The gifted Amanda Seyfried began modelling at the age of four and received her first film role when she was 15 years old. Seyfried has appeared in front of the camera since a young age, in everything from print advertisements to clothing brands.
At the age of 12, Milla Jovovich started her modelling career, working with publications like Vogue and Cosmopolitan. working on campaigns for Armani, Calvin Klein, Versace, and Dior. The cult classic The Fifth Element was eventually where she got her big break.
Despite doing nothing particularly noteworthy, Kate Upton managed to build an empire and is still regarded as the IT girl of the 2010s. The mega super model would eventually find her way into films.
After having to give up ballet due to an injury, Diane Kruger worked as a fashion model. In National Treasure, where she later received her big break, she exhibited her acting prowess as Bridget von Hammersmark.
A well-known runway model who worked for companies like Victoria’s Secret was Rebecca Romijn. Romijn eventually got big roles in the first X-Men series and has continued to work in the business ever since.
Halle Berry placed second in the Miss USA competition in 1986. She quickly transitioned to modelling and landed her first significant film roles in The Flintstones, Solomon & Sheba, and Losing Isaiah in the 1990s. She later received her most notable role as Storm in the X-Men series and has since worked on numerous other films.
Before having to put her ballet career on hiatus due to an injury, Charlize Theron was already a good dancer. Later, she started modelling and was found in Los Angeles. She subsequently appeared in the films Monster, Prometheus, Mad Max: Fury Road, Snow White and the Huntsman, Atomic Blonde, and Old Guard.
The Colombian bombshell began her career as an ad girl for various brands in the US and in her native Colombia before landing her big break on Univision. Sofia Vergara went on to star in a number of films and the popular TV programme Modern Family.
Up until her breakthrough role in the comedy Taxi, Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen served as the face of numerous goods and brands. Later on, in the movie The Devil Wears Prada, she turned it up a notch.
Before working on films like Gone Girl and We Are Your Friends, Emily Ratajkowski worked as a model and cover girl.