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In 2009, viewers saw the talented actor in a play by Michael Grandage, who told the story of artist Mark Rothko.
Eddie played the role of Mark’s assisting artist named Ken and was awarded the Laurence Olivier Awards for Best Actor in a Supporting Role.
Eddie, who spent most of last year on Broadway starring in the critically acclaimed play Red, was on the big screen recently starring alongside Kristen Stewart in The Yellow Handkerchief.
He also has a fun role opposite Michelle Williams in their upcoming Marilyn Monroe movie called My Week With Marilyn.
Further, this drama was also performed on the stage of Broadway.
Eddie took part in the American version too, which brought him the Tony Awards (theater equivalent of the Oscars).
Maybe they should call Jennifer Aniston and ask her for advice.
He even received a scholarship for outstanding musical merit.
Meantime, the future actor succeeded with the faculty headman’s duties and participated in fashion shows.
Which could be true, I guess, but there is nothing there to really support that claim. It’s very likely that Pattinson was, in fact, stuck filming in Ireland. Because Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart will always be Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. Her career is flourishing; she was the first American woman to ever win a César Award—and she deserved it! These young people, no longer so young, are living full, varied lives. A busy work schedule, a summer cold, a fear/distrust of Italians.
People back out of those kinds of things all the time. They can date other women, they can give interviews about their new lives, they can grow up and change and thrive, but they will always be stuck together, seared into our gossip cortex as one entity, forever circling each other, forever in a fraught pas de deux. There are so many things it could have been, and yet we’ll zero in on Kirsten Stewart’s presence at the same sprawling festival and tell ourselves that must be it.