Headshots are every actor's first foot in the door when it comes to landing jobs.
Headshots are usually taken right when people are starting out and they're fledgling baby actors, wide-eyed, bushy-tailed and ready to take on the world.
This means that headshots are often hilarious.They're stuck in the past, full of relics of the '80s and '90s, and they show super famous, glamorous actors we all know and love before they were super famous and glamorous. Way before. People from all walks of life started sharing their first ever headshots with the hashtag #OldHeadshotDay, and the results are incredible.
via: TwitterI don't know what he was trying to achieve by pensively holding a marble composition notebook, but I don't think he achieved it.
Joseph Gordon Levitt
via: TwitterWhy so serious, Patton?! Was he trying to get dramatic roles?! As early as I was aware of Patton Oswalt, he was always a comedian.
via: TwitterFun fact: Before Stephen Colbert was a late-night television host, he was Ted Bundy! Who knew?!
via: TwitterLook at baby Leslie Jones! It took us a while to truly appreciate the gift that is this brilliant comedian, but we will not make that mistake again! The next one is amazing...
Chloe Grace Moretz
via: TwitterI have so many questions. Why the lighter? Did he think it was funny? Or were there really no lights in that room? If there were no lights, why take your headshot there? I could go on...