It has been said that the first job would the most memorable and the most glamorous of all careers that you will have. Some people do succeed from their first job, become promoted, became the boss, or even a part owner of the company, while for some, they just do it for there is no other choice of job that they can get nor maybe it’s just a first step to gain experiences.
There are also rare cases that for some, the first job or even the worst job they have would be the path that would lead them to stardom. Check out the famous actors and actresses who had a worse job before they become a star.
After dropping out of college while taking a pre-medical course, Murray found himself selling chestnuts in front a cheap grocery store. During the cold days of being a salesman, of a chestnut, his brother prompted him to study back in Chicago for a comedic act school. Still never found his luck, instead he got a great job being a golf caddy.
This renowned cowboy became one of the most manliest men around during his prime. Known for his cowboy roles that reads more like a Levis ad, Eastwood was a lumberjack, a fireman, a steel worker even an army swimming instructor before he got his first ever $75 pay per week.
Tatum is a college dropout, he was previously known as Chan Crawford as his stage name during his conventional gigs as a stripper. By this, Tatum was prepared for his role before the filming of Magic Mike, the role is new to him.
Yeah, this is a true from-rags-to-riches story, though from being a stripper he became a formidable actor, his old co-workers are a bit bitter about his success.
Some of his fellow strippers back in the days have stepped forward to accuse Tatum for stealing some of the dance moves and turn it over for the filming of Magic Mike. Tatum once said that being a stripper is an option for kids without a college education.
The beautiful Amy Adams was a hooters girl for 2 months, she took the job to buy her a car, a second hand car.
Adams said the it was not a good fit for her, though she was a dancer and used to dance around in a leotard and tights. But then she learned that wearing shorts and leotards has a lot of difference and never came back to get another shot of that job.
Wolverine or Logan, you may call him whatever you want, but all we know is that before he became a magician in The Prestige, he was a party clown. Jackman even said in an interview, "I was Coco the Clown and I had no magic tricks and I remember a six-year-old standing up at a party saying 'Mommy this clown is terrible, he doesn't know any tricks'-and he was right." Receiving a big time pay of $50 per show, Jackman never learned any trick until now.
James Bond- before he was known to be the special agent 007, Connery held a couple of odd jobs. During his stint in the Navy, he became fascinated with body building that open up an opportunity for an acting career.
Aside from being a coffin polisher, Connery was a milkman, even became a part time nude model. He found his fame after he got awarded to the third place in the Mr. Universe held in 1950. This marks the day of his glory, to become a movie star and became the first James Bond.