First Jobs of the Rich and Famous Remind us We All Have to Start Somewhere!

Everyone has to get their start somewhere, even celebrities! Some of today’s biggest entertainers, inventors and politicians once worked as ice-cream scoopers, shoes shiners and even mental hospitals!

Here are the stars who prove it doesn’t matter where you start – just where you’re heading!

Amy Adams: A Hooters Waitress
“I was a hostess at Hooters, and that was sort of fun. I was 17, and then when I was 18, I waited [tables] for about a month. I wasn’t cut out to be a waitress, and I certainly wasn’t cut out to be a Hooters waitress. That was a short-lived ambition.”

Jim Carrey Security Guard Janitor
It was a family affair! “We all got a job, where the whole family had to work as security guards and janitors.”

Chris Rock: Red Lobster Server
“The thing about Red Lobster is that if you work there, you can’t afford to eat there. You’re making minimum wage. A shrimp costs minimum wage.”

Madonna Dunkin Donuts
“I was sacked from Dunkin’ Donuts for squirting the donuts jelly all over the customers.”

Channing Tatum: Stripper
“I was young and dumb. But it was a very good time.”

Donald Trump: Collected Empty Bottles
Jerry Seinfeld Sold Light Bulbs
Michael Bloomberg: Parking lot attendant
Richard Branson: Christmas Tree
Oprah Winfrey First Job Grocery Clerk
Kanye West Worked At Gap
Sting School Teacher
Sylvester Stallone Lion Cage Cleaner
Jerry Seinfeld Sold Light Bulbs
JK Rowling Secretary
Brad Pitt El Pollo Loco Chicken
Barack Obama Baskin Robbins
Bill Murray Sold Chestnuts
Demi Moore Worked As Debt Collector
Howie Mandel Amusement Park Operator
Rush Limbaugh First Job Shining Shoes
Mick Jagger Porter Mental Hospital
Nancy Grace First Job Candy Counter Sears
Whoopi Goldberg Bricklayer
Danny Devito Hair Stylist
Johnny Depp Telemarketer Pens
Mark Cuban Sold Garbage Bags
Sheryl Crow Music Teacher
Sean Diddy Combs Paper Boy
Ben Cohen Taxi Driver
George Clooney Tobacco Cutter
Warren Buffett Worked As Paperboy

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