Jason Momoa - A fresh-faced Momoa won Hawaii's Model of the Year in 1999, and now he’s the powerful warlord Khal Drogo as well as Aquaman.
Josh Duhamel - Between playing college football and landing a role on 'All My Children,' Duhamel had a brief but successful modeling career (at least more successful than Kutcher).
Sharon Stone - A young Stone left school to work as a model, then quickly became one of the biggest stars of the '90s, featuring in movies like 'Basic Instinct' and 'Casino.'
Tom Hardy - If you can believe it, Tom Hardy entered and won a 'Make Me a Supermodel' competition on UK's Channel 4 program 'The Big Breakfast,' while he was studying at drama school.
Robert Pattinson - Pattinson's early modeling career reportedly only lasted four years, from ages 12-16, and apparently ended because he started to look more masculine.
Jamie Dornan - Dornan started his career modeling for brands like Abercrombie & Fitch, Hugo Boss, and Armani, and later evolved into the Christian Grey that fans of 'Fifty Shades' know and love.
Cameron Diaz - Cameron Diaz started modeling when she was 16, soon became a Seventeen cover girl, and continued to model for a few years before auditioning for 'The Mask.'
Jennifer Connelly - Before her film debut in 'Once Upon a Time in America,' Connelly appeared in print and television ads, including as a catalog model for children’s fashion.
Raven-Symoné Pearman - Before being cast for 'The Cosby Show,' the young talent modeled in advertisements for products like Ritz crackers and Jell-O.
Corbin Bleu - Before 'High School Musical' changed everything, Bleu's first claim to fame was when he was just two years old, in advertisements for Hasbro and Nabisco, and later Macy's and Gap.
Michelle Trachtenberg -
Long before she starred in 'Eurotrip,' Trachtenberg had spent years modeling. Her first appearance was when she was three years old, in a commercial for detergent.