Talent is what comes to all of us naturally, whether it is drawing, writing, designing or constructing something; and every individual has his own call.
More than learning skills to enhance talent, it is necessary to embrace it and make sure it becomes a part of one's identity and existence. Thaty is why 24 November is celebrated as Celebrate Your Unique Talent Day across the globe which aims at encouraging people to showcase their unique talent in front of friends and family.
As the world celebrates the event today, here is a list of some celebrities who have awesome hidden talents that are not much known among their fans.
Dylan is a renowned American singer and songwriter, famous for his all-time hits "Blowin' in the Wind" and "The Times They Are a-Changin'". However, apart from a brilliant writer and singer, Dylan is skilled in iron works, and his designs have been on a display at the Halcyon Gallery in London.
Bruce Willis started his career as a harmonica player in an R&B band called Loose Goose. Willis still plays harmonica with his band The Accelarators, long after becoming an iconic action hero in numerous Hollywood movies.
Apparently, the Millennium Falcon in the "Star Wars" movies is not the only thing Ford can pilot. He is skilled in flying fixed-winged aircrafts and helicopters in real life as well. What's more, he has occasionally helped authorities with his skills in a number of rescue operations.
The prominent comedian and actor who is known for his works in several movies and shows is also a professional banjo player. He is so dedicated to it that he established the Steve Martin Prize for Excellence in Banjo and Bluegrass in order to bring greater visibility to the art.
The actor who garnered immense praise from both critics and fans for his portrayal of famous boy wizard Harry Potter in the movies of same name is an avid rapper. His performance at The Tonight's Show Starring Jimmy Fallon left the audience awestruck and Fallon speechless.