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13 Celebrity Parents and Their Jobs Before Fame (Photos)

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Brad Pitt had an interesting job before hitting it big in Hollywood.

Ever wonder where you favorite celebrities were before they hit big time? Only a few celebrities ever hit it big immediately. Most start as a busboy, a mail carrier, and even at Dunkin Donuts!

Have you ever wondered where Brad Pitt was before he became a father of six? Or where Jennifer Garner was before she married Ben Affleck? What about Mariah Carey before she hit platinum in the 90’s?

Take a look at the photos below and find out what your favorite celebrities were up to before they came to Hollywood!


  • Gwen Stefani 1 of 13
    Gwen Stefani
    Dairy Queen
  • Madonna 2 of 13
    Madonna
    Dunkin Donuts
  • Tina Fey 3 of 13
    Tina Fey
    YMCA Front Desk
  • Steve Carell 4 of 13
    Steve Carell
    Mail Carrier
  • Jennifer Garner 5 of 13
    Jennifer Garner
    Theatre Understudy ($150/week)
  • Elton John 6 of 13
    Elton John
    Weekend Pub Pianist
  • Amy Adams 7 of 13
    Amy Adams
    Hooters hostess
  • Mariah Carey 8 of 13
    Mariah Carey
    Backup Singer
  • Brad Pitt 9 of 13
    Brad Pitt
    Wore an El Pollo Loco Chicken Costume
  • Alec Baldwin 10 of 13
    Alec Baldwin
    Busboy at Studio 54
  • Larry King 11 of 13
    Larry King
    Cleaned a radio station in Miami, Florida
  • Jon Stewart 12 of 13
    Jon Stewart
    Puppeteer for children with disabilities
  • Steven Spielberg 13 of 13
    Steven Spielberg
    Universal Studios Intern
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[Photos via PacificCoastNews.com/PR Photos.]

 

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