Who Is Robert Downey Jr?

Robert Downey Jr. Life biography

Robert Downey Jr. is one of Hollywood's favorite movie stars. With a career spanning five decades, Iron Man is known for both the impressive body of his work and his triumph for substance abuse, but there is much more to learn. 
Robert Downey Jr. At the heart of the 1900s were two eclectic parents who struggled with drug and alcohol addiction
writer and actress LC Ford and filmmaker father Robert Downey, the senior actress. He made his on-screen debut in his father’s movie Pound when he was 5 years old. Fine art was such a big part of Downey Jr.'s recognized unusual upbringing that becoming an actor felt like a no-brainer, as he explained to Sam Jones in a 2016 interview: "I don't know if I really had it? I thought I'm going to do it elsewhere. It's never happened to me and it's just, you know, life happens. "While in high school, often traveling with his parents for various projects, Robert Downey Jr. learned his craft in several big cities.
Robert Downey Jr. studied ballet in London, trained to perform at the Stage Door Manor Performing Arts Training Center in NYC, and starred in the production of Santa Monica High School Theater in California.

Net Worth

 Robert Downey Jr. has an estimated net worth of $ 300 million and is one of the highest-paid actors in the industry.

Robert Downey Jr. Struggle Story

Robert Downey Jr.'s success did not come quickly and easily to the upcoming and upcoming talents, who lived as struggling artists in the early '80s. On the Grameen Norton show, Downey revealed that he knew exactly the crowd of actors to perform in the big city, saying: "I told all my friends that I was going to be very successful. And if they needed me, I would do it." Boss. The joke of an SNL season probably knows that the 11th season of Sunday Night Live was a complete bombshell in the mid-80s, but not everyone understands that Robert Downey Jr. was part of that unfortunate performance. Thirty years later, the Rolling Stone sketch comedy series left him with his last breath in the ranking of members of the cast, noting that he had "taken the 1975-16868৮-1 season 1975 by storm." Although the chemistry of the entire cast seemed quite non-existent that year, Donnie's fate was clearly written on the wall, and the actors who were there were finally expelled at the end of the season. Robert Downey Jr. found success on the big screen with notable performances in Rodney Dangerfield's Back to School and Brat Pack movies such as Weird Science and The Pick-up Artist. However, his heartbreaking and nuanced portrayal of drug addict Julian Wells in 1987's Less than Zero is what eventually put the film has earned him critical acclaim for Downey on the map, but the role has intensified his lifelong struggle with his addiction. Downey revealed to The Guardian in 2003: "The character was an exaggeration in itself. Then things changed and in some ways, I exaggerated that character. It lasted much longer than it lasted." The movie stars' infamous drug use war has spread to multiple rehabilitation scars and jail time. The practice finally kicked off in July 2003. The former couple got together after meeting on the set of 1984 drama Firstborn but called it quits in 1991 over the actor's worsening drug addiction.In a 2016 interview, the Marvel star confessed to Howard Stern: "We were at a very conservative relationship concerning the fact that she was normal and I was out of my mind. I did the best I could." Not long after their breakup, After a 42-day courtship in 1999, Donnie tied the knot with actress-singer Deborah Falconer. The time with which he was met. The pair became quite popular two years later and have since welcomed son Exton and daughter Aubrey. To this day, Donnie gives his wife credit for his wife. Recovering from Eastern philosophy addiction, Robert Downey Jr. began studying Eastern philosophy, practicing meditation, and learning Wing Chun Kung Fu, a kind of self-defense preserved by Bruce Lee. These physical and spiritual exercises were clearly effective during the battle sequence of both Iron Man and Sherlock Holmes, but they also offered the married actor a new perspective on life as well as a sense of status when his monsters roamed. In 2004, Downey told Oprah Winfrey about the positive impact on her life: 

Married to Susan Levine

Despite his trouble-free history with the law, Donnie has a much more stable home life nowadays. He married producer Susan Levine in 200 Producers and the couple welcomed their first child together on February 7, 2012. They named their son Exxon Elias. On November 4, 2014, Downey and Levin welcomed their second child, a daughter, Aubrey. In December 2015, California Governor Jerry Brown pardoned Downey for drug offenses in 1996, which sent him to prison for one year.

