3 Lessons We Can Learn From Gary Oldman


Gary Leonard Oldman is an English director and actor from New Cross, London. Oldman is considered as one of the best actors of his generation. Among other awards, he has won an Academy Award, two Critics’ Choice Awards, three BAFTA Awards, a Golden Globe Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award. Gary Leonard Oldman birthday falls in the 21st of March, 1958. As said above, he was born in New Cross, London. Oldman is the son of and Kathleen Oldman and Leonard Bertram

Let’s take a look at three improtant lessons we can learn from him about acting and relationships:

1. Acting is Living Truthfully

Acting is living truthfully under fictional circumstances. An acting teacher told him that when he was young

2. There’s No Guidebook for Parenting

As per him, you walk a very fine line as a parent because you have to upbring these new humans. They will tip the coffee over or even do finger-painting on the furnitute. At some point, you may have to say, “We’re gonna have to clean that up because you don’t paint with coffee on a table.”

3. You Choose Your Friends By Their Character

You choose your friends by their nature and character. It is just like you choose your socks by their color.


Gary Oldman is undoubtedly one of the most successful English actors across the world today. Not only has he built a niche for himself in the field of cinema as one of the ‘most versatile’ actors. However, he has also made a cult following because of his extremely good looks and his versatility.

As of 2019, Gary Oldman’s net worth is around $50 Million dollars.


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