by Vera H-C Chan
The first role that Brad Pitt won an award for, he hated.
Maybe hate is a strong word, but Pitt describes his experience as the brooding, self-loathing Louis de Pointe du Lac in the 1994 film “Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles,” as “miserable.” In a nicely self-deprecating cover story for the September 23 Entertainment Weekly issue, the actor recalls his “six months in the (expletive) dark” wearing contact lenses, makeup, and playing second fiddle to star Tom Cruise both onscreen and off. (Cruise played the vampire Lestat.) “I’m telling you, one day it broke me,”
Quoted from The misery of Brad Pitt on Yahoo! Buzz Log