11 Famous Personalities Who Were Teachers Before They Become Famous

11 Famous Personalities Who Were Teachers Before They Become Famous

Here is the list of Famous Personalities Who Were Teachers Before They Become Famous. The list is surely going to amaze you:

1. Hugh Jackman:Hugh jackman

Hugh Jackman, The ‘wolverine, was a P.E. teacher at Uppingham School in Rutland England way back in 1987.

2. Sylvester Stallone:Sylvester Stallone

The “Rambo” Sylvester Stallone also worked as a physical education teacher in the 1960s when he was studying at the American College of Switzerland.

3. Nandita Das:Nandita Das

She is popular for her powerhouse performances in many Bollywood movies in her career. She was also a teacher at one point in her life before joining the career in Bollywood.

4. Sting:Sting

Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner, CBE, well known by his stage name Sting, taught at St. Paul’s First School in Cramlington for two years.

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5. Akshay Kumar:Akshay Kumar

Before entering in the Bollywood industry, the Khiladi who is a sixth degree black belt in Karate was once a Martial arts teacher in an academy in Mumbai.

6. Dan Brown:Dan Brown

Den Brown was once a Spanish and English professor. Now became an American author of some bestselling novels

7. Balraj Sahni:Balraj Sahni

Balraj Sahni was a Hindi and English teacher at Rabindra Nath Tagore’s Visva Bharati University before he began his career in bollywood Industry.

8. Barack Obama:Obama

Before Obama became president, he spent 12 years as a lecturer at the University of Chicago, where he taught about race theory and constitutional law.

9. Tom Alter:Tom Alter

Actor Tom Alter was a sports teacher at Jagadhri school in Haryana, before entering in Bollywood.

10. Kader Khan:Kader Khan

Kader Khan is a famous Actor, script writer, comedian, as well as director of movies in Hindi Cinema. He taught Engineering at M.H saboo Siddik College, in Mumbai.

11. Art Garfunkel:Art Garfunkel

He worked as a math professor in the early 70s.