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And Johnston, 26, will be hoping to stay sharp on the course as he continues to cut his teeth in professional golf.
Keane is also a Forest favourite having cut his teeth in the professional game under Brian Clough before joining Manchester United in 1993.
This confusion is compounded by Virginia-based writer Thomas Pierce's inventive plotting: he cut his teeth with short stories and tries to bring their tantalising nature to his debut novel, but doesn't hit the mark.
The comedian, who cut his teeth as an up and coming talent, made his break when he appeared on the Churchill Show.
However, he remains confident he can handle the pressure-cooker atmosphere that awaits him, having previously cut his teeth in Cardiff's solitary season in the Premier League as a teenager - an experience he says has left him without fear.
But Fenlon, 20, cut his teeth at the English League Two AFC Wimbledon offshoot since embraced by most Crazy Gang fans.
He cut his teeth at the Edinburgh Fringe, taking up four sell-out shows over three consecutive years.
The Leicester second row cut his teeth playing for Eastern Suburbs in Sydney, before joining the Tigers three years ago.
He cut his teeth producing the original staging of Chicago in 1975 (in 2003, he took home an Oscar for producing the film version).
New Glarus brewmaster Dan Carey cut his teeth making Budweiser for the old Anheuser-Busch, so he knows how light lager is done.
"It's not easy to show off," says Vogel, who cut his teeth in the outdoor industry.
HE CUT his teeth playing records for patients as a hospital DJ.
For starters, this was the last hurrah for East Stirlingshire's ground after 137 years of service - and a farewell to a setting in which Alex Ferguson had cut his teeth as a manager.
A DJ who cut his teeth at legendary Coventry rave venue Eclipse before remixing tracks for a host of famous performers is back in town with his new band.
This time round we get werewolves and an upper-class vampire elite called the Volturi headed by Aro (Michael Sheen, who cut his teeth in vampire roles in the Underworld films).