Hollywood Celebs Who Looked Unrecognisable In Their Youth When They Weren’t Famous


Change is everywhere and in everything, and it is inevitable.
We all know, things change, people change, and then they grow older. Some age well, while some mature as if they weren’t happy with their younger looks. Not only people like us but celebrities as well. The stars featuring in this story have indeed become hard to recognize at their older age.
Seriously, you would need to do a couple of double-takes to know who they are!
Let’s have a look!

1) Jon Bon Jovi, an American Rock Band’s lead.

Fun Fact: Jon Bon Jovi’s song ‘Living on a Prayer’ is ranked #1 on VH1’s list of ‘The 100 Greatest Songs of the Eighties’.

2) This man needs no introduction, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson.

Fun Fact: In his first semester at the University of Miami, Dwayne Johnson earned a .7 grade point average.

3) Burt Reynolds, an American actor, director, and producer.

Fun Fact: In 1968, Burt applied for a role in Rosemary’s Baby (1968), but Roman Polanski ended up casting John Cassavetes for that character.

4) Bob Ross, was an American painter. He died on 4th of July, 1995.

Fun Fact: He was in Air Force and retired in the year 1981.

5) Legendary Jack Nicholson is an American actor who has performed in cinema for almost 60 years.

Fun Fact: Along with Warren Beatty and Dustin Hoffman, Jack was asked to play the role of Michael Corleone in ‘The Godfather Trilogy’ (1972).

6) Bruce Springsteen is a famous singer-songwriter. He is known majorly for his connection with the E Street Band.

Fun Fact: Bruce was voted as the 23rd Greatest Rock ‘n’ Roll Artist of all time by Rolling Stone.

7) Sir Paul McCartney is an English multi-instrumentalist and composer.

Fun Fact: Paul is one of Britain’s wealthiest men: as per the High Court judgment Sir Paul’s entire fortune comes to £387,012,000.

8) Clint Eastwood is an actor, songwriter, musician and a political figure. He rose to fame for his ‘Man with No Name’ character.

Fun Fact: Clint Eastwood wore the same poncho, without ever getting it washed, in all three of his ‘Man with No Name’ Westerns.

9) Ryan Seacrest, radio host, has changed drastically over the years in a positive way.

Fun Fact: He received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2005 for Radio at 6801 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.

10) Stephen Colbert is a comedian, television host and an author.

Fun Fact: He is an alumnus of the Second City and Annoyance Theatre in Chicago, IL. Stephen graduated from Northwestern University in the year 1986.

11) Our own Wolverine has grown amazingly handsome overtime. I mean, Hugh Jackman, who recently appeared in the film, ‘Logan’.

Fun Fact: Hugh Jackman was chosen as one of People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People in the World” for five consecutive years in 2000-2004.

12) Steven Seagal is a martial artist, actor, director, screenwriter and holds citizenship of America, Russia and Serbia.

Fun Fact: Jackie Chan and Steven are friends, and Jackie offered him the character of the lead villain in ‘Rush Hour 3′ (2007), but Seagal turned it down.
That’s all, folks!


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