Hugh Jackman

Like some actors, Hugh Jackman finds it hard to cry on the spot. However, he’s found Geoffrey Rush’s advice of inflicting pain on himself right before a scene quite helpful.

“I remembered a great story from Geoffrey Rush, who had to cry in a scene in a play, so he was experimenting with different ways. “Finally, near the end, just before he’d walk out on stage, he used to pluck out a couple of nose hairs and he’d get that first moment of a tear and then he’d go on and start crying. “It’s very technical and it works! Try it at home. Pubes work even better!”

Listen buddy, I pull out my pubes all the time and I don’t even flinch. In fact, I even have someone else do it with tweezers while I’m blindfolded. They also pee on me and ask me to refer to them only as mistress. My mom is so demanding. On an unrelated note, my therapist says I’m too open. What’s that supposed to mean?

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