The First Jobs of 24 Celebrities

The First Jobs of 24 Celebrities

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Everybody starts somewhere.  Even the biggest celebrities started out working mundane, even crappy jobs.

We dug through some lists online, and came up with first jobs, early jobs, and / or side gigs of the rich and famous.

Here are 24 of our favorites . . .

1.  Brad Pitt . . . El Pollo Loco Chicken Mascot

2.  Megan Fox . . . Smoothie Maker, Banana Mascot

3.  “Hamilton” star Lin-Manuel Miranda . . . Slushee Machine Operator

4.  Madonna . . . Dunkin’ Donuts Cashier

5.  Rachel McAdams . . . McDonald’s

6.  Gwen Stefani . . . Dairy Queen

7.  Beyoncé . . . Hair Salon Sweeper

8.  Taylor Swift . . . Bug Remover at a Christmas Tree Farm

9.  Orlando Bloom . . . Clay Trapper at a Pigeon Shooting Range

10.  Ashton Kutcher . . . Floor Sweeper at a General Mills Factory

11.  Patrick Dempsey . . . Juggler.   (Skip to the 2:50 mark in this video to see him in action.)

12.  Lady Gaga . . . Go-Go Dancer

13.  Matthew McConaughey . . . Chicken Coop Cleaner

14.  Hugh Jackman . . . High School Gym Teacher

15.  Johnny Depp . . . Ballpoint Pen Salesman

16.  Jennifer Aniston . . . Telemarketer

17.  Amy Adams . . . Hooters Hostess

18.  Kanye West . . . The Gap

19.  Sean Connery . . . Milkman

20.  Oprah . . . Grocery Store Clerk

21.  Blake Shelton . . . House Painter and Roofer

22.  George Clooney . . . Tried Out for the Cincinnati Reds

23.  Morgan Freeman . . . Paperboy

24.  Tim Allen . . . Cocaine Dealer

Lady Gaga, Manager Troy Carter Split

Lady Gaga, Manager Troy Carter Split

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Lady Gaga and her manager Troy Carter are done. The reason is “creative differences.”

Carter created Gaga’s career in 2007 and got her a deal at Interscope. He was apparently cut out of the “ARTPop” album campaign and Gaga refused his advice.

It all came to a head the other night at the YouTube Awards when millions of people watched Gaga in the darkness singing a ballad called “Dope.”

Carter manages John Legend and other artists.

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