Way before Timothée Chalamet was winning hearts on the silver screen, he popped his TV cherry on Law and Order.

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Young Timmy appeared on the staple show way back in 2009. It was his first acting role and he played Eric, an adorable kid who (in true Law & Order form) was shot in his home.


A young Idris Elba made a quick appearance in British comedy show Absolutely Fabulous.

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He played an escort who made some bold hat choices.


Jennifer Aniston played a charming hospital volunteer in an episode of the sci-fi show Quantum Leap.

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Her appearance as Kiki Wilson aired the same year as Friends started.


Meanwhile, Matthew Perry played a tennis prodigy in the first season of Beverly Hills 90210.

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He was only in one episode but he had quite the storyline — the son of one of the richest men in the OC who ended up being admitted into a psychiatric facility.


Emilia Clarke’s first TV role was on the daytime soap Doctors.

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She played a uni student who was being stalked by her own dad.


Long before she won any Academy Awards, Jennifer Lawrence played a girl whose mum was shot dead in Cold Case.

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The woman who played her mum in the episode also played Katniss’s mum in Hunger Games. What a coincidence!


We all know that Ryan Gosling was a Disney kid, but he was also in an episode of Goosebumps.

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In the wittily named episode “Say Cheese and Die,” he played a kid who loves taking photographs but is convinced his camera is cursed.


Pre Step-Up Channing Tatum rocked this look in an epsiode of CSI: Miami.

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Channing played a wannabe rapper who may or may not have stolen a boat.


Before she was Annaliese Keating, Viola Davis was also in an episode of one of CSI‘s many iterations.

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She played an attorney in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Foreshadowing much?


Lady Gaga played a girl who led Tony’s son astray in The Sopranos.

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She was only 15 when she made her appearance and her role was uncredited.


Way before he was The Lord of Hell in Lucifer, Tom Ellis was Albert Square’s resident GP on Eastenders.

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He was only in it for about three months, but Dr. Oliver Cousins will go down as one of Walford’s most drama-free residents – pretty much the opposite of Lucifer.


Olivia Colman had a tiny role in the original version of The Office.

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She proved her comedy genius when she played Helena, a journalist writing a piece on David Brent.


Like many other Canadian stars, Shay Mitchell made a lil’ appearance in one episode of Degrassi: The Next Generation.

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She was a high school dropout turned model.


A fresh-faced Brie Larson was in one episode of Ghost Whisperer.

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She played a student at a haunted high school.


Lil’ Leonardo DiCaprio had one uncredited role in Roseanne.

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He had no lines, and it was a bit of “blink and you’ll miss it” kinda role.


A very young Millie Bobby Brown once gave an emotional performance in Grey’s Anatomy.

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She wasn’t in it for long, but lil Mils totally stole the show as Ruby, the concerned daughter of a mother who couldn’t breathe.


Way before Get Out, Daniel Kaluuya was in an Easter special of Doctor Who.

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His character, Barclay, was stuck on a random planet after the bus he was on went through a wormhole.


And Rami Malek made his onscreen debut down in Stars Hollow on Gilmore Girls.

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He played Andy, a member of Lane’s bible study group, and because he didn’t have a Screen Actor’s Guild card he ended up having to pay a $2000 fine for the role.


In the early days of her thriving career, Amy Adams had a guest spot in one episode of Charmed.

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She was Maggie Murphy, an all-round do-gooder who gave Phoebe and Piper a hand with the Spirit Killer back in season two.


Adam Driver played a creepy guy in Law & Order.

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His shady character Robby was arrested for murder. He also played another creepy guy in Law & Order: SVU.


Aubrey Plaza played an NBC Page in 30 Rock not long after leaving the Page Program back in 2006.

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Aubrey didn’t complete the program and ended up becoming an intern in the casting department, but she kept her uniform. So when 30 Rock needed a Page for a scene, she and her stolen uniform stepped up to the plate.


Brad Pitt was in four episodes of Dallas back in the day.

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He played Randy, Charlie’s boyfriend.


Tiffany Haddish had a little part in the Disney classic That’s So Raven.

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She played a tour guide in a biodome, and even though her character didn’t even have a name, she was just as funny back then.


One of Rooney Mara’s first acting roles was in ER, as a woman who abandoned her baby.

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She appeared in two heartfelt episodes alongside Angela Bassett.


Long before she was kicking ass, Chloë Grace Moretz was in two episodes of Desperate Housewives.

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She played Sherri, a beauty pageant contestant who was caught in the crossfire of one of Gaby’s scheming plans.


James McAvoy’s first TV role was as a fiesty teenager on The Bill.

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Yup, he played a runaway who was questioned by the police when a busker was deliberately hit by a car.


Before he was being a creep in YOU, Penn Badgley played a bully in Will And Grace.

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It was his first-ever role, and he looks almost unrecognisable.


And finally, before his silver fox days, George Clooney had a bit part as a detective in an episode of The Golden Girls.

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Before he hit the big time George was in quite a few ’80s shows, including E/R, Streethawk, and Murder, She Wrote. In his episode of The Golden Girls his character, Detective Bobby, ends up getting shot while scoping out the girls’ sketchy neighbours.

Whose bit part do you remember? Let us know in the comments!


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