Robert Pattinson is an English actor. Robert rose to fame when cast as Cedric Diggory in the 2005 film Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, the fourth movie in the Harry Potter series. After that prominent part, Pattinson secured the male lead role in the Twilight film series, playing the vampire Edward Cullen throughout all five films. The box office success of Twilight secured Robert as a bankable male lead, but in the 2010s he chose to find more work playing in independent movies like Cosmopolis (2013), Maps to the Stars (2014), High Life (2018) and The Lighthouse (2019). In 2019 Pattinson was cast as Bruce Wayne/Batman in The Batman, set for release in 2021.
Born on May 13, 1986 in London, England, his zodiac sign is Taurus. His middle names are Douglas Thomas.
There is nothing conclusive published about Robert’s personal religious beliefs. Since he hails from London, there’s a strong chance that Robert’s parents were raised Christian as nearly half of the city’s population identifies with that religion.
“I definitely want to record an album, direct a film and start my own religion,” Robert said in a 2010 interview. “Well, I definitely wouldn’t have to pay taxes anymore.” (1)
As with his spiritual beliefs, Robert hasn’t mentioned to the press what his thoughts are about politics. He seems to keep his personal life — and his thoughts on his own personal beliefs — out of the papers.
However that doesn’t stop political figures to talk about Robert’s life. Look at this tweet from Donald Trump about Pattinson’s very public break-up and reconcilation with his then girlfriend Kristen Stewart.
Lots of response to my Pattinson/Kristen Stewart reunion. She will cheat again–100 certain–am I ever wrong?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 18, 2012