Celebrities share their #FirstSevenJobs on Twitter

Stephen Colbert on the "Late Show with Stephen Colbert," Sept. 9, 2015 on CBS.

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Even celebrities had to work menial jobs once upon a time.

Famous actors, musicians, writers and other public figures shared their #FirstSevenJobs after the hashtag started trending.

Some comedians, like W. Kamau Bell, got cheeky with their tweets. Bell pretended to be Donald Trump and called himself a "pretend billionaire" and "hater," while Natasha Leggero started out in earnest before claiming she used to answer a phone at a brothel.

Some of the tweets are surprising -- one of Mira Sorvino's first jobs was working in Beijing as a teacher, for example. It's hard to imagine some of these stars working some of these jobs, but you won't have to imagine CBS News' Mo Rocca as a "Psychiatric Hospital Model": He included a throwback photo of himself on the job.

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