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What 15 Actresses Looked Like at the Beginning of Their Careers

Usually, actors prefer to stay true to whatever image is loved by their fans. But time is relentless, and sometimes, the difference between the way actors look today and the way they looked at the beginning of their careers is huge. We found some shots from our favorite actresses’ early projects and compared them to their current photos. And they look beautiful in both.

Priyanka Chopra — What’s Your Raashee?, 2009

Jessica Chastain — Agatha Christie’s Poirot, 2010

© Poirot / Carnival Film & Television and co-producers, Kristin Callahan / Everett Collection / East News

Emily Blunt — Boudica, 2003

© Boudica / Media Pro Pictures and co-producers, SYSPEO / SIPA / SIPA / East News

Helena Bonham Carter — A Room with a View, 1985

Emilia Clarke — Doctors, 2009

Kate Beckinsale — Shooting Fish, 1997

© Shooting Fish / Tomboy Films and co-producers, Efren Landaos / Sipa USA / East News

Nicole Kidman — BMX Bandits, 1983

© BMX Bandits / Nilsen Premiere and co-producers, Elizabeth Goodenough / Everett Collection / East News

Sandra Bullock — Love Potion No. 9, 1992

Scarlett Johansson — North, 1994

© North / Columbia Pictures and co-producers, Invision / Invision / East News

Zendaya — Shake It Up, 2010

© Shake It Up / Disney Channel and co-producers, Vianney Le Caer / Invision / East News

Elizabeth Hurley — Passenger 57, 1992

© Passenger 57 / Warner Bros. and co-producers, Manoli Figetakis / Everett Collection / East News

Meryl Streep — Evil Angels, 1988

Afshan Azad — Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, 2005

Jennifer Lawrence — The Bill Engvall Show, 2007

Winona Ryder — Great Balls of Fire!, 1989

© Great Balls of Fire! / Orion Pictures and co-producers, Kristin Callahan / Everett Collection / East News

Do you know any other celebrities who’ve changed beyond recognition since the beginning of their career?

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