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Five Celebrities That Shockingly Hold Simple Jobs

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Celebrities make millions doing what they do best. However, sometimes they’ll decided to follow a passion they had growing up. Other times, they’ll want to have a simple gig just to keep them sane. These five celebrities have some interesting normal jobs when they’re not on the red carpet.

Dress You Up

Three-time Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis became a beloved talent with roles in There Will Be Blood and Lincoln. While researching his latest film Phantom Thread, the actor became enamored with making dresses. Shifting to a new profession isn’t anything new for Day-Lewis. Back in the ’90s, he quit acting to become a cobbler.

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Drink’s On Me

Dylan Sprouse made headlines when he was discovered working as a restaurant host. The former child star took the job as a way to venture into different territory. In 2018, he opened his own meadery in Brooklyn called All-Wise Meadery. “I started doing home brew stuff with my dad when I was younger. I sold almost all of it to my friends in the dorm. Back then it was $15 a bottle,” he told New York Daily News.

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Home Sweet Home

Jeremy Renner has been a box office machine as Hawkeye in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. When he’s not saving the day on screen, the Oscar nominated actor renovates houses with his friend Kristoffer Winters. “There’s a lot of great old architecture out there. You just have to reimagine it with today’s living standards,” he told Bloomberg.

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Brick By Brick

In 2003, Grammy winning singer Lenny Kravitz opened his own design firm titled Kravitz Design Inc. Over the years, he’s worked with companies such as Swarovski Crystals and The Setai Group on refurnishing buildings. “[Whether it’s] architecture on the street or furniture from different countries, I’m always inspired by shapes and textures I see on the road,” he told Forbes.

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Knock On Wood

As a kid, Nick Offerman fell in love with woodworking. With a plethora of money from acting career, he decided to open a woodshop called Offerman Wood Shop. Through this shop, the actor sells numerous of handmade items, including beds and boats. In 2008, he released an instructional DVD titled Fine Woodstrip Canoe Building with Nick Offerman.

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