What Celebrities Did Before They Became Famous
Claire Miles - June 26, 2019

Happiness Is Fun

By Pauline Oliver

Happy is as happy does
When all is said and done
Truly being happy
Starts with having fun

Set those happiness endorphins free
To flood your stressed out brain
With lots of happy thoughts
To relax and ease the strain
Eat chocolate
And laugh-a-lot

Chew chilis hot and red
Wear bright colours instead

Keep a dog or a cat
Try yoga on a mat

Feel sunshine warm your being
Seek beauty for the seeing

Classical music wins by miles
Exchanging lots of smiles

That's how to raise your spirit
Lift your body and your mind
This daily dose of happiness
Is a pleasure - you will find.
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Claire Miles - Oct 10, 2019
Trader Joe's Pumpkin Spice Mask
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Claire Miles - Oct 09, 2019
Lena Headey's New Sacred Tattoo
Game of Thrones’ Lena Headey got a new tattoo and in queenly fashion announced the fresh ink on Instagram a few hours beofre the Emmy Awards. Well known for her character Cersei Lannister on the HBO series, Headey posted a closeup photo of her new tattoo on September 22. She wrote in the caption, “@_dr_woo_ […]
Marc Gordon - Oct 08, 2019
Meet This Midwestern Tattoo Artist
It seems like nowadays everyone and their mother has a tattoo. And it isn’t just growing in popularity on the East and West coasts, the Midwestern tattoo scene is growing pretty rapidly, too. One artist that should be on your radar is Carrie Metz-Caporusso (@carrie_metz_caporusso). She’s an Ann Arbor, Michigan tattoo artist who has gained […]
Laura Lee - Oct 07, 2019
'The Walking Dead' Spinoff Trailer
AMC premiered a trailer for the untitled The Walking Dead spinoff slated to debut this coming spring. The trailer premiere was shown during the show’s panel at Comic-Con, where one of the stars of the show, Alexa Mansour, compared the apocalyptic coming of age drama to Stand By Me. The trailer showed shots of teenage survivors beyond […]
Marc Gordon - Oct 06, 2019

Before making names for themselves in the public spotlight, most celebrities held simple, ordinary jobs. Just like the rest of us, they put in their dues working long hours, grueling work, and dealing with bad managers. Check out what our favorite celebrities were up to before they joined Hollywood’s elite. 

 

Rachel McAdams made orange juice at McDonald’s.

 

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Among other responsibilities, McAdams was an employee at the fast-food chain for nearly three years. She reportedly broke said orange juice machine while on the job.

 

 

Megan Fox was bananas about smoothies.

 

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The actress was working at a smoothie shop in Florida prior to her acting career. Although, dressing up as a banana and acting like you want to sell smoothies was probably some good practice.

 

Meghan Markle wrote calligraphy on wedding invitations.

 

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The soon-to-be royal had a variety of jobs before landing herself a position in the spotlight. Her favorite of her past professions? Wedding invitation calligraphy.

 

 

Johnny Depp sold ballpoint pens.

 

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Before making it in Hollywood, the avant-garde actor spent his days as a telemarketer selling a product everyone needs: ballpoint pens.

 

Amy Adams took orders at Hooters.

 

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The red-headed bombshell probably made a nice amount of tips working at the appropriately named restaurant. She didn’t last long as a waitress before making it in Hollywood, though.

 

 

Patrick Dempsey was a world champion juggler.

 

 

In the early 1980s, Dempsey came in second place in the Junior Division of the International Jugglers Competition (which is a thing that exists, by the way).

 

Jon Hamm designed sets for porn films.

 

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Allegedly he only worked on ‘soft-core’ films, and was responsible for designing basic sets for the… erm… actors and actresses.