Jesse Lingard, 31, currently plays for Nottingham Forest in the English Premier League. He made his EPL debut, originally at Manchester United, before being loaned out to several teams.
Lingard, who is still in the prime of his age, is attracting attention by saying, “My dream is to become a movie star” through a recent podcast.
British journalist The Sun introduced Jesse Lingard as the latest footballer to say he wants to put down his football boots and jump into acting. .
Lingard drew attention by appearing on a podcast and revealing his plan. He hasn’t taken acting lessons yet, but he’s dreaming of becoming a movie star.
Lingard identified himself as a film lover. He also loves movies, he said. At the same time, Lingard said, “It would be a surprise for me to appear in a movie or series.” Since he is unclassed, it seems natural.
Perhaps that’s why Lingard said that if he were to become a movie star, he would start doing something like comedy first. He has his own schedule.
In fact, it’s no surprise that Lingard has expressed a desire to pursue a career as a movie star. This is because there are many cases in which soccer players have changed jobs as movie actors.
The most recent example is Zlatan Zlatan Ibrahimovic. AC Milan star Zlatan is busy promoting his debut film ‘Asterix & Obelex: The Middle Kingdom’.
Zlatan, who has not yet officially retired, shot the film last year. The film, which will be released across Europe next month, is an adaptation of the French classic, in which Zlatan plays the Roman centurion Onepus. 토토사이트
He shoots action scenes, such as flicking off his helmet with his foot and then delivering a devastating uppercut at the villain. He will retire at the end of this season.
David Beckham also appeared in films after his retirement. His first film was ‘The Man from UNCLE’ released in 2014. He appeared as a projectionist. Three years later he appeared in a starring role. In 2017, he starred in ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’.
Others include Vinnie Jones, who played the Juggernaut in 2006’s ‘X-Men: The Last Stand’ with Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart, and Manchester United legend Eric Cantona, who appeared in ‘Elisabeth’.
Brazilian legend Ronaldo also appeared in The Simpsons cartoon (?) and spoke English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Dutch.