We all have to start somewhere. Before an actor blows up they usually take little jobs here and there to help get recognized and make ends meet. Take a look at these big name actors before they got their breakout rolls!
- Ellen Pompeo in Strangers with Candy
- Lucy Liu on Beverly Hills, 90210
- Leslie Odom Jr on Gilmore Girls
- Kal Penn on Buffy the Vampire Slayer
- Chris Pratt on The O.C.
- Amy Adams on Buffy the Vampire Slayer
- Elizabeth Banks on Sex and the City
- Kevin Hart on Undeclared
- Max Greenfield on Veronica Mars
- John Hamm on Gilmore Girls
- Jessica Alba on The Secret World of Alex Mack
- Sara Ramirez on Law & Order:SVU
- Sandra Oh on Popular
- Nick Offerman on Gilmore Girls
- Adam Scott on Boy Meets World
Theft is not a crime that should be taken lightly, especially to a store owner in China.
Lai Tiancai, a store owner in Zhuhai, China took theft punishment to a whole new level when he caught a “culprit” stealing rice from him.
So what does he do? He tied up the thieving rat, in this case a real rate, with strings. Tied by its limbs, the poor rat also had to wear a sign around its neck that read “I won’t dare do this again” and another sign that says: “Huh, is this the best you could do? Even if you beat me to death, I would not admit that the rice at your home had been stolen by me.”
The rat that was caught by a store employee was photograph, and has since gone viral on many social media ports.
Some people who have seen the photo have voiced out their opinions.
One says that everything in the world has a life, including a rat. So why torture it? He goes on to say that the rat stole rice because it need it to survive.
For one barbershop in Gaza, it’s all about the flames.
Owner of the blowtorch barbershop, Ramadan Odwan, tells Reuters that many people are interested in his method of straightening hair.
Though not the first hairstylist to use flames, the use of blowtorches is a unique offering to the Gaza Strip.
For those not afraid to ask for flames, Odwan applies a protective, and secret, liquid substance to the customer’s hair before setting fire to the head with a small blowtorch.
After two months of using this method, Odwan shares that he has not encountered any problems. He ensures that using a blowtorch is completely safe.
A reason why Odwan has introduced the blowtorch method to Gaza is because he wanted to showcase to the world that Palestinian barbers are just as professional as other barbers around the globe.
For a certain Boston man, beating a world record to set his own was something he really wanted to achieve.
And after two minutes later and 38 nails – he sure… nailed it.
John Ferraro, also known as “Hammer Head”, set an new record. Viewers of the weekly YouTube series, Guiness World Records Italian Show, watched it all unfold.
“Hammer Head” also holds the title for a couple of other records, such as the one-minute record and the world record for “most concrete blocks broken on the head with a bowling ball in three minutes”.
How is Ferraro able to achieve all that nailing? According to the Daily Mail, he has a skull that is more than twice the thickness of the average person’s.
He discovered he had a 16 mm thick forehead when he chased his brother and went diving head first into a wooden door as a child.
When not banging nails with his head, Ferraro works as a professional wrestler.