He's the hunk who shot to stardom after playing the brooding vampire Edward Cullen in the Twilight saga.

But Robert Pattinson, 31, has revealed that he almost gave up his glamorous Hollywood lifestyle to live in a van.
Speaking to Esquire UK magazine, the handsome star revealed: 'I was 100 per cent going to live in a van, but not just any van - a stealth van!'
A stealth van - a general white van which is a home in disguise - was almost too tempting for the heartthrob to resist, but he eventually had to give up the dream because of insurance issues.
He added: 'Once you build a toilet and shower yourself, you can't get it insured and blah, blah, blah.'
Adding to his plan of lying low to live in a vehicle, Robert divulged: '[Stealth vans are] a special niche, not like living in a trailer.
'Stealth vans look like a normal Transit van, so you can park on the street, put signs on saying you're a plumber or whatever and no one would notice.'
You can just leave in the middle of the night and, like, drive to Nebraska. I'd love that so much. And I was like, 'I'm still young, this is my chance..."'     
When he isn't shooting films, he prefers to ride around the renowned edgy area of East London on a pushbike and is 'basically a ghost'.
Robert is currently engaged to musician FKA Twigs, also revealed that he used to pretend he was from North Yorkshire.
He admitted that when he was younger, he used to convince people he was from a farm in Yorkshire.
The actor has long explored breaking boundaries, telling CBS Sunday Morning just weeks ago that he enjoys 'break the walls of the box around you'.
'It's just exciting to have a job where you're allowed to consistently break the walls of the box around you,' he told Michelle Miller.
'The only thing that being famous really helps in is getting financing for your movies,' he's maintained that these days 'the movies I do are weird and they don't make a lot of money a lot of the time.'
He's also shared with Michelle that 'I always think that at some point karma is like: "Oh, that's all your luck run out, so a whole bunch of bad stuff's gonna happen!"'
Robert kick-started his career as Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire, followed by a five-film run co-leading the Twilight Saga opposite Kristen Stewart, before recently branching out into smaller Independent films.

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