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Adam Driver Says His Face Hasn’t Harm His Profession: “I Look How Look, I Can’t Change That”

Weeks after giving a candid, headline-making response to criticism of Ferrari’s crash scenes, actor Adam Driver fielded questions from Chris Wallace on his CNN present about the truth that, in line with the journalist, “you don’t seem like the standard film star.”

He began this line of questioning by noting comparisons that had been made between Driver and actors together with Jack Nicholson and Al Pacino. “These are the actors that made me wish to be an actor, you understand, in order that’s a pleasant comparability,” Driver replied. However when requested whether or not he “accepts” the correlation, Driver replied, “Effectively, no,” earlier than noting {that a} publication as soon as “known as me a ‘horse face’ so I don’t—I take it with a grain of salt. I keep in mind studying one reviewer [who wrote] ‘his agent in all probability doesn’t know whether or not to place him in a film or the Kentucky Derby.’ So I take it, you understand, should you consider the great factor, then you need to consider the dangerous factor. So I attempt to not take up something.”

Then got here Wallace’s remark that Driver doesn’t current like most film stars, asking if that had been a “assist or a hindrance” to Driver’s profession. “I’ve labored constantly, which is good, with those that I’ve wished to at all times, dreamed that I wished to work with,” Driver replied. “So in that sense, it hasn’t—I look how I look, I can’t change that. So I assume it helped me.”

Questions like these date again to at the very least 2015, when Driver was requested by The Guardian: “You need to have been informed earlier than that you’ve a tremendous uncommon face? It’s a praise—not being the usual Hollywood McHunk has labored in your favor.” Driver gamely responded then by saying, “I’ve been informed earlier than that I’ve an uncommon face. However my face is my face. I had an entire life earlier than performing, over time. Plenty of issues have been mentioned about my face.”

Eight years later, Driver jokingly informed Wallace that his seems are “a hindrance in solely breaking mirrors wherever I’m going and and having a misshapen outsized physique that I can’t match by doorways, or most garments or match into most vehicles, including, “Other than that, it’s good.”

Wallace couldn’t resist one final beat on this subject. He introduced a photograph of Robert Redford earlier than Driver and requested if his career can be simpler if he appeared just like the Oscar winner. “It could simply be totally different,” Driver mentioned. “Who doesn’t wish to seem like Robert Redford? I’ve accepted that is how I look.”