Robert Pattinson, born in 1986, is a worldwide phenomenal heart-throb of teens and tweens. Best known for his role in the “Twilight” saga, his mysterious looks and voice are just some of the things that makes him different from other actors.1
Explore films other than Twilight that he appears in. Robert Pattinson did not start his career as a vampire, so appreciate what he’s done in the past, as well as future media.
- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: plays as Cedric Diggory, a student above Harry Potter.
- The Bad Mother’s Handbook: a BBC TV drama, Robert plays as Daniel Gale, a quiet schoolmate whom is befriended by a rebellious teenage girl with her own family problems.
- How to Be: comedy/drama movie, he plays Art (Arthur), whom is trying to find his “self” during a life crisis, including a relationship breakup, jobs, and a relationship void between himself and his parents.
- Remember Me: executive producer to this drama film, he plays a troubled adolescence and falls in love with a girl that has a similar life background.
Learn that he’s not a recording artist, but has composed songs. Two of his songs, “Never Think” and “Let Me Sign” are featured in the movie “Twilight”, as well as the soundtrack. In addition, he has contributed three songs to “How to Be” soundtrack. He has stated in many interviews that he does think about composing music in the future.
Avoid the rumors about his love life. It’s reasonable to say that until it comes out of his mouth in a physical interview or professional source website, not to believe any dating rumors between him and his co-stars, such as Kristen Stewart. When he doesn’t answer love life questions, please respect that.
Realize that he’s a human being, like everyone else. No one is literally perfect when it comes to hygiene or fashion. With busy and hectic schedules, he’s also known for wearing the same clothes or not washing his hair. He prefers the fashion of Marc Jacobs.
Get the most out of real interviews. Appreciate him the most by watching segments or appearances that he makes, such as the “Today Show”, “The Daily Show with John Stewart”, and “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”.
6Avoid fan-made YouTube videos. These only view an actor’s or actress’s looks and acting performance. Look outside the box and appreciate more than that.