1. Tom Hiddleston, who plays Loki in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, had three one-word lines in the movie “Conspiracy” with Kenneth Branagh and Stanley Tucci, as the phone operator back in 2001.
Thanks, mask-de-masque!

    Tom Hiddleston, who plays Loki in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, had three one-word lines in the movie “Conspiracy” with Kenneth Branagh and Stanley Tucci, as the phone operator back in 2001.

    Thanks, !

  2. You may know Constance Zimmer best as Janine Skorsky from Netlfix’s House of Cards, but here she is as a waitress in a Seinfeld episode titled “The Wizard.”
Thanks, fawkesfonseca!

    You may know Constance Zimmer best as Janine Skorsky from Netlfix’s House of Cards, but here she is as a waitress in a Seinfeld episode titled “The Wizard.”

    Thanks, !

  3. Before becoming the mysterious (and gorgeous) Don Draper on Mad Men, Jon Hamm was on The Big Date with some fabulous hair and plans for an evening of “total fabulosity”.

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  4. Aaron Paul may be riding out his Breaking Bad high, but back in the day he played a comic shop owner with a really terrible haircut in the first season of Bones, bitch.
Thanks, mllejeune!
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    Aaron Paul may be riding out his Breaking Bad high, but back in the day he played a comic shop owner with a really terrible haircut in the first season of Bones, bitch.

    Thanks, mllejeune!

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  5. Amy Adams is the main attraction now (American Hustle, Man of Steel, The Muppets, etc.) but she was in a supporting role as a high school beauty pageant contestant in her first movie, Drop Dead Gorgeous, starring Ellen Barkin, Kirstie Alley, Denise Richards & Kirsten Dunst, back in 1999.
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    Amy Adams is the main attraction now (American Hustle, Man of Steel, The Muppets, etc.) but she was in a supporting role as a high school beauty pageant contestant in her first movie, Drop Dead Gorgeous, starring Ellen Barkin, Kirstie Alley, Denise Richards & Kirsten Dunst, back in 1999.

    Thanks, Kate C!

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  6. Actress Meghan Markle is best known for her role in Suits but was also in early episodes in the second season of Fringe as Agent Amy Jessup!
Great find, renatalunaribeiro!
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    Actress Meghan Markle is best known for her role in Suits but was also in early episodes in the second season of Fringe as Agent Amy Jessup!

    Great find, renatalunaribeiro!

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  7. I Spy A Famous Face turned 3 today!

    I Spy A Famous Face turned 3 today!

  8. Who knew Katherine Pierce gave birth to….THE GIFTER! Before joining The Vampire DiariesOlga Fonda appeared in the Marshalls, TJMaxx & Homegoods “Gifter” holiday campaign!

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  9. we-arethewildthings:

    anostalgicnerd:

    If you ever feel despondent about your future, just think of this:
      He may be a star on SNL now, but this was Taran Killam 10 years ago.

    ↳The DCOM Stuck in the Suburbs (2004) turns 10 this year

    I thought this was an SNL skit

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  10. Oh this is a great one — Melissa Ponzio plays Melissa McCall aka Scott’s mom on Teen Wolf (and she was Karen on The Walking Dead). But back in 2011, she appeared as a host on WebMD’s Ask the Dermatologist. 
Thanks, adustus!

    Oh this is a great one — Melissa Ponzio plays Melissa McCall aka Scott’s mom on Teen Wolf (and she was Karen on The Walking Dead). But back in 2011, she appeared as a host on WebMD’s Ask the Dermatologist. 

    Thanks, adustus!

  11. Here’s Sylvester Stallone in one of his earliest roles — a 1971 Woody Allen movie called Bananas. Sly played a thug on the subway who Woody Allen’s character throws off the train for taunting passengers with his friend. Of course, this being a Woody Allen movie, the doors open again letting the thugs back inside, and Woody has to run away along the train.
Thanks, barrypierce!

    Here’s Sylvester Stallone in one of his earliest roles — a 1971 Woody Allen movie called Bananas. Sly played a thug on the subway who Woody Allen’s character throws off the train for taunting passengers with his friend. Of course, this being a Woody Allen movie, the doors open again letting the thugs back inside, and Woody has to run away along the train.

    Thanks, barrypierce!

  12. Oh this is adorable. Matt Bomer, best known for playing suave conman Neal Caffrey on White Collar and for being criminally underused in Magic Mike, once modeled for the cover of a book about gay youth called Rainbow Boys by Alex Sanchez. BRB, heading to Amazon and ordering this immediately…
Thanks, thebigbeautiful!

    Oh this is adorableMatt Bomer, best known for playing suave conman Neal Caffrey on White Collar and for being criminally underused in Magic Mike, once modeled for the cover of a book about gay youth called Rainbow Boys by Alex Sanchez. BRB, heading to Amazon and ordering this immediately…

    Thanks, thebigbeautiful!

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