Hollywood actor Robert Pattinson says he missed out on going to university to take on the role of student wizard Cedric Diggory in the 2005 movie Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. “It was so nice to be a part of it. That, more than anything, changed my life. It’s the reason I didn’t go to university. It went so far over schedule, I couldn’t go. It was supposed to be four months, but it ended up being 10 or 11. I’d turn up to set every day but not work for weeks at a time,” Pattinson told Time Out London magazine.
He added, “I was 17 and I was the only person who wasn’t in school. I’d just hang about.” Robert Pattinson is best known for portraying Edward Cullen in the Twilight films. He said he is grateful for the opportunity, but didn’t like people “waiting outside” his house all the time.
In Harry Potter, Robert played a young wizard and in Twilight saga he played a blood-sucking vampire, who falls in love with a new girl in school. During the initial days in his career, he was popular for playing the roles of supernatural creatures. He also gained fame for his performance in Remember Me, Water For Elephants, Cosmopolis and Lost City Of Z. In 2017, he starred in Damsel and Good Time. Robert’s upcoming film is High Life.
(With inputs from Agencies)