For those who thought Daveed Diggs had another wonderful Broadway show before being discovered for “Hamilton,” think again! The actor paid a visit to “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” and remembered his previous “soul-sucking” job, from which he disappeared, and probably shouldn’t have.

Diggs recalled he was delivering catering (mostly fajitas) bought by pharmaceutical companies to be sent to hospitals. He also said he was being paid minimum wage and had to drive for two hours every day, so one day, when he got the life-changing gig to be on Lin-Manuel Miranda’s smash hit show, he just stopped going to his job.

But if the job was so bad, the pay was so low, and the hours were so terrible, why does the actor regret not giving his boss a heads up? Here’s why: “I did my taxes hella late,” Diggs recalls. And even though he “applied for the extension and it was all good,” he had lost the W2 form they’d sent him, meaning he had to make an extremely awkward call to get a picture of the form sent to him, that is, if the even remembered who he was!

We’ll let him explain in this video.

Diggs says it’s been a year of firsts after he joined Miranda’s “Hamilton,” and that includes his very first Tony nod as part of the record-breaking 16 nominations the Broadway hit earned.

Daveed is nominated for Best Featured Actor in a Musical along with fellow “Hamilton” stars Jonathan Groff and Christopher Jackson, as well as Brandon Victor Dixon for his performance in “Shuffle Along, Or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed” and Christopher Fitzgerald for his performance in “Waitress.”

The 2016 Tony Awards will be broadcast Live on CBS, Sunday, June 12, hosted by Tony winner James Corden.