Famous Actors And Their First On-Screen Appearance – Part 3
Check out our third article showing famous actors and their first on-screen appearance.
Most people can recognize Anna as Skyler White from the AMC’s Breaking Bad. But before she became the wife of notorious Heisenberg, she played in the sitcom Down the Shore.
Wilson’s first role was The Brady Bunch. She played Pat Conway, the cheerleader who Greg chose to become head cheerleader.
Natalie Portman’s first role was in the 1994 action thriller Léon: The Professional, opposite Jean Reno.
“The first thing I ever did was a Miller’s Outpost commercial. That was the time when you would record huge swaths of time on the VCR to see if you could get it and see it. There was no such thing as online. But my first legit gig, I was the host of a skateboarding show on Nickelodeon called SK8-TV , which you can see.”
Modern Family’s father of the year Ty Burrell was a bit of a latecomer to the game; he was 33 years old when he was cast in his first on-screen role in the Law & Order episode “Turnstile Justice,” in which a mentally unstable homeless man is accused of killing a woman on the subway. The producers must have liked what they saw, because they brought Burrell back two seasons later to play a Marine marksman-turned-kidnapper.
Her first on-screen appearance was in Law & Order. As a teenager living in a shelter who may know more than she’s letting on about the circumstances surrounding the death of a classmate, Leighton Meester’s first role is a far cry from Gossip Girl’s Blair Waldorf in the glamour department.
Matt Damon’s film debut was in 1988 American coming-of-age film Mystic Pizza. The film, directed by Donald Petrie, stars Annabeth Gish, Julia Roberts and Lili Taylor.
Just before the Beatles Show begins at the Shea Stadium in august 1965, a group of fans is interviewed and we can see on the left the young Meryl Streep aged 16.
Black first acted in a television commercial at age 13 for the video game Pitfall!.
At age nine, Kunis was enrolled by her father in acting classes after school at the Beverly Hills Studios, where she met Susan Curtis, who would become her manager. On her first audition she landed the role for a Barbie commercial.