British comic book Rowan Atkinson reveals that he doesn’t like Mr. Bean, how he finds it incredibly stressful and exhausting to play the role

British comic book Rowan Atkinson reveals that he doesn’t like Mr. Bean on how he finds it incredibly stressful and exhausting to play the role The character made Atkinson a global superstar after starring in 15 episodes over five years in the 1990s, Mr. Bean’s success made Atkinson synonymous with the weird, childlike man (who may be an alien) who overtook his previous creation Blackadder as his most successful role on the show spawned two films, 1997’s Bean and 2007’s Mr. Bean’s Holiday and a long-running animated series Atkinson’s most recent appearance as a character in live action was at the London Olympics in 2012

The popularity of Mr. Bean was almost entirely due to Atkinson’s mostly wordless performance, the comic worked out the physical gestures and facial expressions down to the smallest detail, put all of its own into its performance, and turned the show’s youthful humor into something that appealed to all viewers in most episodes the character got into all sorts of trouble, and even almost committed atrocities, while trying to navigate an everyday aspect of everyday life, such as going to church or getting something to eat, however, it turns out the actor is not a fan of the role p>

Speaking to Radio Times, Atkinson reveals that he prefers to speak to Mr. Bean plays him in live action and says that if he plays him, he can’t wait for it to be over.He says that not only does he feel a tremendous responsibility to the character, but that it’s incredibly stressful and exhausting, To play him, based on the exact physical nature of the role you can read his full comments on playing Mr. Bean below:

I find it easier to portray the character vocally than visually. I don’t like playing it very much. The weight of responsibility is not comfortable. I find it stressful and exhausting and I look forward to the end.

Atkinson’s thoughts on playing the character may surprise some, but fans of the show will surely appreciate that it has to be a challenging role to take on most episodes of Mr. Bean required Atkinson to get into a physical confrontation or spend most of his term pulling a ridiculous face, and it must be exhausting to inhabit his strange physicality while shooting.It is also not surprising that Atkinson is in the has seldom appeared as a live-action character over the past 20 years, given his age of 66

However, fans will be disappointed to hear Atkinson’s reluctance to use the character as a reboot or revival of Mr. Bean would have been popular, and the character is still a favorite and recently became something of a meme as fans started bouncing his face on serious movie posters, however, it sounds like he’s really been retired by Atkinson, and so fans who want to solve their problems have to watch the old episodes again

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