The Tragedies That Shaped Mark Ruffalo

The Tragedies That Shaped Mark Ruffalo

Mark Ruffalo, who is best known for his role as Bruce Banner (the Hulk) in the Marvel franchise, is an actor, producer, and philanthropist. Prior to being cast in the Avengers, Ruffalo was seen in 13 Going on 30, Shutter Island, Zodiac, and Spotlight. Ruffalo's acting skills have gained him much recognition and many accolades over the years. Most recently, he received the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie for his role in I Know This Much is True, a TV drama miniseries in which he portrays the roles of Dominick and Thomas Birdsey.

Mark Ruffalo is also a social activist and environmentalist. The actor won The Humanitarian Award in 2014 at the BAFTA Los Angeles Britannia Awards for his support of green campaigns. Many believe it is Ruffalo's difficult past that has made him sympathetic to many causes. The renewable energy advocate has had a rough time dealing with depression from an early age, alongside several other setbacks, such as the loss of loved ones and many health issues. While many suffer from hardships, it's commendable of Ruffalo to use those experiences as a source of inspiration to do good for others now that he has the resources.

The Tragedies That Shaped Mark Ruffalo
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