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Mathura-Jeffree is a big fan of dinosaurs and once told the Herald he would have become a palaeontologist if he hadn't been a model. A post shared by Colin Mathura-Jeffree (@colinmathurajeffree) on Oct 2, 2017 at 10:54pm PDT If Matilda Rice hadn't made the fateful decision to apply to be a contestant on the first season of The Bachelor NZ, she would presumably still be working in sales. Rice was working in a sales role at MediaWorks when she became Art Green's number one Bachelorette and moved to an account services manager role at TVNZ shortly after finding fame. She finally quit her sales gig altogether in late 2016 in order to focus on becoming the influencer, brand ambassador, author, meal delivery entrepreneur and TV presenter we know and love today. A post shared by Matilda Rice (@matootles) on May 31, 2018 at 6:28pm PDT The Hits presenter Sam Wallace had lofty goals when he was a kid: He wanted to play in the NBA. More specifically, he apparently wanted to be Michael Jordan. That dream may not have come to fruition, but Wallace still looks pretty pleased with how his career turned out. A post shared by Sam Wallace (@breakfastsam) on Jun 27, 2018 at 10:29am PDT If being a comedian hadn't worked out so well for Urzila Carlson, chances are she would be working as a designer at an advertising agency. That was what Carlson was doing when she decided to change careers in her mid-30s and pursue comedy. An ad agency Carlson worked for decided to line her up with four minutes of stand-up at an open mic night as a joke - and the jokes kept coming! A post shared by Urzila Carlson (@urzilacarlson) on May 24, 2018 at 3:06pm PDT It sounds like it's lucky Sam Neill became an actor.
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