She's not just Cassie on Euphoria. Sweeney is also an accomplished car mechanic, revealing that she got a 1969 Ford Bronco and started creating TikTok videos to show her progress fixing up the car.
We all know the multifaceted actor is talented—he sings, he dances, etc.—but did you know he worked as a lion tamer in the circus when he was a teenager? "It was a female named Sheba," he recalled to Vanity Fair, "and she was very sweet. Like a dog, really."
The Irish actor used to be a line dancer—but not the River Dance kind. He was actually a member of a line-dancing group that wore all denim and cowboy hats, country-western style.
The funnyman is actually quite serious about music. He played a few gigs with future Steely Dan guys Donald Fagen and Walter Becker in a band called The Leather Canary, with Chase on drums, and then turned his attention to jazz piano.
The Glee alum dealt with a lot during his time as Mr. Schu, but in real life the star of stage and screen delivered two babies when he was 18 when his dad, a midwife, had him along for "Take Your Kid to Work Day."
She can do more than just act—that really was her playing the accordion on Mad Men.
A true artist in every sense, the King of Pop spent a lot of his free time sketching chairs, but not just any chairs—he specifically drew chairs with faces because...why not?
His giant clock isn't the only thing that makes him interesting. The Public Enemy rapper is also a multi-instrument musician who taught himself how to play piano, guitar, saxophone, trombone and French horn.
The Fast & Furious star doesn't spend all his time working out. He also designs video games, which he got the idea for after playing Dungeons & Dragons for over 20 years.
When he's not singing, the famous crooner spends his time building miniature train sets. He has an entire floor of his home filled with miniature railroad models depicting New York and Pennsylvania's railroad lines.
The Animal artist is quite the crafter, famously asking fans to send any spare teeth they might have to her for an art project while she was in rehab.
The Star Wars icon is also an experienced airplane and helicopter pilot who has helped deliver supplies to Haiti and has helped out on rescue missions in the United States.
In addition to being a country music legend, the Man in Black worked as a Morse Code Intercept Operator for the U.S. Air Force in the early years of the Cold War.
The actor is also a professional skateboarder, rumored to have perfected (and possibly invented) the 360 flip!
The Late Night hostdoesn't just write jokes—he also co-wrote a Spider-Man comics spin-off titled "The Short Halloween" with Bill Hader.
The Funny People actress has been able to ride a unicycle since getting one as a Christmas present when she was 10.
The Parks and Rec funnyman is known for being a tough guy on and off the show—and he is as into woodworking as his famous character, Ron Swanson. In fact, Offerman took wood from the set and made canoe paddles for his cast mates when the sitcom was coming to an end.
The Oscar-winning director and jazz aficionado is also a prolific composer—he scored six of his own movies, including Million Dollar Baby and J. Edgar, as well as the 2007 drama Grace Is Gone.