The man of the hour! It’s amazing how just one photograph can sum up this years’ most charming movie stars. The British actor Robert Pattinson had been around for a while but didn’t really get popular until he appeared in the Twilight Saga. Now that he’s the poster boy for the age of digital nomads, it would be a shame to not bring him in person. The charming funny guy will be in Manila this coming March for the premiere of his new movie. But until then, let’s take a look at how he made it to the top as a fashion icon and not just because he looks like George Clooney. Read on for more!

Early Life And Career

While some people were born to be rich and famous, Robert Pattinson’s parents were academics. His father is Scottish and his mother is English. He has an older brother named Adam who is three years his senior. He attended Edinburgh’s George Heriot’s School before going on to study English literature at the University of Oxford. He later trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School where he learned improvisation and acting. Upon graduation in 2007 he got his start in the industry appearing in minor roles in British TV shows before landing a lead role in BBC’s six-part series “The Rover.”

The Rise To Stardom

Pattinson was arguably best known for his role as Lenny Boyle in the 2009 supernatural teen drama series “The Innocents.” But his career really took off when he was chosen to portray vampire Edward Cullen in the Twilight Saga. While the Twilight Saga was not the first YA fantasy series to be turned into a movie, it did have the distinction of being the highest-grossing film series based on a book. Due to his work in the film, Pattinson was able to showcase his unique blend of comedy and pathos, which resulted in him landing some key supporting roles in big-budget Hollywood productions. This included playing the young Harry Potter in the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them trailer. The trailer was such a big hit that it actually broke the internet. Since then, Pattinson has appeared in the big-budget films The Great Gatsby, Divergent, and The Lost City. He’s also lent his voice to a few video games including Hearthstone and World of Warcraft. In 2017 he will appear as the main character in the fantasy movie Valerian: The City of Eternal Night.

Becoming The Poster Boy For Digital Nomads

It’s been a wild ride since the start of the year and not just because of the pandemic. But due to the way the world is changing, people are now working remotely, which has resulted in a change of pace for celebrities. While some are embracing it and enjoying the opportunity to focus on creative projects, others are struggling with the fact that they aren’t in front of a camera every day. Even movie stars have to train their eyes not to wander too much while on set and instead stay focused.

This is where the digital nomad lifestyle comes in. Thanks to the internet and the rise of video-sharing platforms such as YouTube, it’s much easier for celebrities to keep their fans entertained. When a celebrity decides to take the plunge and become a digital nomad, they don’t need to relocate to a new country to do so. They can simply pick up a camera and head to a different part of the world for their vacations. It’s a lifestyle choice that suits people who want to keep their daily schedules flexible and don’t want to get tied down to a typical 9-5 job. It also works for those who want to maintain some privacy while still being able to pursue their dreams.

The world is a smaller place these days, which means there’s more opportunity for everyone. Even George Clooney, who is undoubtedly one of the most recognizable faces in the world, couldn’t escape the pandemic. Aside from filming a few documentaries from home, he mostly stayed in his basement, playing video games and working on his memoirs. It’s amazing what the internet can do for connecting people who want to work together towards a common goal. As much as we might want to escape the world at large for our own little bubbles, it’s important to remain cognizant of what’s happening in the world outside.