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According to Jennifer Lawrence, if she hadn't been a movie star then she would have been a stripper. I guess that is a loss to a lot of horny drunk guys with nowhere else to go at 3am.
The 26-year-old admitted this during a two-minute interview with Vanity Fair. When she was asked what she would be doing if she wasn't an actress, she said: "uh, lying in a ditch." When asked again, she said: "Stripping."
You can watch the full interview here...
Anyway that got me thinking about the other careers famous people might have had. So, here are some real-life examples of careers that might have been...
Buscemi was a firefighter in New York City before he was famous and even returned for several days and worked 12-hour shifts alongside other firefighters to sift through the rubble from the World Trade Centre after 9/11.
If he hadn't become an actor he would have probably continued doing that.
Before he was an actor, Allen worked as a drug dealer. He was reportedly even arrested at Kalamazoo airport with over a pound of cocaine. But he did such a good job in Home Improvements, I imagine that he would have worked his way out of the drug trade and instead worked as a painter and decorator.
Before Jerry Springer became a famous talk show, he worked on Robert Kennedy's presidential campaign. He also worked at a law firm in Cincinnati, Ohio, and Springer served as mayor of the city for a single year in 1977.
With all his experience, I predict that had he continued down that route, rather than pursuing the cheap validation of television fame, he would have become the Democratic presidential nominee rather than Hillary Clinton. Would he have beaten Donald Trump?
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