Bloom Grateful For Childhood Dyslexia

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Actor ORLANDO BLOOM has credited his childhood dyslexia for making him strive for success.

The hunky Pirates of the Caribbean star, 30, struggled with schoolwork as a youth but excelled in the arts, and he admits his disability helped him to develop a strong sense of ambition.

He says, “Because of the dyslexia I always thought I had to work twice as hard as everyone else just to go the same distance. And I think that gave me a real kick as a kid and a lot of fight and a lot of drive later on, like when I broke my back.

“And now, whenever I prepare for a meeting I am always over prepared. So for the Lord Of The Rings audition, for example, I really prepared it thoroughly.
In one sense, I guess that I’m grateful; it gave me that drive, and so far it’s paid off.”

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  1. Alka Parwani wrote: Wow, I had no idea orlando had childhood dyslexia. He is quite a perserverer and that is incredible that he has read so many scripts while being disabled.