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Bizarre Fact #51:
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Before beginning his movie career, Keanu Reeves managed a pasta shop in Toronto, Canada.

Bizarre Fact #52:
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Before coming to the White House, Nancy and Ronald Reagan were actors. During their earlier careers each was involved in a performance that foreshadowed their later lives. In 1939, the then Nancy Davis had one line in a high school play called, eerily enough, "First Lady." It was, "They ought to elect the First Lady and then let her husband be president." She and her future husband also appeared in an episode of the "General Electric TV Theater" called "A Turkey for the President".

Bizarre Fact #53:
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Before he became famous for his TV comedy work, the late Phil Hartman worked as a talented and respected graphic designer. In fact, he was the designer of the logo for Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young.

Bizarre Fact #54:
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Before he catapulted to fame, Bob Dylan was paid $50 in 1960 for playing the harmonica on a Harry Belafonte album.

Bizarre Fact #55:
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Before he pursued his acting career, Jack Nicholson worked as an office boy in MGM's cartoon department.

Bizarre Fact #56:
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Before they became famous, many entertainers worked in sales. Among them, Johnny Cash sold appliances, Rue McClanahan sold blouses, Boris Karloff sold real estate, Leonard Nimoy sold vacuum cleaners, and George Takei sold men's ties.

Bizarre Fact #57:
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Benjamin Franklin lived at 141 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA.

Bizarre Fact #58:
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Bette Davis appeared in more than 100 films between 1931 and 1989. She made her first film called Way Back Home in 1931.

Bizarre Fact #59:
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Bette Davis was born Ruth Elizabeth Davis in Lowell, Massachusetts, on April 5, 1908.

Bizarre Fact #60:
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Bette was married four times, her last to actor Gary Merrill which lasted ten years, longer than any of the previous three.


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