He was nominated for an Academy Award for this role.
Overall, only one percent out of all the people in the world stutter.Stuttering can cause people to shy away from social interaction and this leads to feelings of loneliness and a sense of not wanting to get involved in any activities where they'll be required to speak.Sizemore, a Golden Globe-nominated film and television actor, has had supporting roles in several films.Harvey Keitel — Before becoming a famous actor, Keitel was a freelance court reporter in New York City.Michelle Williams — This singer, songwriter, record producer, and actress is probably best known for being part of the R&B group Destiny's Child. He donated funds to help build the audio and speech therapy wing at the Nanavati Hospital in Mumbai, India. He was named the third-greatest guitarist of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of all Time" by Rolling Stone magazine.
Marc Anthony — Pop singer who is a two-time Grammy and three-time Latin Grammy winner. Leon Botstein — He serves as the music director and principal conductor of the American Symphony Orchestra and the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra. John Lee Hooker — An influential American blues singer, guitarist, and songwriter.Oscar-nominated for his role in Runaway Train, he has also starred in many movies such as Star 80 and The Pope of Greenwich Village. His daughter, Emma, and sister, Julia Roberts, are actresses.Raymond Massey — He became famous for roles such as Abraham Lincoln in Abe Lincoln in Illinois. Because stuttering is one part of a package, and some girls don't care, stop noticing or the person who stutters has less dysfluency the more comfortable they are with someone.Here are some famous men ( and women) who stuttered/ stutter who I know got dates From the Stuttering Foubdation website: Actors, singers & entertainers — Actor James Earl Jones, a Broadway, television, and movie star, is well-known for his voice as Darth Vader in Star Wars and his book Voices and Silences. Jones is featured in the Stuttering Foundation's brochure.— This country music star and songwriter was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and received the lifetime achievement award in 2007. Tillis and his band, the Statesiders, released such hits as I Ain’t Never, Good Woman Blues, and I Believe in You.