Robert Downey Jr Controversy: Robert Downey Jr., the actor who played Iron Man on the big screen and made him one of the best superheroes ever, doesn’t put up with any nonsense. Even though the actor is usually friendly, he stormed out of an interview during the British leg of the Avengers: Age of Ultron publicity tour. He said later that he didn’t feel bad about it.
During the film’s promotional tour, an interviewer asked RDJ about his controversial past. This may explain why the Marvel superhero had such a strong reaction. When the journalist asked him a question he didn’t like, the superhero who goes by the name Tony Stark left right away and later called the journalist a “bottom-feeding muckraker.” Read on to find out more.
During the British leg of the publicity tour for Avengers: Age of Ultron, things got awkward when Krishnan Guru-Murthy of Channel-4 asked Robert Downey Jr. about his controversial past. The interviewer had said, “I’m asking you about your past because you’ve talked in other interviews about your relationship with your father and how drugs, drinking, and other bad things played a role in your dark times.” I just wanted to know if you think you’re done with all of that or if it’s still bothering you…”
Robert Downey Early Life
Robert Downey Jr. was born in New York City on April 4, 1965. His father is the writer, actor, and director Robert Downey Sr. His mother is the actress Elsie Ann Downey, who starred in a number of her husband’s films. Allyson, Downey Jr.’s older sister, is his sibling. The household was located in Greenwich Village.
Downey Sr. was a drug user who enabled his six-year-old son to consume marijuana. In 1987, following his parents’ divorce, Downey went to California with his father. Rob Lowe, Emilio Estevez, Charlie Sheen, Holly Robinson-Peete, Ramon Estevez, Renee Estevez, and Dean Cain attended the same high school as Downey. In 1982, Downey quit high school and returned to New York City to pursue an acting career.