This is pretty interesting…who know they were all child actors before they became huge hip-hop stars. Here’s a small section of the article and then you can check it out in full (including videos) at

There’s no question that Drake is the biggest thing in rap, but the industry is just starting to understand the talent of Noah “40” Shebib, the producer/engineer behind almost all of Drizzy’s music. Last week MTV featured the low-key mastermind in their documentary Drake: Better Than Good Enough, where the rapper confessed, “40 is everything to me. Without 40, I don’t know what I would do.” It’s the rare musical partnership that seems to be clicking on every level, but most don’t know that 40 has something else in common with Drake: he was also a child actor.

No, he wasn’t on Degrassi, but the multi-talented Canadian actually had a surprisingly legit career in movies and TV throughout the ’90s and early ’00s before diving into music. From kiddie TV favorites like Goosebumps to critically-acclaimed indie dramas like The Virgin Suicides, 40 grew up in front of the camera playing a variety of roles that any aspiring actor would be proud to have on their resume. Complex went back into the vaults and dug up clips of his performances to give you a sample of his acting chops.

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