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Robert Downey Biography

From All Movie Guide: Hailed by numerous pundits as a standout amongst the most splendid and adaptable on-screen characters of his era, Robert Downey Jr. chalked up an impressive onscreen reputation that immediately dispatched the youthful artist into the stratosphere. Despite the fact that, for a period, Downey’s stormy offscreen life and individual issues debilitated to test his open picture, he immediately skiped back and defeated these setbacks, with a proceeded with exhibit of amazing parts on the of all shapes and sizes screens that never yielded his group of onlookers offer or amicability.

The child of underground movie producer Robert Downey, Downey Jr. was conceived in New York City on April 4, 1965. He showed up at five years old, as a puppy in his dad’s film Pound (1970). Somewhere around 1972 and 1990, he showed up in five a greater amount of his dad’s movies. The on-screen character’s first noteworthy part, in 1983’s Baby, It’s You, generally wound up on the cutting-room floor; it wasn’t until after two years that he started landing more considerable parts, first as an one-season cast part on Saturday Night Live and afterward in the satire Weird Science. In 1987, he landed plum parts in two movies that profited by the Brat Pack sensation, James Toback’s The Pick-Up Artist, (inverse Molly Ringwald), and Less Than Zero, for which he won praise playing cocaine fiend Julian Wells.

Through it all, Downey developed an advantageous intuition for part (and script) determination. His turns in Emile Ardolino’s tasteful resurrection dream Chances Are (1989), Michael Hoffman’s Soapdish (1992), Robert Altman’s Short Cuts (as the Iago-like Hollywood cosmetics craftsman Bill Bush), and Richard Loncraine’s Richard III (1995) wowed viewers around the globe, and regularly, on those uncommon events when Downey did pick substandard material, for example, the lead in Richard Attenborough’s profoundly imperfect Chaplin (1992), or an Australian media parasite in Oliver Stone’s Natural Born Killers (1994), his execution reclaimed it. Truth be told, faultfinders regarded Downey’s depiction as one of the main advantageous components in the Chaplin biopic, and it earned the artist a Best Actor Oscar designation, and Golden Globe and British Academy Award noms.

Around this time, Downey’s own life got ugly. In June 1996, the LAPD captured the on-screen character (who had effectively invested energy in three restoration offices somewhere around 1987 and 1996) on numbers including medication utilization, driving impaired, ownership of a covered weapon, and ownership of unlawful substances, an advancement which struck numerous as humorous, given his star-production execution years former in under Zero. A month after this capture, police discovered Downey Jr. oblivious on a neighbor’s grass, affected by a controlled substance, and powers again detained him, taking him – this time – to a recovery focus. A third capture soon took after, as did another spell in recovery. His stay in recovery didn’t keep going long, as he exited, along these lines abusing the states of his safeguard. More captures and entanglements took after – actually, the performer must be discharged from recovery to make James Toback’s Two Girls and a Guy – yet regardless he handled a couple screen appearances and won commendation for his work in Mike Figgis’ One Night Stand (1997) and Altman’s something else baffling Gingerbread Man (1998). What’s more, he featured in one of his dad’s movies, the unique Hugo Pool (1997). In 1999, he had three movies out in theaters: Friends and Lovers, Bowfinger, and In Dreams. He conveyed an especially chilling execution in the last, as longhaired psychopathic tyke killer Vivian Thompson, that apparently positioned with his finest work. Yet, Downey’s issues got up to speed with him again that same year, when he was re-captured and sentenced to 12 months in a state prison.

These muddlings prompted the on-screen character’s expulsion from the cast of the late spring 2001 Julia Roberts/Billy Crystal satire America’s Sweethearts and his expulsion from a stage generation of long-lasting companion Mel Gibson’s {+Hamlet}, despite the fact that a significantly hyper execution in Curtis Hanson’s Wonder Boys made it to the screen in 2000. Downey’s choice – after discharge – to seek after TV work, with a repeating part on Ally McBeal, denoted a brief rebound (he won a 2001 Best TV Series Supporting Actor Golden Globe for the execution). In any case, arrangement maker David E. Kelley and the show’s different makers sacked Downey forever when two extra captures took after. Amid this period, Downey additionally purportedly dated arrangement star Calista Flockhart.

In 2002, a Riverside, CA, judge rejected all ends up being tallied against Downey. In time, the previous fanatic directed other big name addicts and got to be something of a representative for restoration. He featured as a mind flight inclined author in The Singing Detective in 2003, keeping in mind the film didn’t make standard progress, faultfinders lauded Downey for his elucidation of the part, nearby Oscar victors Adrien Brody and Mel Gibson. The same could be said for Gothika (2003), the mental thriller that put him inverse Hollywood heavyweight Halle Berry. In 2004, Downey showed up in Steven Soderbergh’s segment of the film Eros.

Downey made progress all through 2005 with appearances in George Clooney’s basically praised Good Night, and Good Luck – as one of Ed Murrow’s subordinates – and he combined up with Val Kilmer in Shane Black’s directorial introduction Kiss, Bang. He kept adjusting more standard passage, for example, Disney’s Shaggy Dog redo, with testing movies, for example, Richard Linklater’s rotoscoped adjustment A Scanner Darkly. That same year, Downey wrapped generation on Hanson’s Lucky You, the narrative of a card shark (Eric Bana) who goes head to head against his dad (Robert Duvall) at the incredible World Series of Poker, while at the same time endeavoring to charm a delightful artist (Drew Barrymore).

Downey kept on showwing his adaptability by joining the throws of Zodiac, David Fincher’s exceptionally touted film about the Zodiac Killer, and the Diane Arbus biopic Fur, with Nicole Kidman. A supporting part in Jon Poll’s 2007 directorial presentation Charlie Bartlett took after. The greatest was yet to come, nonetheless, as 2007 discovered Downey tackling the parts that would make him a significantly greater star than he’d been in his childhood, as he tackled the main part of wry elite rich person and low maintenance super saint Tony Stark in the wide screen adjustment of the comic book Iron Man, and additionally gaudy on-screen character Kirk Lazarus in the drama Tropic Thunder. Both movies ended up being blockbuster triumphs in the cinema world, as well as breakaway hits with faultfinders too, and notwithstanding significant recognition, the performer additionally left 2008 with an Oscar assignment for his execution in Tropic Thunder.

After Iron Man debuted, Marvel studios chose to push ahead with a film domain, and Downey’s Tony Stark turned into the grapple of the arrangement, featuring in his own particular Iron Man set of three and showing up in numerous different movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe like the Avengers (2012) and its spin-off Avengers: Age of Ultron (2014). Downey still discovered time to show up in side undertakings, similar to The Judge (2014), which he additionally delivered. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi

Robert Downey Profile

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Birth Name :

Robert John Downey Jr.

Birth Date :

April 04, 1965

Birth Place :

New York, New York, USA

Robert Downey Body size/Measurements

Age in 2014: 49 (4 April 1965)

Height in Meters: 1.74m

Height in Centimeters: 174cm

Height in Feet: 5 Feet 8 1/2 Inches

Weight in Kilograms:  78kg

Weight in Pounds: 172lbs

Chest in Inches: 45 Inches

Waist in Inches: 35 Inches

Biceps in Inches: 15 Inches

Eye Color: Dark Brown

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