Michelle Pfeiffer treated her Instagram followers to a trip down memory lane on Thursday, when she shared a clip of herself as a beauty pageant queen in the 1970s.
The 62-year-old actress was seen as a fresh-faced teenager in various local modelling competitions as she competed for titles throughout Southern California.
In sharing the collection of throwback clips, the stunning Scarface star added the playful caption: 'Hey, we all gotta start somewhere.'
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Looking back: Michelle Pfeiffer shared a throwback video to her Instagram account to give her followers a bit of insight into her days as a beauty pageant competitor
In all of the videos, Pfeiffer is mentioned as being from Orange County, California; she was raised in various cities around the area.
One of the announcers in the videos made a point of pointing out the actress' piercing blue eyes and lustrous blonde hair.
As shared by a commentator in the clips, she mentions interests in softball and oil painting, as well as her desire to become an actress.
In her early years, the screen star competed in numerous beauty pageants, and was crowned Miss Orange County in 1978.
Letting everyone know: In every part of the video, the actress was introduced as hailing from Orange County, California, where she was raised
We've got a winner! The Scarface actress won the Miss Orange County beauty competition in 1978. The star is pictured right in 2017
She later took sixth place in the Miss California contest that same year.
Two of Pfeiffer's younger sisters debated taking up modelling as a career, but both ultimately pursued other interests.
After winning her home county's beauty competition, she made her acting debut in an episode of the classic drama series Fantasy Island.
The actress later made her film debut in the 1980 teen comedy film The Hollywood Knights, where she starred along Tony Danza and Fran Drescher.
Pfeiffer would go on to enjoy a long-running film career, although she has occasionally ventured back into modelling, and was the face of a 2005 campaign for Giorgio Armani.
Blue-eyed girl: One of the announcers in the videos made a point of pointing out the actress' piercing blue eyes and lustrous blonde hair
Interests and ambitions: As shared by a commentator in the clips, she mentions interests in softball and oil painting, as well as her desire to become an actress
In an interview with Elle, the Batman Returns actress spoke about how her extended period of time at home has made her more comfortable in her own skin, without makeup or any other beauty procedures.
'I feel like we all, it just sounds so corny, but I'm sensing that we're all discovering that our natural beauty is enough in a way that I don't think we understood before,' she remarked.
Pfeiffer did admit, however, that she would be grateful to undergo a few spa procedures, just to take the edge off of quarantine.
'At the same time, what I wouldn't give for a facial. Or just a manicure and a pedicure. It's like I could use a little TLC, I think,' the actress said.
The star has been married to celebrated TV producer and writer David E. Kelley since 1993. They share two children: daughter Claudia, 28, and son John, 26.
Model: Although she has primarily worked as an actress, Pfeiffer has occasionally ventured back into modelling, and was the face of a campaign for Giorgio Armani. Pictured in 2019
Life: The star has been married to celebrated TV producer and writer David E. Kelley since 1993. They share two children: daughter Claudia, 28, and son John, 26. Pictured in 2020