While millennials were barely a glimmer in their parent's eyes in 1992, Harrison Ford was already a bonafide movie star.
At 40 years old, the acclaimed Hollywood hunk had already won audiences' hearts in a handful of blockbuster roles, including Jack Trainer in Working Girl, the adventurous Indiana Jones, and—of course—as Han Solo in the beloved Star Wars franchise.
When he sat down with E! News 23 years ago, despite decades of overwhelming fame, he couldn't shake the memory of his early years as a struggling onscreen hopeful.
"If I had known how hard it was when I set out to be an actor, I might have been deterred, but when I committed to that as something that I wanted, I began to understand that really part of what worked was simply not giving up," he shared with E! News.
"There was a certain process of attrition and a lot of the people that were in the group that came in at about the time that I came in...gave up along the way."