Actors Who Were Never The Same After A Role | Wonderdir

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We’ve all had tough days at the office. But some actors, dedicated to giving it their all, took their work a few steps too far. Though these critically-acclaimed, often award-winning performances are a delight to watch, the experience of preparing for and recovering from these roles did a number on the actors involved, and left a lasting impression — not always for the positive. Here are several actors who went the extra mile for their craft…

Isabelle Adjani – Possession | 0:21
Adrien Brody – The Pianist | 0:50
Colin Firth – The King’s Speech | 1:39
Hugh Laurie – House | 2:36
Bob Hoskins – Who Framed Roger Rabbit | 3:33
Heath Ledger – The Dark Knight | 4:12
Charlie Hunnam – American TV & Movies | 4:58
Janet Leigh – Psycho | 6:03
James Cromwell – Babe | 6:33
Christopher McDonald – Happy Gilmore | 7:31

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49 thoughts on “Actors Who Were Never The Same After A Role | Wonderdir

  1. I had to stutter for a role in our drama group in school, I was 13 years old then, and never had problems with stuttering before, but for over 2 years after the play i had occasional issues with stuttering, in the beginning quite a lot actually.

  2. You might consider these actors:
    Andy Robinson as the killer Scorpio in "Dirty Harry" and Billy Drago who played Nitti in "The Untouchables." Both actors were stigmatized as "bad guys" since they did such convincing jobs in their roles. Robinson was regularly accosted and threatened with death because people could not dissociate him from Scorpio.
    Among international actors, I would choose Temuera Morrison who played Jake 'The Muss' Heke in "Once Were Warriors." He said he was emotionally scarred for weeks after playing that role.

  3. Hugh Laurie was already a well-known actor (at least in UK) before House. I find it sad that the casting director / etc. in this video that had no idea he who he was and thought that he was an American.

  4. Damn, Bob Hoskins must have went through some crazy shit! Imagine going into a room, and hallucinating a rabbit from a movie sitting there. It sounds like a joke, but it's actually creepy…

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