It might be surprising to imagine some of your favourite #Celebrities behind the counter of your Dunkin' Donuts counter or on the other end of your tele-sales call but lo and behold that’s exactly what some of these celebs did on their way to the top.

Even A-listers have to start somewhere so the next time you’re at your favourite hotspot or you smile at your cashier politely, take note of the name badge as it may just become the next celeb you see emblazed on the #Hollywood Walk of Fame

Read below to see some of the celebrities first worst #jobs.

Brad Pitt: Chauffeur for Strippers

Brad Pitt has been in the headlines every day for the past two weeks so we thought it’s time to get people focused on another topic at hand.

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After all, it’s not every day you learn about your favourite actor’s past job as a chauffeur for strippers. That’s right, Brad used to drive the girls to bachelor parties.

"My job was to drive them to bachelor parties and things," he told People magazine. "I'd pick them up, and at the gig I'd collect the money, play the bad Prince tapes and catch the girls' clothes."

Eva Mendes: Sold Hot Dogs

If you’re anything like us and assumed the ever-gorgeous Eva Mendes worked modelling jobs from an early age you’d be mistaken. She sold hot dogs at a shopping mall at the tender age of 15. The model, singer and actress can now officially add frank-vendor to her long list of talents.

Johnny Depp: Telemarketer

Perhaps the most surprising detail of all is not the mere fact that Johnny Depp’s worst first job was a telemarketer, but that he sold pens.

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 The Oscar-winning actor recalls: "I was selling pens. You’re calling people who don’t want you to call them. You put on your best fake voice and try and sell them a gross or two of ballpoint pens with their name printed on them. First you say, ‘Congratulations, you have just become eligible to win a grandfather clock – or a trip to Greece or a Jacuzzi or whatever.' "

Madonna: Dunkin' Donuts Cashier

Long before she became known as the Queen of Pop, Madonna worked as a showgirl in France. She also worked at a local Dunkin' Donuts store in the heart of the hustle and bustle of New York's Times Square. It seemed the star was just not cut out for the cutthroat world of donuts and jelly and was soon fired after she squirted some of the filling all over a customer.

Hugh Jackman: Clown

Okay so we can officially say Hugh Jackman is a clown. No seriously he was and look who’s laughing now! The Marvel superhero wasn’t always a star on the big screen but the star at children’s birthday parties where he entertained kids as Coco the Clown.

“'I am really bad at magic. I in fact used to be a clown at kid's parties' Jackman confessed to In The News. 'I was Coco the Clown and I had no magic tricks and I remember a six-year-old standing up at a party saying 'Mummy this clown is terrible, he doesn't know any tricks' - and he was right.' he said.