Look Familiar? 18 Surprisingly Normal Snapshots of Famous Celebs In Their Youth
2. Madonna at 24, 1983
The Material Girl was still on her way up when this photo was taken. A year later, she became internationally famous.
3. The Real Alice in Wonderland
Alice Liddell (1852-1934) was Lewis Carroll's inspiration for the legendary children's story.
4. Will Ferrell as a USC student, 1989
We don't know what's happening here, and we don't want to guess.
6. Jackie Kennedy at 6, 1935
The future first lady was born Jacqueline Lee Bouvier. Her father was a wealthy stockbroker.
7. John F. Kennedy at 22, 1940
The future president was 12 years older than Jackie Kennedy. Here JFK is graduating from Harvard and will soon serve in the Navy during World War II.
8. Maggie Smith in the 1960s
Now 81, she's Violet Crawley, Dowager Countess of Grantham on "Downton Abbey."
9. Ernest Hemingway, 1921
You're probably used to seeing him in his "Old Man and the Sea" later years, with gray, balding hair and cigarettes. He was quite a dashing young man on his wedding day at age 21 to Elizabeth Hadley Richardson.
10. Meryl Streep at 17, 1966
The future movie star was a cheerleader at Bernards High School in Bernardsville, New Jersey.
11. Freddie Mercury, 1958
The lead singer of Queen spent most of his childhood in India, and already seems to have won a trophy at age 12. Could this be where "We Are the Champions" originates?
13. Hillary Clinton at 21, 1969
She's a senior at Wellesley College. She became the first student in Wellesley history to deliver its commencement address.
14. The Real Christopher Robin and Winnie the Pooh
Christopher Robin Milne (1920-96) was the son of "Winnie the Pooh" author A.A. Milne.
16. Marilyn Monroe at 24, 1951
Before she was a movie star, she was a pin-up model. Although beautiful (of course!), she looks surprisingly chunky here, but that was considered an ideal body shape in the early 1950s. Monroe would slim down when she started in movies.
17. Larry Bird in High School
The future Boston Celtics great and Basketball Hall of Famer played at Springs Valley High School in French Lick, Indiana, in the early 1970s.