Meghan Markle once listed stripping and juggling as part of her skills set on her CV.
The American actress, 36, who announced her engagement with Prince Harry last week, became a hit on the TV series Suits.
But before she landed that role, she had a number of other interesting jobs on and off camera as she attempted to hit the big time.
And according to her old CV, seen by TMZ, she had a wide range of talents.
Miss Markle was a 'briefcase girl' - one of the models who hold the suitcases full of cash - on the US version of Deal or No Deal
Miss Markle landed a major role as paralegal Rachel Zane in the legal series Suits in 2011
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Miss Markle, who will marry into the British Royal Family next year, listed TV credits on Fringe, Cuts and her role as Hot Girl in A Lot Like Love as her highlights.
In the skills section, she claimed to be good at many sports, including baseball, golf, swimming, horse riding, snowboarding and baton twirling.
She also boasted of her musical credentials, with her ability to sing pop and country and play the guitar and drums making the list.
Bizarrely, the LA-born bride-to-be noted others skills of being a good DJ, juggler, masseuse and stripper.
Miss Markle graduated from Northwestern University in theatre and international relations.
While trying to pay bills while auditioning for acting roles, she became a freelance calligrapher, doing correspondence for Dolce & Gabbana and wedding invitations for clients such as singer Robin Thicke.
She also worked at the US Embassy in Argentina and was a 'briefcase girl' - one of the models who hold the suitcases full of cash - on the US version of Deal or No Deal.
Miss Markle is pictured in a racy scene in