Flashback! Interview Magazine has compiled vintage photos of Hollywood's hottest stars from when they were just beginning to shimmer on the scene. We've borrowed a few of our favorites to let you marvel over. Click through, then check out the full gallery here.
Shia LaBeouf, age 18:
"I grow on people. I'm like a disease.'"
Interview, March 2005
Cameron Diaz, age 21:
"Whatever success people have in a field, it's a result of hard work. If you ultimately succeed in one place, you must have worked hard there or somewhere else."
Interview, August 1994
Angelina Jolie, age 22:
"Now I have nothing against anything I've been in before, because I love all sides of me, but I have been experimenting more with that lovely woman side. In this age of feminism, I would hate for the whole gentlemen and ladies things to be lost."
Interview, June 1997
Leonardo DiCaprio, age 19:
"I notice that when I'm being consciously cool and I talk slower and wink or give a little smirk, people seem to like me more, and I think that's how you get phony attitudes about things. Whenever I notice myself doing something just to please somebody else, I try to stop it."
Interview, June 1994
Chloe Sevigny, age 20:
"When I started to hang out in New York, I met a bunch of kids in Washington Square Park. It seemed like the most diverse crowd was hanging out there. I would, like, stare at all these boys, and they all thought I had a staring problem, but it was just that I had never seen so many different kinds of people in my life."
Interview, August 1995
Queen Latifah, age 20:
"I'm not living large; I just want to live comfortably. I wanna have a financial stability that is unshakable. Real estate. Maybe a C.D. I think I'd like to invest in solar cars. I'd also like to have money so that I could do things that don't benefit me at all. I want to build a housing development. A big one, a real def one, and pay for people myself."
Interview, May 1990
Kirsten Dunst, age 16:
"I remember once my acting coach said to me, 'You know when you take your brother's teddy bear away from him and you get a mischievous look on your face?' So that's what I was really thinking when I had to look flirty."
Interview, September 1998
Robert Downey Jr., age 23:
"It's a business that can keep you young forever, or it can make you old before your time, and it all has to do with your perspective, what your beliefs are and how strong you can stay throughout it all."
Interview, April 1989