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English actor, model and musician known for playing Edward Cullen in Twilight

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Robert Thomas Pattinson is an English actor, model and musician. He is best known for playing Edward Cullen in the film adaptation of Twilight, a novel by Stephenie Meyer, and for the role of Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

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 I tend not to read that stuff any more though because it can drive you mad. 
— Robert Pattinson on the pregnancy rumor / March 11, 2010
 Yeah, I enjoy it. I'm a man. It's part of the job. 
— Robert Pattinson on acting intimate scenes with Emilie De Ravin in the movie Remember Me / March 11, 2010
Related Quotes: Remember Me (Movie)
 It's always scarier, much more scary, for the girls I think. Emilie was just completely comfortable in herself and it makes you feel so much better on the inside. It's great if the other person is completely comfortable with it. I'm always much more worried about the girl in these situations. 
— Robert Pattinson on acting intimate scenes with Emilie De Ravin in the movie Remember Me / March 11, 2010
 While we were filming, one of the security guys saw me getting more and more upset with the paparazzi guys. He just sort of came up and was like, ‘Imagine going out there and trying to hit one of them while, let's say, 40 cameras are clicking away.' That was enough to kind of calm my frustration. But, at the end of the day, you can't say, ‘I'm not doing it until these people go away.' You have to keep acting. So it was definitely way more intense than any of the Twilight films. 
— Robert Pattinson is learning on dealing with Paparazzi / March 10, 2010
 It ended up being like more of a circus than I thought it was going to be. At the beginning, it was terrible. Then, about halfway through, I just suddenly had an epiphany about it. I don't know what happened, but I know it's just fine. I guess it's just learning how to sort of block things out. It's like you've just got to be more disciplined about it. 
— Robert Pattinson is learning on dealing with Paparazzi / March 10, 2010

 I think you really cause yourself a lot of problems if you start fighting against it. There's nothing you can do. I mean, there's no mysticism to it. People recognize you and they want to talk to you, or want to see you. 
— Robert Pattinson on how he’s dealing with being an overnight success / March 10, 2010
 My trick is not to see them as a crowd. If you break down every crowd into individuals, then it's more manageable. It's just when you start seeing these huge masses of people screaming at you that you start going crazy. So I try to focus on a few faces and not the mass. 
— Robert Pattinson on how he’s dealing with being an overnight success / March 10, 2010
 I try and pick roles that will help me develop as a human being and I think I was going through a similar kind of experience as my character Tyler, which I guess you could call being rebellious, 
— Robert Pattinson uses films as therapy / March 10, 2010
 I thought just doing the film would actually help me to think about and discover things that would help me in my life. I was kind of using it as a therapy exercise. 
— Robert Pattinson uses films as therapy / March 10, 2010
 I keep talking about my dog all the time. It was an incredible dog, and I said in an interview recently he was the most important person in my life. My family went crazy with me for saying that. But, however ridiculous it may seem to some people, my relationship with my dog was a defining moment. Having the dog die was, literally, like the worst day of my life. It was like losing a family member. 
— Robert Pattinson is still grieving the death of his dog / March 10, 2010

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