[Wing Chun] gives you a sense of comfort and self-defense. It improves your focus. It does a lot. It makes you feel like you are. Part of something you respect he later told Men's Journal: "It's about focus. Wing Chun is advising you on how to concentrate, whether you are here or working on any problem in the world. This is now the second nature problem for me where the problem is. "A big Chris Evans fan, the sky is blue. The water is wet. And Robert Downey Jr. loves his Marvel co-star Chris Evan like everyone else. In a 2012 interview with The Hollywood Reporter, he expressed his love for Evans."
People love to say ... that I'm like the predecessor of this whole [Avengers] universe. But if you want to talk about it in terms of team building and you want to talk about it as the most successful creative relay race in the history of cinema, he was the critical leg. But do Evans feel the same way? Are you friends in real life, or ...? Hate him, I can't stand the man? But you're buying it, aren't you? No, yes, we are good friends. "Captain America is definitely a fan of Iron Man in real life. When he's down. He's such a great guy and he's very talented, experienced, and so helpful. He really just opened his arms. Nothing would happen without him. "" Robert Downey Jr., an aspiring musician, is not just a world-famous actor who syncs a whole lot of Elton John tunes together, he also has a killer set of pipes. This is according to this multi-hyphenate sting Jammed on stage and even released his debut album The Futurist in 2004. Down Donnie had mixed feelings about his first musical endeavors, including a stuck track written by four of Chaplin's own characters and Charlie Chaplin's actor telling The New York Times: "Obviously, I left an album. I feel a little hesitant to be such an actor. I wouldn’t be able to express myself with musical instruments in any way if I weren’t an actor of ill repute ... So yeah, I’m a little uncomfortable about it. Unfortunately, the self-proclaimed singer-songwriter's record was not the only significant or commercial hit, receiving mixed reviews and reaching number 121 on the Billboard 200 chart. He may not be known for his outspoken political activism as a perfect activist Robert Downey Jr. Avengers co-star Mark Ruffalo, but he actually spent most of his time and energy working for the public good outside of Kingstown. In addition to meeting the kids in the role of Tony Stark, he and his wife Susan Donai launched their Random Act Funding Foundation in 2016 in collaboration with Omar, describing each year as a foundation dedicated to distributing kindness in the form of financial aid. We will choose companies that are really changing the world and then, as we did with Julia House, we will fund them to achieve amazing things. Speaking sincerely at the War Premiere, he said: "[Reputation] is meaningless, unless you use it to achieve something higher. RDJ or Tony Stark?The first Iron Man movie was a smash hit in 2006, waking up the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As a star was reborn, the late Marvel co-creator Stan Lee felt that Donnie was born to be Tony Stark. After all, the actor's on-screen arrogance has been compared to his ridiculous, ridiculous, always captivating public.

Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man) QUOTES

1) I think part of my destiny is to understand that I am not a poster boy for drug addiction. I’m just this guy who wants a home and wants a foundation and has a really strong idea of what wasn’t, I choose to build it now.
—Robert Downey Jr.

2) “I don't drink nowadays. I have allergies to alcohol and drugs. I broke the handcuffs.
—Robert Downey Jr.

3) Until ['less than zero'], I've taken my drugs after work and on weekends. Maybe I would have introduced Hangover to the set, but nothing more than a stuntman. ... I was playing this junkie-fagot guy, and for me, this role was like the ghost of the future of Christmas. The character was an exaggeration in me. Then things changed and in some ways, I exaggerated the character. It lasted much longer than it lasted.

—Robert Downey Jr.