It was rather easy for some celebrities to make a name for themselves while some take years to come into prominence.
Late bloomers are not failures; they only achieved something later than others did and that's totally fine Are you of the opinion that there is a set age one should have succeeded in whatever? Or do you ever feel like it's too late to realize your dream? Don't you think that way? There are so many people out there, even the famous, that took so long to get their achievements. Just like there is no one-size-fits-all law for the right age to start a career, there is no set chronology for when success will come.
Before we get so motivational, we have put together a list of 10 famous people who were real-time late bloomers in their career. These stars demonstrate how the diligent, passionate and gritty can make their dreams come true even when there are setbacks.
1. Tiffany Haddish
American comedian, Tiffany Haddish has received four awards since she stepped into Hollywood and they all came this year; of which three out of the awards are a product of her outstanding performance in 'Girls Trip.' It is possible that the 38-year-old is the breakout star of the moment and that mainly was because her years of hard work in comedy is now paying off. Haddish struggled for many years in the Los Angeles comedy scene. She revealed sometime this year that she had to live in her car at some point in her early twenties. Later, she landed roles in TV shows such as 'If Loving You Is Wrong' and 'The Carmichael Show.' But not until 2017 that she rose to stardom because of her role 'Girls Trip.'
In the comedic 'Girls Trip,' Haddish played Dina who was a nurse and divorced mom. Her character was that happy-go-lucky, impulsive party rocker who lost her nursing job after assaulting a colleague shortly before the trip.
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