It is a shame that the 'early works' of the great artists are more than often lost to history. No doubt Shakespeare wrote plays or poetry in his teens but we'll never see them. Picasso, Van Gogh and Da Vinci were probably sketching from when they were little kids and how fascinating it would be to see some of these pieces. Nureyev dancing at his high school prom night, John Lennon singing at the boy scout jamboree, Beethoven's earliest jingles. All lost.
But now, with the wonder of technology, the 'early works' of our contemporary greats are freely available to us all (much to their annoyance, most likely).
Please enjoy this pre-stardom performance by the Brando of his generation, our very own Russell Crowe, appearing in a promotional video for the Seventh Day Adventist church (thanks to Melody for finding it).
(PS: It runs for 6 minutes. Maybe make a cuppa, or in Ramon's case, a slab of Coopers. You'll never get the 6 minutes back.)