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Celebrities always went above and beyond to maintain their personas during prominent film and television roles.

assuming a persona. Method acting is a popular technique used by many well-known Hollywood actors to better get into character and present realistic portrayals on screen.

Nicole Kidman was getting ready to portray the commanding Masha in Hulu’s

“I desired a constant flow of a very serene, healing energy. So I remember going over to people and kind of holding their hand or putting my hand on their heart,” she said at the time, speaking on a panel for the Television Critics Association. “They would address me or call me by my name Nicole, and I would ignore them completely. I would only reply to Masha.

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When Masha returned home, he liked it, Kidman said to

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LaBeouf added that in order to better embody the character, he pulled out his own tooth, “knifed” his face up, spent several days “watching horses die,” and skipped taking a shower for four months.

Other actors employ a variety of techniques to maintain their personas between takes.

In a YouTube video from August 2017, the British actress said, “I cannot do what Kevin McKidd does and he spends the day switching between accents.” If I did that, Jo Wilson would probably sound very British, so I maintain this accent even when I’m not acting in character because it’s simpler for me to sound American all day.

Learn which actors used method acting for their well-known roles by scrolling down:

Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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