Celebrities who have reached world fame from poverty

Arnold Schwarzenegger was born in 1947 in Austria in a poor and humble home

by Sead Dedovic
Celebrities who have reached world fame from poverty

Although they are world-famous people today and seem to have always been rich, not everyone's path to fame has been served on a platter. Many of the celebrities grew up in poverty and destitution, far from the luxuries and wealth in which they now live.

They went over the thorns to the stars, and that's why they value even more what they have today. Sarah Jessica Parker The star of the cult series "Se* and the City" had many opportunities to show her extraordinary acting skills.

She is especially known for her interesting and entertaining roles in romantic films. On the other hand, her childhood and youth were not at all fun and romantic. Her family lived on social assistance for years. She grew up in Nelsonville, Ohio, and has repeatedly said her family rarely celebrated occasions, such as birthdays or Christmas.

She remembers that they knew how to live without electricity and telephone, because they did not have the money to pay the bills. Arnold Schwarzenegger Everyone has heard of Arnold. Top action film actor, former professional bodybuilder and former governor of California.

Arnold had a difficult childhood. He was born in 1947 in Austria in a poor and humble home, which had no plumbing and telephone. He really had to be patient and try his best to achieve what he has today. The first step was moving to the United States.

After that, he never stopped trying, working and fighting hard enough for everything he gained.

Other celebrities

Ed Sheeran Today, there is almost no man who has not heard of him. The world-successful pop singer with billions of views on Youtube, who is selling out the world's biggest stadiums in record time, is one of the most wanted people in the world of entertainment.

But that was not always the case. Ed came from the UK without money and fought and sacrificed a lot until he gained his place on the US music scene. One night while performing at a small bar, Jamie Foxx luckily found himself in the same bar and was impressed.

Without the tremendous support Foxx has given him since the first meeting, the question is what his career would look like today. Oprah Winfrey One of the most influential women in the world, Oprah Winfrey, is a global phenomenon.

At one time, she donated cars to all the people in the audience on her talk show. But the early days of the popular Oprah, were far from that luxury. She was born into a poor family in the state of Mississippi, but that never stopped her from receiving a scholarship to Tennessee State College.

She was the first African-American TV correspondent in the United States. She is ranked as the greatest African-American philanthropist in American history. The rest is history…

Arnold Schwarzenegger