012 with a time of 4:25:47.
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Actor and television personality Mario Lopez celebrated after completing the 2011 New York City Marathon with a time of 4:23:29.
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Gordon Ramsay took a moment to step out of "Hell's Kitchen" for the Virgin London Marathon in 2012. His time was 4:26:21.
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Jenny Craig spokesperson Valerie Bertinelli finished the Boston Marathon in 2010 with a time of 5:14:34. More impressively, this was just four days before her 50th birthday.
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Australian songbird Natalie Imbruglia completed the 2010 Virgin London Marathon in a time of 5 hours and 2 minutes.
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