4. Harrison Ford
At 52, Harrison Ford began flying. He had worked with the Aircraft Owner’s and Pilot’s Association. A while ago, Ford began volunteering as a rescue pilot.
The actor has a reputation for getting out of plane crashes unhurt. His helicopter and vintage WWII Ryan PT-22 Recruit were both crushed by him. Other planes Ford owns are the Citation and Waco aircraft.
5. Brad Pitt
We know you never knew he is also an accomplished pilot. More so, he has mastered the World War II-era Supermarine Spitfire aircraft. Brad Pitt obviously is fascinated with vintage planes. He claims to have been inspired by Fury, the WWII action film he shot in the UK in 2013.
According to The Daily Mail, Brad Pitt was certified at the Boultbee Flight Academy in Oxford training school. This is where he learned how to work the Spitfire’s admirable controls.
6. Morgan Freeman
Morgan Freeman joined the Air Force as a mechanic, and he didn’t learn to fly until he was 65 years old. According to Fox News, Freeman owns a Cessna 414 and a Citation 501.
The actor also contributes his famous voice to marketing materials for the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association.
7. Gisele Bundchen
Didn’t you know supermodels have hidden talents? G. Bundchen started flying and became a pilot in 2009.
If you thought you can’t have a glowing career and still pursue your passion, these celebrities would prove you wrong. They are winging both and doing it so gracefully.