Jon Gosselin
Jon Gosselin used to star in “Jon & Kate Plus 8.” He is pictured attending a launch party for Virgin America on April 4, 2012 in Philadelphia. Getty Images

Sometimes your co-workers are just like you and other times they just so happen to be huge stars who turned down the spotlight for a normal job.

Although Hollywood is filled with glitz, glamour and the stuff that dreams are made of, not everyone is cut out to be a celebrity and some stars make the choice to give up their Hollywood careers for a chance at a regular job.

Check out these five celebrities who now work regular jobs:

1. Jack Gleeson

Jack Gleeson
Jack Gleeson starred in “Game Of Thrones.” The former actor is pictured attending the “GOT” Season 4 premiere on March 18, 2014 in New York City. Getty Images

After playing one of the most hated characters on the HBO series “Game of Thrones,” the young actor decided it was time for him to say goodbye to the entertainment industry. When Gleeson’s character, King Joffrey, was killed off of the series, the actor decided that the closing of his “GOT” chapter would also mark the end of his career. During an interview with Entertainment Weekly in 2014, Gleeson revealed that acting was no longer fun for him.

“I just stopped enjoying it as much as I used to. And now there’s the prospect of doing it for a living, whereas up until now it was always something I did for recreation with my friends, or in the summer for some fun. I enjoyed it. When you make a living from something, it changes your relationship with it. It’s not like I hate it, it’s just not what I want to do,” he told the outlet.

Although Gleeson revealed he wasn’t completely sure what he wanted to do with his life, he had plans to finish school and make something out of his college degree. “I don’t know. Yeah. No idea. I have one year left in college. After that, I might do a post-graduate of some kind, but I don’t know in what.”

2. Kevin Jonas

Kevin Jonas
Kevin Jonas used to be apart of the Jonas Brothers band. The former singer is pictured attending the 8th Annual TopSpin Charity Event on Dec. 1, 2016 in New York City. Getty Images

The singer, who was one-third of the teenage heartthrob band the Jonas Brothers, began to fade from the spotlight following the dismemberment of the band and the start of his family. In 2012, the band announced that they would be going their separate ways.

Brothers Nick and Joe went on to pursue music careers. Joe formed the successful music group DNCE and Nick also dabbled in acting, earning several on-screen roles. Kevin has since had two daughters with wife Danielle Deleasa and has been exploring the tech world.

The singer launched a food searching app called Yood and later got into construction. Jonas even made an appearance on an episode of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” as one of the contractors working on cast member Kathy Wakile’s home.

3. Nikki Blonsky

Nikki Blonsky
Nikki Blonsky starred in “Hairspray.” The actress is pictured attending the “'Love, Loss, and What I Wore” 500th performance celebration on Jan. 13, 2011 in New York City. Getty Images

The actress, who took on the role took of Tracy Turnblad in the 2007 remake of “Hairspray,” has worked alongside Zac Efron, James Marsden, Christopher Walken and John Travolta. Despite her brush with some of Hollywood’s A-listers, the actress went back to working a regular job after her acting career failed to take off.

In 2011, Blonsky revealed that she was working at a salon to help support herself. “It is true. I’m working at Superstar Salon as a makeup artist and more. I’m proud to be working and helping pay bills but I’ll NEVER lose sight of my dreams. Just cause I’m part time working doesn’t mean I’m gonna give up on my dreams and don’t give up on yours. I might book something big soon. Keep positive,” she wrote on her website at the time.

4. Jon Gosselin

Since his divorce from wife Kate in 2009, Gosselin’s reality star fame from “Jon & Kate Plus Eight” began to fade. At one point, the former TLC star and father of eight was seen working at TGI Friday’s. In 2016, Gosselin told E! News that his choice to go into the food service was a favor to a friend. “I took the job at Friday’s because my friend needed help in the kitchen for the sauté line,” he said.

“I’ve always been passionate about cooking, and I ended up donating that paycheck to various children’s charities in my area,” Jon told told the outlet.

Moving past his fast food career in 2017, Gosselin confirmed that he landed a gig as a male stripper. “I work at Dusk Nightclub in Atlantic City, New Jersey. I’m a member of the Senate DJ group and I also help with Promotion,” he told Entertainment Tonight.

“I DJ at the club sometimes, but I find promotion is more rewarding both financially and emotionally. I like taking care of people and making others feel welcome,” he explained.

5. Dylan Sprouse

Dylan Sprouse
Dylan Sprouse starred in several shows on the Disney Channel. The former actor is pictured attending Katsuya Brentwood Celebrates A Decade on June 15, 2016 in Los Angeles. Getty Images

Known for his role on the Disney series “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody” as well as “The Suite Life On Deck” with his twin brother Cole, the famous twins took a step back from the spotlight to attend college. Although Cole managed to find his way back into entertainment, currently starring in The CW series “Riverdale,” Dylan has chosen to take another route.

The former child star announced that he would be opening a meadery in Brooklyn, New York, called the All-Wise Meadery.

“All-Wise, an all local, heathen-owned Meadery, offers its own meads, brewed in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, along with other meads from mazers around the United States in our bar portion. Both on tap and in bottle, All-Wise is the location for mead in NYC,” the company website reads.

The meadery is scheduled to open this summer.