Aussie actor sticks to his roots

Ryan Kwanten in a scene from the movie Not Suitable for Children.
Ryan Kwanten in a scene from the movie Not Suitable for Children. Contributed -

THERE have been so many Australian actors relocating to Hollywood over the past 10 years that there's probably a special window at Los Angeles airport's passport control for them.

Some go into movies, following the lead of Hugh Jackman and Naomi Watts, while others find success amid the US's bountiful television industry.

But what really divides them is their attitude to working in Australia: some come back and some don't.

Ryan Kwanten is among the former.

The one-time Home and Away star fetched up in Los Angeles in 2002 and struggled for several years, at one point sleeping in a motel storeroom for three months to make ends meet.


Read more at Brisbane Times

Topics:  hollywood movie

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