What are the first real-life jobs of these celebrities?

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From fast food to door-to-door insurance, the early jobs of these celebrities were far from glamorous.

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Israeli actress Gal Gadot isn't shy about declaring her love for working out and staying shape.
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Question 1 of 11 Score: 0

This Wonder Woman's first job was flipping burgers at:

At the age of 15, Israeli actress Gal Gadot left behind her earlier gigs babysitting and took up her first real job at a local Burger King. The fast food franchise is going through a revival in her home country, with 50 new locations expected to open in the next year.

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American actress Amy Adams at Comic-Con.
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At 17, American actress Amy Adams was a hostess at this restaurant:

"Arrival" star Amy Adams scored her first job as a hostess at Hooters. She also briefly waited tables. "That was a short-lived ambition," recalled Adams, who will next be seen in "Justice League." "Everyone would agree, if they could see me, Hooters isn’t necessarily the best way to describe me."

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Danny Devito at Comic-Con.
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A young Danny DeVito would have provided this service for you:

Upon graduating high school, American actor Danny DeVito worked in his sister's hair salon. After attending beauty school, he landed a hair styling job in a mortuary. "What happens when you get old? You pass. And you want to have a nice hairdo," he said. "I used to go to the mortuary. There she would be – it was only women's hair I did – and she didn't talk back."

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Madonna on the red carpet.
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Madonna's first job was pouring coffee at this franchise:

Long before she was known as "the material girl," American pop star Madonna was an employee at a Dunkin' Donuts in New York City. She later became a backup dancer and performed a bit of modeling before landing her first big break as a performing artist in October 1982.

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American actor Christopher Walken on the red carpet.
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Christopher Walken's first job was working with this animal:

At the age of 15, American actor Christopher Walken worked as a lion tamer at a circus. In an interview, he recalled that the lion was not particularly dangerous. "You could pet her, and she would rub her head on you," he said. "I would come into the cage and wave my whip, and she’d kind of lazily get up and sit like a dog and maybe give a little bit of a roar."

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The logo for Grey's Anatomy.
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This 'Grey's Anatomy' star got his start as a professional juggler:

Long before he became known to millions of fans as "McDreamy" on the hit drama series "Grey's Anatomy," American actor Patrick Dempsey was known as a celebrity in the world of juggling. At 15, Dempsey placed 2nd in an International Juggling Association competition.

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This picture shows Julia Roberts attending the premiere of 'Jesus Henry Christ' at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival on April 23, 2011 in New York City.
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Question 7 of 11 Score: 0

Julia Roberts' first job was scooping ice cream at this favorite chain:

Before she won the heart of Hollywood in the romantic comedy "Pretty Woman," American actress Julia Roberts served ice cream at Baskin Robbins. The Southern belle wasn't the only famous face to work there; President Barack Obama and Eric Dane also worked at the ice cream chain.

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This 'X-Men' star's first job was as a gym teacher:

Australian actor Hugh Jackman, whose ripped and bearded Wolverine superhero took its final bow recently in "Logan," taught physical education at a school in London before his career took off.

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Actress Odeya Rush attends the 'Goosebumps' premiere in New York City on October 12, 2015.
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Israeli actress Odeya Rush cut her teeth on this career before acting:

Born in the coastal city of Haifa, Israel, Odeya Rush was discovered as a model in the United States. Previous to her starring roles in films like "Goosebumps" and "The Hunter's Prayer," Rush appeared in print campaigns for Gap, Tommy Hilfiger and Guess.

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Han Solo, played by Harrison Ford, in a scene from 'Return of the Jedi.'
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Before Harrison Ford 'nailed' the role of Han Solo, he worked as this:

Before he was Han Solo in the 'Star Wars' franchise, American actor Harrison Ford worked as a full-time carpenter. "My principal job at the time was carpentry," Ford said. "I had a house at the time I wanted to remodel ... I'd invest money in tools but wouldn't have money for materials, so I realized this was another way of putting food on the table."

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George Clooney seen here with his dog Einstein in a promotional campaign for Omega watches.
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Before hitting it big in 'ER,' George Clooney first went door-to-door selling this:

American actor George Clooney's life wasn't always so glamorous. Long before his Hollywood career took off, the 'Gravity' star did odd jobs like selling women's shoes, stocking shelves and hawking insurance. "I sold insurance door-to-door," he told reporters. "That's hard work ... acting is not hard work."

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