10 Weird Facts about Celebrities Misfortunes!
When we see them on the cover of magazines we believe they have perfect lives. All the money they could dream of spending and have the ability to turn anything they touch into gold.
However, what we believe and what’s true, are usually very far apart. The facts on this list prove that beyond a shadow of a doubt. Enjoy, 10 Weird Facts about Celebrities Misfortunes!
10 Weird Celebrity Facts Proving Their Life’s Not as Perfect as you Believe!
Comedian and television star Steve Harvey lived in his 1976 Ford tempo for three years.
Michael Pitt star of boardwalk empire was homeless as a teenager in New York City on and off for 2 years.
Sam Worthington was living in his car while auditioning for Avatar.
Tyler Perry lived in his car for nearly six years in Atlanta, Georgia before hitting it big.
After Star Trek was cancelled in 1969, William Shatner was forced to live in his truck.
Flav’s Fried Chicken
The Public enemy rapper Flavor Flav’s restaurant opened in Clinton, Iowa. And closed after 4 months due to bounced checks to employees.
Best known for his role in the classic biker movie Easy Rider, Peter Fonda launch the Thunder Roadhouse, a biker friendly restaurant on the sunset strip but a fire destroyed it four years later.
L.A.’s gourmet submarine sandwich restaurant owned by Steven Spielberg and Jeffrey katzenberg opened in 1994 and took an actual dive in 1999.
The Muppets Show
Jim Henson created Kermit the Frog from the cloth of his mother’s old coat.
Audrey Hepburn had aquaphobia, which means she was deathly afraid of water. Not only did she have this debilitating fear.
Audrey Hepburn also smoked two to three packs of cigarettes everyday!
2 Bonus Facts
Jane Mansfield’s Death
American film actress Jayne Mansfield died in a car crash in 1967 at the age of 34. Her car hit a tractor, killing her instantly.
After her death, the NHTSA recommended requiring an underride guard on all tractor-trailers. In America, the underride guard is sometimes known as a “Mansfield bar.
Russell Crowe Refuses to move to Los Angeles!
Russell Crowe is quoted as saying,
“I’d move to Los Angeles if New Zealand and Australia was swallowed up by a tidal wave, if there was a bubonic plague in England and if the continent of Africa disappeared from some Martian attack.”
Did you learn something new about one these celebrities? I hope so, if possible, I search for facts that aren’t known by everyone. Hopefully, I found a few you didn’t know! Till next time, I’m out!
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