PST 12/29/2020 1:21 PM
The Oscar-winning actor said to those who drink and/or abuse drugs: “Today is the tomorrow you were very worried about yesterday.”
Anthony Hopkins celebrated 45 years of sobriety on Tuesday, sending a message of hope to those who drink and/or abuse drugs, especially his young fans.
The Oscar-winning actor posted a one-minute video message on Twitter in which he provided insight and thoughtfulness.
After acknowledging how difficult 2020 is for so many people, the film star said: “Forty-five years ago today, I received a wake-up call. I was heading for disaster and drank myself to death,”
Hopkins said that he has “days off” and sometimes “skeptical”, but emphasizes those who strive to be strong.
Hopkins said: “Today is tomorrow, and you were very worried yesterday.” “You young people, just stay there. Don’t give up, just keep fighting, be bold, and powerful forces will help you.
of Westwood The actor turned 83 on Thursday. He closed when he wished everyone a Happy New Year and said he was optimistic that 2021 would be better.