Entertainment Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson almost became a CIA operative

17:31  13 june  2018
17:31  13 june  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Even when The Scorpion King became a campy spinoff movie, it turned Johnson ’s CGI disaster monster from The Here is a completely real list of Dwayne Johnson roles: Hobbs, a vaguely defined special agent in four Fast and Furious movies. Bob Stone, a CIA agent in Central Intelligence .

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  • Today, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is an actor and all-around national treasure.
  • Things were almost different.
  • Apparently, when he was in college Johnson dreamed of becoming a CIA operative.
  • The Rock got a reality check from a college professor who said his grades weren't quite good enough for law school or, ultimately, the CIA.

Today, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is an actor all-around American treasure. But things were almost very different.

 On Tuesday night, Johnson revealed his long-held dream to be a CIA agent on Instagram. In the post, The Rock said he would have pursued his dream if his academic advisor didn't give him a reality check.

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We talked to Dwayne " The Rock " Johnson on the set of ’ Central Intelligence .’ He decides to change his life. He works for the CIA and becomes very efficient as an operative .

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"In college, my goal was to eventually work for the CIA," he wrote. "Until my criminal justice professor and advisor (Dr. Paul Cromwell) convinced me that the best operative I could become for the agency is one that also had a law degree."

But Johnson realized that wasn't exactly the right path for him.

"I thought that's a great idea until I realized no respectable law school would ever let me in with my pile of steaming s--- grades," he wrote.

At the time, Johnson was a self-described "Smirky Beefy McBeef," 22-year-old football player for the University of Miami in Miami, Florida. After college, The Rock went on to play football for the Calgary Stampeders, a football team based out of Alberta, Canada. However, he was cut from the team two months into the season, The Globe and Mail reported.

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Check out the first look images for Central Intelligence , the new action comedy starring Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson plays Bob, a former overweight nerd who spent his high school years being bullied before he “blossomed physically” into hulking “ The Rock ” stature and became a deadly CIA operative .

Dwayne ' The Rock ' Johnson has a busy year ahead Frazer Harrison/Getty. Two former high school classmates reunite on Facebook after 20 years. The Rock plays a CIA operative According to IMBD, DC Comics's Shazam tells the story a boy who has the ability to become an adult superhero in times

But, you know, things turned out just fine for The Rock.

The athlete went on to become a professional wrestler before pivoting to a career in movies. And now? He's known for being a doting fatherdominating the action movie scene, and giving back to his fans. Not too shabby.

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