When we think about celebrities, we usually think of all that fortune that comes with the fame – big mansions, expensive cars, and private jets.
However, it wasn’t always champagne and caviar for some of them.
Here are five celebrities who used to be homeless.
Before landing the role of everyone’s favorite spy, James Bond, Daniel was sleeping on friends’ couches and park benches around London.
Halle Berry has something in common with Daniel Craig. They both starred in James Bond movies, and they were both homeless at one point of their lives. For a short period of time in 1989 she lived in a homeless shelter. Shortly after, her luck changed as she managed to secure a role in a TV series “Living Dolls.”
Before she was earning tens of millions of dollars from touring and album sales, she spent some time couch surfing. She was only 18 when she moved out of her home determined to become a star. Her mother was strongly against it, claiming she would never be famous, but it didn’t take long for Jennifer to prove her wrong.
It’s hard to imagine that the actor who portrayed characters such as Rocky Balboa and Rambo was once homeless. Apparently, Stallone was living in a New York City bus station for three weeks after being evicted. He even had to act in an adult movie to make ends meet.
It wasn’t always smiles for one of the most popular comedians of our time. Before he stared in legendary movies like “The Mask,” “The Cable Guy,” and “The Truman Show,” he went through a tough patch. At one point in his life, Carrey’s family had to live out of a van, while he worked as a janitor. In his time off, he was going to open mic nights before finally landing a lead role in “Once Bitten.”
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