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Kristen Dunst, Elijah Wood and Nicholas Cage are just some of the stars who may have appeared in some your favourite movies and you didn't even realise it! Take a look back and see some breakthrough roles of the Hollywood's biggest celebrities.
If you never thought you would see Nicholas Cage flipping burgers at a local takeaway, then think again, as the 'Con Air' actor made a small appearance as a fast food restaurant worker in this 1980's teen comedy.
If you weren't looking quite close enough then you may want to rewind that old tape of yours. Yes, that cute little boy in the green cap is a young Elijah Wood! The former 'Lord Of The Rings' star made a brief appearance as 'video game boy #1' in 'Back To The Future ll'.
Long before her stint as Bella in the 'Twilight Saga' Kristen Stewart received her first big movie role alongside Jodie Foster in Christopher Nolan's thriller 'Panic Room.'
You may know former 'Two and a Half Men' star Charlie Sheen for his wild antics off-screen rather than on-screen, however if you cast your memory back to 1986, you might be surprised to know the actor made a brief appearance as a sleazy school kid in 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off'.
Long before Jennifer Aniston won over our hearts as Rachel Green in 'Friends', the much-loved actress tried her hand at scary movies when she starred in 1993 horror 'Leprechaun'. Unfortunately for Aniston the movie, (which surrounded a not so menacing serial killer leprechaun) was panned by critics but it did help kickstart her career.
Once upon a time, before Gwyneth's 'conscious uncoupling' from Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, the popular Hollywood actress was busy flirting with Peter Pan after she was hand-picked by director Steven Speilberg to play a young Wendy Darling.
Scarlett may have blossomed into a blonde bombshell but it wasn't so long ago that she took to the screen as an awkward adolescent who seeks help to recover from a tragic horse riding accident.
She may be an Oscar-winning actress now, but in 1991 Halle Berry was just starting out her career after landing her first major film role in director Spike Lee's critically acclaimed film 'Jungle Fever' starring Wesley Snipes. The beautiful actress looked almost unrecognisable as she starred alongside a young Samuel L. Jackson as a drug abuser.
Jessica Alba has had so many edgy roles in films like 'Sin City' and 'Machete' that it's hard to believe she ever starred as a snobby school girl in 'Never Been Kissed' starring Drew Barrymore.
'Sherlock' star Benedict Cumberbatch has gone from strength to strength in recent years, but did you remember when he starred in 'Starter For 10'? The 2006 film directed by Tom Hanks starred James McAvoy as a student who wins a place on the University Challenge quiz team.
Who else can say they were rubbing shoulders with Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt when they were little? Well, Kirsten Dunst can say just that as she starred alongside the two Hollywood heavyweights in vampire horror 'Interview with the Vampire'.
We could spot those huge doe eyes from anywhere! The gorgeous Jake Gyllenhaal was just as adorable during his early cameo in this 1991 comedy.
Legendary actor Samuel L. Jackson may have only had a small part to play in Eddie Murphy's classic comedy 'Coming To America' in 1988, but his role as robber was impactful nonetheless and his impressive performance helped to jumpstart his Hollywood movie career.