Hollywood is brimming with top-notch and great-quality actors. But the road to stardom was not the same for each of them. Some had it easy, while others struggled to find their path to success but ultimately succeeded in doing so. It is just a reminder, that true quality will eventually prevail and that you too should not give up on your dreams so easily.
If anyone knows what it like is to experience stardom at a late age, it is Julianne Moore. The famous actress seems to be a late bloomer but has still achieved a lot more than many actors in and out of Hollywood. Her first screen role was given to her when she was already 25, and since then she managed to get roles that firmly established her status of a star. She has also won may prize and continues to do so, as she remains one of the most beautiful film stars, even if she is in her fifties.
The path to success was not easy for Silvester Stalone either. The famous actor struggled to find his path to Hollywood success before finally hitting the big screens in some famous action classics. This actor knows all too well what it is like to do all sorts of things to earn money, and his beautifully developed and trained body even gave him the opportunity to star in some adult movies as well. But, he cannot be reproached, since he truly struggled with money issues back then. Luckily, now it is all behind him.
Many people in Hollywood struggle before getting their shot at stardom, and in between, you can usually find them in your local café or bar. The famous action star was an acclaimed barista before getting the opportunity to star in movies, but now he is one of the biggest stars of the silver screen. Bruce Willis still gets highly acclaimed roles that ensure he is still very much active and relentless as an actor.
Leonardo Di Caprio
If someone was born into stardom, it is Leo. The actor started acting as a child actor and even played in What’s Eating Gilbert Grape as a teenager. The actor grew up in front of cameras, and it is certainly a difficult and peculiar way to grow up.