Ten celebrities who were TEACHERS before being famous
These show stars were given flowers and chocolates on Teacher’s Day for some time. Find out!
Before being famous, many celebrities had a “normal” job, like all of us, whether working in a movie theatre, in an office, or even teaching.
They performed very well in the classrooms, as they are remembered as excellent educators who shared their knowledge about laws, languages, or physical education, although we really thank them for having withdrawn from schools. Otherwise, they would never have shared their talent with the world.
We want to show you the celebrities who shared talent in a classroom before being actors, writers or musicians,
He is known for his role as Wolverine, but before being famous, he was a professor of physical education at a school in England, in 1987, although it was for a short period.
Before painting his face and showing the world his huge and famous voice, He was a sixth-grade elementary school teacher. While he and Paul Stanley formed the band, Simmons took the teaching job to earn a little more money.
He is the author of dozens of chilling and successful novels, but before being famous, he was a teacher. He taught English at Hampden Academy in Maine while writing “Carrie” his first great novel.
Queen’s guitarist is quite a case. She is a doctor of astrophysics, but before being one of the famous members of the British band, May was a professor of mathematics in the first half of the 70, in an area of limited resources in the United Kingdom.
After graduating from the University of Exeter, in 1990 Rowling moved to Portugal, where she taught English at an institute. She taught in the afternoons and evenings, before creating the magical world of Harry Potter.
She rose to fame after starring in the film “Roma” by Alfonso Cuarón. Before her screen debut, she was a preschool teacher in Tlaxiaco, Oaxaca, where she is originally from.
In 1974, after graduating in Pedagogy from the Northern Counties College of Education in England, he devoted himself to teaching English in a first school until 1977, when he formed the famous band The Police.
Alexander Graham Bell
We all know him as an inventor, but he had a great vocation for teaching. His mother was deaf by birth, so Graham Bell taught for the deaf. For more than a decade he taught vocal physiology and speech.
The former president of the United States was a professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Chicago for 12 years. He left teaching in 2004 when he was elected senator.
From 1993 to 1996, the author of “The Da Vinci Code” was a Spanish teacher at the Phillips Exeter school in New Hampshire. Then he left his teaching career to devote himself fully to writing.
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