This Is What Your Favorite Hollywood Actors Looked Like In Their Very First Movies! (2 of 5)
Demi Lovato – ‘Camp Rock’ (2008)
We love Demi’s acting as much as we love her singing. When her part in the TV series Barney & Friends ended, Demi took up the part in Disney’s Camp Rock.
Anna Kendrick – ‘Camp’ (2003)
Anna’s very first movie gave us some foreshadowing of what her future work would be like.
Camp came out in 2013 with Kendrick in one of the lead roles as a teenager in a theater program.
Jessica Biel – ‘It’s a Digital World’ (1994)
Jessica has left many spellbound with her catwalk at runways and her acting is no less either.
Her portrayal of Regrattal in It’s a Digital World was convincing and admirable.
Jennifer Aniston – ‘Camp Cucamonga’ (1990)
Jennifer Aniston is one of the most successful actresses in Hollywood today. She started her big-screen career with Camp Cucamonga. She played the character Ava Schector pretty well.
Penelope Cruz – ‘Jamon, Jamon’ (1992)
Penelope’s first movie character was similar to something we all have gone through at some point in our lives. In the romantic drama, Cruz plays a young woman stuck to choose between two men.
Hugh Jackman – ‘Paperback Hero’ (1999)
Hugh Jackman aka the Wolverine appeared for the first time on the silver screen in the Australian flick Paperback Hero. The character he played of a truck driver who turns into a romance writer was quite inspiring.
Kristen Stewart – ‘The Safety of Objects’ (2001)
Although it’s hard to imagine Kristen in any other role except as Bella in the Twilight series, she has portrayed many other roles equally well. And her first movie, The Safety of Objects was no exception.
Margot Robbie – ‘Vigilante’ (2008)
Margot chose a pretty challenging role for her first movie. It was a crime thriller based on seeking revenge on the murderer of his fiancé.
Tiffany Haddish – ‘The Urban Demographic’ (2005)
This drama movie that traced the day-to-day events in a radio station gave Tiffany her first break. She did her job fairly well for a newcomer.
Nicole Kidman – ‘Skin Deep’ (1983)
Nicole’s first movie didn’t become great but it did provide her a good start. The Australian movie revolved around several facets of the fashion industry.