Chris Hemsworth used to work at a pharmacy, cleaning breast pumps.
Jon Hamm was a drama teacher at a high school.
One of his students was Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star Ellie Kemper, who he taught when she was a freshman.
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Danny DeVito was a hairdresser, and styled the hair of dead people.
He took a job at his sister's beauty salon and sometimes people would request that, after they die, they wanted their hair styled by an employee there.
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Jeremy Renner was a makeup artist.
He has said that as he only had to work a few hours a week, it allowed him to go off to auditions.
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Julie Walters was a nurse.
She signed up for training aged eighteen, and left the profession after a year-and-a-half.
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Ken Jeong was a practicing doctor.
He still has a licence to practice in California, and says that people come to him with medical questions on every set he's on.
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Oscar Issac used to work at a hospital, transporting dead bodies.
His father worked at the hospital, and Oscar's duties included taking people for their X-rays and transporting bodies to the morgue.
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Demi Moore worked at a debt-collection agency.
She worked there aged sixteen after dropping out of high school.
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Ray Romano used to be a bank teller.
It's where he met his wife Anna, who was also a teller.
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Tiffany Haddish worked in customer service for Alaska Airlines.
After quitting the job, she started to hit the standup circuit.
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Hugh Jackman was a gym teacher.
He worked at a boarding school in Rutland, England back in 1987.
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Harrison Ford was a carpenter.
He actually had a chance meeting with George Lucas while doing some carpentry work, and the rest is history!
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Samuel L Jackson was a social worker.
He spent two years in the profession before returning to college.
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Alan Rickman ran a graphic design business.
The late Harry Potter and Love Actually star studied the subject at university and ran the business for several years.
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Steve Buscemi was a firefighter, and after 9/11 he worked shifts at his old station to help look for survivors.
In the '80s he worked for the New York City Fire Department for four years.
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Eva Longoria was an aerobics instructor.
She has a degree in kinesiology, which is the study of body movement.
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Chris Hemsworth worked at a pharmacy, where he would clean breast pumps.
It was in response to being asked what his weirdest job was, and he added that he used to scrub them with a spray and a toothbrush.
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Gina Rodriguez worked as a nanny, specialising in looking after twins.
She trained for three months to get her certification, after the nanny working for her sister told her she could “make a killing” doing it.
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Chris Pratt was a manager at a coupon company.
He started off as a coupon salesman, but was so good at it he was given an office to run.
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