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Biographic - Sunday May 30, 2021 Comic Strip Licensing and Permissions

Biographic - Sunday May 30, 2021 Comic Strip
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Born in London on May 13, 1986, Robert Pattison worked as a model in his early teens, before he became involved in amateur theater. His screen debut came in 2004's "Ring Of The Nibelungs," a production that was released both theatrically and as a TV miniseries, under a variety of titles, including "Dark Kingdom: The Dragon King" when it was shown the U.S. in 2006. Following a role in "Vanity Fair" that was cut from the movie but included on the DVD release, he raised his profile significantly with his portrayal of Quidditch-playing Cedric Diggory in 2005's "Harry Potter and The Goblet Of Fire" British TV productions "The Haunted Airman" and "The Bad Mother's Handbook" were followed by his starring role in the indie comedy "How To Be". He performed three songs on the soundtrack. The movie earned him best actor in a feature award at France's 2008 Strasbourg Film Festival. That same year, he starred as the vampire Edward Cullen in "Twilight" a movie whose soundtrack included two of his songs was a huge hit and established Robert as a major teen heartthrob, he reprised the role in four sequels, and the "Twilight" movies grossed more than $3.3 billion worldwide. He embraced smaller more esoteric projects, playing Salvador Dali in "Little Ashes," T.E. Lawrence, the real-life "Lawrence of Arabia" in "Queen of the Desert" and Dennis Stock, the photographer renowned for his iconic images of actor James Dean, in 2015's "Life" Other credits included the critically acclaimed thriller "Good Time" the sci-fi drama "High Life" and the psychological horror movie "The lighthouse." 2020's "Tenet" directed by Christopher Nolan, remarked a return to more bid-budget fare, and he followed that a role in the ensemble thriller "The Devil All the Time." Robert has donned cape and cowl to star in "The Batman" a movie that is guaranteed to return him to Blockbuster status when it hits theater screens in 2002.