Release of his first album, "The Futurist," by Sony Classical/SBMG Records (SK 92654), and consisting of eight pop ballads written and performed by Downey, and two cover songs, "Smile," written by Charles Chaplin
, who was portrayed by Downey in the 1992 biographical film, Chaplin
(1992), and "Your Move / Give Peace A Chance" ...
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Bob Downey | Robert Downey | Robert Downey Jr
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As soon as I started smoking heroin instead of smoking coke, everything was different, and I knew it was. And it happened around the time I was doing Home for the Holidays
(1995). Home for the Holidays is, for me, one of the most relaxed performances in the history of cinema. I can't attribute that to the fact that I was at a serene place in my life, or that there was a real warm feeling on the ...
After Downey's three violations of probation for drug and alcohol abuse in a three-year span of time since he was spared a prison sentence and placed on probation, Malibu Judge Lawrence Mira stated that he was out of options. He was sentencing Downey to prison, he said, to save his life, because he would not take the responsibility of refraining from alcohol and drug use on his own. The Judge ...
Frequently plays egotistical but likable scoundrels