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10 Celebrities You Didn't Know Made Albums

Did you know these celebs tried to cut their teeth in music?

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    Alyssa Milano, "Look in My Heart" (1989) . . . She actually released four albums between 1989 and 1992 (Buzzfeed) Image via Getty Images
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    Jeff Daniels, "Live and Unplugged to Benefit the Purple Rose Theatre" (2005) . . . It's an album of satirical songs to benefit his Michigan theater company. (BuzzFeed) Image via Getty Images
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    Joe Pesci, "Vincent Laguardia Gambini Sings Just for You" (1998) . . . The best track might be Joe rapping on "Wise Guy". Vincent Laguardia Gambini is Pesci's character in the movie "My Cousin Vinny". (BuzzFeed) Image via Getty Images
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    Brian Austin Green, "One Stop Carnival" (1996) . . . He played a DJ (slash) rapper on "Beverly Hills 90210" . . . but couldn't translate that into a legit music career. (BuzzFeed) Image via Getty Images
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    Clint Eastwood, "Rawhide's Clint Eastwood Sings Cowboy Favorites" (1963) (BuzzFeed) Image via Getty Images
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    Joey Lawrence, "Joey Lawrence" (1993) . . . He scored a Top 20 hit with his track "Nothin' My Love Can't Fix". (BuzzFeed) Image via Getty Images
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    Robert Downey Jr., "The Futurist" (2004) . . . He wrote eight ballads for the album. (BuzzFeed) Image via Getty Images
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    Terrence Howard, "Shine Through It" (2008) . . . He described his debut album as "urban country." (BuzzFeed) Image via Getty Images
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    Shaquille O'Neal, "Shaq Diesel" (1993) . . . His debut album produced TWO Top 40 hits, "What's Up Doc? (Can We Rock)" and "(I Know I Got) Skillz". (BuzzFeed) Image via Getty Images
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    Naomi Campbell, "Baby Woman" (1994) . . . The only single, "Love and Tears" reached #40 in the U.K. (BuzzFeed) Image via Getty Images