Leslie Jones was a telemarketer for Scientology before ‘SNL’

"Saturday Night Live" star and writer Leslie Jones has made a name for herself in comedy but before she got her big break, the Ghostbusters actress had a very unique job.

Jones appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Wednesday alongside her "Ghostbusters" co-stars Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig, and Melissa McCarthy. Out of the blue, DeGeneres hit the audience with an unknown fact about the funny woman.

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“You were a telemarketer for Scientology?” the host asked Jones.

“Uh, yeah, they kinda still don’t know I’m not a Scientologist,” she replied, laughing. “Thanks for blowing my cover, Ellen!”

Her co-stars were shocked by this revelation, jokingly scooting down the couch to get away from her.

“I lived in Glendale I needed to pay the rent, and it was a very easy interview,” Jones said. “I just acted crazy… Oh my God, I’m sorry Scientologists for revealing things.”

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But Jones wasn’t the only star with an unusual career history.

McKinnon revealed that she was once an umpire for Little League.

“In retrospect, I should have brushed up on the rules for softball before litigating them,” she quipped.

"Ghostbusters" hits theaters on July 15.