Top Stories

Heath Ledger Covers Vanity Fair

Heath Ledger Covers Vanity Fair

Heath Ledger‘s final days are chronicled in Peter Biskind’s cover story, “The Last of Heath,” in the August 2009 issue of Vanity Fair, on NY/LA stands July 1 and nationally July 7.

“[Heath] was ready to bust out of the gate, but he didn’t want to step on the gas and become something that he didn’t want to become: a matinee idol,” Heath’s friend and agent, Steven Alexander, told Vanity Fair. “He was a private person, and he didn’t want to share his personal history with the press. It just wasn’t up for sale. That’s part of the reason he initially tore down his career. He wasn’t motivated by money or stardom, but by the respect of his peers, and for people to walk out of a movie theater after they’d seen something that he’d worked on and say, ‘Wow, he really disappeared into that character.’ He was striving to become an ‘illusionist,’ as he called it, able to create characters that weren’t there.”

Check out the full article at VanityFair.com.

Like Just Jared on Facebook

JJ Links Around The Web

Getty
  • Kelly Clarkson pretends that From Justin To Kelly doesn't exist- US Weekly
  • Lupita Nyong'o's stolen dress returned back to hotel- TMZ
  • Watch Will Smith take a massive selfie with fans- Gossip Cop
  • Debby Ryan reacts to her Kid's Choice Awards nomination- Just Jared Jr
  • Inside Rosie O'Donnell's marriage before it ended- Radar
  • Why there's so much incest in Maps To The Stars - Huffington Post
  • Loving what Gwyneth Paltrow instagrammed last night- Lainey Gossip
  • Big changes could be happening at Sony- The Hollywood Reporter
A Member of Townsquare Entertainment News | Advertise here