He’s been in a few movies that were okay, but nothing that you’d really call great. He’s been in two series. The first one was called Walking Dead, which was based on the comic of the same name. It wasn’t very good, but it was on Netflix, so it got a second chance.
Then there was a movie called Robber, which was also pretty bad. And then there was 2017’s Breaking News, which was very good, but it was mostly robbed of its magic by the fact that it was set in the present day. So, while he may have had some small roles in major films, he’s probably better known for being the heartthrob of Twilight, the vampire series that was a phenomenon back in 2007.
But now, with Walk of Fame and his upcoming film The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, he’s got his sights set on the big time. And who is he aiming to be? None other than Robert Pattinson, of course. While he may be best known for his work with Twilight, it turns out that he’s been working hard to prove to Hollywood that he’s more than just a pretty face. And how has he done it? By going the extra mile. By becoming a police officer. And his journey to become a real-life version of the Tin Man has been nothing short of fascinating.
The Boy Detective
If there’s one place you can be sure to find a police officer, it’s at the police station. And it seems that Robert Pattinson’s fascination with law enforcement started early on in his acting career. While still in school, he applied to be a member of the London police force, but was turned down. However, he kept the application and used it as inspiration for his next role. Instead of a cop or a lawyer, this time around he played a private investigator who worked for the police.
The film is called Cop Car, a 1990 heist movie that was directed by Richard Loncraine. It’s one of the earliest Hollywood films to focus on the subject of computer hacking, and it also features a young Keanu Reeves. As a private eye, Robert Pattinson investigates a gang of bank robbers who have stolen a safe full of diamonds. But instead of just handing the case over to the police, he decides to solve the crime himself. And it’s a decision that almost gets him killed. The film is now considered to be part of the action-adventure genre, and it’s one of Robert Pattinson’s earliest released films. It’s also one of the biggest mistakes he’s ever made. He’s already appeared in two movies with car-related titles, and it seems that Hollywood doesn’t agree with his taste in vehicles. He’s never acted in a movie since, which is a real shame since he was born to be on screen. He has a very unique and memorable face, and he’s proven time and time again that he has what it takes to be a leading man.
A Change Of Career
It was sometime in 2005 when Robert Pattinson first decided to change his career. At the time he was living in London, and he didn’t have much money. So, in an effort to save money, he looked for jobs that he could do from home. One of the ones he found was taking care of dogs. At the time, the British government was looking for volunteers to help take care of the increasing number of deserted and unwanted animals. And so, for a time, he looked after dogs for cash, walking them, feeding them, cleaning their ears and combing their fur. But after a while, he realized that this wasn’t for him. He found it too stressful, and it wasn’t rewarding. It was also causing him to lose focus at work, which didn’t bode well for those who’d hired him. He eventually quit and decided to look for another job.
When he told his parents about his decision to leave acting behind, his mom, Liz, became very upset. She was worried about the security of her son’s future. After all, he was still young, and with no formal education, he had no real prospects of becoming a successful actor. But his dad, Sandy, who’d also been his acting coach, was much more concerned about Robert’s mental health. He knew how much the pressure was wearing on his young son. So, he did his best to lower the expectations of both himself and Liz, reminding them that things happen for a reason, and that there was still time to turn things around. However, he wasn’t exactly being honest. Sandy knew that Robert had a real talent for acting and that with enough guidance, he had the potential to be one of the best. But, at the same time, he also knew how much pressure the boy was under, and how much it was taking out of him.
So, he decided to help. He knew that Robert needed a change of scene, and he also knew that being a police officer was the kind of change that could help him. It would give him a fresh start and a new environment. And besides, it’s not like he had anything else to do. Sandy was a retired police officer, and he’d always been interested in law enforcement. Back in the 1990s, he’d even dreamed of being a detective. But after a few attempts at becoming a police officer through the exam system, he found that there weren’t any open positions. So, in 2005, he decided to make a change. He got in touch with his old friend, Inspector Bob Stewart, and asked him if he had any contacts at Scotland Yard. Stewart had gotten to know several senior officers at Scotland Yard, and after explaining Sandy’s situation, he put in a call to see if they could help out. A few days later, Robert Pattinson was asked to go for a job interview at Scotland Yard. He didn’t know much about police work, but he decided to go for it anyway. He figured that it couldn’t hurt to interview with a famous British institution, and maybe, just maybe, this might be the opportunity that he was looking for.
The next day, he showed up for the interview and was instantly impressed with Scotland Yard’s rigorous selection process. He’d been expecting something along the lines of the C.I.A., or the Mossad, but the fact that the selection was more like an exam, with multiple choice and a time limit, made him realize that this was indeed a real test, and not just some formality. After all, you’re never really sure what could happen on any given day as a cop, and he knew that he could end up working for one of the most famous police forces in the world. As he left, he realized that this might be the break that he was looking for.
An Officer And A Gentleman
It was a few months later, in April 2006, that Robert Pattinson finally got the call to report for duty. He’d just turned 21, and as a condition of his employment, he had to attend a mandatory practical firearms training session before he could begin his formal police training. The session took place at Fort Benning in Georgia, and it was there that he met many of the other officers who would play an important part in his life as a cop. While he was in the Army, he also received specialized training in military law and criminal investigation, and learned how to interview witnesses and suspects, how to properly dress for duty, and how to drive a police vehicle. He also continued to build on his prior experience as a private detective, and he learned how to search for evidence, and how to properly secure a crime scene.
After he left the Army, he decided to make police work his full-time job. Before this, he’d been living in London, studying at the Actors’ Institute, and trying to find time to balance his studies with his career. But now, with a full-time job, he had plenty of free time on his hands. So, he decided to finally take the time to focus on his acting. In fact, he decided to try out for and get a role on the popular British television show, C.S.I.. And, when this didn’t work out, he decided to submit a few auditions anyway, just to see what would happen. Within a few weeks, he’d secured a role on the popular medical show, St. Elsewhere, as well as a role on the crime series, Collateral. This was all well and good, except that he was under the impression that these were recurring roles. But when he arrived for his first day of work on Collateral, he was informed that his part was rather minor, and wouldn’t even appear in the final cut of the show.