Behold! Fanged Hotties Before They Were Vampires
- Skars isn’t the only vamp with a Generation Kill past. Before you could find Kellan posing in his Calvin’s, the actor, and even then BFF to Ashley Greene, landed a part in HBO’s show before hitting it big in Twilight with only a couple of lines. See, a six-pack can make you famous!
Alice Cullen was always superhot, just not as successful. Before having Twilight or Maxim cover girl on her résumé, Greene had to fight for parts like "Kim No. 4" in Otis, as seen here. Now she's having puppy playdates with Miley Cyrus.
Having Ron Howard as your father certainly isn't a bad thing in Hollywood; however, Bryce chose not to fall back purely on nepotism. Before replacing Rachelle Lefevre in Eclipse, BDH first made a name for herself hitting on Tobey Maguire in Spiderman 3.
Holy vampire crossover! When cast as Rosalie Cullen in Twilight, Reed came in with the best résumé out of the group aside from Kristen Stewart. Nikki cowrote the biographical and controversial hit Thirteen, which starred Evan Rachel Wood. Wood can now be seen playing Queen Sophie-Anne in True Blood.
Tomboy haircut aside, Stewart's performance in Panic Room with Jodi Foster showed off her acting chops at the young age of 12. Foster had nothing but praise for her minicostar back then. And let's be real here, it's Kristen's performance that carries the Twilight franchise.
Minus a quickie stint on Six Feet Under, Jennie Garth's hubby dabbled in a few movies but never hit it super big time before Twilight.
Surely you Twi-hards have Rob's biography down pat by now, but it was his role as Cedric Diggory in Harry Patter and the Goblet of Fire that had us going "Hey, that guy who isn't Harry or Ron is really hot." Don't think anyone, R.Pattz especially, saw the superstardom to come.
Tom Cruise in the making got his first break playing Shark Boy in The Adventure of Sharkboy and Lavagirl. Lautner was able to show off his martial arts skills, and even at his young age, you can already see those dimples and biceps in action.