By InTouch Weekly
The cast of the "Hunger Games" may be the talk of the town, but where were they prior to their Hollywood success?
It may be hard to picture Donald Sutherland as anything other than a great actor, but he was once part of the comedy troupe, "UC Follies", and had even considered becoming an engineer.
Before making a name for himself as a big screen powerhouse, Stanley Tucci got his acting start in the Broadway play, "The Queen and the Rebels," fresh out of Purchase College with a major in acting.
Elizabeth Banks attended the American Conservatory Theatre after university, and spent many years acting in lesser known films before getting her big break in 2005's "The 40-Year-Old Virgin."
Two years after graduating from Hanover College with a degree in theatre and english, Woody Harrelson was cast in the NBC sitcom "Cheers."
Like Woody, Liam started out on the small screen, acting in various television series before hitting the big screen opposite Miley Cyrus in "The Last Song."
Unlike his "Hunger Games" co-stars, Josh Hutcherson began his acting career at the tender age of 9, appearing in television pilots, before moving on to Hollywood ventures, and even voice acting.
Graduating from high school two years early in order to pursue acting full time, Jennifer started out on the TV series, "The Bill Engvall Show," before landing her lead role in "Winter's Bone."