He used to dress as an El Pollo Loco chicken, clucking customers into the fast-food restaurant. He also chauffeured a limo for a strip-o-gram service to make money.
OCT. 13, 2003
His first big break was landing a spot in an Atari ad at 13. Smurfberry Crunch cereal followed.
John F. KENNEDY JR.
As an undergraduate attending Brown University, he and his roommate kept a baby pig in the basement of their Phi Psi fraternity house.
David ARQUETTE & Courteney COX
Their wedding invitations featured a photo of Arquette dressed like a giant squirrel and a blonde-wigged Cox, with the message "We're nuts...about each other!"
Michael BOLTON & Paula ABDUL
When she was growing up, Bolton was her babysitter.
He wears his undies inside out so the label won't scratch him.
When asked to name her favorite tennis player, she picked Venus Williams.
He once, worked as a nightclub manager while at Rutgers University and drove trucks for a company called Gimme Seltzer.
NOV. 11, 2002
While in college in Mexico in the early '80s, she and a fellow student were kidnapped and held for ransom for nine hours.
When she was a teenager, Jolie considered doing funeral work and took at-home courses on how to prepare bodies for burial.
The actor has worn the same scruffy boots for years and just keeps getting them resoled.
He has his eyebrows tattooed on (he claims they fell out when he boxed as a kid). He also has eyeliner tattooed onto his lower eyelids.
Lisa Marie PRESLEY & ELVIS
JUNE 19, 1989
When she was 4, Elvis flew her to Utah so she could see what snow looked like. After playing in it for 20 minutes, dad and daughter returned to Los Angeles.
The sex therapist was trained as a sniper in Israel and could assemble a Sten gun blindfolded.
When his mother, Mary Lee, was 50, Cruise took her skydiving as an Easter present and planted a kiss on her in midair.
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