Just like any of us, Nick Jonas has to get his hair cut every once in a while. This was true even when he was a child, and that’s where his story in the entertainment industry began. His mom had taken him to a hair salon, and someone happened to overhear him singing.
That someone was a talent manager, and from there this Jonas’s path was set. He became a child Broadway star by the time he was a teenager, and he signed his first record deal at the age of eleven!
Pamela Anderson Went From the Jumbotron to Showbusiness
It was the 80s and Pamela worked as a fitness instructor. One day, she went to a B.C. Lions football game. For a pair of reasons we think you all understand, she got put up on the jumbotron, which prompted a cheering crowd. The response was so memorable that the Labatt company hired her as a spokesmodel!
She moved on to “Playboy,” and then switched to acting. Her big break came on none other than “Home Improvement,” where she was the original Tool Time Girl. Most of us became huge fans of hers during her “Baywatch” era.
Evangeline Lilly Was Approached by Her Future on the Street
Evangeline Lilly was at first hesitant to join the entertainment industry when a Ford Models agent spotted her on the streets of Kelowna, British Columbia. After the agent explained how lucrative modeling and acting could be, Lilly was a little more interested. To earn money for college, she started working on TV commercials.
Her friends pushed her to try harder, and her agent ended up getting her an audition for the TV show “Lost.” She got the part of Kate Austin, and from there the sky was the limit – she's also appeared in Marvel movies and the Hobbit series.
Kate Moss Was Working on Her Tan
The thing about a lot of supermodels is, they're eventually going to be discovered. Incredible beauty will give you that. Kate Moss, one of the biggest supermodels of the nineties was only fourteen when she was discovered by Sarah Doukas, the founder of Storm Model Management.
Kate and her family were on a vacation to The Bahamas in 1988. She's now a businesswoman and fashion designer as well as a famous face of beauty. “Time” named her one of the world's most influential people in 2007.
Morgan Freeman Lived His Childhood Dream
He's played everything from God to a lifetime convict in a prison, but before all that, Morgan Freeman was a big fan of the movies. As a kid, he would save up all his cash to see the new films. He always knew what he wanted to do, but things weren't that simple.
He first pursued a career in the U.S. Air Force. When that came to an end, Freeman moved to Los Angeles and took classes at the Pasadena Playhouse. From there it was pretty standard – he auditioned, he got roles, he got famous.