Deborah Falconer

Submitted by on Sep 22, 2015

Born: April 4, 1965 New York, USA American actor, had won fame rowdy and recidivist. Robert Downey Jr. – owner of several “Golden Globes”, “Emmy”and two nominations for”Oscar”. Biography: Born in the family of independent director Robert Downey Sr.’s. The first acting job was a small role in the film of his father – the boy played … dog. In the next picture the father to the child in the frame cut the throat, another one – the same thing done to his mother, an actress. In addition, Downey Sr. was an avid player poker indulging passions, he often forgot about the existence of a son. According to Robert Downey Jr. his father was accustomed to the drug, giving him to smoke marijuana at the age of eight years. Elias), This father’s name Robert – Elias (Elias), Downey – is the name of his adoptive father. Elsie Ford) – Father Robert Irish and Jewish roots (born in Russia), and his mother, Elsie Ford (Elsie Ford) – German and Scottish. Acting career: In 1985, Robert Downey Jr. for one season joined the TV show “Saturday Night Live.”In the same year he first appeared on the big screen in the movie”Wall to wall”and”Oh, this science!”. Two years later he received his first major role in the”specialist in sёmu.” In 1987, Robert Downey Jr. for his role as a drug addict of high society in the movie”Less Than Zero”has earned rave reviews from critics. Actor bitterly admitted that everything in life is much worse than in the movies, because for many years he unsuccessfully fought the addiction. Sarah Jessica Parker). At this time, for seven years, Robert Downey Jr. met with Sarah Jessica Parker (Sarah Jessica Parker). They separated in 1991 because of his addiction to drugs. Deborah Falconer). In May 1992, after 42 days of dating, he married actress and singer Deborah Falconer (Deborah Falconer). Indio Falconer Downey). In September 1993, the couple had a son Indio Falconer Downey (Indio Falconer Downey). Robert and Deborah were divorced in 2004. In 1992, he screens out the film by Richard Attenborough”Chaplin.” For the role of the legendary comedian Robert received a nomination for”Oscar”in the category”Best Actor”. The award was well-deserved, because in this role, Robert Downey Jr. has put a lot of effort, he learned to play the violin and began playing tennis with his left hand, along with the trainer painstakingly worked on simulated characteristic gestures and facial expressions Chaplin. Imprisonment and drug problems: the success of”Chaplin”became an actor beginning of a very difficult period in my life. From 1996 to 2003, Robert Downey Jr. has been repeatedly arrested for carrying an unregistered weapon, drug possession, penetration into the private house (Robert drunk neighbors entered the house and went to sleep there on the bed). Even involuntary treatment does not prevent recurrence. In 1997, Robert Downey Jr. spent four months in prison in Los Angeles. In 1999, he was sentenced to three years in prison. About any shooting could not be out of the question to break the contract with Robert all the studios. After a year spent in prison, Robert Downey Jr. was released early. A week after the release, Robert had already begun to appear on television in the popular TV series”Ally McBeal,”where he played the main character of a new lover. This role earned him the”Golden Globe”and helped to return to the clip. However, the actor could not part with addictions. He continued to arrest and release on bail, and the show’s writers urgently copied the plot of the next episode to explain the absence of Robert in the show. Robert Downey Jr. said later in an interview that after the last arrest in April 2001, he decided that he could not live like this anymore,”I asked for help, and I helped. You can get help and not take advantage of it. In fact, not so hard to overcome these disgusting habits. The most difficult thing – it really correct to decide.” Mel Gibson), Return Downey Jr. in a great movie it took place in 2003 thanks to his friend Mel Gibson (Mel Gibson), oplativshe
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