Ethan Hawke’s Most Painful Experience As an Actor Will Make You Want to Give Him a Hug

Ethan Hawke just received a lifetime achievement award. Which is nuts, because he’s only 45 years old. But it’s even more nuts when you hear how rocky his early career was. Hawke received a scathing New York Times review for his work in his Broadway debut, as Konstantin in Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull. According to Hawke, the reviewer noted that he should “spend less time at the Actor’s Studio and more time at the dermatologist.”

Ethan Hawke’s Most Painful Acting Experience